DS9 Gal AZ wrote:
Not to mention that Robinson was so invested in Garak that he actually penned a book from Garak's POV which fleshed out our favorite Cardassian even further. "A Stitch in Time" is by far the best Trek lit I've ever read, and I highly reccommend it to any fan of the show or the character.
That's a brilliant idea! I've so far stayed away from Trek lit (it all seems to fanfic-like for my tastes), but this is a book I should read some time.
Speaking of Combs, I was suprised to see him in an episode of the 2002 revival of The Twilight Zone (ep 35: "Placebo Effect"), the other day.
Not a show I'd recommend overall, the 2002 version of The Twilight Zone (poor writing, atrocious theme, very uneven acting; I'd struggle to name 5 good episodes in the whole run of 44 - though Forest Whittaker's undeniable gravitas helps anchor the show in memory), but you can check the episode: it's not great (predictable, some groanworthy Deus Ex Machinae), but it's not horrible either.