Win a KELVIN TIMELINE Trilogy Blu-ray Set!

Win a KELVIN TIMELINE Trilogy Blu-ray Set!

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This year is the 10th anniversary of the Chris Pine-led Star Trek film series, which earned the now-familiar ‘Kelvin Timeline’ label about three years ago when the team at CBS Consumer Products needed a way to identify entries from the Bad Robot films in the then-new revision of The Star Trek Encyclopedia.

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Since then, there have been a number of books released about the films which have included the ‘Kelvin Timeline’ moniker in their titling, but the films themselves haven’t been seen with that branding on them — until this month, as Paramount Home Entertainment has released a new Blu-ray trilogy set officially branded as the Star Trek Trilogy: The Kelvin Timeline.

While the new set does not, unfortunately, contain any new on-disc material, the Blu-ray release does feature a brand new, fold-out poster detailing the chronology of the Kelvin Timeline films — Star Trek ’09, Star Trek Into Darkness, and Star Trek Beyond — with slick graphics that also include Ambassador Spock’s journey across dimensions from the future of the Shatner-led ‘Prime Timeline’ which created the trilogy’s standalone universe to begin with.

Thanks to our friends at Paramount Home Entertainment, we have two copies of this new Blu-ray set to give away to lucky TrekCore readers!

To enter, you’ll simply need to join us on social media and answer this question:

You can send us your entry response in one of two ways: follow us on Twitter and tweet @TrekCore your answer using the hashtag #KelvinTrek…

…or you can follow us on Facebook and then submit your response as a comment on this post.

You have until midnight (Eastern time) on Saturday, June 22 to get your entry in — we’ll reach out to the winners after the contest closes to arrange for fulfillment.

Good luck to all!

Please note this contest is limited to entrants from the United States only.
The comments section of this article will not be considered for contest entries.


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