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Very cool! Konami is going to produce their own Star Trek micros very similar in nature the Johnny Lightning, Furuta, Romando, and Galoob ships. I am really stoked about this because Konami has already demonstrated that they can make high quality, highly detailed miniatures (Space 1999, TOS Battlestar Galactica, Alien(s), Etc... plus a whole slew of anime). These Trek ships were first shown back in October or November of last year. No release ETA that I can find has been announced.

Check em out:

http://www.konami.jp/th/figure/dir/index.html

http://www.startrek-dvd.jp/archives/2006/10/konamisf.html

http://www.startrek-dvd.jp/archives/2006/12/post_18.html

http://www.stfan.com/news/000040.html
 

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Sounds like more potential Kitbashing Fodder for those of us in to 1/2500 scale Trek! :thumbsup:
 

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Protos look nice, just wish the plastic wasn't so soft.

Who was behind all of those FASA 1/3900 scale plastic kits? I loved those. Still have a few to build.
 

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PixelMagic said:
Forgive me if I overlooked it, but how do we know they are 1/2500th scale?
I never claimed them to be 1/2500 nor can I access the websites linked to so have no clue of their true sizes. However, seeing as they'll very likely be in the 3" to 5" size range, the pieces/parts should lend themselves rather well to kitbashing in 1/2500 scale. They don't have to be 1/2500 scale themselves to make for good 'bashing fodder.
 

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They look great!
Incredible detail!
Much better than the Micro Machines (that I still have.).

That's funny about the D-7. One would think the guys who
do this would know how to build it. :p
 

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Wow! Great detail (though completely out of scale for that size! :) )!

I'd love to know how big they're going to be.
 

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irishtrek said:
Thaat is not a D-7 it is how ever a K'Tinga class Klingon battle cruiser.
Don't you guys know the difference by now? :wave:
(and in agreement with Capt. Frank's post, above)


From Voyager, it's established that the Ktinga variant is still a "D7"
 
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