Category Archives: Storytellers Series

2022 Hallmark Storyteller Design Predictions

It is no surprise we will be getting the last two Star Trek Storytellers next year but what they will look like has yet to be seen. The Storytellers have been mostly screen accurate sculpts from the episode Mirror, Mirror. So it was time to delve back into the Mirror universe to get a glimpse of what 2022 may bring and after an episode rewatch, Scotty’s ornament design was still a little murky while McCoy’s was quite clear.

Scotty doesn’t have any iconic poses or props throughout the episode. We see him standing with his arms behind his back (upper right) and the one time he uses a communicator he doesn’t even hold it (bottom).

Scotty’s most memorable scene is him attempting to tap into the warp core to artificially recreate interdimensional contact with the prime universe. The chief engineer holding his “warp-core-breaching-dojiggy” (above) is a possibility but there will need to be some liberties taken with a pose other than him squeezed into a Jeffries tube. Most of the Star Trek Storytellers have been screen accurate but, as previously noted, Kirk’s pose had been ”fudged”.

McCoy’s ornament, on the other hand, is much clearer. The doctor’s most famous scene was immortalized in 2011 with the “Mirror, Mirror” mind-meld ornament which really just leaves us the sickbay scene in Act One.

Once they’re safely in sickbay, they can talk openly, with Kirk having been saluted endlessly in the corridors en route. McCoy is appalled at sickbay, as everything is all rearranged and messed up—but the spot on the table where he spilled acid has the exact same acid stain on it. 

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The combination of McCoy’s dialogue and him holding a glass beaker make this scene a shoe in for an ornament. My choice would be the image of him pointing to the acid stain on the table (third from left) but I have yet to be reached to by Hallmark for my opinion.

Ladies and gentleman, I present to you the 2022 Storyteller McCoy ornament (as far as I see it)…

Trekmovie.com Reviews Spock Storyteller Ornament

Veteran Hallmark artist Jake Angell has once again outdone himself with the design of “Mirror, Mirror” Spock.  Standing with his arms crossed, Spock is a handsome figure. The details—from his trademark beard to his medals and Terran Empire badge—are precise for such a small model. His gold sash hangs neatly over his left thigh and his dagger is at his right hip.

Christine Rideout, Trekmovie.com

Read the entire review and view ornament images at trekmovie.com.

Artist Inspirations: Storytellers

Evil Spock in the Transporter room “welcoming” the away team.
Spock went from arms crossed to the Terran Empire’s salute. I’m glad they didn’t make the ornament based off the far right image.
Good Uhura just after shutting down Evil Sulu’s advances.
Evil Chekov in an attempted coup after disembarking the Turbolift with Kirk.
Left: Evil Sulu in a second attempted coup.
Right: The blade of the dagger is turned fat side out so you can see it from your couch when the ornament is hanging on the tree.
In the episode, “Mirror, Mirror”, Kirk is never seen in the power stance with arms akimbo like the ornament depicts (A). He can be seen most of the time in his space-cowboy-strutting position (B) and once in the I-found-a-new-woman-in-my-room pose (C) and once in his I’m-gonna-kick-bad-Sulu’s-butt position (D). Kirk is the only Storyteller of the five released so far that isn’t based on a screen image from the episode.

105) 2021 Star Trek™ Mirror, Mirror Collection Ensign Pavel Chekov Ornament With Light and Sound

Keepsake Power Cord is required.
One cord powers up to 7 Storyteller Ornaments.
Regular price $34.99.
Available October 2, 2021 

Product Details

Although tasked with navigational duties on the bridge of the I.S.S. Enterprise, Ensign Chekov of the Terran Empire spent much of his time focused on mutinous thoughts of seizing the captain’s chair for himself. Plug the ornament into Hallmark’s Keepsake Power Cord (sold separately) for constant illumination, then press the button to start a sound and light show based on the classic original Star Trek series episode “Mirror, Mirror.” Connect all of the Star Trek Storytellers ornaments—Captain James T. Kirk, Lieutenant Hikaru Sulu, Lieutenant Nyota Uhura, First Officer Spock and Ensign Pavel Chekov—and the U.S.S. Enterprise Tree Topper (each sold separately) to unlock additional interactive performances.

