Harlan Ellison put a drug dealer on the Enterprise. That was not the biggest script problem
Gene Roddenberry was right: Ellison’s version of The City on the Edge of Forever was not suitable for Star Trek, but the story is inventive and compelling and IDW’s graphic novel brings it to life with beautiful illustrations.
The Concordance Color Book — and three fantastic surprise autographs
I bought this book years ago. I had never opened it. When I did, I discovered three major Star Trek autographs.
33 stickers that take you back to Star Trek collecting in the ’70s
You have likely never seen this licensed Star Trek kids’ booklet. It was made in Canada and the only one I have ever seen in person is the one I own. But you can download a copy right here.
A View-Master surprise, with Star Trek’s worst episode
The Omega Glory is the worst episode of the original series, but the View-Master version is magical. Step back to the 3D world of your childhood.
You don’t need to read Mission to Horatius
Mission to Horatius is the first original Star Trek novel published. The dialogue is terrible, the plot is ridiculous, Kirk commits genocide, and a dancing rat is an important character. So don’t read the book, but do read my fun teardown of it.