Star Trek Phase 2 eMagazines

STAR TREK: PHASE II eMAGAZINE

Star Trek: Phase II eMagazines are designed to give to access not found on the website or discussion forum. Each issue contains, interviews, exclusive photos, articles, posters, and downloads that give you an idea of what it takes to produce ST:P2. Download the issues below and view the eMagazines online or print them out and save them. If you have an idea for an article or would like to see something special covered in the eMagazine, please contact us at the link in the menu above and put "eMagazine" in the subject line of your e-mail. We hope you enjoy this look behind-the-scenes of Phase II.


Issue 1 – March 2007

Issue #1 – Premiere Issue – 33 Full-color Pages include: Interview with “WEaT” Director Marc Scott Zicree, Behind the Scenes Photos from the “WEaT” shoot, Fan Fiction by Charles Root, Interview with VFX Wizard Ron Thornton, Fan Reviews, Behind-the-Scenes Articles, posters, downloads, and much, much more is found in our first BTS eMagazine. 29.9MB Zipped file. You will need Acrobat Reader 7 or newer to read the eMagazine.

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Issue 2 – June 2007

Issue #2 – Special Interview Issue – 60+ pages of articles and interviews. Those interviewed include, Denise Crosby, Star Trek: First Voyages Co-Executive Producer Carlos Pedraza, Ben Tolpin (BaF’s Spock), Kim Stringer (Uhura), Meghan King Johnson (Rand), and more. Articles on TOS LCARS, Kirk’s Klingon Nemesis Kargh, posters, downloads, and more surprises. 29.9MB Zipped file. You will need Acrobat Reader 7 or newer to read the eMagazine.

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Issue 3 – September 2007

Issue #3 –53 Full-color pages. Interviews: David Gerrold, Joel Bellucci, Andy Bray, and Leslie Hoffman. James Cawley’s Captain’s Log, WEaT Fan Reaction, a BTS look at the California shoot of WEaT, WEaT Beverly Hills Premiere Report, more BTS Photos of the BaF shoot, Designing the new science ship Copernicus, VFX of ST:P2, "How Elvis Saved Star Trek" Ch. 9 Excerpt, Star Trek: Phase II En Español, DragonCon 2007 report , posters, downloads, and much, much more.

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Issue 4 – December 2007

Issue #4 – 72 Full-color pages. Interviews: Doug Drexler / Max Rem, Charles Root, Bobby Rice, Evan Fowler, TOS’ Lt. Kyle – John Winston, Leslie Hoffman (Pt. 2), Ralph Miller, and on Boyd. The latest news from the Captain’s Log, "In Harm’s Way" Storyboards, "How Elvis Saved Star Trek" Ch. 12 Excerpt, Phaser 3 Assault Rifle, Hugo Nomination Info, "The Measure of Success" Illustrated Adventure by Ron Boyd, and the 2008 Star Trek: Phase II Calendar. 9MB Zipped File. You will need Acrobat Reader 7 or newer to read the eMagazine.

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Issue 5 – April 2008

Issue #5 – 72 Full-color pages. Interviews: TSAMD-1969 Premiere Event Report, Daren Dochterman Interview, Jonathan Zungre Interview, Howard Brown Interview, Jimmy Diggs / Court Jones / Dorothy Fontana Interview, Jon Povill Interview, Klingon Costumes and Props, Fan Art Contest Winners, Paul Sieber Interview, Erik Watts Interview, Diane Carey Interview, and the latest information on up-coming Phase II projects in James Cawley’s Captain’s Log. 9.6MB zipped file. You will need Acrobat Reader 7 or newer to read the eMagazine.

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Issue 6 – February 2009

Issue #6 – 55 Full-color Pages. James Cawley’s Captain’s Log, Interviews with BarBara Luna, Paul R. Sieber, Clive Young, Brandon Stacy, Jonathan Zungre, JT Tepnepa, and Brian Q. Kelley, Visual Retrospective on “In Harm’s Way,” Directing “Blood and Fire” by David Gerrold, Behind-the-Scenes Photos from the set of “The Child,” and Fan Reaction to “Blood and Fire.” This issue is 10.3MB zipped file. You will need Acrobat Reader 7 or newer to read the eMagazine.

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Issue 7 – May 2009

Issue #7 – 52 Full-color pages. Interviews with Jeff Mailhotte. Evolution of the Bridge, “Come What May” Photo Album, Sneak Peek at the VFX of “Enemy: Starfleet,” a “Striking” look at the grip/electric crew, and

James Cawley’s “Captain’s Log,” with all the latest on Phase II projects. 17MB zipped file. You will need Acrobat Reader 7 or newer to read the PDF file of the eMagazine.

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Issue 8 – December 2009

Issue #8 – 76 Full-color pages. Interviews with VFX artist Tobias Richter, Pony R. Horton, Nick Cook, and Kario Pereira Bailey. “Blood and Fire” Part 2 Fan Reaction, images from the Drex Files,

Behind-the-Scene Photos from “Kitumba,” storyboards from “Kitumba,” and Issue #2 of Star Trek: Phase II The Illustrated Adventures populate this issue. Approx. 21MB download. You will need

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Issue 9 – Winter 2010

Issue #9 – 43 Full-color pages. Interviews with VFX artist Juve Vique. Interviews with Glenn E. Smith, Bill Lutz & Rob Barnes. Updates on “The Child”, “Enemy: Starfleet” and “Kitumba”.

Issue #3 of Star Trek: Phase II The Illustrated Adventures. Approx. 19MB download. You will need

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Star Trek New Voyages: Phase II is an award-winning independent webseries that produces new episodes of Classic Star Trek. Continuing the fourth and fifth seasons of the original series, we film the untold stories of the U.S.S. Enterprise, Captain Kirk, and his crew with the intention of filling in the missing years of the original five year mission, and bridging the gap to Star Trek: The Motion Picture. We are a group of fans who have come together with a common love for the classic era Star Trek for the purpose of having fun while making new episodes. It is the goal of Star Trek New Voyages: Phase II to support and promote the CBS/Paramount Star Trek franchise by giving fans an active way to continue their interest in Classic Star Trek.