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Star Trek Magazine

Star Trek Magazine May/June 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
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captain’s log

In our present TV golden age of box sets and streaming and demanding on-demand shows like Star Trek: Discovery, it’s easy to forget that serialized storytelling wasn’t always so prevalent in television. Twenty-five years ago, the notion of characters and storylines evolving and progressing across a season – and frequently multiple seasons – was anathema to most drama serials. The demands of syndication and reruns meant that episodes of TV shows needed to be, for the most part, discreet entities, able to be shown out of order. Which is why Deep Space Nine was so extraordinary. When the second Star Trek spinoff debuted in 1993, it quickly became evident the nascent series was going to allow a remarkable degree of character conflict and development, dovetailing with the show’s darker, more complex…

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ds9 online!

To mark the 25th anniversary of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine , an abundance of DS9 stars are joining Star Trek Online this summer, reprising their roles in the massively multiplayer online RPG for the first time. Station regulars Nana Visitor (Major Kira), Rene Auberjonois (Odo), and Alexander Siddig (Doctor Bashir) are all making their debuts in the game, voicing the iconic characters they brought to life across seven seasons of DS9. Joining them are Ferengi mainstays Armin Shimerman (Quark), Max Grodenchik (Rom), and Aron Eisenberg (Nog), as well as Chase Masterson (Leeta), making her return to Star Trek Online, this time as part of the Grand Nagus’ diplomatic team. Also making his STO voice acting debut is Jeffrey Combs (Weyoun), along with Andrew Robinson, whose character, the one-time Obsidian Order spy…

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jem’hadar’s the star

For the first time, Star Trek Online players will be able to create and play as Jem’Hadar characters, as the Dominion soldiers assume a prominent role in the MMORPG’s latest expansion. In the Victory is Life expansion – which takes its name from the Jem’Hadar’s motto – the Dominion is under siege by the legendary Hur’q, a Gamma Quadrant species once thought extinct. In response, the Founders have turned to their fearsome soldiers, giving STO players the opportunity to join the Jem’Hadar’s ranks and create their own cloned warriors. According to STO’s Paul Reed, these troopers “will enter the game at Level 60, fully equipped and ready for battle against the Dominion’s foes.”…

3 min.
discovery in demand

Season 1 nets award nominations, tops chart With production proceeding apace on Season 2 of Star Trek: Discovery , the show’s first season has netted an impressive five nominations in the Saturn Awards, and enjoyed a remarkable run as the most in-demand digital original series. The CBS All Access/Netflix show was the second most-nominated series in the 44th Saturn Awards, gaining nominations for Best New Media Television Series, Best Actor on a Television Series (Jason Isaacs), Best Actress on a Television Series (Sonequa Martin-Green), Best Supporting Actor on a Television Series (Doug Jones), and Best Guest-Starring Performance on Television (Michelle Yeoh). The winners of the awards, which are presented by the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films, will be announced in June. Also on the awards front, Discovery has been nominated…

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nuqneh?

According to the creators of a new free online Duolingo course, via which fans can learn to speak Klingon, the greeting that headlines this story means both “Hello” and “What do you want?” The notoriously terse and throaty tongue of Klingon, which was first developed into a usable form of communication by professional linguist Dr. Marc Okrand, has been translated into an easy-to-use online class by lead course creator Felix Malmenbeck. A language enthusiast who explored Klingon first, Malmenbeck became a Star Trek fan over time. “I do suspect that perhaps Star Trek appealed to me for the same reason that Klingon appeals to many Star Trek fans,” Malmenbeck told Star Trek Magazine. “An appreciation for a deep and developed lore that allows you to get truly engrossed in a fictional world,…

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stephen hawking, 1942–2018

World-renowned physicist Stephen Hawking passed away on Wednesday March 14, aged 76. The acclaimed scientist and author died peacefully at his home in Cambridge. Hawking, who was diagnosed with a rare form of motor neurone disease in 1963 at the age of 21, found fame for his groundbreaking work with black holes and relativity, penning a number of hugely successful popular science books, including the multimillion-selling A Brief History of Time (1988). A towering figure in physics, he was the recipient of the Albert Einstein prize, the Wolf prize, the Copley medal, and the Fundamental Physics prize. A noted Star Trek fan, Hawking appeared as a holographic representation of himself in the 1993 Next Generation episode “Descent,” playing poker with Data, Albert Einstein, and Sir Isaac Newton. The idea for the scene…