(written from a Production point of view)
Star Trek Universe: The Official Starships Collection is a forthcoming British partwork magazine and product line that is slated to premiere in April 2021 and will be published by Eaglemoss Collections under its Hero Collector imprint.
The line is scheduled to debut simultaneously in the UK, Europe, and the US, and will be available in a number of countries worldwide. Subscriptions are available to select countries, and products will be widely retailed by the company's international webshops and many other retailers.
Each sixteen-page issue will include a (roughly) six to ten inch-long (150 to 250 mm-long) hand-painted  scaled replica of a starship from Star Trek: Discovery, Star Trek: Picard, and/or Star Trek: Strange New Worlds.
It will later serve as a continuation of the Star Trek: Discovery The Official Starships Collection, as part of its scope, and may grow to encompass future Star Trek projects that are currently in production.
Once again, Ben Robinson will act as the senior manager of the project and a co-author and co-editor of the accompanying magazines.
Gift premiums will be released to subscribers and larger Special Edition starship models have been scheduled. XL Edition models of some popular "hero ships" from the above Star Trek shows will also be manufactured for (and retailed within) the first Official Starships Collection.
A sister publication of the Star Trek: The Official Starships Collection, Star Trek: The Next Generation Build The USS Enterprise NCC-1701-D, and Star Trek Online Starships Collection lines, it is authorized and licensed by CBS Consumer Products.
Star Trek: Picard The Official Starships Collection
|(02)||USS Zheng He
|(04)||Fenris Ranger Ship|
|(06)||Romulan Bomber Warbird|
Renders of upcoming starship models appeared in promotional material and on mock-ups of the box artwork.
|Oh's Romulan warbird|
|Hunhau transport ship|
|USS Discovery NCC-1031-A (refit)|
|USS Voyager NCC-74656-J|
|Unidentified four-nacelled 32nd century Starfleet ship|
Pin badge set
First previewed as a forthcoming product through the company's US webshop in early 2021, this set will also be distributed as a gift premium.
|Star Trek: Picard Pin Badge Set|
Subscribers will receive gift premiums at predetermined delivery milestones during the duration of the partwork's run, and vary in different territories.
|1st||Star Trek: Picard Pin Badge Set
(early subscriber bonus)
|3rd||'Speed of Light' plaque|
|5th||Metal mug with Starfleet Headquarters logo
(early subscriber bonus for UK/EU)
|6th||USS Toussaint (Inquiry-class)|
|8th||Star Trek Universe-themed print
In July 2020, the company announced that its Discovery starship line and its subscriptions would be suspended after the release of issue 33, due to production delays with the third season of DIS and the resulting lack of new CG assets.
Eaglemoss further reported in October 2020 that it planned to release more starship models from DIS in a future starships line, combined with ships from Picard and Strange New Worlds,  and later indicated that the 32nd century Federation fleet from the third season of DIS would be produced.  Additionally, a number of unused Klingon starship designs from the DIS partwork may eventually be put into production. 
In February 2021, Robinson reconfirmed that the Universe line will begin with ten ships from Picard and then pivot to Discovery vessels. Robinson had yet to receive any CG assets of starships from the Strange New Worlds production but revealed that he had received four variants (two unique physical models in two distinct liveries) of the Inquiry-class starship from PIC's producers. 
Regarding a larger model of the retrofitted 32nd century USS Discovery, Robinson reported, "The hope is to get this out in 2021. We're doing what we can to accelerate an XL version of the Disco-A".  Although a formal announcement has not been made by the company, this Disco-A is currently listed (at M-A) within the Official Starships Collection, as a larger XL Edition model of La Sirena is already slated for release within it.
- The models are painted freehand and with the use of paint masks (templates), alongside pad and tampo printing processes. From CAD files made from conversions of the original CGI studio models, the earliest prototypes are 3D printed in resin and, once approved by Eaglemoss and the licensors, are tooled and manufactured in China using a variety of injection, vacuum, and compression molding techniques.