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Playmates Toys

Playmates Toys, a subsidiary of Playmates Holdings Ltd. of Hong Kong, China, is an American toy manufacturer based in Costa Mesa, California. Founded in 1966, the company produced a large number of licensed Star Trek action figures, vehicles, and play accessories between 1992 and 2023.

Star Trek licensing[]

Playmates alternate logos

Alternate Playmates logos used with Star Trek releases

Playmates' Star Trek lines launched in the fall of 1992 with the release of a series of action figures based on Star Trek: The Next Generation. Nearly the entire USS Enterprise-D crew was represented, plus Gowron, a Ferengi, a Borg, and a Romulan. Role-playing items included a type 2 phaser and communicator, while a shuttlecraft was produced for the figures. A model of the Enterprise-D was also released. The line was quite successful and another wave of TNG figures, accessories, and vehicles were produced in the fall of 1993 along with a special boxed set of all seven of Star Trek: The Original Series' major crew members.

The 2018 "Star Trek" episode of the Netflix documentary The Toys That Made Us, credited Playmates for being the first company to actually and successfully find their target market by appealing to both the hardcore fans, yearning for accuracy, but also to kids, contrary to their immediate predecessors Ertl Company and Galoob. Former Playmates Senior VP of Marketing Karl Aaronian understood that they "(...)had to appeal to those hardcore fans, otherwise you don't have anything," elaborating, "With Star Trek, you have a fanatical following who notices every little detail." So Playmates planned for detailed accurate products with play features in service of that goal, greatly aided by the fact that the company's chief action figure sculptor, Steve Varner, was a "Trekkie" himself. It paid off, at a time when, as per Aaronian, "timing was everything" as "the audience had really reached its maximum size and was hungry for product", the Playmates releases became the "biggest and most successful Star Trek line ever."

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine debuted in 1994 and was followed by more Playmates TNG characters and a toy line for the feature film, Star Trek Generations. Star Trek: Voyager figures arrived in 1995, as did more TOS, TNG and DS9 items. By 1996, the separate lines were all consolidated under a single "Star Trek" banner, excepting releases that were based on Star Trek: First Contact and Star Trek: Insurrection.

In 1995, Playmates' video game division called Playmates Interactive Entertainment released Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - Crossroads of Time for the Sega Genesis and Super Nintendo Entertainment System platforms.

The founders of Art Asylum designed Playmates' nine-inch Alien Combat Series figures when they were starting out as a design house. Michael Dorn stated that the unreleased Klingon Warrior Worf figure from this line was his favorite representation of the character. [1]

Nonetheless, the license's popularity had begun to decline by 1998. By 1999, the number of items produced by Playmates had dwindled and its limited releases were reduced to being offered to the public exclusively through individual retailers. Karl Aaronian also went on record with his explanation for the rather surprising decline of their hitherto popular Star Trek toy lines. Even though there were other issues at play for the diminishing appeal of the overall franchise as well at the time (See: Demise of "The Franchise" in the prime universe), Aaronian himself blamed the decline of their Star Trek toy lines primarily to their error in judgement by introducing "Limited Edition" and "Retail Exclusives" releases, the 1996 "1701 Series" in particular, a business practice euphemistically called "market discrimination" and one that is particularly loathed by fans in general, and Star Trek fans in particular. "It also truly pissed the fans off," conceded Aaronian, "Because if you're a completest and you're not able to find one of those, you feel incomplete." Belatedly realizing that Playmates had underestimated the passion of Star Trek collectors, and faced with sharply declining sales as they almost overnight stopped collecting, Playmates bumped up production runs of their "1701 Series" to no avail; they had lost the market. (The Toys That Made Us) On 17 September 1999, Playmates' Star Trek lines were formally cancelled. [2] [3]

In Europe, the company's 1990s releases were distributed by Bandai.

Ezri Dax was the only main cast member (from the four series made by the time of Playmates' original licensing) not to receive an action figure from the company. Diamond Select Toys released an Ezri figure in late 2007.

In January 2008, it was reported that Playmates would be creating a toy line for J.J. Abrams' Star Trek film. [4] This new line of figures, vehicles, and role-playing items was launched in April 2009.

A second wave was slated for release in late 2009 but was subsequently pushed back to the spring of 2010 before finally being cancelled. Citing disappointing sales, Playmates' Star Trek licensing concluded (for this period) at the end of 2009. The company had also expressed some interest in acquiring toy licensing for the film's sequel, [5] but this did not materialize.

On 13 July 2021, the company and ViacomCBS Consumer Products jointly announced that Playmates had acquired licensing for "action figures, vehicles and ships, role play and other toy categories", and slated the first of these new products for retail release in 2022. Among other Star Trek series and films, this licensing encompasses Star Trek: Discovery, Star Trek: Lower Decks, Star Trek: Picard, and Star Trek: Prodigy. [6]

On December 6, 2023, the company announced that after only thirteen releases, they would no longer produce action figures from the Star Trek license due to low sales. The Hologram Janeway figure from Prodigy remains unreleased. Ship and roleplay items remain in potential production. [7]

Interactions with Star Trek productions[]

In one of the concept illustrations for the Borg sphere dated January 1996, and designed for Star Trek: First Contact, John Eaves hid the names of his wife Diane and his two daughters, Olivia and Alicia, among the extremely intricate outer details. He added, "What's funny about this is that Playmates put out a toy Borg sphere which just happens to contain the first initial of everyone's name." (Star Trek: The Next Generation Sketchbook: The Movies, pp. 205 & 215)

For First Contact, John Eaves used the 1994 Playmates USS Enterprise-B toy (No. 6172), the only refit-Excelsior-class model commercially available at the time, to construct the golden display models of the ships seen in the display case in the observation lounge of the USS Enterprise-E. He filled one of them up with solid resin, made castings from it for additional copies, and had them all gold-plated. [8] The models seen in their later reappearance in Star Trek Nemesis were constructed from the by-then available AMT model kits of the refit-class.

The "Design-an-Alien" contest was promoted on some Playmates Star Trek toy packaging and offered a fan the chance to appear as an alien extra in an episode of Deep Space Nine. John Paul Lona won the role of a Rasiinian Ambassador named Runepp and appeared in "The Muse".

Star Trek: Voyager Visual Effects Producer Dan Curry used parts of Playmates' Borg action figures to create the "pile" of Borg corpses seen in "Scorpion". In the "Red Alert: Amazing Visual Effects" documentary on the VOY Season 3 DVD release, Curry complimented the sculptors of the toys for their accuracy since he was able to shoot close-ups of the Borg figures' faces without further modifications.

In "Dark Frontier", the young Annika Hansen character sometimes played with a model of a Borg cube that belonged to her father. This model was actually a modified 1994 Playmates Borg cube (No. 6158).

Playmates figures of Tom Paris (No. 6483) and B'Elanna Torres (No. 6485) were repurposed for wedding cake toppers of the characters' biomimetic duplicates in "Course: Oblivion".

Star Trek releases[]

Original run (1992-2000)[]

1992 releases[]

4.5-inch figures[]

Releases in Germany eschewed the standard blister pack used in the United States and elsewhere in Europe in favor of an enclosed box.

Star Trek: The Next Generation – Assortment No. 6010
Character Uniform/Costume Stock No. Accessories Variants/Notes
Captain Jean-Luc Picard Captain's jacket 6011  
Lt. Commander Data Starfleet duty uniform 6012 Featured opening access panels on back and arm
Lieutenant Worf Starfleet duty uniform 6013  
Commander William Riker Battle-damaged Starfleet duty uniform 6014
  • Type 2 phaser
  • Tricorder
  • Field kit
  • Directional UV source
 
Lt. Commander Geordi La Forge Starfleet duty uniform 6015 The first release of the figure came with a removable VISOR, identified by an image of La Forge without his VISOR on the back of the blister pack. This was considered a choking hazard, and so was replaced with an integrated VISOR. The removable variant is now extremely rare.
Lt. Commander Deanna Troi Lavender jumpsuit 6016
  • PADD
  • Personal access terminal
  • Tricorder
  • Portable computer gear
The blister pack refers to Troi by her Starfleet rank, rather than her position of counselor.
Romulan   6051  
Ferengi   6052
  • Energy whip
  • Hand blaster
  • Ferengi rifle
  • Dilithium crystals
A rare variant had non-black boots (presumably a painting error), and had a reversed image on the blister pack.
Gowron the Klingon   6053 This figure came with varying colors of trim on its uniform.
Borg   6055
  • Mechanical manipulation arm
  • Bionic plasmic laser and cutting ray arm
  • Shield generation coils
A printing error resulted in a rare variant with a reversed image on the blister pack.
Role-play and ships[]
Product Stock No. Accessories Sound/Light Variants/Notes
Shuttlecraft Goddard 6101 Cargo pallet
  • Phaser, impulse engine sounds
  • Light-up nacelles
Shuttlecraft contained one pilot seat and fold-down benches seating four, capable of holding a total of five figures.
USS Enterprise-D 6102  
  • Warp drive, impulse engine, phaser, photon torpedo sounds
  • Light-up nacelles
One of the main complaints about early Playmates vessels was their lack of a display stand. In particular, because this product had a center of gravity in the saucer section, it 'listed' forward on a shelf. A re-release in 1994 included a new display stand.
Communicator Walkie-Talkies 6119   None Clip-on communicator speaker/microphones, attached to a belt-mounted transmitter. Claimed range of 170 feet.
Type-2 Phaser 6151  
  • Stun, disrupt sounds
  • Light-up beam emitter
Attached via belt clip
Personal Communicator 6152  
  • Communicator beep
  • Light-up delta symbol
Attached to clothing via a buttonhole
Tricorder 6153  
  • Three scanning mode sounds
  • Light-up data indicators, illuminated screen
Screen illumination could be disabled via a switch in the battery compartment. Attached via belt clip.

1993 releases[]

4.5-inch figures[]
Star Trek: The Next Generation – Asst. No. 6070
Character Uniform/Costume Stock No. Accessories Variants/Notes
Doctor Beverly Crusher Starfleet duty uniform with lab coat 6019 The only one of the seven main characters not to be included in the first wave of figures.
Guinan Orange costume 6020  
Cadet Wesley Crusher Starfleet Academy jumpsuit 6021
  • Type 2 phaser
  • Portable tractor beam
  • Tricorder with holster
  • Starfleet duffel case
 
Lore Pakled uniform 6022
  • Type 2 phaser
  • Handheld laser
  • Field kit
  • Tricorder
As seen in "Brothers"
Locutus of Borg   6023
  • Cybernetic arm
  • Borg manipulator
  • Shield generator coils
 
Klingon Warrior Worf Klingon duty uniform 6024
  • Painstik
  • Klingon spiked club
  • Disruptor
  • Ceremonial robes
As seen in "Redemption II"
Lt. Commander Geordi La Forge Starfleet dress uniform 6026
  • Type 2 phaser
  • Desktop monitor
  • Tricorder
  • Medal display
 
Ambassador Spock   6027
  • Klingon monitor
  • Romulan PADD
  • Disruptor rifle
  • Vulcan book
As seen in "Unification II"
Admiral Leonard McCoy   6028
  • Medical monitor
  • Medical tricorder
  • Medkit
  • Hypospray
As seen in "Encounter at Farpoint"
Captain Montgomery Scott   6029
  • Dilithium crystals
  • Engineering monitor
  • Bioengineering tools
  • Multi-range light source
As seen in "Relics"
Commander Sela   6056
  • Romulan disruptor
  • Phaser rifle
  • Romulan knife
  • Romulan PADD
 
Mordock the Benzite   6057
  • Type 2 phaser
  • Tricorder with holster
  • Scanner
  • Monitor
 
Q Starfleet duty uniform 6058
  • Miniature Enterprise-D
  • Miniature Earth
  • Dilithium crystal
  • Scepter
 
Ambassador K'Ehleyr   6059
  • Spiked glove
  • Life support mask
  • Ceremonial sword
 
