Is it possible to write a Star Trek novel. - The Trek BBS.
Writing For Star Trek Part III: The Star Trek Book By Joseph D. Di Lella Posted at October 31, 2002 - 12:52 AM GMT. In Part One, we learned about the lives of several famous Star Trek writers.
The mistake made with the TNG remaster was focusing on the sales of the physical media while the world was pivoting towards streaming, so I'd ask you to consider the value (for Star Trek fans and more casual watchers) of remastering these shows that drew millions even on smaller networks like UPN back in their day and releasing them episode by episode in the coming content drought to retain.
A Week in the Nexus: In Star Trek Generations, Guinan compares entering The Nexus to the feeling of “being inside joy.” Captain Picard’s trip into the energy force shows him the family he never had, while Captain Kirk prepares to propose to a love deferred for Starfleet, Antonia, over a home-cooked meal.
A guide to Star Trek comics and graphic novels published in the United States and elsewhere with brief plot summaries and cover images (or more than you ever needed to know about Star Trek comics). This site is maintained by Mark Martinez, whose obsession with Star Trek comics has gotten way out of hand.
Many of us enjoy Star Trek novels. They have expanded upon what takes place on screen. Star Trek novels publication has been consistent with over 600 books. The following list is the most recent release of each series: The Original Series had its last release in December 2016 with The Face of the Unknown.
A possible explanation for this is put forward in the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Technical Manual, where such site-to-site transports would probably use twice as much energy as would be required for transport to or from the transporter room itself, since the subject would have to be beamed to the transporter, stored, then shunted to their destination.
Cover for first Star Trek: Discovery novel The book is a prequel set a year before Discovery, and one year after the Enterprise visits Talos IV in “The Cage.” Here is the official synopsis.