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Sons of Star Trek, Issue #2 in Review

After Q Junior (aka “QJ”) sent Jake Sisko, Nog and Alexander into a strange alternate universe in the first issue of this comics mini-series, the story continues. Can they help

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Star Trek: Discovery – Saru in Review

This second Star Trek: Discovery annual, highlighting Saru, is set shortly before the USS Discovery departs from Earth in the Season 1 finale “Will You Take My Hand?”. Hopefully, delving

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Star Trek: Discovery – Succession in Review

This third Star Trek: Discovery comic story, after The Light of Kahless and a 2018 annual, is set entirely in the Mirror Universe. All the characters in the story are

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Inside Journey to the Inner Light, the Biography of Composer Jay Chattaway

Jay Chattaway is a name well known to those both in and outside the music industry, and his life and achievements have now been committed to writing, in a new

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Star Trek: Discovery Annual (2018) in Review

This one-shot comic, released between Star Trek: Discovery’s first two seasons, follows Paul Stamets and sets up his introduction in “Context Is for Kings”, Discovery’s third episode. After The Light

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Interview with Sons of Star Trek Comics Writer Morgan Hampton

How great it must be to artistically breath life into a new series of Star Trek comics. One writer who knows this feeling first-hand is writer Morgan Hampton, who has

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John and Maria Jose Tenuto on Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan – The Making of the Classic Film

Unless noted otherwise, each answer in this Q&A interview is a combined response from both John and Maria Jose Tenuto. I recently had the pleasure of interviewing authors John Tenuto

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Sons of Star Trek, Issue #1 in Review

This issue begins a brand new series of Star Trek comics. Is it engaging? Does it drive the reader towards a black hole of mediocrity? Log Entry Reunited with his

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Star Trek: Discovery – The Light of Kahless in Review

Flashback to 2017. In light of Star Trek: Discovery commencing — the first new Star Trek TV series since Enterprise ended in 2005 — the official Star Trek comics licensee,

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Star Trek: Picard’s Academy, Issue #6 in Review

Taking as many as three issues to tell a story about an evasive maneuvers exam is pushing the limits of reader patience, depending on whether there is a good story

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