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Star Trek Magazine Issue 65

Providing in-depth coverage of all aspects of Star Trek, from the classic years of Kirk and Spock, through Jean Luc Picard, Captains Sisko, Janeway and Archer to the new JJ Abrams movies, Star Trek Magazine is your indispensable guide to the Star Trek universe. Every issue contains star-name interviews, great analytical features and exclusive photography from the CBS archives.

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captain’s log

Klingons! However they’re depicted – ridged, smooth, bald, hirsute, helmeted, duplicitous, drunk, or the very model of a Starfleet officer – they are the quintessential aliens of Star Trek. Seemingly always in a rotten mood, and often having a very bad hair day (yes, even the bald ones, which may explain why those guys and gals seem particularly angry), it’s impossible not to enjoy their reappearances throughout the 50-plus years of Trek history. This issue we speak with several Klingons, and find out more about how they were reimagined for Star Trek: Discovery. Kenneth Mitchell fills us in on Discovery’s snarling villain Kor, while we have a jolly time with Next Generation and Deep Space Nine stalwarts Robert O’Reilly (the fabulous Gowron) and J.G. Hertzler (grizzled warrior Martok). We also delve…

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discovery season 2: go!

With Star Trek: Discovery back for its final run of Season 1 episodes as this issue of Star Trek Magazine hits newsstands, work is well underway on Season 2 of the show. No sooner had the ninth episode of Discovery’s first season, “Into the Forest I Go,” debuted on CBS All Access and Netflix than Executive Producer and showrunner Aaron Harberts announced on Twitter that he would be “starting work on S2 tomorrow” (before reporting that due to being “old” and “jet-lagged” he was “off to bed”). In addition, as reported in UK newspaper Metro, Harberts revealed that the second season of the show would begin tackling how elements of Discovery will reconcile with the original series, notably the U.S.S. Discovery’s spore drive and Michael Burnham’s place in the firmament. “That’s going…

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promethean fire

Titan Books have unveiled plans for the further prose adventures of the U.S.S. Prometheus , hot on the heels of the ship’s starring role in Star Trek Prometheus: Fire with Fire . Written by Christian Humberg and Bernd Perplies and published at the tail end of 2017, Fire with Fire sees Starfleet’s advanced flagship, the U.S.S. Prometheus – first featured in the Star Trek: Voyager episode “Message in a Bottle” – dispatched to a mysterious region of space known as the Lembatta Cluster in order to tackle a terrorist organization that threatens both the Federation and the Klingon Empire. Originally published in Germany in 2016, the novel is the first part in a trilogy of adventures set in 2385 (in other words, post-Star Trek Nemesis), all starring the Prometheus and its crew…

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point to pointy ears

Available now from Cider Mill Press, Search for Spock: A Star Trek Book of Exploration presents 15 full-color illustrated scenarios in which readers must locate the iconic Vulcan, who is secreted somewhere in amongst teeming scenes inspired by locations in the original series. Illustrated by Craig Boldman, the 9.5 x 12.5-inch, 40-page hardcover invites readers to test their observation skills and seek out Spock in such exotic locales as Starlet Academy, a tribble-infested Enterprise, and on Vulcan itself. As with Pearlman’s previous Trek books, Fun with Kirk and Spock and Redshirt’s Little Book of Doom, Search for Spock is aimed at both adults and children, with plenty for both the casual Trek fan and the more serious devotee to enjoy, including “Easter egg” appearances by characters from across the Star Trek…

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the (light) year ahead

As 2018 gets underway, there’s still time to nab a Star Trek calendar to plot out the year in Trek and keep track of important dates over the next 12 months (including, fingers crossed, the debut of Discovery Season 2). While three wall calendars have been available for a while from Universe Publishing in the States – Star Trek: Discovery 2018, Ships of the Line 2018, and an original series calendar – more recently Danilo in the UK have published two calendars to complement their already-released Star Trek Ships of the Line offering. Their Star Trek: Discovery Offi cial 2018 Calendar boasts a different set of images for the monthly pages to the equivalent Universe calendar, while the strikingly retro Star Trek Offi cial 2018 Calendar is illustrated with colorful covers…

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symphonic trek

Two of the Kelvin Timeline movies will have their scores performed live by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, as part of a special Star Trek weekend at London’s Royal Albert Hall. On Saturday June 2, 2018 at 2.30pm (doors 1.45pm) and again at 7.30pm (doors 6.45pm), the Royal Philharmonic will perform Michael Giacchino’s score to Star Trek (2009) at a screening of J.J. Abrams’ film in the historic concert venue. Then, on Sunday June 3 at 2.30pm (doors 1.45pm), Justin Lin’s Star Trek Beyond will be screened as the Royal Philharmonic perform Giacchino’s score to that film. All performances will be conducted by Ernst Van Tiel. In-between the matinee and evening performance on June 2 at 5.35pm there’ll be a pre-film talk in the Hall’s Gallery on the science behind the movies. Dr.…