Discussion in 'Future of Trek' started by The Overlord, Oct 20, 2019.
First look at the cast:
ETA: Dang! Ninja'ed!
Also this series will premiere on Paramount Plus and Nickelodeon:
Judging from the pics, it appears Trek is aiming for something along the lines of "Clone Wars".
It'll be good to have aliens who are something other than humans with funky foreheads.
I wonder what Janeway looks like in this art style
I was not expecting a Personality Core from Portal to be on the crew.
Aside from being 3D CGI, I see no similarity. The design style is more reminiscent of Trollhunters/Tales from Arcadia, unsurprisingly, since it has creators in common. The closest thing in Star Wars animation would be Rebels, I'd say.
I guess I just dated myself.
I haven't kept up with the animated series since The Mandalorian came out.
There hasn't been a new SW animated series since The Mandalorian, aside from the Clone Wars revival and its upcoming The Bad Batch spinoff.
You beat me to it. I like the alien looking aliens.
Interesting that they decided Paramount+ gets Prodigy before Nickelodeon. With the live action Trek shows just recently starting production they are counting on the animated shows to keep Trek fans subscribed to their service. Prodigy is probably next in line to go on Paramount+ followed by Lower Decks season 2.
At long, long last! A crew with no humans at all! I know Janeway is going to be part of it but I suspect not as a main character. My excitement has increased.
It's not that so much as they're holding back Janeway on purpose:
That makes sense too. I wonder how long before we get a look at the ship.
Has it been said anywhere what studio is doing the animation?
Also, I love this Blob.
Looks like someone just told her she did a brilliant job.
I guess the engineer is a Tellarite, the rock guy is from Sha Ka Ree, and the blob could be the anti-Armus, all good feelings
I´m getting slight echoes of the proposed character "67th distillation of blue" from the never produced Star Trek: Federation.
Tellarite, I think. DSC/PIC style.
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