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Star Trek Magazine

Star Trek Magazine July/August 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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2 min.
captain’s log

I’m pretty sure my first exposure to the notion of evil mirror counterparts came via a story I read as a kid in one of my sister’s comics. (What I was doing reading my sister’s comics is a question only those unfamiliar with how brilliantly unhinged British girls’ comics were in the 1970s would need to ask.) In this tale, a succession of unsuspecting souls gazed into a nightmarishly framed mirror and became twisted, malevolent versions of themselves. Though the name of the story escapes me, the compellingly creepy hold it exerted on me is as resonant today as it was 40 years ago. Whether this was the root of my perennial enthusiasm for stories about evil doppelgängers and alternate realities (Ray Bradbury’s “The Sound of Thunder”; Stephen King’s The Dark Half;…

3 min.
the picard maneuver!

Sir Patrick Stewart will once more be assuming the role that first brought him global fame in Star Trek: The Next Generation over 30 years ago: Jean-Luc Picard. Stewart will reprise the iconic character – whom he last portrayed in 2002’s Star Trek Nemesis – in a CBS All Access series created by Star Trek: Discovery Executive Producer and showrunner Alex Kurtzman, fellow Discovery Executive Producer James Duff, former Discovery Executive Producer Akiva Goldsman, novelist Michael Chabon, and writer Kirsten Beyer. Stewart will serve as an executive producer, alongside Kurtzman, Duff, Goldsman, Chabon, Trevor Roth, Heather Kadin, and Rod Roddenberry. The news broke Saturday August 4 at Star Trek Las Vegas 2018, where Executive Producer Alex Kurtzman took to the main stage “to bring out a good friend to talk about the…

1 min.
discovery on disc

The first season of Star Trek: Discovery will arrive on Blu-ray and DVD on November 13 in the USA and Canada, with UK and international releases to follow. The news came during the final Discovery panel at Star Trek Las Vegas on August 5, where fans were entertained by Sonequa Martin-Green (Burnham), Doug Jones (Saru), and Anson Mount (Pike), and treated to a trailer for the CBS Home Entertainment release. All 15 episodes of Season 1 will be included on the release, along with two hours of bonus features, including deleted and extended scenes, and interviews with cast and crew.…

1 min.
strip mining

Kenneth Mitchell announced that he will be back in Star Trek: Discovery – this despite his character, Kol, having seemingly been blown to smithereens in “Into the Forest I Go.” The Star Trek Film Academy, an immersive overview of the art and craft of filmmaking, will run its inaugural session at the Star Trek: The Original Series Set Tour in Ticonderoga, New York, April 30–May 5, 2019, where Star Trek professionals will offer lectures, workshops, and full scene filming. The fourth Discovery tie-in novel, The Way to the Stars by Una McCormack, will be published in January 2019 by Simon & Schuster/ Pocket Books, focusing primarily on Sylvia Tilly. Pocket Books will have further Star Trek offerings early in 2019: The Antares Maelstrom, Greg Cox’s original series novel, will arrive in March,…

3 min.
discovery number one

Rebecca Romijn has joined the cast of Star Trek: Discovery Season 2, portraying Number One, the role originally inhabited by Majel Barrett-Roddenberry in Star Trek’s first pilot, “The Cage.” The news was unveiled during the Discovery Hall H panel at San Diego Comic-Con 2018, during which Anson Mount (Inhumans/Hell on Wheels) – who plays Captain Christopher Pike in the new season – told the audience, “We’re going to get to meet the original Number One,” before quipping: “I can’t tell you who it is, but her initials are… Rebecca Romijn. I’ll let you figure that out.” After adding that X-Men and Librarians star was “great to work with” and “a lovely person,” Mount revealed that he’d also just that day met Chris Hunter, son of Jeffrey Hunter, who played Pike in “The…

1 min.
continuing mission

As well as his new role of showrunner on Star Trek: Discovery , Executive Producer Alex Kurtzman has signed a five-year extension of his production agreement with CBS Television Studios, with a remit to produce new Star Trek series, miniseries, and even animation. Joining Kurtzman as part of the deal are fellow Discovery producers Heather Kadin and Aaron Baiers, respectively president and senior vice president of television at Kurtzman’s Secret Hideout production company. “CBS has also allowed us the great pleasure of reintroducing the world of Star Trek to audiences new and old, and we are very excited to keep working alongside them to expand that world,” said Kurtzman.…