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“Star Trek #19” Review by Trekcentral.net

Trekcentral.net has added a new review for and ‘s “Star Trek #19”:

Star Trek #19 kicks off the start of a brand new arc titled “Pleroma.” A quick Google of this word defines it as “the totality of divine powers.” This lines up with the themes of this series thus far, as each story arc has dealt with the crew facing divine entities. Sisko himself is somewhat of a divine entity. The issue was slower in pace as the bulk of it was spent setting up the new storyline, but there are still some interesting beats and character moments worth discussing.

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Happy 2024 Birthday to George Takei!


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Happy birthday to George Takei!

George Takei is an actor who is most famous for portraying Hikaru Sulu in Star Trek: The Original Series, Star Trek: The Animated Series and its spin-off movies. He reprised the role in a guest appearance for the Star Trek: Voyager episode “Flashback”.

In the 1990s, he performed the narration for two audiobooks based on the adventures of the USS Excelsior, Cacophony and Transformations. Additionally, he co-wrote the DC Comics title So Near the Touch with Peter David.

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Happy 2024 Birthday to Peg Robinson!


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Happy birthday to Peg Robinson!

Peg Robinson is a writer who lives in Lompoc, California.

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“Star Trek: The Next Generation: 6 Power Hungry” Review by Themindreels.com

Themindreels.com has added a new review for ‘s “Star Trek: The Next Generation: 6 Power Hungry”:

Howard Weinstein delivers his first Next Gen novel with Power Hungry. Set squarely in the second season of the series, Weinstein shows that he has a pretty solid handle on the characters, and explores an environmental theme that sounds very familiar to the way we are treating our own planet.

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“Star Trek: The Next Generation: I, Q” Review by Joshuaedelglass.com

Joshuaedelglass.com has added a new review for and ‘s “Star Trek: The Next Generation: I, Q”:

I haven’t been writing much about Star Trek novels on this site lately. That’s because I haven’t been reading many! I seem to have gotten somewhat soured on the whole enterprise (see what I did there?) after Paramount and Simon & Schuster put the kibbosh on the past two decades of the Star Trek “lit-verse” — the vast continuity of stories from the novels. This was done because the novels were out of continuity with the recent Picard series. I think it’s a shame, and my drive to buy and read new Trek novels is currently at a low ebb. But a few months ago I found my way to I, Q, a novel written by Peter David that I’d missed from back in 2000! It was fun to read.

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Happy 2024 Birthday to Keith R.A. DeCandido!


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Happy birthday to Keith R.A. DeCandido!

Keith R.A. Decandido is a top genre author whose tie-in novels for Pocket include several Star Trek titles across all series as well as Buffy the Vampire Slayer novelizations. He is also known for his Star Trek: The Next Generation comic book miniseries Perchance to Dream, and is the editor of several science-fiction and fantasy anthologies.

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Out Today: “Star Trek #19”

Out today: “Star Trek #19“, by and .

Acclaimed writers Jackson Lanzing and Collin Kelly along with Star Trek: Strange New Worlds comics artist Megan Levens (Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Starsigns) welcome you to the thrilling brand-new chapter of the Eisner-nominated Star Trek flagship series!Benjamin Sisko has begun imagining an end to his journey and is looking forward to establishing a normal, human life. But unfortunately for Captain Sisko, his next test has been a member of his crew this whole time…
T’Lir, the crew’s former science officer, has returned to the U.S.S. Theseus bridge with a shocking revelation and a plea. Kahless’ attempted war with the gods has altered the very fabric of spacetime, threatening the destruction of several godlike species. Already, anomalies are beginning to form across the galaxy. Their only hope: the Emissary of the Prophets, Benjamin Sisko, and his valiant crew of Starfleet’s finest.

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Out Today: “Star Trek #19”

Out today: “Star Trek #19“, by and .

