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Star Trek Beyond Movies Trading Cards
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Rittenhouse Archives presents STAR TREK Movies Trading Cards, based on the reboot feature film "Star Trek Beyond" 2016. Each box includes 2 Autograph Cards. A total of 52 Autograph Cards (including 4 Autograph Relic Cards) from all three new movies with 17 new signers. Star Trek Beyond bonus sets include: 15 card Quotable set (1:18), 9 card Metal Poster cards (1:144), 35 Uniform Relic and Pin cards (1:24), 85 Card Metal Parallel Base Set (1:24), 9 Card Anton Yelchin In Memoriam cards (1:24 Packs and numbered to 100), 6 card Leonard Nimoy In Memoriam Expansion cards (1:288 and numbered to 125), Sketch Cards from 30 different artists (1:288).

For every 6 cases purchased there was a Zoe Saldana autographed relic card. For every 9 cases purchased there was a Chris Pine autograph relic card. Each case comes with a plastic Movie Poster card. Archive boxes were given for every 18 cases purchased.

There is a custom designed 3-inch collector's album which contains an exclusive promo card P3.

I have created separate pages to show as many of the STAR TREK BEYOND PACK INSERTED SKETCHES and ARTIST RETURN SKETCHES as I can for this set. I will add images as I find them.
Manufacturer Date of release Production run Packs per box Cards per pack Card size
Rittenhouse Archives 13 December 2017 6,500 boxes 24 5 2½" x 3½"
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Base Set
01 1 Directed by: Justin Lin
Theatrical Release Date: July 22, 2016
Starring: Chris PIne (Captain Kirk) Zachary Quinto (Spock) Karl Urban (McCoy) Sinon Pegg (Scotty) Zoe Saldana (Uhura) John Cho (Sulu) Anton Yelchin (Chekov) Sofia Boutella (Jaylah) Idris Elba (Krall)
30 30 Elsewhere on the planet, Krall and his men herd the captured crew of the Enterprise into an undergound complex. Uhura accuses Krall of an act of war against the Federation. Krall shows no remorse and adds that he is counting on Kirk to try to rescue her and the other crew members. 58 58 Krall's top henchman, Manas, tells Krall to take the alien weapon and finish their mission, while Manas attempts to take down Kirk. The increasing number of holographic images of the Enterprise captain, however, makes it nearly impossible for Manas or the other alien soldiers to stop Kirk.
02 2 Representing the Fibonan Republic, Captain Kirk brings a message of goodwill and a gift to the Teenaxxi Delegation in an effor to broker peace. However, the Teenaxi Delegation refuses the gift, a piece of an ancient alien weapon, and attacks Kirk. While fending off the aliens, Kirk hails the Enterprise, and Scotty beams him back to the ship. 31 31 Spock and McCoy land their alien swarm ship on the planet, but Spock is gravely injured. McCoy realizes he needs to tend to Spock;s wounds immediately, or the Vulcan will die. Using an alien laser, McCoy cauterizes Spock's wound. 59 59 As Kirk and his many holographic clones speed through Krall's camp, Jaylah leads Spock and McCoy to where the captured crew of the Enterprise are being held. Jaylah hides atop one of the alien structures and shoots out several of Krall's men. Meanwhile, Sulu informs Spock that Krall has taken Uhura.
03 3 After Kirk returns to the Enterprise with the ancient alien artifac - originally intended as a gift from the Fibonan Republic to the Teenaxi Delegation, Spock places the item in storage aboard the ship. The Vulcan science officer uploads details of the item into Federation archives. 32 32 Scotty barely escapes with his life, after landing his pod, which soon falls hundreds of feet below him. The chief engineer eventually finds the crashed pod, only to find everything inoperable, including his communicator. Suddenly, three alien scavengers arrive, and Scotty must defend himself. 60 60 As Spock goes in search of Uhura, McCoy and Sulu lead the others to a safe location where Scotty and Chekov start to beam them aboard the Franklin, twenty people at a time.
04 4 Captain Kirk reflects on being in space for nearly three years and the challenges of feeling grounded when even gravity is artificial aboard the Enterprise. Kirk records in his captain's log the sacrifices made by his crew during their time in space and the ability of the engineering department, led by Scotty, to keep the ship functioning. 33 33 An alien woman with unusual black and white coloring distracts the alien scavengers who have threatened Scotty. Using a device that creates multiple hologrpahic images of herself, she takes down the scavengers, who retreat in defeat. She then turns her attention to Scotty, and questions him in English. 61 61 Manas surprises Jaylah, and the two, long-time adversaries wage a fierce hand-to-hand battle throughout the alien complex. Manas intially gains an advantage and taunts Jaylah by telling her that she will die just like her father, whom he killed. Fuelled by her rage, Jaylah reasserts herself and evens the fight.
05 5 McCoy pays a visit to Kirk in his private quarters and tries to cheer him up, since its [sic] Kirk's birthday, the same date that his father died. Together, they drink a toast to the deceased George Kirk. 34 34 The alien woman questions Scotty on his uniform insignia. She appears less threatening when Scotty reveals he is a member of Starfleet. The two strike a deal - she will help him find his crewmates, and he will help her fixx things. Finally, she reveals her name: Jaylah. 62 62 Spock cautiously works his way through Krall's compound in search of Uhura. Some of Krall's men surprise Spock, whose previous injuries prevent him from overpowering his attackers. Suddenly, Uhura appears, knocks out the attackers and saves Spock. Uhura is pleased to learn that Spock has come to rescue her.
06 6 Kirk and McCoy return to the bridge of the Enterprise as the ship approaches Yorktown, the Federation's newest and most advanced starbase, where the crew will enjoy some shore leave. 35 35 Kalara leads Kirk and Chekov through a jungle-like terrain, when suddenly they spot the wreckage of the Enterprise's saucer section. Chekov doubts that the ship may have any power, but Kirk remains stoically optimistic. Kirk remarks, "She still has a few tricks up her sleeve.... I'd bet on it." 63 63 In his own ship, Krall blasts off from the planet with his alien weapon, along with scores of swarn ships, all heading for Yorktown. Meanwhile, McCoy holds off Scotty and Chekov from beaming out until Spock and Uhura arrive. Krall's remaining soldiers soon close in on them.
07 7 shortly after arriving at Yorktown, two elder Vulcans approach Spock with news that Ambassador Spock has died. Spock wishes the two elder Vulcans to "live long and prosper." Alone with his thoughts, Spock appears shaken at this devsatating news. 36 36 McCoy tries to contact the Enterprise, as he and Spock move through the rocky terrain. Suddenly, the duo comes upon an abandoned shelter. Spock notes that the symbols on the walls are the same as those depicted on the artifact taken in the attack. Spock suddenly falls down in pain from the injuries sustained in the crash. 64 64 Seeing the remaining members of his crew in danger, Kirk speeds to their rescue and uses one of Jaylah's security devices to create a temporary shield. Krall's men are thwarted as Spock, McCoy, Uhura and the others beam safely to the Franklin.
