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Star Trek: The City on the Edge of Forever 3 (August 2014)

The bottom falls out this issue. Given nothing compelling to illustrate–unless one counts the various odd jobs Kirk and Spock perform–Woodward is left with talking heads, where he seems to be painting panels directly from pauses of old “Star Trek” episodes. 136 more words


Review: Star Trek: Insurrection

After the success of First Contact, Jonathan Frakes would again return to direct the next Star Trek movie. This time we’re given a story crafted by Michael Pillar who was responsible for the famous two-part episode, “Best of Both Worlds.” In this movie, Picard is given a moral dilemma of what would happen if you found the fountain of youth, but you had to relocate a group of people called the Ba’ku from their home in order to have it. 531 more words


WATCH: ALS Ice Bucket Challenges From Homer And P-Stew

Thanks to the power of social media, the ALS Association has raised an astonishing amount of money this summer through their Ice Bucket Challenge. At this point, it might be easier to make a list of people who haven’t done it. 157 more words


Star Trek: Mudd's Women

Mudd’s Women

Broadcast: October 13, 1966
Writer: Stephen Kandel from a story by Gene Roddenberry
Plot Summary: The Enterprise pursues an unregistered vessel into an asteroid field where they are forced to rescue its crew, a roguish entrepreneur and his cargo – three beautiful women who exert a strange hold over Kirk and the male members of his crew. 542 more words

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This small town is crowdfunding a full-scale Enterprise space ship

A small Canadian town called Vulcan has banded together to build the ultimate tribute to popular sci-fi TV franchise Star Trek: a full-sized version of the starship… 379 more words