Star Trek fans looking for a new electronic ship to fill their shelves are in luck as Diamond Select Toys has released a Romulan Bird of Prey based on the ship seen in the original series.
Word has been circulating on the Internet recently that DC Comics is going to start an advertising campaign in January, running eleven different commercials on select cable television channels to advertise the trade collections of the first wave of Rebirth books. These include AMC, IFC, TBS, TNT, TruTV, El Rey and Boomerang. Not the most watched of networks, but they don’t have to be. Smart idea, I think. Let me tell you why.
A friend of mine was telling me just how much he doesn’t like it when “real life” people appear in comics books. He prefers they stick to fictional presidents, actors, and even celebrities. That got me thinking, so let me share my thoughts on this subject with you.
Word out of H’wood has producer Bryan Fuller leaving the upcoming Star Trek: Discovery from CBS.
Star Trek fans may be freaking out a bit more than usual today after CBS announced it is bumping the new Star Trek: Discovery series from a January 2017 launch to May 2017.
This week on the Major Spoilers Podcast: This week we travel back to 1967 to explore the world of Star Trek as seen through the eyes of Gold Key! Plus we review Supergirl #1, Carriers: Watchers in the Night, and Gotham Academy Second Semester #1. We also ask the all important question, when does summer end?
If you plan on watching CBS’s Star Trek Discovery series, you’re going to have to plunk down $5.99/month to do it. If you want to watch it commercial free, you’re going to pay even more.
Sideshow Collectibles is making every Star Trek fan’s dream come true with highly detailed sixth-scaled figures of Captain James T. Kirk, and Science Officer Spock.
The series finale of Star Trek arrives this week from IDW Publishing. How will the five year mission end?