Breaking down the first season of Discovery, we take a close look at the second chapter with episode reviews, find the shows highlights so far, recap season two and in a full season review, tackle the big question; is it proper Star Trek?
Spring(ish) 2018 Edition Includes:
- On Screen featuring Lost in Space, Black Panther, Star Trek 4 & More
- A Bold New Enterprise!
- Retro Reviews: The 2009 Star Trek reboot & 2001: A Space Odyssey
- Fleet Alert with the USS Tesla & Quarterly Report
- Departmental Reports including Douglas Langstaff’s Sovereign Plans & Quarter Masters Review
- Comic Book Spotlight, The latest Trek books from IDW and Sci Fi book review!
- Fan Film Spotlight
- …plus much more!
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