News Bullets

By Christian
July 4, 2002 - 4:09 AM

  • Enterprise actor Dominic Keating (Malcolm Reed) celebrated his birthday a few days ago, on Monday the 1st of July. In honour of the occasion, his official web site was updated with several pieces of fan art.

  • has posted links to several features dealing with 'I Do, I Do,' the St. Louis musical Scott Bakula (Jonathan Archer) recently appeared in. These include a report of a fan who sent to see the show, a scanned version of the musical program, and several photos from Bakula at the event.

  • Star Trek Customisable Card Game makers Decipher have posted a new installment of their Design Log, asking the question of what's currently on the designer's agenda.

  • According to the German Star Trek Index, publisher Heyne has announced two new Star Trek novels it will be publishing in early 2003. 'Sektion 31 IV: Der Schatten', out in January 2003, is a translation of the English-language 'Section 31: Shadow' by Dean Wesley Smith and Kristine Kathryn Rusch, while 'Das Unsterblichkeitsprinzip' is based on 'Immortal Coil,' by Jeffrey Lang.

  • The Sev Wide Web has several new items of merchandise available featuring the characters from the popular Star Trek cartoon parody, including a bookmark featuring the Enterforaprize crew and an Essential Pack including the Sev Trek video, a Sev Trek cartoon book, and all Sev bookmarks.

  • Editor Bill Hunt at the Digital Bits has posted his review of the Next Generation Season Three DVD box set. "Paramount's full seasons of Star Trek: The Next Generation on DVD are continuing to improve in subtle ways," Hunt wrote, "but I still wish the extras weren't so formulaic. I guess I'd like to see the occasional surprise in the bonus material. Still, I don't think too many fans will be displeased. If you love Star Trek on DVD, this season of episodes is as good as it gets."

  • The Sci-Fi Wire has announced that popular new SF series The Dead Zone, created by former Trek writer Michael Piller, will now also start airing on the Sci-Fi Channel, beginning Friday the 12th of July at 8pm.

  • Kate Mulgrew (Kathryn Janeway) fan site Totally Kate reports that Tea At Five, the acclaimed one-woman show in which Mulgrew portrays Katharine Hepburn, will be presented in the American Repertory Theatre in Cambridge, MA, from September 8 through September 22, 2002.

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