The first episode of Star Trek aired 55 years ago today. To celebrate, we’re partnering with the Noble Collection from Noble Toys to bring one of you a Star Trek BendyFig of your own!
Noble Toys is offering the BendyFig for this giveaway and provided free products to review. Excitement is my own.
Did anyone really know when “The Trapped Man” aired how influential Star Trek would be on our culture? I don’t really see how they could. 55 years later I still watch episodes while I’m doing chores or just lounging around trying to keep existential crises at bay. After checking out BendyFigs at the Sweet Suite a while back, I was excited when Noble Toys offered us a BendyFig to give away to one of you!
Of course, I MIGHT have played with a couple myself. Just to make sure they were, you know, quality. Don’t come at me for taking them out of the box- I have plenty of boxed collectibles, and I just wanted to play with these.
I will tell you, these were a lot more robust than I expected. You can really bend them firmly, and you kind of have to in the beginning to loosen them up. Check out the unboxing here:
In case you want to skip the unboxing, these are the ones I got:
If you want your own Star Trek BendyFig, head over to our Rafflecopter giveaway and start entering! You can enter once a day by Tweeting the giveaway post.
We’ve got full giveaway details on the Rafflecopter, but I have to warn you of three things right up front:
- There is no cash alternative to this prize.
- The BendyFig our winner will get is at the Noble Collection’s discretion. We can pass along a request but they’re at no obligation to comply.
- Prizes must be shipped within the continental United States. Sorry to our fans elsewhere! Shipping is wildly expensive these days what with *waves around at everything*.
Good luck, Trekkies! Don’t forget to celebrate the anniversary by leaving Star Trek up on Netflix.
And do check the official website to see what’s available in the BendyFig line.
Khai is a writer, anthropologist, and games enthusiast. She is co-editor (alongside Alex DeCampi) of and contributor to “True War Stories”, a comic anthology published by Z2 Comics. When she’s not writing or creating games, Khai likes to run more tabletop RPGs than one person should reasonably juggle.
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