Acclaimed writers Jackson Lanzing and Collin Kelly along with Star Trek: Strange New Worlds comics artist Megan Levens (Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Starsigns) welcome you to the thrilling brand-new chapter of the Eisner-nominated Star Trek flagship series!Benjamin Sisko has begun imagining an end to his journey and is looking forward to establishing a normal, human life. But unfortunately for Captain Sisko, his next test has been a member of his crew this whole time…
T’Lir, the crew’s former science officer, has returned to the U.S.S. Theseus bridge with a shocking revelation and a plea. Kahless’ attempted war with the gods has altered the very fabric of spacetime, threatening the destruction of several godlike species. Already, anomalies are beginning to form across the galaxy. Their only hope: the Emissary of the Prophets, Benjamin Sisko, and his valiant crew of Starfleet’s finest.

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Level 255: Zac Tiessen(Vanitas + Viriditas)

We’re so happy to have Zac Tiessen back on Level to talk about a new project he worked on with his fine artist brother, Josh Tiessen!

Zac wrote music for a series of paintings called Vanitas + Viriditas. You can hear the music here (and elsewhere). It’s really gorgeous music, with outstanding live performers like singer Julie Elven, the Budapest Scoring Orchestra and more.

Come chat with us on Discord about game music, and see the video of my conversation with Zac on the Level with Emily YouTube channel. Find Level with Emily on Patreon.

PLAYLIST
by Zac Tiessen from Vanitas + Viriditas unless noted otherwise

00:00 Sophia

04:53 Harbinger from Streams in the Wasteland

06:26 Memento Mori

09:54 Sophia

10:48 Qohelet

12:58 Sophia

18:49 The Kairos Stones

19:58 All Creatures Praise

22:02 Auguries of Innocence

25:41 Vanitas + Viriditas

30:48 Vanitas + Viriditas

38:21 Qohelet

39:39 In This Birch Grove

41:29 In This Birch Grove

42:18 In This Birch Grove

46:11 The Kairos Stones

48:05 Memento Mori

51:53 Auguries of Innocence

54:30 Vanitas + Viriditas

55:08 Other Sprouts by Sam Keenan

Level 255: Zac Tiessen(Vanitas + Viriditas) originally appeared on Level With Emily Reese on April 12, 2024.

“Star Trek: Picard: Firewall” Review by Treknews.net

Treknews.net has added a new review for ‘s “Star Trek: Picard: Firewall”:

Seven of Nine, a heroine who has resurged in popularity thanks to Jeri Ryan’s return to the franchise in Star Trek: Picard, is now the subject of a much-deserved character spotlight from veteran Star Trek author David Mack. Mack’s bibliography includes the end of the Star Trek literary universe as we know it, the landmark Star Trek: Destiny trilogy, and dozens of other Star Trek publications. Considering Firewall’s author and its complex protagonist, fans should be happy to know Mack delivers a worthy tie-in to Picard, capably filling in Seven’s story between the end of Star Trek: Voyager and the beginning of Picard.

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“Star Trek: Picard: Firewall” Review by Treknews.net

Treknews.net has added a new review for ‘s “Star Trek: Picard: Firewall”:

Seven of Nine, a heroine who has resurged in popularity thanks to Jeri Ryan’s return to the franchise in Star Trek: Picard, is now the subject of a much-deserved character spotlight from veteran Star Trek author David Mack. Mack’s bibliography includes the end of the Star Trek literary universe as we know it, the landmark Star Trek: Destiny trilogy, and dozens of other Star Trek publications. Considering Firewall’s author and its complex protagonist, fans should be happy to know Mack delivers a worthy tie-in to Picard, capably filling in Seven’s story between the end of Star Trek: Voyager and the beginning of Picard.

