Your scifi presents. Did you get any?

Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by broberfett, Dec 27, 2009.

  1. broberfett

    broberfett Vice Admiral Admiral

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    I received an Original series Phaser I. It is intended to be a Christmas ornament, but I enjoy playing with it. You have the dial that fires the phaser. There is a light beam. There is the power dial and a button that triggers Kirk and Spock quotes about the phaser.
     
  2. Sakrysta

    Sakrysta Vice Admiral Admiral

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    I got the Star Trek movie DVD, and a t-shirt from ThinkGeek that has a couple dinosaurs and "Curse your sudden but inevitable betrayal!" :D
     
  3. Temis the Vorta

    Temis the Vorta Fleet Admiral Admiral

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    Trek XI DVD. First Trek thing I've ever owned on DVD. (First thing I've wanted to own on DVD. :D)

    I also got Virtual Unrealities (Alfred Bester short stories) and Psychoshop, co-authored with Roger Zelazny. And some earrings that are weird enough they should count as sci fi. :rommie:
     
  4. PluckyNinja

    PluckyNinja Lieutenant Commander Red Shirt

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    Star Trek Destiny and remote controlled Klingon bird of Prey.
     
  5. kes7

    kes7 Fleet Captain Fleet Captain

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    Voyager -- the whole series on DVD. Apparently, my hubby's original plan was to buy me ALL of Trek on DVD, and then he realized how much that would actually cost. :eek: So I'll have to wait a few holidays for everything, I guess. ;)
     
  6. Harvey

    Harvey Admiral Admiral

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    Distrct 9 and Close Encounters of the Third Kind on Blu-Ray.

    Battlestar Galactica season 4.0 and Stargate Atlantis season 5 on DVD.

    And a couple of toys from the new Trek movie, which is more than a "man" of my age should be getting for Xmas, but sue me. :p
     
  7. Trent Roman

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    My relatives think of me as the 'sci-fi guy', so it's generally fairly well represented. DVDs: District 9, Trek XI, Battlestar Galactica: The Plan, Something, Something, Something Dark Side; books: Stephen King's Under the Dome (which I'm assuming is somewhat sci-fi, from the concept), and David Mack's 4400: Broken Promises.

    Fictitiously yours, Trent Roman
     
  8. Kelso

    Kelso Vice Admiral Admiral

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    My sister-in-law gave me three Trek XI action figures (Kirk/Spock/Bones) just because she thought it would be funny.
     
  9. Happy X-Mas (War Is Over)

    Happy X-Mas (War Is Over) If You Want It Premium Member

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    1) Death Ray

    2) Killer Robot

    3) Mind control device

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  10. acappellasaurus

    acappellasaurus Fleet Captain Fleet Captain

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    I got a t-shirt that says "Fat Apollo".
     
  11. Chris3123

    Chris3123 Vice Admiral Admiral

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    DVDs:
    Star Trek
    Family Guy: Something Something Something Darkside
    Robot Chicken: Star Wars 2

    other stuff:
    Star Wars: The Force Unleashed: Ultimate Sith Edition for Xbox360
    TARDIS USB Hub
    Terminator 2 Endoskeleton action figure
     
  12. Admiral_Young

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    JacksonArcher is ordering me a Hot Wheels 2009 Enterprise D that should arrive here next week sometime. My friend gave me Superman Returns 2 Disc DVD.
     
  13. Gojira

    Gojira Commodore Commodore

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    2 DVDs. Something Something Something Darkside & District 9
     
  14. Hartzilla2007

    Hartzilla2007 Vice Admiral Admiral

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    I got Battlestar Galactica: The Plan on DVD, Star Trek(2009) on Blu-ray, and the book Star Wars: Heir to the Empire.
     
  15. Broccoli

    Broccoli Vice Admiral Admiral

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    I got a Star Trek snuggie.
     
  16. Nathan_Heller

    Nathan_Heller Fleet Captain Fleet Captain

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    Sci-Fi related items I received this year were the District 9 DVD and the Ghostbuster XBox 360 game. I gave my wife Dragonage: Origins for the 360 (it's an awesome game).
     
  17. exodus

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    Star Wars: Clone Wars DVD box set.
     
  18. WillsBabe

    WillsBabe Vice Admiral Admiral

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    I didn't get a single sfy thing. But I bought myself District 9; Star Trek and season 4.1 of bsg (for £7.99!) :techman:
     
  19. DigificWriter

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    Instead of doing what we usually do, which is to have my parents buy us stuff, we were able to buy our own stuff for Christmas this year, and so I picked up the final season of BSG in its entirety. I've also put in an order with Barnes and Noble for the BSG Official Companion for Season 4 and a copy of the Serenity: Better Days graphic novel trade paperback, although the latter won't actually be in store and ready for pickup until late January.
     
  20. Geckothan

    Geckothan Fleet Captain Fleet Captain

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    I got a few sci-fi DVDs:
    Stargate movie
    Stargate SG-1 season 1-10, Ark of Truth and Continuum
    Some Doctor Who (The War Games, Carnival of Monsters, The Ark in Space, The Robots of Death, City of Death)
    Star Trek XI

    I'm going to try and make SG-1 last a long time and stick to 1-2 episodes a day. When I watched DS9, BSG, B5 and NuWho this year, I sped through them at a couple of discs per day, which I regret doing.