Dathon   6060
  • Dagger
  • Log book
  • Flaming branch
  • Tamarian knife
 
Vorgon   6061
  • Tox Uthat
  • Dilithium crystals
  • Hex
  • Vorgon scanner
 
Captain Jean-Luc Picard First season uniform 6071
  • as #6011
 
Lt. Commander Data First season uniform 6072
  • as #6012
 
Lieutenant junior grade Worf First season (red) uniform 6073
  • as #6013
While intended to be season 1 Worf, the head and sash molds are reused from #6013 and are more consistent with seasons 3-6 and 2-7 respectively, though the sash is painted gold like his first-season sash.
Commander William Riker Second season uniform 6074
  • as #6014
Since the figure sports a beard (as the same basic sculpt as #6014 was used), this is a Season 2 Riker, rather than a Season 1 as the other crew figures are intended to be.
Lieutenant junior grade Geordi La Forge First season (red) uniform 6075
  • as #6015
 
Counselor Deanna Troi Maroon jumpsuit 6076
  • as #6016
 
Borg   6077
  • Multifunction rotating arm
  • Hydraulic ram arm
  • Shield generator coils
 
Boxed sets
Product Contents Stock No. Variants/Notes
Classic Star Trek Bridge Set 6090 Includes display diorama of the aft sections of the USS Enterprise bridge.
Role-play, ships, playsets and accessories[]
Product Stock No. Accessories Sound/Light Variants/Notes
USS Enterprise-D Bridge playset 6103  
  • Viewscreen, phaser, tractor beam, photon torpedo, hailing frequency, computer, warp drive, and red alert sounds
  • Illuminated viewscreen with phaser hits
Seating for up to six characters (Ops, Conn, Command, and aft stations – Tactical standing), with working tactical console
Transporter 6104  
  • Transporter sounds and light
The transporter "works" via a half-silvered mirror and the use of lighting, in a Pepper's ghost-like illusion.
Gold USS Enterprise-D 6112   as #6102 Special "7th Anniversary" release of #6102, with a gold finish. Limited edition of 50,000.
USS Enterprise-D Glider 6113   None 18" glider, with stabilizing/launch fin on the saucer ventral. 40 foot gliding range.
Romulan Warbird 6154  
  • Cloaking, phaser, shield hit, engine sounds
  • Light-up engine nacelles
 
Klingon Attack Cruiser 6155  
  • Disruptor cannon, shield hit, cloaking, phaser sounds
  • Light-up engine nacelles
 
Star Trek: The Next Generation Collector's Case 20910 N/A N/A Collector's case for 4.5" figures. Would hold 6-8 figures along with accessories.

1994 releases[]

4.5-inch figures[]
Star Trek: The Next Generation – Asst. No. 6070
Character Uniform/Costume Stock No. Accessories Variants/Notes
Lt. Commander Data as a Romulan   6031 As seen in "Unification II"
Captain Jean-Luc Picard as a Romulan   6032
  • Romulan bowl
  • Romulan disguise kit
  • Romulan disruptor
  • Romulan PADD
As seen in "Unification II"
Lt. Commander Geordi La Forge as a Tarchannen III Alien   6033 As seen in "Identity Crisis"
Commander William Riker as a Malcorian   6034
  • Malcorian medical scanner
  • Malcorian syringe
  • Type 2 phaser
  • Malcorian monitor
As seen in "First Contact"
Lt. Commander Deanna Troi Starfleet duty uniform 6035
  • Starfleet monitor
  • Portable computer gear
  • PADD
  • Tricorder
 
Lieutenant Worf Starfleet Rescue Outfit 6036 As seen in "Birthright, Part I", et al.
Hugh Borg   6037
  • Telescoping arm
  • Power regulator
  • Scanner
 
Doctor Noonien Soong   6038
  • Human Motion Simulacrum
  • Sub-processor
  • Surgical tool
  • Crystalline test tubes
 
Q Judge's robes 6042
  • Ceremonial gavel
  • Lion statue
  • Scroll
  • Scepter
 
Ensign Ro Laren   6044
  • Tricorder
  • Type 2 phaser
  • Duffle bag
  • Starfleet monitor
 
Lieutenant Reginald Barclay   6045
  • Engineering tool
  • Antigrav
  • Fencing foil
  • Cryo canister
 
Esoqq, a member of the Chalnoth race   6049
  • Knife with leg sheath
  • Food ration
  • Chalnoth communicator
 
Captain Jean-Luc Picard as Dixon Hill 6050
  • Pistol
  • Rotary telephone
  • Floor lamp
 
Lt. Commander Data Starfleet dress uniform 6941
  • Tricorder
  • Starfleet monitor
  • PADD
  • Plaque
 
Captain Jean-Luc Picard Starfleet duty uniform 6942
  • Type 2 phaser
  • Mug
  • Starfleet monitor
  • Tricorder
 
Ensign Wesley Crusher Starfleet duty uniform 6943
  • Engineering scanner
  • PADD
  • Tricorder
  • Dilithium crystals
 
Gowron the Klingon Ritual Klingon attire 6945
  • Bat'leth
  • Klingon combat blade
  • Klingon combat sword
  • Painstik
 
Lieutenant Thomas Riker   6946
  • Type 2 phaser
  • Portable computer gear
  • Duffel bag
  • Tricorder
 
Lt. Commander Data from "Redemption" Command division uniform 6947
  • Portable tractor beam
  • Tricorder
  • Starfleet science kit
  • Hand laser
A limited edition released as part of a four-figure pack from the JCPenny catalog, which included #6035, #6942, and #6943, as well as a limited single release in Canada. The package claimed to represent "Redemption Data", but Data did not wear the command division uniform in that episode. He did wear it under Jellico's command in "Chain Of Command, Part II".

Only 7,000 units were made for the US and Canada. With no international release, this is considered to be one of the most difficult Playmates releases to obtain.

All figures in the DS9 wave come with a collector's card from SkyBox.

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine – Asst. No. 6200
Character Uniform/Costume Stock No. Accessories Variants/Notes
Commander Benjamin Sisko Starfleet utility uniform 6201
  • Type 2 phaser
  • PADD
  • Deep Space 9 monitor
  • Bajoran Orb case
 
Odo Bajoran duty uniform 6202  
Quark Ferengi suit 6203  
Chief Miles O'Brien Starfleet utility uniform 6204
  • Type 2 phaser
  • Engineering kit
  • Laser drill
  • Portable fire extinguisher
 
Lieutenant Jadzia Dax Starfleet utility uniform 6205
  • Tricorder
  • Trill bio sample collector
  • Field hypospray
  • Portable computer gear
 
Major Kira Nerys Bajoran duty uniform 6206  
Commander [sic] Gul Dukat Cardassian duty uniform 6207
  • Cardassian pistol
  • Cardassian rifle
  • Cardassian field control unit
  • Cardassian PADD
The box mistakenly refers to Dukat as "Commander", assuming Gul to be his first name, rather than his rank.
Dr. Julian Bashir Starfleet utility uniform 6208  
Morn   6210
  • Pyramid dice
  • Gold-pressed latinum bars
  • Exotic beverage glass
 

The Generations releases feature the original costume designs made for the movie. These designs were scrapped shortly before filming began and were replaced by a combination of the uniforms from TNG and DS9, but the action figures were already in production at the time. Figures wearing the correct uniforms saw release over the following years. Unlike other Playmates figures, the Generations figures lack articulated elbows and knees.

Star Trek Generations – Asst. No. 6910
Character Uniform/Costume Stock No. Accessories Variants/Notes
Admiral [sic] James T. Kirk Monster Maroon (Militaristic uniform) from Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan-Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country 6911
  • "Classic" Phaser
  • "Classic" Communicator
  • "Classic" Tricorder
Kirk is mistakenly identified as admiral, when he retains his captain's rank for the movie.

The accessories are the 2260s versions of the devices, rather than those seen in the later TOS movies.

Captain Montgomery Scott Monster Maroon (Militaristic uniform) from Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan-Star Trek III: The Search for Spock 6914
  • "Classic" Phaser
  • "Classic" Communicator
  • "Classic" Tricorder
 
Commander Pavel Chekov Monster Maroon (Militaristic uniform) from Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan-Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country 6916
  • "Classic" Phaser
  • "Classic" Communicator
  • "Classic" Tricorder
 
Captain Jean-Luc Picard   6918  
Lt. Commander [sic] William Riker   6919 Rank error on the packaging across all releases.
Commander Deanna Troi   6920
  • Portable computer
  • Tricorder
  • Starfleet monitor
  • PADD
 
Lt. Commander Data   6921
  • Type 2 phaser
  • Tricorder
  • Isolinear chips
  • Starfleet monitor
 
Lt. Commander Worf   6922  
Lt. Commander Geordi La Forge   6923
  • Engineering tools
  • Engineering monitor
  • Multi-range light source
  • Isolinear chips
 
Doctor Beverly Crusher   6924  
Dr. Soran   6925 Not originally included in the first release of figures.
Guinan Purple attire 6927
  • Glasses with tray
  • Starfleet monitor
Guinan is in the costume she wears for the Enterprise-B sequence.
B'Etor   6928
  • Ceremonial war club
  • Klingon disruptor
  • Klingon knife
  • Klingon combat sword
 
Lursa   6929
  • Ceremonial Klingon sword
  • Klingon disruptor
  • Ceremonial bat'leth
  • isolinear chip
 
Captain James T. Kirk in Space Suit 6930
  • Champagne bottle
  • Engineering tools
  • Light
  • Helmet
From the deleted opening scene. The packaging erroneously credits its use to the deflector room sequence. As with #6911, Kirk's rank is incorrectly given as admiral on the back packaging, but is correct on the front.
Lt. Commander Worf 19th century naval attire 6931
  • Secret scroll
  • Swashbuckler's pike
  • Hand shackle
  • Pirate sword
From the Brig Enterprise scene.
Star Trek: The Next Generation – Asst. No. 6950 (Part I)
Character Uniform/Costume Stock No. Accessories Variants/Notes
Lt. Commander Geordi La Forge Movie uniform from Generations 6960
  • as #6923
The first TNG figure released featuring the correct Generations uniform
Doctor Beverly Crusher Starfleet duty uniform 6961
  • type 2 phaser
  • Medical kit
  • Medical tricorder
  • Starfleet container
Some packaging shows Crusher wearing the Generations uniform – this version of the figure was not released until 1997, although Crusher never wore the DS9 uniform in Generations.
Lt. Commander Data Movie uniform from Generations 6962
  • as #6921
 
Lieutenant Natasha Yar First season uniform 6965
  • Type 2 phaser
  • Tricorder
  • PADD
  • Starfleet-issue flashlight
The final main TNG cast member to receive a figure release.
Ambassadress Lwaxana Troi   6967  
Ambassador Sarek   6968
  • Vulcan gong
  • Vulcan harp
  • Vulcan book
  • IDIC medallion
 
Nausicaan   6969
  • Nausicaan knife
  • Alien bottle
  • Alien mug
  • Telescoping dom-jot cue
 
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – Asst. No. 3450
Character Uniform/Costume Stock No. Accessories Variants/Notes
Captain Leonardo Yellow command uniform 3451
  • Phaser
  • Tricorder
  • Communicator
  • Ninjaken
A special "crossover" set – Playmates owned the Turtles figure rights
Chief Engineer Michaelangelo Red engineering uniform 3452
  • Phaser
  • Tricorder
  • Communicator
  • Nunchacku [sic]
 
Chief Medical Officer Raphael Blue medical uniform 3453
  • Phaser
  • Tricorder
  • Communicator
  • Sai
 
First Officer Donatello Blue sciences uniform 3454
  • Phaser
  • Tricorder
  • Communicator
  • Bo
 
Boxed sets
Product Contents Stock No. Variants/Notes
Starfleet Officers Collectors Set
  • James T. Kirk in Starfleet dress uniform
  • Spock in Starfleet dress uniform
  • Jean-Luc Picard in Starfleet dress uniform
  • William T. Riker in Starfleet dress uniform
  • Benjamin Sisko in Starfleet utility uniform
  • Kira Nerys in Bajoran duty uniform
6190
Star Trek Starfleet Officers Collectors Set

