Posts Tagged ‘Star Trek’
Space. The final frontier. These are our favourite moments from Trek life and Trek civilisation. Blah blah blah OMG Into Darkness is out this week! PARTY.
The future. It's here. No, now it's here. No, NOW it's here. Anyway, here's some stuff that won't be happening.
Star Trek: Voyager is, statistically-speaking, the Star Trek you most likely grew up with. For this particular Do Over, our Rú has removed his rose-tinted glasses.
Will can't figure out why he's still watching Battlestar Galactica because he doesn't actually like it much. Any fans out there who can assure him the slog is worth it?
It's only the 7th of January and we're already shooting our mouths off. Our section eds and columnists guess what's in store for the world of music, movies, comics, games, politics, food and science in 2013.
Shock Comedy: sometimes it's hard to know when it's ok to laugh. How do we navigate through the mire? Why, via the medium of Deep Space 9's Miles O'Brien!
Kirk and Spock. Booth and Bones. Sheriff Jack Carter and... everyone else. Paul Bowler takes a look at the common TV pairing of the wise warrior and the callow academic.
While Jean-Luc Picard and James T. Kirk get all the respect, five great Star Trek captains remain unloved and under-appreciated. Adopt one today!
Last week, our Rú wrote an unflattering Do Over on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, which prompted one of our readers to set horrified pen to appalled paper.
Star Trekkin' across the universe! Boldly goin' for- err, wait... wait a minute, I've got this... there we go... Star Trekkin' in one inanimate space. Boldly warrin', drinkin', punching Jem'Hadar in the face.
It's taken a while to settle down, but HBO's latest launch is finally taking shape after mixed initial reviews. Tony ponders the backlash's backlash.
Onesies are back, so there's no better time to reassess the show that boldly went where someone went before and taught us French people can be cool from time to time.