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Star Trek Fandom: Trekkies, Star Trek Spin-Off Fiction, Cultural Influence of Star Trek, Memory Alpha, Treknation, Star Trek Simulation Books LLC

Star Trek Fandom: Trekkies, Star Trek Spin-Off Fiction, Cultural Influence of Star Trek, Memory Alpha, Treknation, Star Trek Simulation

Books LLC

Published August 16th 2011
ISBN : 9781156617724
Paperback
28 pages
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 27. Chapters: Trekkies, Star Trek spin-off fiction, Cultural influence of Star Trek, Memory Alpha, TrekNation, StarMorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 27. Chapters: Trekkies, Star Trek spin-off fiction, Cultural influence of Star Trek, Memory Alpha, TrekNation, Star Trek Simulation Forum, Star Trek Concordance, Kirk/Spock, Starfleet International Conference, Free Enterprise, Comparison of Star Trek and Star Wars, The Trek Life, Warp 11, Vulcan changeup, FedCon, Stone Trek, Treknobabble, Star Trek: Beyond the Final Frontier, TrekMovie.com, Joan Winston, Trekkies 2, Starfleet Command, Official Star Trek Fan Club, Trek Nation. Excerpt: The Star Trek franchise has produced a large number of novels, comic books, video games, and other materials, which are generally considered non-canon. From 1973-1974, NBC aired 22 half-hour episodes of animated adventures of the Enterprise crew. In addition to reuniting the regular cast of the original series (with the exception of Walter Koenig), it also featured the reappearance of popular guest characters, including Harry Mudd and Cyrano Jones. It has been suggested by fans that these stories took place during the fourth and fifth year of Kirks original five-year mission. In later years, at the request of creator Gene Roddenberry, this series was deemed not to be officially recognized as canon by Paramount. Despite this, some elements which originated in the animated series have been used in subsequent stories, most notably the details of Spocks childhood and Vulcan culture revealed in the episode Yesteryear, which were alluded to in the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode Unification, in the Star Trek: The Original Series remastered episode Amok Time, and in Star Trek: Enterprise. Also, characters such as Arex and MRess have appeared regularly in Star Trek comics and novels. Star Trek spin-off fiction frequently fills in gaps within the televised show, often making use of backstage information or popular fan belief. Although off...