Includes a display stand

9-inch dolls[]
Collector series – Asst. No. 6050
Character Uniform/Costume Stock No. Accessories Variants/Notes
Captain Jean-Luc Picard 2360s Starfleet uniform (TNG seasons 3-7) 6066
Commander Benjamin Sisko 2360s-2370s Starfleet uniform (DS9 seasons 1-5) 6067
Captain James T. Kirk 2260s Starfleet uniform (TOS) 6068
Star Trek Generations – Asst. No. 6140
Character Uniform/Costume Stock No. Accessories Variants/Notes
Captain Jean-Luc Picard 2371 Starfleet uniform (Generations) 6141
Captain James T. Kirk 2270s-2350s Starfleet uniform (Films II-VI) 6142
Lieutenant Commander Data 2371 Starfleet uniform (Generations) 6143
Lieutenant Commander Geordi LaForge 2371 Starfleet uniform (Generations) 6144
Role-play, Ships and Playsets[]
Product Stock No. Accessories Sound/Light Variants/Notes
Generations Engineering Playset 6108 Laser bypass probe Featured fold-down engineering console
USS Enterprise 6116  
  • Phaser, photon torpedo, warp drive, bridge interior sounds
  • Light-up nacelles
 
Classic Communicator 6117  
  • Hail, opening, high frequency sounds
  • Light-up signal lights
 
Classic Phaser 6118  
  • Stun, "higher setting" sounds
  • Light-up beam emitter
 
Classic Science Tricorder 6125  
  • Alpha scan, beta scan, warning sounds
  • Illuminated screen, light-up indicators
 
Klingon disruptor 6146  
  • Stun, disrupt sounds
  • Light-up beam emitter
Re-released in 1995 in TNG packaging (see #6129)
Starfleet communicator 6147  
  • Communicator chirp sounds
  • Light-up delta symbol
Featuring the new design premiered in Generations
Borg cube 6158  
  • Engines, tractor beam, laser cannon sounds
  • Light-up interior
 
TNG Type 1 phaser 6159  
  • Stun, disrupt sounds
  • Light-up beam emitter
Attaches via belt clip
Battle-damaged Enterprise-D 6171 "Blow-apart" hull sections
  • Photon torpedo, warning, explosion sounds
  • Light-up nacelles and battle damage
Released under TNG packaging in Germany only as #6123
USS Enterprise-B 6172  
  • Energy ribbon phaser, warning, tractor beam sounds
  • Light-up impulse engines and navigational deflector
 
Klingon Bird-of-Prey 6174  
  • Engine, torpedo launch, disruptor sounds
  • Light-up engine and torpedo launcher
Re-released in 1995 under TNG packaging (see #6128)
Deep Space 9 space station 6251 Miniature Enterprise-D (to scale)
  • Tractor beam, photon torpedoes, phaser, and docking sounds
  • Light-up docking pylons
Uniquely, the display stand for this product rotated.
Runabout Orinoco 6252   Capable of holding two 4.5-inch figures.

1995 releases[]

4.5-inch figures[]
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine – Asst. No. 6230
Character Uniform/Costume Stock No. Accessories Variants/Notes
Commander Benjamin Sisko Starfleet dress uniform 6220  
Chief Miles O'Brien Starfleet dress uniform 6226  
Jake Sisko   6235  
Vedek Bareil Antos   6236
  • Orb case
  • Snake in ceremonial encasement
  • Candleholder
 
Tosk   6237
  • Rifle
  • Collar and leash
  • Mug
 
Rom   6241
  • Nog mini figure
  • Lockpick
  • Magnesite drops
 
Lieutenant Jadzia Dax Starfleet duty uniform 6242  
Doctor Julian Bashir Starfleet duty uniform 6243
  • Medkit
  • Medical tricorder
  • PADD
  • DNA scanner
 
Chief Miles O'Brien Starfleet duty uniform 6244
  • as #6204
 
Captain Jean-Luc Picard DS9 jumpsuit uniform 6245
  • Type 2 phaser
  • Tricorder
  • Multi-directional UV light source
  • Field kit
It would be the uniform seen in Generations if not for the TNG combadge on the figure.
Lieutenant Thomas Riker DS9 jumpsuit uniform 6246
  • Tricorder
  • Scanner
  • Type 2 phaser
  • DS9 monitor
Riker is depicted in an operations division jumpsuit, which the character never appeared in.
Q DS9 jumpsuit uniform 6247
  • Orb case
  • Type 2 phaser
  • PADD
  • DS9 monitor
 
Star Trek (all series) – Asst. No. 6430
Character Uniform/Costume Stock No. Accessories Variants/Notes
Doctor Katherine Pulaski   6428
  • Medical scanner
  • Starfleet monitor
  • Medical tricorder
  • Medical case
 
Vash   6429
  • Duffel bag
  • Statue
  • Crystal egg with protective encasement
  • Dagger
Vash was originally included on the back of blister packs for certain releases of Asst. 6230, but did not appear as part of that range.
Captain Jean-Luc Picard as the pirate, Galen   6432
  • Stone of Gol
  • Alien desktop science monitor
  • Hand disruptor
  • Alien PADD
 
Geordi La Forge from "All Good Things..."   6433
  • Cup of tea
  • Handheld recorder
  • Starfleet monitor
  • Book
 
Sheriff Worf   6434
  • Alexander mini figure
  • Pair of six-shooters
  • Shot glass
From "A Fistful of Datas" – part of the "Holodeck Series".
Doctor Beverly Crusher in 1940s attire 6435
  • Pistol
  • Handbag
  • Parasol
  • Compact
From "The Big Goodbye" – part of the "Holodeck Series"
The Traveler   6436
  • Engineering monitor
  • Engineering stool
 
Counselor Deanna Troi as Durango   6438
  • Sure-Shot rifle
  • Six-shooter
  • Ring of jail keys
  • Showdown Time clock
Part of the "Holodeck Series"
The Hunter of Tosk   6439
  • Rifle
  • Helmet
  • Scanner
 
Lieutenant Jadzia Dax in ritual Klingon attire 6440
  • Bat'leth
  • D'k tahg
  • Cup of bak'dule [sic]
  • Starfleet duffel bag
From "Blood Oath"
Borg   6441
  • Spring-loaded cybernetic arm
  • Laser scanner
  • Connectors
One of two "Interstellar Action" figures
Lieutenant (JG) Geordi La Forge Second season (gold) uniform 6443
  • Spring-loaded phaser rifle
  • Away team gear
Second of two "Interstellar Action" figures

Figure actually displays rank of lieutenant (two full pips) and represents La Forge as he appears in Season 2 of TNG, when he first became chief engineer.

Classic Star Trek Movies – Asst. No. 6450
Character Uniform/Costume Stock No. Accessories Variants/Notes
Admiral James T. Kirk Admiral's uniform from Star Trek: The Motion Picture 6451
  • Type 2 phaser
  • Wrist communicator
  • PADD
  • V'Ger component
The TMP figures each contain a component to build a replica of the Voyager 6 probe.
Commander Spock Duty uniform from Star Trek: The Motion Picture 6452
  • Tricorder
  • Engineering tool
  • Kolinahr necklace
  • V'Ger component
Leonard Nimoy was dissatisfied with the collector's cards to be included with the figures, and refused to allow his figure to go into production with one. As a result, this figure does not contain a collector's card.
Doctor Leonard McCoy Duty uniform from Star Trek: The Motion Picture 6453
  • Medical tricorder
  • Medical kit
  • Neurological scanner
  • V'Ger component
 
Lieutenant Hikaru Sulu Duty uniform from Star Trek: The Motion Picture 6454
  • Starfleet phaser
  • Wrist communicator
  • Tricorder
  • V'Ger component
 
Lieutenant Uhura Duty uniform from Star Trek: The Motion Picture 6455
  • Tricorder
  • Wrist communicator
  • PADD
  • V'Ger component
 
Khan   6456  
Martia   6457
  • Laser drill
  • Flare
  • Drilling mask
  • Leg irons
 
General Chang   6458
  • Klingon communicator
  • Glass of Romulan ale
  • Klingon disruptor
  • Klingon staff
 
Commander Kruge   6459
  • Klingon communicator
  • Klingon tricorder
  • Klingon disruptor
  • Klingon knife
 
Lieutenant Saavik Starfleet duty uniform 6460
  • Tricorder
  • Starfleet phaser
  • Communicator
  • Duffel bag
 
Star Trek: Voyager – Asst. No. 6480
Character Uniform/Costume Stock No. Accessories Variants/Notes
Captain Kathryn Janeway   6481
  • Type 2 phaser
  • Tricorder
  • PADD
  • Desktop monitor
A packing error resulted in a number of Janeway figures including the B'Elanna Torres collector's card.
Commander [sic] Chakotay   6482  
Lieutenant Tom Paris   6483 One of these action figures was used for the topping of the wedding cake in the fifth season episode "Course: Oblivion".
Ensign Harry Kim   6484
  • Tricorder
  • Field kit
  • Polaric generator
  • Anti-polaric armband
 
Lieutenant B'Elanna Torres   6485 One of these action figures was used for the topping of the wedding cake in the fifth season episode "Course: Oblivion".
The Doctor   6486
  • Hypospray
  • PADD
  • Desktop monitor
  • Medical tool
 
Lieutenant Tuvok   6487
  • Type 2 phaser
  • Tricorder
  • SIMs beacon
  • Compression phaser rifle
 
Kes the Ocampa   6488
  • Medical tricorder
  • PADD
  • Desktop monitor
  • Biological scanner
This figure was not released in Europe – it is extremely rare as a result of this.
Neelix the Talaxian   6489
  • Tricorder
  • Talaxian phaser
  • SIMs beacon
  • Cooking pot
 
Star Trek: The Next Generation – Asst. No. 6950 (Part II)
Character Uniform/Costume Stock No. Accessories Variants/Notes
Retired Jean-Luc Picard   6974
  • Gardening tool
  • Scanner
  • Metal carrying case
From "All Good Things...". The figure was to have been packaged with a base in the style of the future Starfleet communicator. Instead, the standard TNG delta shield was used instead. The original base appears on the back of the blister pack.
Lt. Commander Data in 1940s attire 6979
  • Pistol
  • Cocktail glass
  • Manual typewriter
  • Champagne bottle
  • Removeable fedora
As seen in "The Big Goodbye".
Ensign Ro Laren   6981 as #6044 Second release of #6044.
Doctor Noonien Soong   6982 as #6038 Second release of #6038.
Klingon Warrior Worf   6985
  • Klingon disruptor
  • Spiker war club
  • Painstik
Featuring metallic armor – one of two releases in the "Supernova Series".
Locutus of Borg   6986
  • 2 additional arms
  • 2 connector hoses
Featuring metallic armor – the second of two releases in the "Supernova Series".
Mail-away exclusive
Character Uniform/Costume Stock No. Accessories Variants/Notes
Commander Benjamin Sisko Starfleet duty uniform (as seen in "Emissary") N/A N/A Exclusive figure from Sega and Nintendo – a limited edition of 4,000, obtained via a mail-in offer from the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - Crossroads of Time video game.
7-inch figures[]
Space Talk series – Asst. No. 6080
Character Uniform/Costume Stock No. Accessories Speech Phrases
Captain Jean-Luc Picard Captain's jacket 6081
  • Federation Type I Phaser
  • PADD
"Captain's log supplemental…"

"Engage!" "Damage report"

Commander William Riker Starfleet duty uniform 6082
  • Federation Type II Phaser
  • Tricorder
"Energize"

"Shields up!" "Red alert!"

