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Time Travel and Regret

Lost, Fringe, Doctor Who, Star Trek, The Flash, Harry Potter, Legends of Tomorrow, even Game of Thrones. Why do so many of the stories we love involve time travel? 1,977 more words


Golden Oldie: Fringe 

The show that never got cancelled…in the parallel universe.

I know what you’re thinking; that maybe a show that has only been off the air for a little over three years can’t be considered an Oldie, but trust me, for all of Fringe’s loyal fan base it feels more like 10 years have gone by.  530 more words


Anton Yelchin 1989 - 2016

Anton Vikotorovich Yelchin (Анто́н Ви́кторович Ельчи́н) has been confirmed dead, aged 27, by his publicist.

Yelchin was born in the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics in 1989. 433 more words


Star Trek: Beyond - Trailer (2) Into Reaction

As I mention in my latest video (below the text), the most recent trailer for Star Trek: Beyond (I don’t care that there’s no colon, I’m putting one in anyway) looks pretty interesting. 119 more words


Review: Star Trek #55 The Legacy of Spock Part 1 of 4

When I was reading through the list of comics coming out this past week and I saw Star Trek #55 I didn’t know that this was 1 of 4 in a series about the legacy of Spock. 541 more words

Comic Books

Burying the Axanar

So it’s no surprise that somebody with my waistline spends a hell of a lot of time watching Star Trek. I remember watching the New Year’s Day Marathon with my father as Kirk struggled against an obviously superior Lizard Man (I was rooting for the Gorn, of course). 1,339 more words

Is Star Trek "Beyond" Hope? Action versus Vision

By Ed Sum (The Vintage Tempest)

The problem with the trailer for Star Trek Beyond is that it does not feel like classic Trek anymore. When the title implies it’s moving away from the ideologies created by… 860 more words