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Star Trek Titan Television Series Kickstarter Planned by Trek fm

The group behind the Star Trek Titan campaign is planning a Kickstarter to help fund an effort to show CBS that fans want a post-Nemesis TV series. To help push the initiative, Star Trek Legends has put together an incredible video combining moments from Star Trek films, including TOS, TNG, and the J.J. Abrams reboot.

The aim of the Kickstarter effort is to help finance promotions that will garner one million likes on Facebook—a display to the studio of strong fan support. Set after the events of Nemesis, the envisioned series would follow the missions of Captain William T. Riker aboard the the U.S.S. Titan.

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VideoSpaceFX Produces Main Title Sequence for Star Trek: Valkyrie Audio Series by Trek fm

VideoSpaceFX has created some beautiful Star Trek CGI over the past few years, including TOS- and TNG-era scenes plus the incredible recreation of the Klingon-V’ger battle from Star Trek: The Motion Picture. Now, in their latest work, the studio has created a main title sequence for the audio series Star Trek: Valkyrie.

The series follows the adventures of the USS Valkyrie NCC-2590, under the command of Captain Edward J. Stanfield, as they set out on a five-year mission to explore strange new worlds.

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Kirk and Spock "Brothers Under the Sun" Music Video by Trek fm

Few Star Trek characters have been as close to one another as Kirk and Spock. More than just captain and first officer, these characters were family. “I had a brother once. I got him back,” Kirk said of Spock in Star Trek V.

To highlight this relationship, YouTube user Indrikhole has put together a beautiful music video set to Bryan Adams’s “Brothers Under the Sun.” More than just an assembly of simple clips, this video combines scenes with artistic and typographic overlays that bring out the depth and history behind Kirk and Spock.

Visit Indrik’s YouTube channel for more videos.