Hero Collector Unveils New Build The Enterprise-D From Star Trek: The Next Generation

Hero Collector Unveils New Build The Enterprise-D From Star Trek: The Next Generation

Bring An Iconic Sci-Fi Ship Home

Hero Collector – designers, manufacturers, and publishers of high-quality collectibles from across the worlds of pop culture – are ready to launch Star Trek fans on a new voyage with the Build the U.S.S. Enterprise-D subscription program …

This impressive starship measures over two feet long (once complete), and parts will be released in monthly instalments which include our trademark magazines featuring instructions on how-to-build, along with behind-the-scenes stories and features.

Pre-orders are being taken now – with the programme due to launch in February 2021

Whether you’re a collector, model-maker, hobbyist, or simply a Star Trek fan, you’ll soon be able to construct your own Enterprise-D right at home. Subscribers will receive regular deliveries of parts and simple instructions, but there’s no need for glue or paint (or a degree in starship engineering) – every component of this easy-to-build starship model comes pre-painted, and will simply click or screw together to form your own Enterprise-D, ready to be displayed on its model stand.

At over two feet long, the complete model is an exacting replica of the iconic starship from Star Trek: The Next Generation. The legendary Dan Curry, VFX producer on The Next Generation, as well as Deep Space Nine, Voyager, and Enterprise, says that this “beautiful model” was “such good quality that we could have used it for some of the shots we created for The Next Generation. Nowadays visual effects are mostly done with CG. This reminds me of the incredible models we used to work with for traditional effects, which were built by master craftsmen.”

Based on a careful study of the different studio models used in filming, the model replicates every last detail of the U.S.S. Enterprise-D, from its phaser strips and RCS thrusters to the Captain’s yacht, including:

  • Expert color-matching to the starship’s on-screen appearance
  • Decals to capture the tiniest details of each component
  • Saucer and stardrive sections that can be cleanly separated for display, just as seen on screen
  • Working internal lights that match the original studio model, illuminating the ship’s windows, engines, navigation lights, and main deflector
  • Separate power sources for the stardrive and saucer sections, to keep both lit

Every issue in this subscription comes with simple instructions, labelled and colour-coded for ease of assembly – and is also packed with extra features for Star Trek fans. With each delivery, you’ll build a collector’s guide of behind the scenes information, insightful interviews, and astounding art from the people who made TNG, starting with how Andy Probert designed the Enterprise-D itself.

To register your interest in the US, UK and Europe, and to find more details, photos, and videos of this amazing model, visit: build-model-enterprise.com

ABOUT HERO COLLECTOR

Hero Collector is one of the world’s leading producers of figurines and fantasy die-cast vehicles, as the Eaglemoss imprint for genre collectables. It makes products based on many of the world’s most popular entertainment brands, including Marvel and DC comics and movies, Star Trek, Doctor Who, Ghostbusters, Rick and Morty, Battlestar Galactica, Alien, Predator, Back to the Future, WWE, Harry Potter’s Wizarding World, and James Bond.  For more information, visit www.herocollector.com and www.shop.eaglemoss.com.

ABOUT CBS STUDIOS

CBS Studios is one of the industry’s leading suppliers of programming with more than 70 series currently in production across broadcast and cable networks, streaming services and other emerging platforms. The Studio’s expansive portfolio spans a diverse slate of commercially successful and critically acclaimed scripted programming, genre-defining franchises including the ever-growing “Star Trek” universe, award-winning late night and daytime talk shows, and an extensive library of iconic intellectual property.

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