Star Trek Discovery Special Edition


CBS has just released 6 new images for “Point of Light,” the third episode of the second season of Star Trek: Discovery, which features the return of a number of familiar faces along with the re-appearance of characters last seen in the season one “bonus scene” released at WonderCon last spring. This episode will also feature Klingons with their new look for season two, which was explained at the NYCC panel last fall.   Synopsis:  A surprise visitor to the U.S.S. Discovery brings shocking news about Spock and dredges up past regrets for Burnham. Following the asteroid incident, Tilly struggles to keep a grip on her reality. L’Rell’s authority on Qo’noS is threatened.  More  



Two Star Trek comics will debut tomorrow, but fans can have a sneak peek at the issues today. The comics include Star Trek: IDW 20/20, and Star Trek: The Q Conflict #1. In Star Trek: IDW 20/20, “Twenty years before he took command of the U.S.S. Enterprise-D, Jean-Luc Picard sat in the captain’s chair of the U.S.S. Stargazer. Picard served with distinction aboard the Stargazer for many years on his way to becoming the most respected captain in Starfleet. But in this early mission, Picard showed that even he is merely a man.” Written by Peter David, IDW 20/20 features art by J.K. Woodward and covers by Woodward and Gabriel Rodriguez. The thirty-two page issue will sell for $3.99 Click thumbnails for larger images. More preview pages can be found at the referring site.         Next up is Star Trek: The Q Conflict #1. In The Q Conflict #1, “When a dispute between godlike beings threatens the galaxy, it will take all of Starfleet’s best captains to stop them. Join James T. Kirk, Jean-Luc Picard, Kathryn Janeway, and Benjamin Sisko as they go head-to-head in a competition that will determine the fate of the Earth and beyond. Will they be able to emerge victorious, or will they be torn apart by The Q Conflict? A soon-to-be-classic six-part miniseries begins here!” Written by Scott and David Tipton, and featuring art by David Messina and covers by Messina, George Caltsoudas, and J.K. Woodward, Star Trek. More


While it has been reported that Paramount has shelved plans for Star Trek 4, there is an indication the studio is still looking to bring more Star Trek to the big screen. In addition, talk of a re-merger of CBS and Viacom (Paramount’s parent company) is heating up yet again. In a feature in the New York Times about Paramount Pictures efforts to turn around the studio, the subject of Star Trek came up as part of the studio’s future plans. The following excerpt from the article recounts the discussion with Paramount motion-picture group president Wyck Godfrey, who joined the studio in 2017:  Last year Paramount CEO Jim Gianopulos confirmed the studio had two Trek films in development: Star Trek 4 (the follow-up to 2016’s Star Trek Beyond), and another Star Trek film based on a pitch from Oscar-winning writer/director Quentin Tarantino, which was handed off to screenwriter Mark L. Smith. The Tarantino concept has been reported to be something separate, but could also involve the cast from the three Kelvin Star Trek films. McCoy actor Karl Urban described the pitch as “bananas.”  More 






Interviews include Sonequa Martin-Green, Anson Mount, Ethan Peck, Mary Wisemannn, Doug Jones, Anthony Rapp, Shazad Latif, Mary Chiefflo, Wilson Cruz, Heather Kadin and Alex Kurtzman. Taped at Madison Square Garden during New York Comic Con. First of a series.


Actor talks about the upcoming season and what is ahead for her character of Michael Burnham. She touches upon Burham’s relationship with adoptive brother, Mr Spock. Roundtable recorded at NYCC.


The actor who will always be Spock chatted with me back in 2009 about his days with a small LA theater company, The Star Trek Episode, Naked Time plus appearing for JJ Abrams in the Star Trek movie and Fringe.



Vintage 1996 conversation with this Star Trek legend when he talked about his book, Beam Me Up Scotty. There’s candid observations on Star Trek plus his days in Europe following the invasion of Normany during World War Two flying for the Canadian Air Force.