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Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Live Long and Prosper! Star Trek Talking Spock Bobble Head – Convention Exclusive


At San Diego Comic-Con 2017, celebrate the life and legacy of both Spock and the actor who brought him so memorably to life, Leonard Nimoy, with the debut of this resin from Bif Bang Pow!.

Standing 6-1/4 inches tall (excluding his Starfleet delta-shaped base), this Convention Exclusive presents Spock in his blue sciences officer’s tunic and black uniform trousers. Plus, with the push a button found on the base, you can hear six sounds clips from the show: “Transporter room, ready to beam up”; “Insufficient facts always invite danger” (from “Space Seed”); “Vulcans never bluff” (from “The Doomsday Machine”); and the signature Spock sayings, “Fascinating,” “Highly illogical,” and “Live long and prosper.”

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The first opportunity fans can grab this individually numbered and limited-edition exclusive will be at San Diego Comic-Con on July 20, 2017 in the Entertainment Earth booth (#2343)!

Not attending San Diego Comic-Con 2017? * Pre-order the at Entertainment Earth now!

(*NOTE: This item will first be sold during San Diego Comic-Con 2017 at the Entertainment Earth Booth #2343. If supplies remain after the show, pre-orders will be filled and shipped to you then, in August 2017.)

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Monday, December 05, 2016

Now in Stock! Explorer the Final Frontier with the First-Ever Wooden Pin Mate™ Playset


Take an adventure like never before with the from Bif Bang Pow! - in stock now at Entertainment Earth.

Hop aboard the U.S.S. Enterprise and travel to unknown worlds far and wide for hours of space exploration with this unique and rare wooden playset is designed in a retro-style and features 360-degree artwork on the interior and exterior. Inside, the bridge playset comes complete with a Captain's Chair and various work stations surrounding the perimeter. Plus, you can choose to enjoy the playset from above (with bridge completely intact) or remove the front section of the bridge for tons of eye-level play.


Three rare Pin Mate™ wooden figures (Captain James T. Kirk in a green tunic, First Officer Spock in blue, and Nurse Chapel in blue) come with the playset and are also designed with intricate 360-degree artwork that includes hand-painted details alongside limited decals. Each character in the set measures 2-inches tall and is uniquely numbered on the bottom of the figure (as well as on the packaging): Captain Kirk is number 8; Spock is number 9; and Nurse Chapel is number 10.
Plus limited to only 500 units, each Entertainment Earth Exclusive set is individually numbered with a holographic sticker. Ages 14 and up.



So what are you waiting for? today, and travel to unexplored galaxies in the deepest part of the space from your own home!

Want more? Check out the complete from Bif Bang Pow! today.

TM & © 2016 CBS Studios Inc. STAR TREK and related marks and logos are trademarks of CBS Studios Inc. All Rights Reserved.

Thursday, November 03, 2016

Holiday Gift Guide: 8 Star Trek Bobbles for Your Favorite Trekkie



'Tis the season for gift shopping, which means three things: big crowds, long lines, and great deals! This year, skip the big crowds and long lines - go straight for the deals and shop at .

This week, Entertainment Earth has a Bobble BOGO: Buy 3, Get 1 Free offer - which can help you knock a few people off your list! And Bif Bang Pow! has an awesome selection of for the Trekkie(s) in your life.

Here are 8 top Star Trek bobbles for the holidays:

8)
Captain Jean-Luc Picard, commanding officer of the U.S.S. Enterprise, looks spiffy in his dark-red Starfleet uniform with black pants and boots. Made of resin, he stands about 7-inches tall including The Next Generation-themed base. Sculpted by 3D Systems a.k.a. Gentle Giant, the head features remarkable likeness of actor Patrick Stewart.



7)
Can you sense nearby Borg activity? She can! Measuring 7-inches tall, this resin bobble head celebrates Star Trek: Voyager's Seven of Nine in her famed red dress from Episode #164, "Human Error," as she stands on top a delta-logo base that includes her name.



6)
Guinan awaits you in this 7-inch scale resin bobble head that has her dressed in rich purple, standing behind a bar replica from the Enterprise's Ten Forward lounge! Guinan connects with the Q Bobble Head to form a mini Ten Forward bar scene, too. Q bobble sold separately.


5)
Complete a mini Ten Forward bar scene in true bobble fashion! Looking awesome as a 7-inch scale resin bobble head, Q is wearing his replica of Picard's red uniform and leaning on a piece of the Ten Forward bar that connects to Guinan. Guinan bobble sold separately.


4)
Oh My! Featuring Sulu (as portrayed in Star Trek: The Original Series episode “The Naked Time”), this unique all-resin bobble is a must have for any classic Trek collector! Measuring 7-inches tall, the muscular lieutenant is showcased with his infamous sword while standing on top a delta-logo base that includes his name.


3)
Now collectors can proudly display all five of Starfleets most prominent commanding officers as 4-inch scale miniature resin bobble heads. Each figure showcases one of the five captains with their ship specific captain's chair that can attach to a flat surface with a non-damaging adhesive pad on the base.


2)
Celebrate the legacy of Star Trek with this one-of-a-kind U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701 bobble ship plated with real 24kt gold. Spring loaded between the ship and the base, the deluxe monitor mate measures 2 1/2-inches long and 2 1/2-inches tall and includes a non-damaging adhesive pad that sticks to flat surfaces.


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On a Star Trek-themed base measuring 7-inches tall x 4 3/4-inches wide, with lirpa weapons in hand, Kirk and Spock battle and bobble at the head while you look on in astonishment. Taken from the "Amok Time" episode, the extraordinary resin piece also plays the music from the fight scene with the push of a button.



Plus for a limited-time only, receive FREE U.S. shipping on in-stock orders of $59 or more. Save even more (while offer lasts) and use coupon code "EARLYBIRD" during check out to save an additional $20 on any in-stock order of $100 or more.

Don't wait! Visit to score these unique items and more today.

Monday, August 22, 2016

Explorer the Final Frontier with the First-Ever Wooden Pin Mate™ Playset


Take an adventure like never before with the from Bif Bang Pow! - available for pre-order at Entertainment Earth.

Hop aboard the U.S.S. Enterprise and travel to unknown worlds far and wide for hours of space exploration with this unique and rare wooden playset is designed in a retro-style and features 360-degree artwork on the interior and exterior. Inside, the bridge playset comes complete with a Captain's Chair and various work stations surrounding the perimeter. Plus, you can choose to enjoy the playset from above (with bridge completely intact) or remove the front section of the bridge for tons of eye-level play.


Three rare Pin Mate™ wooden figures (Captain James T. Kirk in a green tunic, First Officer Spock in blue, and Nurse Chapel in blue) come with the playset and are also designed with intricate 360-degree artwork that includes hand-painted details alongside limited decals. Each character in the set measures 2-inches tall and is uniquely numbered on the bottom of the figure (as well as on the packaging): Captain Kirk is number 8; Spock is number 9; and Nurse Chapel is number 10.

Plus limited to only 500 units, each Entertainment Earth Exclusive set is individually numbered with a holographic sticker. Ages 14 and up.

So what are you waiting for? today, and travel to unexplored galaxies in the deepest part of the space from your own home!

Want more? Check out the complete from Bif Bang Pow! today.


TM & © 2016 CBS Studios Inc. STAR TREK and related marks and logos are trademarks of CBS Studios Inc. All Rights Reserved.

Friday, June 03, 2016

Captain Kirk and Spock Duel to the Death as Exclusive "Amok Time" Bobble Heads



It's captain vs. first officer with from Bif Bang Pow - only at Entertainment Earth!

Captain James T. Kirk and First Officer Spock square off in a duel to the death in this spectacular bobbling duo taken from the "Amok Time" episode of Star Trek: The Original Series. Standing on a Star Trek-themed base (measuring 7-inches tall x 4 3/4-inches wide), Kirk and Spock battle and bobble with lirpa weapons in hand!



