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Star Trek Magazine Star Trek Magazine #74

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.

United Kingdom
Titan Publishing Group
€ 8,08(Incl. btw)
€ 28,73(Incl. btw)
4 Edities

in deze editie

1 min
captain’s log

I’m writing this with a mix of emotions: on the one hand, excitement at the prospect of Star Trek: Picard, which launches this January; on the other, sadness at the loss of René Auberjonois, D. C. Fontana, and Aron Eisenberg, all of whom passed away late in 2019. You can find our tributes to all three starting on page 8, but in addition I’d like to express our condolences to Marina Sirtis, whose husband, Michael Lamper, also passed away late last year. Here at Star Trek Magazine we will always celebrate all those who have contributed so much to Star Trek over the years, even as we look to the future of the franchise. So while this issue we mark the launch of the aforementioned Picard, with exclusive interviews with Sir…

18 min
ten forward

JEAN-LUC TO THE FUTURE! Star Trek: Picard gets underway as new decade dawns With 2020 just a few weeks old, one of the biggest events of the year – at least for Star Trek fans – is already in progress, as Star Trek: Picard begins streaming on CBS All Access, Amazon Prime Video, and CTV Sci-Fi Channel/Crave. Returning to the role of Jean-Luc Picard for the first time since the final Star Trek: The Next Generation movie, 2002’s Star Trek Nemesis, Sir Patrick Stewart leads a cast comprising a mix of new and familiar faces. Foremost among the actors new to Star Trek is Isa Briones, whose character, Dahj, is the focus of one of the biggest shocks of the opening episode. But there are surprises and revelations surrounding the rest of the…

1 min
jack donner, 1928–2019

Jack Donner, the actor behind Romulan Subcommander Tal in the original series episode “The Enterprise Incident,” died on September 21, 2019, aged 90. Donner was one of only five actors to have appeared in both the original series and Star Trek: Enterprise, playing a Vulcan priest in the fourth season episodes “Home” and “Kir’Shana.” Away from Trek, Donner appeared in a wide range of TV shows and movies, including The Man from U.N.C.L.E., Get Smart, Mannix, The Streets of San Francisco, Baywatch, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and 11 episodes of Mission: Impossible. Besides acting, Donner founded and ran his own theater and drama school from 1966 to 1976 – numbering among his pupils director Barry Levinson and Miami Vice star Don Johnson – and became a licensed psychotherapist.…

1 min
sid haig, 1939–2019

Sid Haig, who portrayed the First Lawgiver in the original series episode “The Return of the Archons,” passed away on September 21, 2019, aged 80. Haig appeared in more than 350 TV shows over the course of his 60-year career, including The Untouchables, Batman, Mission: Impossible, Charlie’s Angels, Jason of Star Command (in which he played the evil Dragos for two seasons, in the first season alongside James Doohan, alias Star Trek’s Scotty), Buck Rogers in the 25th Century, The A-Team, and The Fall Guy. Among Haig’s more than 50 movie credits were roles in George Lucas’ 1971 feature film debut, THX 1138, and the 1971 Bond movie Diamonds Are Forever. In the 2000s, he became a horror icon thanks to his performance as murderous clown Captain Spaulding in Rob Zombie’s 2003…

1 min
michael j. pollard, 1939–2019

Character actor Michael J. Pollard, who played Jahn, leader of the Onlies, in the original series episode “Miri,” died on November 21, 2019, aged 80. Best known for the role of bank-robber C. W. Moss in the 1967 film Bonnie and Clyde – for which he earned an Academy Award nomination and two Golden Globe nominations – Pollard appeared in around a hundred movies and TV shows over the course of a six-decade career. Notable film roles included Billy the Kid in Dirty Little Billy (1972), volunteer firefighter Andy in Roxanne (1987), and Bug Bailey in Dick Tracy (1990), while on television he appeared in episodes of Gunsmoke, Lost in Space, The Virginian, The Girl from U.N.C.L.E., Leo & Liz in Beverly Hills, and Toxic Crusaders.…

1 min
robert walker, 1940–2019

Robert Walker, who portrayed the incredibly powerful teenager Charlie Evans in the original series episode “Charlie X,” passed away on December 5, 2019, aged 79. Besides his iconic Star Trek turn, Walker appeared in a wide variety of TV shows, among them The Time Tunnel, Bonanza, The Invaders, Columbo, Quincy, M.E., The Six Million Dollar Man, CHiPs, Murder, She Wrote, and L.A. Law. On the big screen, he had the lead role in Ensign Pulver (1964), and played the title part in the Robert Mitchum-starring western Young Billy Young in 1969. That same year, he made a memorable appearance as the leader of a hippie commune in Easy Rider (1969), during which he got to demonstrate his skill with tai chi.…