Back in May we brought you a big rundown of all the planned Star Trek calendars for 2018, from the Original Series through Star Trek: Discovery, and now there’s a few more selections for the organized Trek fan coming out of the international marketplace.

Over in Germany, publisher Heye in Kalenderverlag KVH has two Original Series calendars available.

The first is a Nimoy-centric Star Trek: Mr. Spock 2018 postcard calendar, measuring about 16cm x 17cm, all about the Vulcan first officer of the USS Enterprise; each with some of the character’s dialogue in German.

Star Trek: Mr. Spock 2018 is available at Amazon Germany.

The second German offering is a large Original Series poster calendar (measuring 30cm x 45cm) filled with scenes from throughout the classic Trek show.

The Star Trek 2018 poster calendar is available at Amazon Germany.

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In the UK, publisher Danilo has two additional calendar choices — one is a spin on the Discovery calendar that’s been available in the US for several weeks, but with a different selection of images for the monthly pages.

Danilo’s Discovery calendar is available at Amazon UK.

Finally, an unexpected and outside-the-box Original Series is out from Danilo as well, as the classic Gold Key Star Trek comics arrive in calendar form for 2018, bringing a different comic book cover to life each month in 2018.

Perhaps the most fun calendar choice of the year, the Star Trek Gold Key release is available at Amazon UK.

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Finally, if you’re in the mood for a different take on Trek for 2018, Jenny Parks’ Star Trek Cats is now available in calendar form exclusively from ThinkGeek, with twelve months of feline fun for next year.

You can pick up the Star Trek Cats 2018 calendar over at ThinkGeek’s shop.

Keep checking back to TrekCore for more Trek product news!

  • dixonium

    That Gold Key calendar is fantastic!

  • Jamie Thomas

    Where are the TNG, DS9, VOY & ENT calendars?

    • DataMat

      They will not sell enough of them!

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  • Vger64

    I had just about all the Gold Key original comics. Sold them in the early ’80’s for cheap….what a HUGE mistake!!!

    • Nowhereman10

      You can still buy the big collected volumes on Amazon or if you want the originals, Ebay and Craigslist.

    • Rass

      You can replace them just as cheaply. They’re pretty easy to find.

  • Mo

    I only ever get Ships of the Line, but if that didn’t exist, the Gold Key calendar might almost tempt me. I bought two of those comics when they were new, and was disappointed to realized they were made by people who’d never watched the show.

    But the cover designs were hilarious fun, even when they drew the Enterprise with rocket exhaust.

    • Nowhereman10

      I had several of the individual issues as well as those big collected volumes that Gold Key put out in the 70s and 80s. Some of the later stories were actually quite decent and were very properly TOS-Trek that were also brilliantly illustrated.

      But the very early issues were at best something you’d find out of a good cheesy B-movie from the 1950s. It was very painfully obvious that the writers and artists were only working from early publicity background information and photos.

  • Ian Fleming

    The lack of Cadet Tilly on the ST:DSC calendar is most disappointing.

    • Rass

      Why? She’s not at all important to the show.

      • Ian Fleming

        She’s important to me.

  • Rass

    I just don’t get the whole “Star Trek Cats” thing. It’s idiotic.