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Star Trek: First Contact – The Making of the Classic Film in Review

Normally, making-of books for big movies are released around the time of the movie’s release, and indeed there was a Making Of Star Trek: First Contact written by Lou Anders,

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Lower Decks Comic Issue #1 in Review

This first issue of IDW‘s new Lower Decks comic was written by a well-established and award-winning comic writer, Ryan North. North has a broad range of experience, spanning from Adventure

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Star Trek Cocktails in Review

This is a short but colourful book by Hero Collector, devoted, as the title implies, to Star Trek cocktails, both in-universe and in reality. The actual cocktails include both traditional

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Strange New Worlds Soundtrack Coming This Summer

Star Trek: Strange New Worlds composer Nami Melumad has told us that a soundtrack album for the first season of Strange New Worlds is on the way for the summer – possibly in

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Power Records’ Star Trek Adventures

One Christmas morning in the late 1970s, snow at the window (one of the few times I can remember an actual white Christmas in the UK), I tore open a

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Wil Wheaton’s Still Just a Geek in Review

Wil Wheaton’s new book Still Just a Geek is an annotated update of his 2002 book Just a Geek. I listened to the audio version of the book, narrated by

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“A Little Adventure”: A Review of the Novelization of TNG: “Encounter at Farpoint”

“Oh no, Number One. I’m sure most of [our missions] will be much more interesting.” — Captain Jean-Luc Picard In my experience, novelizations of the Star Trek episodes and films

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Loving in View of Eternity: A Review of No Man’s Land

“Love isn’t something you find. It’s something you create.” — Professor Gillan At the very end of the Picard first season finale “Et in Arcadia, Ego, Part 2”, we get

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A Very Sixties Pulp Novel: A Review of Mission to Horatius

“Gentlemen, let us have comments on this fouled-up situation.” — Captain James Kirk Whoosh! This is a fine kettle of fish! The Enterprise crew is off their respective rockers with

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A Voice Crying in the Wilderness: Reflections on Wonderlands

“I know who I was when I got up this morning, but I think I must have been changed several times since then.” — Alice in Wonderland Set between the

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