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50 Years of Star Trek: Star Trek: Mission New York Day Three Overview

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Today was the final day of Star Trek: Mission New York.  I made it to the Javits Center by 9:30am and got to wait inside.  Once they officially let people in, I immediately went to the show floor to get … Continue reading

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50 Years of Star Trek: Star Trek: Mission New York Day Two Overview

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After a wonderful first day at Star Trek: Mission New York, I eagerly awaited day two.  I got to the Javits Center at almost 10am to find a huge line to get in.  Once I finally got in, I went … Continue reading

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50 Years of Star Trek: Star Trek Beyond (2016)

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“Our captain will come for us.  Mercy will be the last thing on his mind,” says Nyota Uhura.  Krall responds, “I’m counting on it.” J.J. Abrams successfully rebooted the Star Trek franchise without discounting everything that had come before (via … Continue reading

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RIP Leonard Nimoy (1931-2015)

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It is with deep sadness that I woke up earlier today to find out that Leonard Nimoy (aka Mr. Spock) has died.  I was (and still am) a huge Star Trek fan, and enjoyed watching Nimoy portray the famous Vulcan on … Continue reading

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Star Trek (2009)

“Your father was captain of a starship for twelve minutes,” Captain Christopher Pike says to James T. Kirk.  “He saved over 800 lives, including your mother’s and yours.  I dare you to do better.” After the (intended?) failure of 2002’s … Continue reading

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Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (1991)

“You don’t trust me, do you?” asks Klingon Chancellor Gorkon to Captain James T. Kirk.  He continues, “I don’t blame you.  If there is to be a brave new world, our generation is going to have the hardest time living … Continue reading

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Star Trek V: The Final Frontier (1989)

“Damn it, Bones, you’re a doctor.  You know that pain and guilt can’t be taken away with a wave of a magic wand.  They’re the things we carry with us, the things that make us who we are.  If we … Continue reading