Imagination Connoisseur, Vermillion Problems, makes the case that the post-scarcity, utopian society depicted in classic Star Trek is not only aspirational … it’s entirely possible.
Imagination Connoisseur, John Ciccarelli, points out that Star Trek isn’t the first sci-fi series to get re-booted into dystopia. Ron Moore did a similar thing with BATTLESTAR GALACTICA and John wasn’t too pleased about it.
Imagination Connoisseur, Dean Micetich, bemoans the loss of the strong, moral and optimistic backbone that made classic Star Trek what it was. Unique. But today’s Trek seems to be lacking that core and has become hard to recognize.
Imagination Connoisseur and frequent blogger, Willow Yang, shares her opinion about the first episode of STAR TREK: VOYAGER, Caretaker, where the audience is introduced to Captain Janeway, a holographic doctor, rebel Maquis and the rest of Voyager’s crew. But is there enough room in the episode for a good story?
Imagination Connoisseur, Bob Kowal, has become a big fan of Ben Sisko (STAR TREK: DEEP SPACE 9) because of the character’s dedication to both duty and family – a unique aspect not seen in other Star Trek commanders or captains.
Willow Talk: Worf gets his house in order – and the rest of us wonder how the hell the Klingons every got anything done.
Imagination Connoisseur and featured blogger, Willow Yang, gives us a truly objective look at Klingon intrigue, yet another death for Tasha Yar and the improbable dichotomy that is Klingon society in STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION.