Captain Kirk and company take up the War on Terror.
Chicago destroyed, along with viewers' brain cells.
Photos by Alexander FloresAngela Hunt makes hers Marvel with a Stan Lee signature at Dallas Comic Con Sunday.By the time we got to Dallas Comic Con Saturday 'round 2:30, there was still a line snaking around the Irving Convention Center. Ben Stevens, the show's co-organizer, guesstimated that som ... More >>
I knew where I'd be tomorrow back in January, when we first mentioned that, oh, some guys named Stan Lee and Leonard Nimoy would be attending the Dallas Comic Con, which makes its move to the newly opened Irving Convention Center after years in Richardson and Plano. Figure we'll get there 'round ... More >>
Yvonne Craig, both a Batgirl and an Adamson Leopard (update: for one semester)A press release announcing the month's-end Sci-Fi Expo at the Plano Center just hit the in-box containing the full list of ladies scheduled to attend the event, themed this time 'round as "Women of Sci-Fi." Among those ... More >>
Erik Clapp, the Fort Worth filmmaker who tends to Bobbie Wygant's archives, was sure he had in the stack o' tapes an old interview with Leslie Nielsen, which we had planned to post earlier this week. Alas, he dug and dug but came up empty-handed. But Erik more than makes up for it with this lates ... More >>
Starlog 665: Just bought Spaced Out at Half Price Books...To the Trekkies and Harry Pottererers who skipped all this weekend's claw fever for the Star Trek Fan Days at the Plano Center: We've brewed up some memorabilia for you to get autographed in the future.If you didn't know already, William S ... More >>
Jim Kirk didn't die. Bill Shatner just got scared to death.
Finally, a Star Trek: TMP worth the tribble
William Shatner is no longer afraid of his shadow
Atlantis rises, and soars, in this animated gift
Robert Wise finishes Star Trek: The Motion Picture--22 years later
Trekkies boldly peers into the Star Trek phenomenon
Lessons I learned the hard way: a personal report
New releases: Sonic Youth, Los Lobos, The The, and Mr. Spock
Star Trek: Generations rings in the new by killing off the old