08 8 Other members of the crew depart the Enterprise for shore leave at Yorktown, including Kirk and Sulu. The captain looks on admiringly, if not enviously, as Sulu revels in a warm reunion with his family. 37 37 Jaylah leads Scotty thorugh the rocky terrain, until they finally arrive at her "house," which Scotty soon realizes is actually a ship, and Jaylah needs his help to fix it, in order for her to leave the planet. When he questions whether it's actually her ship, she replies, "No, Montgomery Scotty. It's yours." The ship is the long lost U.S.S. Franklin. 65 65 Kirk and Jaylah are the only two members of the rescue team still left in Krall's compound, and she's locked in battle with Manas. As Scotty begins to beam Kirk back to the Franklin, the captain calls out to her to jump, as he propels himself into the air. Upon making contact with Kirk, Jaylah beams back to the ship with him. Rescue complete.
09 9 An unidentified, non-Federation spacecraft approaches Yorktown. Starbase security officers warn the vessel to power down and to await instructions. An alien woman suddenly comes on the view screen speaking an unfamiliar language, but appearing to send a distress call. 38 38 In the cover of darkness, Kirk, Chekov and Kalara elude Krall's patrols as they make their way through the wreckage of the Enterprise, to the bridge. Once there, Chekov reconfigures the scanners to mudulate for the crew's signals. Meanwhile, Kirk tells Kalara to come with him, as he left something behind in another part of the ship. 66 66 With all of the surviving Enterprise crew safely aboard the Franklin, Sulu informs Kirk that Krall intends to destroy Yorktown. Spock adds that it may just be the beginning. Kirk orders Scotty to prepare the Franklin to fly, so that they can stop Krall from carrying out his diabloical plot.
10 10 The alien woman, Kalara, comes aboard Yorktown and explains her situation, using a universal translator. She tells how she was on a science mission inside a nearby nebula when her ship suffered a critical malfunction. She took an escape pod before her ship crash-landed on a planet. Kalara asks for assistance in rescuing her ship and crew. 39 39 Uhura and Sulu escape from their holding cell and infiltrate Krall's complex. Inside one of the structures, Sulu identifies an old Magellan Probe, which the Federation would have used to find its way through the nebula. 67 67 As the crew prepares to launch the Franklin, Chekov announces that all systems are online and that the dilithium chambers are at 70% and climbing. Chekov reminds Sulu that they must achieve terminal velocity in order for the stabilizers to provide lift. They activate the ship, which slowly lurches forward.
11 11 Captain Kirk and Commodore Paris agree to send the Enterprise on the mission to rescue Kalara's ship and crew inside a nearby, but uncharted nebula. Meanwhile, Paris informs Kirk that Starfleet Command sent his application for vice-admiral at Yorktown. Kirk recommends that Spock shold replace him as captain of the Enterprise. 40 40 Sulu follows the power lines from the Magellan Probe to a computer station, where he and Uhura try sending a distress signal to Yorktown. Sulu discovers that Krall has been accessing Yorktown's database, including the Enterprise's ship files. Suddenly, Krall and his men arrive and return Sulu and Uhura to their holdnig cells. 68 68 The Franklin careers over the side of a cliff and accelerates towards terminal velocity. The ship nearly crashes, but the stabilizers activate just in time to provide the lift needed to break free of the planet's gravity and to thrust itself back into space.
12 12 Kirk and Spock enter the turbolift on their way to the bridge. The two men struggle to express what;s on their minds. Kirk suggests that when their mission is over, they sit down and talk. Spock admits that he , too, has something he wants to share with the captain, but the awkwardness of the moment fades once they arrive on the bridge. 41 41 Kirk pretends to have hidden the alien artifact inside the Enterprise. When Kalara tries to abscond with it, she soon discovers it's a ruse to track her communications and to locate their source. However, Krall's men soon arrive, and Kirk and Chekov exchange phaser fire with them. 69 69 Yorktown's defense systems quickly detect Krall and his swarm ships emerging from the nebula. Yorktown immediately goes to red alert, and its inhabitants take cover. Krall and his armada attack, and Yorktown's systems prove ineffective in defending the station.
13 13 As he leads the Enterprise back into space, Uhura opens a shipwide channel, and Kirk addresses the crew. Kirk explains their mission is to rescue a crew stranded on a planet in uncharted space, while traveling through an unstable nebula that will disable all communications with Starfleet. 42 42 Kirk and Chekov engage the ship's thrusters, in an effort to escape fron Kalara and Krall's men. As the saucer section of the Enterprise slowly rises and begins to flip over, the captain shoots out the view screen of the bridge. Kirk and Chekov jump through and slide to safety. However, Kalara fails to make it, as the saucer crashes on top of her. 70 70 With the Franklin's weapons systems incapable of stopping Krall, Kirk needs another way to save Yorktown. Spock deduces that Krall's swarm ships must rely on some form of unified cyberpathic coordination. Uhura adds that if they can disorient the swarm, they might prevail.
14 14 After passing through the nebula, the Enterprise comes upon Altamid, a Class-M planet with massive subterranean development but no life-forms on its surface. Suddenly, Chekov detects an unknown ship heading directly towards them. Uhura hails the vessel, but get no response. She soon realizes that the vessel is jamming their signals. 43 43 Krall summons Uhura and Sulu, and reveals that he altered the coordinates sent in their distress call. The search ships will be lost within the nebula, leaving Yorktown more susceptible to an attack. Krall demonstrates his resolve by torturing two other captured Enterprise crew members. 71 71 Kirk wants to beam aboard one of the swarm ships, but Spock logically insists that his familiarity with those ships makes him more qualified for the task. Citing Spock's injuries, Kirk remains skeptical, but the Vulcan offers to bring McCoy with him. Kirk agrees, and McCoy is typically cantankerous.
15 15 Sulu magnifies the images of the approaching ship, which appears unfamiliar. Kirk immediately senses danger and orders shields up and red alert. At that moment, the alien vessel launches a massive attack on the Enterprise, with swarms of smaller ships rapidly closing in. 44 44 Resting inside the alien shelter, Spock reveals to McCoy that Ambassador Spock died. The younger Spock reveals that he intends to leave Starfleet to continue the ambassador's work on New Vulcan. McCoy jokingly quips that he'd throw a party over Spock's departure, which causes the ailing Vulcan to break out in uncharacteristic laughter. 72 72 After beaming aboard a swarm ship with McCoy, Spock confirms the cyberpathic link among the ships. Kirk and Scotty devise a plan to use radio signals to disrupt the swarm ships. They blast the music Jaylah found aboard the Franklin, causing the swarm ships to start crashing into each other.
