Star Trek: Insurrection, A Fan’s Film Review

At the time of its release, Insurrection seemed like the perfect antidote for the level of darkness that was permeating the franchise. Between the stopping of the Borg invasion in First Contact and the Dominion War arc on Deep Space Nine [..]

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Where no (wo)man will go again?

It’s fitting. Women were the driving force behind the petitions to keep Star Trek on the air. Many of the most prominent fans were women, running a myriad [..]

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Star Trek: First Contact, A Fan’s Film Review

The beautiful thing about the end of an era is that a new beginning succeeds it. Not long after the death of Captain James T. Kirk on the big screen, I decided to follow my now-retired dad to Ft. Myers, Florida. In doing so, I was saying goodbye to the town in which I had graduated high school [..]

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Star Trek: Generations, A Fan’s Film Review

For me, Generations wound up being the feel-good film of 1994. While not generally regarded as a great Star Trek film, it was the right story for that point in my life and provided some welcome relief [..]

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Become a Guest Author

Are you keen on dropping a Guest Author Blog over to us? Then sign up HERE, the greatest thing about Treksphere is even though the site covers all aspects of official Star Trek, Trek Fan Productions and more [..]

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Star Trek Voyager Elite Force Unreal 4 Project

The opening dialogue to Activision and Raven Software’s Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force video game. A game that received critical acclaim when it was initially released in 2000 on PC. The game later went to receive both an expansion pack, PlayStation 2 export, and a sequel in 2003. 17 years later, the game stands as the most successful Star Trek games created. [..]

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But Is It Really Star Trek? A Fan’s View On The New Trailer

I’ve been a Star Trek fan for most of my life. Although, when I was very young, my first experiences of TOS were from behind the safety of a throw pillow [..]

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Spocks Siblings – The Sons And Daughters Of Sarek – By Jason Kovalik

This past weekend was San Diego Comic-Con, and for the uninitiated, it’s sort of like the nerd version of the draft. While actors and talent aren’t chosen based [..]

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The Star Trek World Tour – By Sandra Wuerthner

The Star Trek World Tour was planned as the name says a travelling Exhibition. It Started in “Düsseldorf” in Germany, [..]

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Star Trek: Discovery, boldly go where no Star Trek series has gone before – By Raymond James H Dale.

Ever since Star Trek first aired on television sets back in 1966 with the Original Series, we have been exposed to diversity. Lieutenant Nyota Uhura portrayed by Nichelle Nichols was a large progressive step for man and a giant leap for humankind [..]

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