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Blasting through to the sixth and seventh seasons of Voyager it can be easy to overlook some of the elements that helped evolve the show in its final years.
One of the biggest additions to the ship was Icheb. Originally one of the Borg children discovered in Collective, he would be the only one of that small group of survivors to would remain on the ship and return with it to the Alpha Quadrant (whatever happened to the baby?!).
But actor/producer Manu Intiraymi's (pronounced Inter-aye-may) association with Star Trek doesn't end there and in the last couple of years he's even brought Icheb back for the independent film, Star Trek: Renegades.
"I'd just finished a film called Whatever it Takes," recalled Manu when he spoke to me from Los Angeles shortly before the widespread release of Renegades. "It was a teen comedy with James Franco, Aaron Paul, Shane West and Colin Hanks and then a couple of months later I got the call from my agent to go and read for a part…
As regular readers will know I've become a bit of a fan/obsessive over Attack Wing.
Which made Friday's announcement from Wizkids somewhat worrying. At least initially.
It appears that in February 2016 the game manufacturer will be delivering us Star Trek: Frontiers, offering a whole new spin on the franchise through roleplay and strategy. According to the promo material that landed this weekend, it will offer something new with players beaming away teams to planet surfaces and getting a different game each time.
Apparently it's going to be a bit of a spin on Mage Knight which is not a game I'm familiar with in any way so for myself it'll be a great, unexplored experience to dive into. I suspect for those people who have played that game it's not going to be a big deal. The Venture Tile System is the piece which will probably be key in making this stand out from Attack Wing and is the element borrowed from Mage Knight. This means that every game is constructed effectively…
It is my hope this finds you well. I have not attempted a blog here yet and thought I would start by inviting you all to an event we have organized, taking place in one week. We have the honor of hosting Michael Jan Friedman Saturday July 25th at 4pm, Tir na Nog 5 Penn Plz, New York, NY 10001.
This is an informal gathering where we will break bread with Mr. Friedman, discuss his Star Trek and numerous other literary works, and Mr. Friedman will have copies of his work for sale, which he will sign for us.
Our Comm channel for the USS Growler, our NYC Chapter of Fleet 31 An International Star Trek Fan Organization, has a a write up about the event here: http://uss-growler.com/2015/06/19/an-evening-with-michael-jan-friedman/
On of our staff recently interviewed Mr. Friedman, and you can give it a listen here: http://uss-growler.com/2015/07/15/an-interview-with-star-trek-author-michael-jan-friedman/
Here is the Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1606207439619787
We hope you can all join us for our mid summer event, the first in our Star Trek author series of events!
Anthony S Burdge
USS Growler NYC Chapter of Fleet…Continue
Hey you all, hope you have been good and "trekking on"! So I am back, so is Pearadyne Labs. It's not so active anymore, but it works for me in my free time anyway. As always it's open to anyone who may like to play along! Anyway related to PL and Sic. I made "Dilithium", as close as one can get! "Dilithium-K". :)
after many, many, many months of crisis and poverty. We have a hell of a journey ahead
trying to re-connect with the 1,276 followers per wk that we lost…………..GOOD LUCK !
Winston de Lugo, or "Timothy" in COURT MARTIAL, Ep#15 of STAR TREK'S original series.
We're talking The Original Series here not movie refit and a model that I know Ben Robinson has seen as a real labour of love.
Painted out in the grey that fans will be familiar with from pictures of the original model currently undergoing restoration she is, as I expected, very plain. The models from the 1960's were indeed very simple and straightforward. Detail was minimal and hey, this is a show that won't go beyond the decade.... No need to get too technical.
All the weight with this one is in the saucer with the secondary hull and nacelles all in plastic. Just be warned that you might end up with some scratches on the…