One of my first reviews on DVD Geeks (the tv show) was Star Trek The Animated Series. I was impressed with how much character development we got to see without the limitations placed on the main series. A while back, I received these images as a gift from my producer on DVD Geeks. They are of me as a character on TAS. Being a big fan of Voyager and the Seven of Nine character, the artist also made a version of me in borg likeness. I thought you might get a kick out of these, so here they are. If you'd like to be "animated" by Kail Tescar, check out: http://www.startrekanimated.com/tas_portraits.html
Oh and here's the review of TAS, partially shot at the Vegas Star Trek Convention. Ah memories...
It doesn't get much better than the support of someone named "Roddenberry" behind my campaign. I'm proud to call Rod a friend, and I'm thrilled beyond belief that he made this little video for me. If you haven't already seen his movie Trek Nation on the Science Channel you must do so!
I just wanted to say, even though filming has begun on the sequel, I'm not giving up hope and I certainly haven't stopped taking action. So glad to see that you guys haven't either. This latest video comes to us from David Taylor, a creative Star Trek fan I met on Twitter and in person at a Trek con. He's quite the marketing genius and I'm glad to have him on my side. Check out his work and the Jim Beam Me Up campaign here.
I received this video endorsement from Scott McAlpine who heard about my campaign online and wanted to get involved. As it turns out, some of his props were rented by JJ Abrams' team and got featured in the 2009 Star Trek film. How cool is that? Anyway, I'm always amazed by the kindness of strangers, especially Star Trek fans. There's such a sense optimism connected with the franchise that it makes sense that fans of Star Trek are some of the kindest and warmest people out there.