A Message From Our Good Friends At Creation Entertainment Over the 35 years we have been presenting our sci-fi media conventions the absolute number one inquiry has been, “Will the stars be personalizing when autographing?” Because of the crowds at conventions and the time constraints this has always been a virtual impossibility. Now, for the [...]
StarTrek.com is currently running an intriquing and thought provoking documentary on the life and history of one of the UFP’s most notable and foundational characters. Ambassador Sarek of Vulcan, son of Skon and father of Spock is featured. Mark Leonard played Sarek in Star Trek: TOS (and the TOS Movies) and Star Trek: TNG. Sarek [...]
Enterprise J, a RPG site totally dedicated to Star Trek role-playing is beginning with a whole new series of ‘episodes.” for 2006.
In a year that has not been good to Star Trek fans there is finally some good news to report. According to the Forum Boards over at StarTrek.com, the landmark Website will not be closing down on December 31, 2005 as had been reported earlier this month. Due to the overwhelming response from sci-fi fans [...]
Source: BBC Sci-fi series Star Trek is the show most people want to see returned to their TV screens, a survey has found. Originally broadcast in the US in 1966, it topped a poll of more than 1,000 viewers commissioned by UK interactive TV firm Home Media Networks. Fantasy action series Buffy the Vampire Slayer [...]
Chris Mulrooney, co-founder of the Trek to the Troops will be sponsoring a Star Trek “Meet ~N~ Greet” for military personnel and their families going through LA International Airport on Tuesday, December 13th, 2005, 12pm till 5pm (Time subject to change). Chase Masterson (Leeta on STAR TREK: Deep Space Nine), Garrett Wang (Ensign Harry Kim [...]
Source: Comic Book Resources Written By: Arune Singh (CBR Staff Writer) Submitted by: Kyle Nin THE FINAL FRONTIER: JOSHUA ORTEGA TALKS “STAR TREK” MANGA Tokyopop’s recent announcement of a new “Star Trek” manga, set during the time line of the original series (referred to as “TOS” by fans) featuring Captain Kirk & Spock, raised the [...]
Source: SciFi Wire Submitted by: Kyle Nin During his press junket for the upcoming SciFi Channel’s ‘The Triangle’, executive producer Bryan Singer talked about his love of STAR TREK and his willingness and desire to direct a STAR TREK feature.
Written by: Uncle Sam Do you like STAR TREK? Do you dig the blues as a music style? The Enterprise Blues Band is a mind-meld of both art forms. It all began in the mind of veteran STAR TREK actor Vaughn Armstrong (Admiral Forrest). An avid blues musician in his own right, he decided to [...]
Source: SciFi Pulse Written By: Ian M. Cullen Over that last few months there has been much discussions within Fandom about when who and where the next Star Trek show will be taking place, the biggest question is when will there be a new show, the answer at present is still very much up in [...]
If you have listened to our show here at Slice of Sci-Fi for any length of time then you are aware that Mike, Evo and all the staff love Sci-Fi and just about anything connected to it. Also, we enjoy promoting new avenues that can further bring the genre to a wider audience. It is [...]
A vendor recently found a stack of these STAR TREK Poster Magazines in his warehouse in near mint condition. William Shatner grabbed them up and is making them available to all collectors for the ridiculously low prize of $8.99 each. This is a must for any STAR TREK collector but I predict they won’t last [...]
Written by: Uncle Sam Thomas Moore, Trek United Co-Founder, announced today in a press release that Trek United is undertaking an “ambitious fan project intent on continuing the adventures of STAR TREK: Enterprise.” Titled “Enterprise:S5″ the project will consist of twenty 45-minute episodes. The format (live-action or animation) has been left “open-ended” at this point [...]
After receiving hundreds of entries, I’m pleased to announce the winner of the Starship Titan Design Contest: Sean Tourangeau of Colorado Springs, CO. Sean’s combined score was highest in the categories of originality, execution, consistency with the U.S.S. Titan Concept Notes, and consistency with Star Trek’s established Starfleet style.
I, personaly, do not suffer from “Franchise Fatique,” but I do suffer from poor production quality and non-innovative writing from those who were entrusted with the future of Star Trek. May the spirit of Roddenberry infuse the soul of some young writers and producers down the road so that when Star Trek does return (and it will), then that AWE that is such an intergral part of this legend will return to inspire another generation of dreamers and scientific groundbreakers.