I don’t know what it is about coolant leaks and warp core breaches but Geordi has just got to roll himself out of Engineering instead of simply ducking under the slowly descending blast doors.
I don’t think I could have just drawn the destruction of the Enterprise without visiting the spectacular end of the Enterprise D. They certainly went out with a bang with an amazing destruction sequence. It’s interesting as well because when they reset everything with the Nexus you could be forgiven if you assumed they’d somehow […]
For all the film’s flaws, I do love the end of Star Trek Generations and I think it was nice to have a quiet moment between Riker and Picard. Something that is missing from the later instalments. Although I think my Mother has ruined this scene for me as she once commented that the chair […]
This was suggested over on Twitter (see I do occasionally follow through on a suggestion!!!) @leesargent Hi Lee. Got a suggestion for if you haven’t covered it before. The two captains together in the nexus in Generations. Either cooking breakfast together and/or talking together on horseback. — Geoffrey McCarthy (@Geoffers1978) June 12, 2018 I always […]
I couldn’t resist. It feels like this was an elaborate set upjust to get to this punchline but I assure it wasn’t. As I was trying to decide who would represent Discovery I was thinking about other Captains and I kind of said it out loud too bad the coffee isn’t here until Tuesday… So […]
Captain Harriman has got to have had the absolutely worst day and that includes the time Chekov go a ceti eel in his ear. Imagine taking your new ship out for the first time and not only failing to rescue a number of people aboard two ships but alos losing the most famous of Starfleet […]
I think it wasn’t until seeing her in full flight in Star Trek Generations that I finally got the appeal of the Galaxy class Enterprise, of course that was ironic as this was also the film in which she met her demise in spectacular fashion. I had the promotional VHS guide to Generations and it […]
Well this one certainly tested my patience for small details, this is a very detailed ship and I was only vaguely aware of the differences between it and the standard Excelsior so that was interesting. It is a lot more streamlined than I got the impression from the film, which is just how it was […]