16 16 Chekov announces that phasers are having minimal effect against the alien attack, and Spock warns that they are not adequately equipped to fight back. Shields suddenly fail, and the Enterprise succumbs to an attack unlike anything it has previously encountered. 45 45 Kirk and Chekov traverse the rocky terrain towards the coordinates taken from Kalara's call to Krall. However, they soon set off one of Jaylah's traps. She and Scotty investigate, and he immediately reveals to her that Kirk and Chekov are friends. Jaylah leads them back to the Franklin. 73 73 Krall penetrates Yorktown's outer shell, along with two of his swarm ships. Aboard the Franklin, Kirk and crew give chase, while Spock and McCoy do the same in the swarm ship that they have commandeered. They must stop Krall from activating the alien weapon, which will kill everyone on Yorktown, if activated.
17 17 Kirk orders Sulu to initiate warp drive to escape the alien ships, but thw Enterprise's engines fail to engage. Kirk calls down to engineering, where Scotty delivers bad news - the nacelles have been severd from the ship. The Enterprise has been crippled. 46 46 Scotty explains that the Franklin was the first Earth ship capable of Warp 4 and went missing in the early 2160s. Kirk wonders how it ended up on Altamid. Scotty notes that there are various theories, including surrender to the Romulans and captured by a giant green space hand, but he believes it must have been due to a wormhole displacement. 74 74 As Krall and his men head for Yorktown headquarters, Kirk and crew steer the Franklin on an intercept course and force the aliens to crash before reaching their destination. Krall survives the crash and escapes the wreckage to continue his mission of destruction.
18 18 Kirk invokes emergency procedures, as the alien ships continue to breach the hull of the Enterprise. Armed with a phaser, Spock discovers that an alien named Krall and his men have infiltrated the Enterprise and that Krall has specifically come for the ancient alien artifact from their mission to Teenax. 47 47 Scotty and Jaylah give Kikr a tour of the Franklin. Kirk is particularly fascinated by a PX-70 motorcycle, the same kind his had as a kid. Jaylah then shows how the ship has remained hidden from detection. She rigged up image refractors that create a holographic camouflage, keeping her safe from Krall's patrols. 75 75 Despite causing Krall and his men to crash their ships into the saucer of the Franklin, Kirk and his crew must still locate Krall and neutralize the alien weapon. Chekov notes three hull breaches, indicating that Krall and hismen may not yet have been stopped. Kirk and Uhura search the ship.
19 19 Spock and McCoy elude the alien invaders within the Enterprise, while Kirk goes after their leader, Krall, leaving Sulu in charge of the conn. Kirk and Krall soon cone face-to-face. Krall gets the upper hand, literally lifting Kirk off the ground and holding him by the neck. 48 48 Chekov discovers a weak communication signal, but at least it's a Starfleet frequency. At last, they have found some of the crew. Kirk ponders how they can get to them, and Scotty has an idea. However, he is reluctant to proceed without the captain's permission, in case thinfs go wrong. 76 76 Searching the Franklin's video logs, Uhura concludes that Krall is actually Balthazar Edison, formerly captain of the Franklin. Scotty, pulls up Edison's records and learns that he was a soldier later assigned to the Franklin. When the ship went missing, he was presumed dead, but Edison discovered alien technology that prolonged his life.
20 20 Scotty rings up the ship's systems to reroute energy reserves from the warp core to impulse engines. The sudden thrust knocks Krall off balance, causing him to lose his grip on both Kirk and the alien artifact. Meanwhile, Spock and McCoy depart the Enterprise in one of the alien swarm ships. 49 49 Scotty locks onto the signal from McCoy's communicator, and he begins the process of beaming aboard Spock and McCoy. Spock beams out first, and McCoy - unaware of what's happening - momentarily believes he's been stranded to fend for himself. "Well, that's just typical," McCoy remarks. 77 77 Kirk assumes that Krall intends to use his weapon to inflict maximum damage, through Yorktown's atmospheric regulation system. Scotty notes that the only access point is a maintenance tower at the station's gravitational nexus. Kirk goes after Krall at that nexus, while Scotty and Jaylah attempt to shut down the system.
21 21 Chekov discovers that the ship has 100% impulse power. Sulu, at the conn, orders the ship back into the nebula. However, when Krall learns what's happening, he orders his men to "cut the throat" of the Enterprise. The aliens renew their attack and permanently disable the ship. 50 50 After Scotty beams aboard Spock and McCoy to the Franklin, Kirk lends a hand when it's clear that Spock has been injured. The Vulcan science officer dismisses the severity of his injuries, to the chagrin of McCoy. Spock informs Kirk that the stolen artifact desired by Krall appears to have come from the planet on which they now find themselves. 78 78 Kirk reaches the top of the maintenance tower at the station's gravitational nexus and finds a mutating Balthazar Edison, aka Krall, preparing to unleash his weapon on Yorktown. Kirk stuns Edison with his phaser, but the superhuman Krall won't go down easily.
22 22 Kirk grabs the alien artifact, finds a communications console and hails the bridge. Chekov announces that they are losing inertial dampeners, while Sulu informs Kirk that systems are failing and hull integrity is at 18% and falling. Kirk orders the crew to abandon ship. Scotty, among others, follows the order. 51 51 As Krall grows increasingly frustrated at his inability to locate the alien artifact, he threatens Sulu. Unable to stand idly by as Sulu is tortured, Ensign Syl reveals that she has the artifact hidden within her cranial appendages. Manas, Krall's chief lieutenant, removes the artifact. 79 79 Kirk and Krall engage in a fierce, hand-to-hand battle, while the gravitaional fields pull them from building to building. Krall soon gets away from Kirk long enough to activate his weapon, and there's only moments to spare. Scotty instructs Kirk how they must manually open the hatch.
