May 30th, 2009
Press Release: New four-issue miniseries begins in July
Following the smash hit, Star Trek: Countdown, currently third on The New York Times Best Seller List, IDW is proud to announce its latest must-read Trek series, Spock: Reflections. The series sheds light on Spock's life leading up to the new feature film, and offers key insights on this iconic character, as well as a startling revelation.CONTINUE READING >>
Jerad is back with another installment of 'Hey, Star Trek!'. This time, we're given a fantastic beginner's guide to the beloved world of 'Star Trek'. Also, he gives a special shout out to your favorite Star Trek news site, Subspace Communique. Thanks Jerad!CONTINUE READING >>
As reported by Incgamer.com, the forthcoming Star Trek Online has a released date set by it's publisher.
“Star Trek Online: with customizable ships and characters from the Klingon Empire and United Federation of Planets, ground, space and shipboard gameplay and unique options for player generated content set in the Star Trek universe, Star Trek Online is the MMOG that allows gamers to boldly go where no one has gone before.”CONTINUE READING >>
MTV's Splash Page blog got a preview of the upcoming 'Tek War Chronicles' written by William Shatner and Scott Davis.CONTINUE READING >>
While searching through youtube last night looking for the infamous 'Stage 9 Interlopers' video (which has been taken down), we stumbled upon several retro commercials for the old Mego line of Star Trek toys.
The clips feature commercials for ships from 'Star Trek: The Motion Picture', ST:TMP communicator, figures from TOS, and a TOS Phaser game. Plus, we found a super cool video of a fan made bridge scaled for the Mego figures with working lights and sounds. Enjoy.CONTINUE READING >>
As Reported by ZDNet, Researchers at Purdue University report that they’ve created a new type of invisibility cloak that is simpler than previous designs, works for all colors of the visible spectrum, and can cloak larger objects than before.CONTINUE READING >>
In a recent production focus article, CGsociety writer Renee Dunlop gets indepth info from ILM & Digital Domain about the two studios work on the new J.J. Abrams film 'Star Trek'.
Space may be the final frontier, but the ever-expanding capabilities of visual effects are nipping at its heels. And where the two meet, there is Star Trek.
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