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John Byrne
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Posted: 30 March 2019 at 9:14am | IP Logged | 1 post reply

Question for JB, what is your reference for the phaser room controller?

It was seen in the first season episode "Balance of Terror".

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Doug Centers
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Posted: 30 March 2019 at 9:26am | IP Logged | 2 post reply

"It was seen in the first season episode "Balance of Terror""

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Thanks!
One of my favorite episodes (if not the favorite). You got me with the uniform/hair change, well done.
I'm wondering ,has that color uniform been seen before?


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Hi John,

Comic book shops in my neck of the woods finally reopened (after circa four months), and that made me think about New Visions again. 

I have a vague recollection that there was discussion about continuing with Specials, irregularly, as inspiration comes. 

Is the New Visions project definitely over?

 
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Not definitely. Chris Ryall and I were discussing some kind of relaunch, before the madness fell upon the world. But no definite date.
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Much obliged, thanks. Looking forward.
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Ooohhhhh.

The comic that was first read any week it came out when it was being
published. Id love to see more.

By the way, it was reading those that made me finally submit & buy the
original series on BluRay. Well, these are the collection of your drawn
stories.Loved your ST work

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I had just reread "Mister Chekov" and that Rand short last week.

Great series!
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Don't get too excited now, kats and kittens. This is a LONG way from happening!
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Slightly off topic, IDW have started to release a chronological, by star
date, series combining all series. This means Crew is finally available
digitally in the first volume.

I think that means all of JBs Star Trek is now available
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Cue various hardcore Trekkies' heads exploding, since we ALL KNOW the stardates are not chronological, but are based on a calculation of speed, distance from Earth, and position in the Galaxy.

(I played them as chronological! It was just easier!)*

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* I also made a list for myself of all the episodes, including animated, in stardate order. That allowed me to more easily figure where my NEW VISIONS episodes slipped in, at least until I decided to embrace the "fourth season" concept and just steam ahead.

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I've got a couple of NEW VISIONS volumes that I've had tucked away for a few years now... I may finally loan them to my 70+ year old father, who was an old school TREK fan from back in '66, and turned me on to it, when I was a tyke in the mid-1970s.

Interested to see what he thinks!



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News is now abroad that Chris Ryall is leaving IDW to strike out on his own. I have no idea how this will impact on potential future TREK projects from me.

I guess we'll have to wait and see.

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