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“Star Trek: Picard: The Art and Making of the Series” Review by Borg.com

Borg.com has added a new review for ‘s “Star Trek: Picard: The Art and Making of the Series”:

It was unlikely but it happened. Patrick Stewart returned to continue the exploits of one of the franchise’s most popular characters in Star Trek: Picard. Old Man Picard was a lot like Picard in his prime, getting killed and then brought back to life, defending the schemes of his nemeses Q and The Borg, and palling around with old friends Guinan, Riker, Troi, Worf, Geordi, and the umpteenth versions of Data and Soong relatives. The new look behind the scenes of the series, Star Trek: Picard–The Art and Making of the Series (available here at Amazon) explores each of the three seasons of the show.

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“Star Trek: Picard: The Art and Making of the Series” Review by Borg.com

Borg.com has added a new review for ‘s “Star Trek: Picard: The Art and Making of the Series”:

It was unlikely but it happened. Patrick Stewart returned to continue the exploits of one of the franchise’s most popular characters in Star Trek: Picard. Old Man Picard was a lot like Picard in his prime, getting killed and then brought back to life, defending the schemes of his nemeses Q and The Borg, and palling around with old friends Guinan, Riker, Troi, Worf, Geordi, and the umpteenth versions of Data and Soong relatives. The new look behind the scenes of the series, Star Trek: Picard–The Art and Making of the Series (available here at Amazon) explores each of the three seasons of the show.

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“Star Trek: Vanguard: Harbinger” Review by Beforewegoblog.com

Beforewegoblog.com has added a new review for ‘s “Star Trek: Vanguard: Harbinger”:

Well, I’ve decided to pick up David Mack’s VANGUARD series after re-watching the first season of STAR TREK: DISCOVERY. I enjoyed the handling of combining the TOS era with NuTrek advances as well as serialized storytelling. So, I was intrigued by the possibilities of a series seemingly based on combining the premise of DS9 (a long-range space station on the frontier of Federation Space) with the time period of the Original Series. So, how did it work? Remarkably well, actually, and Discovery could take a number of lessons from David Mack on how to write “dark” Trek.

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“Star Trek: Picard: The Art and Making of the Series” Review by Trek.fm

Trek.fm has added a new review for ‘s “Star Trek: Picard: The Art and Making of the Series”:

In this episode of Literary Treks hosts Matthew Rushing, Casey Pettitt and Jonathan Koan talk about The Art and Making of Star Trek: Picard. We discuss a new show, kicking off the story, had it been done before, seasons 1-3, is anything missing, our ratings and final thoughts.

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“Star Trek: Defiant #13” Review by Trekcentral.net

Trekcentral.net has added a new review for ‘s “Star Trek: Defiant #13”:

Not all is as it seems on Starbase 99, where all hell is breaking loose in Star Trek: Defiant #13. The desolate base was infected with the bugs first seen in Star Trek: The Next Generation‘s “Conspiracy”. One of the USS Defiant’s captives, Benny the Much, appears to be the origin of this infection, but that still remains unknown. Some of the crew are injured, but together they must fight their way through the infected base. Danger lurks around every corner, and nobody knows exactly who they can trust.

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Happy 2024 Birthday to Kevin Andrew Hosey!


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Happy birthday to Kevin Andrew Hosey!

Kevin Hosey is an author of science fiction and other genres. He is also a marketing communications professional.

Born a “military brat” in Oklahoma, he lived as a small child in New Orleans for a short time, but has spent most of his life in Texas, where he currently lives with his wife and two teenage children.

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Star Trek Books Coming In The Next 30 Days, as of April 9th, 2024

No fictional books, non-fiction books, nor magazines are to be released in the next 30 days, we truly are in the doldrums of written Trek!
Thank god comic books are here to save us!

