Friday, January 30, 2015

EMvTW 23 - USS Honshu NCC-60205 (Nebula class)

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[Editor's Note (March 2016): This will mark my second re-write of this article.  Now that I've written over 50 of these Eaglemoss vs. The World articles, I feel like I've developed a certain style and flow to the articles and I wanted to make all of them have that same feel across the series.  Consider this the REFIT version of the original article.]

Welcome to the 23rd installment of my Eaglemoss vs. The World series.  For those of you who are new to my series, I use these articles to provide a comparison of Eaglemoss ships to other small scale manufactured models.  When I first started collecting small scale starships, I always wished for a resource that would show me how different manufacturers' ships compared to others of the same classification.  Now that I've amassed a bunch of models, I figured I would share my comparisons and my thoughts on those different models.

This article is going to focus on the Nebula class of starship.


My current collection consists of an Eaglemoss, a Furuta and two MicroMachines.

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

EMvTW 22 - Krenim Temporal Weapon Ship

NOTE:  You can click on most pictures to get a larger view of them.

[Editor's Note (March 2016): This will mark my second re-write of this article.  Now that I've written over 50 of these Eaglemoss vs. The World articles, I feel like I've developed a certain style and flow to the articles and I wanted to make all of them have that same feel across the series.  Consider this the REFIT version of the original article.]

Article number 22 of my Eaglemoss vs. The World series is going to be one of those super short write-ups.  I apologize, but only one company has ever produced this ship.  These sorts of articles make me uncomfortable as I am really writing these for comparison purposes.

I am of course referring to the Krenim Temporal Weapon Ship that we see in Voyager's two part episode called "The Year Of Hell".  And here is the only one I own.



EMvTW 21 - USS Enterprise NCC-1701-E (Sovereign class)

NOTE:  You can click on most pictures to get a larger view of them.

[Editor's Note (March 2016): This will mark my second re-write of this article.  Now that I've written over 50 of these Eaglemoss vs. The World articles, I feel like I've developed a certain style and flow to the articles and I wanted to make all of them have that same feel across the series.  Consider this the REFIT version of the original article.]

Welcome to the 21st article of my Eaglemoss vs. The World series.  I use these articles to provide a comparison of Eaglemoss ships to other small scale manufactured models.  When I first started collecting small scale starships, I always wished for a resource that would show me how different manufacturers ships compared to others of the same classification.  Now that I've amassed a bunch of models, I figured I would share my comparisons and my thoughts on those different models.

This article is going to focus on the USS Enterprise E.


My current collection consists of an Eaglemoss, a Furuta, and Hallmark and a MicroMachine model.  It has been a while since I had a Hallmark model in these reviews so this will be a nice addition to the series.

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

EMvTW 20 - Klingon Vor'cha class

NOTE:  You can click on most pictures to get a larger view of them.

[Editor's Note (March 2016): This will mark my second re-write of this article.  Now that I've written over 50 of these Eaglemoss vs. The World articles, I feel like I've developed a certain style and flow to the articles and I wanted to make all of them have that same feel across the series.  Consider this the REFIT version of the original article.]

Welcome to article number 20 of my Eaglemoss vs. The World series.  This article is focusing on the Klingon Vor-cha class attack cruiser and continues with my comparisons of Eaglemoss to other manufacturer's pre-built ships.


My collection currently consists of an Eaglemoss, a Furuta and two MicroMachine models.

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

EMvTW 19 - USS Stargazer NCC-2893 (Constellation class)

NOTE:  You can click on most pictures to get a larger view of them.

[Editor's Note (February 2016): This will mark my second re-write of this article.  Now that I've written over 50 of these Eaglemoss vs. The World articles, I feel like I've developed a certain style and flow to the articles and I wanted to make all of them have that same feel across the series.  Consider this the REFIT version of the original article.]

