The first live-action trailer for the new Star Trek series debuted on Wednesday that will no doubt cause some spirited debate among Star Trek fans.
Star Trek TOS
Leonard Nimoy passed away on Friday at the age of 83 and will be forever known as Star Trek’s Mr. Spock as we here at Reggie’s Take dedicate this posting to Mr. Nimoy himself.
This past Sunday’s episode of The Simpsons entitled “The Man Who Came to be Dinner” was a sci-fi adventure for Homer and his family that paid homage to the original Star Trek show.
What if the original Star Trek series had been filmed in high definition or in widescreen? What do you imagine the series would of looked like?
Below are some really nice Star Trek posters based on the Episodes themselves. All by different artists.
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.
Star Trek’s TOS third and final season rewarded fans with a number of memorable episodes, it kicked off in September 1968 with “Spock’s Brain”.
Star Trek’s TOS second season began in September 1967 with “Amok Time”, which introduced actor Walter Koenig as Russian navigator Pavel Chekov, and granted viewers the first glimpse of Spock’s homeworld, Vulcan.