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(Some Kang)   Dude........dude........heh heh.....dude.....like, what if....ohhhhman this is awesome.....what if, like.........Star Trek was....hehhehheh.....oh man.......Star Trek was done by Pixar, dude?   (minionfactory.blogspot.co.uk) divider line 94
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2013-02-17 08:48:03 PM

Tax Boy: [2.bp.blogspot.com image 510x660]
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Dammit, i was wondering why that face looked familiar!
 
2013-02-17 08:52:12 PM

quatchi: J. Frank Parnell: The All-Powerful Atheismo: Why is McCoy a god damn monkey?

Sulu is pretty bad, too. Otherwise they're great.

Sulu and Chekov are the worst. McCoy is awesome.


Sulu and Chekov need to have the head shapes flipped.  Sulu is more long vertically and Chekov is more rounder.

Chekov actually looks more like Charlie from the "Charlie X" episode.

www.space-debris.com
 
2013-02-17 08:55:16 PM

Banacek: TelemonianAjax: Mugato: ransack.: I'm not a Trekkie. Romulans are Space Jews, then?

No, that would be the Ferengi.

I can see where your coming from, but I think the Ferengi are clearly meant to be business-minded Americans. Archer even says to the first one he meets, after hearing about the Rules of Acquisition "Y'know. That kind of thinking nearly destroyed our civilization not too long ago."

They had Archer meet a Ferengi? How did that fit into canon?


Just about nothing in Enterprise fits into the canon.  Which is a pity since it needs to be stuffed into one and then shot into oblivion.
 
2013-02-17 09:02:57 PM

fusillade762: [1.bp.blogspot.com image 850x359]

I would watch that.


Ah, the Eidos school of female proportions. That is NOT a complaint.
 
2013-02-17 09:11:38 PM
Straighten up and fly right, stonedmitter.
 
2013-02-17 09:11:44 PM

Banacek: They had Archer meet a Ferengi? How did that fit into canon?


Could it be that 'canon' is whatever shiat is made up while filming the latest movie, creating the latest cartoon, or writing the latest book?

/no it couldn't be
//canon is NEVER violated
///never
 
2013-02-17 09:15:30 PM

Benjimin_Dover: Banacek: TelemonianAjax: Mugato: ransack.: I'm not a Trekkie. Romulans are Space Jews, then?

No, that would be the Ferengi.

I can see where your coming from, but I think the Ferengi are clearly meant to be business-minded Americans. Archer even says to the first one he meets, after hearing about the Rules of Acquisition "Y'know. That kind of thinking nearly destroyed our civilization not too long ago."

They had Archer meet a Ferengi? How did that fit into canon?

Just about nothing in Enterprise fits into the canon.  Which is a pity since it needs to be stuffed into one and then shot into oblivion.


Y'know, I was dismissive of Enterprise until recently and I've fallen for it. I like to think the 'canon irregularities' are things that are only obvious to us in hindsite. I'm on record in other threads recently explaining why.

Also: Tripp is the most fully realized character in all of ST.

/bring it
 
2013-02-17 09:15:59 PM

blue_2501: [www.startrek.com image 250x386]
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Cross media design isn't really a new concept.  I read Countdown.  It fills in the gaps pretty well and it's sort of a "last hurrah" to the old universe, with many of the NG characters you love getting their dream jobs.

/DRTFA


Is that a Hirogen in the bottom-right?  I do love me some kinda-but-not-as-cool Predators in my Trek.
 
2013-02-17 09:16:11 PM
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Whelp.  I'm gonna have nightmares now.

/Oh My.
 
2013-02-17 09:18:57 PM

Elmo Jones: The All-Powerful Atheismo: Why is McCoy a god damn monkey?

Guess the voice I read that in.


Farnsworth?

Morgan Freeman?

jk.
 
2013-02-17 09:27:38 PM
Eh, decent enough, but he did the women in that kinda off super skinny limbs with a huge head thing style they used in the Incredibles that I wasn't a fan of.
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2013-02-17 09:32:04 PM
So they're not actually by Pixar?
 
2013-02-17 09:34:57 PM

Handsome B. Wonderful: So they're not actually by Pixar?


No.  That would explain the "what if...." part of the headline.
 
2013-02-17 09:39:33 PM

ActualFarkal: blue_2501: [www.startrek.com image 250x386]
[media.archonia.com image 494x750]

Cross media design isn't really a new concept.  I read Countdown.  It fills in the gaps pretty well and it's sort of a "last hurrah" to the old universe, with many of the NG characters you love getting their dream jobs.

