We celebrate First Contact Day in Star Trek by recording a movie retrospective on 1996’s Star Trek First Contact.
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If you are looking for a very unique bit of Star Trek history, Heritage Auctions is offering up a full-size photon torpedo that was used in Star Trek Generations.
When it comes super titles, it seems like the Captains get all the love, but even they can be outranked… metaphorically, anyway. Welcome to Ten Things: Ten Lieutenants!
Time, time, time… See what’s become of our favorite heroes! Welcome to Ten Things: Ten Alternate Timelines!
An unabashed celebration of Captain James T. Kirk’s singular fighting skills, Star Trek: Kirk Fu Manual is every Starfleet cadet’s must-have training guide for surviving the final frontier.
Jean-Luc Picard has returned in Star Trek: Picard, so it’s the perfect time for Geek History Lesson to determine the BEST episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation!
IDW Publishing brings the beloved DS9 crew back to comics with a taut noir thriller: the four-part comic book miniseries Star Trek: Deep Space Nine — Too Long a Sacrifice, under the license of ViacomCBS Consumer Products.
Imprisoned on the Romulan colony world of Yuyat Beta, Picard must find a way to save not only himself and the colonist, but also the native inhabitants of the planet from an impending supernova. Will Picard win the day, or will his Romulan captors destroy a hard won trust? Find out in this exciting prequel series to the upcoming CBS streaming release. STAR TREK: PICARD #2 from IDW Publishing.
The Tholian Web is closing on the Enterprise, and Kirk has only minutes to save his ship and crew. Your Major Spoilers review of Star Trek: Year Five #8 from IDW Publishing awaits!
IDW Publishing has announced a new Star Trek series – Star Trek: Voyager: Mirrors and Smoke, the first in a series of one-shots sending the crew of the Voyager into the mirror universe.
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Nickelodeon and CBS Television Studios announced the greenlight of a new animated “Star Trek” series to be developed by Emmy Award winners Kevin and Dan Hageman and overseen for Nickelodeon by Ramsey Naito, EVP, Animation Production and Development, Nickelodeon.
IDW Publishing has shown us part of Year Four, now they bring us Year Five. Take the jump for our review of Star Trek: Year Five #1 after the jump.