cyphrx

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  • Birthday 01/01/1978

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    Star Trek, comic books, movie making, music, water, uh...the cooking network....um....ping pong?

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  1. happy birthday! :D

  2. Big fan of mirror mirror, but Darkly takes the cake for me because it's a prequel (Mirror Mirror) as well as a sequel (Tholian Web) and it has a snazy looking opening theme with great visuals. The only thing I have to say after that is ALL HAIL EMPRESS SATO!
  3. I've got the first two seasons of the Original Trek, Season 5-7 Ds9, the Picard collection and the first seven movies on special collections dvd. I have vhs copies of the movies, but they're sitting in a basement some where.
  4. Well can hear it coming. It's that big void of no trek that's coming along. I lived through one before. First they promise another show, then they promise a movie. It'll probably be years until we hear from it again. But don't worry, we've got a plethora of other science fiction to choose from. First there's...well I'm sure something will come along.
  5. I picked this up not too long ago. I'm almost half way through. It's entertaining, but the continuity mistakes are some what glaring. Namely, the fact that in the first issue they decide to obliterate an entire planets surface. In another issue they go to the planet Numero Uno and meet two aliens named Justin 1 and Justin 2. Also the universal intergalatic language seems to be esperanto. Which Shatner could actually speak because he was in the movie Succubus (and all esperanto dialogue film.) A couple of them seem to work and could match as filler for the TV show, but most of them I think were made during the shows productions and they just didn't have enough on the characters or just didn't have access to the TV bible. Although, it shouldn't account for why the bridge kept on changing configurations. :blink:
  6. He'll always be remembered. His music spoke volumes. His Trek works brought starships to life.
  7. Checked out the trailer, thought it was great. I was blown away with the Doomsday Machine roaring as it traveled through space with War playing in the background. I'm looking forward to this episode in August.
  8. I found this site that made a couple of these original TAS comic books. One of them even has the Exeter crew. I read a real good one that dealt with Koloth's wife, mara, turning into a Gary Mitchell God monster. Really authentic looking stuff. If you're interested check out the link. http://www.startrekanimated.com/tas_main.html
  9. I don't want to sell B5 short because I thought it was a well played out show. It was some of the few shows that had an intended ending when it started. But as remarkable that may be, I still think Ds9 had better battles and more exciting stories.
  10. I'm a big fan of the Excelsior, but if the Constitution is on that list, I go witht he first workhorse of the federation.
  11. What sort of camera are you using to film these episodes? Is it relatively easy to do low depth of field focusing? Also do you use industry standard lighting? Is most of this equipment rented? I'm a film student, so naturally I'm very curious.
  12. Sato, because I'm in love with her.
  13. Tell a primitive planet I'm God, they'd probably laugh and walk away though. If you were Captain what would you do... Go back and forth in time just to get on the 30th century starfleet's nerves, or take a dip in the founders home planet.
  14. Hoshi all the way. I'm a sucker for linguist!
  15. I would add T-bone...aka George Costanza :)