Category Archives: Star Trek

Gender Roles In Star Trek Next Generation

In ‘66 a series “Star Trek” was crafted. It’s author, Gene Roddenberry, didn’t create the show to be a science fiction show. The show was much intense than that. It wasn’t just about finding new planets and people. It was … Continue reading

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Best Star Trek Books (Part V)

Ishmael by Barbara Hambly Barbara Hambly takes Star Trek for a comedy spin with western flavor in this ‘85 novel. It’s inspired by the television program, Here Come the Brides which was on from ’68 to ’70. The story also contains several funny … Continue reading

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Best Star Trek Books (Part IV)

How Much for Just the Planet? by John M. Ford This Star Trek book from ‘87 is an unique work of comic mastermind. It’s similar in tone to some of the timeless comedy episodes. If you are a Star Trek fan, especially … Continue reading

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Best Star Trek Books (Part III)

Enterprise: The First Adventure by Vonda N. McIntyre James T. Kirk is the youngest man to be put into the rank of captain in the history of the Federation. His crew is comprised of a first officer who sees him … Continue reading

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Best Star Trek Books (Part II)

The Romulan Way by Diane Duane & Peter Morwood Federation Agent LoBrutto has been hiding among the Romulans for a long time. When a Starfleet officer is captured, she is forced to decide between keeping her cover or save Dr. … Continue reading

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Best Star Trek Books (Part I)

Boldly go where no man has gone before….Truthfully, plenty of folks have gone to the bookstore to purchase the best Star Trek books. In case you don’t want to leave the comfort of your home, we have put together a list. From … Continue reading

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Diamond Select Expanded Star Trek License speculated

It was recently said that McFarlane Toys had inked a deal to create Star Trek figures, accessories and weapon, as well as those from Star Trek: Discovery. Some folks wondered what this new deal implied for Diamond Select, who has been producing … Continue reading

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Star Trek and Fashion? Yes!

It’s simple to think of the fashion of Star Trek exclusively as the brightly colored, form- fitting uniform preferred by Federation Starfleet. Iconic costume designing is burned into the collective mind, and has over time been rethought for spin-offs and … Continue reading

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Why Do Vulcans Look Like Humans?

Human life, scattered to other planets by an extraterrestrial society, could explain why many of the aliens in Star Trek look like human women and men. After reviewing scenes from the numerous films and shows, someone said that the wide … Continue reading

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What You Need to Know about Klingons

Klingons are one of the most famous Star Trek alien races. Over the years, they’ve changed from deceiving villains to decent allies. Now, with Star Trek: Discovery, they’re turning into spiritual warriors once more, on opposite sides with our heroes. Here’s what … Continue reading

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