New TOS Retro Art Prints Now Available
Nov05

New TOS Retro Art Prints Now Available

Juan Ortiz has created 4 new TOS Retro Art Prints, which are available now. Star Trek.com chatted with the artist. Here’s what he had to say:  “A Private Little War.” Up first is “A Private Little War.” Take us through the genesis of this print… ORTIZ: The Enterprise and crewman are derived from the scene where Kirk and McCoy are attacked by the Mugato. This was one of the first three prints that I made...

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The Next Generation Of Guests Announced For Destination Star Trek Germany
Nov05

The Next Generation Of Guests Announced For Destination Star Trek Germany

The second guests announced for Destination Star Trek, which will be held on February 21-23, 2014, at the Messe Frankfurt in Frankfurt, Germany are as follows:        Jonathan Frakes, Marina Sirtis, Gates McFadden and Michael Dorn   Jonathan Frakes played William T. Riker, the USS Enterprise-D and E’s first officer. He was later promoted to captain of the USS Titan Marina Sirtis played Deanna Troi a half-Betazoid,...

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Joe Cornish set to direct Star Trek 3?
Nov05

Joe Cornish set to direct Star Trek 3?

Attack the Block director Joe Cornish is in the frame to direct the next Star Trek movie, the third in the recent series of reboots masterminded by JJ Abrams. Due to his commitments on Star Wars, Abrams recently confirmed he would not return to direct Star Trek 3 despite the success of the second instalment, Into Darkness, and Cornish has now emerged as the frontrunner to replace him, according to Deadline. Cornish made waves with his...

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Big Screen vs. Small Screen, a Trekkie Perspective by Meredith Jones
Nov03

Big Screen vs. Small Screen, a Trekkie Perspective by Meredith Jones

One of my local cinema distribution agencies has the motto “It’s always better on the big screen”. This got me to wondering… is it really true? Who doesn’t enjoy feeling the surround sound from thirty speakers reverberating right through ones body, jiggling up the mandatory fruity-flavoured slushy drink and bucketful of highly salted popcorn already taking up plenty of space inside? What can rival the visually stunning 3-D...

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Return to Sivao – Part 7 by Gail Gerard
Nov03

Return to Sivao – Part 7 by Gail Gerard

This story has been given a rating of PG-13 (US) and 12A (UK) Chapter 7 Dreamfinder walked back to her quarters, her heart breaking into a thousand tiny little shards of glass that seemed to penetrate every fiber of her being. Although he’d admitted he missed her and still cared for her, Data didn’t want her. Not like that. Not the way she wanted him. Well! Dreamfinder blinked back tears of hurt and frustration as she...

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Return to Sivao – Part 6 By Gail Gerard
Nov03

Return to Sivao – Part 6 By Gail Gerard

This story has been given a rating of PG-13 (US) and 12A (UK) Chapter 6 Several years passed before Data’s and Dreamfinder’s paths crossed again. By this time he was a full commander, and the second officer of the Enterprise. Dreamfinder had taken Star’s place as Sivaoan ambassador, and had kits of her own. Once again, she was summoned to a conference and the Enterprise was her escort. “Dreamfinder…it is...

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Return to Sivao – Part 5 by Gail Gerard
Nov03

Return to Sivao – Part 5 by Gail Gerard

This story has been given a rating of PG-13 (US) and 12A (UK) Return to Sivao chapter 5 Dreamfinder snuggled into Data’s hard, cold shoulder. She didn’t mind that he wasn’t flesh and blood…she was attracted to his intelligence, not his handsome good looks. She’d always been attracted to smart males, she realized as she began to purr. Data frowned momentarily, analyzing the sensation he felt from the...

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Out Now: Star Trek: The Fall: A Ceremony of Losses
Oct30

Out Now: Star Trek: The Fall: A Ceremony of Losses

Out now is the third book of a five-book story arc that takes place over a sixty-day period involving all aspects of The Next Generation and Deep Space Nine universes. Star Trek: The Fall: A Ceremony of Losses is written by David Mack. Publishers description The third original novel in the electrifying The Next Generation/Deep Space Nine crossover event! Despite heroic efforts, the Andorian species is headed for extinction. Its slow...

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DID JJ SPOIL THE STAR TREK GAME? By Rick Austin
Oct30

DID JJ SPOIL THE STAR TREK GAME? By Rick Austin

I love Star Trek. Anyone who knows me knows that. In the giant warehouse of pop-culture that serves as my brain, there’s a huge filing cabinet that has STAR TREK emblazoned on the side. I love the original show, wobbly sets and all, and as a kid I read a photobook of The Trouble With Tribbles countless times. The Next Generation got me through some wild teenage years. Deep Space Nine was the dark side of Star Trek, and it helped me...

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Think Geek Presents: Star Trek: The Next Generation Uniform Hoodie
Oct29

Think Geek Presents: Star Trek: The Next Generation Uniform Hoodie

New from Think Geek is  Star Trek: The Next Generation Uniform Hoodie. Modeled on the two-piece, Robert Blackman uniforms from seasons 3 forward, these hoodies are a ThinkGeek creation and exclusive. Product description: The hood features piping along the edge. When the hood is up, it’s a hoodie. When the hood is down, it mimics the collar of the uniform. They made these without pips so that you can add your own, appropriate to...

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