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With the new slimline cased box sets coming out overseas, and at a cheaper price...  Can we not also soon expect this to happen in the States as well?
I'd buy "Star Trek" and "Enterprise" if the price was normal for a TV Box set (Around $45 Canadian).
Jonny "Me You" wrote: Which, I think is lame. They should lower their prices by a lot instead.Hear Hear!!!
One of the most overprised box sets in modern history! They would sell heaps if they only lowered the price...
Here's a bit of news I just found out today...

The latest trend in Hollywood is to go ‘young.’

It worked for Batman, and producers of the new Superman and James Bond movies are following suit.

The latest classic series to turn back time? Star Trek.

Not surprising given the last film, Star Trek: Nemesis crashed and burned at the box office more than three years ago.

The as-yet-untitled eleventh installment will reportedly centre on the early days of original Trek characters James T. Kirk and Mr. Spock, including their meeting at Starfleet Academy and their first outer space mission.

J.J. Abrams will apparently direct the feature, which is tentatively slated for a fall 2008 release through Paramount Pictures. Abrams just finished directing Tom Cruise in the latest cinematic episode of a series that’s still going strong, Mission Impossible.

Studio executives are hoping Abrams, along with the back-to-the-beginning concept, will boost the series’s sagging popularity on both the big and small screens.

The 10th film, Star Trek: Nemesis earned just $43 million at the North American box office after it was released in December, 2002.

And last year, UPN pulled the plug on its television series Star Trek: Enterprise after it received low ratings in its four-season run.

Batman Begins, which examined how a young Bruce Wayne transformed into the Gotham crime fighter, was one of 2005’s most successful blockbusters, grossing more than $200 million at the U.S. box office.

Superman Returns, opening in June, stars newcomer Brandon Routh as a boyish Man of Steel, and Casino Royale, the new James Bond film starring Brit up-and-comer Daniel Craig as 007 at the beginning of his spy career, is due out this fall.
I dont think "Aliens" are the themes.. take a look at "Time Travel"
There was a poll on months ago, and I think in all there were like 10 categories of aliens to choose from. Of those, I think half were going to end up as sets.

Which, I think is lame. They should lower their prices by a lot instead.

Speaking of lame
Star Trek - Fan Collective Sets
Does anyone know how many are planned for release?

I already own Borg and Time Travel, Q and Klingon are annouced..

What other? Does anyone know?