At Star Trek Las Vegas today, McFarlane Toys CEO Todd McFarlane took the stage to a packed room of Trek collectible fans, and shared a great amount of detail about their heavily-detailed Captain Kirk and Captain Picard figures – but also revealed their first plans for their forthcoming Star Trek: Discovery line of tie-in merchandise.

Todd McFarlane on stage in Las Vegas.

First up is the Kirk and Picard figures in command uniforms, coming to market as 7-inch figures this fall at a $19.99 price point. Each figure contains an exceptional 18 points of articulation, which will allow fans to not only pose their captain for action, but will also allow the figures to be seated properly in captains chair models for display.

There is also a planned command-green tunic variant of Kirk set to follow these figures.

But their big news, of course, was the official release of information on McFarlane’s previously-announced Star Trek: Discovery toy line, with reveals that their 7-inch figures will start with Michael Burnham (Sonequa Martin-Green) and T’Kuvma (Chris Obi) in late 2018.

Each actor was both photographed and 3D-scanned in costume on the Discovery sets in Toronto to give the figure sculptors the best reference information possible during the design phase, and we are sure that once the prototypes are revealed sometime next year, they’ll both be very close to screen-accurate.

Additionally, the first accessory toy will be the new Type II phaser prop from Discovery, set to hit stores in 2018 at a $39.99 price point. Like the character figures, the phaser toy has also been scanned and photographed for best detailing from the original source prop.

Lastly, Todd McFarlane confirmed to the crowd that these won’t be the last Trek toys that will be coming from his company – he revealed that their new Trek license covers all films and television series from the prime timeline, from The Motion Picture to Star Trek: Enterprise, meaning we’re sure to see a wide variety of Trek merchandise over the next few years.

Keep coming back to TrekCore for more news as it breaks from STLV!

  • Fiery Little One

    I look forward to seeing what they put out.

  • October_1985

    I’ve seen good pictures of that Kirk and that Picard and they look gorgeous! And at 19 bucks! I’m pretty pleased to know the McFarlane license covers everything (but Kelvin Star Trek, that’s a shame). I’m anxious to see what they have in store for us

    • Ace Stephens

      I’d assume the Kelvin license is maybe already (exclusively) owned by another party and that’s the reasoning for that. Give it some time and, if this McFarlane arrangement goes well, I imagine they’ll wind up with those rights, too.

      • Shadowknight1

        Except it’s not. The Kelvin Timeline has no merchandise being produced by any company outside of QMx and Eaglemoss, and Eaglemoss only does them as special issues, and those special issues are going to start dwindling unless they start doing the odd ships from the KT movies.

        • Ace Stephens

          Do we know that it’s not held simply because nothing is currently being produced?

        • Anthony Clements

          No one it seems wants any JJ Trek figures, the set of figures w/Trek 2009 came and went 6 months after the film. People pay for TOS w/Shatner, Nimoy, TNG w/Stewart, Frakes, etc.

          • Shadowknight1

            It wasn’t that no one wanted JJ Trek figures. It was that Playmates couldn’t make a good action figure if you held a gun to their heads these days. The entire line that they did was disappointing. Even the electronic ship wasn’t up to their usual standards from back in the day.

  • Mo

    That’s a lotta toys. I wonder how many Ressikan flutes they’ll sell.

    • Captain Robert April

      I think that’s just an accessory included with the Picard action figure.

      • Mo

        Fair point. I guess tea sets can’t be very far behind, then.

        • Daniel Baghdoian

          As long as it’s hot Earl Grey!

  • shannon

    Looks like I need to start saving money

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  • germanlion

    I´d love to see a Klingon Battlecruiser Toy

    • Daniel Baghdoian

      The D7 just doesn’t get enough love. It’s such an incredible and iconic design.

  • Javi Trujillo

    I am psyched! That’s possibly the best Shatner likeness I’ve seen and I can’t wait to buy these next year! I loved the old Art Asylum/DST figures, but they never quite captured Kirk. I’m hoping we get captains from the other series, too, and I can’t believe they have such a great price point!

  • Jamie

    Hopefully their prop line wont be yet ANOTHER set of TOS Phasers and Comms.
    We need more, as yet unreleased props from the other series.

    I’d buy an Enterprise pop-up Hand Scanner in a heartbeat, actually make that 2. Especially if they do a premium 1:1 scale screen accurate scanner with light and accurate sound.

    I’d also buy a TNG Mark VII Science and Medical Tricorder and Mark IX Science and Mark X Medical Tricorder.

  • GIBBS v2

    YES, INSURRECTION TOYS!!! I sure hope they make a plush RHYL!!!!!

  • Matthew Guest

    Check this out, theres a great part about is passion for detail in his toys https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pvKbRIuWFio cant wait!!!!