Star Trek Enterprise Shuttle Service Poster
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Star Trek Enterprise Shuttle Service Poster

SKU ID #440361
$25.00
A retro styled travel poster for the Enterprise's Galileo Shuttle. Printed on heavyweight, acid-free coverstock. By artist Steve Thomas for Bye Bye Robot.
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  • Color: Multi-colored
  • Dimensions: 16 x 24 inches
  • Made Of: Acid-free coverstock

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3 Reviews
4.3

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4.3

(based on 3 reviews)

67%

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5.0

LOVE IT! While it's totally Star Trek, it is not corny.

By BrandtBrand

from New York City

About Me Casual Fan

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Authentic Design

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Decoration

    Comments about this product:

    This Star Trek poster is a beautiful work of art that doesn't feel over-the-top Star Trek. (not that there is anything wrong with over-the-top Star Trek anything!) Eg, if your significant other who may not like Star Trek, they won't mind you framing this one!

     
    5.0

    Nice addition to collection.

    By AJinArizona

    from Glendale, AZ

    About Me Casual Fan

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Authentic Design
    • Durable Construction
    • Unique Item

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Decoration

      Comments about this product:

      Added to my office collection.

      (5 of 15 customers found this review helpful)

       
      3.0

      An odd destination for a vacation

      By The Star Trekker

      from Ontario, Canada

      Comments about this product:

      In the time period when that model of shuttle was in use, Cestus III was a disputed world and the site of a massacre by the Gorn, of over 500 Federation personnel. Not to mention, its location at the farthest frontier of Federation space, means it takes weeks to travel there. Who would spend that length of time, travelling to a desolate, desert wasteland, where you're likely to be murdered by giant lizard people? And, who would design a tourism poster trying to lure people there? This poster makes no sense!

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