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April 4: On This Day In Science Fiction History

STAR TREK DEEP SPACE NINE gave a good handful of actors the chance to play some monumental 'baddies' in the shape of the Cardassians, and Casey Biggs certainly rose to the challenge.  He gave his character Damar the chance to go from bad to kinda/sorta good as he led the resistance effort to take back…

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April 3: On This Day In Science Fiction History

Greetings, fellow science fiction fans, and welcome to the April 3rd installment of "On This Day In Science Fiction History."  As fate would have it, April 3rd happens to be one of those fateful times when a whole host of important sci-fi properties converge and give us a day…

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April 2: On This Day In Science Fiction History

I'll never say that I disliked the singing scamp Ewan McGregor as George Lucas's choice to play a young Obi-Wan Kenobi; rather, I tend to say that I preferred the gravitas Sir Alec Guinness brought to the more learned, more practiced Jedi Master.  Sure, I've heard…

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April 1: On This Day in Science Fiction History

G'day, Trekmates, and here's what I was able to uncover about the further developments in the history of Science Fiction for April 1st!  Today's birthdays begin with the announcement of everyone's favorite yeoman, Janice Rand, played by Grace Lee…

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Updating...

...is a never ending thing. be it a website or new uniforms, one is always updating something! lol. Will be starting my second Star Trek Uniform and it should be better than the first try. =^-^= will need to get more fabric in the coming months for both new Star Trek uniforms and Star Wars Jedi uniforms. calling them costumes just don't seem to be right to me. and NO, Mokey will NOT be getting any 'dog uniforms'. he is a Service Dog and can not have them, on duty or off duty (which, sadly,…

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March 31: On This Day in Science Fiction History

I can still remember seeing THE MATRIX in theatres.  Although it premiered on this day back in 1999, I know that I didn't rush out to the movies to see it right away.  After all, it starred Keanu Reeves, so I figured it was probably going to end up being as tepid as…

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March 30: On This Day In Science Fiction History

Greetings, fellow Star Trek enthusiasts, and here's what I was able to find out about March 30's place in Science Fiction History!  Today marks the birthday of Star Trek VOYAGER's li'l Borg/child played by actress Marley McClean.

Also earning a nasty, hissing mention is Paul…

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March 29: On This Day in Science Fiction History

When STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION premiered, I'm not entirely sure fans were all that enamored with the character of ship's counselor Deanna Troi.  It wasn't that she wasn't interesting and lovely as portrayed by series regular Marina Sirtis -- rather, it's that the writers didn't quite…

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March 28: On This Day in Science Fiction History

Today marks the birthday of Roger Nygard, the gentle genius who brought us TREKKIES!…

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March 27: On This Day In Science Fiction History

Greetings, fellow Star Trek enthusiasts, and here's a quick summary of what I found happened on this day in Science Fiction History!

 

Today marks the birthday of Nathan Fillion of FIREFLY.

 

Today also marks the birth of the lovely Elizabeth Mitchell, formerly with LOST and…

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March 26: On This Day In Science Fiction History

Those of us who grew up with the original STAR TREK know firsthand how important Leonard Nimoy is to our beloved franchise.  As the half-human half-Vulcan sciences officer Mr. Spock, Leonard brought a special gravitas to the role, showing audiences even an alien…

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Eaglemoss' Latest Arrivals

Profit and Pace is the latest installment of our reviews of the Official Starships Collection - what's your consensus on the Marauder or the Dauntless models if you have them? If you're yet to receive them are these two you're looking forward to parking alongside your other…

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Star Trek Destination 2014

I went to the Star Trek Destination 2014 in Frankfurt Germany, simple event, not all that spectacular but non the less still lots of fun. Got photos with William Shatner, Marina Sertis, Brent Spiner and others. Photos of the event were posted on my Facebook page.

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March 25: On This Day In Science Fiction History

Wow.  I imagine that it would've been pretty hard to play a Klingon under all that make-up and costuming, but talent like Robert O'Reilly sure made it look easy.  He played Gowron, who started out on STAR TREK:…

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March 24: On This Day In Science Fiction History

Veteran character actor R. Lee Ermey pretty much has one character in his repertoire -- that of a blisteringly mad but horrifically efficient drill sergeant -- but what a character indeed!  He's the kind of guy you wouldn't want to make angry, that's for sure, and he's…

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March 23: On This Day In Science Fiction History

On this day back in 1967, the STAR TREK (TOS) episode "Errand of Mercy" premiered on NBC.  The story saw Captain Kirk and the crew of the Enterprise racing against odds to protect the people of the peaceful planet of Organia from those pesky Klingons, but -- for reasons…

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March 22: On This Day In Science Fiction History

That's right, friends and family, today marks the birthday of the legendary Captain Kirk's alter ego himself -- William Shatner!  And what would Star Trek BE without the essential Mr. Shatner?…

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March 21: On This Day In Science Fiction History

So far as this sci-fi fan is concerned, there was a lot wrong with the ROBOCOP (2014) reboot -- video-game intensity of the plot; no real strong emotional core to Det. Murphy's struggle; and no charismatic villain in sight.  But one of the things they got right was casting screen veteran Gary Oldman as the kind-hearted Dr. Dennett Norton, Robocop's kinda/sorta creator.  Goldman was born on this day in 1958.…

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March 20: On This Day In Science Fiction History

The best way I know to measure how well an actor is at his craft is to ask one simple question: "Could I imagine anyone else doing this role justice?"  If you can't imagine anyone else in it, then the talent is probably appropriately cast for any…

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March 19: On This Day In Science Fiction History

STAR TREK fans might hate me for saying this, but I always thought that FARSCAPE was exactly the kind of show that STAR TREK: VOYAGER should've been: talk about a fish-out-of-water show!

Astronaut John Crichton found himself -- like Janeway and company -- transported to the far side…

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April 19: On This Day In Science Fiction History

Many of you Trek enthusiasts are probably too young to remember the fantastic monthly sci-fi magazine that was STARLOG.  From 1976 thru 2009 the magazine published, bringing fans only the best entertainment news that related to all of fandom.  Throughout much of the 70s and 80s, STARLOG was the equivalent of what the…See More
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BloodWine Peddler (Chris) replied to Steve Emirzian's discussion Things that don't make sense about Wrath of Khan.
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This groups is a union of all space/Star Trek RPG's/SIM's. It is open to all types of groups....everything space related that is! Please have a link in the add you post....otherwise you can post freely....no membership is required you can post freely with out waiting for someone to 'approve the post'. Like many other groups, you are requested to post once a week and if you represent  many ships/colonies, please put them all in one add, not in several separate adds. Owner: Wendy …See More
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