Borg 6085
  • Borg scanner
  • Borg collective connector tubes (x2)
"We are the Borg"

"Freedom is irrelevant" "You must comply"

Q Starfleet duty uniform 6086
  • Ceremonial gavel
  • Q Continuum scepter
"What a pity"

"Bonjour mon Capitan" "Humans"

9-inch dolls[]
Collector series – Asst. No. 6280
Character Uniform/Costume Stock No. Accessories Variants/Notes
Borg 6069
Counselor Deanna Troi 2360s Starfleet duty uniform (TNG seasons 3-7) 6281
Doctor Beverly Crusher 2360s Starfleet duty uniform (TNG seasons 3-7) 6282
Lieutenant Commander Data 2360s Starfleet duty uniform (TNG seasons 3-7) 6284
Commander William Riker 2360s Starfleet duty uniform (TNG seasons 3-7) 6285
Lieutenant Worf Ritual Klingon attire 6286
Lieutenant Commander Geordi LaForge 2360s Starfleet duty uniform (TNG seasons 3-7) 6287
Captain James T. Kirk 2260s Starfleet dress uniform 6288
Captain Jean-Luc Picard 2360s Starfleet dress uniform 6289
Role-play and ships[]
Product Stock No. Accessories Sound/Light Variants/Notes
Space Talk USS Enterprise-D (1992) 6106  
  • Over 100 dialogue snippets and sound effects
This product contained a computer chip which allowed the large number of sounds to be played.
USS Excelsior 6127  
  • as #6172
A re-release of #6172, with unique Movie Series packaging. The box and decals are marked as USS Excelsior, but the ship is the refit version seen as the Enterprise-B.
Klingon Bird-of-Prey 6128  
  • as #6174
Re-release in TNG packaging.
Klingon disruptor 6129  
  • as #6146
Re-release in TNG packaging.
Bajoran phaser 6271  
  • Stun, disrupt sounds
  • Light-up beam emitter
Released in TNG packaging, despite being a DS9 product.
Bajoran tricorder 6273  
  • Three scanning sounds
  • Light-up indicators, illuminating screen
As with #6271, released in TNG packaging.
USS Voyager 6479  
  • Warp speed, photon torpedo sounds
  • Light-up navigational deflector and warp nacelles
Warp nacelles were capable of pivoting.
"Transwarping" USS Enterprise-D 16077   None Capable of transforming from the standard Galaxy-class into the three-nacelle version from "All Good Things...". In order to accommodate the various components within the hull, no electronics could be included.

1996 releases[]

4.5-inch figures[]
Star Trek (all series) – Asst. No. 6430
Character Uniform/Costume Stock No. Accessories Variants/Notes
Governor Worf of H'atoria   6437
  • Bat'leth
  • D'k tahg
  • Klingon disruptor
  • Klingon monitor
As seen in "All Good Things..."
Lieutenant Jean-Luc Picard   6442
  • Dom-jot cue
  • Chess set
  • Duffel bag
  • Drinking mug
As seen in "Tapestry". Part of the anniversary "1701 Series," limited run of 1,701 figures
Grand Nagus Zek   6444
  • Ferengi cane
  • 2 latinum pieces
  • Ferengi refreshment bottle
Wallace Shawn commented "I love my Grand Nagus Zek action figure. It is standing on a shelf at my home". (The Official Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Magazine issue 21, p. 31)
Benjamin Sisko   6445
  • Klingon disruptor
  • Type 2 phaser
  • Alien knife
  • Bottle of liquid nutriment
As seen in "Crossover"
Security Chief Odo Costume from "Necessary Evil" 6446
  • List of Bajoran traitors
  • Bajoran PADD
  • Bajoran tricorder
  • DS9 monitor
 
Nurse Christine Chapel   6447  
Captain Christopher Pike   6448
  • Starfleet hand laser
  • Communicator
  • Warrior's shield
  • Rigelian spear
 
Yeoman Janice Rand   6449
  • PADD
  • Tricorder
  • Phaser
  • Communicator
 
Captain James T. Kirk Casual attire (captain's wraparound) 16031  
Jem'Hadar   16032
  • Jem'Hadar pistol
  • Rifle
  • Knife
 
Lt. Commander Worf DS9 (command red) uniform 16033  
Admiral William Riker   16034
  • Type 2 phaser
  • PADD
  • Desktop monitor
  • Tricorder
As seen in "All Good Things..."
Elim Garak   16035 A packing error resulted in at least one Spock figure #16038 in Elim Garak packaging.
Lieutenant Spock "The Cage" uniform 16038
  • Hand laser
  • Communicator
  • Landing party case
  • Specimen case
  • Desktop monitor
 
The Keeper   16039
  • Talosian viewscreen
  • Gas sprayer
  • Nourishment vial
 
Vina as Orion female   16040
  • Torch
  • Fountain
 
Lt. Natasha Yar   16043
  • Isolinear chips
  • Type 2 phaser
  • Tricorder
  • Enterprise-C phaser
From "Yesterday's Enterprise". Part of the anniversary "1701 Series", limited run of 1,701 figures. Reused head from the initial Yar figure (No. 6965) on a standard TNG seasons 3-7 uniform female base body, making Yar have an inaccurate hairstyle along with her uniform missing the belt, wrist cuffs and altered collar seen in the actual episode.
Lt. Reginald Barclay   16044
  • "Type-2B" phaser
  • Medical tricorder
  • Desktop monitor
  • PADD
From "Projections". Part of the anniversary 1701 Series, but given a run of 3,000 figures, instead of the 1,701 produced of the other two figures.
Lt. Commander Montgomery Scott   16045
  • Phaser
  • Tricorder
  • Communicator
As seen in "Where No Man Has Gone Before". An exclusive figure only available from the Huntsville 30th Anniversary Convention distributed by Spencer's Gifts.
Lieutenant Hikaru Sulu   16046
  • Phaser
  • Tricorder
  • Communicator
As seen in "Where No Man Has Gone Before". An exclusive figure only available from the Huntsville 30th Anniversary Convention distributed by Spencer's Gifts.
Star Trek: Voyager – Asst. No. 6480
Character Uniform/Costume Stock No. Accessories Variants/Notes
Ensign Seska in Bajoran guise 16460
  • Tricorder
  • Type 2 phaser
  • Engineering tools
  • Trajector device
 
Lieutenant Joe Carey   16461
  • Type 2 phaser
  • PADD
  • Test cylinder
  • Engineering diagnostic
 
Kazon   16462
  • Kazon rifle
  • Kazon canteen
  • Kazon hand gun
 
Vidiian   16463
  • Vidiian bioscanner/phaser
  • Medical tricorder
  • Hypospray
  • Medical tool
 
B'Elanna Torres as a full Klingon 16465
  • Vidiian bioscanner/phaser
  • Bat'leth
  • D'k tagh
  • Klingon ceremonial sword
From "Faces".
Chakotay Maquis uniform 16466
  • Type 2 phaser
  • Tricorder
  • Medicine bundle
 
Starfleet Academy – Asst. No. 16000
Character Uniform/Costume Stock No. Accessories Variants/Notes
Cadet Jean-Luc Picard Flight Training Suit 16001
  • Starfleet phaser
  • Subspace beacon
  • Protective light vest
  • Eye visor
  • PADD
Each Starfleet Academy figure included a CD-ROM disk.
Cadet William Riker Geo-Hazard Suit 16002
  • UV Light source
  • Starfleet phaser
  • Temperature regulator
  • Survival pack
  • Eye visor
 
Cadet Geordi La Forge Radiation Protection Repair Suit 16004
  • Isolinear chips
  • Carrying case
  • Chest protector
  • Diagnostic tool
 
Cadet Worf Night Reconnaissance Suit 16005
  • Starfleet phaser
  • Survival knife
  • Chest protector
  • Tricorder
  • Searchlight
 
Promotional exclusive
Character Uniform/Costume Stock No. Accessories Variants/Notes
"Trifold Borg"   N/A
  • Mechanical manipulation arm
  • Bionic plasmic laser and cutting ray arm
Special release to licensees to promote Star Trek: First Contact and associated merchandising, never released to the public. Nicknamed "Trifold" Borg due to its unique, trifold promotional packaging. Figure inside is identical to Playmates' initial Borg release (No. 6055), save for lacking that figure's "shield generation coils" accessory. Limited to 500 produced.
6-inch figures[]
Star Trek: First Contact – Asst. No. 16100
Character Uniform/Costume Stock No. Accessories Variants/Notes
Captain Jean-Luc Picard Starfleet duty uniform 16101
  • Type 2 phaser
  • Compression phaser rifle
  • PADD
  • Borg scanner
 
Commander William T. Riker Starfleet duty uniform 16102
  • Type 2 phaser
  • Compression phaser rifle
  • Tricorder
  • SIMs beacon
The SIMs beacon as an accessory is something of an oddity, as it did not appear in First Contact, and only ever appeared on screen in Star Trek: Voyager.
Lt. Commander Geordi La Forge Starfleet duty uniform 16103
  • Engineering case
  • Engineering monitor
  • Engineering tools
  • Type 2 phaser
 
Lt. Commander Data Starfleet duty uniform 16104
  • Tricorder
  • Type 2 phaser
  • Laser drill
  • Test cylinder
 
Lt. Commander Worf Starfleet duty uniform 16105
  • Type 2 phaser
  • Compression phaser rifle
  • D'k tagh
  • Desktop monitor
 
Commander Deanna Troi Starfleet duty uniform 16106
  • Away team case
  • Shot glass
  • PADD
  • Type 2 phaser
 
Dr. Beverly Crusher Starfleet duty uniform 16107
  • Medical tricorder
  • Hypospray
  • Biological scanner
  • Medical tool
 
Borg drone   16108
  • Borg scanner
  • Surgical crafting tool
 
Zefram Cochrane   16109
  • Engineering kit
  • Maintenance tool
  • Flashlight
  • Liquid refreshment
 
Lily Sloane   16110
  • Type 2 phaser
  • DNA scanner
  • Searchlight
  • Biosample container
 
Captain Jean-Luc Picard Starfleet spacesuit 16115
  • Type 2 phaser
  • Compression phaser rifle
 
9-inch dolls[]
Collector series – Asst. No. 6280
Character Uniform/Costume Stock No. Accessories Variants/Notes
Guinan Blue attire 6283
Commander Spock 2260s Starfleet duty uniform (TOS) 6291
Chief Medical Officer Dr. Leonard McCoy 2260s Starfleet duty uniform (TOS) 6292
Lt. Commander Montgomery Scott 2260s Starfleet duty uniform (TOS) 6284
Lieutenant Uhura 2260s Starfleet duty uniform (TOS) 6294
Lieutenant Commander Worf 2360s-2370s Starfleet duty uniform (DS9 seasons 1-5) 6295
Captain Christopher Pike 2250s Starfleet uniform (The Cage) 16183
Collector edition exclusives
Character Uniform/Costume Stock No. Accessories Variants/Notes
"A Piece of the Action" – Asst. No. 16090
Captain James T. Kirk 1920s mobster attire 16091 From "A Piece of the Action". Exclusive to KayBee toys. Limited to 5,000 units.
Mister Spock 1920s mobster attire 16092 From "A Piece of the Action". Exclusive to KayBee toys. Limited to 5,000 units.
"Where No Man Has Gone Before" – Asst. No. 16095
Captain James T. Kirk Pilot uniform 16096 From "Where No Man Has Gone Before". Exclusive to Target stores.
Mr. Spock Pilot uniform 16097 From "Where No Man Has Gone Before". Exclusive to Target stores.
Lt. Commander Montgomery Scott Pilot uniform 16098 From "Where No Man Has Gone Before". Exclusive to Target stores.
Lieutenant Hikaru Sulu Pilot uniform 16099 From "Where No Man Has Gone Before". Exclusive to Target stores.
Star Trek: First Contact – Asst. No. 65130
Character Uniform/Costume Stock No. Accessories Variants/Notes
Captain Jean-Luc Picard 2373 Starfleet uniform (First Contact) 16131
Cmdr. William T. Riker 2373 Starfleet uniform (First Contact) 16132
Lt. Commander Data 2373 Starfleet uniform (First Contact) 16133
Zefram Cochrane 16144
Captain Jean-Luc Picard 21st century civilian outfit 16145
Role-play and Ships[]
Product Stock No. Accessories Sound/Light Variants/Notes
Type 2 Phaser 16062  
  • Stun, disrupt sounds
  • Light-up beam emitter
This product was detailed in a pale blue, rather than the grey of the prop.
Talk-Back Classic Communicator 16065  
  • as #6117
This product had the additional ability of recording and playing back short voice messages.
Starfleet Phaser 16081  
  • Stun, disrupt sounds
  • Light-up beam emitter, power status indicators
As seen in Star Trek: The Motion Picture and Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan.
Wrist Communicator 16082  
  • Hailing, comm scan, frequency control sounds
  • Illuminated screen, light-up status indicators
Illuminated screen could be controlled by a switch on the side of the product.
Shuttlecraft Galileo 16087 Included exclusive James T. Kirk figure in uniform from "Where No Man Has Gone Before"; spring-powered laser cannon
  • None
Capable of seating two 4.5-inch figures in cockpit – pilot and co-pilot seats.
Dr. McCoy's Medical Kit 16088 Medical scanner, anabolic protoplaser, Starfleet Medical School diploma
  • Medical scanner – sounds
  • Protoplaser – light-up tip
 