Comics

Star Trek #19
By: 
April 17, 2024Acclaimed writers Jackson Lanzing and Collin Kelly along with Star Trek: Strange New Worlds comics artist Megan Levens (Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Starsigns) welcome you to the thrilling brand-new chapter of the Eisner-nominated Star Trek flagship series!Benjamin Sisko has begun imagining an end to his journey and is looking forward to establishing a normal, human […]

Star Trek: Defiant #14
By: 
April 24, 2024Resistance is futile! Cornered by their own parasitically possessed crewmate, Worf and the Defiant crew scramble for a way to safely save her before it’s too late. But the hive is eager to grow its numbers, seeking total dominance over a galactic level of organic species after already claiming Starbase 99’s crew as hosts. Trapped […]

Star Trek: Sons of Star Trek #2
By: 
April 24, 2024Jake, Nog, and Alexander find themselves stuck in a never-ending loop of being blown to smithereens aboard the U.S.S. Avery and then revived by Q Jr.-who insists he’s helping them learn some lesson unbeknownst to them. Amid the attack from the Breen, the Avery crew and their strong-willed, bureaucratic captain, Skrain Dukat, refuse to listen […]

Happy 2024 Birthday to John Eaves!


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Happy birthday to John Eaves!

John Michael Eaves is a concept illustrator and designer who worked as production illustrator on the television series Star Trek: Deep Space Nine for its last four seasons and on Star Trek: Enterprise in its entirety, as well as on no less than eight Star Trek films.

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Happy 2024 Birthday to John Eaves!


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Happy birthday to John Eaves!

John Michael Eaves is a concept illustrator and designer who worked as production illustrator on the television series Star Trek: Deep Space Nine for its last four seasons and on Star Trek: Enterprise in its entirety, as well as on no less than eight Star Trek films.

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“Star Trek: New Frontier: 12 Being Human” Review by Unitedfederationofcharles.blogspot.com

Unitedfederationofcharles.blogspot.com has added a new review for ‘s “Star Trek: New Frontier: 12 Being Human”:

I actually finished this one awhile ago and didn’t get around to writing the review. Indeed, I actually read this and the sequel back to back so it’s doubly problematic. Thankfully, though, that means I can do their reviews simultaneously. For those wondering what the long delay of about a year and four months was, it was due to my niece moving in. Which obviously disrupted a lot of my online time. However, I’m getting back to writing my Space Academy books so I might as well get these done since I’m definitely in a humorous space opera mood.

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“Star Trek: New Frontier: 12 Being Human” Review by Unitedfederationofcharles.blogspot.com

Unitedfederationofcharles.blogspot.com has added a new review for ‘s “Star Trek: New Frontier: 12 Being Human”:

I actually finished this one awhile ago and didn’t get around to writing the review. Indeed, I actually read this and the sequel back to back so it’s doubly problematic. Thankfully, though, that means I can do their reviews simultaneously. For those wondering what the long delay of about a year and four months was, it was due to my niece moving in. Which obviously disrupted a lot of my online time. However, I’m getting back to writing my Space Academy books so I might as well get these done since I’m definitely in a humorous space opera mood.

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Happy 2024 Birthday to Michael A. Martin!


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Happy birthday to Michael A. Martin!

Michael A. Martin’s solo short fiction has appeared in The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. He has also coauthored (with Andy Mangels) several Star Trek comics for Marvel and Wildstorm and numerous Star Trek novels and eBooks, including the USA Today bestseller Titan: Book One: Taking Wing; Titan: Book Two: The Red King; the Sy Fy Genre Award-winning Star Trek: Worlds of Deep Space 9 Book Two: Trill — Unjoined; Star Trek: The Lost Era 2298 — The Sundered; Star Trek: Deep Space 9 Mission: Gamma: Vol. Three: Cathedral; Star Trek: The Next Generation: Section 31 — Rogue; Star Trek: Starfleet Corps of Engineers #30 and #31 (“Ishtar Rising” Books 1 and 2); stories in the Prophecy and Change, Tales of the Dominion War, and Tales from the Captain’s Table anthologies; and three novels based on the Roswell television series. His work has also been published by Atlas Editions (in their Star Trek Universe subscription card series), Star Trek Monthly, Dreamwatch, Grolier Books, Visible Ink Press, The Oregonian, and Gareth Stevens, Inc., for whom he has penned several World Almanac Library of the States nonfiction books for young readers. He lives with his wife, Jenny, and their two sons in Portland, Oregon.

