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Star Trek Magazine

Star Trek Magazine Fall 2016

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

“Space…” That single word sends a tingle down your spine, doesn’t it? You can hear the voice, you know the next line, you’ve got that warm, fuzzy feeling in your stomach. It’s Star Trek time again. I wasn’t even born when viewers first heard James T. Kirk speak those immortal lines. I’m not one of those who can claim “I was there!”Star Trek, for me, is something that always was and always had been. While I may be younger than Star Trek, I’m old enough to predate VCRs, to have lived at the mercy of TV schedulers, to have been forced to wait an entire week (can you believe it?!) between episodes! How strange, then, to be excited about that weekly wait once more, as Star Trek gets set to make a…

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voyage of discovery

It’s official: Bryan Fuller’s new Trek vision will be set in the Prime Timeline, and will be called Star Trek: Discovery. Fuller made the surprise announcement at the end of the San Diego Comic-Con Star Trek 50th anniversary panel (see next page), revealing the new show’s title and ship name in a brief teaser trailer. “There are so many reasons why we settled on Discovery” Fuller told startrek.com, following the unveiling, “But the chief one amongst them was that I couldn’t think of a more Star Trek-themed name for a ship than Discovery.” The 13-episode series launches with its pilot episode on CBS in mid-January 2017, with further episodes being released weekly on CBS All Action, and internationally a day later on Netflix. Fuller has also confirmed the series will have an ongoing…

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by george!

A fourth movie set in Star Trek’ Kelvin Timeline was announced by Paramount Pictures in the same weekend that Star Trek Beyond hit cinemas – with the additional news that Chris Hemsworth (Right) will return as George Kirk, the father of James T. Kirk, who seemingly perished in the first reel of J.J. Abram’s 2009 movie. Paramount Pictures revealed that “In the next installment of the epic space adventure, Chris Pine’s Captain Kirk will cross paths with a man he never had a chance to meet, but whose legacy has haunted him since the day he was born: his father” The movie, a Bad Robot and Skydance production, will be written by J.D. Payne and Patrick McCay, who were originally tapped to script what became Star Trek Beyond. The main cast from…

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panel to the stars

On July 23rd, more than 6,500 fans gathered in Hall H at the San Diego Convention Center for the Comic-Con International Star Trek: Celebrating 50 Years panel, which paid tribute to Trek’s past and set the stage for its future. Representing the past were William Shatner, Scott Bakula, Jeri Ryan, Michael Dorn, and Brent Spiner, while the panel was moderated by Bryan Fuller – creator/executive producer of the upcoming Star Trek: Discovery – who pointed Trek forward. “Fifty years,” Fuller marveled, drawing parallels between Trek’ future vision and the problems the world faces today. “Fifty years of a promise of planet Earth uniting all of its citizens under one flag as a species, going out into the galaxy. Think about that. Think about what’s happening in America, and think about the promise…

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crew your consoles

Well into its sixth year, and showing no signs of holding back, Star Trek Online takes a big step into a new frontier from September – and onto games consoles. Launching simultaneously on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 consoles, Star Trek Online’ bold new mission is to deliver the same high quality Star Trek experience to console gamers as it has for players of the PC edition. Featuring adaptations and improvements that take full advantage of the new platform’s power, the team at Cryptic have invested heavily in graphics enhancements for the game, adding new lighting technologies that significantly improve the games visuals. The new look for STO won’t be limited to the console versions, as the improvements will also be coming to the PC version of the game later this…

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pin point accuracy

Badges, patches, and pins have long been a favorite collectible for Trek fans, but a new range coming up from FanSets promises something a little different. Launching later this year, FanSets “Augmented Reality” (AR) pins are an innovative way to experience Star Trek. Each AR pin will be associated with a 3-D image that can be viewed through a Smartphone and tablet app – and when certain pins are collected together, the app recreates a famous scene from Star Trek in glorious 3-D! The app will feature light, sound effects, and theme music, with accompanying battle sounds. You can catch up with the guys from FanSets, and get a demonstration of their fun Trek tech at September’s Star Trek: Mission New York, and Destination Star Trek Europe in October. A full range of…