Slice’s Exclusive Interview with Adam L. Schneider – the man who found the Star Trek “Galileo” Shuttlecraft and revived the decrepit studio prop and restored it to the highest quality. Adam is a hard core model builder with a lot of experience, but this is so unlike any previous project. Success was achieved with a lot of help in the restoration came from Star Trek fans who volunteered!
Slice’s “Star Trek Geek Week” continues with an Exclusive Interview with Paula M. Block and Terry Erdmann, Authors of several Star Trek books including the new “Original Topps Trading Cards” from the ToS series from Abrams Books. Get the inside scoop on collecting and keeping the trading cards of our fav show. Great insight on the 1976 release of these rare cards. But it turns out Paula and Terry are massive DS9 fans! Find out all the behind the scenes of researching and writing the Star Trek books you have on your shelves!
“Star Trek Geek Week” begins today! It’s the 47th anniversary of the premier of NBC’s “Star Trek” series. It’s all Trek all the Time… Slice of SciFi is rooted in Star Trek fandom with the Save Enterprise efforts; how did YOU get snagged on Star Trek? The good and bad of Rubber Monsters; Spock gets stoned; Can we as humans, get better??
I am not a huge Star Trek fan. My grandmother was the original Trekker and she loved, nay adored, Star Trek in all its forms. I think they’re merely okay. I like them just fine, but I don’t care about “canon” on this series. Who did what to whom in which of the many versions and iterations of Trek means pretty much nada to me. I care about being entertained. And while I had a couple little niggles about J.J. Abram’s Star Trek reboot, overall I thought it was awesome.