Theres Nothing in that Nebula!
Former "To The Journey" co-host Tristan Ridell joins Aaron Harvey to compare and contrast Star Trek The Animated Series episode "The Time Trap" to Star Trek Voyager's "The Void".
Both stories have their respective ships getting caught in a starless void with no seeming way out, but even the animated series wasn't the first the crew of the Enterprise faced a similar predicament nor was it for the Voyager crew.
Join Aaron and Tristan as they talk comics, video games, TAS, Voyager and Lt. President Obama!
"Time Trap" and "The Void" synopsis (00:02:20 )
Air Date, Writer & Voices (00:03:47)
Dayton Ward tie-in book (00:10:29)
GoldKey "Museum at the end of Time" (00:11:07)
Star Trek Voyager Elite Force (00:14:19)
The Bonaventure (00:19:12)
"Time Trap" and "The Void" comparison (00:22:07)
Lt. Obama (00:32:48)
Trek Canon (00:34:23)
Aaron Harvey (Editor and Producer) C Bryan Jones (Executive Producer) Charlynn Schmiedt (Executive Producer) Matthew Rushing (Executive Producer) Ken Tripp (Executive Producer) Norman C. Lao (Associate Producer) Eric Extreme (Associate Producer) Mike Bovia (Associate Producer) Joo Kim (Associate Producer) Richard Marquez (Production Manager)
Review of The Ambergris Element
Review of The Ambergris Element
Interview with Filmation artist Bob Kline, part II
Interview with Filmation artist Bob Kline
This episode of “Saturday Morning Trek” is ostensibly a review of the recently released stand alone :Star Trek The Animated Series" blu-ray, but when friend of the network, Dayton Ward and host Aaron Harvey get talking it's a winding conversation through the history of TAS!
Former "To The Journey" co-host Tristan Ridell joins Aaron Harvey to compare and contrast Star Trek The Animated Series episode "The Time Trap" to Star Trek Voyager's "The Void" and talk about some of the other incarnations of this story.
Neil S. Bulk and Mike Matessino from La-La Land Records have done what many thought was impossible, they have brought us the soundtrack to Star Trek The Animated series.
Can the crews of three different Trek.fm shows pull together and create an animated series sequel to the "Alternative Factor" AND "The Counter-Clock Incident" that's more compelling than the originals and uses all the rules of all the different universes but still manages make sense? Join us for the first episode of our fictional third season of Star Trek The Animated Series!
If you thought Deep Space Nine was the first time a Starfleet crew shrunk down to the size of action figures, think again! Was the trope of thematic cure-all of the transporter a Next Generation invention? Not exactly! And if you thought Enterprise was the first time we saw colonist from the Terra project, we'd shout "Shale!" Join Aaron Harvey and special returning co-host Darren Moser as they grab their xenylon based uniforms and review "The Terratin Incident."
Mudd's Passion. Roger C. Carmel is back as Harry Mudd , this time swindling miners with a love potion. Yay?! Yeah, not so much. The Harry Mudd character had been pretty well mined, pun fully intended, and in the 21st century is somewhat problematic. So, what do we do when an episode may not be our favorite? Why, we dive deeper!