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Star Trek Magazine

Star Trek Magazine Summer 2017

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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captain’s log

The Klingons, the Borg, the Gorn, the Zindi... Starfleet’s ongoing mission to seek out new life and new civilizations (and exist peacefully alongside them), hasn’t always gone according to plan. Let’s not even mention sentient gas clouds with God complexes. But along the way, humanity has encountered friendlier aliens – some kind, some brave, some helpful, and one or two of a more dubious disposition. Characters like Guinan, Quark, Ro Laren, and even Garak have become close (if not always trustworthy) allies, adding to the rich diversity of the Star Trek universe. This issue we focus on those alien allies, and a few less savory extraterrestrials too, including an exclusive chat with the Gorn himself – actor and stuntman Bobby Clark. We also speak to Jill Sayre, the Bajoran Dabo girl who…

1 min.
treknology wins

Launched by XPRIZE and the Qualcomm Foundation way back in 2012, the race to design and build a fully-functioning, real-world Tricorder has finally found a winner. The Final Frontier Medical Devices team, led by Philadelphia brothers Dr. Basil Harris (an emergency room doctor), and network engineer George Harris, took home the $2.5 million prize for their entry, snappily named “DxtER”. If you’re wondering how they chose the name, Dx is medical slang for diagnosis, the T namechecks the original Tricorder, and ER is a reference to Dr. Harris’ Emergency Room (so, not after Lieutenant Commander Dexter Remmick, the alien-parasite-infested Starfleet officer from TNG episodes “Coming of Age,” and “Conspiracy.”) DxtER is an “artificial intelligence-based engine that learns to diagnose medical conditions by integrating learnings from clinical emergency medicine with data analysis…

2 min.
idw boldly go british

IDW Comics look to the future while delving into the the past during the coming months, completing their collection of rare UK Star Trek comic reprints and continuing to strike new ground with ongoing titles, miniseries, and collections. Star Trek: The Classic UK Comics, Volume 3 is a compelling compendium of comic strips, rarities, and oddities from 1972 to 1979, featuring the creativity of writers and artists including John Stokes, Jim Baikie, John Canning, Ron Turner, and Frank Bellamy. Of particular interest are the bonus materials, which include ultra-rare strips from one-shots and annuals, and some created especially for toys and other items of Trek merchandise. The volume also contains the second part of an encyclopedia covering all aspects of Star Trek in British comics. Star Trek: Boldly Go, Issue 10 continues…

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enigmatic allies?

If you’ve ever dreamed of pairing up Star Trek characters from Deep Space Nine and The Next Generation, the dynamic duo you’d envisaged probably wasn’t Elim Garak and Dr. Katherine Pulaski. It’s no surprise, then, that the pair don’t exactly hit it off in Una McCormack’s latest Star Trek: Deep Space Nine novel, “Enigma Tales.” Now Castellan of the Cardassian Union, Garak is a conflicted leader, treading a fine line between bright hopes for Cardassia’s future and the dark secrets still buried in its past. When Pulaski and former Starfleet Intelligence agent Dr. Peter Alden arrive on Cardassia Prime to accept an award, they become embroiled in a tense political game, with Garak at its center. The 368-page novel is out in paperback, eBook, and audiobook formats from June 27th, and is…

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summer style for trekkers

POOL TREK The Trekini is back! Just in time for summer, ThinkGeek are bringing back the Trekini – with an upgraded and improved Star Trek: The Next Generation Trekini Swimwear line, plus a brand new range of swimsuits inspired by the original Star Trek series’ uniforms. The Star Trek: The Original Series Trekini Swimwear line features a stylish two-piece, retro-inspired design, available in the brash primary colors of the original uniforms. The tops retail at $29.99, with the bottoms available at $29.99. The refreshed Next Generation Trekini Swimwear line, costing $59.99 each, has been reimagined to be more comfortable and offer an even better fit than before. Both ranges come in a variety of sizes, from Small to 4X, and are available now. TO BOLDLY DRINK (RESPONSIBLY) The perfect mug for an Iced Raktajino If you’re planning on spending…

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the latest news from the mmorpg

CROSBY RETURNS Trek actors return to the STO universe Returning to Star Trek Online once again, Denise Crosby reprises her role as the infamous Sela, in the new Featured Episode “Survivor.” Crosby is joined by fellow Trek alum Matt Winston, who returns to the game as Temporal Agent Daniels. The episode is available for PC players at level 10 and above. Meanwhile, a new mystery unfolds in “Mirrors and Smoke,” in which players will join forces with the intrepid Lukari captain, Kuumaarke (played by Kipleigh Brown from Star Trek: Enterprise episode, “The Forgotten”), and journey to the edge of known space to explore the secrets that lie within the newly-discovered nebula. As the Lukari continue their initial space exploration efforts, a curious discovery is made. Life signs have been spotted within an artificial nebula…