Boldly going where no fan blog has gone before.

Imagine curating the thoughts and comments of hundreds of Star Trek fans – you’re bound to get a divergent opinion or two, right? Feel free to chime in with your own take on Trek.

We’d love to hear it.

UFP Economics … what kind of system is this, anyway?

So, what kind of economy exists in the 24th Century? Blogger Willow Yang takes a closer look at Star Trek’s depiction of an advanced economy and arrives at some interesting conclusions.

Lessons learned from “The Galileo Seven”

Lessons learned from “The Galileo Seven”

Character development, self-contained stories in an episodic format, and real science – these are some of the things that made ST:TOS stand out from its decedents.

Imagination Connoisseur, Christopher McCullough, explains how all of these factors are exemplified in the episode “Galileo Seven.”

Justice for Tuvix

Justice for Tuvix

Willow has a bone to pick with Captain Janeway and her ethical (or not) decision-making when it comes to the merged persona known as Tuvix. One more test to see if humanity’s best can see beyond their historical prejudices.

Spoiler alert: we can’t.

Five fine fan films – celebrating a Star Trek tradition

Five fine fan films – celebrating a Star Trek tradition

Fan films are much more commonplace today than they were a generation ago – but for fans of Star Trek, fan films were the ONLY option they had for getting new stories about their favorite characters after the original series ended in 1968.

Come celebrate this uniquely Star Trek tradition with a look at five, highly entertaining (and amazing) fan productions.

What’s missing from nu-Trek?

What’s missing from nu-Trek?

Imagination Connoisseur, Mike F., takes a look at the careers of Star Trek’s current brand stewards in an attempt to identify the cause of fan dissatisfaction over the path “nu-Trek” has taken with its storytelling. Wait until you see what he found …

The dirty dilemma of hopeless hate-watching

The dirty dilemma of hopeless hate-watching

What happens if after watching Star Trek, you don’t have any hope for the future? Imagination Connoisseur Dean Micetich explains what hate-watching Discovery, Picard and Lower Decks has done to his love of the franchise and why there may no longer be any hope for Star Trek’s future.

Star Trek has a future and it includes Discovery

Star Trek has a future and it includes Discovery

Imagination Connoisseur, Ken McDowell, remembers how, as a child of the 80s, ST:TNG was “his” Star Trek while the original series was his father’s. He suggests that it’s likely today’s generation will feel much the same about ST:Discovery – and that’s good for the franchise.