According to Mania.com, F.J. DeSanto has worked along side Michael Uslan to bring films like 'The Dark Knight', 'Constantine', 'Turok: Son of Stone' and 'The Spirit' to the big screen. Now he's putting his energy into writing new installments of the 'The Spirit' for D.C. and 'Star Trek: The Next Generation' Manga for Tokyo Pop.
IDW publisher of Star Trek: Countdown and many other Star Trek Comics is now the third largest comics publisher according to Diamond Comics Distributors.
According to Screeninglog.com, there will be no need to wait for the midnight showing of 'Star Trek'.
Wooooooo "Star Trek" fans! If you simply can't wait to see J.J. Abrams' sci-fi reboot and midnight screenings just don't work for you for whatever reason, you should know that you'll be able to catch "Star Trek" already at 7 p.m. on May 7th, 2009
Yeoman's Log Stardate 41252.7
Hi all, Yeoman Phil here. After completing my daily duties, mainly cleaning the ship's rec room and wiping down the weepy gel packs in cargo bay 19, I spent a little "me time" on the library computer. After I finished reading the um-teenth entry about the Enterprise D saving the galaxy, boorrrrrinnng!, I decided enough was enough. I needed a diversion.
New details emerge for the The Official STAR TREK Convention 2009 in Las Vegas. Over 70 stars will be in attendance with Christopher Lloyd recently added to the roster. Lloyd is most famous in Trekdom for playing Cmdr. Kruge in 'Star Trek III: The Search for Spock' and in popular culture for portraying Doc Brown in the 'Back to the Future' Trilogy. "Run for it Marty..."
As reported on Trekmovie.com, Paramount released a brand new TV spot for the J.J. Abrams film 'Star Trek'. Entitled 'Going Down', the commercial features a mainstream branding approach for the new movie.
A brand new episode of Trekcast is available for your listening pleasure.
This week the fellas continue their interview with Star Trek Novelist Dayton Ward. They also discuss the upcoming 'Star Trek' movie, 'Star Trek The Animated Series', and give us an update on the new Star Trek: The Experience. Oh, and Jerad Formby aka. Coin joins the podcast to talk about his new blog.
Since 1976 Starlog magazine has covered the Scifi universe. After 33 years and 374 issues the magazine is scheduled to cease production.
As reported on Comix 411, Starlog is moving to the internet temporarly.
Like so many other magazines, it has ceased to be and is moving to the internets, temporarily they say, though permanently is more like it. It’s a tough climate for print, though I hear trees have never been happier.