/DRTFA

Is that a Hirogen in the bottom-right?  I do love me some kinda-but-not-as-cool Predators in my Trek.


No, it's a Klingon... the Klingons from the reboot movie (which were then cut) wore helmets like that.
 
2013-02-17 09:47:04 PM

Banacek: TelemonianAjax: Mugato: ransack.: I'm not a Trekkie. Romulans are Space Jews, then?

No, that would be the Ferengi.

I can see where your coming from, but I think the Ferengi are clearly meant to be business-minded Americans. Archer even says to the first one he meets, after hearing about the Rules of Acquisition "Y'know. That kind of thinking nearly destroyed our civilization not too long ago."

They had Archer meet a Ferengi? How did that fit into canon?


Considering Enterprise was canon by definition...  pretty well.
 
2013-02-17 09:55:12 PM

FlyingLizardOfDoom: Banacek: TelemonianAjax: Mugato: ransack.: I'm not a Trekkie. Romulans are Space Jews, then?

No, that would be the Ferengi.

I can see where your coming from, but I think the Ferengi are clearly meant to be business-minded Americans. Archer even says to the first one he meets, after hearing about the Rules of Acquisition "Y'know. That kind of thinking nearly destroyed our civilization not too long ago."

They had Archer meet a Ferengi? How did that fit into canon?

Considering Enterprise was canon by definition...  pretty well.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Last_Outpost_(Star_Trek:_The_Next_G en eration)

"While the Ferengi race was known to the Federation, this is their first encounter with the species, and theEnterprise crew finds the Ferengi appear to be at a similar technology level as themselves."

Sounds like Enterprise did a shiatload of retcon.
 
2013-02-17 09:57:31 PM
I'll take the Orion slave girl...

or maybe a couple of them come to think of it.
 
2013-02-17 10:37:40 PM

Banacek: TelemonianAjax: Mugato: ransack.: I'm not a Trekkie. Romulans are Space Jews, then?

No, that would be the Ferengi.

I can see where your coming from, but I think the Ferengi are clearly meant to be business-minded Americans. Archer even says to the first one he meets, after hearing about the Rules of Acquisition "Y'know. That kind of thinking nearly destroyed our civilization not too long ago."

They had Archer meet a Ferengi? How did that fit into canon?



That's one of the weaker, earlier episodes, but they still covered their asses on that one by having the Ferengi never identify themselves as Ferengi. Archer meets them, but never knows who or what they are, aside from being space pirates/hijackers.

The show was actually great. I trashed it when it was on and watched later on Netflix, and I really wish I had watched when it was on... Maybe they wouldn't have canned it if it got ratings.
 
2013-02-17 11:01:45 PM

ZeroCorpse: Banacek: TelemonianAjax: Mugato: ransack.: I'm not a Trekkie. Romulans are Space Jews, then?

No, that would be the Ferengi.

I can see where your coming from, but I think the Ferengi are clearly meant to be business-minded Americans. Archer even says to the first one he meets, after hearing about the Rules of Acquisition "Y'know. That kind of thinking nearly destroyed our civilization not too long ago."

They had Archer meet a Ferengi? How did that fit into canon?


That's one of the weaker, earlier episodes, but they still covered their asses on that one by having the Ferengi never identify themselves as Ferengi. Archer meets them, but never knows who or what they are, aside from being space pirates/hijackers.

The show was actually great. I trashed it when it was on and watched later on Netflix, and I really wish I had watched when it was on... Maybe they wouldn't have canned it if it got ratings.


I've been trying to get into in on Netflix. It's been... difficult. I got to the "I didn't know space was going to be hard!" episode and I just stopped. Is there a list of episodes worth watching? I'd be willing to do that if I could skip the filler.
 
2013-02-17 11:09:00 PM
Canon went out the window in Voyager when they decided that the federation knew about the borg way before Q-Who - and that 7's parents went off in their cosmic winnebago looking for them. There is a discussion on one of the DVDs where the writers say "well this messes up canon" to which the Voyager showrunner said "screw canon, this is a good story"

It wasn't.

Anyway that probably marks the big people where Star Trek writers decided that they could deliberately break canon - rather than making mistakes as will happen from time to time.
 
2013-02-17 11:09:15 PM
 
2013-02-17 11:11:20 PM
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2013-02-17 11:12:08 PM

tgambitg: No, it's a Klingon... the Klingons from the reboot movie (which were then cut) wore helmets like that.


