A three-ring binder from my childhood years is a time capsule of newspaper clippings, photocopies, traced drawings, magazine photos, TV listings, and the nerd I was back then.
Author Howard Weinstein shared three Star Trek films with me. Each is fascinating. One is terrible.
In the before-time when home video was unknown, we had Fotonovels. Those great photos meant we could examine the bridge, the transporter effect and the tricorder’s control panel. Fotonovel 1 retells the most famous episode, and includes Harlan Ellison informing readers his script was better.
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.