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Once again TrekMovie has been able to use our patented quantum-tunneling technology app to download a future issue of Nacelles Monthly – the United Federation of Planet’s leading publication on warp technology. The reporters of Nacelles Monthly travel light years through the Alpha Quadrant for their stories and bring home one scoop after the other. Check out a very early preview of a cover from the March 2259 issue. [UPDATED]
UPDATE: Thanks to Thorsten and Tobias For Tunneling Into The Future
OK we fess up. Our April Fool’s Day issue of Nacelles Monthly Magazine didn’t actually come from the future…it came from Germany. This is actually TrekMovie’s second preview from the future. The first came in 2009 with a mock-up of a cover of "Nacelles Monthly," although we cannot take credit for the name. That came from Star Trek director JJ Abrams who had said in an interview that he was never going to please all the fans, noting "I can’t make this movie for readers of Nacelles Monthly." So TrekMovie turned to German photographer Thorsten Wulff who mocked up a cover for ‘Nacelles Monthly’ with digital artwork provided by his countryman Tobias Richter of The Light Works. And for the record, Abrams loved the cover of Nacelles Monthly,
calling it "hysterical."
And for Into Darkness Thorsten and Tobias delivered again with a great new issue of Nacelles Monthly. Tobias has also been nice enough to provide fans with a downloadable desktop version of the new USS Enterprise under the seas of Nibiru.
Nacelles Monthly from 2259
This issue from March 2259 covers the exciting rescue mission the 1701endured on Nibiru, where the crew did everything to stick to the Prime Directive, even drowning the ship. Chief Engineer Scott has his own tale to tell about this adventure, which kept the Enterprise for hours on the sea floor. Quote: "You have any idea how ridiculous it is to hide a Starship on the bottom of the ocean?"
In other news: The Klingon Empire was busy too, field testing a new design on the Bird Of Prey fighter model, while the Starfleet Corps of Engineers reacted with their own new Nacelle and Starship design to the Vulcan catastrophe. From what the team of Nacelles Monthly exclusively saw at a Top Secret Utopia Planitia presentation, the Federation will be ready should the Narada-like threat pop out a grim future. One Photographer of the magazine travelled all the way to Elas in the Tellun star system, to check out reports about huge Dilithium deposits on that backwater planet. He told some crazy tales about the mesmerizing women there.
Don’t miss the March 2259 issue of Nacelles Monthly and check out our Solar System Rebate Subscription business model!
Also let’s flashback to 2009 with TrekMovie’s last super-preview. That time we brought back the first issue of Nacelles Monthly to feature the new USS Enterprise. …
TrekMovie’s capture of this magazine from 2259 proves two things: print is not dead in the 23rd century and Apple is still around.
TrekMovie’s quantum-tunneling app brings back magazines from the future