The Borg Queen had a complicated history in Star Trek lore Originally played by Alice Krige in the Next Generation feature First Contact (1996), the actress would reprise her role for Voyager Also playing her on the UPN series was Susanna Thompson and now Picard presents us with Annie Wersching's take, who spoke with The[...]
Following in the mechanical footsteps of Alice Krige and Susanna Thompson, Wersching will be taking on the role of the Borg Queen Considering time & time travel will play a major factor in the upcoming season, there are a number of storyline possibilities available for Wersching's Borg Queen. Images: Amazon/Paramount Plus Now here's a look back at[...]
One of the most memorable episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation is the season four episode "Family." It has the distinction as one of the most grounded episodes of the science fiction series as it followed what many regard as its best in the season three cliffhanger "The Best of Both Worlds." Following the[...]
In the two-part episode, "Descent", the destructive ramifications of free thought into the collective was long overshadowed by Lore's (Spiner) psychopathic drive to lead the Borg to do his bidding while enthralling Data with negative emotions In Star Trek: First Contact (1996), the plot conveniently made Picard forget his dealings with Hugh and revert back[...]
Star Trek: Picard executive producer Akiva Goldsman penned and posted an original and timely Admiral's Log entry that every fan should read.
8, "Broken Pieces") (https://youtu.be/Uyou8kgKnjg) Seven: Borg Queen Meanwhile, Seven (Jeri Ryan) comes to Elnor's (Evan Evagoria) rescue She takes control of the Borg cube occupied by the Romulans Linking with the cube, Seven becomes the queen controlling the drones to stop the Narissa (Peyton List) Before the drones overwhelm her, the Romulans release the airlock jettisoning thousands[...]
We look at the introduction of one of the franchise's most memorable characters Hugh, played by Jonathan Del Arco – and also take a look at Spock's (Leonard Nimoy) post-Federation purpose in life in "Unification". CBS "Star Trek: The Next Generation" – "I, Borg" "I, Borg" took place late in TNG's fifth season exchanging roles of the Enterprise and[...]
In the following image, Jonathan Del Arco's former Borg drone Hugh (first introduced in classic Star Trek: The Next Generation episode "I, Borg") looks to have a good amount of his "body hardware" removed From what we've seen from the trailer and previews, High appears to be on "Team Picard" – in a month, Star[...]
We've got war-torn planets, imaginary (???) Data, "Borg-a-palooza", Dr Agnes Jurati (Alison Pill) looking mind-meldy, Romulans, and… Riker?!? Last month, CBS All Access released a new set of preview images that gives fans a fresh perspective on the new (and some familiar) faces: Pictured (l-r): Patrick Stewart as Picard; Jonathan Frakes as Riker of the the CBS[...]
Chronicle books is bringing five exclusive patches to SDCC next month celebrating Game of Thrones and Star Trek! Which will you pick up?
I love this to death, no complaints. Next up we have a sticker featuring a Borg cube with the words "Resistance Is Futile" along the bottom There really isn't much to write about this one, it's just a sticker thrown into the mix for Trek fans to throw on their car or laptop It's[...]
Oh look, there's Borg Locutus Seven Of Nine And the Queen And they've got Next Gen's Brannon Braga to write it… STAR TREK NEXT GENERATION HIVE #1 IDEA & DESIGN WORKS LLC (W) Brannon Braga, Terry Matalas (A) Joe Corroney, Photo (CA) Photo, Joe Corroney Celebrating the 25th anniversary of Star Trek: The Next Generation! In the distant future the[...]
It will feature the Borg and the Cybermen. It is written by Scott and David Tipton, who wrote a number of Star Trek comics for IDW, as well working on IDW's Infestation crossover series. It will be drawn by J.K Woodward, best known for his Fallen Angel work for the company. That's all I know for now… and,[...]