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Tribbles! Tribbles! Tribbles!

TRIBBLES!   TRIBBLES!  TRIBBLES! Good morning this is Chief Science officier Jennifer Sontag reporting from the science lab aboard the USS Tiburon currently in route to a new planet that was recently discovered by a our long range scanners.  We have a bit of a wait until we get there so the captain has asked me to do put together a …

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Star Trek Wrath of Gems game

Star Trek Wrath of Gems is a downloadable game for most devices (I play it on my Kindle and I know the Skipper plays it on his phone). Play is fairly straight forward and is similar to most of the gem or tile matching games that I’ve played – match three, four or five of the same gems and something …

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Ronald McDonald House

Good afternoon! This is Fleet Captain Jennifer Sontag reporting from the bridge of the USS Tiburon, currently in orbit around Planet X in the Gamma Quadrant.  This is my monthly report for the bridge crew and for the general crew.  I know it’s been a long time since my last report, but the Tribbles currently in my care have been acting up, and I just a got a whole new batch …

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Eaglemoss Star Trek Graphic Novel Collection: Hive Review

In a world as vast as Star Trek, a world that spans 6 television series,13 films and thousands of books, the argument of what is canon is one that comes up often. Although not considered canon, Star Trek comics have been and are still very popular even today. Eaglemoss Collections has combined the archive of all the Star Trek comics, starting from its first Gold Key run up through …

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Ranked Reading January 2018

Greetings crew, and welcome to the first edition of Ranked Reading for 2018. Just remember, the higher the rank that I give a book the more it “commanded my attention.” First up is “The Autobiography of James T. Kirk” edited by David A Goodman. Did you ever want insights into the thoughts of one of Starfleet’s greatest captains? Well, this …

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Bears, Sharks and Trekkers Oh My!

Good morning everyone, this the Chief Science Officer Jennifer Sontag reporting from the bridge of the USS Tiburon currently in route back to base from an away mission. The crew and I had the privilege of beaming down to one the most scenic spots in all of Colorado, Estes Park, gateway to Rocky Mountain National Park.   We had a …

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Business is Definitely Picking Up

Good day everyone! Wow, another month has passed in the blink of an eye and a recent meeting of the Command Staff (those mystical officers that try to keep things running) filled up a fair portion of the Tiburon Calendar for the next several months. With 12 members added since Denver Comic Con I’m hoping that we’ll see several new …

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Hot Dogs!

Good Afternoon, this is Chief Science Officier Jennifer Sontag reporting from deep down in the bowels of the USS Tiburon.  I know I haven’t been posting for quite some time and I do apologize but the tribbles have been giving me nothing but trouble, and I just now got them under control. I have been observing through the video viewer …

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We Survived Denver Comic Con

Hello again! Well, Comic Con 2017 is behind us and, miraculously, we survived the three days of the show with just about everything intact. (Though most of us were diagnosed with mild to severe convention hangovers moments after it ended and before we were able to get the booth broken down and loaded out. It happens every time so we’ll …

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Headlong Flight

Headlong Flight By Dayton Ward Continuing on a survey mission of uncharted space known as the “Odyssean Pass,” a nebula catches the interest of the crew U.S.S Enterprise E. During their survey of the spatial anomaly, a rogue planet appears inside the nebula where it was not before. Although no life signs are detected on the barren world, a garbled …