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New M&M’s Star Trek Figures from Hamilton Collection

M&M's Star Trek Figure

A most unusual Star Trek collectible collection is starting this January from the Hamilton Collection: statue figurines of M&M’S ® brand versions of the 1960s crew!

The first approximately 4” tall resin figurine is entitled “To Boldly Go Where No Man Has Gone Before” and will be M&M’s “Spokescandy Red” character dressed as Captain James T. Kirk in his iconic chair. The figurine includes hand painted details. The collection continues with issue two, “Live Long & Prosper” (presumably an M&M dressed as Spock) and three, “Bad News Gentlemen, I Melt For No One” (which hasn’t been revealed yet).

Star Trek is following in the proverbial footsteps of Star Wars which during its 2005 Episode III: Revenge of the Sith marketing campaign had a successful partnership with M&M’S creating candy editions of famous characters from a galaxy far, far away.

Additional Star Trek figurines are also planned, each costing $29.99. Preordering and subscription details at Hamilton Collection’s website.

Official description below.

M&M’S Brand Star Trek Figurine Collection

First-ever M&M’S® brand Character figurines dressed as memorable Star Trek characters. Handcrafted with hand-painted details. Officially licensed.
Measure approximately 4″ H

What strange new world will Captain James T. Kirk™ and his famous crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise™ explore next? Only Red knows for sure! Now, the M&M’S® Brand Spokescandies pay tribute to Star Trek® with the M&M’S Brand Star Trek Figurine Collection, available only from The Hamilton Collection. Your collection of Star Trek® figurines begins with Spokescandy Red as Captain James T. Kirk in Issue One, To Boldly Go Where No Man Has Gone Before. Your collection continues with Issue Two, Live Long & Prosper and is soon followed by Issue Three, Bad News Gentlemen, I Melt For No One and additional M&M’S brand figurines, each a separate issue to follow.

Each officially-licensed, handcrafted figurine in this collection is filled with hand-painted details and is a perfect gift for a Star Trek® fan or an M&M’S® brand collector. Strong demand is anticipated for these limited-edition M&M’S® brand collectibles, so don’t delay. Order now!

These exclusive collectible Star Trek figurines from The Hamilton Collection feature:

• Explore strange new worlds™ with this collection of Star Trek figurines, available only from The Hamilton Collection

• Officially licensed by CBS Studios Inc and Mars, Inc

• Handcrafted of artist’s resin and hand-painted for exciting M&M’S® brand and Star Trek® details

• M&M’S® brand collectibles make stellar additions to your collection or a unique gift for an M&M’S brand enthusiast

• Editions are limited to 95 casting days, so order now

• Hand-numbered with matching Certificates of Authenticity

• Measure approximately 4″ H; 10.2 cm H

Written By

Maria Jose and John Tenuto are both sociology professors at the College of Lake County in Grayslake, Illinois, specializing in popular culture and subculture studies. The Tenutos have conducted extensive research on Star Trek’s history, and have been invited to present at venues such as Creation Conventions, ReedPOP's official Star Trek 50th Anniversary Convention, the St. Louis Science Center, and to the towns of Riverside, Iowa (future birthplace of Captain James T. Kirk) and Vulcan, Alberta, Canada. They have appeared in episodes of the Netflix TV show "The Toys that Made Us" and in the Decades Network documentary "Through the Decades: Star Wars 40th Anniversary." They’ve written for the official Star Trek Magazine and their research has been featured on BBC Radio, WGN News, CBS News, and in the USA Today and WIRED Magazine.



  1. Lynn

    September 28, 2011 at 1:08 am

    If nothing else this thing looks pretty cute!

  2. Jeff Sails

    September 28, 2011 at 1:08 am

    I want a green one.

  3. DavidLRickman

    November 15, 2011 at 4:22 am

    You realize this is a CGI, and not a real photo of the product, right?

  4. Theresa Leroy Gaskell

    December 3, 2017 at 9:24 pm

    Hi all
    I just seen the Star Trek M and M’s Is there a way to still get them
    I cant find them any where

    • James Leslie

      August 22, 2019 at 8:31 pm

      I have one im looking to sell

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