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IDW Announces New Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Mini for April

IDW Announces New Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Mini for April

Great news for the hardcore fandom of Star Trek, a group colloquially known as Trekbronies, as IDW has announced a new Star Trek: Deep Space Nine comic book mini-series launching this April. From writers David Tipton and Scott Tipton and artist Greg Scott, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Too Long a Sacrifice is focused on […]

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"Star Trek" Characters Who Should "Boldly Go" to Their Own Spinoff Series

Since the recent rebirth of Star Trek on television – beginning with CBS All Access' Discovery and now Picard as the first non-Starfleet-centric television series – the franchise is making new and bold decisions deviating from traditional formula storytelling. Here are some other characters we think deserve a shot at their own series. Worf There […]

“Star Trek: The Motion Picture” Returns to Theaters for 40th Anniversary

"Star Trek": How CBS's Viacom Merger Helps Franchise Live Long & Prosper [OPINION]

One of the most immediate beneficiaries of the expected-to-be-finalized merger between CBS and Viacom is clearly the Star Trek universe. Prior to the deal, CBS had control of the Prime universe (where every TV series and the first nine films take place) and Paramount (via Viacom) controlled the rights of the Kelvin universe films from […]

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GameCo To Release "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine" Gambling Machines

GameCo will be unveiling a brand new gambling machine this coming weekend that Trek fans will be interested in with Star Trek: Deep Space Nine – Red Alert. The reveal will be happening at the Star Trek Las Vegas mega-event taking place July 31st through August 4th. Attendees will get to check out the machine and […]


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Ira Steven Behr Chats 'Star Trek: Deep Space Nine', 'What We Left Behind' Documentary

As a longtime Star Trek: Deep Space Nine fan, this has been a super surreal week of work interviews, readers. Seriously. You can kind of sort of get the impression of fulfilling a fangirl's dream when I got to speak with Nana Visitor, who played Major Kira Nerys on the third live-action Star Trek series (which you can read here), Armin Shimerman who […]

Chase Masterson Chats ‘Deep Space Nine’, Leeta, ‘What We Left Behind’ Documentary

Chase Masterson Chats 'Deep Space Nine', Leeta, 'What We Left Behind' Documentary

Another bit of author's personal backstory before jumping into my chat with Chase Masterson, who played Leeta on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine– I produce and attend several conventions during the year. I meet a lot of people both in front of and behind the scenes for series, films, and various enterprises (ha!). There have […]


Nana Visitor Chats 'Deep Space Nine', Kira, 'What We Left Behind' Documentary

Nana Visitor Chats 'Deep Space Nine', Kira, 'What We Left Behind' Documentary

Bit of a back story before diving into our interview with Nana Visitor, who played Major Kira on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine– >This< writer grew up a Star Trek fan when it wasn't cool. It wasn't cool to love something so nerdy, and it waaaaay wasn't cool to be a GIRL who loved something nerdy. Oddly enough, […]

'Star Trek: Discovery' Boldly Goes Into a Bright Future [OPINION]

Here we are, more than two weeks after the explosive, emotional, game-changing second season finale of CBS All Access' Star Trek: Discovery. Throughout its first two seasons, Discovery  has been weighed down by the obligations of canon. Critics and fans have given the show mixed reviews: some love it, some hate it. But regardless of […]


Ira Steven Behr Shares 'Deep Space Nine' Doc Update, First HD Clip

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine paved the way for many a space drama. It remains my personal favorite of the Trek series, mostly in part due to the strong as hell female characters and the script work throughout the series. Sure, some things get bogged down in the first season (you know, like ALL Star Trek)- […]

Boldly Going: We Review the Second Star Trek Mission Crate

Another one of the boxes waiting for us when we got back from PAX West was the long-awaited second Star Trek Mission Crate. We originally assumed these would become a monthly box like the rest of Loot Crate's services, but for some reason, the timing is off on these and we got this one five […]

Ra's al Ghul Is Coming To Gotham

Turns out that year or so of learning out to type the name Ra's al Ghul (the a in al is always small) is not going to go to waster since the character is now longer an Arrow. Deadline is reporting that Alexander Siddig, who has appeared in so many genre shows it may be […]

Tony Lee's Pitch For A Doctor Who/Deep Space 9 Crossover

Tony Lee used to write the IDW Doctor Who comic book, and was also credited with co-writing the Doctor Who/Star Trek crossover published by the same company. Before walking off the book. But in 2013 he had been asked to pitch a sequel series, four months before IDW and the BBC would part ways and […]

Monday Runaround – Vote Klingon

FEMALE GAZE Heidi MacDonald attacks the Comics Journal's almost all-exclusive male credits and focus. And does a little Gendercrunching on a number of issues. As you can see, R. Crumb is so important that he gets not only a 200 page analysis in #301, but an extensive history of his lawyer, Albert Morse, in #302. […]