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Birth.Movies.Death. STAR TREK Issue

BIRTH.MOVIES.DEATH. boldly goes to the 23rd century with a special, extremely limited full-color issue dedicated to the 50th anniversary of STAR TREK! This magazine is jam-packed with articles and original art celebrating Gene Roddenberry's vision of a better future where the human adventure continues on strange new worlds and with some of the most beloved characters in pop culture history. From the original 1966 TV series to this summer's STAR TREK BEYOND, BMD's TREK issue will appeal to both the hardcore Trekkie and the newcomer to the continuing voyages of the starship Enterprise.

“Essentially what my father was trying to show was a better future. Not just a better future, but a better humanity…one that had empathy for different ideas and different philosophies.” – Rod Roddenberry, Executive Producer, STAR TREK: ALL ACCESS

Featuring: original, exclusive cover by Mondo artist Chris Skinner and a selection of some of Mondo’s most popular and beloved STAR TREK prints, as well as a work-in-progress discussion with Skinner on his conception of the cover;

A rich biography of Gene Roddenberry, The Great Bird of the Galaxy, by ENGAGE: THE OFFICIAL STAR TREK PODCAST host Jordan Hoffman;

An examination of the revolutionary influence of Lt. Uhura from THE ATLANTIC and VULTURE writer Angelica Jade Bastien;

An interview with Gene Roddenberry's son, Rod, on the upcoming STAR TREK series by LEGION OF LEIA host Jenna Busch;

A pictorial history of the evolution of the Enterprise and a look at how STAR TREK influenced real space travel by our science contributor Dr. Ray Wagner;

An exploration of the westerns that inspired STAR TREK's view of the future by contributor Priscilla Page.