The latest SFX Special Edition is now on sale (available until September).
The A-Z Of Star Trek comes with three official free gifts: a Starfleet insignia badge, an A2 Into Darkness poster, and a print based on the classic 1967 episode "Mirror, Mirror".
- JJ Abrams and his collaborators talking about the new film.
- A rundown of Star Trek ’s 50 Best Moments, as voted for by over 1000 fans.
- An in-depth look back at each of the first eleven movies.
- Overviews of all six TV series (including the Animated Series!).
- New interviews with: René Auberjonois (Odo), Brannon Braga (writer/producer), Bobby Clark (the Gorn!), Benedict Cumberbatch (John Harrison), John De Lancie (Q), Michael Dorn (Worf), Alice Eve (Carol Marcus), David Gerrold (original series writer), Ronald D Moore (writer/producer), Simon Pegg (Scotty), Robert Picardo (the holographic Doctor), Jeri Ryan (Seven Of Nine), Marina Sirtis (Deanna Troi), Brent Spiner (Data), Connor Trinneer (Trip Tucker) and Nana Visitor (Kira Nerys).
- A guide to the best tie-in novels, written by fantasy author Tom Holt.
- A look at the sometimes wildly unfaithful ‘60s comics.
- Unmade adventures: the Trek TV series and movies that never made it to the screen.
- A history of the Mego toy range of the ‘70s.
- A pattern for knitting your own Vulcan hat!
- A fiendishly tricky “find the episode titles” picture puzzle!
- The records: from the singing careers of William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy to the disco versions of the theme tune and the musical homages.
- Redshirts: an infographic containing all the essential stats about the Enterprise’s disposable heroes.
- A discussion of Trek 's depiction of homosexuality, featuring interviews with TV writers/producers Jane Espenson and Bryan Fuller.
Plus: a vintage interview with William Shatner, the movie spoofs, classic zingers, celebrity cameos, the slash fiction phenomenon, before-they-were-famous appearances, and more!
A note on repurposing: a four-page interview with William Shatner and a review of Galaxy Quest are taken from the SFX archives. All the other content is brand new.
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Update (6 June): Sorry, our supplies of print copies have now sold out!
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