Star Trek

26 Apr 19
BGR

April 26th is the official Avengers: Endgame launch date, a film that will deliver a conclusion to the first three phases of Marvel’s Cinematic Universe — well, Spider-Man: Far From Home is technically the last film of Phase 3, but Endgame is more like a finale. We’ve warned you multiple times in the past that […]

26 Apr 19

Every setting should have what is called an “elevator pitch.” If you never heard the term before, it is a quick speech that a writer/producer can pitch to a producer during an elevator ride. It should quickly telegraph exactly what kind of stories you are going to tell in the setting. Just take a look […]

26 Apr 19
Jeremy C Kester

I’ve not looked for a new podcast in quite a long time. In fact, I’ve been so far behind in the podcasts I did listen to that I’ve been unable to look elsewhere. Then it was a fortunate mention in Grammar Girl a few episodes back that caught my ears, sending me immediately back into […]

26 Apr 19
Set The Tape

In this ongoing series, Ian Blackout revisits Lucasfilm’s Star Wars: The Clone Wars animated series, in a (roughly) chronological order of events and grouped (roughly) into story-arcs. Massacre (2012) Season 4, Episode 19. Written by Katie Lucas, directed by Steward Lee. “One must let go of the past to hold on to the future.” After […]

26 Apr 19
Eclectic Theist- J.W. Wartick's Random Interests

Over at the “Little Red Reviewer,” “Redhead” has been posting a “Five for Friday” feature on five random books from her shelves to discuss and encouraging others to do so. So here, I go. Following (directly, as quoted in the link)  her rules: The only things these books have in common are: -they were on my bookshelf -I’m […]

26 Apr 19
Kimiko's Place

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine – Season 4 (Unofficial UHD Teaser) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1uDXux7OEYc

26 Apr 19
EMILY HILL

In the early 80s, operatic singer Klaus Nomi was at the crest of New York’s club scene. However, his untimely death from Aids in 1983 cut him off in his prime, before the world truly had the chance to appreciate his vibrant and bizarre performance art. It probably makes sense to begin with someone who […]

26 Apr 19
Dandelion Chandelier

Sometimes we get a bit off track with our diet and workout routines. Sometimes we get waaaayy off track. For those moments when a big event, vacation or pool party loom large on our calendars and our weight does, too, intensive intervention is required. Yep, we’re talking Boot Camp. Our correspondent Julie Chang Murphy, who […]

26 Apr 19
Hank Hindenburg's Movie Challenge

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows 2016 Starring: Megan Fox, Stephen Amell, and Brian Tee Director: Dave Green Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows is probably the closest thing we’ll ever get to the movie I actually wanted to see when I was a kid. A little history may be in […]

26 Apr 19
What The Craggus Saw...

Eleven years. Twenty-one movies. All leading up to this. In the wake of Thanos’ victory, the remaining Avengers regroup to figure out how to live up to their name. But there are no easy paths to setting things right and its only through the unexpected return of Ant-Man that an opportunity presents itself – one […]

26 Apr 19
Nerd News Now

Happy birthday Spice Williams, born April 26, 1952. Spice Williams, known as Spice Williams-Crosby since 2003, is an action actress, stunt woman, and stunt coordinator who portrayed the Klingon Vixis in Star Trek V: The Final Frontier. In 1993, she appeared as a Klaestron kidnapper in the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine episode “Dax” alongside […]

26 Apr 19
Kimiko's Place

TIL The Harry Kim who dies (as well as the one who survives) reappears in Star Trek Online. In the mission “Dust to Dust,” which takes place in 2410, it is revealed that the Kobali, guided by Jhet’leya (the reanimated Lindsay Ballard) uncovered his frozen corpse and reanimated him. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1mI5mba6Jvs