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Lower Decks’ Mike McMahan on How Information Is the Human Heart of Star Trek

We remember the original Star Trek: The Next Generation episode “Lower Decks” for the unique novelty of its unlikely ensign stars. While that idea (and name) might have provided the framework for the animated Star Trek: Lower Decks, for its showrunner …

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Creators of Combat Wheelchair Miniatures on the Challenges of Pushing RPGs to a More Inclusive Future

There’s a popular saying in the cosplay community: “Cosplay is for everyone.” This expands to nerd culture as a whole, but sometimes fandoms need a boost. This is where designer Sara Thompson’s The Combat Wheelchair Dungeons & Dragons mod comes int…

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An Inside Look at the Making of Star Trek: The Motion Picture

Star Trek’s first foray to the box office is a strange beast—a gorgeous, haunting exploration of the franchise’s love of the cosmos wrapped up in an overwrought, over-long plot. So it’s perhaps a good thing that a new making-of book puts the spotlight …

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What It’s Like Helping Shape the Artistic Worlds of Magic: The Gathering

Over decades of card sets, Magic: The Gathering has fleshed out whole universes and elemental planes of truly magical beings, creatures, and landscapes. It does it with rules, it does it with funny flavor text, but above all Magic sells its mystical re…

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Peek Into The X-Files: The Official Archives for More Details on the Show’s Creepiest Cases

Why do we love The X-Files so much? Well, Scully and Mulder, of course—and while the show was famous for its alien conspiracy mythology, we confess to preferring its signature monster-of-the-week episodes. A fascinating new book digs into some of the s…

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