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Star Trek Magazine Star Trek Magazine #77

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.

Land:
United Kingdom
Taal:
English
Uitgever:
Titan Publishing Group
Frequentie:
Quarterly
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in deze editie

1 min
captain's log

Ever since Star Trek: Discovery warped onto our screens in 2017, we’ve endeavored to bring you as many star interviews as we could possibly fit into the magazine (witness Titan’s recently-published Star Trek: Discovery Guide to Season 1 and 2, which collects some of those interviews, along with brand new episode guides, and more besides). As brilliant as that’s been, however, something I’ve wanted to do since I took over as editor of Star Trek Magazine (again) – not long after Discovery debuted – is devote some space to those less celebrated stars of the show, the U.S.S. Discovery bridge crew. This issue, as Disco Season 3 dances into view, we do just that. Here you’ll find interviews with five familiar faces who’ve been with the show all through its three…

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3 min
1, 2, 3… go!

With Season 3 of Star Trek: Discovery set for an October 15 start date, excitement for the show – which was delayed when post-production was slowed by the Covid-19 crisis – is reaching a crescendo. In the run-up to the season premiere, Blu del Barrio and Ian Alexander were confirmed as joining the cast of the show, portraying, respectively, Star Trek’s first non-binary and transgender characters. Del Barrio plays Adira, who is described as highly intelligent, with a confidence and self-assurance well beyond their years, and who forms a bond with Paul Stamets (Anthony Rapp) and Hugh Culber (Wilson Cruz). Alexander – who previously featured in The OA – plays Gray, described as empathetic, warm, and eager to fulfill his lifelong dream of being a Trill host, but who has to…

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2 min
day of days

Star Trek honored its 54th anniversary on September 8, 2020, with Star Trek Day, a spectacular 24-hour online celebration that included a livestream on StarTrek.com packed full of select episodes and cast panels. Sonequa Martin-Green (Michael Burnham) kicked things off by introducing a fresh trailer for Star Trek: Discovery’s third season. The clip teased Burnham’s arrival in the year 3188, where her joy over finding life signs soon gives way to the realization that the Federation’s influence has diminished following a mysterious event known as “the Burn.” Fans were treated to glimpses of an updated logo, a crash-landed U.S.S. Discovery, and the series’ new characters Gray, Adira, Book, and Book’s cat, Grudge (whose existence was first teased by Anthony “Stamets” Rapp at Destination Star Trek 2019). On the Star Trek: Lower Decks…

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6 min
news

PICARD ON DISC Blu-ray release includes Short Treks episode Season 1 of Star Trek: Picard has arrived on disc – and included in the set is “Children of Mars,” the Star Trek: Short Treks prequel to the season. Available now on Blu-ray, DVD, and limited edition steelbook, the set features all 10 episodes of the first season, along with “Children of Mars,” which was not included on the Short Treks Blu-ray and DVD release earlier this year. Both the first episode of the season, “Remembrance,” and “Children of Mars” come accompanied by commentaries, the former by Executive Producers Alex Kurtzman, Akiva Goldsman, and Michael Chabon, Supervising Producer Kirsten Beyer, and director Hanelle M. Culpepper; the latter by Kurtzman and co-writers Beyer and Jenny Lumet. Bonus features include Make It So, in which the co-creators…

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1 min
prodigy’s prodigy

Having finally confirmed its title, Star Trek: Prodigy, the forthcoming Nickelodeon animated show, has now gained a director and creative lead. Swiss animation director Ben Hibon has been named by Nickelodeon and CBS Television Studios as director, co-executive producer, and creative lead of the Dan and Kevin Hagemancreated show. Hibon shot to fame in 2006 with his award-winning short film Codehunters, and in 2010 won a British Animation Award for his work on Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1. “Getting the chance to work on an IP like Star Trek has been an incredible opportunity,” said Hibon, “particularly when partnered with the talented teams at Nickelodeon, CBS, and Secret Hideout – who have been pushing the boundaries of what animation and serialized storytelling for younger audiences can deliver.” Ramsey Naito,…

1 min
seven’s series

Seven of Nine takes center stage in a Star Trek: Voyager comic book miniseries this fall – the first multi-part Voyager-focused title in nearly 20 years. Written by Dave Baker – whose previous credits include indie comic Action Hospital – with art by Angel Hernandez (Star Trek: Picard: Countdown), the four-issue Star Trek: Voyager: Seven’s Reckoning tells a Delta Quadrant-set tale of the U.S.S. Voyager coming to the rescue of a damaged alien vessel. As a consequence, Seven becomes ensnared in an ancient conflict that puts her newfound humanity to the test. “As a lifelong Star Trek fan, being able to play my small part in advancing the ideals of a better tomorrow means the world to me,” said Dave Baker. “This plays directly into why I wanted to write the book…

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