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Famed Star Trek artist Mike Okuda, responsible for so much of the look and feel of the Next Generation era, has also made quite a name for himself designing patches and insignias for various NASA missions. His latest work includes patches for the Constellation, Ares I-X, and Orion Missions.
As reported by Cleveland.com, Mike explains "I love the style of military unit or squadron emblems, that wonderful sense of bravado, since that's such a big part of NASA's culture." Check out the article exerpt below.
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As reported by Videogamer.com, a brand new Xbox 360 Elite bundle will be hitting store shelves featuring a theme based on J.J. Abrams "Star Trek".
According to the latest issue of trade publication The Future, Microsoft is readying two new Xbox 360 Elite bundles.CONTINUE READING >>
Here's this week's installment of The Trivia Tribble Presents. As always a big hand to the Trivia Tribble David Kleparek for providing the awesome content.
Star Trek: Enterprise
Season 2, Episode 2 “Carbon Creek”
Instructions: Watch the episode before you take the quiz. Use our handy scorecard to keep track of your answers. Each question is worth one point. To double your points, take the quiz without watching the episode first. For half points, watch the episode with the quiz in front of you. Answers to follow shortly in another post.CONTINUE READING >>
Thanks to one of our favorite SciFi blogs, Airlock Alpha, we learned of a special "hidden" interview Gene Roddenberry recorded in 1976 with none other than The Shat. Apparently the interview was include on a spoken word album called "Inside Star Trek" that also featured DeForest Kelley (Dr. Leonard McCoy) and Mark Lenard (Sarek).CONTINUE READING >>
In a recent interview with the EOnline.com, Zoe Saldana reports that she received a call about the next Star Trek flick and "They were calling to see where we were going to be and how my schedule is next year."
She smiled, "Just that was worth me doing a cartwheel when I got the phone call, because I cannot wait to put on the suit and go back to the Enterprise, take my shirt off and be with all those yummy guys."
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In a recent phone interivew with MTV Movie Blog, 'Star Trek' director J.J. Abrams talks about Star Trek XII needing to "evolve" and not become an "over the top, polemic, on-the-nose alegory".
Whew, we had to look a few of those up. Anyway, it's good to hear J.J. reassure us Trek fans that we're not in store for just any sequel. CONTINUE READING >>