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STAR TREK: ENTERPRISE resumed production last week with the fourth season premiere "Storm Front, Part 1," the beginning of a multi-episode storyline that will find Archer stuck in a Nazi-dominated 1944 in which the World War II villains are being aided by an alien race called the 'Na'khul'.

The second part of "Storm Front" is slated to go before cameras next Monday, and TrekWeb has learned that the episode will involve more temporal craziness. As 'Vosk', the alien leader who seems to be leading their effort to help the Nazis occupy the East Coast of the United States, seeks to determine whether temporal agents are foiling their plan.

Vosk's new assistant 'Kraul' is charged with investigating prisoners' status as temporal agents and is satisfied that they aren't. Meanwhile, we also learn that Vosk maintains a temporal conduit in his compound, and Archer works with other resistence fighters to prevent the Na'Khul's interference with Earth's past.

"Storm Front, Part 2" will be directed by David Straiton from a script by Manny Coto. The episode will air likely in September.


Sturm Front Teil II:

Archer arbeitet mit dem Widerstand zusammen um die Eingriffe der Na'Khul in die Vergangenheit der Erde zu verhinderng, Vosk hat einen Assitenten namesn Kraul der Gefangene verh├Ârt um sicherzustellen das keine Temporalen Agenten den Na'Kuhl in die Quere kommen....

Quelle: Trekweb

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von trekweb.com

hab keine lust zu ├╝bersetzen smile.gif daher hab ich die wichtigesten stellen unterstrichen, die d├╝rften auch verst├Ąndlich sein
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The rumor mill shows no signs of slowing down any time soon. Producer Rick Berman let more fly at the UPN fall press preview in Los Angeles yesterday. According to Sci-Fi Wire, the STAR TREK: ENTERPRISE and feature franchise head honcho offered no shortage of spoilers on a range of subjects. On the topic of a much-discussed William Shatner guest appearance on the series, Berman revealed that the actor would most certainly play 'James T. Kirk':

"He had a terrific episode [idea], and we had a nice long lunch meeting with him a couple of weeks ago," Berman says. "And there's a lot of things that need to get ironed out in terms of scheduling, in terms of money. ... But he would play an incarnation of a' Kirk', yes. He would not be playing another character."

Berman also layed out a map for the first few episodes of the season.

"The first two episodes ["Storm Front"] are going to be a small arc," he says. "And then there's going to be a single episode. And then there's going to be a three-episode arc. And there's going to be some levity, and there's also going to be some heavy subjects dealt with."

The second arc he speaks of has been confirmed as a story involving a guest appearance of Brent Spiner ('Data') as the great-great-grandfather of 'Dr. Noonien Soong' who opposes the development of artificial intelligence.

The exec also revealed two more upcoming guest stars: THE SOPRANOS Steve Schirripa will appear in the season premiere; and GIRLFRIENDS' Golden Brooks will do a stint. The former may play one of the NYC mobsters-turned-freedom-fighters that teams up with 'Archer' and 'Alicia Silvers', an African American resistance figher likely played by Brooks.

Joining Berman in the spoiler-filled press conference was Jolene Blalock, who dropped the bomb that her character 'T'Pol' "may" be getting married in episode three. Berman added that the entire Temporal Cold War will be wrapped up by the end of episode two, and that despite contradictory remarks of late, co-creator and co-executive producer Brannon Braga will take on a "more executive role" as Manny Coto is the new "show runner."

On the feature side of things, Berman added more intrigue to the reports of a prequel (possibly STARFLEET ACADEMY, story) film being in the early stages of development. He revealed that he's having a meeting with STAR TREK: FIRST CONTACT and INSURRECTION and THUNDERBIRDS helmer Jonathan Frakes ('Riker') about the project soon. Sci-Fi Wire says Berman has had "talks" with Frakes ahead of the meeting.

"I spoke to Jonathan about a half an hour ago," Berman said "There are very, very early conversations going on about a film project. But they're so early that it's really kind of silly to talk about it now."

