Every once in a while, you stumble across fan production that exceeds your expectations, and sometimes the go above and beyond anything you can imagine. Now imagine that it comes in the form of a stop-motion production. It’s fitting that this production which took eight years to complete would come out during the recent launch of Agents of Yesterday. Without blowing the plotline, this exceedingly … Continue reading Awesome Geek Moment: Stop Motion Enterprise II: Beginning of the End
This morning Star Trek (CBS/Paramount) released an official set of guidelines outlining the do’s and don’ts of what constitutes fan film productions. Largely produced to counter what the owners of the IP likely see as profiteering by Axanar Productions, the list of guidelines counters Axanar’s efforts on every front while effectively ending hour-long episodic formats used by other fan film producers. Does this mean an … Continue reading Star Trek Official Fan Film Rules Released, thanks Axanar!
The following is an opinion piece, and it’s not about Star Trek Online. With multiple fan productions trying to provide us with new classic trek in a manner tolerated by CBS, multiple licensed video games, a new television series looking better by the day for 2017, and another alternate-universe movie due on the big screen – Star Trek is still a force in 2016. Has any of … Continue reading Whos Star Trek is it Anyways? Axanar and the ‘Starship Bridge Too Far’