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This week one Star Trek comic series ends as another mini-series beings. We have 5-page previews of both.
This week on the Shuttle Pod, your podcast crew discuss what’s on the horizon for the Star Trek franchise. And, a lot is brewing.
The actor and co-writer of the last Trek movie discusses the challenges of making it and how it wore him out.
Plus, see the ‘Star Trek’ actor’s last role in ‘Thoroughbreds,’ out now.
Star Trek’s Scotty gives an update on what he knows about the latest Star Trek film project.
The actor also talks about having an open mind to an R-rated Trek movie, and to ‘Star Trek: Discovery.’
The NX-326 is ready to be assembled by model makers next month.
Star Trek has had some pretty fancy people in front of its cameras.
If you speak Klingon, today may be a good day to dial.
The action picks up in the fourth issue of the six-issue I.D.I.C. mini-series as ‘Boldly Go’ closes in on its finale.
Star Trek’s new Spock is once again stepping into Leonard Nimoy’s shoes for another reimagining.
Chris Hemsworth talks about his first ‘Star Trek’ audition and what he knows about returning as George Kirk.
Speaking to Larry King, actor John Cho heaped praise on Quentin Tarantino and talked about possible next film.
March Star Trek comics solicitations from IDW reveal that Boldly Go is coming to an end.
The screenwriter for ‘The Revenant’ may pen the next ‘Star Trek’ movie.
The female Kirk arrives in the second issue of the universe-hopping I.D.I.C mini-series for Boldly Go
Sources say the controversial director has pitched a story idea to J.J. Abrams and plans to assemble a writing team to flesh out a script.
Writer takes us inside the process of creating Star Trek comics and gives us some hints about what’s coming next.
PropStore is also giving away a Star Trek 2009 cadet uniform, just register for the auction to win
Check out video of Mississippi marching band performing “Enterprising Young Men,” garnering praise from the composer.
Play a special edition of ‘Star Trek: Bridge Crew’ rolling out at IMAX VR Centers around the world
In December you have a chance to pick up some Star Trek history.
The wait for news on movement for the next Star Trek feature film continues.
Yelchin’s family have also launched a new foundation in honor of Anton.
The Academy Award-winning makeup artist also gives some insight into the new book, “Star Trek Beyond: The Makeup Artistry of Joel Harlow”, in stores tomorrow.
There is also a business update related to Paramount’s reaction to J.J. Abrams signing on for another Star Wars movie.
Speaking at the Continuing Voyage convention in Chicago, the actor also talks about a storyline he wanted for Star Trek Beyond and more
Captain Jane Kirk returns in November along with the second issue of the new Star Trek: Discovery comic.
Bill also talks life and death and a (possible) Star Trek VR project.