Monday, September 09, 2019

STAR TREK PICARD / DISCOVERY COMIC CON

Star Trek is boldly going to the Big Apple, New York Picard/Discovery style for Comic Con on thursday, October 3 to 6th - the third time now. So who's coming to the party my trekker friends?

PATRICK STEWART AKA PICARD OF USS ENTERPRISE
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Currently-filming castmates Sonequa Martin-Green (Burnham), Doug Jones (Saru), Mary Wiseman (Tilly), Anthony Rapp (Stamets), Wilson Cruz (Culber), and newcomer David Ajala (Booker) are recording the ongoing adventures of the USS Discovery NCC 1031

 — crew now hard at work producing the third season of Star Trek: Discovery — 

It seems like these guys are trying to make the Discovery appear like traditional Star Trek again with Captain Pike back calling the shots.



JOHNATHAN FRAKES AKA RIKER - STAR TREK TNG
The big draw for fans will certainly be the cast of the next big Trek adventure, Star Trek Picard - starring Patrick Stewart (Picard), freshmen Alison Pill (Agnes Jurati), Isa Briones (Dahj), Michelle Hurd (Raffi Musiker), Santiago Cabrera (Chris Rios), Harry Treadaway (Narek), and Evan Evagora (Elnor), along with executive producer Alex Kurtzman who will be part of both halves of the event.


SONEQUA MARTIN GREEN AKA MICHAEL BURNHAM



These Starfleet Star Trek crews will be returning to The Theater at Madison Square Garden — the site of the last two years of NYCC Trek panels — on Saturday, October 5 from 1PM – 2:30PM ET.




Are you going to Comic Con this year to join in the fun? How do you rate Star Trek Discovery season 1, 2 and 3 for optimism?

Which Star Trek series, Discovery or Star Trek Picard are you a fan of? 

Which Star Trek characters will you be rooting for when S T Picard or STDiscovery streams online?

Live Long and Prosper, Trekker amigos. 

10 comments:

  1. Didn't care much for Discovery but I'm very excited to see the Picard series.

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  2. Alex, Discovery got off to a rocky start so CBS brought Frakes in to direct and Captain Pike taking over in the 3rd season will swing viewers from the traditionalist fanbase, hopefully like...

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  3. That one is too far away for us, but I am excited about the new series with Picard.

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  4. I am not at all into Discovery and my ex calls it STD...Hahahaaa. I prefer The Orville which is more Star Trek than this sad series. As for Picard...I can't wait!

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  5. I don't make it to San Diego's Comic Con, and that's closer to my neighborhood...

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  6. Going against the grain. Love Discovery (based on Season One). I'll be watching Season Two soon.
    Look forward to the Picard series. Maybe the traditional optimism of classic TNG Trek will be there for those disappointed in Discovery.
    I still think Discovery has its shining moments and Season One was a hell of a dramatic ride.
    So I'm definitely rooting for Michael Burnham.

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  7. So with Picard The Next Generation (1987), focusing on the next chapter of his life we have to hope for something unexpected and exciting. The new show has finished shooting 10 episodes so far, not bad going eh?

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  8. Have a wonderful, wonderful time - as I am sure you will.

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  9. Pike is back? Punch it!

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  10. Trek is an exciting world right now. Just as Star Wars seems to be running out of steam, too. Good timing.

    I still have loads of catching up to do with the older series: Voyager, Enterprise and especially DS9. First, rewatching TNG...

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