- Taschenbuch: 190 Seiten
- Verlag: Titan Books Ltd; Auflage: 2nd Revised edition (November 1989)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 1852862211
- ISBN-13: 978-1852862213
- Verpackungsabmessungen: 27,2 x 21,4 x 1,2 cm
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Star Trek Compendium (Englisch) Taschenbuch – November 1989
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This revised edition of "The Star Trek Compendium" includes a show-by-show guide, over 125 photographs and a new section on the motion pictures, including photographs from "Star Trek V".
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I consider myself something of a Trekker, but not rabidly so. I've read my share of magazine articles on Star Trek, but just scanning through The Star Trek Compendium (copyright 1989, 1993), I still managed to learn quite a bit about the original series and how it came to be. After TWO pilot episodes, NBC gave the go-ahead for the series, and the rest is history. Yet there is quite a bit of history to be had in Allan Asherman's book that details the development process that went into Star Trek. With plenty of black & white photos throughout the volume, the episode synopses are long and informative. Asherman gives the names of the characters in each episode, but disappointingly omits the names of the actors portraying those characters. However, all is not lost in this department since said actors are listed in the back of the book in an Index Of Principals (actors) which includes their character's name, and episode number in which they appeared.
There is a page devoted to the syndication of the original series, and a page devoted to the Star Trek Animated Series followed by a full episode guide for it. The synopses for these episodes are noticeably shorter, but then these episodes are only a half-hour long. Since the animated episodes were written by many of the writers of the original series' episodes, the animated series is held in high regard.
Asherman goes on the describe the Star Trek feature films all the way through Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country, with full synopses along with background info, and photos. He finishes the tome with an index of episode titles in alphabetical order for the original series as well as the animated series, along with the aforementioned Index Of Principals. An interesting and informative book that I'm proud to own.