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The Orville: The Best Trek?

When The Orville premiered in September 2017, the critics hated it, fans loved it, and soon the Internet was all abuzz with the notion that Seth MacFarlane had just created

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Interview with Sleepy Klingon actor David Orange

“A SLEEPY KLINGON dozes before his scanners. A bottle in front of him tells the story.” — Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country screenplay Although he appeared only in a

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Interview with Composer Jay Chattaway

I recently had the honor of interviewing Jay Chattaway, a longtime music composer for Star Trek from 1990 to 2005. WarpFactorTrek: When did you know your path was that of

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Interview with J.G. Hertzler

A few days before Christmas, Mr. J.G. Hertzler agreed to an in-depth Zoom interview for Warp Factor Trek. However, when the dark waiting room screen transitioned into his country home

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Upcoming Star Trek releases in 2023

First and foremost, Happy 2023, loyal readers! There are plenty of exciting things set to arrive this year in the world of Star Trek, and this article will give you

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Who is the Borg Queen? Part 3: The One Who is Many

Plurality is central to the concept of the Borg Queen. There have been thirteen canonical Star Trek productions to feature the character (apart from Star Trek: First Contact, all the

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Interview with Lower Decks Comics Artist Chris Fenoglio

I recently spoke with Chris Fenoglio, the artist tapped for the new Lower Decks comic series. The debut issue is part one of a new trilogy that will continue over

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Is Star Trek “Too Much of a Good Thing”? An Interview with Nicholas Meyer

From roughly 3,000 miles away in Cape Coral, Florida, I am on a Zoom chat meeting with a man whom I’ve always wanted to meet and talk with. He’s one

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Star Trek Movies to Beam Into Stores in 4K

Great news for those seeking to upgrade their Star Trek movie collections! Just in time for Star Trek Day 2022, the 4k Ultra HD restoration of Star Trek: The Motion Picture –

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Who is the Borg Queen? Part II: The End

“Look up.” – ‘Agnes’ (“The Star Gazer”) The most recent portrayal of the Borg Queen has been in the second season of Star Trek: Picard, portrayed by Annie Wersching, who

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