It's Halloween, my favorite holiday, so to wish all friends and followers a joyous holiday season, I'm re-releasing the Universal Monsters I did in 2009. I've also added a new model to the set - The Phantom of the Opera! The model is patterned after Lon Chaney's classic performance, and includes removable mask and cape and much more!
You knew it was going to be a great episode if Chekov was at the helm, if only to hear Walter Koenig's crispy Cyrillic commentary, accompanied by his eyebrow wagging gesticulations. Obviously cast as a sort of "Cosmonaut Davey Jones," to attract the teeny-bopper viewers, Koenig managed to turn what was originally a rather thinly-written character into a genuine sci-fi icon.
This week the ever-eager Ensign is on the bridge. Beam him up HERE.
Every drive a muscle car? Ever imagine that muscle car was actually a massive, heavily-armed, galaxy-hopping interplanetary starship? You could cut some SERIOUS doughnuts with that sucker, brother! Well, there was one guy in the Star Trek universe who got to get up and go to work doing just that!Lucky dog!
The indefatigable Helmsman Hikaro Sulu beams aboard this week. Download him HERE. Enjoy!
Now stationed on the bridge, that comely communications officer, Lt. Nyota Uhura, as played by the inimitable Nichelle Nichols. She comes complete with digital clipboard and the trademark golden earplug!
Also, the Spock, Bones, and Scottymodels have been updated to correct a color problem with their insignias. You will want to download them again for accuracy. Thanks to follower Nicholas for pointing out my goof. Enjoy!
Was this guy the coolest mechanic ever?! Smooth talking, hard-drinking, and he always delivered on time! Be the first kid on your block to get this keen paper action figure version, complete with sonic wrench accessory!