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Simon & Schuster/Pocket Books announced a November 25, 2014, date for a new paperback novel titled “Star Trek: The Original Series – Foul Deeds Will Rise”, by Greg Cox a New York Times bestselling author.
Amoral, shrouded in secrecy, and answerable to no one, Section 31 is the mysterious covert operations division of Starfleet, a rogue shadow group committed to safeguarding the Federation at any cost.
Paramount Home Entertainment announced a deluxe, four-disc release of 2009’s Star Trek and 2013’s Star Trek Into Darkness, set for release this September, containing every produced material missing from Into Darkness release.
One of the most iconic reoccurring characters on Star Trek has to be the character of Q. Between TNG, DS9 and Voyager he appeared a total of 12 times leaving his mark on the Star Trek universe.
Star Trek: The Next Generation two-hour series finale “All Good Things” aired May 23, 1994 – twenty years ago today.
We sometimes forget while watching our favorite television shows or movies that the actors portraying the characters we love are also real human beings and the cast of the Next Generation show us how much heart they really have.
After a seven year absence from the big screen Star Trek warped back onto the big screen on May 8th 2009 making today its fifth anniversary of its release in the U.S.
The Star Trek The Next Generation episode “Skin of Evil,” premiered on April 25, 1988, 26 years ago.
Below you will find some concept art by Victor James Martinez for the movie Star Trek Into Darkness. The artwork of Qo’noS and the Enterprise’s warp core can be seen.
If you’re a fan of the original series of Star Trek, the television show or the movies, more specifically of Leonard Nimoy then you might be interested in the video below.
The one time producer of Star Trek and executive producer of Battlestar Galactica, Ronald D. Moore, says Star Trek should really be on television if it’s going to remain a sustainable franchise.
Below are some very cool art posters created for the Original Series of Star Trek. I don’t remember exactly who was the artist behind the prints, but they were very well done in my opinion.
A new Star Trek novel, “No Time Like the Past”, an original series story will hit the book stores on February 25, 2014.
Star Trek The Magazine premiered with its first issue in May of 1999.
The third season of Star Trek: The Next Generation began airing on September 25, 1989 and concluded on June 18, 1990 after 26 episodes.
Check out four wonderful looking prints that all take a look back at the original Star Trek series of Kirk, Spock and Bones.
You can check out some of the cover art to several different Star Trek novels.
Artist Matt Ferguson has made a series of poster prints for all twelve of the Star Trek movies. The prints below are some of the best I have seen done by an artist.
The Intrepid Class one of the most advanced starships in Starfleet, was the first to field both bio-neural gelpaks and the Emergency Medical Hologram system.
William Shatner, the original Captain Kirk, in a radio interview gave director J.J. Abrams high praise as a director as he begins to take on the other sci-fi franchise.
Star Trek #25 from IDW publishing has begun a four part series that picks up not long after the events of “Into Darkness” with the Enterprise caught in the middle.
Juan Ortiz, has created 22 art prints based on Star Trek: The Animated Series. The prints set will be available in the near future. This is Part II of my two-part post.