He again emphasized that the project has absolutely no relation to any existing STAR TREK characters.

"It would be an entirely new setting and an entirely new set of characters, and it would take place prior to any of the series, including ENTERPRISE."


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Beitrag 21. Jul 2004, 21:38
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Ich h├Ątte ja nicht gedacht, da├č ich das mal ├╝ber 'nen Berman-Kommentar sagen w├╝rde, aber:

HELL YEAH!
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Tsch├╝├č, wirrer TCW...

Kirk vor, noch ein Tor! cool.gif *freu*

Klingt alles sehr gut. Verbock' das nur nicht, Berman...


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Beitrag 21. Jul 2004, 21:48
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'T'Pol' "may" be getting married in episode three.

Darf ich mir das in etwa so vorstellen?




Na das kann heiter werden....
Stellt euch ein "Familientreffen" zwischen den Sippen der Beiden vor...

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Beitrag 21. Jul 2004, 21:55
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hoffentlich gibts noch ne f├╝nfte staffel:


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was sagt ihr eigentlich dazu, dass "starfleet acadamy" noch VOR enterprise spielen soll?


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Beitrag 21. Jul 2004, 22:06
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Davon halte ich GAR NIX. Prequels suck!

Aber au├čer dem Computerspiel (in der Kirk-├ära) war ich eigentlich auich nie sonderlich erpicht, das "SA"-Konzept verwirklicht zu sehen...

Wer malt eigentlich diese Cartoons? Kult!

Ach ja: es k├Ânnte doch genausogut dieser Dingsbums sein, den Polly schon mal heiraten sollte, der nun wieder auf den Plan tritt, oder? Aus Breaking the Ice?


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QUOTE (Der RvD @ 21. Jul 2004, 23:06)
Aber au├čer dem Computerspiel (in der Kirk-├ära) war ich eigentlich auich nie sonderlich erpicht, das "SA"-Konzept verwirklicht zu sehen...

was ist das SA-prinzip?

hier der link zu den ganzen bildern -> http://www.thequillpen.net/enterpriseoddities/home.html


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Beitrag 21. Jul 2004, 22:13
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SA = Starfleet Academy

War beim Bund, k├╝rze deswegen alles gerne ab. mrgreen.gif

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Beitrag 21. Jul 2004, 23:07
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Prequel hier, Prequel da... rolleyes.gif Und was soll das ganze eigentlich werden? Ein KINOFILM? Sieht f├╝r mich eher nach TV Movie-Stoff aus. Soso, ein DS9-Film liegt also nicht drin, aber ├╝ber einen Starfleet Academy Film machen sich die Leutz da tats├Ąchlich ernsthaft Gedanken...? confused4.gif

Das Comeback von Shatner gibt mir ebenfalls etwas zu denken, sieht nach rating stunt aus. Und wenn er eine "Leistung" wie in "Generations" erbringt, kann er IMO gleich zu Hause bleiben.

Nicht gerade tolle Aussichten f├╝r ENT und Trek generell, IMO.
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07.21.2004
Producers Reveal Tidbits about Season 4

WARNING!  CONTAINS SPOILERS!

A 22nd-century Dr. Soong, a shadow of the Eugenics Wars, a Vulcan civil war and the possible reincarnation of Surak ... these are some of the epic ideas being developed right now for the unfolding fourth season of Star Trek: Enterprise.

Tuesday night UPN held its annual summer party for the Television Critics Association (TCA) — like every network does — where reporters get to mingle with the producers and cast members of its various shows. This year the party took place at Shutters, a ritzy hotel on the beach in Santa Monica, on an upstairs outdoor deck overlooking the ocean.

Attending from Enterprise were producers Rick Berman, Brannon Braga and Manny Coto, and actors Scott Bakula, Jolene Blalock, Connor Trinneer, Dominic Keating, John Billingsley, and Linda Park with her boyfriend Tom Hardy (yes, the Picard clone from "Star Trek Nemesis"). We managed to catch up with most of them throughout the evening, but today we will bring you our interviews with the producers, and save our conversations with the actors for a later article.

