Celebrating Khan and Ricardo Montalbán, Imagining Abrams Star Trek on TV, Mounted Memories Commemorates 25 Years of The Next Generation, Mylex and HIKE Animation’s “Attack of the Klingons”
Celebrate 45 Years of Khan with Three Special Events in March
Few characters have endured in the hearts of Star Trek fans like Khan Noonien Singh. And as we enter the 30th anniversary year of The Wrath of Khan, John Tenuto and Maria José Tenuto, sociology professors at the College of Lake County in Grayslake, Illinois, are celebrating the occasion—along with the 45th anniversary of the first appearance of Khan in “Space Seed”—with three special events this March.
Abramsverse TV Series Opening Credits Sequence
Following the 2009 reboot of Star Trek by J.J. Abrams many fans have speculated on what an Abramsverse TV series might look like. It’s a farfetched concept to be fair, but it’s still fun to think about. As a taste of what could be, Tobbii Karlsson, known as SirTobbii on YouTube, has recut portions of the opening and closing of Star Trek 2009 to create an impressive credits sequence for the series based on the alternate timeline. As Simon Pegg’s Scotty would “It’s exciting!”
Mounted Memories Celebrates 25 Years of TNG
To commemorate the 25th anniversary of Star Trek: The Next Generation, Mounted Memories has unveiled a series of plaques and mounted photos that offer a beautiful way to celebrate the show that changed science fiction television forever. The lineup includes a range of matted cast and ship portraits, plaques, and a special limited edition framed presentation.
Mylex Presents Star Trek: Attack of the Klingons!
Mylex and Hike Animation have become a favorite of ours with their beautiful CGI recreations of some of Star Trek’s most famous moments. Now Mylex has put together a fan video that combines footage from several different Original Series films with original CGI. The result is “Star Trek: Attack of the Klingons,” a 12-minute presentation that creates a story that seems both new and familiar at the same time.