Christ, have I posted about Star Trek Discovery? No? Dunno why, but I can’t recall!
Anyway, if for some reason you haven’t heard, this is a new Star Trek TV series being developed.
I mentioned at one point that I am a reverse-Anime-convert: I grew up on anime, but grew out of it. The modern anime stories and concepts (and character designs) don’t appeal to me, but even then I’ve heard hype about this one: Attack on Titan, a manga by Hajime Isayama which has been adapted to an anime TV series. I’ve just been watching Series/Season 1, so this review is based on only that.
The great debate that never ends: Star Trek vs Star Wars. The most common question around this topic generally takes one of two forms: Star Trek vs Star Wars – Which is better? Or which one wins?
Star Trek turns 50 this week! (Whether the actual date is today or on Thursday depends on which side of the 49th Parallel you live on….)
Last night I finished watching the entire run of Enterprise, which in itself is quite remarkable since I couldn’t do it with any of the other Star Trek series. You might recall that I tried to watch Voyager but couldn’t stay interested after the first seven or eight episodes of Season 1.
Six months ago I made an effort to go back and watch Voyager (since I never got into it), and posted my initial thoughts on the series. As it turned out, I found the whole thing far too tedious and boring to watch; I couldn’t finish Season 2 and had to drop it before my tear ducts dried out.
I don’t know if watching Voyager actually caused me actual brain damage, because I subsequently watched the Star Trek Animated series and found that to be more entertaining. -_-
I mentioned before that I never saw many Star Trek Voyager episodes, but this last week I have gone back to the very beginning of the series and started watching it (thanks, on-demand TV!). I quickly realized that I haven’t seen any of these early episodes, but having now waded through the first 7 or 8 now, it’s easy to conclude why it never interested me enough to follow the show.