Phoenix 16147 Deployable warp nacelles
  • 2 sounds
  • No lights
Warp nacelles were put into deployed position by pulling on the rocket engine.
USS Enterprise-E 16148   The design of the Enterprise-E was taken from early concepts created by John Eaves; as such, it differs significantly from the final design (in particular, the Bussard collectors are uncapped, the saucer shuttlebay and impulse engines are swapped and the saucer hull is thicker. A more accurate version was released in 1998 for Star Trek: Insurrection.
Borg sphere 16149 Removable hull section for battle damage
  • 3 sounds
  • Light-up battle damage
Hull panel could be removed to display battle damage, via a button on the sphere's hull.
Star Trek: Innerspace Series[]
Star Trek Innerspace Series logo

A range of playsets "disguised" as vessels and technology from Star Trek. Two centimeter-high accessory figures were included.

Boxed sets – Asst. No. 6165
Product Stock No. Figures Variants/Notes
USS Enterprise NCC-1701-D 6131
  • Picard
  • Riker
  • Data
One of the larger playsets, this product features the Enterprise-D bridge, captain's ready room, brig and Ten Forward, all of which open out from the saucer section. A small shuttlecraft is also included which fits into a shuttlebay taking up the full volume of the connecting dorsal.
Type 2 phaser 6166
  • Worf
  • Data
  • Q
Large playset depicting a planet's surface.
Medical tricorder 6167 Large playset depicting the Enterprise-D sickbay.
Personal communicator 6168
  • Riker
  • Data
Large playset depicting the Enterprise-D transporter room.
Carded releases – Asst. No. 6175
Product Stock No. Figures Variants/Notes
Ferengi Marauder 6133
  • Picard
  • Ferengi
 
Cardassian Galor-class Warship 6134
  • Dukat
  • Odo
 
USS Stargazer 6135
  • Picard
  • Q
 
Excelsior-class starship 6137
  • Riker
  • La Forge
Vessel carried a USS Hood decal.
Galileo NCC-1701/7 6139
  • Kirk
  • Scotty
 
Project Apollo Lunar Excursion Module 6164 2 astronauts Special release to commemorate Project Apollo
Project Apollo Command & Service Module 6169 2 astronauts Special release to commemorate Project Apollo
Shuttlecraft Goddard 6176
  • La Forge
  • Troi
 
Borg cube 6177
  • Picard
  • Borg drone
 
Klingon Bird-of-Prey 6178
  • Worf
  • Gowron
 
Romulan Warbird 6179
  • Sela
  • Picard as a Romulan
 
USS Defiant 6180
  • Sisko
  • Worf
Worf now appears in his DS9 command uniform.

1997 releases[]

4.5-inch figures[]
Star Trek (all series) – Asst. No. 6430
Character Uniform/Costume Stock No. Accessories Variants/Notes
Captain Kurn   16020  
Captain Benjamin Sisko DS9 Season 4 appearance 16021  
Seska Cardassian appearance 16022  
Tom Paris Mutated   16023
  • 3 mutant offspring
  • Type 2 phaser
From "Threshold"
Gorn   16041
  • Primitive cannon
  • Diamond projectiles
  • Stone pike
  • Metron recorder/translator
 
The Mugatu [sic]   16042 The packaging of this figure says the phaser is a type-2, however it actually comes with a type-1 phaser.
Doctor Beverly Crusher Movie uniform from Generations 16047
  • Medical tool
  • Hypospray
  • Medical kit
  • Thermos bottle
Crusher never actually wore this uniform variant in Generations. This figure was a limited edition, with 10,000 being produced, 1,000 with a special backing card in Europe.
Captain James T. Kirk Environmental suit 16048 As seen in "The Tholian Web"
Professor Data   16152
  • Teacup
  • Kettle
  • Tray
  • Vase
 
Harry Mudd   16154 While this figure is based on his costume from "I, Mudd", his accessories are from "Mudd's Women".
Doctor Leonard McCoy Starfleet dress uniform 16155
  • Tricorder
  • Hypospray
  • Communicator
  • Anabolic protoplaser
This figure was a limited edition, with 10,000 being produced, 1,000 with a special backing card in Europe.

The first Warp Factor series focuses on "Trials and Tribble-ations". Some US releases contained fuzzy tribbles in addition to the hard accessories, and a "Triple Tribble" game card.

Star Trek Warp Factor Series 1 – Asst. No. 65100
Character Uniform/Costume Stock No. Accessories Variants/Notes
Chief Miles O'Brien 2260s uniform 65106  
Captain Benjamin Sisko 2260s uniform 65107  
Lt. Commander Jadzia Dax 2260s uniform 65108
  • Medical equipment
  • 2 tribbles
  • Electronic clipboard
  • Tricorder
 
Constable Odo Civilian trader outfit 65109
  • Orb of Time
  • 2 tribbles
  • Bomb scanner
  • Tricorder
 
Doctor Julian Bashir 2260s uniform 65110
  • Hypospray
  • 2 tribbles
  • Tricorder
  • Communicator
 
Captain Koloth   65111
  • 3 tribbles
  • Klingon disruptor
  • D'k tahg
 
Star Trek Warp Factor Series 2 – Asst. No. 65100
Character Uniform/Costume Stock No. Accessories Variants/Notes
Captain Benjamin Sisko as a Klingon 65101 From "Apocalypse Rising".
Ilia probe   65102
  • Voyager 6 probe
 
Leeta the Dabo girl   65103  
Swarm Alien   65104
  • 2 Swarm rifles
 
Captain Beverly Picard Starfleet duty uniform 65112  
Star Trek Warp Factor Series 3 – Asst. No. 65100
Character Uniform/Costume Stock No. Accessories Variants/Notes
Mirror Spock   65105
  • Type 2 phaser
  • Agonizer
  • Desktop computer
  • Knife
 
Edith Keeler   65114  
Cadet Deanna Troi   65115
  • Data recorder
  • Sample recorder
  • Backpack
  • Phaser
 
Cadet Data   65116
  • Scanner
  • Phaser
  • Bio sensor
  • Sample collector
 
Cadet Beverly Howard-Crusher   65117
  • Bio sensor
  • Sample analyzer
  • Medical tool belt
  • Radiation mask
 
Spencer's Gifts Exclusives – Asst. No. 65287
Character Uniform/Costume Stock No. Accessories Variants/Notes
Lt. Commander Jadzia Dax Starfleet dress uniform 65268
  • type 2 phaser
  • Zhian'tara pitcher
  • Zhian'tara candle
  • Risian perfume
Spencer's Gifts exclusive, limited run of 7,500 figures.
Security Officer Neelix Starfleet jumpsuit 65269
  • Type 2 phaser
  • SIMs beacon
  • PADD
  • Cooking pan
Spencer's Gifts exclusive, limited run of 7,500 figures.
9-inch dolls[]
Collector series – Asst. No. 6280
Character Uniform/Costume Stock No. Accessories Variants/Notes
Romulan Commander 16181 From "Balance of Terror"
Chief Engineer Miles O'Brien 2360s-2370s Starfleet duty uniform (DS9 seasons 1-5) 16182
Lieutenant Hikaru Sulu 2260s Starfleet duty uniform (TOS) 16184
Ensign Pavel Chekov 2260s Starfleet duty uniform (TOS) 16185
Lieutenant Commander Jadzia Dax 2360s-2370s Starfleet duty uniform (DS9 seasons 1-5) 16186
Q Judge's robes 16187
Captain Benjamin Sisko 2360s-2370s Starfleet dress uniform 16188
Major Kira Nerys 16189
Retailer exclusives
Character Uniform/Costume Stock No. Accessories Variants/Notes
Collector edition – "The City on the Edge of Forever" – Asst. No. 65259
Captain James Kirk Civilian clothes 65260 From "The City on the Edge of Forever". Exclusive to KayBee toys.
Spock Civilian clothes 65261 From "The City on the Edge of Forever". Exclusive to KayBee toys.
Spencer Gifts TNG exclusives – Asst. No. 65263
Captain Jean-Luc Picard Starfleet duty uniform (TNG seasons 1-2) 65264 Exclusive to Spencer Gifts. Limited to 6,000.
Commander William Riker Starfleet duty uniform (TNG seasons 1-2) 65265 Exclusive to Spencer Gifts. Limited to 6,000.
Warp Factor – Asst. No. 65280
Character Uniform/Costume Stock No. Accessories Variants/Notes
Warp Factor series 1
Constable Odo 65281
Lt. Tuvok 2360s-2370s Starfleet duty uniform (VOY) 65283
Commander Chakotay 2360s-2370s Starfleet duty uniform (VOY) 65284
Warp Factor series 2
Captain Kathryn Janeway 2360s-2370s Starfleet duty uniform (VOY) 65282
Dr. Julian Bashir 2360s-2370s Starfleet duty uniform (DS9 seasons 1-5) 65285
Lt. Tom Paris 2360s-2370s Starfleet duty uniform (VOY) 65286
12-inch dolls[]
Masterpiece Edition – Asst. No. 65040
Character Uniform/Costume Stock No. Accessories Edition/Notes
Captain Jean-Luc Picard 2360s Starfleet duty uniform (TNG seasons 3-7) 65041 The Captains Series

Limited to 10,000

Captain James T. Kirk 2260s Starfleet duty uniform (TOS) 65042 The Captains Series

Limited to 10,000

Role-play and ships[]
Product Stock No. Accessories Sound/Light Variants/Notes
Romulan Bird-of-Prey 16126 Plasma torpedo launcher
  • Bridge interior, phaser, photons, cloaking sounds
  • Light-up engine nacelles
Playmates Toys Romulan Bird-of-Prey technical blueprint
Blueprint by Matthew Cushman
Laser pistol 16127 Target sensor, adjustable power settings
  • Stun, disrupt sounds
  • Light-up beam emitter
From the episode, "The Cage".
USS Defiant 16140 Adjustable forward section
  • Photon torpedo, phaser, red alert, cloaking sounds
  • Light-up engine nacelles
 
D'k tahg 16142 Knife sheath
  • Two blade sounds
  • Side blades pop out at button press
Playmates Toys D'k tahg technical blueprint
Blueprint by Matthew Cushman
Medical tricorder 16143 Medical scanner
  • Three diagnostic sounds
  • Illuminated viewscreen, light-up diagnostic indicators
Playmates Toys medical tricorder technical blueprint
Blueprint by Matthew Cushman
Starfleet Phaser 16144 Removable battery 'clip'
  • Stun, disrupt sounds
  • Light-up energy spill ports
As seen in Star Trek V: The Final Frontier and Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country.
Star Trek: Strike Force[]
Playmates Star Trek Strike Force logo

A larger, more accurate (the Enterprise-D excepted, because the saucer had to be seriously distorted to make room for the interior playset and accompanying figurines), and less stylized successor to Playmates' Innerspace Series. Clearly an attempt to cash in on the popularity of Galoob's hugely successful "Action Fleet" toy line that featured similarly-executed ship models and playsets from the Star Wars, Alien, Predator, and Starship Troopers franchises, this line closely aped Galoob's play features and design concepts. The line was discontinued within a year and fell far short of the sales that Galoob had enjoyed with its "Action Fleet" toy line, particularly with its Star Wars lines.

