News BulletsBy Caillan
June 13, 2003 - 10:15 AM
- Star Trek writer Jeff Mariotte (SCE: No Surrender, The Lost Era) is participating in a Q&A at CSI Files about his work on the CSI: Crime Scene Investigation comics.
- Psi Phi has updated its Enterprise rerun schedule through July 23. The site has projected that the third season premiere could air on October 1, but if UPN airs two episodes on Wednesdays during summer like last year, Enterprise will debut in September.
- Linda Park (Hoshi Sato) has cancelled her appearance at Toronto Trek 17 due to a schedule change, and will be replaced by Nana Visitor (Kira Nerys). Thanks to Karen Bennett for this!
- Star Trek memorabilia will be on display at Seattle's Museum of Flight this Fathers' Day weekend.
- StarTrek.com has posted a tribute to guest actor Booker Bradshaw (Dr. M'Benga in "A Private Little War" and "That Which Survives"), who passed away in April.
- The official rules for Strange New Worlds VII are now up at Psi Phi.
- Cult Times' special issue 26 looks at the longevity of Star Trek and the various shows created by Gene Roddenberry.
- Jamahl Epsicokhan has reviewed Star Trek Nemesis at Star Trek Hypertext. Here's an excerpt from his article:
Box-office numbers aside, Nemesis is a decidedly mixed bag, with some elements that work well and others that do not. I can see what they were going for here. Emotionally, they don't quite pull it off down the stretch, particularly with the lackluster ending. Technically, as an effects-driven hardware-and-battle movie, it's one of the better installments.
The film was awarded a score of 2.5 out of 4 in the complete review.
- The Deep Space Nine section of Five Minute Voyager has relaunched with fivers of the first six seasons' finale episodes.
- Over 100 new screencaps from Star Trek Nemesis have been posted at TrekPulse.