Available From: 10 February 2009
Star Trek Magazine brings you everything past present and future - all six voyages and 11 movies in one publication. Each issue, our resident Treksperts open hailing frequencies to bring you all the latest Star Trek news, and interview the most influential people in the history of the ultimate space adventure. Explore this page to find out what's inside the latest issue.
RIP MAJEL BARRETT RODDENBERRY
We pay tribute to Gene Roddenberry's widow Majel, who was a vital part of the Star Trek family from the pilot episode "The Cage" right the way through to J.J. Abrams' new movie opening this summer. Abrams tells us, "She was incredibly supportive, and spoke beautifully of her memories of Star Trek and her late husband. We will all miss her."
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STAR TREK: VOYAGER
Our guide to the fourth Star Trek series examines the potential for conflict, the power of the characters, the use of computer generated effects and the leadership style of Captain Janeway. Plus an exclusive and eye-opening interview with co-producer Bryan Fuller, and the never before revealed history of Captain Proton.
ALL DUE RESPECT
Canadian star Bruce Greenwood tells us about the secrecy involved with his time on the set of the new Star Trek movie, and drops some hints about his interpretation of Captain Christopher Pike. "He’s a very strong guy. Under his rather conventional exterior beats the heart of a guy who understands that he can’t always play by the rules. Pike is not a kneejerk reactive who makes rash decisions. He gets put in very complicated situations and treats them with the respect they deserve."
WHERE NO BORG HAS GONE BEFORE
Jeri Ryan looks back at her time on the show, and reveals the pleasures and pains of playing Seven of Nine and traveling in the Delta Quadrant in the fourth Trek series. "In a lot of ways, it was a great four years. It was tough. But it was really great. She was a wonderful, rich character that I got to play. It was great working with the people I got to work with. It was a hoot. It was fun raising my son in space for four years. He came on the set all the time. He loved it."
Acclaimed actor Robert Picardo discusses how Kes' departure fundamentally altered the Doctor’s approach to his shipmates. "I was concerned that he no longer had a confidante. I was concerned that he might revert to being a sort of comic foil and a windbag. We would miss out on his more vulnerable side because he didn’t have that kind of confessional relationship with any of the other crew members. So Brannon Braga said, 'See if you can think of a way that the Doctor would relate to our new crew member, Seven of Nine.'"
More photos from the now-completed movie, and new starships unveiled.
B'Elanna Torres fights for her daughter in an extract from Kirsten Beyer's Voyager novel Full Circle.
EYE OF THE BEHOLDER
Michael Jan Friedman recalls contributing to Voyager's second season.
LOST AND FOUND
Never-before printed photos behind the scenes on Voyager.
Previews of upcoming covers, and all the new Trek merchandise put under the spotlight including the Remastered Season 3.
A tribute to Majel Barrett Roddenberry.