June 13th, 2009
A brand new entry in the ongoing Path to 2409 Saga has been released: 2388 Supplemnetal Log. This time the story is told by Jake Sisko as he visits Ambassador Worf shortly after the Hobus incident on Qo’noS.
Apparently WORF LIVES after being attacked by Nero. I don't care if any of this is officially canon, it's definitely canon in my mind.CONTINUE READING >>
In a recent article on Examiner.com, writer Gail Shivel explorers Uhura as an inspirational figure for women. On an interesting note, in the 70's and 80's Nichelle Nichols was employed by NASA as a recruiter.CONTINUE READING >>
A brand new Trekcast Sci-fi Supplement has been beamed in from the alpha quadrant.
Welcome back for the next episode of the Sci-FI Supplemental where we answer some of your subspace signals (emails) and find out what kind of great Star Trek stuff you want to here about including these fun topics. What Star Trek: Enterprise books should you start with? Is Captain Jean Luc Picard French or British? Why is it the doors on starships only open at the proper moment? All those and more, and just remember that we do love those email so keep them coming.CONTINUE READING >>
In an in-depth interview for the Yorkshire Post, Patrick Stewart talks about his early days as a child in South Yorkshire, his new theatrical performances, and what he thought of the new J.J. Abrams 'Star Trek'.CONTINUE READING >>
As reported by iPhone Savior, a new Star Trek: TOS communicator app has hit the iPhone app store called Star Radio Communicator. While looking just like the original series device and even having the open and close flip function, the sound effects aren't quite 100%. This is probably due to licensing issues, but the app is lots of fun none-the-less.CONTINUE READING >>
Star Trek Online has posted a couple of updates to their site including a new 'Meet the Team' and a brand new rap contest featuring the Ferengi Rules of Acquisition. Wait, what?!
Contest: Ferengi Rules of Acquisition RapCONTINUE READING >>
The Shatner Project (a youtube channel) recently released a new video featuring an interview with Roberto Orci. The interview took place at The Shat's Hollywood Charity Horse Show.
Roberto discusses the part for The Shat in 'Star Trek' that was shelved, his love of Star Trek: TNG, and his tounge-in-cheek review of 'Star Trek'. Check out the video below. CONTINUE READING >>