Now we need an excuse to get Billy Crystal in Star Trek.
I've been away for a bit and missed this until Kalidor mentioned it in another thread. It breaks my brain, but I love it. This gives me vibes of the time Steven Universe crossed over with Uncle Grandpa, characters insisted it wasn't canon, and also a major plot point of the SU arc happened there.Strange New Worlds season 2 will feature a crossover from Lower Decks!!!!! Holy Great Bird of the Galaxy!!!!!!!!!!
Not everyone agrees with it but it was canonized in Enterprise.I don't see anything to feel one way or the other on in that teaser, nothing in the least bit surprising. But Chapel is totally rocking that outfit at 0:35.
The TOS Klingons have an established look in the TOS movies, which was a retcon of their appearance in TO actual S. Anything else is a joke from an episode of Deep Space 9.
If this season of SNW is nothing but the good feels of comfort food Trek that teaser was, I'm honestly not going to complain.
Oof, I hope not. They built to that a fair bit through S1 and pulled a classic TNG season cliffhanger. If they spent all that on a cross-media gimmick thing and I have to hunt down comic books I'm going to be very disappointed.I'm kinda worried that the Number One storyline from the S1 finale will be dealt with offscreen in that IDW miniseries that, I think, hasn't concluded yet.
Yeah but I feel the same for Enterprise, so these interpretations differThe Klingon stuff doesn't bother me since the TMP design was how all Klingons were supposed to look in the first place (I'd argue it was ENT that made the whole thing worse, Worf's offhand comment in DS9 is fine). Also TOS should really just be treated as a series of concepts as opposed to something to be firmly adhered to, so redesigns are things I don't really mind as long as they get the point across and are faithful to the general ideas.
Yeah, that was weird.Oh yeah. One more mention of something that annoyed me... Kirk isn't "from space". He's from Iowa. He just works in space.
Well, depending on how you look at the inflection point between the Prime timeline and the Kelvin timeline, Kirk was likely born on a ship in space.