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Star Trek Magazine

Star Trek Magazine March/April 2018

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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United Kingdom
Langue:
English
Éditeur:
Titan Publishing Group
Fréquence:
Quarterly
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captain’s log

Can you remember what you were doing 15 years ago? Personally I struggle to recall what I was doing last week let alone a decade and a half ago, but in this particular instance I have a unique aid to memory. Because around this time, 15 years ago, I was writing my final editorial for Star Trek Magazine. In bidding farewell to the magazine that I’d edited for 25 issues and two years – signing off with a distinctly underwhelming “Thank you, and goodnight” – I had no reason to think I’d ever sit in the captain’s chair again. And yet here I am, 15 years older and not especially wiser, settling into the seat only recently vacated by the brilliant Christopher Cooper (thanks for keeping it warm, Chris – possibly…

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a grand finale!

As Star Trek: Discovery’s intense Season 1 finale makes it debut on CBS All Access and Netflix, work on Season 2 of the smash hit show is continuing apace. Kicking off on January 7 with the shocking events of the Jonathan Frakes-directed “Despite Yourself ” – in which the U.S.S. Discovery crew found themselves in the Mirror Universe – the second chapter of Discovery’s inaugural season climaxed on February 11 with the action-packed “Will You Take My Hand?” The finale caps a run of six episodes that have left fans reeling and critics applauding, with USA Today naming Discovery one of the 10 best new shows of 2017 and Variety naming Sonequa Martin-Green (Michael Burnham) as one of the year’s breakout stars. In addition, Netflix revealed that Discovery placed at number four…

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kelvin kollectibles!

A remarkable offering of unique props and costumes from the first two Kelvin Timeline films went under the hammer at the tail end of 2017, with many items achieving multiple their estimates. Taking place on December 2 and run by the Prop Store in association with Paramount Pictures, the auction comprised 400 lots of original props and costumes from the J.J. Abrams-directed Star Trek (2009) and Star Trek Into Darkness. Bidding took place online, on the phone, and in person from the Prop Store’s Valencia, California base. The two biggest sales were Captain Kirk’s Enterprise command uniform from Into Darkness – as worn by Chris Pine – which went for $25,000, three times its estimate, and Mr. Spock’s uniform from the same film – as worn by Zachary Quinto – which fetched…

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music to make the sanest man go mad

As Season 1 of Star Trek: Discovery reaches its conclusion, Jeff Russo’s original score for the show is heading for a CD and vinyl release early in 2018. Released as a download at the end of 2017 by Lakeshore Records, the soundtrack comprises 21 tracks, among them “First Offi cer’s Log,” “Torchbearer,” “Captain Mudd,” and two versions of “Main Title,” with the music performed by a 60-piece orchestra. “The producers and I talked a lot about telling this story from an emotional point of view,” said Russo, whose previous work includes an Emmy-Award winning score for the TV series Fargo. “Relationships play a big role in this incarnation of the series, so trying to be true to that and create themes that connect characters is important.” Added Discovery co-creator Alex Kurtzman: “Jeff manages…

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secrets   of stamets

Lieutenant Paul Stamets, the U.S.S. Discovery’s science offi cer, is set to make his comic book debut in March, in the first Star Trek: Discovery Annual . Written by Kirsten Beyer and Mike Johnson, with art by Angel Hernandez, the annual promises to explore who Stamets is and how he and his research partner, Straal, came to discover the mycelial network, and thus develop Discovery’s spore drive. In addition, the comic will reveal how Stamets met his significant other, Dr. Hugh Culber, played on the show by Wilson Cruz. Upon seeing the cover of the annual, Stamets actor Anthony Rapp tweeted: “You don’t even understand. I’ve been a comic book geek since I was a child and now I AM ON THE COVER OF A COMIC BOOK AND GHDJDKSNHEBEKsbbdvFfcCzghsjdndbxzb!!!!!!!!!! AAAAAAaaaaaaahhhhh!!!! That is…

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nothing to fear

The title of the third Star Trek: Discovery tie-in novel has been announced, along with details of its Sarufocused plot. Written by New York Times bestselling author – and Star Trek Magazine alumnus – James Swallow, Star Trek: Discovery: Fear Itself centers on Saru’s time aboard the U.S.S. Shenzhou, detailing an episode when, according to the official synopsis, the Kelpien “breaks protocol in order to prove himself to his crewmates” during “a vital rescue mission to save a vessel in distress.” The synopsis continues: “Forced into a command role he may not be ready for, Saru is caught between his duty and the conflicting agendas of two antagonistic alien races. To survive, he will need to seek a path of peace against all odds, and risk compromising the very ideals he has…