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[Retro Review] The Way of the Warrior (DS9 Season 4)

Whenever you ask a DS9 fan where to start, the answer is rarely from the beginning. The first seasons of the show were good, sometimes great. The foundations were laid for a darker show than the flagship adventures of the Enterprise We had Federation turncoats in the Maquis; an uneasy peace between Bajor and their former oppressors in Cardassia; there was politics and religion crossing over on all...[Read More]

[Retro Review] Best of Both Worlds

The word 'Legacy' has been storming every corner of fan circles since the closing episode of Star Trek Picard which saw the former captains story with the Borg come full circle in more ways than one. While showrunner Terry Matalas has said there's nothing confirmed with Paramount to his grand plan to continue the stage set by the finale, we're digging into the Comms archive to look back at one of ...[Read More]

Quartermasters Stores Review: Hero Within Field Jacket

These days Star Trek can, and is, a collection of tales with multiple settings. From secretive science experiments, to unimportant Starships. In the 1990's Star Trek was seen as only one thing: A crew exploring space on the Enterprise. And there was even pushback to there being a different Enterprise and crew in the 80's before the launch of The Next Generation. But producers of the time weren't w...[Read More]

The Last Generation: Picard S310 Review

In a desperate last stand, Jean-Luc Picard and generations of crews, both old and new, fight together to save the galaxy from the greatest threat they've ever faced as Picard and the Next Generation era comes to an end.

The Bounty: Picard S306 Review.

Now on the run, Picard and the skeleton crew of the USS Titan must break into Starfleet's most top-secret facility to expose a plot that could destroy the Federation. Picard must turn to the only soul in the galaxy who can help: an old friend.

Imposters: Picard S305 Review.

Caught by Starfleet and facing court martial, paranoia grows as Picard struggles to uncover whether a prodigal crewman from his past has returned as an ally or an enemy hell-bent on destroying them all.

No Win Scenario: Picard S304 Review.

With time running out, Picard, Riker, and the crew must confront the sins of their past and heal fresh wounds, while the Titan drifts helplessly toward certain destruction within a mysterious space anomaly.

Seventeen Seconds: Picard S303 Review

Picard grapples with a life-altering revelation, while the Titan and her crew try to outmaneuver a Vadic in a lethal game of nautical cat and mouse; Raffi and Worf uncover a nefarious plot from an enemy Starfleet has long since forgotten.

Far From Home: Discovery S3E2 Review

Just as Michael Burnham had crash landed out of the vortex and into the future, so too does Discovery. But where it’s science officer experienced isolation and uncertainty, Discovery’s crew venture into the 32nd century in a far better position; they still have each other. Director: Olatunde Osunsanmi Written By: Michelle Paradise & Jenny Lumet & Alex Kurtzman Doing back to bac...[Read More]

Discovery Recap: An Obol for Charon (S2E4)

On a mission to hunt down a renegade Spock and find out what he knows about the mysterious Red Angels that have potentially driven him to the brink of madness, Discovery’s pursuit gets an unexpected interruption when a mysterious sphere of energy pulls them out of warp and plays havoc with ship systems. With on board functions from life support to translators suddenly failing ship-wide, the ...[Read More]

Retro Review: Way of the Warrior (Comms Highlights)

Whenever you ask a DS9 fan where to start, the answer is rarely from the beginning. The first seasons of the show were good, sometimes great. The foundations were laid for a darker show than the flagship adventures of the Enterprise We had Federation turncoats in the Maquis; an uneasy peace between Bajor and their former oppressors in Cardassia; there was politics and religion crossing over on all...[Read More]

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