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Marten van Wier
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Posted: 18 March 2017 at 4:07pm | IP Logged | 1 post reply

Since I'd tossed my various TREK models when it seemed only the Jar Jar Abrams version would be allowed going forward

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Oh were none of the other Star Trek series outside Ongoing allowed to do "future" scenes for some time?


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Posted: 22 March 2017 at 5:59am | IP Logged | 2 post reply

April Previews / June Release

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Scary! I am actually just wrapping up that issue, which puts me the closest to being "on schedule" (instead of way ahead) I've been on this series.

As with the "Traveller" issue, a minor change happened after assembling this cover, so the alien at upper right actually looks different in the finished book.

This issue also has a couple of backup stories, one with 5 pages, and one with 1. In the short one, I finally sirrendered to temptation and gave Sulu an "Oh, my!" line.

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Posted: 22 March 2017 at 8:07am | IP Logged | 4 post reply

Aw JB, how could you do that to The Enterprise?!
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John Byrne
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Aw JB, how could you do that to The Enterprise?!

This story sets up the "refit" of the first movie.


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Excellent cover - looking forward to this one!

And I really dig the model for McCoy's ship - those Frontier Doctor issues are tops in my book! 


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That looks fun!

Finnegan!!!
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The issue I start on next is going to involve a scene with a mechanical servant -- think NOMAD + R2-D2 -- holding a phaser. I've realized the "easiest" way to handle this will be to have the model actually holding the weapon. If I try to find multiple shots of phasers, all in the right position, at the right angles, I could go mad!!

I suspect this will be something of a challenge, but when done it will a handy "prop".

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A D'OH! moment! I have three or four practical models of the TOS phaser. I can "pose" and photograph one of those for my robot to hold!
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D'OH! moment! I have three or four practical models of the TOS phaser. I can "pose" and photograph one of those for my robot to hold!
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...because, as I well know, you can't stop with just one!
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Marten van Wier
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Posted: 23 March 2017 at 9:17am | IP Logged | 11 post reply

Hello Mr Byrne,

A long time ago in an IDW announcement it was mentioned that you also had plans for a captain April series and a sequel to the Assignment Earth mini-series.
Will you still one day work on those?
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A long time ago in an IDW announcement it was mentioned that you also had plans for a captain April series and a sequel to the Assignment Earth mini-series.

Will you still one day work on those?

Not sure where you got the April info, but that's not in the pipeline, and hasn't been at any point.

Nor are then plans for an ASSIGNMENT: EARTH sequel series -- unless you count occasional appearances by Gary Seven in STNV.

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Not sure where you got the April info, but that's not in the pipeline, and hasn't been at any point.

Nor are then plans for an ASSIGNMENT: EARTH sequel series -- unless you count occasional appearances by Gary Seven in STNV.

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Well I got it from a Star Trek wiki (memory Beta) but I guess the writer must have been misinformed.
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You got incorrect information from a website with "wiki" in the title? I'm shocked! SHOCKED!!!!


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Posted: 23 March 2017 at 3:06pm | IP Logged | 15 post reply

I don't want to go further of subject but in general this has been a reliable site for information about released Star Trek media spin off material.
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I have a Strata model of a phaser - if you want it, its yours


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Love Janice's new look.  The more Rand we get the better I say!
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