We were particularly excited about the chance to speak with Manny Coto, who came on last season with the title of co-executive producer and is now considered a "show runner." Coto has been widely praised by the actors, his fellow producers, and fans alike for bringing a creative shot in the arm to Star Trek: Enterprise, beginning with his script for "Similitude." He had just come from the Showtime series Odyssey 5, which ended after one season, but Berman and Braga saw the show and liked his work, and after interviewing him hired him as co-executive producer.

We asked Coto, what unique creative vision does he think he brings to the show? "Well, first and foremost, I bring a passionate love of all things Star Trek," he said. "I've loved Star Trek since I was a little kid. When Star Trek Communicator magazine was doing a little article on me, I went through my box of old photos, and I found a shot of me at age 11 watching Star Trek on TV, with a picture of Spock on the screen. In that same box I found a comic book that I had written — I must have written this when I was 10 — and it was a Star Trek comic book, with 'Beam me up Scotty' and all this. And I realized, 'Oh my God, I've been doing this my entire life!'"

He attended conventions in his hometown of Orlando, Florida, and has followed the subsequent series, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine and Voyager, "all the way."

We asked Coto to elaborate on the "showrunner" role he's taken on with Enterprise. "What's been publicized, that Rick and Brannon have stepped back and I've moved in, is not exactly true. I've kinda moved in with them, so to speak, so we're all three running the show. I'm actually more in charge of writing, I guess, dealing with the writers and the 'writing room,' coming up with stories that Rick and Brannon approve or not approve, or give notes on."

"A lot of the stories that we're doing this season — so far, the first half of the season — are stories that I've come up with, or that Rick has come up with or that Brannon has pitched, and then we flesh them out in 'the room.'"

We asked if he could elaborate on some of these story ideas — especially pertaining to the recently reported guest role of Brent Spiner in three episodes. "Well, it's a very exciting arc. Brent is going to play an ancestor of Dr. Soong, the creator of Data. However, this character is more of a Dr. Frankenstein. He is not a benign individual. He has brought to life 20 embryos from the Eugenics era. So you have Soong who's leading a band of Khan Noonien Singh's, so to speak. He believes that genetic engineering was on the right track! He wants to improve humanity, and he believes that the Eugenics Wars were an aberration, that these individuals are the future of humanity. Of course he's wrong — they get away from him. They get out of control, and it becomes this three-episode saga that's kind of like 'Apocalypse Now' — Enterprise becomes kind of like a ship going up river, trying to find these individuals, with Soong on board."

Spiner's character will be named Arik (like "Eric") Soong. The backstory, Coto explains, begins 20 years prior to the time of Enterprise (presumably 2134), when Soong stole the 20 embryos which were secretly stored in a Starfleet facility, and brought them to term. Arik Soong is a notorious criminal, and Coto even compared him to Hannibal Lecter — "He's tried to escape many times, and he's feared, because Earth is still terrified of anything having to do with the Eugenics Wars." But his help is essential in tracking down the renegade "genetic supermen" who could ignite a war with the Klingons.

The adventure leads the ship to the "Borderland," which is an area of space between the Klingon Empire and the Orion Syndicate. This will be the first encounter with the Orions, and we will get to see the green "slave women" introduced in "The Cage."

"What I really wanted to do this season is make the episodes that I as a Star Trek fan would have to see. You know, as a fan of the original series, if I heard that they were doing the Orion slavers and the Eugenics Wars, I would have to be in front of that TV."

But we had to ask about the place of the Eugenics Wars in the Trek universe. In "Space Seed" it was clearly established that the Khan-led conflict occurred in the 1990s. However, in "Hatchery," Archer mentions that his great-grandfather fought in the Eugenics Wars (which would probably put them in the mid-21st century). How is Coto dealing with the chronology issue?

