Sisko hallucinates that he is an oppressed science fiction writer from 20th century Earth who in turn is hallucinating that he’s a space station captain.
Archive for May, 2014
The New Starship Foundation plans on opening a sci-fi museum in Hollywood next year.
The Hollywood Science Fiction Museum will be “the world’s first dedicated science fiction museum that will celebrate sci-fi in film, TV, art and literature.”
Star Trek baseball fans can combine both loves in one night on June 6 when the Tampa Bay Rays take on the Seattle Mariners.
The game will be preceded by trailers for the forthcoming Blu-ray release of Star Trek: The Next Generation: Chain of Command.
The nominations for the 30th Annual Television Critics Association (TCA) Awards have been announced.
Amongst the nominees are several Star Trek-related names and shows.
A new demo from Microsoft showed “real-time voice-to-voice” translation.
The service will be used with Skype.
Several special awards were announced for the 40th Annual Saturn Awards.
Three of the four special awards include names familiar to Star Trek fans.
LeVar Burton has announced an ambitious project to bring Reading Rainbow into more homes and classrooms.
The goal of the Kickstarter campaign is to raise $1,000,000 and already almost a fifth of that has been pledged in the first day.
The latest Star Trek comic, Star Trek #33, makes its debut tomorrow; but fans can have a sneak peek today.
Star Trek #33 was written by Mike Johnson, with art by Erfan Fajar, and a cover by Joe Corroney.
Star Trek: The Next Generation‘s Jonathan Frakes will be directing several episodes of a TNT series set to debut later this year.
The series is The Librarians, and it is a revival of the Librarian movies.
Morn’s death leads to a struggle among his former associates for possession of his valuables, which Morn has left to Quark.
According to Wil Wheaton, his role of Wesley Crusher came courtesy of David Gerrold.
Wheaton had come to Gerrold’s notice in Stand By Me.
Star Trek into Darkness‘ Benedict Cumberbatch will be replacing Guy Pearce in Black Mass.
Pearce left the project due to scheduling issues.
Leonard Nimoy will be appearing with the Boston Pops this weekend, and that appearance will probably be the last Pops appearance for the actor.
An award to be presented to Nimoy after that, on June 7, will bring an end to the actor’s long career.
IDW Publishing has announced its comics release schedule and three Star Trek comics are on the list.
The comics include Star Trek #36, Star Trek: Harlan Ellison’s City on the Edge of Forever #3, and Star Trek: New Visions #2: Time’s Echo.