Star Trek is a science-fiction series created by Gene Roddenberry and it is basically set in the future when people are exploring space. It is very utopian so people generally know right from wrong except for the bad guys. Star Trek has many aliens, the most notable being the Vulcans (a society based on logic, have green blood, slanted eyebrows, and stuck-out ears), the Romulans (evil aliens.
A classic Star Trek story, quite interesting and very entertaining. I'd especially recommend this novel to any female Spock fans. I also found the introduction to this book by David Gerrold very interesting and definitely worth reading, especially if you, like me, haven't watched the original series in the sixties or seventies (I wasn't even born yet) - it gives you an insight to what it was.
The launch of Star Trek: Discovery has caused yet another fracturing of the base, with some claiming that Discovery has helped them gain a new appreciation of Enterprise, for at least trying to stay true to the spirit of Star Trek even if the execution wasn't always that great, and just as many claiming that Discovery shows how outdated Enterprise seemed even when it first aired (and that's.Star Trek: Enterprise's Must. The Infinite Vulcan (Episode 7)—A scientist from the Eugenics Wars and a species of hyperintelligent plants clone Spock, believing him to be the perfect template.STAR TREK: ENTERPRISE: Season One. Broken Bow (Part 1) No Starlog: The starship Enterprise is ready for its first interstellar mission. That mission arrives in the form of a Klingon on the run from the Suliban - genetically engineered mercenaries. Archer is given the task of returning the Klingon home, but he is lumbered with a Klingon science officer, and he's not sure if he can trust her.
Taking place during the mid-22nd century, the crew of the first warp five starship (the Enterprise NX-01) begin to explore the galaxy under the command of Captain Jonathan Archer. As their mission progresses, the crew encounter familiar races like the Klingons and Andorians as well as some new ones.Read More
I enjoyed revisiting the Enterprise's strife with a female Romulan, Kirk's time as an amnesiac Amerindian shaman, the re-enactment of the gunfight at the OK Corral, another tussle with our dear old Klingons, an irritable royal fiancee, battling piebalds, space-faring hippies, a caveman-reverting Spock, a very old Leonardo da Vinci and a decidedly vengeful ex-girlfriend of James Tiberius. And I.Read More
Full Disclosure: for reasons I cannot explain, I genuinely like Star Trek Enterprise. Maybe it's nostalgia for the early '00s form of edgy slickness; maybe it was the possibility of a truly 'cool.Read More
The captain of Enterprise NX-01,. Commander Sisko's late captain on the U.S.S. Saratoga was a Vulcan. Before the Vantika incident, Vulcans were the only race Dr. Bashir knew of who had ever performed a synaptic pattern displacement, or the transfer of one individual's consciousness into another: in their case, the transfer of the katra. An unspecified Vulcan ship was the first to make.Read More
A female Star Trek Vulcan cosplayer demonstrating the Vulcan salute. Vulcans are depicted as similar in appearance to humans. The main physical differences are their eyebrows and ears: the former are arched and upswept, while the latter feature pinnae that taper to a point at the top. The ears have been the subject of jokes on many occasions. Vulcans have been portrayed as various races. Most.Read More
Here are 12 Star Trek female Aliens to help you answer my sci-fi quiz below: (I've thrown in a curveball to see if I can catch you out, hehe) 1. Saavik (Vulcan) (Kirstie Alley) and (Robin Curtis) but which Star Trek movies established these celebrities in the glitz and glamor of showbusiness? 2. Derran Tal of the Varro (Musetta Vander) 3.Read More
I have never kept up with Kirstie Alley’s career that carefully, but by the time she of IN SEARCH FOR SPOCK, may— she may—and I stress MAY — have been into her CHEERS phase, or it may well just have been that a more serious— and younger— actor was.Read More
Star Trek is a 2009 American science fiction action film directed by J. J. Abrams and written by Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman.It is the eleventh film in the Star Trek film franchise, and is also a reboot that features the main characters of the original Star Trek television series portrayed by a new cast, as the first in the rebooted film series. The film follows James T. Kirk and Spock.Read More
Keep calm, and Vulcan salute on. Signaling to the universe that you would rather use the Vulcan salute instead of shaking hands, this Star Trek Vulcan Salutes Only Sign Women's Relaxed Scoop Neck T-Shirt will help you stay out of sickbay and in good health. PRODUCT DETAILS.Read More