Alice is the name of an alien shuttlecraft that Tom Paris bought from Abaddon’s Repository of Lost Treasures. Contained in the ship is a computer program that can manifest itself as a person to its pilot. Before Paris bought the ship, Abaddon had originally bought it from a Haakonian trader. He had tried turning the ship into a towing vessel but later realized it was too much work since it needed constant repair. The alien ship caught the Lieutenant’s eye, as he remarked “it’s a work of art. That ship wasn’t assembled, it was sculpted.”
This model is die-cast, hand-painted, and comes with an in-depth magazine featuring product artwork and highlighting the ship’s history and design.
From Star Trek: Discovery comes this all-new die-cast model of the U.S.S. Kerala starship. The Shepard-class Kerala was one of the starships that arrived to assist the U.S.S Shenzhou at the fateful Battle of the Binary Stars. Unlike several of her fellowships, she managed to avoid being destroyed by Klingon torpedoes.
The ship was named after the state in south India where the country’s Institute of Space Science and Technology was based, while the Shepard-class was named in honor of the 20th-century astronaut Alan Shepard. The highly detailed U.S.S. Kerala (Shepard-class) model is 8.5 inches long and based directly on the original VFX models created for the show. The model is die-cast, hand-painted with intricate detail using references from CBS Studios’s own archives of designs and CG models, and comes with its own display stand.
The Cylon Raider, also know as the sparrow, is a sleek and deadly Strike Interceptor and the primary attack fighter used by the Cylons. It can speed past its enemies’ ships and hunt down its targets. These new Raiders are cybernetic and capable of being “reborn”, just like the Cylons, into new Raiders after being destroyed. It is made of a complex system of organs, veins and biological fluids inside the main body which enables the “reborn” ability. This provides the Cylons with a distinct tactical advantage in essence that every time a Cylon Raider is destroyed, it is reborn slightly improved having “learned” through each life-cycle it undergoes.
This Cylon Raider ship measures approximately 9.8 inches long and is brought to life in die-cast metal and high-quality ABS materials. It also comes complete with a 16-page collector’s magazine providing an in-depth profile of the ship, exclusive behind the scenes articles, original design sketches, and an interview with series developer, Ronald D. Moore.
This iconic ship appeared in almost every episode of the critically acclaimed 2004 Battlestar Galactica television series. Launched from massive Battlestar ships, the Viper Mark II was instrumental in the first Cylon War. Although it was eventually replaced with a newer model, a squadron of the space superiority fighters remained on board the Battlestar Galactica and was re-activated to defend the Galactica during its four-year journey to Earth.