Trekkers, Trekkies, Trek… erm… fans? Whatever you call yourselves, we know from experience that there are a lot of you here with us at Last Movie Outpost. And quite right too, an online home that we are to many of our fellow geeks and sci-fi fans including those that love Star Trek.
Many of us love it so much that we really don’t like it anymore after what has been done to it. So let us remember the good times. As we become older and grumpier we start to understand that our parents and grandparents were right, many things were just better in the past.
Remember when I did Part 1? No? Well, I admit it’s been a while. I’m back to editing and here you go with Part 2!
Of course, it has been so long that you may not even remember the first edition, or have forgotten it. Here it is, in all its glory. Take some time to reacquaint yourselves with it and join us as we celebrate all things Star Trek.
Star Trek may have been first broadcast, way back in 1966, in Canada. It may have been canceled after just three seasons. It may be treated badly by its current custodians. However, you just can’t keep it down.
It remains a worldwide pop-culture phenomenon spanning films, television series, video games, novels, and comic books. With an estimated $10.6 billion in revenue and climbing, Star Trek is one of the most recognizable and highest-grossing media franchises of all time.
Imagine what it could be if they treated it right?