Riker made me do it. Back to the show on Friday, remedy I promise.
I’m really stretching the form here: Miles flouncing off panel! It’s a big day for sequential art. I loved Odo’s little speech about coupling, because it sounded like the kind of point-missing defense of being alone that some kid would make. How convenient! And yes, that’s part of Odo’s character, that he’s a smart and […]
Clearly this will end well. Welcome to the world of imaginaaaaaation, Worf! Hey, did you see this thing the nuts over at Improvised Star Trek did? This thing that is Sixpence None The Richer’s “Kiss Me” performed in the original Klingon? Because it is amaaaaaazing.
I’m going to stop for a moment and note a major missed opportunity in my thinking about the genesis of this whole project: I’m pretty sure the Cardassians weren’t introduced to Star Trek continuity until some time in season four of Next Generation. Taken with the golden rule of Larp Trek continuity — if it […]
So far Worf seems like he’s a lot better at being Worf than he is at being Garak. But then, it ain’t easy being Garak, and, so, yes, QED. We’ll see how this plays out. But! Reversal of the character dynamic aside, they at least met at the replimat, and there was something resembling an […]
Min-max gamer that she is at heart, I think Troi is both (a) logging some billable counseling minutes here and (b) setting up Worf as an extension of her own reach in the game. Praiseworthy efficiency. Some of these, when I’m writing them, end up feeling more like straight fanfic than Star Trek Humor Joke, […]
I don’t actually care very much about Tahna Los — the A-plot of Past Prologue seemed more like an excuse to try and develop Kira’s backstory a bit than like a particularly compelling morality play or character piece in its own right — but I think Geordi would want to do a little something with […]
You have no idea how long it took me to find screencaps of episodes in which all of these different characters appeared in complete darkness. Aaaaaanyway. Reg Barclay: now technically in the strip. Also, hey, I mentioned this a month ago but I’m a couple more episodes in so: I’m doing a podcast, We Have […]
Dangit, Geordi, this could have been a contraction-free strip if you hadn’t gone and ruined it in the first panel. I’ve been thinking a bit about non-humans on Enterprise, and what a weird sort of deal that must be but how much it isn’t addressed on the show. That’s the downside of the Roddenberryan optimism […]
Man, I apparently have a lot to (force these characters to) say about cultural homogeneity and the pressure to pass in an allegedly egalitarian utopia in what is ostensibly a humorous comic strip about roleplaying Star Trek. Thank you for bearing with me, we’ll probably have something more actually-game-related on Friday if Data doesn’t accidentally […]