We’ve got a load of new Star Trek videos out this week from all around the franchise: from Star Trek Online‘s debut of one of the galaxy’s best engineers to a host of Star Trek: Discovery clips and interview packages, tune in to these looks at the whole universe of Trek.

As announced in AugustStar Trek Online welcomes aboard LeVar Burton as Geordi La Forge in their newest expansion, and today the game publisher released a first preview of the engineer in action.

Star Trek comic publisher IDW Publishing has also released a first video overview of their Trek offerings, just ahead of New York Comic Con this week.

Included in the IDW video is a first look at their comic rendition of the USS Shenzhou, from artists Declan Shalvey and Jordie Bellaire.

IDW’s comic USS Shenzhou, by Declan Shalvey and Jordie Bellaire.

Speaking of Discovery, there’s a number of new videos out from CBS All Access including clips from this past Sunday’s After Trek and a preview for “The Butcher’s Knife Cares Not for the Lamb’s Cry.”

Keep checking back to TrekCore for the latest news in Trek!

  • Jamie Thomas

    Again, region blocked Youtube links.

    With a global fanbase to engage with it still baffles as to why Hollywood hasn’t gotten over region blocking.

    The same baffling mentality seems to apply with movie studios releasing films digitally in advance of physical media such as DVD and Bluray and wonder why profits are down.
    A large proportion of the population will simply stream/download an illegal 1080p/4k copy of a film for free weeks before they could potentially rent or buy it either as DVD or Bluray.
    I understand that some people, for various reasons can’t accomodate or don’t want shelves full of boxed films. But the “dying out” of physical media to me, is nonsense. What if your ISP crashes? No more Netflix, Amazon or Hulu. Time to reach for the reliable non-buffering, watch anytime DVD/Bluray.

    Just my view.

    Maybe it’s because I grew up without the internet until I was 15. I’ve always preferred physical media when you put a VHS in and only had to worry about tracking, not a region encoded, password protected, browser update compatible stream.

    Wake me when the future is more TNG than BSG.

    • mr joyce

      sad but true…

      in the age where particular IPs can bring in substantial revenues generated from a large fanbase, this will continue to be the case. all in the name of ‘copyright protection’.