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Happy 2024 Birthday to William Leisner!


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Happy birthday to William Leisner!

William “Bill” Leisner currently lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

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Out Today: “Star Trek Explorer #11”

Out today: “Star Trek Explorer #11“, by .

STAR TREK: DISCOVERY – Star Trek Explorer continues its mission to bring you the very best coverage of the final season of the show, landing on Paramount+ April 2024.

INTERVIEWS – including with Mike McMahan, creator of Star Trek: Lower Decks, and Star Trek: Strange New Worlds director Valerie Weiss.

PICARD SEASON THREE – Star Trek Explorer brings you the
definitive guide.

PLUS BRAND-NEW STAR TREK SHORT STORIES FROM DAVID MACK AND Michael Dismuk!

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Happy 2024 Birthday to Garfield Reeves-Stevens!


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Happy birthday to Garfield Reeves-Stevens!

Garfield Reeves-Stevens, together with his wife Judith Reeves-Stevens, is one of Star Trek’s best-selling original book writers. Together, the Reeves-Stevens couple wrote or co-wrote five episodes of Star Trek: Enterprise’s fourth season. Being Star Trek: The Original Series fans, the couple had already written several fully licensed reference books on the subject of Star Trek previously, prior to becoming officially involved with the live-action franchise.

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Level 254: Dom Palombi’s Game Night! Vol. 2

We loved having bandleader and drummer/percussionist Dom Palombi back to talk about his new album, Dom Palombi’s Game Night! Vol. 2. There are about twice as many musicians on this album than on Vol. 1, with what Dom describes as more personal track choices than before.

The musicianship is just beyond measure, and it’s a fun, adventurous, delightful, funky romp through some great tunes. The three originals are fantastic. ENJOY!

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PLAYLIST
from Dom Palombi’s Game Night, Vol 2

00:00 Wings That Cross Time (from Chrono Trigger), feat. Andrew Sumabat, Josh Vasquez

7:48 Bad Guys – Kerning City (from Maplestory), feat. Super Guitar Bros, Charlie Rosen, MegaRan

9:29 Bad Guys – Kerning City (from Maplestory), feat. Super Guitar Bros, Charlie Rosen, MegaRan

10:34 Wings That Cross Time (from Chrono Trigger), feat. Andrew Sumabat, Josh Vasquez

sans (from Undertale), feat. Skatune Network, Ryan Slatko

12:00 Monkey Target (from Super Monkey Ball 2), feat. Insaneintherainmusic, Patrick Bartley, Khrys Williams, The Consouls

12:38 Yugioh Anime Intro (from Yu-Gi-Oh!), feat. Dave Pollack, Jasper Dutz, Max Boiko, Ryan Slatko, Joe Etzine

16:47 Bad Guys – Kerning City (from Maplestory), feat. Super Guitar Bros, Charlie Rosen, MegaRan

17:46 Bad Guys – Kerning City (from Maplestory), feat. Super Guitar Bros, Charlie Rosen, MegaRan

21:03 Roll The Dice! feat. Zac Zinger, Adam Neely

24:02 Roll The Dice! feat. Zac Zinger, Adam Neely

25:34 Next Chapter, feat. Insaneintherainmusic, Videri String Quartet

27:12 Next Chapter, feat. Insaneintherainmusic, Videri String Quartet

21:18 Three Lives Left -Feat. Ryan Devlin, Tony Dickinson

31:04 Three Lives Left -Feat. Ryan Devlin, Tony Dickinson

32:52 Three Lives Left -Feat. Ryan Devlin, Tony Dickinson

sans (from Undertale), feat. Skatune Network, Ryan Slatko

39:08 Monkey Target (from Super Monkey Ball 2), feat. Insaneintherainmusic, Patrick Bartley, Khrys Williams, The Consouls

