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Star Trek: Strange New Worlds Showrunner Coy on Khan Involvement
Anyone who's remotely familiar with the sci-fi franchise's canon knows she shares the last name of Star Trek's most infamous villain in Khan Noonien-Singh from the TOS episode "Space Seed" and in the theatrical second film The Wrath of Khan (1982) originally played by Ricardo Montalbán At the Television Critics Association, executive producer and showrunner[...]
Nicholas Meyer on 'Star Trek: Into Darkness', 'Ceti Alpha V' TV Series
There is no right answer on your favorite version of the Enterprise, your favorite Starfleet captain, but- Trek fans can all agree that Star Trek: Into Darkness was a poor copy of it's Wrath of Khan predecessor. "Hells Heart" by artist meksicano Nicholas Meyer, director of Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, has finally offered a comment on the 2013[...]
Exiles #2 cover by David Marquez and Matthew Wilson
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Blink, Khan, and Iron Lad narrowly escape demise at the hands (or mouth) of the Time-Eater The three universe-hopping heroes find themselves in another version of Asgard, witnessing a Valkyrie in heated combat with Surtur, the Fire Demon The Exiles aid Valkyrie against Surtur and his monstrous horde. Exiles #2 cover by David Marquez and[...]
Forty-Five Thoughts About Forty-Five Comics – Justice League, New Warriors, Harley Quinn, Quantum & Woody, Amazing X-Men, Batwoman, Animal Man, Terminator, BPRD, Conan, God Is Dead, Extinction Parade, GI Joe, Daredevil, Captain America, Uncanny X-Men, Avengers World, Unity, Bloodshot And The Hard Corps, Curse, Dawn Of The Jedi, White Suits, Strain, Vader, DHP, Skyman, Bad Ass, Kings Watch, Voice In The Dark, Midas Flesh, Adventure Time, Robocop, Loki, Joyners 3D, Morning Glories, Alex + Ada, Peter Panzerfaust, Undertow, Savage Dragon, Khan, Jericho, Godzilla, Real American Hero, Ben 10 and TMNT Conspiracy
And at least one of them appears to be a younger possibly female Kevin Smith. That was the spookiest way that Location, Location, Location ever began, when Khan took over the presenting role. Hands, face, teeth and get in pyjamas? Maybe a song and a story? That's how it goes in our house anyway You clearly have[...]
Thirty-Seven Thoughts About Thirty-Six Comics – X-Files, Avengers World, Ultimate Spider-Man, Cataclysm, Batwing, Point One, Walking Dead, God Is Dead, A+X, AI, Batman/Superman, Regular Show, Savage Wolverine, Wolverine, Cryptozoic Man, Red Rover Charlie, Forever Evil: Asylum, Protocol Orphans, Robocop Last Stand, Gravel, Stitched, Adventure Time, Suicide Risk, Minimum Wage, Crossed Badlands, Revolutionary War, Black Widow, TMNT, Green Arrow, The Movement, Phantom Stranger, X-Factor, Aphrodite IX, Shadowman, Bloodshot, Sex Criminals And Khan
I wonder what Cumworld is like on coke though? Well, from Star Trek: Khan #4, I guess Khan does get to be put behind glass which a procession of folk walk up to look at him Must be that enigmatic smile… Okay, time to fetch the kids See what they think of Adventure Time and Regular Show[...]
Thirty Thoughts About Thirty Comics – Iron Man, Earth 2, Superior Spider-Man, Bionic Man, Batman/Superman, X-Men Legacy, Batwing, Green Arrow,  Phantom Stranger, Fearless Defenders, Detective Comics, Elephantmen, Khan, Spawn,  Burn The Orphanage, Happy Kitty, Judge Dredd, The Revenger, Velvet, Carbon Grey, Great Pacific, Guardians Of The Galaxy, Secret Avengers, Think Tank, Doctor Who, Black Bat, Deadworld, Dinosaurs Attack, Transformers And TMNT Shredder (UPDATE)
You know where this sort of thing leads? Exactly, Khan has some strong opinions on the matter in Star Trek… Spawn also goes for some species origin thing as Todd McFarlane turns into Dave Sim and rewrites life, the universe and everything. Burn The Orphanage does make quite a point Will anyone oblige? Thank you Happy Kitty,[...]
New York Comic Khaaaaaaaaaaaaaan 2013
Today sees the release of Star Trek: Khan #1 in all good comic book stores. You may need to prepare yourself Here, thanks to New York Comic Con is a refresher course. [youtube][/youtube] Today sees the release of Star Trek: Khan #1 in all good comic book stores. You may need to prepare yourself[...]
Khaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaan Comic To Tell The Story Of Star Trek's Eugenic Wars
Benedict Cumberbatch's portrayal of Khan in Star Trek Into Darkness is being explored in a new IDW comic called Star Trek: Khan, going back into his history and that of the Eugenics Wars that were meant to happen twenty years ago or so. By Mike Johnson and Claudia Balboni, and overseen by Roberto Orci, the comic[...]
The Khan Conspiracy – Thursday Trending Topics
 Diehard fans had to explain it to their friends back then, and perhaps the hardcore fans can explain Khan now for Star Trek Into Darkness too. Most-Read Comic Stories Today: Marvel's Land Grab On DC In March No big showboating, no exclusive agreements, just quietly taking names associated with DC Comics I expect more people to notice if[...]
Tuesday Trending Topics: No Khan
Simon Pegg on rumors that Khan is the new Star Trek villain: "I think people just want to have a scoop It annoys me – it's beyond the point to just ferret around for spoilers all the time to try to be the first to break them… It just spoils the film It masquerades as[...]