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Star Trek Magazine

Star Trek Magazine Spring 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.

Pays:
United Kingdom
Langue:
English
Éditeur:
Titan Publishing Group
Fréquence:
Quarterly
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1 min.
captain’s log

Say what now? A new Star Trek TV series? On... television? Have you gone space crazy?! OK, so we may have gotten ourselves lost in the Bajoran wormhole for a couple of months, but we didn’t expect to fight through hordes of Jem’Hadar on our way back to the Alpha Quadrant only to find we’d missed a story this big! Star Trek Lives! In which universe or century will the new show be set? At the time of writing, who knows! What will the new crew be like? For now, that’s an interstellar mystery. How many episodes? Um... What we definitely know is that in just one year’s time, we’ll be joining a new crew, on new adventures into the far-flung future, and Star Trek Magazine will be there, every step of the…

3 min.
star trek lives!

Following the news that CBS All Access were bringing Star Trek back to TV screens, and that Alex Kurtzman would be executive producer, the rumor mill swung into action. Kurtzman and CBS were on the hunt for a suitable writer that could mold their new show into something special, but who would that be? One name was on the tip of every Trek fan’s tongue, but could we dare to hope? In early February, the announcement was made – veteran Star Trek writer and showrunner extraordinaire Bryan Fuller was taking command! When Star Trek Magazine last spoke to Fuller, back in April 2013, we asked him about the prospect of working on a new Star Trek. At the time, it seemed like a far-off dream. “That is going to be firmly in the…

1 min.
convention corner

Way back in 1972, the Statler Hotel in New York was the location of the very first Star Trek convention, so where better to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the show than in the city that never sleeps? Star Trek: Mission New York, a three-day event running from September 2-4, 2016, at the Javits Center in New York City, promises to be the ultimate destination for Trek fans, featuring interactive exhibits, exclusive merchandise, big-name guests, panels and screenings. ReedPOP, global experts at producing and curating the world’s best fan experiences, will develop a unique program that will entertain and engage thousands of Star Trek fans for a new, and very different convention experience. Lance Fensterman, Global Senior Vice President of ReedPOP, said, “Star Trek: Mission New York will be a completely unique fan…

1 min.
school daze

We can’t promise you’ll pass Kobayashi Maru 101, but you’ll certainly learn a thing or two if you can get to the Canada Aviation and Space Museum in Ottawa from May, 2016, when it hosts the world premiere of the Star Trek: Starfleet Academy Experience – an exciting new interactive exhibition that brings the 26th Century into the present day. Produced by EMS Entertainment, the Experience will fill a 15,000 square foot exhibition space, and take visitors through a nine-zone training experience, covering Language, Medical, Navigation, Engineering, Command, and Science, after which they will be assigned a specialty based on the results of their training. And it’s not just play-acting – at the heart of the Academy Experience there is genuine learning to be had, with its mission statement to inspire…

1 min.
disc discovery

Remember the floppy disc? Not the 3.5 inch ones with the hard plastic enclosure, but the bigger 5 1/4 inch discs that were actually, you know, floppy? A single sided disc could hold as much as 140kB of data (depending on the computer system it was formatted to work with), and a Double Density disc could contain a mammoth 340kB. Imagine that?! All those k’s! Time and memory capacity have moved on, but it transpires Gene Roddenberry was an early adopter when it came to making notes and generating story ideas using computers. When he died, in 1991, he left a stash of around 200 of those 5 1/4 inch discs with his personal effects. Unfortunately, thanks to those discs being formatted to work only with his two custom-built computers, the…

1 min.
the new dawn continues

Six years have passed since the launch of Star Trek Online, and in January the team at Cryptic celebrated by releasing a special Featured Episode, “Time and Tide.” The enigmatic Q also returned to the MMORPG, challenging the players in numerous mini-games in which they could earn new items and prizes, including a powerful new starship – the Krenim Science Vessel. Star Trek Online’ Season 11, “New Dawn,” finds all three major factions – the Federation, Klingon Empire, and Romulan Republic – seeking new allies for aid in rebuilding, after the thrilling conclusion to the war against the Iconians. New episodes, “Sunrise” and “Stormbound,” introduced players to the origins of two familiar races, never before seen in Star Trek Online, and set the stage for exciting new possibilities for future exploration. Following…