Thousands of fans turned out for Montreal Comic-Con July 8-10, many to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Star Trek. Overall, the mood was positive, forward-looking, and particularly supportive of diversity in the franchise. But then William Shatner opened his mouth, and took us all back in time (not in a fun Voyage Home way) with a string of sexist jokes.Read More
If you daaaaaaaaaare
Who doesn't like magical houses and demons that turn into metal keys? Well, I'm sure not a lot of you do...and come to think of it I don't know how much I would like that, either. I love horror and comics, though, which is why I'm so excited for Audible's adaptation of Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez's graphic novel Locke & Key.Read More
Yes, I know it's "just" an audio play, but I don't care. My ear-holes are going to be so goddamn happy.Read More
Men being in charge has never done me any good.
♫ June 12th, hurry up and get here soon! ♫Read More
Reading Kate Mulgrew’s forthcoming memoir, Born With Teeth, feels less like reading a book and more like connecting with a new friend.Read More
Except Jim O'Heir. Damn it, Jerry.
Ladies and gentle-beings, there is a dangerous epidemic plaguing our Internet-surfing young people. It is called "binge-watching," and in addition to potentially shaving years off your life, it also makes Chris Pratt, Alyson Hannigan, and Kate Mulgrew sad. You don't want to make them sad, do you?Read More
All you people who called her "too stupid to live" should probably apologize.
Yesterday, we ended the day on a major bummer when we learned that Kate Mulgrew, the actor best known for playing Captain Kathryn Janeway in Star Trek: Voyager, would be narrating a documentary backed by Geocentrists and Holocaust deniers. Today, she's set the record straight.Read More
Set phasers to sadness.
It's a sad day for fans of Star Trek Voyager : Captain Kathryn Janeway herself is lending her voice to a "documentary" about how the Sun revolves around the Earth and how NASA is leading a conspiracy to keep the truth away from us. Oh, boy.Read More
Things We Saw Today
To Boldly Go
To Boldly Go
All five Star Trek captains joined forces for the first time ever to bestow some cosmic wisdom on a Q+A panel at Wizard World Philadelphia Comic Con. Watch as William Shatner, Patrick Stewart, Avery Brooks, Kate Mulgrew and Scott Bakula set their phasers on stunning Trekkies with their stardom! (via Geek Nation.)Read More