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Where Do the Vulcans Go From Here?

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If Star Trek OS was to begin on TV now.... 9 Replies

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April 19: On This Day In Science Fiction History

Hayden Christensen was given the unforgivable task of playing Darth Vader during his "Wonder Years."  For better or for worse, he did the best he could with his skills and the limitations of the material.  I know folks who don't even consider the STAR WARS Prequel films canon they dislike them that…

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Posted by Trekscribbler (aka Ed) on April 19, 2014 at 2:00am — 1 Comment

April 18: On This Day In Science Fiction History

On this day in 1938, sci-fi and superhero history were made when what is accepted as the very first appearance of the Last Son of Krypton himself -- Kal-El -- came to fruition.  Yes, it was cover-dated as June, 1938, but everyone knows that comics street much earlier than what they…

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Posted by Trekscribbler (aka Ed) on April 18, 2014 at 2:00am

April 17: On This Day In Science Fiction History

Wrestling veteran Roddy Piper tried to take the 'Arnold Schwarzenegger' route into filmdom by securing himself a couple of sci-fi flicks as starring vehicles.  Unfortunately, THEY LIVE! and HELL COMES TO FROGTOWN were too low budget (though interesting ideas) to be much more than cult films.  But, as they…

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Posted by Trekscribbler (aka Ed) on April 17, 2014 at 2:00am

April 16: On This Day In Science Fiction History

Now, don't hate me folks when I say that, in my humble opinion, there's an awful lot of stuff about STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION's first season that is highly forgettable.  That's the case with far more shows than just those which are part of our franchise.  Still, if you watch closely, every now…

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Posted by Trekscribbler (aka Ed) on April 16, 2014 at 2:00am

April 15: On This Day In Science Fiction History

The actor who played Charlie X himself grows another year older as Robert Walker Jr (1940) celebrates a birthday today.  His episode was actually one of the first ones I remember seeing; that's not necessarily a surprise, but what is surprising is how his story of…

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Posted by Trekscribbler (aka Ed) on April 15, 2014 at 2:00am

April 14: On This Day In Science Fiction History

When I was a kid, one of the coolest things I could find on the TV dial was Gerry Anderson's Thunderbirds (and, no, I'm not speaking about that God-awful Bill Paxton reboot movie that only had the cajones to features the Tracy Family as secondary characters).  It had enough action &…

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Posted by Trekscribbler (aka Ed) on April 14, 2014 at 2:00am

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Where Do the Vulcans Go From Here?

JJ Abrams has made many, many changes to the Star Trek we know and love. Some of them have been great, innovative, and some of them not so good.  I was unsure about seeing the first film, but went because I have a dear older friend who desired my company. I have to say on the whole I was pleasantly surprised with Star Trek XI. I was enjoying it, for the most part. And then got the body-slam of first Vulcan exploding and then Spock's mother dying.  It took a little bit for my head to catch up…See More
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Where Do the Vulcans Go From Here?

JJ Abrams has made many, many changes to the Star Trek we know and love. Some of them have been great, innovative, and some of them not so good.  I was unsure about seeing the first film, but went because I have a dear older friend who desired my company. I have to say on the whole I was pleasantly surprised with Star Trek XI. I was enjoying it, for the most part. And then got the body-slam of first Vulcan exploding and then Spock's mother dying.  It took a little bit for my head to catch up…See More
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T'Bree replied to Steve Emirzian's discussion Things that don't make sense about Wrath of Khan.
"Khan's beloved wife died due to that indigenous life form, the Worm thingie. That's why he sought revenge on Kirk."
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T'Bree replied to Steve Emirzian's discussion Things that don't make sense about Wrath of Khan.
"If you recall in Space Seed, Kirk gave Khan access to the ship's library! And Spock makes mention of just how much use their patient was making of it! And how quickly. Still, with this Enterprise being refitted, it is unlikely Khan would know…"
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Trekscribbler (aka Ed) replied to LT Com.Narvina Lynn T'Val's discussion Captain Pike
"I think the Trek trinity is probably why the Original Series is so fondly remembered as it is, but I tend to think that the moon landing was really what helped push folks to find the show in syndication.  At least, that's what is…"
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T'Bree replied to Alva Lavina T'Vil's discussion If Star Trek OS was to begin on TV now....
"In many ways the technology has advanced since the original series aired. In all fairness, some of the tech items we enjoy every day was based on things from the show. I.E. the first flip-phone. If the show were to start today, certainly the tech…"
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T'Bree replied to LT Com.Narvina Lynn T'Val's discussion Captain Pike
"James T. Kirk's character was actually inspired by Horatia Hornblower. Not simply the macho-type Cowboy of the 1960s America. I don't like the spin-off series. I'm so not interested in the wimpy, not-quite-sure-I'm-a-guy male…"
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