Do you love being captain of your own destiny? I suppose if you have answered in the affirmative, then you would be interested in the Star Trek Inflatable Captain's Chair from Thinkgeek, where depending on the size of the ...
To create this and other planets for The Next Generation, Gabl used a mixture of hand-painted textures, as well as terrain maps he downloaded from NASA’s website. Using Maxon’s CINEMA 4D, Photoshop, After Effects and a bit of Trimble’s SketchUP, Gabl was able to bring to life celestial bodies and planetary environments that are at once incredibly gritty and detailed while remaining ethereal and breathtakingly artistic.
This is a very cool mosaic. It is an image made up of 100s of smaller images. You will receive an 8.5X11 inch borderless art print of the original work. I am only releasing a very few of these signed and numbered directly from the artist.
In 2374 Seven of nine was captured and liberated by the friendly intrepid class USS Voyager (NCC-74656). This spectacular Borg drone was skillfully played by Jeri Ryan in her awesome Starfleet costumes that just made my heart flutter. But Seven, as we got to know her was more than just a piece of skirt. Her cool, indifferent character proved to be a valuable member of Voyager's crew and as she struggled to free her mind from the Collective Hive Mind and regain her individuality something happened.
Yes I got excited watching Jeri stride accross the deckplates all packaged up in that shiney fabric but it wasn't that. For the first time in her life, she had to cope without the help of the "other voices" from the unified Borg drones to reassure her. Seven of nine was discovering her human identity and unfettered by her seperation, Seven delivered on time and dispensed with formalities in that firey Borg voice of hers. I guess you could say, Voyager's crew welcomed her into their human starship collective.
Assimulated from an early age of seven in 2355 on the USS Raven, Seven has only...
Recently, IDW Star Trek comics’ writer Mike Johnson mentioned there are hints to the direction of the new film in the current comics series, which has been re-telling classic 60’s Star Trek episodes with the current cast/continuity. A lot of the story details have been different, because as Johnson explains “the new timeline is moving in a radically different direction.”
So let’s have fun for a bit. What if the next Star Trek films were total remakes of the old Star Trek films with the current cast and alternate universe continuity? What would they be like? Who would play David Marcus, Saavik, Gorkon, and so forth? Read on to find out how I see topsy turvy versions of classic Trek films in the 21st century.
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