Discussion in 'Trek Literature' started by Relayer1, Aug 26, 2013.
Does that mean we'd call the period after it the Post-Post-Crisis?
Nah, let's call it the New 42. So we can get sued by DC AND by whoever published The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy!
A picture of Nechayev for Cross Cult's New Frontier spine picture:
Finally Alynna on a cover, nice. How about Eddie Jellico????
Not on a cover, but on the book spine. I mean, that's something too, right?
Then there ist still hope for Eddie for a place on the book spine. You never know.
Huh, not a character I would have expected to see but it's still nice to see her get some attention.
I could see him there.
The spine is part of the cover. It's just not the front cover.
Really? I mean, if you say it it is most likely correct, but that just seems weird to me. Maybe it is only because I associate the word "cover" with "front"... Anyway, thanks for clearing that up.
Well, it's literally the thing that covers the pages inside, a single sheet of card (or cloth and heavier cardboard for a hardcover) that wraps around the front, spine, and back. Although in practice, people just say "front cover," "back cover," and "spine," so I can see how one could think of the spine and the cover as separate things.
All this time, I've been judging books by their spines and thinking I found a loophole.
Cross Cult'S cover draft for Book 3 of the Prey trilogy:
Dammit, you beat me by a minute
Is there a hint of grey in Worf's hair?
You're right. And I love it!
Wow, great cover.
When you combine all three German Prey covers you get this:
It doesn't quite fit, especially with the Enterprise-E's saucer and Kahless (at least I think that's Kahless), but the star in the foreground of book one extends to book two and the background nebulae all somewhat fit.
Judging by the ridges that is Kahless
Is that a rough draft? Maybe they'll fix Kahless and the E2 in later version.
Separate names with a comma.