(written from a Production point of view)
In April 2006, GE Fabbri debuted the Star Trek: The Figurine Collection, a partwork featuring painted ten to eleven centimeter-tall white metal figurines of prominent characters from the Star Trek universe.
A sixteen-page companion magazine was included with each 1:18 scale model, and only five issues saw a limited release through retail and subscription. Ben Robinson served as the project manager for this product line.
A dedicated display stand and figurines of Locutus and a member of Species 8472 were planned as gift premiums but were not put into mass production following the company's discontinuation of the line due to a "lack of interest".
Market research conducted for this line indicated that the public would be more interested in starship miniatures than character figurines, providing GE Fabbri's successor company, Eaglemoss/Hero Collector, with the impetus to later commission the Star Trek: The Official Starships Collection and its related partworks. The starships lines received a very positive response at retail but Eaglemoss' Star Trek: The Official Busts Collection did not fare as well and was discontinued after the release of twelve character busts. 
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