Discussion in 'Trek Literature' started by ryan123450, Nov 8, 2020.
Good ol' Crisis on Infinite Star Treks
Nope. Just wait for it.
I was thinking more of Loki myself.
Trek/MCU crossover incoming? Maybe Disney will buy Paramount.
The Monitor will not be appearing?
Sounds good to me.
I assumed the "old friend" to be Wesley doing his traveller schtick, but something else just occurred to me. What if it's Spock? If there's no supernova in this timeline (at least not one as described in Last Best Hope), he was last seen leaving Romulus for the Federation in one of the Typhon Pact novels...
I can understand your thoughts on newer Trek (especially Picard, started so strong but stumbled so hard) but Lower Decks is EASILY the best of all the new Trek stuff. I'd recommend you give it a watch.
Yeah -- Lower Decks does rely too much on fannish Trek-continuity gags, but in many ways it captures the optimism of Trek and the feel of the TNG era surprisingly well. And the season finale has some strikingly effective action and drama.
You've expressed yourself beautifully! I've been wanting to write a version of that myself - differing in details, but practically the same in the sentiment towards the TrekLit continuity of the 2000's-2010's..
(I have an Israeli TrekLit blog - written in Hebrew..)
Thanks for the feedback!
The blurb mentions that the "wanderer, oracle, ally" has been working for decades, so likely not Wesley.
I’m assuming Guinan. She’d be somehow aware of temporal shenanigans, I suppose. When was the last time we saw her, Indistinguishable From Magic?
Time is relative
(lunchtime doubly so)
What? No holosuite program?
How could there not be a supernova? PIC already proved there was one.
Not that we needed that, at any rate, since we've known about the supernova ever since ST09.
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