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Sisko is back in another Deep Space Nine adventure from David R. George III
James Swallow to author novel focusing on Discovery’s Kelpian, due out next summer.
We also have an update on the first ‘Star Trek Discovery’ comic book.
Turns out the world still needs a physical collection of Star Trek information – a book of lists about captains’ romances, redshirt deaths and more.
David A. Goodman returns to tell the fascinating story of one of Star Trek’s most celebrated captains
Author also reveals he will be writing Spock’s biography next.
Read the details and synopsis for Dayton Ward’s ‘Star Trek: Discovery: Drastic Measures.’
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.
Learn more about about Georgiou, Burnham and Saru in David Mack’s prequel novel to the new Star Trek series.
Get your wallets out because there is a whole bunch of new Discovery merchandise headed your way.
If you are planning a visit to the Klingon Empire or just want to learn more about the culture, this guide may be right for you.
Plus hints on what’s next in this integrated extended universe for ‘Star Trek: Discovery.’
Quantum Mechanix was the licensee with the most new Star Trek stuff to show off at San Diego Comic-Con.
Ward is also writing the first Star Trek IncrediBuilds book for the original Enterprise.
Una McCormack shines in her latest Star Trek novel which takes us to post Dominion-War Cardassia.
David Mack’s first ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ novel finally has a release date.
We take a look at the fifth entry in Christopher L. Bennett’s Department of Temporal Investigations series.
Get a look inside this new Star Trek book that covers the best Klingon tourist locations plus all the etiquette tips you need to survive the trip.
Dayton Ward brings us a mystery for Captain Picard and the crew of the Enterprise-E that spans across the centuries.
The moral and ethical nature of Section 31 comes into question in the latest Trek novel from author David Mack.
From snipping chest hairs to hyperventilating, Westmore has given it his all.