"I'm not dealing with it. There's no point. They were in the 1990s because the old series ran in 1966 and that was the future then. Clearly, we're in 2004, and there haven't been any Eugenics Wars that I know about! So, simply, the Eugenics Wars 'happened' — they happened in the past [relative to the current show]. I don't know how else to do it."

There is another three-episode story arc being planned for later in the season that Coto is tremendously enthused about, one that deals with a civil war on planet Vulcan. "If you've watched Enterprise and you watched the old series and Next Gen, you know that there's a difference between the Vulcans of our era and the Vulcans of later eras. Our Vulcans lie, our Vulcans are monolithic, our Vulcans are not pacifistic. What we've done is develop an idea: What if an individual appears on Vulcan who is saying to the populace that we have strayed from the teachings of Surak? This individual is like a Martin Luther. And he spawns a Vulcan civil war."

He nicknamed it "Vulcan of Arabia" because it's an epic story taking place almost entirely on the hot, desert planet. "It involves a Vulcan Reformation," he continued. "I'm equating the Vulcan High Command with the Catholic Church, which in medieval times strayed from the teachings of Christianity; similarly, the Vulcan High Command has strayed from the teachings of Surak. This individual wants to bring us back to those teachings, but it causes instability on Vulcan because he's preaching pacifism, he's preaching pure logic, he's preaching a return to the old ways. But, he not only believes in the teachings of Surak, he believes he is Surak. He claims that he possesses Surak's katra. Is that true or isn't it? We'll find out. But what happens is, with the instability on Vulcan, you have the Andorians trying to take advantage, and it threatens to destabilize the entire region. And of course, Enterprise will be stuck in the midst of this turmoil, and by the end of this three-episode arc, we will begin to see Vulcans approaching what they were in the later eras. We'll see the beginnings of a new Vulcan."

"It's gonna be a blast. I'm picturing the scene where two Vulcan armies are poised on the desert — what's gonna happen, will they or will they not fight?"

In this epic story arc, he also promised a subplot which will unravel into a very intriguing plot twist.

Of course, these ambitious plans beg the question of whether there will be enough budget to realize such imaginative visions, given reports that UPN is paying Paramount a lower license fee for the show. "The budget has gone down slightly, but it's not gone down as much as has been reported. We're not slaving under a horrible miniscule budget at all. You're not going to notice," he promised.

"It should be a fun season."


We also caught up with one of Coto's partners in crime, Brannon Braga, and got him to talk about the first story arc of the season, the followup to the cliffhanger of "Zero Hour" starting with "Storm Front" (which is in production right now). It's been rumored that this "Nazi story" will wrap up the Temporal Cold War throughline. Is that true?

"Our intention is to resolve the Temporal Cold War once and for all," Braga replied. "It lingered for three seasons, and we would like to finish it off in grandiose fashion, and move on to new territory. So, with these episodes, it will be the last of Daniels, and the last of all of those elements." We will see Silik and the Suliban once again during the Nazi story, but Braga added that "most likely" it'll be the last time. "It's hard to say for sure, because we're so early in the season, but our intention is to be done with it."

Will the identity of "Future Guy," Silik's shadowy boss, ever be revealed? "Well, we've been debating that for quite some time, and I'll leave that question open. We haven't decided yet. We have some ideas about him — or her — or it. But we haven't settled on any one identity yet. It's still a question mark. The Temporal Cold War may resolve without Future Guy's identity being revealed."

It's been widely publicized that William Shatner could make a guest appearance on the show. What can he tell us about that? "There have been some preliminary discussions with William Shatner, but it's so far from being resolved that I hesitate to comment because I don't want to jinx it. We so badly want it to happen, but it's so early that I don't really have much to say about it. There's interest on both ends, but Bill is on a different series [Boston Legal], and we're just starting our season, and so much has to be done before it actually happens. We all have our fingers crossed."

Any notion yet what kind of story Shatner might be involved in if he does come on to the show? "There are some ideas floating about, but we're hesitant to commit to anything or start actively developing anything, until we know whether it's a reality," Braga said.

