Nicholas Meyer Archives

Star Trek: Nicholas Meyer on Clash over Spock’s Wrath of Khan Death
Director Nicholas Meyer, who was a creative force in The Original Series films, drew from multiple sources of inspiration for the vengeance-driven film Khan has been a source of relevance as of late given the current Paramount+ series Star Trek: Strange New Worlds with his ancestor La'an as the current Enterprise security chief and played[...]
Star Trek: Strange New Worlds Showrunner Coy on Khan Involvement
Writer & director Nicholas Meyer has been a part of some of Star Trek's biggest milestones as a cinematic franchise, notably as director of what many argue is the best of The Original Series films in The Wrath of Khan (1982) He also helmed their final sendoff in 1991's The Undiscovered Country While it might[...]
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[...]
KHAAAN! Star Trek's Khan To Get Limited Series From Nicholas Meyer
Our friends over at Geek Exchange are stating that multiple sources have told them that Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan writer and director Nicholas Meyer is moving on from his work on Star Trek: Discovery to develop a miniseries involving Captain Kirk's nemesis, Khan Noonien Singh Details thus far are thin, but it[...]
Barzinga Episode 2: Batbeer!
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Artist Spotlight – Ron Joseph From IDW's The Seven-Per-Cent Solution
The artist is Ron Joseph who has been working on Nicholas Meyer's The Seven-Per-Cent Solution for IDW Publishing You can follow Ron on Twitter or Deviant Art. Bleeding Cool: How did you get started drawing? Ron Joseph: I've been drawing almost all my life; started so early that I can't even remember when it was! My family still insists[...]