We are back for another episode of Trekback Tuesday! Keeping up with our theme from last week, we continue looking at the Eaglemoss XL Edition starships. In this episode, it’s the ship that was lost in space, the U.S.S. Voyager!
On this episode of Trekback Tuesday, we enter the world of Art Asylum and their amazing line of Star Trek figures, starting with Worf from ST:TNG. This is a big culture shock from the Playmates toys, and a welcome change of pace. This figure may be one of our favorites to review so far, and certainly one of the best figures we have looked at. Check out the video to see why we are raving so much about it!
On this episode of Trekback Tuesday, we take a look at a peculiar crew member of the Enterprise-D, Reginald Barclay! How does this figure hold up, and how do his broccoli-green accessories fare (hint: not so well)? Find out in this video review.
In this episode of Trekback Tuesday, we revisit DS9 and look at an employee of Quark’s bar and wife of his brother Rom, Leeta the Dabo Girl from Playmates Warp Factor series 2. How does this action figure hold up 20 years later? Watch the video to find out!
On this episode of “Trekback Tuesday,” we return to DS9 to look at Jadzia Dax’s action figure by Playmates from her appearance in the episode “Blood Oath.” How does this figure hold up after 20 years? Watch the video to find out!
From the famous DS9 episode “Trials & Tribbleations” , this episode of Trekback Tuesday looks at Dr. Bashir as he appeared in that great episode… only in action figure form!
Then, it was Darmok and Jilad at Tenagra. Today, Matthew and Andrea, reviewing toys in their studio.
On this episode of Trekback Tuesday, we look at Captain Dathon from the fan-favorite Star Trek: The Next Generation episode “Darmok.” Is the figure as good as the episode? Find out in this video.
Welcome to another Trekback Tuesday! On this episode, we look at a figure from a classic DS9 episode, “Trials & Tribble-ations” and check out one of the figures from a wave of mid-90’s Playmates figures that covered this fan-favorite episode.
Captain Sisko is decked out in his retro garb from the episode, and we review the figure in-depth, as well as enter a contest that ended 20 years ago! If you want to see what the heck we are talking about, watch the video above!
The scourge of Cardassia, the sorrow of Bajor, and the next figure we are looking at as part of Trekback Tuesday – meet Gul Dukat.
From the first wave of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine action figures by Playmates, Dukat is arguably the most evil character in all of Trekdom. Does his action figure hold up to his evilness, or is it just plain bad? Watch the video to find out.