[X-BOMBER / Star Fleet] MODEROID Big Dai-X wotafa's review - youtube
A lot of folk have released photos of the Moderoid Dai-X model, which looks really good.
I have uploaded images of the box, contents, WIP-build photos from some users as well as others' photos of the completed model.
Great image, found on twitter
This has to be one of the best Lego Dai-X recreations that I've seen.
I saw it first on Eurobricks, which led me on Alex's flickr gallery.
This is not a Star Trek site, but when I was searching for Star Fleet on ArtStation yesterday, I got a treasure trove of Star Trek images:
ArtStation - Artworks
I found this on ArtStation, which is a great website.
ArtStation - Commander Makara Redesign
Ben Page's Star Fleet substack has had a number of further updates and covers the show up to episode 10: Galaxy Adrift (Part 2), with very thoughtful write-ups that cover a lot of interesting points and raise a lot of interesting ideas, plus loads of good screenshots.
I think that this is the same PPA that featured at the October 2022 Expo in Japan.
It was built by twitter user Sayabu.
I found some interesting new images from sayabu__ over nitter, and so these have been added into the Star Fleet fan work folder.
Thanks to Dan at the facebook Star Fleet group for letting me know about an interesting project by toymaker NeMA ...
They've put out 3.75" figures of Shiro, Hercules and Lee, which you can find at the link below:
With twitter, or whatever it's now called, they stopped you accessing any content without logging into an account a while ago, so I changed the link on the links page to all the Japanese X Bomber stuff to use nitter, which is an anonymous twitter proxy.
I found some new fan artworks from Japanese users wildapple15 and tokydo_creation, which I've added to the relevant folder.
Stingray on Blu-ray went down so well in our house that I got the small Blu-ray with the colour episode of Fireball XL5.
It also came with an interesting interview that sold the series well, so I will probably invest in the full series (which is only available in black-and-white).
The show looked great in colour, although, I'm not sure they chose the most action-packed or representative episode for the entire show for the only one that was colourised.
Enjoy the screengrabs.