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Strange New Worlds’ “The Scorpius Run” Issue #2 in Review

The race gets off to a flying start, so to speak, in the second issue of this arc, but it’s not an easy one. The first leg is through an

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An Overview of Whitman/Gold Key Star Trek Comics

You could say that Star Trek’s first comics translation — by the company Western Publishing — was shaky. However, it paved the way to better things. Creating the Art The

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The Animated Series’ “The Time Trap” in Review

Take time for this episode. It’s no trap! Log Entry The USS Enterprise explores the Delta Triangle, where many ships have mysteriously disappeared. Sensor disruption occurs and a Klingon warship,

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Strange New Worlds’ “The Scorpius Run” Issue #1 in Review

IDW has recently begun a new Strange New Worlds comics series, written by Mike Johnson and Ryan Parrott, with interior art by Angel Hernández. Despite being released after Season 2

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Derek Tyler Attico on Writing The Autobiography of Benjamin Sisko

Fans learned so much about Benjamin Sisko in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine but The Autobiography of Benjamin Sisko — the first novel by author Derek Tyler Attico — takes

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The Animated Series’ “The Terratin Incident” in Review

The fact this episode was written by Paul Schneider, who previously wrote such key TOS episodes as “Balance of Terror” and “The Squire of Gothos”, raises expectations for this installment.

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Star Trek: Picard’s Academy, Issue 2 in Review

Here’s a review of the story “Commit No Mistakes, Part 2”, which has the French subtitle “Hurler Avec Les Loupe” (bizarrely translated as “Howling With Magnifying Glasses”; presumably what was

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The Autobiography of Benjamin Sisko in Review

The Autobiography of Benjamin Sisko tells the remarkable life of Deep Space 9’s commander. It’s the upcoming next installment in a series of books entitled “The Autobiography of [insert captain’s

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The Animated Series’ “Mudd’s Passion” in Review

How passionate can viewers of the original animated Star Trek show be when it comes to this particular episode? Let’s delve into the details, aiming for clarity, not muddiness… Log

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Star Trek: Picard’s Academy, Issue 1 in Review

Despite its potentially confusing title, this is the debut issue of a comic about Jean-Luc Picard’s days at Starfleet Academy, not a direct spin-off of Star Trek: Picard. This first

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