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Star Trek Magazine

Star Trek Magazine Summer 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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captain’s log

It’s the same old story. You hang around for ages, waiting for your ride, then two starships turn up at once. Typical! We’re just one month away from the first landmark Star Trek event of this fiftieth anniversary year – the release of Star Trek Beyond. As if that wasn’t big enough, the new Star Trek series from CBS All Access steams inexorably towards production. We’ve not seen this much activity in the Trek universe since those heady days of the mid-90s, when DS9 and Voyager were both on air, and the Next Generation were casting their light on the silver screen. The very thought makes me dizzy. Perhaps I need a doctor… Thankfully, this issue has several. We take an in-depth look at Starfleet’s finest medical practitioners, and speak to the…

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revenge remastered

Home cinema buffs should fire up their digital projectors this June, with a trio of Trek movies set to grace enormous living room screens everywhere. Finally available on Blu-ray is the Director’s Cut of the jewel in the Star Trek movie crown, The Wrath of Khan. Digitally remastered in High Definition, this disc includes both Nicholas Meyer’s Director’s Cut plus the original theatrical version, and a brand new 30-minute documentary on the development and production of the movie, along with extensive, previously released special features. Also out are J.J. Abrams’ duo of movies, with Star Trek (2009) and Star Trek Into Darkness becoming the first Trek movies to be released on Ultra-High Definition Blu-ray. The releases include a host of extras across their three discs. The 2009 movie features three hours of…

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toronto – the next frontier

With Bryan Fuller secure in the showrunner’s chair, and production set to begin this fall, the new Star Trek series from CBS All Access is beginning to gather pace. Following on from Fuller’s appointment came news that Wrath of Khan director Nicholas Meyer had joined the show both as consulting producer and as a writer. Meyer has since spoken in interviews that the final original cast movie, The Undiscovered Country – which Meyer wrote and directed – would be a “touchstone” for the new show. Also beaming aboard are Rod Roddenberry and Tim Roth of Roddenberry Entertainment, both of whom will be executive producers on the new series. Bryan Fuller, speaking about their appointment, said “It is only fitting that Rod Roddenberry and Roddenberry Entertainment join our new Trek adventure, to ensure…

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jump to it, cadet!

As previously reported last issue, you’ll soon to be able to experience the rigors of Starfleet training, as The Starfleet Academy Experience opens its doors at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum complex in New York. The Experience will feature interactive activities and unique technology, including Leap Motion, table projections, projection mapping, and holograms. In addition, the museum will feature special Star Trek–themed programs and tours throughout the summer. To secure your place in class, go to www.intrepidmuseum.org…

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setting a course for consoles

Cryptic Studios have announced upcoming versions of Star Trek Online for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles, to be released worldwide later this year. “The team is still hard at work, making these new versions ready to boldly go to consoles everywhere,” Charles Gray at Cryptic revealed to Star Trek Magazine, “Captains can expect the enhanced graphics and exciting gameplay these consoles are known for, and more! We’ll have more exciting details on them as we get closer to the official launch date. Stay tuned.”…

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all our yesterdays

In its latest free expansion, “Agents of Yesterday,”Star Trek Online takes things back to where it all started, or rather when it all started: the 23rd Century era of the original Star Trek series. Remember the Temporal Cold War, introduced in Star Trek: Enterprise? While Captain Archer and his crew may have heroically averted a full scale war in the Trek prequel, Star Trek Online players witnessed the first shots of the time-traveling conflict being fired during the MMOPRG’s 11th Season. Now, in “Agents of Yesterday,” players get to journey into a new frontier – time itself – and for the first time begin their careers in the time of Kirk, Spock, and McCoy, as captains from the 23rd Century are recruited as Temporal Agents and charged with the security…