Bring the fight to fix the future home.
IDW’s latest ‘Picard’ comic arrives on Wednesday.
See Seven and Raffi debate if Jurati had become the Borg Queen.
The streaming service currently only has two Kelvin Movies.
IDW’s first ‘Strange New Worlds’ tie-in arrives in December.
The latest 1/6 scale figure perfectly recreates Sulu from “Mirror, Mirror.”
The animated series easily makes the transition to comics.
Books, games, figures, oh my! Tony and Laurie also cover the latest Star Trek merch.
Nana Visitor, Colm Meaney, and Terry Farrell talk DS9 to promote latest game expansion.
A Raffi story surprises with an exploration of a popular legacy character.
Rokeg Blood Pie, anyone? TrekMovie spoke to author Chelsea Monroe-Cassel about her new cookbook.
Sets include over 90 minutes of special features.
EXo-6’s 12″ figures continue to impress with their level of quality and detail.
More launches are planned in Europe for 2022 and early 2023.
It can be yours for just $350.
The animated series makes the jump to comics this week.
Star Trek Online’s New Terran Emperor was announced on Star Trek Day
Plus we check out the new 4K ‘Special Longer Version’ available in the limited box set.
These are the first Hasbro Star Trek products since 2013.
Complete your TOS movies collection this week.
We also have a preview of the final Mirror War one-off, about Mirror Troi.
The 3-issue Stargazer mini-series is set between seasons 2 and 3 of ‘Picard.’
Matt and Laurie also discuss the departure of director Matt Shakman from the next Star Trek movie.
The latest season warps in on home video on October 4.
IDW launches the new ‘Picard’ mini-series on Wednesday.
Tony and Laurie also cover what to expect at The 56-Year Mission in Las Vegas and the latest on ‘Strange New Worlds.’
And there is another ‘Prodigy’ novel tie-in coming too.
IDW’s eighth and final issue of their latest Mirror Universe series arrives Wednesday.
Tony and Laurie also round up the latest news on ‘Lower Decks,’ Eaglemoss, and STLV.
“Eaglemoss is over, but that doesn’t mean that the individual collections or individual projects don’t have a future.”