One blog with some great scholarship regarding this subject is called, appropriately enough, Starfleet Wars. It's author, THE HESSIAN, has collected a great deal of information regarding the game and the models. These offerings include clippings of old advertisements and reviews, scans of the art from the rulebooks, and even weight comparisons between the old Superior Models lead castings and the new Monday Knight Productions pewter models. He also collected photos of the company's packaging for the game and minis and an article in Military Modeller magazine featuring Superior's 90mm SfW figures.
Another blog of interest to Starfleet Wars fans is Gonsalvo's Blunders on the Danube. The author has posted lists and photos of his SfW fleets. These have some great paint jobs, and I encourage you to check them out. Gonsalvo also has some scholarship of his own, performing a then-and-now price comparison between the Superior Models 1979 catalog and the current-day Monday Knight Productions web store (spoiler alert: even before taking inflation into account, today's products are almost as cheap or cheaper than the listed prices of yesteryear).
There are a few other blogs containing posts which readers of SGDN should find interesting. These sites (as well as the two mentioned above) are all on my blogroll, but in case you overlooked them, here they are:
- The Painted Thumb: Holdfast, a fellow San Antonio-area gamer, has his own photos of the battles in my Chancellor Campaign.
- El Grego has some photos of minis for MAATAC, the ground-combat game set in the Starfleet Wars universe, up at Pewter-Pixel Wars.
- He has even more MAATAC photos on his other blog, Small Scale Stuff.
- RavenFeast's Mead Hall: RF uses the SfW/GK ships with his own rules and setting, Sunder the Stars. Check it out for lots of picks of these models.