With a simple push of a button, the iconic fight scene's music plays from the extraordinary resin piece - bringing the duel intensity to life. Limited to only 2,502 pieces, each Entertainment Earth Convention Exclusive is individually numbered with a holographic sticker. Sound device includes 2x LR44 (AG13) 1.5v batteries that are replaceable. Ages 14 and up.

The first opportunity fans will have to grab this limited edition Star Trek 50th anniversary exclusive will be at San Diego Comic-Con on July 20, 2016 in the Entertainment Earth booth (#2343)!

Not attending San Diego Comic-Con 2016? * at Entertainment Earth now!

(*NOTE: This item will first be sold during San Diego Comic-Con 2016 at Entertainment Earth Booth #2343. If supplies remain after the show, pre-orders will be filled and shipped to you then - in August 2016.)

Continue to check Entertainment Earth for the .

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Friday, May 27, 2016

Spock Bobble Head - Back in Stock by Popular Demand!



Live long and bobble... er, prosper! The from Bif Bang Pow! is back in stock by popular demand at Entertainment Earth.

Beamed directly from the Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan feature film, this Star Trek The Wrath of Khan Spock Bobble Head presents Captain Spock in his spiffy red Starfleet uniform with black pants and boots, fingers parted in the traditional Vulcan salute, wishing you his iconic "live long and prosper." Made of resin, he stands about 7-inches tall (including the themed base) and features a remarkable likeness to actor Leonard Nimoy.



Spock makes a terrific companion piece to the rest of the Wrath of Khan Bobble Heads: Khan, Kirk, Chief Engineer Scotty, Dr. McCoy, Commander Uhura, Commander Sulu, and Commander Chekov (each sold separately) - all available at Entertainment Earth.

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Boldly Swim with this New Exclusive from Entertainment Earth



Space might be the final frontier, but the sea is still just as fascinating. Now you’ll be able to bobble with some beauties of the deep blue sea thanks to the from Bif Bang Pow!.

The exceptionally detailed collectible features a miniature-sized Spock swimming with two humpback whales as depicted in the motion picture, Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home. Unlike other bobble heads, the unique aspect of this collectible is the fact the tail of each whale bobbles instead of the head. And, making it a true collectible, the run will be limited to just 1,998 convention-exclusive pieces, each individually numbered.
  
Available for the first time on July 8, 2015 at the Entertainment Earth booth #2343 at San Diego Comic-Con, fans will have the first opportunity to grab this individually numbered and limited edition exclusive! 

Not attending San Diego Comic-Con 2015?  *PRE-ORDER your at Entertainment Earth now!
(*NOTE: Pre-orders made before San Diego Comic-Con 2015 are not guaranteed to be fulfilled based on limited supplies. Available units will ship after Comic-Con 2015 while supplies last.)

Stay tuned to Entertainment Earth News and all of our social media networks for the latest SDCC reveal news.



Friday, February 27, 2015

He Lived Long and Prospered: Leonard Nimoy Remembered (1931 - 2015)



It's with a heavy heart and great sadness that Bif Bang Pow! has learned Leonard Nimoy passed away today at the age of 83. The legendary pop-culture icon and beloved family man is widely recognized for his portrayal of Lieutenant science officer Spock within the Star Trek franchise. 

From all of us at Bif Bang Pow!, we send our greatest condolences and sympathies to Leonard Nimoy's family, friends and his countless fans around the globe.

R.I.P. Mr. Nimoy (1931 - 2015)


[For more info on the life and achievements of Leonard Nimoy, please see the post at which is also reposed below.



 is deeply saddened to report the passing of Leonard Nimoy. The legend -- an actor, writer, producer, director, poet, host, voiceover artist, photographer, husband, father and grandfather, as well as Star Trek's beloved Spock -- died today at the age of 83 at his home in Los Angeles. Nimoy succumbed to the end stages of COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease), an illness that resulted from years of smoking and which afflicted him despite having quit smoking three decades ago. In 2014, he announced via Twitter that he was battling COPD and urged fans to stop smoking before it was too late.


