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Star Trek's Most Emotional Moments

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Star Trek has been many things since it debuted almost 50 years ago. It's been good, it's been bad, it's been funny and it's been dramatic. Until JJ Abrams' reboot, it's never really been all too exciting and action packed, but Star Trek 2009 gave us that too. One thing Star Trek has managed to be, every so often, was emotionally charged. What follows, in no particular order, are what I consider to be some of Trek's most emotional moments.

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Disquieting News about Khan and the Upcoming Star Trek Sequel

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With the recent announcement that Benicio del Toro was in negotiations to appear in the sequel to JJ Abrams Star Trek reboot (which has been pushed back from 2012 to 2013), negotiations which broke down when Benicio and the producers couldn't come to an agreement on salary, the internet has been all abuzz about Khan Noonien Singh being the villain of said sequel. If this turns out to be true, I will be highly disappointed.

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COMIC BOOK REVIEW: Star Trek "Where No Man Has Gone Before" (IDW, Ongoing, Issues 1&2)

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Welcome to our first review of the new ongoing Star Trek comic book from IDW Publishing, a company that specializes in TV and movie tie-in comics such as GI Joe, Transformers and Ghostbusters, to name just a few of their genre titles. The series is set in the Abrams-verse of the 2009 movie and new timeline. The series is planned to reimagine TOS episodes for the new continuity as well as present new stories set in that timeline. Appropriately enough, the first story arc is an adaptation of the second pilot, or the first episode of the series that actually went to air, "Where No Man Has Gone Before".

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COMIC REVIEW: “Star Trek: The Wristwatch Plantation” by Larry Niven (1982)

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I’m a huge fan of Larry Niven. Star Trek? Not so much. I don’t hate it, I just don’t care about it, in much the same way that I neither hate nor care about The Wonder Pets. It just sort of *is* and it’s clearly not meant for me, so I just kind of ignore it.

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FAN FILM FRIDAY: Roundup: Fan Trailers

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Trailers are a popular format for fan films. They allow a fan to show the broad strokes of an idea in a short and accessable form, without the hassle of creating a full version. Recuts, which are made primarily from existing footage, allow all this to be done by one (very dedicated) fan entirely on his or her computer. Join me after the jump for three impressive examples of this genre.

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