Tag: star trek the next generation
Decades ago, we believed Patrick Stewart had boldly gone where no man had gone before for the last time, but it looks like the adventures of Captain Jean-Luc Picard are far from over with this latest announcement! More within...
Part one of the final episode for the Web’s finest fan-made series came out this week, and as usual, it does not disappoint. As Star Trek Continues warps to its conclusion, long-time Trek fans are treated to a wonderful trip back to the very beginning of the classic series.
Some of the best things in life revolve around nerds so why should beer be any different? And today Rob and I sample some of this lovely stuff sent over from the Shmaltz Brewing Company.
“Embracing the Winds”, the seventh episode of the excellent fan-made webseries Star Trek Continues debuted recently and it continues the outstanding quality of the previous six episodes. With equal parts fan service, entertaining writing, good performances and nostalgia, "Embracing the Winds" delivers what fans of classic Star Trek want from their Trek.
With the debut today of the sixth episode of the excellent web series Star Trek Continues, Cinelinx looks at one of the most outstanding fan-fiction projects being produced today, as it reaches its third year. This show is not only a superb tribute to the original Star Trek, it’s a well-made and entertaining series in its own right.
Mary Sue, Mary Sue: oh how our heads ache from you. The season finale of the CW’s Arrow, and the unquestionably cheesy ending with Oliver and Felicity driving off into the sunset has increased the long-growing hostility against the character of Felicity Smoak, who is the latest, annoying Mary Sue to worm her way onto our screens. Isn’t it time to retire this clichéd trope?
Long before the internet and the ‘age of the geek’, a man wearing pointy ears made it cool to be a computer whiz. Leonard Nimoy will forever be remembered as that Vulcan science officer from the starship Enterprise, Mr. Spock. Sadly, he has left this world now, but while he was here, he lived long and he prospered.