Because their little genetic money-business with human augment DNA made them all ridgeless (probably the ONLY Enterprise story worth watching, because it finally explains the reason for the difference between TOS and movie/TNG Klingons).
 
2013-02-18 12:02:56 AM

Mugato: Banacek: They had Archer meet a Ferengi? How did that fit into canon?

They met the Borg too. But they managed to cram it into canon somehow.


i50.tinypic.com

"Flying into space. To shoot the dickbag... In his face!"
 
2013-02-18 01:04:19 AM

narkor: Canon went out the window in Voyager when they decided that the federation knew about the borg way before Q-Who - and that 7's parents went off in their cosmic winnebago looking for them. There is a discussion on one of the DVDs where the writers say "well this messes up canon" to which the Voyager showrunner said "screw canon, this is a good story"


The Federation didn't know about the Borg. 7's parents were basically chasing bigfoot on their own. Then they got assimilated and none of their data reached the Federation. No canon violation.
 
2013-02-18 01:12:09 AM

narkor: Canon went out the window in Voyager when they decided that the federation knew about the borg way before Q-Who - and that 7's parents went off in their cosmic winnebago looking for them. There is a discussion on one of the DVDs where the writers say "well this messes up canon" to which the Voyager showrunner said "screw canon, this is a good story"

It wasn't.

Anyway that probably marks the big people where Star Trek writers decided that they could deliberately break canon - rather than making mistakes as will happen from time to time.


There was no contact with the Borg before TNG, which lead to the Borg going back in time in an attempt to assimilate a less-advanced Earth. The wreckage of the borg sphere was reactivated by archeologists, and it created a mini-collective. Not so much a temporal ass-fark as Nero's arrival, but close.

ts4.mm.bing.net
Wibbly-wobbly, something something
 
2013-02-18 01:29:48 AM
2.bp.blogspot.com

Where is his Starfleet uniform?
 
2013-02-18 03:15:06 AM

The All-Powerful Atheismo: Farnsworth?

Morgan Freeman?

jk.


{fistbump}
 
2013-02-18 03:33:07 AM
Well if I did 'Star Wars', I had to do 'Star Trek'.

And yet I don't see a link to such on the page....

/it may be there, but I'm on my phone
 
2013-02-18 03:40:25 AM

TV's Vinnie: tgambitg: No, it's a Klingon... the Klingons from the reboot movie (which were then cut) wore helmets like that.

Because their little genetic money-business with human augment DNA made them all ridgeless (probably the ONLY Enterprise story worth watching, because it finally explains the reason for the difference between TOS and movie/TNG Klingons).


They discussed that in the Pocket Book novels... I think the book The Final Reflection was the one that delved into Klingon fusions for contact with others vs the Imperial race.

Been years and years since I read the novels, got about 150 of them sitting in storage. Not sure if they are considered canon though. Good to see that this made its way to the TV audiences, since it was TV that created the inconsistencies in the first place.
 
2013-02-18 03:54:22 AM

TV's Vinnie: Because their little genetic money-business with human augment DNA made them all ridgeless (probably the ONLY Enterprise story worth watching, because it finally explains the reason for the difference between TOS and movie/TNG Klingons).


They really should have left it with Worf saying that they don't discuss it with outsiders. Anyway, the new Romulans have less pronounced ridges on their heads and no one ever mentions that.
 
2013-02-18 04:30:51 AM

ArcadianRefugee: Well if I did 'Star Wars', I had to do 'Star Trek'.

And yet I don't see a link to such on the page....

/it may be there, but I'm on my phone


A funny little thing called "Older Posts". It takes you back in time, where the blogger made posts made before this day. OOoOoOoooOOOOoO!!!!!
 
2013-02-18 07:33:12 AM
Why does Sulu have Cheeto all over his face?
 
2013-02-18 10:07:42 AM

Mugato: TV's Vinnie: Because their little genetic money-business with human augment DNA made them all ridgeless (probably the ONLY Enterprise story worth watching, because it finally explains the reason for the difference between TOS and movie/TNG Klingons).

They really should have left it with Worf saying that they don't discuss it with outsiders. Anyway, the new Romulans have less pronounced ridges on their heads and no one ever mentions that.



Pretty sure it was mentioned in the Unification episodes guest-starring Leonard Nimoy.
 
2013-02-18 11:03:34 AM

TelemonianAjax: maxx2112: TelemonianAjax: Mugato: ransack.: I'm not a Trekkie. Romulans are Space Jews, then?

No, that would be the Ferengi.

