Star Trek bobble heads are on the way

Bif Bang Pow! will introduce a line of standard scale and miniature-sized Monitor Mate bobble heads based on the five live-action Star Trek series and TOS and TNG films.

“For close to 50 years, the characters of the Star Trek universe have taken us where no one has gone before, and now Bif Bang Pow! will be transporting all-new collectibles into homes and offices all over the world,” said Jason Lenzi, CEO of Bif Bang Pow!.¬† “We couldn’t be more excited for fans to seek out what we have planned for the final frontier!”

  • ¬†Raise shields and arm the photon torpedos!
  • Resistance is futile, you will be assimilated!
  • Add the Borg Cube to the top of your computer monitor!
  • This mini bobble head’s base features the Star Trek: The Next Generation logo. Imagine this awesome borg cube looming over your desk, threatening all with assimilation! The cube measures about 2-inches on each side, stands about 3-inches tall including its base, and adheres to your monitor with a non-damaging adhesive pad. This finely detailed mini bobble head features a patchwork of tubes and conduits on all sides in black, silver, and green, and is made of resin. Collect your own piece of the Collective! Ages 14 and up. The Borg are the most fearsome foe faced by the heroes of Star Trek, from their first appearance in the second season of Star Trek: The Next Generation, through numerous episodes of Voyager, Deep Space Nine and Enterprise, to their starring role in Star Trek: First Contact. Their goal is to assimilate all intelligent life into the hive mind known as the Borg Collective. They travel throughout the galaxy in thousands of Borg Cubes, and succeed in temporarily assimilating Captain Picard as the borg named Locutus, while Captain Janeway rescues Seven of Nine from their clutches.

All of the Star Trek bobble heads from Bif Bang Pow! will be available from Entertainment Earth

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Marc Stamper

Author: Marc Stamper

Trek geek extrordinaire and the TrekMate tech wizard. Always liked Trek but when TNG started here in the UK I fell in love and have not looked back since. Podcaster since January 2012

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