23 23 After securing the alien artifact with Ensign Syl, Kirk races thorugh the ship to find the controls for saucer separation. Splitting the ship will draw attention from the aliens and help more of his crew before he can complete the task. 52 52 Despite objections from Scotty, Kirk insists that they try to rescue the crew immediately. Spock asks Chekov to reconfigure the search parameters to locate the mineral vokaya, from which Uhura's amulet was made. They get an immediate hit, which reveals the likely location of Uhura and the rest of the crew at Krall's base. 80 80 As Krall tries to stop Kirk from thwarting his mission, he inadvertently becomes enveloped by his own weapon. Kirk opens the hatch to the outside, and Krall and the weapon are drawn into space. However, Kirk is also pulled towards the open hatch, until McCoy and Spock arrive by swarm ship just in time to rescue their captain.
24 24 As Kirk battles Krall, Uhura fends off several alien attackers. In a moment of truth, Uhura seals off the chambers separating the saucer from what's left of the rest of the ship, and engages the separation mechanism. She is left with the villainous Krall, as Kikr remains aboard the separated saucer section. 53 53 Jaylah pleads with Kirk, Scotty and the others not to go to Krall's base to rescue the Enterprise crew. She insists that Krall will kill anyone who goes there, despite the fact that she once escaped. Jaylah initially refuses to help, but with some heartfelt convincing from Kirk and Scotty, she finally agrees to assist. 81 81 After saving millions of lives, Kirk is offered promotion to vice admiral by Commodore Paris. However, the heroic captain realizes that the position of vice admiral wold preclude him from venturing out into space. Kirk turns down the promotion to remain with his crew.
25 25 Left aboard the saucer section, Kirk makes his way back to the bridge of the Enterprise, where he discovers several aliens about to attack the remaining crew. Kirk draws his phaser and shows the aliens no mercy. 54 54 With Jaylah's guidance, Kirk and his colleagues put together a scale model of Krall's base of operations. Scotty and Chekov work on the logistics of transporting the captured crew back to the Franklin, while Kirk, Spock, McCoy and Jaylah set a plan to infiltrate the base. Spock suggests that they will need a diversion, and Kirk has an idea. 82 82 With their mission complete, Spock finds a quiet moment to look through the personal effects left behind by the deceased Ambassador Spock. Among the aticles is a photo of his older self with his beloved shipmates - Kirk, McCoy, Uhura, Scotty, Sulu and Chekov.
26 26 Chekov informs Kirk that they are caught in the planet's gravity and cannot pull away. Kirk orders the remaining crew to abandon ship in escape pods. Meanwhile, Kirk remains on the bridge until the last of the crew has left. 55 55 Inside the base of operations, Krall explains to Uhura, Sulu and Syl that the alien artifact was used by the Ancient Ones as a weapon. When they couldn't control its immense power, they split it into two pieces and sent in into space. Krall reveals that he has spent his life searching for this weapon, which he has now made whole again. 83 83 After another successful mission and a minor crisis averted, McCoy organizes an impromptu, surprise birthday celebration for Kirk. Spock, Uhura, Sulu, Chekov, Jaylah and many others attend the party. McCoy makes a toast to James T. Kirk, and Kirk responds with a toast to the Enterprise - and to absent friends.
27 27 After all other crew members have left the ship, Kirk boards his own escape pod, which jettisons safely away from the decimated saucer section. Kirk watches from a distance as the remains of the Enterprise helplessly fall through the planet's atmosphere. 56 56 Krall traps Ensign Syl inside a sealed chamber to demonstrate the power of the alien weapon, a key part of which Syl ironically handed over to him. Uhura pleads with Krall to release Syl, but he callously watches as the charged weapon decimates and disintegrates her body. 84 84 At Kirk's party, Uhura and Spock reignite their off-duty relationship, while Scotty informs Jaylah that the captain pulled a few strings and got her accepted into Starfleet Academy.
28 28 The heavily damaged saucer section of the Enterprise finally comes to rest on the planet's surface. Meanwhile, after landing on the planet in his escape pod, Kirk confronts Kalara and accuses her of knowing that they would be attacked. Staring at the end of Kirk's phaser, Kalara admits her duplicity. 57 57 Driving the PX-70 motorcycle found aboard the Franklin, Kirk speeds into Krall's camp and creates a diversion that allows Jaylah, Spock and McCoy to arrive unnoticed. Kirk uses Jaylah's holographic replication device to create multiple versions of himself, adding further distraction. 85 85 The crew of the Enterprise looks on while their ship is rebuilt. The Enterprise emerges as good as ever, with Kirk, Spock, Scotty, Uhura, Sulu and Chekov continuing their mission to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life and new civilizations, to boldly go where no one has gone before....
29 29 Kalara reveals that Krall, leader of the alien attack force, had taken her crew and held them hostage in exchange for her bringing the Enterprise to him. Kirk orders Chekov to scan the area for other survivors, but his tricorder reveals nothing. They must find the saucer section, which will have greater scanning capabilities.  
Chase Cards
Parallel Metal Base Cards (1:24 packs) - Sequentially numbered to 100
01 metal parallel 1   30 metal parallel 30   58 metal parallel 58  
02 metal parallel 2   31 metal parallel 31   59 metal parallel 59  
03 metal parallel 3   32 metal parallel 32   60 metal parallel 60  
04 metal parallel 4   33 metal parallel 33   61 metal parallel 61  
05 metal parallel 5   34 metal parallel 34   62 metal parallel 62  
06 metal parallel 6   35 metal parallel 35   63 metal parallel 63  
07 metal parallel 7   36 metal parallel 36   64 metal parallel 64  
08 metal parallel 8   37 metal parallel 37   65 metal parallel 65  
09 metal parallel 9   38 metal parallel 38   66 metal parallel 66  
10 metal parallel 10   39 metal parallel 39   67 metal parallel 67  
11 metal parallel 11   40 metal parallel 40   68 metal parallel 68  
12 metal parallel 12   41 metal parallel 41   69 metal parallel 69  
13 metal parallel 13   42 metal parallel 42   70 metal parallel 70  
14 metal parallel 14   43 metal parallel 43   71 metal parallel 71  
15 metal parallel 15   44 metal parallel 44   72 metal parallel 72  
16 metal parallel 16   45 metal parallel 45   73 metal parallel 73  
17 metal parallel 17   46 metal parallel 46   74 metal parallel 74  
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20 metal parallel 20   49 metal parallel 49   77 metal parallel 77  
21 metal parallel 21   50 metal parallel 50   78 metal parallel 78  
22 metal parallel 22   51 metal parallel 51   79 metal parallel 79  
23 metal parallel 23   52 metal parallel 52   80 metal parallel 80  
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25 metal parallel 25   54 metal parallel 54   82 metal parallel 82  
26 metal parallel 26   55 metal parallel 55   83 metal parallel 83  
27 metal parallel 27   56 metal parallel 56   84 metal parallel 84  
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29 metal parallel 29    
Star Trek Beyond Quotable (1:18 packs)
Q01 Q01 "What a damn monstrosity. Couldn't we just rent some place on a planet?" - McCoy, observing Starbase Yorktown from the bridge of the Enterprise

