Star Trek 2021 Calendar Previews
Before we know it, 2021 will be here and Star Trek fans will be ready for a new Trek-themed calendar.
Six different calendars are available; the popular Ships of the Line wall calendar, a Star Trek: Picard calendar, a Star Trek: Discovery calendar, a Star Trek original series calendar, a Star Trek Daily calendar, and a Star Trek: Cats wall calendar.
The Star Trek Ships of the Line calendar, which can be pre-ordered here for $15.99, is a fan favorite. Ships included this year are the NX-01, USS Enterprise-A, Enterprise-E and Son’a battleship, Defiant at Deep Space Nine, refit USS Enterprise, DM Phoenix,Romulan Bird of Prey (centerfold), NX Class ship and more.
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Next up is the Star Trek: Picard 2021 Wall Calendar, due out August 4. It can be pre-ordered here, for a cost of $14.99. Click on the thumbnails below to see full-sized images.
Fans of Star Trek: Discovery can order the Star Trek: Discovery 2021 Wall Calendar, due out July 7 and costing $14.99. This calendar features photos from various episodes, including the characters from the show as well as a few guest stars. To pre-order this calendar, head to the link located here. Click on thumbnails below to see full-sized images.
For fans of the original series, there’s a calendar for you too. Due out June 30, the Star Trek 2021 Wall Calendar features images from twelve different episodes. The Star Trek 2021 Wall Calendar will cost $14.99 and can be pre-ordered here. Click on thumbnails below to see full-sized images.
The Star Trek Daily 2021 Day-to-Day Calendar, due out September 29, will help you keep track of your appointments and important events. Costing $15.99, the Star Trek Daily 2021 Day-to-Day Calendar can be pre-ordered here. Click on thumbnails below to see full-sized images.
Finally, cat lovers will enjoy the Star Trek: Cats 2021 Wall Calendar, due out July 7. To order this calendar, which will cost $14.99, head to the link located here. Click on the thumbnails below to see full-sized images.
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