Join me for two Trek tales from Peter Pan Records
Hit play on the audio and flip through the pages of these original stories from the 1970s.
How much would you pay for the 1967 Leaf card set?
In which I decide on a price, only to have this coveted collectible snatched away.
Share in the glory that is the (reprinted) Leaf cards
They are almost as good as the real things.
Revisiting the FTCC cards for Khan’s 40th anniversary
They’re big, relatively scarce and I do like them, but the quality is not stellar.
Cigarettes for kids – and 12 wild Star Trek cards
Accuracy was simply not the point — and that makes the 1971 Primrose card set a lot of fun.
Thank you, Doug Drexler, for trying to save the Gold Key comics
Before Doug Drexler’s huge contributions to four Star Trek series and five movies, he did his best to save the Gold Key comics.
33 stickers that take you back to Star Trek collecting in the ’70s
You have likely never seen this licensed Star Trek kids’ booklet. It was made in Canada and the only one I have ever seen in person is the one I own. But you can download a copy right here.