[snippage]

Of all the things that Jonah Goldberg claims to know more about than I do, he is most wrong about Star Trek.



He's kinda freaky on Trek, so I'm picturing this.

dorkshelf.com
 
2013-02-18 11:23:47 AM

maxx2112: TelemonianAjax: maxx2112: TelemonianAjax: Mugato: ransack.: I'm not a Trekkie. Romulans are Space Jews, then?

No, that would be the Ferengi.

[snippage]

Of all the things that Jonah Goldberg claims to know more about than I do, he is most wrong about Star Trek.


He's kinda freaky on Trek, so I'm picturing this.


Does that bastard post about Star Trek often? I tried to pay as little attention to that hack as possible, but if I have a new venue for ripping him apart I'm all ears!
 
2013-02-18 11:47:17 AM
I must be the only one who's really annoyed by Pixar's character design.
 
2013-02-18 03:20:35 PM

Mugato: narkor: Canon went out the window in Voyager when they decided that the federation knew about the borg way before Q-Who - and that 7's parents went off in their cosmic winnebago looking for them. There is a discussion on one of the DVDs where the writers say "well this messes up canon" to which the Voyager showrunner said "screw canon, this is a good story"

The Federation didn't know about the Borg. 7's parents were basically chasing bigfoot on their own. Then they got assimilated and none of their data reached the Federation. No canon violation.


This. Also there was a bit of canon violation before Voyager. Guinans were victims of the Borg. Guinan (among others) was rescued by the Enterprise B before Picard was even born (Star Trek Generations). But apparently all those refugees never bothered to tell the Federation about the Borg up until Q puts the Enterprise D in front of them.
 
2013-02-18 03:26:12 PM

TV's Vinnie: ArcadianRefugee: Well if I did 'Star Wars', I had to do 'Star Trek'.

And yet I don't see a link to such on the page....

/it may be there, but I'm on my phone

A funny little thing called "Older Posts". It takes you back in time, where the blogger made posts made before this day. OOoOoOoooOOOOoO!!!!!


Like I said, was on my phone. Also, what dipshiat puts that sorta link at the bottom after all the comments (now that I look for it via my laptop)? Dumb dumb dumb.
 
2013-02-18 04:18:03 PM

ransack.: I'm not a Trekkie. Romulans are Space Jews, then?


dl.dropbox.com
 
2013-02-18 09:36:13 PM

DarkSoulNoHope: [2.bp.blogspot.com image 309x400]

Where is his Starfleet uniform?


Not every member of The Federation is a Star Fleet officer.
 
2013-02-18 09:49:32 PM

fusillade762: DarkSoulNoHope: [2.bp.blogspot.com image 309x400]

Where is his Starfleet uniform?

Not every member of The Federation is a Star Fleet officer.


But he's on the Enterprise, surely he must be the transporter chief; a really mischievous transporter chief by the look of his face! "I'll show Captain Kirk who's boss. I'll make sure he materializes on the planet with no pants on, in a room with just males!"

/If Star Trek: Captain Worf gets made, I want to see Andorian and Tellarite Starfleet officers!
//they're the two other founding worlds of the United Federation of Planets!!
 
2013-02-18 11:55:40 PM

DarkSoulNoHope: fusillade762: DarkSoulNoHope: [2.bp.blogspot.com image 309x400]

Where is his Starfleet uniform?

Not every member of The Federation is a Star Fleet officer.

But he's on the Enterprise, surely he must be the transporter chief; a really mischievous transporter chief by the look of his face! "I'll show Captain Kirk who's boss. I'll make sure he materializes on the planet with no pants on, in a room with just males!"

/If Star Trek: Captain Worf gets made, I want to see Andorian and Tellarite Starfleet officers!
//they're the two other founding worlds of the United Federation of Planets!!


static.prtst.net
 
2013-02-19 01:35:20 AM

LoneWolf343: DarkSoulNoHope: fusillade762: DarkSoulNoHope: [2.bp.blogspot.com image 309x400]

Where is his Starfleet uniform?

Not every member of The Federation is a Star Fleet officer.

But he's on the Enterprise, surely he must be the transporter chief; a really mischievous transporter chief by the look of his face! "I'll show Captain Kirk who's boss. I'll make sure he materializes on the planet with no pants on, in a room with just males!"

/If Star Trek: Captain Worf gets made, I want to see Andorian and Tellarite Starfleet officers!
//they're the two other founding worlds of the United Federation of Planets!!

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Hopefully Michael Dorn will be able to take time from those Dodge Dart commercials.
 
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