#281
*logging on*

oh! a new cars post! :-D

oh, it's in the star trek thread. >:-(
#282
*logging on*

oh! a new cars post! :-D

oh! it's in the star trek thread! >:-)
#283
*logging off* oh..
#284
Deep space nine is now anime. The other Star Trek shows and movies are still not anime but no one knows what the future holds, for Star Trek.
#285
Is deep space nein worth watching if you enjoyed TNG?
#286
Yes, I like Next Generation fine but Deep Space Nine is a better use of the same general setting in pretty much every way
#287
#288
Bold move to show New York City as part of slave-dependent dystopia The Dominion but I have to respect it.
#289

Populares posted:

Is deep space nein worth watching if you enjoyed TNG?



yes, it took the best elements of tng and the best characters of tng and put them into an infinitely superior show

#290
I harsh on Trek a lot and even I like DS9
#291

cars posted:

Bold move to show New York City as part of slave-dependent dystopia The Dominion but I have to respect it.


Similar setup

#292
#293

cars posted:



#294
so i've been trying to get through Star Trek: Enterprise recently

being the post 9/11 show, it was understandably ramped up with all the americana bullshit, as the title sequence and absurd theme music indicates



interestingly, they changed the title sequence for a two-part special set in the mirror universe (EARTH BAD GUYS)

the imagery drops the americana shit for Stuka dive-bombers and various Soviet aircraft, including the MiG-25/MiG-31, T-72 tanks, and Buk SAMs

#295
enterprise gets fun starting third season when they remake Voyager but about 9/11 and it’s still better than Voyager
#296
starting with season 3, the first half of the “they will cancel Star Trek forever if you don’t watch us” double header, Enterprise suddenly has editing like a TV drama of its era instead of a mannered mid-90s holdover, it’s pretty funny if you’re binging it now. Like when they go to commercial they phase out the fade to black. facts about things with your posting buddy cars
#297
That reminds me of a relative who was in the Star Trek fan club in the 60s and still has some of the newsletters, and it's fun reading them because it's Roddenberry writing a hurried plea to fans to harangue the studio bosses before they shitcanned his ass along with mail-order lists of episode scripts. Not a lot of merch except for that and an IDIC badge stamped out of sheet metal.