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The Leftscape Podcast: ‘Analysis: Poetry of Justice (Episode 61)’

Activist poet Analysis reads from his latest work and discusses revolutionary Christianity on this episode of the Leftscape. Also, is it ever a bad time to talk about ‘Star Trek?’

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Trailer Time – Star Trek Beyond

Star Trek is in the air of late. With all the talk of the new streaming Trek anthology TV series for CBS All Access, folks might have forgotten that there’s … Continue reading Trailer Time – Star Trek Beyond

The Man in the Meme: To Be Takei

Oh my. There’s so much to George Takei. Part of the original, legendary Star Trek crew, beloved as helmsman Lieutenant Sulu of the starship Enterprise. Countless TV appearances, on everything from Perry Mason to Heroes. … Continue reading The Man in the Meme: To Be Takei

Star Trek: Harlan Ellison’s City On The Edge Of Forever #1 On The Wednesday Run

Trekkies rejoice! Back in the spring of 1967, at the tail end of the first season of Star Trek, NBC broadcast what would widely considered to be one of, if … Continue reading Star Trek: Harlan Ellison’s City On The Edge Of Forever #1 On The Wednesday Run

Madefire – The Future of Motion Comics

Technology moves so quickly these days, so quickly that sometimes we can’t even keep up with it. Madefire is technology so new it doesn’t even have a Wikipedia page yet! … Continue reading Madefire – The Future of Motion Comics

Looking Back At Star Trek (2009)

Star Trek (2009) is not your father’s Star Trek, but dammit, Jim, it’s a hell of a lot of fun. It’s not as cerebral or as tactical as old school … Continue reading Looking Back At Star Trek (2009)

Star Trek: The Visual Dictionary Is Great For A Growing Trekkie (or Trekker)

How do you make sense of more than 45 years of interstellar history, hundreds of alien races, spaceships, and crew members across various fleets of star crafts? Visually, my friend, … Continue reading Star Trek: The Visual Dictionary Is Great For A Growing Trekkie (or Trekker)