I'm happy to report that article number 19 of my Eaglemoss vs. The world series brings back the comparisons again.  For those of you new to my series, I use these articles to compare Eaglemoss ships with other similar sized pre-built and pre-painted ships by other manufacturers.  This information was something that I wish I had access to back when I first started collecting small scale pre-manufactured starships, so I figured, I would finally provide this service myself.

This article is going to focus on the USS Stargazer.


As you can see, my current collection consists of an Eaglemoss, a Furuta and a MicroMachine model.  I also purchased a Cozmo Heavy Industries model which I built, painted and wrote a review on.

Friday, January 16, 2015

EMvTW 18 - Bajoran Solar Sailor

NOTE:  You can click on most pictures to get a larger view of them.

[Editor's Note (February 2016): This will mark my second re-write of this article.  Now that I've written over 50 of these Eaglemoss vs. The World articles, I feel like I've developed a certain style and flow to the articles and I wanted to make all of them have that same feel across the series.  Consider this the REFIT version of the original article.]

Article number 18 of my Eaglemoss vs. The World series is yet again, another super short one. However, because of certain events surrounding this model, I can at least share some really good information with you.

I can promise that the next three articles will actually have some more meat to them and bring back the comparisons.

This time around, we bring you the Bajoran Solar Sail Ship otherwise known as the Lightship


My collection consists of an Eaglemoss and a MicroMachine ship.

EMvTW 17 - USS Dauntless NX-01-A (Dauntless Class)

NOTE:  You can click on most pictures to get a larger view of them.

[Editor's Note (February 2016): This will mark my second re-write of this article.  Now that I've written over 50 of these Eaglemoss vs. The World articles, I feel like I've developed a certain style and flow to the articles and I wanted to make all of them have that same feel across the series.  Consider this the REFIT version of the original article.]

Welcome to the 17th installment of my "Eaglemoss vs. The World" series.  For those of you new to my series, I use these articles to compare Eaglemoss ships with other similar sized ships by other manufacturers.  This information was something that I wish I had access to back when I first started collecting small scale starships, so I figured, I would finally provide this service myself.

This article is going to focus on the USS Dauntless.


Unfortunately, this is going to be a REALLY short article as there is only one manufacturer who has made this ship in a pre-built and pre-painted model.

EMvTW 16 - Ferengi D'Kora class Marauder

NOTE:  You can click on most pictures to get a larger view of them.

[Editor's Note (February 2016): This will mark my second re-write of this article.  Now that I've written over 50 of these Eaglemoss vs. The World articles, I feel like I've developed a certain style and flow to the articles and I wanted to make all of them have that same feel across the series.  Consider this the REFIT version of the original article.]

Welcome to the 16th installment of my "Eaglemoss vs. The World" series.  For those of you new to my series, I use these articles to compare Eaglemoss ships with other similar sized ships by other manufacturers.  This information was something that I wish I had access to back when I first started collecting small scale starships, so I figured, I would finally provide this service myself.

This article is going to focus on the Ferengi D'Kora class Marauder.


As you can see, my collection consists of an Eaglemoss, Furuta, MicroMachine as well as an AMT model that I built and painted.

Monday, January 12, 2015

EMvTW 15 - USS Equinox NCC-72381 (Nova class)

NOTE:  You can click on most pictures to get a larger view of them.

[Editor's Note (February 2016): This will mark my second re-write of this article.  Now that I've written over 50 of these Eaglemoss vs. The World articles, I feel like I've developed a certain style and flow to the articles and I wanted to make all of them have that same feel across the series.  Consider this the REFIT version of the original article.]

Welcome to issue number 15 of my Eaglemoss vs. The World series.  In this article, we are going to take a good look at the USS Equinox, a Nova Class starship that was featured in Star Trek Voyager.  Although this will be a relatively shorter article as compared to the USS Reliant article, I am pleased by the fact that I at least get to still do some comparisons.


As you can see from my picture, I currently own an Eaglemoss, a Furuta and a Micro Machine version of this ship.