Assortment #16210 – Ships
Product Stock No. Figures Variants/Notes
Cardassian Warship (Galor-class) 16211
  • Dukat
  • Garak
 
USS Enterprise-D 16212
  • Picard
  • Riker
Detachable saucer section
Klingon Bird-of-Prey 16213  
Ferengi Marauder 16214  
Maquis Fighter 16215
  • Chakotay
  • Torres

in Maquis attire

 

The range also featured larger playsets:

Assortment #16240 – Playsets
Product Stock No. Figures Variants/Notes
Klingon Great Hall 16241
  • Worf
  • K'mpec
  • Gowron
  • Klingon warrior
 
Borg Temple 16242
  • Data
  • Hugh
  • Lore
  • Borg drone
 

In addition, packs of "reinforcements" were produced, again in imitation of similar packs released by Galoob in their "Micro Machines"-line as complementary sets for the above-mentioned Action Fleet releases:

Assortment #16270 – Figure Packs
Product Stock No. Figures Variants/Notes
Klingon Warriors 16271  
Starfleet Away Team 16272
  • Seven generic Starfleet security personnel
 
Borg Assimilation Team 16273  
Ferengi Commerce Team 16274  
Latinum Edition Statues[]
Product Stock No. Notes
12-inch cold cast figurines – Asst. No. 65020
Borg Queen 65021 Limited to 5,000
Captain Jean-Luc Picard 65022 Limited to 5,000
6-inch cold cast diorama
Borg Queen and Data 65030 Limited to 5,000

1998 releases[]

4.5-inch figures[]
Star Trek Warp Factor Series 4 – Asst. No. 65140
Character Uniform/Costume Stock No. Accessories Variants/Notes
Andorian   65120
  • Ultrasound neutralizer
  • Andorian serape
 
Keiko O'Brien   65121
  • Thermal bottle
  • Type 2 phaser
  • Desktop monitor
 
Trelane   65122
  • Mirror machine
  • Sword
  • Pistol
 
Kang As he appeared in "Blood Oath" 65123
  • Bat'leth
  • Me'vak dagger
  • Disruptor pistol
 
Intendant Kira Nerys   65124
  • Bajoran phaser
  • Bajoran phaser rifle
  • Desktop monitor
As seen in "Crossover"

Bele was supposedly intended to be a figure included in this release, but was removed from the line before production.

Star Trek Warp Factor Series 5 – Asst. No. 65150
Character Uniform/Costume Stock No. Accessories Variants/Notes
James Kirk 1930s civilian attire 65128
  • Coffee pot
  • Coffee mug
  • Phaser
As seen in "The City on the Edge of Forever"
Spock 1930s civilian attire 65129
  • Vacuum tubes
  • Primitive computer
  • Coffee mug
As seen in "The City on the Edge of Forever"
Borg Queen   65130
  • Mechanical arm
  • Power regulator
  • Scanner
 
Seven of Nine Partially assimilated 65131 As seen in "The Gift"

Each figure is rendered in a part-translucent state, and comes with a battery-operated, push-activated, light and sound base in the style of the appropriate transporter pad. All Next Generation figures are painted in an incorrect uniform style, with division colors on the shoulders like the DS9/VOY uniforms, but on sculpted TNG uniforms. Deanna Troi and Reginald Barclay were originally scheduled to be included in the range, but were not produced.

Star Trek Transporter Series – Asst. No. 65400
Character Uniform/Costume Stock No. Variants/Notes
The Original Series
Captain James T. Kirk   65401  
Mr. Spock   65402  
Dr. McCoy   65403  
Lt. Uhura   65404  
Chief Engineer Montgomery Scott   65405  
Ensign Pavel Chekov   65231 Exclusive to Target stores, limited release of 10,000 units.

(Formed Asst. #65230)

Lt. Hikaru Sulu   65232 Exclusive to Target stores, limited release of 10,000 units.

(Formed Asst. #65230)

The Next Generation
Lt. Commander Data   65421  
Captain Jean-Luc Picard   65422  
Lt. Worf   65423  
Commander William Riker   65432  
Lt. Commander Geordi La Forge   65433  
Boxed sets
Product Contents Stock No. Accessories Variants/Notes
1701 Collector Series
  • Captain [sic] Jean-Luc Picard from "Tapestry"
  • Lieutenant Natasha Yar from "Yesterday's Enterprise"
  • Lieutenant Reginald Barclay from "Projections"
16122
  • Isolinear chips
  • Type 2 phaser
  • Tricorder
  • Enterprise-C phaser
  • Dom-jot cue
  • Chess set
  • Duffel bag
  • Drinking mug
  • "Type-2B" phaser
  • Medical tricorder
  • Desktop monitor
  • PADD
A repackaging of #6442, #16043, and #16044, with all accessories. There was some controversy over this release, particularly from those who had purchased the original, extremely-limited figures (often at inflated prices). The release had in fact been an attempt to mollify the wider consumer base angered by the initial short run.
Twin packs – Asst. No. 65180
"Holodeck Series"
  • Captain Jean-Luc Picard as Dixon Hill
  • Guinan as Gloria
65181 Diorama backing From "Clues"
"Alien Series"
  • Captain James T. Kirk with
  • Balok and Balok's Puppet
65182 Diorama backing From "The Corbomite Maneuver"
Twin packs – Asst. No. 65190
"Holodeck Series"
  • Lt. Commander Data
  • Lt. Worf
  • Alexander Rozhenko
65191 Diorama backing From "A Fistful of Datas"
"Alien Series"
  • Ensign Harry Kim
  • Species 8472 from "Scorpion"
65192 Diorama backing From "Scorpion"
Mail-away and other exclusives
Character Uniform/Costume Stock No. Accessories Variants/Notes
Klingon Warrior Worf   16145 N/A This was an exclusive figure included in the Worf - Return to Grace Collection VHS collection. Limited to 40,000, the figure is actually a repainted variation of #6437.
Captain Mackenzie Calhoun Starfleet duty uniform 65221
  • sword
Exclusive offer from Star Trek: Communicator, first shipped in September 1998. 1,000 pieces signed by Peter David later offered through Diamond PX in December 2000.
Lt. (j.g.) Picard Starfleet science division duty uniform 65276
  • type 2 phaser
From the alternate timeline seen in "Tapestry". Exclusive to Toyfare Magazine #11 (May 1998).
Translucent Geordi La Forge as a Tarchannen III Alien   65277
  • None
From "Identity Crisis". Exclusive to Toyfare Magazine #13 (June 1998).
Spock Environmental suit 65278
  • Removable Helmet
  • Classic Tricorder
Exclusive to Toyfare Magazine #15 (August 1998), limited to 15,000 units.
6-inch figures[]
Warp Factor Series 1 Combat Action – Asst. No 16250
Character Uniform/Costume Stock No. Accessories Variants/Notes
Captain Jean-Luc Picard   16251
  • Fencing foil
  • Firing phaser rifle
Features fencing action
Commander William Riker   16252
  • Firing phaser rifle
Features phaser rifle draw action
Lt. Commander Worf   16253
  • Bat'leth
  • Firing Klingon disruptor rifle
Features bat'leth combat action
Borg   16254
  • Firing arm
Features mechanical grab action
Q 16th century sea captain's outfit 16255
  • Dueling Sword
  • Pirate's Musket
  • Pike
  • Pirate's Sword
Warp Factor Series 2 Console Action – Asst. No 16280
Character Uniform/Costume Stock No. Accessories Variants/Notes
Cardassian Soldier   16256
  • Cardassian Disruptor
  • Cardassian Tactical Console
Jem'Hadar Soldier   16257
  • Jem'Hadar Engineering Console
Captain Benjamin Sisko   16258
  • U.S.S. Defiant Captain's Chair
Lt. Commander Jadzia Dax   16260
  • U.S.S. Defiant Helm Station
Chief Miles O'Brien   16266
  • U.S.S. Defiant Engineering Station
9-inch dolls[]
Retailer exclusives
Character Uniform/Costume Stock No. Accessories Variants/Notes
KB toys – "Mirror, Mirror" – Asst. No. 65200
Dr. McCoy 2260s Terran Empire uniform 65201 From "Mirror, Mirror". Exclusive to KB toys. Limited to 7,200.
Lieutenant Uhura 2260s Terran Empire uniform 65202 From "Mirror, Mirror". Exclusive to KB toys. Limited to 7,200.
KB toys – "Mirror, Mirror" – Asst. No. 65210
Captain James Kirk 2260s Terran Empire uniform 65211 From "Mirror, Mirror". Exclusive to KB toys. Limited to 7,200.
Mr. Spock 2260s Terran Empire uniform 65212 From "Mirror, Mirror". Exclusive to KB toys. Limited to 7,200.
Target stores – "The Tholian Web" – Asst. No. 65250
Mr. Spock Environmental suit 65251 From "The Tholian Web". Exclusive to Target stores.
Ensign Chekov Environmental suit 65252 From "The Tholian Web". Exclusive to Target stores.
Target VOY exclusives – Asst. No. 65255
The Doctor: Emergency Medical Hologram 2360s-2370s Starfleet duty uniform (VOY) 65256 Exclusive to Target stores.
Ensign Harry Kim 2360s-2370s Starfleet duty uniform (VOY) 65257 Exclusive to Target stores.
Warp Factor assortments
Character Uniform/Costume Stock No. Accessories Variants/Notes
Warp Factor series 3 – Asst. No. 65280
Jem'Hadar soldier 65290
Gul Dukat 65291
Capt. James Kirk Casual attire (wraparound tunic) 65292
Warp Factor series 4 – Asst. No. 65320
Captain Benjamin Sisko 2260s Starfleet duty uniform – command gold 65293 From "Trials and Tribble-ations"
Lt. Commander Jadzia Dax 2260s Starfleet duty uniform – operations red 65294 From "Trials and Tribble-ations"
Seven of Nine Silver biosuit 65303
Warp Factor series 5 – Asst. No. 65330
Talosian 65295
Elim Garak 65297
Bele 65298
Star Trek: Insurrection – Asst. No. 65350
Character Uniform/Costume Stock No. Accessories Variants/Notes
Captain Jean-Luc Picard Civilian attire 65351
Commander William Riker 2370s-2380s Starfleet uniform 65352
Lt. Commander Worf Civilian attire 65353
Lt. Commander Geordi LaForge 2370s-2380s Starfleet uniform 65354
Role-play and ships[]
Product Stock No. Accessories Sound/Light Variants/Notes
Star Trek: Insurrection type 2 phaser 65088  
  • Stun and distrupt sounds
  • Light-up power level indicator and emitter
Now detailed in a light grey, more closely resembling the prop.
Star Trek: Insurrection USS Enterprise-E 65091 Cousteau (larger scale, does not attach to the opening shown on the Enterprise.)
  • Three sounds
  • Light-up warp nacelles and impulse engines
This release was a more accurate representation of the Enterprise-E than #16418
Latinum Edition Statues[]
Product Stock No. Notes
12-inch cold cast figurines
Vulcan Leader 65023 International release only.

Limited to 550

Captain James T. Kirk 65025-K From "Where No Man Has Gone Before"

Limited to 2,500

Seven of Nine 65026-S Limited to 2,500
6-inch cold cast figurines and diorama
Locutus of Borg 65001
Borg Queen 65003
Kirk and Spock 65032-M From "Mirror, Mirror"

1999 releases[]

4.5 inch figures[]

All figures released in 1999 were store exclusives in the US, but given a general (albeit limited) release in Europe and Australia.

