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Star Trek Shipyards Star Trek Starships: 2151-2293 The Encyclopedia of Starfleet Ships

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Star Trek Shipyards Star Trek Starships: 2151-2293 The Encyclopedia of Starfleet Ships by Ben Robinson and Marcus Reily
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Sep 25, 2018 | 192 Pages
  • Hardcover $29.95

    Sep 25, 2018 | 192 Pages

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“From immaculately reproduced Matt Jefferies sketches and notes that were part of his original Enterprise design to a complete section on Ralph McQuarrie’s re-imagining of the ship for the failed Planet of the Titans reboot, no detail is missed when it comes to the original Enterprise designs.” – Trek Core

“No ship is too abstract for Ben Robinson and his Eaglemoss team, who do an excellent job of breaking down each ship design with creative notes and interviews with the designers throughout. Each article reveals something you didn’t know about the creative process in one ship after another.” – Trek Core

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This in-depth reference book, written by Ben Robinson, Marcus Riley, and Matt McAllister profiles Starfleet ships from the birth of the Federation to the launch of the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-B and the death of Captain Kirk. It also includes a chapter on Earth’s pre-Federation vessels, including Zefram Cochrane’s ship the Phoenix, which made mankind’s first faster-than- light journey. Plus all of the Starfleet ships from the first season of STAR TREK: DISCOVERY and the original STAR TREK TV series. The book is richly illustrated with CG artwork using the original VFX models created for the STAR TREK TV shows and movies.

STAR TREK SHIPYARDS is a series of lavishly illustrated books that provide in-universe profiles of STAR TREK ships, building into the ultimate illustrated encyclopedia of STAR TREK vessels. Each ship is profiled with technical information, operational history and plan view CG renders – wherever possible using the original VFX models that were used on the TV shows and movies.

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