Work and home life have been very busy lately (as I suspect they will through Christmas) I have several drafts on tap here but not much time to finish them! I hope to have some fresh Trekkiness for you later this week, thanks for your patience! -Therese 🙂 Still hoping that the TOS gallery from TrekCore will come back online too so I can finish my posters!! 😦
In case you missed it — Here’s a funny reference to StarTrek episode of A Taste of Armageddon on The Colbert Report by a great guest appearance by George Takei!
Here’s my latest Trek poster: The Enterprise Incident! I know it wasn’t a perfect episode, but I loved Joanne Linville as the Romulan Commander (or as she would become later known as ‘Charvanek’. Her performance was icy cool yet sympathetic. ‘How rare and how beautiful’ indeed! This seemed to work best as a Romantic Comedy genre — you know, ROM-COM?! 😉
(Be sure to read SPECIAL NOTE at the bottom of this post!)
I’m also again including here #61, Spock’s Brain, which I posted here a while back, but now it will be in proper numerical order. A tabloid layout was the perfect vehicle for this perfectly awful episode! Nimoy was so disillusioned by this episode that he just walked through it.
By the way kids, unfortunately, I am having difficulty getting the images I usually use from TrekCore to make these posters! I am so dissapointed! About two weeks ago the message came up in the TOS gallery that the gallery was ‘currently offline. please check back soon’. Alas, it is STILL not coming up today, and I hope it will be reinstated soon. It’s been my source for my Trek Posters and Trek Comics alike, and although I have many images saved on my computer, I really want to finish my poster series!!! (only 20 left!!!) Here’s hoping the TOS gallery will be back soon, (the other galleries seem to be working, naturally!) 😦
Hey TrekCore, please fix this!!
Tomorrow here in the U.S. are the mid-term elections (these are just as important, if not more so than the presidential ones). If you live here, don’t forget to vote! Here’s Leonard campaigning for George McGovern in 1972, and with a “Spock for President’ bumper sticker in ’68! 🙂