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Star Trek Magazine

Star Trek Magazine January 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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1 min.
captain’s log

Back when television aired new episodes of your favorite show at a set time every week, you knew you were pretty safe to gather around the water cooler the following morning to dissect the latest adventure, secure in the knowledge that everyone who was going to watch it had almost certainly watched it at the same time as you. These days, with on-demand media making TV schedules a thing of the past, you can’t be so sure. Even in the offices of Star Trek Magazine, I have to double check everyone is up to speed with the latest goings-on aboard the U.S.S. Discovery – a starship where there seems to be a surprise lurking behind every bulkhead – before I open my big mouth. It’s made for some awkward moments, when I’ve…

5 min.
discovery premiere

The Arclight Cinerama Dome in Hollywood, California was the place to be on September 20, 2017, when Star Trek stars past and present gathered for the blue-carpet world premiere of Star Trek: Discovery . It was a full-on affair, with the blue carpet and bright lights dazzling almost as much as the colorful costumes worn by Star Trek fans in attendance. No doubt the most dazzling moment of the event, however, was when Discovery star Sonequa Martin-Green shared a spot on the blue carpet with Trek legends William Shatner and Nichelle Nichols. Martin-Green, whose luminous face conveyed the sheer magnitude of the moment, spoke to Star Trek Magazine moments later. “Oh my gosh, that was phenomenal!” she enthused. “William Shatner and Nichelle Nichols! To have them both look at us and say,…

1 min.
kirk to enterprise !

For the first time in nearly 25 years, William Shatner will take command of the U.S.S. Enterprise , in a special two-day event at Star Trek: The Original Series Set Tour. Last seen on the bridge of the Enterprise NCC-1701-B in 1994’s Star Trek Generations, on May 4 and 5, 2018, Shatner will be back on board the original series NCC-1701 as he participates in a number of appearances, signings, and photo ops at the Ticonderoga, New York base of the Set Tour. Highlights of the two days will undoubtedly be the two-hour “Journey to Babel” reception-style meet-and-greet on the Friday, featuring Shatner as the guest of honor, and a “Live on Stage” event and attendant fan question-and-answer session on the Saturday. But with the opportunity to wander the set and possibly…

1 min.
blackpool props!

Whereas Gabriel Lorca seldom settles for long in his captain’s chair on the U.S.S. Discovery , UK-based fans of the show will get the opportunity to do just that, as a selection of Star Trek: Discovery props arrive at Star Trek: The Exhibition in Blackpool. Besides comparing their posteriors to Lorca’s in the Discovery captain’s chair, visitors to the exhibition can now gaze upon a veritable arsenal of weaponry from the show – notably a phaser and a Klingon mek’leth – as well as a Vulcan chime and pendant, a set of Starfleet badges, and gold (command), silver (science), and copper (operations) Starfleet uniforms. Located on Blackpool’s famous Golden Mile, Star Trek: The Exhibition now boasts over 100 original screen-used props, from each of Star Trek’s TV and movie incarnations. There are…

1 min.
drastic discovery

On February 6, 2018, Star Trek fans will get a glimpse of the dark events that led to the original series episode “The Conscience of the King,” as the second Star Trek: Discovery novel explores the actions of the man who will come to be known as “Kodos the Executioner.” Written by Dayton Ward and published by Simon & Schuster/Pocket Books, Star Trek: Discovery: Drastic Measures details an episode from 10 years before the Battle at the Binary Stars. In 2246, Lieutenant Commander Gabriel Lorca and Commander Philippa Georgiou bear witness to the horrific solution of Governor Kodos to the starvation crisis afflicting his small colony on Tarsus IV. Their rescue mission transformed into a manhunt, Lorca and Georgiou set out on the trail of Kodos. As original series aficionados will doubtless…

1 min.
jean-luc back in wonder

Following in the footsteps of 2015’s trailblazing The Autobiography of James T. Kirk , Titan Books have published the life story of Kirk’s 24th Century successor. As related by former Star Trek: Enterprise producer David A. Goodman, The Autobiography of Jean-Luc Picard traces the life of the eponymous captain, from his youthful indiscretions, to his time commanding the Enterprise-D, to his ascendancy to the position of admiral. Along the way, readers will gain fresh perspectives on key episodes from Picard’s extraordinary Starfleet career, such as his capture and torture by the Cardassians, and his assimilation by the Borg that saw Jean-Luc transformed into Locutus. Offering revealing and surprising insights into Picard’s thoughts and feelings during his encounters with countless alien cultures and individuals – including his bête noire, Q – The Autobiography…