41:57 Monkey Target (from Super Monkey Ball 2), feat. Insaneintherainmusic, Patrick Bartley, Khrys Williams, The Consouls

44:50 To Zanarkand (from Final Fantasy X), feat. Casey Lee Williams, Tournament Arc, Dave Pollack

47:07 Ain’t Nothin’ Like a Funky Beat (from Lethal League Blaze), feat. Patrick Bartley, Juna Serita

49:29 Ain’t Nothin’ Like a Funky Beat (from Lethal League Blaze) -Feat. Patrick Bartley, Juna Serita

52:45 Yugioh Anime Intro (from Yu-Gi-Oh!), feat. Dave Pollack, Jasper Dutz, Max Boiko, Ryan Slatko, Joe Etzine

53:39 Yugioh Anime Intro (from Yu-Gi-Oh!), feat. Dave Pollack, Jasper Dutz, Max Boiko, Ryan Slatko, Joe Etzine

1:06:08 Bad Guys – Kerning City (from Maplestory), feat. Super Guitar Bros, Charlie Rosen, MegaRan

1:06:40 Other Sprouts, by Sam Keenan

Level 254: Dom Palombi’s Game Night! Vol. 2 originally appeared on Level With Emily Reese on March 29, 2024.

Level 254: Dom Palombi’s Game Night! Vol. 2

We loved having bandleader and drummer/percussionist Dom Palombi back to talk about his new album, Dom Palombi’s Game Night! Vol. 2. There are about twice as many musicians on this album than on Vol. 1, with what Dom describes as more personal track choices than before.

The musicianship is just beyond measure, and it’s a fun, adventurous, delightful, funky romp through some great tunes. The three originals are fantastic. ENJOY!

Join us on Discord for free. Find this conversation on YouTube.

PLAYLIST
from Dom Palombi’s Game Night, Vol 2

00:00 Wings That Cross Time (from Chrono Trigger), feat. Andrew Sumabat, Josh Vasquez

7:48 Bad Guys – Kerning City (from Maplestory), feat. Super Guitar Bros, Charlie Rosen, MegaRan

9:29 Bad Guys – Kerning City (from Maplestory), feat. Super Guitar Bros, Charlie Rosen, MegaRan

10:34 Wings That Cross Time (from Chrono Trigger), feat. Andrew Sumabat, Josh Vasquez

sans (from Undertale), feat. Skatune Network, Ryan Slatko

12:00 Monkey Target (from Super Monkey Ball 2), feat. Insaneintherainmusic, Patrick Bartley, Khrys Williams, The Consouls

12:38 Yugioh Anime Intro (from Yu-Gi-Oh!), feat. Dave Pollack, Jasper Dutz, Max Boiko, Ryan Slatko, Joe Etzine

16:47 Bad Guys – Kerning City (from Maplestory), feat. Super Guitar Bros, Charlie Rosen, MegaRan

17:46 Bad Guys – Kerning City (from Maplestory), feat. Super Guitar Bros, Charlie Rosen, MegaRan

21:03 Roll The Dice! feat. Zac Zinger, Adam Neely

24:02 Roll The Dice! feat. Zac Zinger, Adam Neely

25:34 Next Chapter, feat. Insaneintherainmusic, Videri String Quartet

27:12 Next Chapter, feat. Insaneintherainmusic, Videri String Quartet

21:18 Three Lives Left -Feat. Ryan Devlin, Tony Dickinson

31:04 Three Lives Left -Feat. Ryan Devlin, Tony Dickinson

32:52 Three Lives Left -Feat. Ryan Devlin, Tony Dickinson

sans (from Undertale), feat. Skatune Network, Ryan Slatko

39:08 Monkey Target (from Super Monkey Ball 2), feat. Insaneintherainmusic, Patrick Bartley, Khrys Williams, The Consouls

