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David A McIntee is a writer and historian who has written for properties such as Doctor Who, Star Wars, Final Destination, and Stargate, as well as having written several adventures in the Star Trek franchise for Pocket Books. He has contributed many pieces to the magazines Star Trek Explorer (née Star Trek Magazine) and Star Trek Communicator, as well as having written nonfiction books about Star Trek: Voyager.

Strange New Worlds‘ “Ghosts of Illyria” in Review

The Enterprise is investigating an abandoned Illyrian colony threatened by frequent ion storms, a stunning eruption of fire and smoke billowing up from the planet. As Una explains in her

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Strange New Worlds’ “Children of the Comet” in Review

At the start of this episode, the Enterprise crew is studying a comet in the Persephone system, whose third planet is occupied by the desert-dwelling Deleb people. Aboard the ship,

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Strange New Worlds‘ “Strange New Worlds” in Review

No, that’s not a typo or cut-and-paste error; the premiere episode of the latest Star Trek series shares its title with the series. After a teaser narrating the expectations of

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Discovering Strange New Worlds

In a few days, Paramount+ will debut the latest Star Trek TV series – Strange New Worlds. Following their appearance in the second season of Star Trek: Discovery, these are the voyages of Captain

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Discovery‘s Season 4 finale is “Coming Home”

Airing on St. Patrick’s Day, is there going to be a pot of gold at the end of the Discovery leprechauns’ rainbow? In all honesty, not really. A couple of

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Discovery‘s “Species 10-C” in Review

Finally, Booker realises that Tarka is a completely selfish nutcase who has no interest in helping others! All it took was Jett Reno telling him that Tarka’s equations will both

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Discovery‘s “Rosetta” in Review

Having left the galaxy in the previous episode, Discovery and Book’s ship now find themselves heading for the hyperfield (whatever that’s supposed to mean) within which the 10-Cs lurk, controlling

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Discovery‘s “The Galactic Barrier” in Review

With a new DMA having appeared, the Federation soon discovers that the controller for this one is more powerful, so it feeds faster and moves in twelve hours rather than

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Discovery‘s “Rubicon” in Review

Having planted a tracker on the isolinium, Michael persuades Admiral Vance to let her lead the mission to stop Book and Tarka from destroying the DMA. Amazingly, despite her wildly

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Discovery‘s “All In” in Review

Following Book and Tarka’s theft of a prototype spore drive with the intent of blowing up the DMA, Michael is ordered to take Discovery to seek out information on the

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