"...looks like a damn snow globe in space, just waiting to break. " - McCoy, upon seeing Starbase Yorktown

Q06 Q06 "He likes that seat." - Scotty, to Jaylah, referring to Kirk and the captsin's chair

"How did this ship end up here?" - Kirk
"There's a lot of theories, sir. Surrendered to the Romulans. Captured by a giant space hand." - Scotty
Q11 Q11 "Mr. Sulu, you can... you know... fly this thing, right?" - Kirk, to Sulu
You kiddin' me, sir?" - Sulu

"My innards fell like they've been to a barn dance." - McCoy, after being transported aboard the Franklin
Q02 Q02 "It is not in the Vulcan custom to receive again that which was given as a gift." - Spock, after Uhura tries to return a necklace that once belonged to Spock's mother

"Live long and prosper." - Spock
Q07 Q07 "How are we going to get out of this one, Spock? We've got no ship, no crew. Not the best odds" - Kirk
"We will do what we have always done, Jim. We will find hope in the impossible." - Spock

"I am functioning adequately, captain." - Spock
"In a pig's eye..." - McCoy
Q12 Q12 "Dammit, Jim. I'm a doctor, not a...." - McCoy

"Dammit, Jim, you won't make it out in time." - McCoy
Q03 Q03 "We make a good team, right?" - Kirk
"I believe we do." - Spock

"What would I do without you, Spock?" - Kirk
Q08 Q08 "There is strength in unity." - Uhura

"Lieutenant, unity is not your strength. It's your weakness." Krall
Q13 Q13 "Better to die saving lives, than to live with taking them." - Kirk

"Vice admirals don't fly, do they? ...Where's the fun in that? - Kirk, turning down a promotion
Q04 Q04 "There is no such thing as the unknown - only the temporarily hidden." - Kirk