Earlier in the day, UPN held a press conference for the TCA with Les Moonves, co-president and co-COO of Viacom, and Dawn Ostroff, president of entertainment for UPN. The emphasis of the press conference was UPN's new shows and its revamped schedule in general, but Moonves — whose recent promotion puts him in charge of Paramount Television as well as UPN — and Ostroff took some time to speak about how Enterprise fits into the network's lineup.

Enterprise is moving to Friday at 8:00 p.m. ET/PT starting August 6, and the new episodes of Season 4 will begin October 8.

Ostroff commented that the Star Trek spinoff is one of the shows "that have the most loyal viewers on television," and expects the audience to follow it to Fridays. She said the season-long arc of last season "really worked well for us," but the fourth season mini-arcs "will allow people to come in and out a little more freely." She added, "We're very aggressive in 'stunt casting' this year, which I think will also bring in some viewers." She mentioned Spiner, but also noted that Golden Brooks of Girlfriends will guest star in the first few episodes. "And we're working on several other people."

Moonves spoke about the licensing fee cut (related story) that reportedly helped keep the show on the air. "Paramount came to us — that was before Paramount was reporting to me, so now I'm negotiating with myself," he joked, "and they made a very attractive offer to UPN to bring the show back... Obviously Paramount has a large syndication deal with Star Trek. They gave us a very attractive offer and therefore, it fit into our scheduling needs."

Moonves confirmed that, as Paramount chief, he would like to see Enterprise go a full seven years because of the syndication value. But as UPN chief, he has to make other considerations in the case of a show that's been seen as an underperformer for the network.

"If Star Trek had cost the license fee that it cost a year ago, a different decision may have been made," he said. "I can tell you right now the key, the priority goal, is building UPN." However, he believes the move to Friday for Enterprise, coupled with America's Next Top Model, is "a much better strategy. I think we'll do a much better number there with that show, and perhaps it can live for a number of years. We hope so."


OMG, Coto st├╝rzt die Vulkanier in einen B├╝rgerkrieg, die Leute die nach Surak leben (Reformisten) gegen die Leute im Highcommand ....

Aber lest selbst, direkt von StarTrek.com

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Ach ja: es k├Ânnte doch genausogut dieser Dingsbums sein, den Polly schon mal heiraten sollte, der nun wieder auf den Plan tritt, oder? Aus Breaking the Ice?

Koss? Ne wenn der irgendwelche Anspr├╝che stellt, dann darf der gute Malcolm entweder eine Sprengladung irgendwo anbringen, wo es in einem B├╝rgerkrieg nicht auff├Ąllt und der Architekt vom einem BGeb├Ąude erschlagen wird, oder Trip bekommt Nahkampf training von ihm verpasst!

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QUOTE (Voivod @ 22. Jul 2004, 00:07)
Prequel hier, Prequel da...┬á rolleyes.gif Und was soll das ganze eigentlich werden? Ein KINOFILM? Sieht f├╝r mich eher nach TV Movie-Stoff aus. Soso, ein DS9-Film liegt also nicht drin, aber ├╝ber einen Starfleet Academy Film machen sich die Leutz da tats├Ąchlich ernsthaft Gedanken...?┬á confused4.gif

Das Comeback von Shatner gibt mir ebenfalls etwas zu denken, sieht nach rating stunt aus. (...)

Das Shatner J.T.Kirk spielen soll finde ich schlicht GEIL! Jawohl... um nicht zu sagen MEGAGEIL oder auch ULTRAMEGAGEIL, aber wie auch immer, ich finds einfach nur GEIL. Geil, geil, geil laugh.gif

Genug der Geilheiten. Jedenfalls klingt das wesentlich aufregender als irgend eine GRANDPA-Story, die von einem Vorfahren von Jimmyboy handelt. Und das Berman Kirks Auftritt (die Erwartungen werden schliesslich enorm sein) nicht mit einer 08/15 Episode verbratet wird, sollte klar sein. Ich sagte "sollte"! wink.gif

Btw... warum kein Rettungsanker? War Worf f├╝r DS9 nicht auch eine Art von Rettungsanker? Und was ist mit den Borg? (Hey, ich red' nur von Scorpion) Und da wir schon dabei sind. Gastauftritte von bekannten Trekgr├Âssen waren (fast) immer toll. Siehe Spock und Scotty in TNG, Worf und Riker in DS9, Q und Riker in VOY etc...

