Byron Preiss was a writer, compiler, editor and publisher of science fiction, fantasy, horror, and graphic novels. As a fan of those genres, as well as comics and pulp fiction, among other things, he tried to innovate ways to present and publish similar materials for a wider reading public – something he did throughout his life.
It’s an interesting question: What episodes of Star Trek: The Original Series are explicitly in continuity because they were referenced in the Trek movies? Could you state that, say, “A Taste Of Armageddon” definitely happened to our heroes because it was referenced in one of the films? Could you find references to the entire television series if you looked hard enough?
It seemed like an interesting challenge. And since I was going through a bout of insomnia when I first read the question, I decided to find out.
Travis takes a look at The Imago Sequence and Other Stories by Laird Barron, who writes weird fiction in the vein of Lovecraft.
A lot of old-school Trek fans seem to really, really hate Star Trek Discovery. As it happens, I’m an old-school Trek fan myself and I like it better than any of the new Trek shows in the last twenty-some years. Here’s why.
Two shows, two premieres: THE ORVILLE and STAR TREK: DISCOVERY. So which one is the better STAR TREK?
One’s a cop, one’s an android. They fight crime. A lot.
… come see a show. Outdoor Trek is doing DAY OF THE DOVE this year, it’s FREE, and Julie and I will be there!