Geekology: Star Trek’s Phoenix and Xindi Aquatic vessel from Eaglemoss.

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The Geekology team continue their reviews of the releases from Eaglemoss’ Star Trek: The Official Starships Collection publication. #Eaglemosh

The series, sold as a “part-work” in the UK, includes a die cast & plastic model of a particular starship with each issue. After a test run of 5 issues in the UK in 2012 the series launched properly into multiple markets. The UK fan base gets all the releases first. Zefram Cochrane’s Pheonix as seen in Star Trek: First Contact and the Xindi Aquatic vessel from the third season of Star Trek: Enterprise are reviewed in this video, which are issues 64 and 65 of the series which recently was extended to 110 issues.

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The Phoenix, in universe, is the first human Warp vessel created from a Titan ICBM (nuclear) missile. The Xindi Aquatic vessel carried the whale-like species that made up part of the Xindi as they waged war on Earth in Star Trek: Enterprise.

The team try to keep the episodes under 20 minutes, but keep watching after the end credits… there’s often bloopers 😉 You will also usually find higher resolution photos on their website to go with their video releases.

Geekology is a sci-fi, fantasy and general geek webshow where two friends basically chat about stuff and review things. Other episodes include reviews of Transformers releases and more general science fiction and fantasy content. A seperate webshow on their channel, 4M@ covers video gaming too!

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A professional writer with a couple of decades of writing under his belt, including working on Micro Mart and Model & Collectors Mart, Sven was also the co-founder of Auto Assembly, and long-time Infinite Frontiers team member. This fandom veteran also heads up Geekology on YouTube, as well as the local sci-fi groups; Spacedock Birmingham (Star Trek) and Autobase Birmingham (Transformers), and is an Amiga fan as well!