41:57 Monkey Target (from Super Monkey Ball 2), feat. Insaneintherainmusic, Patrick Bartley, Khrys Williams, The Consouls

44:50 To Zanarkand (from Final Fantasy X), feat. Casey Lee Williams, Tournament Arc, Dave Pollack

47:07 Ain’t Nothin’ Like a Funky Beat (from Lethal League Blaze), feat. Patrick Bartley, Juna Serita

49:29 Ain’t Nothin’ Like a Funky Beat (from Lethal League Blaze) -Feat. Patrick Bartley, Juna Serita

52:45 Yugioh Anime Intro (from Yu-Gi-Oh!), feat. Dave Pollack, Jasper Dutz, Max Boiko, Ryan Slatko, Joe Etzine

53:39 Yugioh Anime Intro (from Yu-Gi-Oh!), feat. Dave Pollack, Jasper Dutz, Max Boiko, Ryan Slatko, Joe Etzine

1:06:08 Bad Guys – Kerning City (from Maplestory), feat. Super Guitar Bros, Charlie Rosen, MegaRan

1:06:40 Other Sprouts, by Sam Keenan

Level 254: Dom Palombi’s Game Night! Vol. 2 originally appeared on Level With Emily Reese on March 29, 2024.

“Star Trek: New Frontier: Restoration” Review by Unitedfederationofcharles.blogspot.com

Unitedfederationofcharles.blogspot.com has added a new review for ‘s “Star Trek: New Frontier: Restoration”:

This is the Western installment of the New Frontier series and I mean that in the most direct TOS sort of way. There’s a big desert planet, an evil cattle baron, and Captain Calhoun comes down to become the new Sheriff in town. I actually love when Star Trek does this sort of stuff because as nonsensical and weird as it is, it is fully the kind of genre-bending I enjoy. It also doesn’t take place in a holodeck and I give props for that.

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“Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: The Dog of War TPB” Review by Positivelytrek.com

Positivelytrek.com has added a new review for and ‘s “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: The Dog of War TPB”:

In this episode of the Positively Trek Book Club, hosts Dan and Brandi discuss Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: The Dog of War, a comic miniseries from IDW that was recently released as a graphic novel. We talk about all five issues, including Quark’s discovery of his love of one dog in particular, Sisko’s dilemma, and the mysterious shadowy organization with the ridiculous name “The Brokers on the Black Market.”

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“Star Trek: Lower Decks – Crew Handbook” Review by Trekclivos79.blogspot.com

Trekclivos79.blogspot.com has added a new review for ‘s “Star Trek: Lower Decks – Crew Handbook”:

No secret, I love Lower Decks so after a recent acquisition of the Beckett Mariner Funko Pop, the Crew Handbook was always going to be on the list.

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“Star Trek: Picard: Firewall” Review by Beforewegoblog.com

Beforewegoblog.com has added a new review for ‘s “Star Trek: Picard: Firewall”:

Star Trek: Picard is a controversial spin off in my circle as it draws out very strong emotions from its viewers. Some people love it, some people hate it, and some people’s feelings change between the seasons. On my end, I think the Picard show was of varying quality but came up with some of the best ideas the franchise ever had. Also, I think that it has consistently produced some of the best novels that Star Trek has ever produced. THE LAST BEST HOPE by Doctor Una McCormack and ROGUE ELEMENTS by John Jackson Miller are two of my all time favorite Star Trek novels ever. FIREWALL by David Mack is now up there as well.

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“Star Trek: The Autobiography of Benjamin Sisko” Review by Trekclivos79.blogspot.com

Trekclivos79.blogspot.com has added a new review for ‘s “Star Trek: The Autobiography of Benjamin Sisko”:

Producing an autobiography of a character who has transcended the physical plane has to be one of the most difficult assignments to come from this book series.

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