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Celebrating Khan Cinematographer Jay Gayne Rescher

With a limited budget of $11 million dollars - in contrast with Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back m...ade two years earlier for $18 million dollars - Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan still managed to bec...

A Picture is Worth a Dozen Names

The single most-important resource in our research into the remarkable artists and technicians who m...ade Star Trek: The W...

Remembering "The Best of Trek" Fanzine

Before the Internet and social media, and even before Dan Madsen’s historic and important Star Trek ...Communicator magazin...
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Celebrating the Work of Khan Production Designer Joseph Jennings

Perhaps it was because Star Trek: The Original Series lasted only 79 episodes, or perhaps it was bec...ause of the larger-t...

The Secrets of Insurrection

It was 20 years ago that story development and preproduction began on what would eventually become S...tar Trek: Insurrecti...

Trelane's Jacket: From Trek to Gilligan's Island to The Monkees

Television viewers watching their favorite shows during January and February 1967 might have had a s...ense of triple déjà vu. Popular sitcoms Gilligan’s Island and The Monkees, along with Star Trek, the...

Roddenberry's Interaction with Fans Via... Letters

Because of social media, fans waiting in anticipation of the newest Star Trek movie or show are able... to interact with the directors, writers, producers and actors instantaneously and often. Back in 19...
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The Voyage Home: 30 Facts for 30 Years

Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home marks its 30th anniversary on November 26th. To celebrate, we are shar...ing 30 favorite fact...

The History of Star Trek Collectible Cups

Star Trek fans who saw Star Trek Beyond in theaters this summer were able to beam up -- and take hom...e -- a large souveni...

The Evolution of "The Devil in the Dark"

When “The Devil in the Dark” premiered on March 9, 1967, it demonstrated why Star Trek was different... from most other sci...