"It is unwise to trivialize that which one simply does not understand, doctor." - Spock
Q09 Q09 "You gave your girlfriend radioactive jewelry?" - McCoy, to Spock

"We'll never give up on you. That is what being part of the crew is all about." - Scotty, to Jaylah
Q14 Q14 "We know our way thorugh the nebula now. Can you imagine what we'll find? - Kirk
"Alien despots hell-bent on killing us, deadly space-borne viruses and bacteria, incomprehensively cosmic anomalies that could wipe us out in an instant...." - McCoy
This is going to be so much fun." - Kirk

"Did you know that scotch was invented by a little old lady in Russia?" - Chekov

Q05 Q05 "Fear of death is illogical." - Spock
"Fear of death is what keeps us alive." - McCoy

"Fascinating." - Spock
Q10 Q10 "Dammit, man. We're not leaving without him." - McCoy, to Scotty

"Next time you have a piece of pipe stuck in your transverse, call a plumber." McCoy, to Spock
Q15 Q15 "To the Enterprise." - Kirk

"They have a lot of rules. Don't listen to them all." - Kirk, to Jaylah, after she has been accepted into Starfleet Academy
Star Trek Beyond Metal Poster Cards (1:144 packs)
MC1 MC1 Kirk MC4 MC4 Spock MC7 MC7 Scotty
MC2 MC2 Jaylah MC5 MC5 Krall MC8 MC8 Chekov
MC3 MC3 Uhuta MC6 MC6 Sulu MC9 MC9 McCoy
Star Trek Uniform Relic and Pin Cards (1:24 packs)
Star Trek Beyond Relic Cards - These cards contain authentic material used in the filming of the movie "Star Trek Into Darkness"
BRC1 BRC1 Enterprise Interior
Star Trek Beyond
BRC2 BRC2 Swarm Ship
Star Trek Beyond
 
Dual Character Relic Cards - These cards contain authentic wardrobe material worn by the actors
DC1 DC1 Kirk and Spock
Starfleet Uniform Shirts
DC2 DC2 Uhura and Spock
Starfleet Uniform Dress and Shirt
DC3 DC3 Kirk and Scotty
Starfleet Uniform Shirts
DC4 DC4 Kirk and Krall
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DC5 DC5 Jaylah and Chekov
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Dual Relic Cards - These cards contain authentic wardrobe material worn by the actors
DR1 DR1 Captain Kirk
Starfleet Uniform Shirt and Pants
DR2 DR2 Spock
Starfleet Uniform Shirt and Pants
DR3 DR3 Chekov
Starfleet Uniform Shirt and Pants
DR4 DR4 Jaylah
Shirt and Pants
 
Star Trek Expansion Relic Cards - These cards contain authentic material used in the filming of the movie "Star Trek"
RC4 RC4 Starfleet Academy Chair RC5 RC5 Shuttlecraft Interior  
Star Trek Into Darkness Expansion Relic Cards - These cards contain authentic wardrobe material used in the filming of the movie "Star Trek Into Darkness"
RC13 RC13 Kirk and Khan Spacejump Suit RC14 RC14 Klingon Shoulder Armor RC15 RC15 Nibiran Warrior Scarf
RC16 RC16 Admiral Pike Uniform
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Single Relic Cards - These cards contain authentic wardrobe material worn by the actors
SR1 SR1 Captain Kirk
Starfleet Uniform Shirt
SR2 SR2 Spock
Starfleet Uniform Shirt
SR3 SR3 Uhura
Starfleet Uniform Dress
SR4 SR4 Scotty
Starfleet Uniform Shirt
SR5 SR5 Chekov
Starfleet Uniform Shirt
SR6 DSR6 Krall
Alien Suit
SR7 SR7 Jaylah
Shirt
SR8 SR8 Chekov
Starfleet Survival Suit
SR8a SR8a

Chekov (alternate image)
Starfleet Survival Suit

Rewards Card (not inserted in packs)

Uniform Pin Cards
UB1 UB1 Kirk UB2 UB2 Spock UB3 UB3 Uhura
UB4 UB4 McCoy UB5 UB5 Scotty UB6 UB6 Chekov
UB7 UB7 Sulu UB8 UB8 Kirk UB9 UB9 Chekov
UB10 UB10 Spock  
Star Trek Patch Cards (1:144 packs)
BP1 BP1 Spock
U.S.S. Franklin
BP2 BP2 Scotty
U.S.S. Franklin
BP3 BP3 Kirk
Yorktown Military
BP4 BP4 Commander Finnegan
Yorktown Military
BP5 BP5 Shazeer
Yorktown Military
BP6 BP6 Kirk
Starfleet Flight Suit
BP7 BP7 Chekov
Starfleet Flight Suit
BP8 BP8 McCoy
Starfleet Flight Suit (STID)
BP9 BP9 Carol Marcus
Starfleet Flight Suit (STID)
Anton Yelchin/Chekov In Memoriam Cards (1:288 packs) Sequentially numbered to 100
M1 M1   M2 M2   M3 M3  
M4 M4   M5 M5   M6 M6  
M7 M7   M8 M8   M9 M9  
Leonard Nimoy/Spock In Memoriam Expansion Cards (1:288 packs) Sequentially numbered to 125
M10 M10   M11 M11   M12 M12  
M13 M13   M14 M14   M15 M15  
Hand Drawn Sketch Cards (1:288 packs) - 30 artists have contributed with an average of just 18 per artist inserted in packs.
(Artists sketch quantities have not been confirmed)
- Irma Ahmed Sketch - Irma Ahmed