Star Trek Transporter Series – Asst. No. 65440
Character Uniform/Costume Stock No. Variants/Notes
Nurse Christine Chapel   65441 Exclusive to Target stores.
Yeoman Janice Rand   65442 Exclusive to Target stores.
Target store exclusives
Character Uniform/Costume Stock No. Accessories Variants/Notes
Star Trek (Warp Factor Series) – Asst. No. 65800
Captain Jean-Luc Picard Starfleet duty uniform 65801
  • Compression phaser rifle
  • Type 2 phaser
  • Tricorder
  • Borg scanner
The first 4.5 inch figures to use the First Contact uniform.
Lt. Commander Worf Starfleet duty uniform 65802
  • Type 2 phaser
  • Bat'leth
  • D'k tahg
  • Tricorder
Exclusive to Target stores.
Star Trek Starfleet Command – Asst. No. 65820
Seven of Nine Silver biosuit 65803
  • Compression phaser rifle
  • Scanner
  • Desktop monitor
Lt. Commander Data Starfleet duty uniform 65804
  • Tricorder
  • Type 2 phaser
  • Compression phaser rifle
  • Engineering case
Star Trek Starfleet Command – Asst. No. 65830
Counselor Deanna Troi Starfleet duty uniform 65805
  • Desktop monitor
  • Type 2 phaser
  • Tricorder
  • PADD
Commander William Riker Starfleet duty uniform 65806
  • Desktop monitor
  • Type 2 phaser
  • Compression phaser rifle
  • Tricorder
Starfleet Command International Edition – Asst. No. 65840
Doctor Beverly Crusher Starfleet duty uniform 65807
  • Hypospray
  • Medical tool
  • Medical tricorder
  • PADD
Exclusive to the UK and Australia, limited to 4,000 units.
Seven of Nine Blue biosuit 65808
  • PADD
  • Type 2 phaser
  • Engineering diagnostic tools
Exclusive to the UK and Australia, limited to 4,000 units.
Twin packs
Product Contents Stock No. Accessories Variants/Notes
"Alien Series" Twin Pack
  • Borg Drone
  • Captain Jean-Luc Picard as Locutus of Borg
65173 Diorama backing
Starfleet Command Twin Pack 65174 Diorama backing
Mail-away and other exclusives
Character Uniform/Costume Stock No. Accessories Variants/Notes
Transporting Lt. Tasha Yar Starfleet duty uniform 65279
  • Type 2 phaser
In the "Transporter Series" style but without the transporting base. Exclusive to Toyfare Magazine #19 (January 1999).
Captain James T. Kirk 1920s mobster attire 65224
  • Communicator
From "A Piece of the Action". Exclusive to Toyfare Magazine #23 (12 May 1999).
Captain Kathryn Janeway 2290s Starfleet uniform 65226 N/A From "Flashback". Exclusive to New Force Comics website, released September 1999.
Seven of Nine Plum biosuit 65227 N/A Exclusive to Toyfare Magazine #29 (November 1999).
9-inch figures[]
Alien Combat series – Asst. No. 65390
Character Uniform/Costume Stock No. Accessories Variants/Notes
Borg drone 65301 N/A
Klingon warrior 65302
9-inch dolls[]
Star Trek: Insurrection – Asst. No. 65350
Character Uniform/Costume Stock No. Accessories Variants/Notes
Counselor Deanna Troi Civilian attire 65355
Lt. Commander Data Civilian attire 65356
Ad'har Ru'afo 65357
Anij 65358
Retailer exclusives
Character Uniform/Costume Stock No. Accessories Variants/Notes
Target exclusives – Asst. No. 65600
Captain James Kirk Environmental suit 65601 Exclusive to Target stores.
Seven of Nine Brown biosuit 65602 Exclusive to Target stores.
KB Toys exclusives – Asst. No. 65620
Trelane 65703 Exclusive to KB toys.
Edith Keeler 65704 Exclusive to KB toys. Limited to 5,000.
Target exclusives – Asst. No. 65630
Lt. Commander Data as Sherlock Holmes 65605 From "Elementary, Dear Data". Exclusive to Target stores.
Lt. Geordi LaForge as Dr. John Watson 65606 From "Elementary, Dear Data". Exclusive to Target stores.
"Mirror, Mirror" – KB Toys exclusives – Asst. No. 65700
Security Chief Sulu 2260s Terran Empire uniform 65701 From "Mirror, Mirror". Exclusive to KB toys. Limited to 7,200.
Lt. Marlena Moreau 2260s Terran Empire uniform 65702 From "Mirror, Mirror". Exclusive to KB toys. Limited to 7,200.
Target exclusives – Asst. No. 65720
Nurse Christine Chapel 2260s Starfleet duty uniform (TOS) 65603 Exclusive to Target stores.
Captain Jean-Luc Picard Captain's jacket 65604 Exclusive to Target stores.
"Amok Time" – KB Toys exclusives – Asst. No. 65730
Captain James Kirk 2260s Starfleet duty uniform (TOS) (damaged) 65705 From "Amok Time". Exclusive to KB toys. Limited to 5,000.
Mr. Spock 2260s Starfleet duty uniform (TOS) 65706 From "Amok Time". Exclusive to KB toys. Limited to 5,000.
12-inch dolls[]
Star Trek: Insurrection – Asst. No. 65070
Character Uniform/Costume Stock No. Accessories Edition/Notes
Captain Jean-Luc Picard 2370s-2380s Starfleet dress uniform 65071 Special Collector's
Commander William Riker 2370s-2380s Starfleet dress uniform 65072 Special Collector's
Lt. Commander Worf 2370s-2380s Starfleet duty uniform 65073 Special Collector's
Lt. Commander Data 2370s-2380s Starfleet duty uniform 65074 Special Collector's
Star Trek (all series) – mixed editions
Character Uniform/Costume Stock No. Accessories Edition/Notes
Asst. No. 65500
Andorian Ambassador Shras 65051 Aliens & Adversaries
Mr. Spock 2260s Starfleet duty uniform (TOS) 65501 Classic
Captain Kathryn Janeway 2360s-2370s Starfleet duty uniform (VOY) 65503 The Women of Star Trek
Lt. Commander Geordi LaForge 2370s-2380s Starfleet duty uniform 65504 Special Collector's
Asst. No. 65510
Seven of Nine Silver biosuit 65512 Women of Star Trek

Limited to 7,500

Doctor McCoy 2260s Starfleet duty uniform (TOS) 65521 Classic

Limited to 7,500

Ensign Pavel Chekov 2260s Starfleet duty uniform (TOS) 65531 Classic

Limited to 7,500

The Mugato 65561 Aliens and Adversaries

Limited to 7,500

Asst. No. 65520
Gorn Captain 65052 Aliens and Adversaries
Counselor Deanna Troi Lavender jumpsuit 65511 The Women of Star Trek
Chief Engineer Montgomery Scott 2260s Starfleet duty uniform (TOS) 65522 Classic
Lieutenant Hikaru Sulu 2260s Starfleet duty uniform (TOS) 65523 Classic
Asst. No. 65530
Q Judge's robes 65513 Aliens and Adversaries
Lieutenant Uhura 2260s Starfleet duty uniform (TOS) 65532 Classic
Captain Benjamin Sisko 2360s-2370s Starfleet duty uniform (DS9 seasons 1-5) 65535 Wormhole
Captain Christopher Pike 2250s Starfleet field jacket (The Cage) 65536 Classic
Star Trek: Communicator Fan Club exclusive
Character Uniform/Costume Stock No. Accessories Edition/Notes
Captain James Kirk as a Romulan 65514 Classic

From "The Enterprise Incident"

2000 releases[]

4.5-inch figures[]
Twin packs
Product Contents Stock No. Accessories Variants/Notes
"Amok Time" Twin Pack
  • Captain James Kirk (wounded)
  • Mister Spock
65172
  • Diorama backing
  • Lirpa (x2)
Exclusive to New Force Comics in the US, limited to 3,000 units.

Released in February 2000, this was the last Playmates product released in the original run.

12-inch dolls[]
Exclusives
Character Uniform/Costume Stock No. Accessories Edition/Notes
New Force Comics – "A Piece of the Action"
Captain James Kirk 1920s mobster attire 65608 Classic
Mr. Spock 1920s mobster attire 65609 Classic
KB Toys – Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
Admiral James Kirk 2270s-2350s Starfleet duty uniform (Films II-VI) 65707 Special Collector's

Limited to 5,000

Captain Spock 2270s-2350s Starfleet duty uniform (Films II-VI) 65708 Special Collector's

Limited to 5,000

Unproduced and cancelled items[]

A prototype was made for a TOS Enterprise bridge playset and displayed at the 1996 Toy Fair. It never entered production, likely due to prohibitive costs.

2009 film[]

3.75-inch figures[]

Wave 1 was released on 19 April 2009. Each figure comes with a bridge or transporter room playset accessory. Eight of the figures come with the Starfleet Emblem figure stand can be used as a wearable badge. Releases outside the United States do no include the playset accessories.

Galaxy Collection Wave 1 – Asst. No 61750
Character Uniform/Costume Stock No. Accessories Variants/Notes
James T. Kirk Enterprise outfit 61781
  • Phaser
  • Utility belt
Includes bridge component B9
Hikaru Sulu Enterprise outfit 61782
  • Phaser
  • Utility belt
Includes bridge component B4
Original Spock   61783
  • Interchangeable hands
Includes transporter room component T4
Uhura Enterprise outfit 61784
  • Phaser
  • Utility belt
  • Includes transporter room component T2
  • For some reason, the utility belt on the US version is non-removeable. Only on the international version can the belt be removed.
Christopher Pike Enterprise outfit 61785
  • Phaser
  • Utility belt
Includes bridge component B2
Leonard McCoy Cadet outfit 67186
  • Phaser
  • Utility belt
  • Data tablet
  • Hypospray
Includes bridge component B10
Nero   61787
  • Romulan disruptor
  • Teral'n
Includes transporter room component T3
Pavel Chekov Cadet outfit 61788
  • Phaser
  • Utility belt
  • Data tablet
Includes bridge component B13
Spock Enterprise outfit 61789
  • Interchangeable hands
  • Phaser
  • Utility belt
Includes bridge component B1
Scotty Enterprise outfit 61790
  • Phaser
  • Utility belt
Includes bridge component B11

A second wave was planned to follow in several phases July-October 2009. This was initially pushed back to early 2010, but ultimately was not released. Due to the cancellation, collectors were unable to get the rest of the bridge or transporter room pieces.

Galaxy Collection Wave 2 (cancelled)
Character Uniform/Costume Stock No. Accessories Variants/Notes
Leonard McCoy Enterprise uniform  
  • Phaser
  • Utility belt
  • Hypospray
Includes bridge component B7
Pavel Chekov Enterprise uniform  
  • Phaser
  • Utility belt
Includes bridge component B15
James T. Kirk Cadet uniform  
  • Phaser
  • Utility belt
  • Data tablet
Includes bridge component B16
James T. Kirk Space uniform
(skydiving suit)
 
  • Phaser
  • Removable helmet
  • Parachute
Includes transporter room component T1
James T. Kirk Off-duty uniform  
  • Phaser
  • Utility belt
Includes bridge component B3
Spock Academy instructor uniform 61766
  • Phaser
  • Utility belt
  • Data tablet
  • Interchangeable hands
  • Includes bridge component B8
  • In the movie, Spock was wearing a black uniform, while the prototype appears more of a dark blue.
Hikaru Sulu Space uniform  
  • Phaser
  • Removable helmet
  • Katana
  • Parachute
Includes bridge component B18
General Ayel    
  • Disruptor pistol
  • Holster belt
  • Includes bridge component B14
  • In the film, Romulans wore black outfits, but the Ayel prototype wears primarily blue.
Sarek    
  • Interchangeable hands
Includes bridge component B6
Keenser    
  • Goggles
  • Includes bridge components B5 and B12
  • Not in scale with other figures
Drakoulias      
  • Includes bridge component B17
  • Out of scale with other figures
Original Spock Snowsuit  
  • Torch
  • Interchangeable hands
Planned as part of cancelled Wave 2

Also intended to be included with this wave were two Bonus packs, each containing five of the components missing from the international Wave 1 release, with one figure also included in each pack.

