News Bullets

By Michelle
May 21, 2006 - 4:29 PM

  • Jonathan Frakes (Riker) spoke at the graduation of Rockport College, where he teaches acting and directing, reported the Camden Herald.

  • Brent Spiner (Data) and several Star Trek-connected writers will appear at the Motor City Comic Con this weekend, though Dominic Keating (Reed) had to cancel his planned visit due to professional committments.

  • The Boston Globe visited with Leonard Nimoy (Spock) at the West End House Boys & Girls Club in Allston following a gala fundraiser.

  • Totally Kate! has a new introductory message from Kate Mulgrew (Janeway) thanking fans for support of her work.

  • GameDaily has a feature on Patrick Stewart (Picard)'s X-Men 3: The Last Stand.

  • Australia's ABC reports on sci-fi fans in Adelaide with John Billingsley (Phlox).

  • Writer Kristine M. Smith will speak about DeForest Kelley (McCoy) at two upcoming Star Trek celebrations, according to Sci Fi Pulse.

  • Decipher has several new CCG articles: "Into the Final Frontier" part one and part two and part three to introduce fans to the card game, and "The Fabulous Five" about dilemma cards.

  • TrekUnited has a new Hailing Frequencies Open issue with information about online gaming and a look at fan fiction.

  • The Trek Life has a pitch for Star Trek XI producer J.J. Abrams.

  • StarTrek.com is having a contest to win admission and VIP events at the Star Trek Gala Expo in Seattle this fall.

  • A transcript of the never-seen-in-the-US prologue to Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home is available at TrekWeb.

  • Firing Squad has graphics from and analysis of Star Trek: Legacy.

  • Toy News International has revealed that Diamond Select will release a Marlena Moreau Mirror universe action figure at San Diego Comic Con, available only to guests who have purchased the other four Mirror universe figures.

  • TrekCore has posted screen caps from nine episodes of Enterprise and eleven episodes of Voyager. The site also hosts the Star Trek: Legacy trailer plus in-game play footage, new screen shots from the game and E3 previews. And TrekCore has won the EAE award.

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