In Ancient Rome, I’d bet toga-clad citizen nerds played Fantasy Gladiator games, keeping score by scroll, drafting their favorite fighters from anywhere in the Empire and arranging imaginary arena matchups between gods and men: I. We should talk this over,..’ And, of course, Kirk would [just] kill him." ______David Mc Donnell, "the maitre’d of the science fiction universe," has dished up coverage of pop culture for more than three decades.
"Kirk’s first thought is to break out the phasers," I declared to millions of readers there in TV Guide. " I didn’t hesitate, blurting out that there would be absolutely no contest in such a climactic confrontation on the final frontier.
“At Lucasfilm, we believe the highest goal of each film is to delight, carrying forward the spirit of the saga that George Lucas began forty years ago,” said Kathleen Kennedy, president of Lucasfilm.
PICARD Experts and fans debate who’s best." Inside this features, one long article and five sidebars of varying sizes. Picard" is the headline of the main sidebar (technically, now the cover story), written by Rick Marin.
Winston was also a co-writer of the classic 1975 text Star Trek Lives!
where she wrote about her visit to the Star Trek set during the filming of the episode "Turnabout Intruder." Winston also wrote fan fiction and edited a fanzine, Number One, all about William Riker from Star Trek: The Next Generation.
Joan Winston’s contributions to Star Trek fandom are legendary.
She was one of the organizers (aka "|The Committee") of the original Star Trek conventions during the 1970s, the story of which is chronicled in her 1977 book The Making of the Trek Conventions.Spider-Man may be a friendly neighborhood hero, but fans started thinking the Queens native may also have some slick moves earlier today.