  • Storytellers Interactive Light and Sound Christmas tree ornament. Connect this ornament to Hallmark’s Keepsake Power Cord (sold separately) to see the continuous light effect. Press the button to watch it perform an exciting scene from the classic original Star Trek series episode “Mirror, Mirror.” No batteries necessary.
  • This artist crafted Keepsake Ornament comes pre-packaged in a box for easy gift giving, preservation and storage. Dated 2021 in copyright.
  • Add other Star Trek Mirror, Mirror Collection Storytellers ornaments (each sold separately) to unlock larger, amazingly interactive performances.
  • Plastic Christmas tree ornament measures 2.29″ W x 5.25″ H x 2.2″ D.

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104) 2021 Star Trek™ Mirror, Mirror Collection First Officer Spock Ornament With Light and Sound

Keepsake Power Cord is required.
One cord powers up to 7 Storyteller Ornaments.
Regular price $34.99.
Available July 10, 2021

Product Details

A striking departure from his prime-universe self, Spock’s discipline toward logic and science not only made him an inscrutable presence aboard the I.S.S. Enterprise but also led him to discern Captain Kirk’s most dangerous secret. Plug the ornament into Hallmark’s Keepsake Power Cord (sold separately) for constant illumination, then press the button to start a sound and light show based on the classic original Star Trek series episode “Mirror, Mirror.” Connect all of the Star Trek Storytellers ornaments—Captain James T. Kirk, Lieutenant Hikaru Sulu, Lieutenant Nyota Uhura, First Officer Spock and Ensign Pavel Chekov—and the U.S.S. Enterprise Tree Topper (each sold separately) to unlock additional interactive performances.

  • Storytellers Interactive Light and Sound Christmas tree ornament. Connect this ornament to Hallmark’s Keepsake Power Cord (sold separately) to see the continuous light effect. Press the button to watch it perform an exciting scene from the classic original Star Trek series episode “Mirror, Mirror.” No batteries necessary.
  • Artist crafted by Jake Angell, this Keepsake Ornament comes pre-packaged in a box for easy gift giving, preservation and storage. Dated 2021 in copyright.
  • Add other Star Trek Mirror, Mirror Collection Storytellers ornaments (each sold separately) to unlock larger, amazingly interactive performances.
  • Plastic Christmas tree ornament measures 2.49″ W x 5.68″ H x 2.37″ D.

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Star Trek™ U.S.S. Enterprise™ Tree Topper Replacement Remote Control

Regular price $5.99.
Available July 10, 2021

Product Details

Did your Star Trek Collection U.S.S. Enterprise Tree Topper remote dematerialize? Now you can easily replace it—or buy a second remote just in case. Design features the Starfleet insignia; batteries included.

  • Replacement remote control for Star Trek Collection U.S.S. Enterprise Musical Tree Topper With Light (sold separately) is artist crafted by Jake Angell.
  • Requires two (2) replaceable LR44 batteries, included.
  • Plastic remote control measures 2.31″ W x 3.64″ H x 0.79″ D.

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Remote does not come boxed.

Replacement Tree Topper Remotes Available Through Hallmark

It should be reassuring to know that if you lose or break your Star Trek Tree Topper remote it won’t be a complete disaster. You will be able to fire up the Enterprise and Mirror Universe crew with a replacement remote. Keep in mind it will not be replaced with the Star Trek delta symbol remote that came with the topper originally but with a festive green tree that resembles a pine car air freshener that you would hang from your rear view mirror.


Tree Topper Universal Replacement Remote Control

Regular price $4.99

Product Details

Misplaced the original remote control that came with your Hallmark Tree Topper? Not to worry, this replacement remote ensures the topper’s light and music show will go on! Fun Christmas tree-shaped design makes it easy to spot. The remote is battery operated with LR44 button-cell batteries (included). Universal remote control is compatible with all Hallmark Keepsake Ornament Tree Toppers. Learn more about Keepsake Ornaments.

  • Replacement remote for Hallmark Tree Toppers (sold separately).
  • Hallmark Gold Crown Exclusive.
  • Battery operated. Three (3) LR44 batteries included.
  • 1.5″ W x 2.6″ H x 0.79″ D