Ahmed Signature
- Kristin Allen Sketch - Kristin Allen

Kristin Allen Signature
- Jennifer Allyn Sketch -

Jennifer Allyn

Jennifer Allyn Signature

- Dan Bergren Sketch -

Dan Bergren

Den Bergren Signature

- Carlos Cabaleiro Sketch - Carlos Cabeleiro

Carlos Cabaleiro Signature
- François Chartier Sketch - François Chartier

Francois Chartier Signature
- Adam & Bekah Cleveland Sketch - Adam (& Bekah) Cleveland
(cards signed on the back)

Adam Cleveland Signature
- Roy Cover Sketch - Roy Cover

Roy Cover Signature
- Norman Faustino Sketch - Norman Jim Faustino

Norman Jim Faustino Signature
- Andrew Garcia Sketch - Andrew Garcia (no signatures)
- Marcia Dye Sketch - Marcia Dye

Marcia Dye Signature
- Gabe Farber Sketch - Gabe Farber

Gabe Farber Signature
- Kevin Graham Sketch - Kevin Graham

Kevin Graham Signature
- Debbie Jackson Sketch - Debbie Jackson

Debbie Jackson Signature
- Michael James Sketch - Mike James
(cards signed on the back)

Mike James Signature
- Jason Davies Sketch - Jason Davies

Jason Kemp Signature
- Lee Lightfoot Sketch - Lee Lightfoot

Lee Lightfoot Signature
- Jeff Mallinson Sketch - Jeff Mallinson

Jeff Mallinson Signature
- Warren Martineck Sketch - Warren Martineck

Warren Martineck Signature
- Charles Hall Sketch - Charles Hall

Charles Hall Signature
- Chris Meeks Sketch - Chris Meeks

Chris Meeks Signature
- Rich Molinelli Sketch - Rich Molinelli

Rich Molinelli Signature
- Veronica O'Connell Sketch - Veronica O'Connell

Veronica O'Connell Signature
- Scott Houseman Sketch - Scott Houseman

Scott Houseman Signature
- Achilleas Kokkinakis Sketch - Achilleas Kokkinakis

Achilleas Kokkinakis Signature
- Brent Ragland Sketch - Brent Ragland

Brent Ragland Signature
- Scott Rorie Sketch - Scott Rorie

Scott Rorie Signature
- Danny Silva Sketch - Danny Silva

Danny Silva Signature
- Tim Levandoski Sketch - Tim Levandoski

Tim Levandoski Signature
- Brad Utterstrom Sketch - Brad Utterstrom

Brad Utterstrom Signature
Star Trek Movies Autograph Relic Cards (1:288 packs) - These cards contain an authentic piece of costume material from the films
- Zachary Quinto Autograph Relic Card

Zachary Quinto
as Spock in Star Trek

© 2012

- Karl Urban Autograph Relic Card Karl Urban
as McCoy in Star Trek Into Darkness

© 2014

- Alice Eve Autograph Relic Card Alice Eve
as Carol Marcus in Star Trek Into Darkness

© 2013

- Sofia Boutella Autograph Relic Card Sofia Boutella
as Jaylah in Star Trek Beyond

© 2017

 
Autographed Cards (1:12 packs)
PURPLE = less than 200 signed GOLD = 200-300 signed, RED = 300-500 signed, BLUE = over 500 signed
Star Trek (2009) Design
- Autograph - Chris Pine Chris Pine
as Captain Kirk
in "Star Trek (2009)"

© 2010

All signed in black ink

- Autograph - Jason Matthew Smith Jason Matthew Smith
as Hendorff
in "Star Trek Into Darkness"

© 2017

- Autograph - Sofia Boutella Sofia Boutella
as Jaylah
in "Star Trek Beyond"

© 2017

- Autograph - Zachary Quinto

Zachary Quinto
as Spock
in "Star Trek (2009)"

© 2012

- Autograph - Ben Cross Ben Cross
as Sarek
in "Star Trek (2009)"

© 2013

- Autograph - Lydia Wilson Lydia Wilson
as Kalara
in "Star Trek Beyond"

© 2017

- Autograph - Karl Urban

Karl Urban
as McCoy
in "Star Trek (2009)"

© 2013

- Autograph - Jimmy Bennett Jimmy Bennett
as Young James T. Kirk
in "Star Trek (2009)"

© 2017

- Autograph - Justin Lin Justin Lin
as Director
of "Star Trek Beyond"

© 2017

- Autograph - Kimberley Arland Kimberley Arland
as Madeline
in "Star Trek (2009)"

© 2016

- Autograph - Nazheen Contractor Nazneen Contractor
as Rima Harewood
in "Star Trek Into Darkness"

© 2013

- Autograph - Danny Pudi Danny Pudi
as Fi'Ja
in "Star Trek Beyond"

© 2017

- Autograph - Melissa Roxburgh Melissa Roxburgh
as Ensign Syl
in "Star Trek Beyond"

© 2017

- Autograph - Fraser Aitcheson Fraser Aitcheson
as Hider
in "Star Trek Beyond"

© 2017

- Autograph - Jeremy Raymond Jeremy Raymond
as Shazeer
in "Star Trek Beyond"

© 2017

- Autograph - Jacob Kogan Jacob Kogan
as Young Spock
in "Star Trek (2009)"

© 2017

- Autograph - Jason Matthew Smith Jason Matthew Smith
as Hendorff
in "Star Trek Beyond"

© 2017

- Autograph - Jeremy Raymond Jeremy Raymond
as Nibiran Leader
in "Star Trek Into Darkness"

© 2017

- Autograph - Fiona Vroom Fiona Vroom
as Female Ensign
in "Star Trek Beyond"