Nimoy's career spanned generations. Born and raised in Boston, he started acting as a boy, but moved to Los Angeles at age 18 to give it a go on a professional level. He worked his way up from small roles in the likes of Queen for a Day, Zombies of the Stratosphere and Them! to major guest star turns in such shows as Broken Arrow, Dragnet, Sea Hunt, Twilight Zone, Wagon Train and The Outer Limits. At one point, he acted in an episode of The Lieutenant, a show written and created by a rising behind-the-scenes talent named Gene Roddenberry, and he acted in an episode of The Man from U.N.C.L.E. with a young Canadian by the name of William Shatner.


It wouldn't be long before their lives intersected again. Roddenberry created , tapping Nimoy to play Spock and Jeffrey Hunter to play Captain Pike. NBC rejected the pilot, but asked Roddenberry to try again. The second pilot once again featured Nimoy as Spock, but after Hunter opted out of his contract, Roddenberry hired Shatner to play Captain Kirk. DeForest Kelley, who'd turned down the role of Spock, came on board to portray Dr. McCoy, and that unforgettable trio -- complemented by Nichelle Nichols, James Doohan, George Takei and, starting with season two, Walter Koenig -- formed the cast that would see Star Trek through three seasons of the original show, 20-plus episodes of an animated series and six feature films, not to mention numerous television commercials and countless convention appearances.


Nimoy at times waged an internal battle when it came to Spock. He titled his first autobiography I Am Not Spock. Twenty years later, though, he wrote I Am Spock. He turned down the proposed Star Trek: Phase IIseries, but returned for . Spock died in , only to be resurrected for , which Nimoy directed. He also directed  and produced and developed the story for , and, as a tie-in, he guest starred as Ambassador Spock on two episodes of . And in 2009, after 18 long years, Nimoy helped J.J. Abrams reboot the Star Trek franchise by playing Spock Prime in , passing the torch to Zachary Quinto, who became a close friend. He also voiced Spock for Star Trek Online, made a cameo in Star Trek Into Darkness and was reportedly in talks to appear in the upcoming Star Trek film at the time of his death.


Beyond Star Trek, Nimoy's many film, TV and stage credits included Mission: Impossible, A Woman Called Golda, In Search Of..., Equus, Never Forget, Vincent, Standby: Lights! Camera! Action!, The Simpsons, Transformers: Dark of the Moon and Fringe. With his friend and TNG's Q, John de Lancie, he created Alien Voices, which staged and recorded radio play-style productions of classic and original sci-fi/fantasy stories. And yes, who could forget Nimoy's music pursuits, which included such tunes as "Proud Mary" and "The Legend of Bilbo Baggins"? Nimoy joined Twitter in 2010 and gave William Shatner a run for his money, tweeting more than 1,700 times and amassing more than one million followers.


He was also a friend to , helping re-launch the site in 2010 with an opening statement, granting an extensive, career-spanning interview in 2011, contributing a guest blog in 2012 about his creation of the split-fingered Vulcan greeting, and checking in with us often over the years for interviews and with updates on his current projects, as well as to answer specific questions about Star Trek as they came up. He ended his emails to us as he did every tweet to the public, with the acronym LLAP... Live Long and Prosper.
Back in May 2012,  teased Nimoy about being the busiest retired man in history. Asked if he truly considered himself retired, Nimoy replied, "Yeah, I do. I am. Look, I liken myself to a steamship that's been going full-blast and the captain pulls that handle back and then says, 'Full stop,' but the ship doesn't stop. It keeps moving from inertia. It keeps moving. It keeps moving. It'll start slowing down, but it doesn't stop. It doesn't come to a dead stop. That's the way I am. I still have a few odds and ends things that I enjoy doing. I don't want to get up in the morning and have nothing to do that day. That would be boring." Perfectly logical, right? And in his final tweet, which he posted on Feb. 23, Nimoy wrote, "A life is like a garden. Perfect moments can be had, but not preserved, except in memory.  LLAP."
Nimoy leaves behind his wife, Susan Bay, two children and several grandchildren. Please join  in offering our condolences to his family, friends, colleagues and millions of fans around the galaxy.