We’re pleased to announce the fifth episode of our podcast called, “Life After Trek” featuring Walter Koenig. Walter is our very first interview with an Original Series actor and we're super pleased to have him on the show. As you may know, we live blogged from the floor of Austin Comic-con and that's where we recorded the interview with Walter. We would like to give a big thanks to WizardWorld for having a fantastic convention and giving us access to get such a fantastic interview. If there's a WizardWorld Comic-con anywhere near you, be sure to stop by. You won't be disappointed.CONTINUE READING >>
Here’s a gem of a craft project that we were just clued into by a friend, Star Trek pot holders. Ok, so maybe you’re saying, “Why do I care about knitting?!” Well, if you’re thinking that…look at the pretty Delta Shield and then click one of our Life After Trek podcasts and amuse yourself with something more your style. However, I happen to know that many of our fans DO like to knit and crochet and this article is specifically for them. In fact I think our crafting friends have been sorely overlooked and we’d like to extend an invitation to them. If anybody makes these we’d love to post them as updates to this article. Just contact us and let us know. Now without further ado…*drum roll*…I give to you, the 24th century in yarn!CONTINUE READING >>
We are big fans of Edgar Allan Poe and we especially love it when Star Trek cast members take on projects that involve the master of the Macabre. Most recently we reported on Jeffrey Combs playing Poe in a one man show called "Nevermore: An Evening With Edgar Allan Poe". It appears though that Jeffrey is not the only Trek star to dabble in the macabre. Our lovable Dr. Phlox from Enterprise has recorded an audio drama based around the Poe short story "The Fall of the House of Usher". Joining John Billingsley in the audio drama cast are; Kevin Sorbo (Hercules, Andromeda), Jim O'Rear (The Dead Matter, Day Of The Dead), and Bonnie Friedericy (Chuck).CONTINUE READING >>
Wizard World’s first Austin Comic Con is in our past, but not forgotten. We were so excited to have a con in our own backyard finally. Going home each night (instead of a hotel room) after live blogging a convention is a treat. There was so much to see and so many interesting Q&A’s to listen to. Tons of artists, as you would expect, but quite a few celebrities were in attendance too. Here at Subspace Communique (no surprise) we were most excited about seeing Walter Koenig. He was so gracious that he took some time to do an interview with us. We’ll be posting that in our Life After Trek series ASAP! For now, here’s some video of his Q&A panel.CONTINUE READING >>
You may remember us reporting on advancements in cloaking technology in earlier articles . It seems that they’ve come up with new applications for this budding tech. A new mathematical theory takes current cloaking technology in several directions at once. One of the new applications can potentially cloak events in both time and space.CONTINUE READING >>
Sitting at a table in the convention food court on Sunday, we received a tweet from one of our followers congratulating us on an award we had won from Ex Astris Scientia. Wait what? An award? We quickly checked out ex-astris-scientia.org and sure enough, we had won the EAE award for November 2010. Just about any Trek fan knows that Ex Astris Scientia is an internet authority on all things Star Trek canon and EAS has been giving out it's EAE awards since 1999. We're so thrilled and honored to receive the award!
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We had a blast at WizardWorld's Austin Comic-con this weekend and we even got the chance to talk with Star Trek's own Walter Koenig. During our brief interview, Walter told us about the upcoming audio drama release of "Buck Alice and the Actor Robot". Based on his book of the same name, the radio drama will be available for sale tomorrow (November 15th) through Amazon.CONTINUE READING >>
Welcome to Day 3 of our live coverage of the Austin Comic-con 2010. We've had a blast the last couple of days and WizardWorld puts on a heckuva show. We'll be rooming the convention floor today taking photos and commenting on what we see. Check out the full coverage below.
Here's our live coverage of the Austin Comic-con, Day 2. We had a blast covering Day 1 and look forward to all of the great Q&A sessions Day 2 has to offer. Walter Koenig has a scheduled Q&A session today, plus Billy D. Williams & Ray Park. We'll be bringing you those and all the wild stuff that happens on the show floor. Check out our full coverage below.