© 2017

- Autograph - Doug Jung Doug Jung
as Ben
in "Star Trek Beyond"

© 2017

- Autograph - Jeremy Fitzgerald Jeremy Fitzgerald
as Iowa Cop
in "Star Trek (2009)"

© 2017

- Autograph - Faran Tahir Faran Tahir
as Captain Robau
in "Star Trek (2009)"

© 2017

- Autograph - Kim Kold Kim Kold
as Zavanko
in "Star Trek Beyond"

© 2017

- Autograph - Lorenzo James Henrie Lorenzo James Henrie
as Vulcan Bully
in "Star Trek (2009)"

© 2017

- Autograph - Joe Taslim Joe Taslim
as Manas
in "Star Trek Beyond"

© 2017

 
Classic Movie Design
- Autograph - Zoe Saldana Zoe Saldana
as Uhura
in "Star Trek Beyond"

© 2017

- Autograph - Danny Pudi Danny Pudi
as Fi'Ja
in "Star Trek Beyond"

© 2017

- Autograph - Faran Tahir Lydia Wilson
as Kalara
in "Star Trek Beyond"

© 2017

- Autograph - Melissa Roxburgh Melissa Roxburgh
as Ensign Syl
in "Star Trek Beyond"

© 2017

- Autograph - Fraser Aitcheson Fraser Aitcheson
as Hider
in "Star Trek Beyond"

© 2017

- Autograph - Jacob Kogan Jacob Kogan
as Young Spock
in "Star Trek (2009)"

© 2017

- Autograph - Jason Matthew Smith Jason Matthew Smith
as Hendorff
in "Star Trek (2009)"

© 2017

- Autograph - Sofia Boutella Sofia Boutella
as Jaylah
in "Star Trek Beyond"

© 2017

- Autograph - Fiona Vroom Fiona Vroom
as Female Ensign
in "Star Trek Beyond"

© 2017

- Autograph - Doug Jung Doug Jung
as Ben
in "Star Trek Beyond"

© 2017

- Autograph - Jeremy Fitzgerald Jeremy Fitzgerald
as Iowa Cop
in "Star Trek (2009)"

© 2017

- Autograph - Lorenzo James Henrie Lorenzo James Henrie
as Vulcan Bully
in "Star Trek (2009)"

© 2017

- Autograph - Faran Tahir Faran Tahir
as Captain Robau
in "Star Trek (2009)"

© 2017

- Autograph - Jimmy Bennett Jimmy Bennett
as Young James T. Kirk
in "Star Trek (2009)"

© 2017

- Autograph - Jeremy Raymond Jeremy Raymond
as Shazeer
in "Star Trek Beyond"

© 2017

- Autograph - Kim Kold Kim Kold
as Zavanko
in "Star Trek Beyond"

© 2017

- Autograph - Joe Taslim Joe Taslim
as Manas
in "Star Trek Beyond"

© 2017

 
Star Trek Into Darkness Design
- Autograph - Alice Eve Alice Eve
as Carol Marcus
in "Star Trek Into Darkness"

© 2013

- Autograph - Simon Pegg Simon Pegg
as Scotty
in "Star Trek Into Darkness"

© 2013

- Autograph - Karl Urban Karl Urban
as McCoy
in "Star Trek Into Darkness"

© 2013

- Autograph - Bruce Greenwood Bruce Greenwood
as Captain Pike
in "Star Trek Into Darkness"

© 2013

- Autograph - Peter Weller Peter Weller
as Admiral Marcus
in "Star Trek Into Darkness"

© 2013

- Autograph - Noel Clarke Noel Clarke
as Thomas Harewood
in "Star Trek Into Darkness"

© 2013

Case Topper - Star Trek Movie Poster Card (Clear Plastic)
MP11 MP11 Star Trek (2009)  
Card Album
-   Binder with Promo Card and just one 9-pocket page
Multi-Case Incentive Autograph Relic Cards
- Zoe Saldana Autograph Relic Card

6 Case Incentive

Zoe Saldana
as Uhura
"...contains an authentic piece of Star Trek Into Darkness costume material"

© 2014

- Chris Pine Autograph Relic Card

9 Case Incentive
Hand numbered to 200
Chris Pine
as Kirk
"...contains an authentic piece of Star Trek costume material"

© 2010

     
Archive Box Exclusives
- Autograph - Justin Linn - Movie Director

Autograph Card
Justin Lin - Director of Star Trek Beyond

© 2017

UB6a UB6a Relic Card
Chekov Uniform Command Badge
BC1 BC1

Seven-Piece Bridge Crew Relic Card

"This card contains authentic costume material from "Star Trek"
© 2017

- Printing Plates

Set of 4 cut color printing plates (black, cyan, magenta, yellow) used to make the front of one base set card

 
Archive Box - 1 for every 18 cases
    Contains: Case Topper, 15 card Quotable set, 9 card Metal Poster set, 20 Relic cards, 4 Autograph Relic cards, 47 of 48 Autograph cards, 3 Promo cards, 9 card Incentive, Exclusive Justin Lin Autograph card, Exclusive 7 piece Relic card, Exclusive Chekov Pin variation, Exclusive 4 card Color Printing Plate set.
Does NOT include: 100 card Base set, 100 card Metal Parallel set, 10 card Uniform Pin set, Nimoy and Yelchin Memorial cards, 6 case Incentive, Sketch cards, pack inserted Simon Pegg Autograph card, 5 Relic cards (RC16, BRC1, BRC2, RC4, RC5).
- Archive Box        
Promotional Items
P1 Promo - P1 General Distribution P2 Promo - P2 Non Sport Update Magazine (Vol. ? No. ?) P3 Promo - P3 Album Exclusive
 
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