In the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine episode “In the Pale Moonlight,” we were told that Betazed fell to the Dominion. In the 2004 Trek anthology, Tales of the Dominion War (which I also edited), I wrote “The Ceremony of Innocence is Drowned,” which dramatized Betazed’s fall, from the perspective of Lwaxana Troi.
In this week’s Positively Trek, Dan and Bruce are joined by veteran Star Trek authors Dayton Ward and Kevin Dilmore. We talk about the Lower Decks trailer, as well as an in-depth discussion about that dreaded C-word when it comes to Star Trek: Canon! Dayton’s role as the “Keeper of Canon” for CBS’s Star Trek […]
Check out my review of Star Trek: Lost Scenes, a terrific behind-the-scenes look at the original Star Trek!
Very well done, but isn’t that the doctor that ended up killing the Crystalline Entity?
I’m told it’s a viral advertisement for the casino that’s shown on a billboard at the beginning, but this is worth your time.
A tease of the new uniforms and a quick shot of the captain’s chair, this video is announcing that production has officially begun on the new series. Check out that awesome set they’ve built!
In the grand tradition of Star Trek captains singing holiday standards, for your consideration: “Wonderful Deep Space Nine” sung by Captain Sisko, Major Kira, Constable Odo, Lieutenant Commander Worf, Chief O’Brien, Congenial Barkeep Quark, Plain Simple Garak, and the rest of the Star Trek: DS9 ensemble. Special appearances by Morn, Martok, Moogie, and Vorta Iggy […]
Pogo’s back with another awesome music video!
This makes me happier than it should.
This is beautiful and an excellent piece of work, but I can’t but notice that they’ve completely excluded Star Trek: Enterprise.
A video for The Book!
They mention twerking, but there’s actually no twerking going on here. sad.