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Upper Pylon 2 – Feedback Section for The Nagus

Today, we bring you our first separate feedback section podcast! Yes, we at UP2 have decided to split the main show and the feedback section, so now you all (if you so choose) can get double the UP2 every week with double...

Ten Forward Episode #159 – Quintessential Trek

Sometimes El Presidente has good ideas, sometimes he has bad ideas, sometimes he don’t know if the idea is good or bad until it’s published, this is one of those times.   Chris is joined by Evil Dan, Nice...

Upper Pylon 2 – 1 x 13: Battle Lines

Captain’s Log:  Stardate Classified:  Due to a natural disaster, I was away from the station at the time of the recording of this week’s report.  I must confess, I am so incredibly proud of my crew.  I have to give...

Booby Trap, TNG S3 E06 Review, The Battle Bridge

While investigating a 1,000-year-old alien derelict, the Enterprise gets caught in the same energy trap which doomed that vessel a millennium ago. Today James and Lou discuss (Booby Trap) and what we think of it and much...

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Win Tickets to the Star Trek: The Ultimate Voyage Concert in London

World premiere of Star Trek: The Ultimate Voyage Tour celebrates five decades of Star Trek Set to beam down to Royal Albert Hall this November Five decades of Star Trek will be celebrated at the Royal Albert Hall in a...

Reference Guide for the Future gets an update

The Star Trek Encyclopedia: A Reference Guide for the Future, which has long been the go-to source for everything related to the Star Trek canon, soon will be updated for the first time since its release in 1999. Due out in...

Recent Posts From Features

A Fistful of Mirrors -by Rick Austin @EvolvedRick

This, Q thought, should be fun. He looked around the room, admiring its functional simplicity. The long conference table, the high-backed padded chairs, the large monitor screen on the main wall, even the potted plant in...

Leonard Nimoy: Each according to his gifts -By Rick Austin @EvolvedRick

  He was Spock. That’s what many know, and that was one of the many thoughts that people had when they heard of the death of Leonard Nimoy. By his own admission Spock was a part of him, and in turn he brought...