The new Star Trek: Voyager DVD box set hits stores on Tuesday – you can order the collection from Amazon now – and believe it or not, this is the first reissue of the UPN-based Trek series in North America since the original 2004 release.

Today we’ve got the first hands-on photos of the new collection!

Like the reissues of both The Next Generation and Deep Space Nine before it, this new space-saving box set contains all seven seasons in three DVD cases, with two three-year Epik Pak cases and the final season of the show in a traditional seven-disc pack.

The cover art for each case heavily features Kate Mulgrew’s Captain Janeway, with different hairstyles to represent the passing years included within each case. The artwork is unusually darkened and moody, a sharp contrast to the explosive colors found on last month’s DS9 DVD box set.

In addition, there’s a surprising usage of this odd Voyager cast photo on the back of the Season 7 case, which hides Ethan Phillips (Neelix) and Roxann Dawson (Torres) behind the rest of the crew – there wasn’t another group shot that was usable on this box set?

Inside each case, the plain-faced gray discs bear out each grouping of episode titles, while the case interior gives an overview of each season.

As with the other DVD re-releases, the discs themselves are identical to the original 2004 DVDs released in North America – save for the lack of disc art found on those first sets – right down to the on-screen menus.

Like those first-run sets, all of the special features are carried over to this new box (and the available individual season collections also available Tuesday), however the Best Buy-exclusive bonus discs continue to remain lost to collectors of the past – or to those willing to pay out the nose for them on eBay.

All the standard bonus features carry over from the original DVDs.
The 2004 Best Buy bonus discs, not carried over to the new box set.

Despite the exclusion of the Best Buy content, this new North American DVD box set is the most affordable way ever to bring the entire Voyager saga home for fans in the USA and Canada – for a sale price of under $100 USD, this entire collection is near or below single-season DVD prices that the original 2004 sets sold for individually.

And while the series is, of course, available through a multitude of streaming platforms, the DVDs are the highest-quality presentation of the spin-off series available in the marketplace, since the outlook for a future high-definition remastering is, at this time, questionable at best.

So if you’ve been holding off for all these years on buying Star Trek: Voyager – or if your old, brittle plastic season sets have begun to crack and splinter – now’s the best time to take a new trip to the Delta Quadrant with the intrepid Voyager crew.

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  • Locutus OfBorg

    No subtitles in Spanish, very very clever cbs (ironic activated mode), I am from Argentina and for this I will not buy them. The same happens with DS9 and ENT

    • Locutus

      Hello Locutus! How can that be? In this day and age, that is a travesty.

    • That’s ridiculous, especially for Enterprise, which *did* get a lot of time and attention in its Blu-Ray release.

  • ALL of Voyager for less than $100? Wow. My birthday’s in a couple of weeks; it might be time to drop a hint or two to my husband… 🙂

  • pittrek

    Wow, that looks ugly

  • Thomas W.

    CBS didn’t invest one cent. I won’t spent one cent. Shame on you, CBS. A re-release of 13 year old DVDs…

    • Leopold Nienhaus

      I guess this is more for those who haven’t picked up the series, yet. Back then it was pretty expansive and also new viewers have joined the fandom since 2004. Don’t pick it up. I won’t either. But I think it’s great that those who haven’t had the chance to experience the series yet, now have a chance to pick it up in a fairly sleek and cheap complete set.

      • That, and those old packaging are very fragile and would break without much effort.

        As far as reissues go, a 13-year gap between release dates is pretty reasonable in our opinion – though yes, new features would have been nice.

        • Mrplatitude

          My old DS9 dvd’s are held together by tape. Terrible packaging.

          But yes, you would think that with each of these sets they could have included at least one new disc with some new special features.

        • BreezyBree

          Something that would have been amazing? Some short interviews to add to the cast ones they did at the start of the series and then for the 2004 DVD set. I would have gladly paid even more for just that one more feature (and effort) I am buying this set because I love this Voyager crew beyond measure… so I am a sucker for anything Voyager.

        • 13 years was waaaaaaaay too long. :p

      • Folks like me, who didn’t have the money at the time and once they got the money had Netflix, making it not worth it to pick up the old pricey sets. Preordered both this and DS9 as soon as I was able to. Here’s hoping the sales are good.

  • Zarm

    Awesome. As soon as the budget frees up, I am adding Voyager to my collection at last!

  • Robert Anthony

    I have this set and the DS9 complete series reissue sitting on my desk right now. Extra content would have been nice, but it’s ok. Many of the discs in my original first and second seasons of Voyager had degraded, so I’m happy to get these replacements at a much more reasonable price.

  • Richard Lutz

    So when is there going to be a 1080 HD release of Voyager?

  • Scott

    I watched it when it originally aired, not since. So I bought the box set to see it on a big screen, last time it was over the air broadcast on a 25″ 4:3, just finished seasons 1-3, still like the show.