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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.

Discovery’s “Whistlespeak” in Review

After the previous episode turned out to be a bottle show, Michael Burnham leads her crew into a cross-country marathon. Log Entry Doctor Kovich tells Burnham that the USS Locherer

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Discovery’s “Mirrors” in Review

Given how linked into the Mirror Universe mythology Discovery has been all along, what should we expect here? Log Entry Discovery is scanning the area of space from which Moll

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Discovery’s “Jinaal” in Review

The two-part opener having ended with the finding of a 3D artefact and the location of another clue — not Betazed but Trill — Star Trek: Discovery embarks on the

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Discovery’s “Under the Twin Moons” in Review

This second episode aired along with the first installment of Star Trek: Discovery’s fifth season, “Red Directive”, as a double header. This is something that’s becoming a standard in sci-fi

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Discovery’s “Red Directive” in Review

Two years after the Season 4 finale split Michael and Book up by sending Book to jail for sabotaging (correctly, as it turned out) Starfleet’s attempt to destroy the Anomaly

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Deep Space Nine’s “Emissary” in Review

An astonishing thirty-one years ago, we saw the beginning of a series that’s actually quite different than how we now think of Deep Space Nine. How does it hold up

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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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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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Lower Decks’ “Old Friends, New Planets” in Review

Sadly, it’s time for a season to end… but happily, Season 5 will be coming next year. So, let’s see what plans Nick Locarno has for Mariner, and why… Log

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Lower Decks’ “The Inner Fight” in Review

In a heart-pounding cosmic adventure, the USS Cerritos crew faces an unraveling mystery, treacherous twists, and an unexpected reappearance of a familiar face. There’s all this and more in the

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