After a week full of new Star Trek DVD release announcements, we’ve now got a look at some of the next wave of Trek packaging artwork for some of these upcoming releases.
First up, on the heels of the Star Trek: Enterprise DVD re-release, CBS has now listed the first North American full-series Blu-ray box set of the show, set for debut in February in this flashy new design:
The region-free UK edition, available to purchase in the USA for over two years, is still available and priced under $60 – almost half the cost of this new box set edition – and will contain all the same discs and video content as the 2017 box. While this new art may look great, we recommend giving your budget a break and going for the UK box.
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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine hits store shelves once more this February, and we’ve also now got our first look at the upcoming DVD box art for both the single-season and full-series collections.
The new sets will arrive in traditional DVD clamshell cases, while the seven-season box will mirror the Next Generation DVD box from earlier this summer: two Epik Pak jumbo sets and a third case for the final season.
We may have some quibbles with the case artwork – an odd mishmash of Season One photos used throughout the season sets, and no sign of Julian Bashir on the (still-in-progress?) Epik Pak cases – but there’s no denying that the full-series box design is just gorgeous.
A vision of the station seen through one of the Bajoran Orbs makes this new release something we just need on our shelves.
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December’s Star Trek: The Roddenberry Vault Blu-ray set is set to arrive in about a week and a half in North America, but fans in Germany have already begun to receive their preorders – including the Amazon.de-exclusive Roddenberry Vault Steelbook edition.
We’ll have our review of the new set soon enough – in the meantime, you can check out our interview with Vault producer Roger Lay on this new release!
Thanks to Roman for providing TrekCore these photos!
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Finally, a new Jaylah-themed Star Trek Beyond Steelbook is new available in Germany – exclusively to Media Markt – featuring a rendition of Sofia Boutella’s unique character poster on the cover (and lenticular magnet), along with that lovely captains’-chair poster artwork on the interior.
Photos via the HiDefNinja.com forums.
Which of these new designs is your favorite? Sound off in the comments below!