Wenn die Folge nun noch von Coto oder Sussman geschrieben wird, leg ich auf unserem ENT-Tisch doch glatt einen Table-Dance hin biggrin.gif

Nun zum SA-Konzept. Ein "Beverly Hills in Space" wird es sicher nicht geben. Vielleicht ist die Akademie nur ein Aufh├Ąnger oder ein Detail wie z.Bsp. in Star Trek 2. Vielleicht will man sich damit die M├Âglichkeit geben "j├╝ngere" Schauspieler zu nehmen. Warum? Denkt einfach mal an Frodo, Spiderman, Annakin...

Das muss doch nicht grunds├Ątzlich schlecht sein! Eher seltsam finde ich Bermans Bemerkung Trek 11 solle noch VOR Ent spielen. confused4.gif

Wie viele Schiffe hat Starfleet noch mal? (Siehe: The Expanse)

Nachtrag: Berman hat scheinbar diesbez├╝glich schon mit einem gewissen Mr. Frakes telefoniert. Sucht er sich etwa schon einen neuen Regisseur?

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This will be the first encounter with the Orions, and we will get to see the green "slave women" introduced in "The Cage."
JAAAA! und darauf mussten wir ├╝ber 30 jahre warten mrgreen.gif

und diese geschichte mit dem civil war finde ich klasse... da kann man dann endlich dieses arrogante verhalten der vulkis in ENT erkl├Ąren ....

Manny Coto, wir lieben dich!


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Alles, was Coto sagt, klingt ERSTKLASSIG! smile.gif Man kaufe dem Mann ein Eis auf meine Rechnung...wink.gif

Aber: BRAGAAAA! Was hab' ich gesagt, die Schwachmaten wissen IMMER NOCH NICHT, wer der Future Guy ist! Mann, werd' doch lieber Einsiedler in Tibet oder sowas, das ist ja nur noch erb├Ąrmlich... mad.gif


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Hier haben schon eine kleine Vorschau auf den Spiegel.The Great Link


Vulkanierin in Blau.


Der aalglatte Archer und seine Mitverschw├Ârer.


Jemand in einem Raumanzug auf der Br├╝cke der Defiant....


Der Doktor und sein Redshirt.


Travis empf├Ąngt Kommandos, aber kann Mirror Travis reden oder haben ihm die Andorianer die Zunge rausgeschnitten.

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Bild 1 mit T'Pol sieht irgendwie doof aus, das passt irgendwie nicht.
Aber der Rest macht neugierig und Lust auf mehr... viel mehr (was uns leider verg├Ânnt ist).


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Und noch mehr Bilder von "In a mirror darkly"

Mirror Archer hat offenbar seinen Spa├č...


Mirror Mayweather, es sieht fast so aus als m├Âchte er etwas sagen!


Mirror Mutanten Trip ...


Flottenadmiral Black!


Das MU Duo Infernale...


MU Reed macht sich schon einmal mit den neuen Waffen vertraut...

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QUOTE (logan3333 @ 14. Mar 2005, 23:21)
Hier haben schon eine kleine Vorschau auf den Spiegel.The Great Link


Vulkanierin in Blau.

Wahnsinn, das sieht vielleicht klasse aus. Coto ist ein genie. Da kann keine sagen: Das ist nicht Star Trek. laugh.gif

Andererseits werde ich schon wieder schwerm├╝tig, weil in 6 Folgen alles vorbei ist. B├╝hh├Ą├Ą├Ą├Ą├Ą├Ą├Ą├Ąh.


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