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Star Trek Into Darkness Magazine Articles

Tuesday, April 2nd, 2013

Several magazines recently have featured Star Trek into Darkness, and fans can see online scans of three of them now.

The magazines are the April issue of Star Trek magazine and Cinemania, and the May issue of Empire.


Star Trek Magazine Available Digitally

Wednesday, May 30th, 2012

U.K. fans of the Star Trek Magazine can now subscribe to a digital version of the publication.

Star Trek Magazine is now available on Apple’s iOS Newstand for the iPhone and iPad, and for U.S. fans through the NOOK.


Star Trek Magazine Ultimate Guides

Monday, August 8th, 2011

Two new issues of Star Trek Magazine will be Star Trek “Ultimate Guides,” covering the time period from 1966-1993 and then from 1993 through present day.

The two issues, featuring the work of thirty contributors, will debut with issue #36 releasing today and the second part of the Ultimate Guide, issue #37, to debut on September 29.


Star Trek Magazine #31

Monday, December 27th, 2010

Fans of Star Trek: Voyager‘s Roxann Dawson and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine‘s Chase Masterson will enjoy the latest issue of Star Trek Magazine.

In Star Trek Magazine #31, as well as interviews with Dawson and Masterson, there will be a “look at the Haynes Enterprise Manual” and an article on Star Trek‘s strong females, featuring Lieutenant Uhura.


Star Trek Magazine Issue 30 Preview

Tuesday, November 23rd, 2010

Star Trek Magazine #30 is on newsstands now and the latest issue will be of interest to those who enjoy the “bad boys” of the Star Trek Universe. When it comes to Starfleet “bad boys,” “do the means justify the ends?”

“The successful operation of Starfleet depends on a strict adherence to rules and regulations, an understanding of and compliance to command structure and the obedience of orders from superior officers. Except, of course, when it doesn’t.” A preview of this lead article compares two successful and popular Star Trek captains, James T. Kirk and Jean-Luc Picard.


McNeill Compares Paris And Locarno

Monday, November 22nd, 2010

In the latest Star Trek Magazine, #30, which is now on the newsstands, actor Robert Duncan McNeill shares his thoughts on the two “bad boys” that he portrayed in Star Trek: The Next Generation and Star Trek: Voyager.

According to McNeill, there is an important difference between the two troublesome characters. “Fundamentally there’s a huge difference between the two of them,” said McNeill. “Nick Locarno was somebody who appeared to be a really good guy to the Starfleet teachers, faculty and staff, but deep down was a rotten guy. I think Tom Paris was the complete opposite of that. He appeared to be a little rotten on the outside, but was really a good guy underneath it all. Initially, Voyager’s creators might have conceived the character to be very much like Nick Locarno, but it became clear to me quite early on that he had to be very different.”


Star Trek Magazine #30 – Bad Boys

Wednesday, November 3rd, 2010

Fans of Star Trek “bad boys” will enjoy issue #30 of the Official Star Trek Magazine, due out November 30.

From the beginning days of Star Trek, not everyone in Starfleet was a stickler for the rules and sometimes this worked out well, as in the case of many of Captain James T. Kirk’s actions, but for others, breaking the rules was problematic for the “bad boy” as was the case for Tom Paris prior to his assignment to the USS Voyager.


Digital Star Trek Magazine Now Available

Tuesday, May 25th, 2010

For Star Trek fans who prefer to read their magazines online or on the iPad, the official Star Trek Magazine is now being offered in a digital format.

Beginning with the June issue, readers can purchase single issues ($4.89 each) or spring for a subscription ($39.99 for eight issues) at the Zinio website.


Star Trek Magazine: Fanzines

Monday, April 5th, 2010

From the beginning of the Star Trek franchise, fans wanting to continue their own Star Trek voyages wrote stories and submitted art to fanzines for the benefit of their fellow fans.

Some of today’s Star Trek authors and artists got started in fanzines, which lead some to professional careers.


Star Trek Magazine: Icheb The Borg

Monday, April 5th, 2010

Manu Intiraymi shares his memories of his favorite Star Trek: Voyager episode.

Giving his best performance in Imperfection meant working himself up to get ready for his emotional scene with the EMH and Captain Janeway.


Star Trek Magazine: Star Trek Online

Monday, February 8th, 2010

The Star Trek Online team describes the parameters of the new MMORPG, released last week, for Star Trek Magazine readers.

The key to Star Trek: Online was figuring out what had happened to everyone’s favorite races, then deciding where to go from there.


Star Trek Magazine: The Klingons Strike Back

Monday, February 8th, 2010

Klingon fans will enjoy the latest issue of the Star Trek Magazine, which features the warrior race.

In addition to the Klingons, Star Trek Magazine issue 24 will give readers “exclusive access” to the Star Trek DVD launch party with comments from some of the stars of the movie, and “Tribble Tweets,” a new way at looking at The Trouble with Tribbles.


Star Trek Magazine Preview: Jon Povill

Friday, January 8th, 2010

Star Trek: The Motion Picture‘s associate producer Jon Povill shares his experiences of making Star Trek‘s first movie.

Povill’s involvement with Star Trek dates back to 1972, when fresh out of UCLA film school, he wrote a feature adaptation of a short story and presented it to Gene Roddenberry.

Star Trek Magazine Preview: Walter Koenig

Friday, January 8th, 2010

Issue twenty-three of the official Star Trek magazine celebrates the thirtieth anniversary of Star Trek: The Motion Picture and original series’ Walter Koenig (Chekov) shared his memories of the film.

Koenig recalled seeing Star Trek: The Motion Picture at a premiere in Washington, D.C. “The preamble to it all was great,” he recalled during a wide ranging interview in a North Hollywood restaurant to acknowledge the upcoming 30th anniversary of the film and his journal of the experience, Chekov’s Enterprise. “The limos and the red carpet were extraordinary. The film started and I thought the first five minutes were terrific. The music was driving. It was almost like the beginning of Jaws.”


Star Trek Magazine Preview

Thursday, November 5th, 2009


Star Trek Magazine issue #22 is on sale now, and included in this issue are the top ten Star Trek villains.

Most fans can easily name their favorite Star Trek villains, but just what makes a good Star Trek villain? In Star Trek Magazine, Lance Parkin examines the effects of Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan on the rest of the franchise.

“The movies have tended to have stronger, or at least more blatant, villains than the television series, and the reason for that can be summed up in one word: “Khaaaaaannnn!!!!” writes Parkin. “The second season episode Space Seed and its movie sequel Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan presented the show with a rare super-villain. Khan is a warrior scientist; a futurist visionary from the unenlightened past; a man of passion and cold strategies. Movies can’t be as sedentary as some television episodes, much of Star Trek: The Next Generation and Star Trek: Enterprise seems to consist of characters sat around a table explaining to each other what we all just watched in the last ten minutes. They need more pace, more of an impetus to action. More action.”