SFX Hot Topic: Your thoughts wanted on the future of Star Trek

Patrick Stewart as Jean-Luc Picard and Isa Briones as Dahj in Star Trek: Picard.
(Image credit: CBS)

It’s an exciting time to be a Star Trek fan, and we'd love to know what you're making of it for the letters pages of SFX. 

Jean-Luc Picard will be back on our screens soon, and the first trailer revealed that Star Trek: Picard will mark the return of Seven of Nine, Data and Borg character Hugh. Are you excited to see them back, or wearily sighing? What do you think new character Dahj’s deal is? What are you hoping for from the series?

Quentin Tarantino’s also been talking about his plans for a possible Star Trek film, saying it’d be Pulp Fiction-y and R-rated (a script’s been written by The Revenant’s Mark Smith). Would Tarantino wreck big-screen Trek, or revitalise it?

Plus Pike, Spock and Number One will be back in three Short Treks. Would you like to see them get their own spin-off show? We also now know that the specialty of the ship in animated series Lower Decks will be Second Contact (“finding all the good places to eat, setting up the communications stuff…”). Potentially amusing? There’s so much to talk about!

This is your chance to have your thoughts immortalised in print! Email us at sfx@futurenet.com. Alternatively, post a comment below, or tweet at @SFXmagazine using the hashtag #SFXhottopic. The best contributions will be showcased in the pages of SFX issue 318 (on sale September 11).  

And don't forget, there are plenty of other subjects up for discussion. Did The Boys have you spitting out your tea? Are you excited by the Marvel Phase 4 line-up? What are you hoping for from Joker? And if you've read our latest issue, have you got any comments? Whatever it is you need to get off your chest, we'd love to hear from you.

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