Doctor Who / Star Trek The Next Generation Monitor Mates in Tin Tote is a Convention Exclusive from Bif Bang Pow! that features a tin tote with J.K. Woodward's artwork from IDW’s sci-fi crossover Star Trek: The Next Generation / Doctor Who: Assimilation2 limited series comic books. This is your only chance to purchase a limited edition item based on this once-in-a-lifetime crossover event! The metal tin tote box measures about 8 5/8-inches wide x 6 3/4-inches tall x 4-inches deep. Ages 14 and up.
This incredible set also includes 2 miniature bobble heads, a Star Trek: The Next Generation U.S.S. Enterprise 1701-D Monitor Mate™ with clear base (shipped later via online registration) and a Doctor Who TARDIS Monitor Mate™ with clear base! Clear bases for these "ships" are exclusive to this set only! The mini-bobbles can be mounted separately or together on the included fold-out comic book replica diorama (and then on your monitor, if you like) using the included adhesive wedges and adhesive strips. Please note: The TARDIS comes packaged in the tote along with a certificate instructing you how to receive your exclusive U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D via mail.
You can have the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D sitting right there on your computer monitor with the out-of-this-world Star Trek: The Next Generation Enterprise Monitor Mate™ with clear base. Crafted of PVC plastic, this TNG starship mini bobble head measures about 2 5/8-inches long x 1 7/8-inches tall (including the logo base) and features a non-damaging adhesive pad that sticks it to the included wedge or your monitor.
A tiny TARDIS for your monitor! It's pretty tough to top having a TARDIS sitting there on your monitor each time you sit down at the computer. This dark-blue pseudo-phone-box based on the Doctor Who TV series stands about 3-inches tall, not including its exclusive clear base that includes a non-damaging adhesive pad that adheres nicely to the included wedge or your monitor. The finely detailed mini bobble head of the Doctor's time machine is made of PVC plastic, and the entire TARDIS bobbles!
One of the largest cult phenomena of our time, Star Trek is a science-fiction entertainment franchise based on a fictional universe created by Gene Roddenberry. It includes a multitude of television series, movies, video and computer games, novels, and more depicting an optimistic future in which mankind has risen above past frailties and vices to unite with other intelligent species in the galaxy to explore the cosmos, discover new worlds, and encounter new civilizations - "To boldly go where no one has gone before!"
Produced by the BBC, Doctor Who is the longest-running sci-fi TV series in the world. The award-winning show presents the adventures of a time traveler known simply as "the Doctor." Along with his companions, this mysterious Time Lord journeys through time and space using his TARDIS, which appears from the outside to be an ordinary police phone booth.