Barclay’s Mirror counterpart infiltrates the Enterprise-D, but his motives aren’t completely clear.Read More
Plus Professor Hawking’s last theory sets up a mission straight out of Star Trek.
We also have a little Diamond Select update on an upcoming Star Trek announcement.
Star Trek has had some pretty fancy people in front of its cameras.
We also have a look at the upcoming figures from NJ Croce and news of a new Trek card game
Quantum Mechanix was in New York to show off what they have planned for Star Trek, including a preview of their inclusions in the next LootCrate.
Jacked Picard is coming back as the team behind last years TNG Mirror series returns in May for a 5-issue crossover event over the month.
We get a look at McFarlane Toys’ first foray into the final frontier.
A recently found concept memo shows a TNG without Gene Roddenberry that includes some elements reminiscent of ‘Discovery’
Don’t ask Patrick Stewart how fast the Enterprise can fly, he doesn’t know. We also have more celeb news from Zoe Saldana, Doug Jones, and Scott Bakula.
The TNG actor-turned-director also offered some advice for Quentin Tarantino
The Balance of power shifts back to the Terran Empire in the final issue of IDW’s epic TNG Mirror Universe saga.
Stewart is open to playing Jean-Luc Picard again…under the right circumstances.
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.
We also talk to Kumail Nanjiani about his love of Star Trek and Patrick Stewart.
Braga also reveals one of his biggest regrets was turning down chance to write third Star Trek film.
For the 30th anniversary we talk to Brannon Braga about how TNG changed with Michael Piller, the fun of writing for Reginald Barclay, scripting the finale and more
Great Links celebrates TNG’s 30th with some of the best articles and celebrations of the show from around the web
Celebrate the 30th anniversary of Star Trek: The Next Generation by counting down its greatest moments.
The bearded one also took time out to give praise to Karl Urban who crashed the panel to get back at Brent Spiner
The reason Martin was rejected as a possible TNG writer is a little hard to believe.