Most Trekkies worth their weight in Tribbles can name off the important Stardates that define “Star Trek” history.
Take September 8, 1966: the first time “Star Trek” ever aired on … Read More
“The Wrath of Khan” saved the day. “The Voyage Home” proved consistently hilarious, even to non-Trekkies. The 2009 “Star Trek” reboot showed the saga could continue with young blood.
And … Read More
The pair spearheaded the campaign to save the original “Star Trek” in the late 1960s. While their grassroots efforts only delayed the inevitable cancellation, the show ran for three seasons … Read More
“Star Trek: The Motion Picture” had precious little of that. So it’s understandable audiences greeted “Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan” with trepidation.
Today, 1982’s “Wrath of … Read More
Unlike those fans, Koenig had a vested interest in preserving the vision for the original series. But as soon as “Star Trek’s” original Chekov sat down to watch the film, his fears … Read More
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