6-inch figures[]
Warp Collection Wave 1 – Asst. No 61600
Character Uniform/Costume Stock No. Accessories Variants/Notes
James T. Kirk Enterprise outfit 61601
  • Phaser
  • Communicator
  • Utility belt
 
Spock Enterprise outfit 61602
  • Interchangeable hands
  • Phaser
  • Communicator
  • Utility belt
 
Original Spock   61607
  • Interchangeable hands
 
Christopher Pike Enterprise outfit 61608
  • Phaser
  • Communicator
  • Utility belt
 
Nero   61609
  • Teral'n
  • Romulan Disruptor (later release)
The disruptor is included in later releases.
Hikaru Sulu Enterprise outfit 61610
  • Phaser
  • Communicator
  • Utility belt
 
Uhura Cadet outfit 61613
  • Phaser
  • Communicator
  • Data tablet
Uhura was supposed to be in an Enterprise uniform for this wave, but for unknown reasons was released in a cadet uniform instead.
Leonard McCoy Cadet outfit 61617
  • Phaser
  • Communicator
  • Utility belt
  • Hypospray
  • Data tablet
 
Chekov Cadet outfit 61618
  • Phaser
  • Communicator
  • Utility belt
  • Data tablet
 
Scotty Enterprise outfit 61621
  • Phaser
  • Communicator
  • Utility belt
 

Also in this wave were Bonus two packs. The characters are Kirk & McCoy and Spock & Original Spock.

Warp Collection Wave 2 (cancelled)
Character Uniform/Costume Stock No. Accessories Variants/Notes
Leonard McCoy Enterprise uniform  
  • Phaser
  • Utility belt
  • Communicator
  • Hypospray
 
Pavel Chekov Enterprise uniform  
  • Phaser
  • Utility belt
  • Communicator
 
James T. Kirk Cadet uniform  
  • Phaser
  • Utility belt
  • Communicator
  • Data tablet
 
James T. Kirk Space uniform
(skydiving suit)
 
  • Phaser
  • Removable helmet
 
Spock Academy instructor uniform  
  • Phaser
  • Utility belt
  • Data tablet
  • Communicator
  • Interchangeable hands
In the movie, Spock wore a black uniform, while the prototype appears dark grey.
Hengrauggi       Out of scale with other figures
Drakoulias       Out of scale with other figures
Spock Vulcan outfit  
  • Interchangable hands
Planned as part of cancelled Wave 2
Hikaru Sulu Space uniform
(skydiving suit)
 
  • Phaser
  • Removable helmet
  • Katana
A collector has a prototyped version of the figure, which was planned as part of cancelled Wave 2.
12-inch figures[]
Command Collection Wave 1 – Asst. No 61950
Character Uniform/Costume Stock No. Accessories Variants/Notes
James T. Kirk Enterprise outfit  
  • Phaser
  • Communicator
  • Utility belt
 
Leonard McCoy Enterprise outfit  
  • Phaser
  • Tricorder
  • Communicator
  • Utility belt
A hypospray was supposed to be included before release, but ultimately was not.
Spock Enterprise outfit  
  • Interchangeable hands
  • Phaser
  • Communicator
  • Utility belt
 
Hikaru Sulu Enterprise outfit  
  • Phaser
  • Communicator
  • Utility belt
  • Exclusive to Toys 'R' Us
  • This figure was supposed to be included in wave 2, but was moved to this wave.
Christopher Pike Enterprise outfit  
  • Phaser
  • Utility belt
  • Exclusive to Toys 'R' Us
  • The figure was supposed to be included on wave 2, but moved to this wave.
Original Spock    
  • Interchangeable hands
 
Command Collection Wave 2 (cancelled)
Character Uniform/Costume Stock No. Accessories Variants/Notes
Scotty Enterprise uniform  
  • Phaser
  • Utility belt
 
Uhura Enterprise uniform  
  • Phaser
 
Nero      
Kirk Off-duty uniform  
  • Phaser
  • Utility belt
 
Role-play, ships and playsets[]
Product Stock No. Accessories Sound/Light Variants/Notes
Starfleet Phaser 61851  
  • Sound effects
Pivoting barrel
Starfleet Communicator 61852 Holster (fits on any belts)
  • Sound effects
  • Character voices
 
Starfleet Tricorder 61853  
  • Sound effects
Spring-loaded covers
Utility Belt interactive set       Includes phaser and communicator which interact with the belt in eight missions.
Enterprise Bridge playset 61901 Includes Kirk 3.75" figure, with accessories None Eighteen additional components included with various "Galaxy Collection" figures
Enterprise transporter room playset 61902 Includes Scotty 3.75" figure, with accessories
  • Illuminated controls
  • Sound effects
Four additional components included with "Galaxy Collection" figures
USS Enterprise 61931
  • Display stand
  • Includes Kirk 3.75" figure, with accessories (later release)
  • Sound effects
  • Character voices
In later release, the vehicle also comes with the bonus Kirk figure
Narada 61932     Planned as part of cancelled wave 2
Jellyfish       Planned as part of cancelled wave 2
Three-inch Mini Vehicles       Planned as part of cancelled wave 2

Star Trek Universe and Retro run (2022-2023)[]

2022 Releases[]

5-inch figures[]
Star Trek Universe – Asst. #63129/#6130
Character Uniform/Costume Item # Accessories Variants/Notes
Science Officer Michael Burnham Starfleet duty uniform (DIS seasons 1-2) 63131  
Commander Saru Starfleet duty uniform (DIS seasons 1-2) 63132  

This assortment was released in modern Star Trek Universe packaging outside the United States.

Star Trek: The Next Generation/Classic Star Trek Movie Series – Asst. #63130
Character Uniform/Costume Item # Accessories Variants/Notes
Lieutenant Commander Data Starfleet duty uniform (TNG seasons 3-7) 63136
  • Type II Hand Phaser
  • Diagnostic Testing Unit with Monitor
  • Tricorder with Holster [sic]
  • Android Access Panel [sic]
Presented in retro packaging recreating Playmates' 1992 TNG releases. As a consequence of duplicating the original packaging's graphics, each TNG figure cardback erroneously states that they include Tricorder Holsters despite the new figures lacking them. Data similarly no longer has the original release's "access panels" despite the package's claim.
Commander William Riker Starfleet duty uniform (TNG seasons 3-7) 63143
  • Type II Hand Phaser
  • Tricorder with Holster [sic]
  • Directional U.V. Source
  • Field Kit with Detachable Analyzer
  • PADD
 
Captain Jean-Luc Picard Starfleet duty uniform (TNG seasons 3-7) 63147
  • Type I Hand Phaser
  • Tricorder with Holster [sic]
  • Personal View Screen
  • PADD
 
Admiral James T. Kirk Monster Maroon (Militaristic uniform) from Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan 63148
  • Type II Phaser
  • Starfleet Wrist Communicator
  • Captain's Log
Retro packaging recreating 1995's Classic Star Trek Movies release, in which Kirk and Spock were designed on their appearance in The Motion Picture, explaining why Kirk includes a wrist communicator despite them no longer being in use by the time of The Wrath of Khan.
Captain Spock Monster Maroon (Militaristic uniform) from Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan 63149
  • Engineering Tool
  • Starfeet Tricorder
  • Radiation Gloves
 
Khan Noonien Singh As seen in Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan 63150
  • Starfleet Phaser
  • Bowl of Ceti Eels
  • Genesis Control Box
 
Role-play and ships[]
Product Item # Accessories Sound/Light Variants/Notes
Classic Star Trek USS Enterprise NCC-1701 63208 Display stand
Classic Star Trek Phaser Replica 63231

2023 Releases[]

5-inch figures[]

Planned for release in 2022, the Prodigy figures were delayed and eventually given a limited release at online retailers. Each figure also includes a code to unlock in-game content in Star Trek: Prodigy - Supernova. A figure of Hologram Janeway was planned for inclusion in this assortment, but was canceled.

Star Trek: Prodigy – Asst. #63080
Character Uniform/Costume Stock No. Accessories Variants/Notes
Dal R'El & Murf 63081
  • 2x Type 1 phasers
Gwyndala 63082
  • Heirloom Sword
  • Heirloom Shield
  • Heirloom Bat’leth
Jankom Pog 63083
  • 2x Mechanical Arm Tools
  • Engineering wrench
Zero First season makeshift containment suit 63211
  • Tricorder
  • Medical Kit
Hologram Kathryn Janeway Starfleet duty uniform (2370s) N/A Canceled
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem: Turtles in Disguise Party Pack – Item #83342
Character Uniform/Costume Stock No. Accessories Variants/Notes
Donnie as Spock Blue sciences uniform
  • Phaser
  • Tricorder
A four pack of the Turtles in various disguises once again features a licensed crossover with a tribute figure to 1994's First Officer Donatello (No. 3454)
Ships[]
Product Item # Accessories Sound/Light Variants/Notes
USS Enterprise NCC-1701-D 63216 Display stand

Unproduced and cancelled items[]

Figures for an unproduced second assortment consisting of Worf, Geordi LaForge, Q, Seven of Nine, Star Trek: Strange New Worlds Pike and Strange New Worlds Spock, were allegedly shown at London ToyFair in 2023. They were never officially announced and ultimately went unreleased.

Gallery: Playmates Electronic Starships 1992-2023[]

Background information[]

Interactions with Star Trek parody and pop culture productions[]

  • In the Star Trek parody and pop culture-referencing television sitcom The Big Bang Theory, Playmates Star Trek action figures have made an appearance on at least on two occasions. The series is centered on four science nerds who are rabid fans and collectors of Star Trek, science fiction, and comics memorabilia. The 1994 "Battle-damaged Enterprise-D" model (No. 6171) was part of the bedroom standing set of main character Howard Wolowitz, and could be seen throughout the first six seasons of the series suspended from the ceiling. Episodes wherein specific Star Trek Playmates toys made one time appearances are:
    • "The Nerdvana Annihilation" (Season 1, episode 14): In this episode, central character Leonard Hofstadter, weary of collecting, decided to distribute his toy collection amongst his friends. Dismayed to see them arguing and competing for choice items, Leonard threatened to rip open the packaging of a rare edition of his Geordi La Forge action figure (in collector circles, items in mint condition in their unopened original packaging are the most valued) to escape from the fracas. He warned, "Okay. I did not want to do this but, I have here the rare mint condition production error Star Trek: The Next Generation Geordi La Forge, without his VISOR, in the original packaging. If you do not get out of my way, I will open it.", [9] thereby alluding to a rare production error version (valued even more highly by collectors) of the already rare 1992 first release of Playmates toy No. 6015 (see below).
    • Brent Spiner ripping open Sheldon Cooper's Playmates Wesley Crusher action figure

      Spiner ripping open Cooper's Playmates action figure

      "The Russian Rocket Reaction" (Season 5, episode 5): In this episode, Brent Spiner (as himself) thoughtlessly ripped open a signed first edition Wesley Crusher Playmates action figure (alluded to as the 1993 edition No. 6021) which Wil Wheaton (as himself) had just given to Sheldon Cooper as a peace offering. Spiner tried to make amends by offering his Data action figure to Cooper as a replacement, but was rebuffed when his action figure was deemed to be of lesser value. This was subsequently reinforced when Cooper's friends negotiated Spiner down on the price of his action figure from twenty dollars to two for fifteen and a promise that Spiner attend a birthday party.
      The Star Trek items used in the series, including these Playmates action figures, were from CBS Consumer Products archive. CBS is not only the broadcaster of The Big Bang Theory, but is also the owner of the Star Trek television franchise.
  • The documentary reality series FanAddicts! was a television series that explored fans of motion picture franchises, those in the science fiction, horror and fantasy genres in particular, and their obsession with collecting memorabilia of said genre productions. In the 2013 episode "Star Trek" (Season 1, episode 3), American collector Mark, owning a huge Star Trek memorabilia merchandise collection, went into detail about the production errors of several Star Trek Playmates action figures, revealing that people collecting these are known in collector circles as "variant collectors".
  • The history and development of the Playmates line was featured in the "Star Trek" episode of The Toys That Made Us in 2018.

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