Star Trek: Lower Decks: Season 1 Blu-ray, DVD Review

 

Nearly twenty years after William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, and the rest of the Enterprise crew played Star Trek for laughs in the Futurama episode “Where No Fan Has Gone Before,” Starfleet is getting colorfully comedic again with Star Trek: ...CONTINUE

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Star Trek: Picard: Season One Blu-ray, DVD Review

 

There was a time when seeing an actor return to the role that made them famous meant their career had stalled and they needed the money, and what they did with this return usually reflected this. But no more. ...CONTINUE

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Star Trek: Discovery: Season Two Blu-ray, DVD Review

 

As some people who’ve purchased video games and eBooks have discovered the hard way, digital is not necessarily forever. Or available if your Internet goes out (which is sadly more of a problem than you might expect). Which is ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Star Trek: The Next Generation: Available Light Author Dayton Ward

While the Star Trek novels have always adhered to the canon created by the TV shows and movies, they’re not canonical themselves. But they do, ironically, have their own canon, complete with their own ongoing storylines. In the following email ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Star Trek: Discovery: The Way To The Stars Author Una McCormack

For years, writers have expanded upon the Star Trek universe with non-canonical adventures in novel form. But in Star Trek: Discovery: The Way To The Stars (paperback, Kindle), veteran Star Trek author Una McCormack takes a somewhat ...CONTINUE

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Star Trek: Discovery: Season One Blu-ray, DVD Review

In theory, one of the upsides of a TV streaming service is that your favorite shows are always available. In practice, however, that hasn’t always been the case. For that, you still need a physical release, something a lot of ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Star Trek Discovery Desperate Hours Author David Mack

To coincide with the launch of a new Star Trek series, Star Trek Discovery, the good people at Gallery Books/Simon & Schuster who oversee the literary adventures of Kirk, Picard, and the rest have commissioned longtime Star Trek novelist ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: Star Trek Enterprise Rise Of The Federation Patterns Of Interference Author Christopher L Bennett

When Star Trek: Enterprise went off the air in 2005 after four seasons, fans of the show were understandably disappointed. But as with the other shows, being cancelled didn’t end the adventure for the original Enterprise and her crew. In ...CONTINUE

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Exclusive Interview: The Punch Escrow Author Tal M Klein

A few years ago, in the science section of The New York Times, a physicist explained that the transporters from Star Trek were technically impossible. But while this is an assertion that writer Tal M Klein agrees with, that ...CONTINUE

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