News BulletsBy Christian
August 26, 2000 - 10:51 PM
- O. Deus at TrekWeb has posted a new 'Voyager' summer review, this week looking at 'Good Shephard'.
- Over at Psi Phi's Star Trek Books BBS, Baerbel Haddrell has posted a six-part review of 'Requiem' and 'Renaissance', the first two books in the 'Excalibur' New Frontier trilogy. The six parts are Post Mortems, Soleta, Selar, Burgoyne 172, and Xyon, Mark McHenry and Zak Kebron, Si Cwan and Kalinda and Robin & Morgan Lefler, but be warned they do contain spoilers.
- Simon & Schuster has issued a press release containing a full listing of all the eBooks the company will be publishing this season, including the new 'Star Trek: S.C.E.' eBook-only series.
- John deLancie (Q) will be attending the Seybold 2000 convention in San Francisco next week to help the Zapwerk company promote Siteyard, a real-time, live, knowledge management software product. The presentation by deLancie will use original scripted materials created by deLancie and his 'Alien Voices' partner Leonard Nimoy (Spock). The new Alien Voices web site will also operate using the Siteyard software.
- StarTrek.com has posted a tentative schedule of the TOS DVD releases, and the 'DS9' and 'Voyager' VHS releases, through the end of the calendar year.
- Decipher, the publisher of the official Star Trek Customisable Card Game, has announced the 'Trouble With Tribbles' expansion set is now available throughout the US, Europe and Australia. The special 'Tribbles' 4-player mini-game, available separately, will be released in a similar way as the actual expansion set - first in America on the 30th of August, and following that in Europe and in Australia.
- The Decipher site has also been updated with Adobe Acrobat (PDF-format) versions of the 'Trouble With Tribbles' preconstructed starter deck list and the full card list.
- The Cynics Corner has been updated with the first in a series of German versions of David E. Sluss's biting Trek commentaries, translated by Matthias W. Horn. This first translated review deals with 'A Time To Stand', the first DS9 Dominion War episode. To read the German review, please head on over to the Zynikerecke.
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