So, there was quite a lot of new updates on Star Trek that made a big buzz recently in the online community. These days I have less time to make videos about things, so I'm really glad that my good old trusty website is here and I can contribute to it a bit more. At one point I always imagined that my website and my YouTube channel will walk hand-by-hand. Well, I think after being married, being a bit more mature and older I can see what is more important in life. I still love creating videos and I will continue to do that so, but I finally started to find that beautiful balance I was looking for - and make my money worth that I'm putting into this. :)
So what about Picard?
I know you've been reading and thinking "what the hell is he talking about?" so here we go, let's talk about Old Man Picard. Recently there was a lot of news and update from Alex Kurtzman regarding the show that will bring our favourite Captain back to the small screen. Well, even though that everyone calls the show online #OldManPicard right now, the studio has no name for the show yet. Ever since the big announcement from Sir Patrick Stewart, my good friend Sohail (from the StarfleetBoy podcast) calls the show Old Man Picard that I adore soo much. :) Obviously there's a high chance that they won't call the show like that, but you never know. Although the little details that they revealed about the character makes me feel a bit concerned. So, they will place the show in the future, around 2399, 20 years after Nemesis and a little after the events of the destruction of Romulus. The idea is fantastic as finally the time is moving forward, not to mention that it's good to see that Paramount and CBS finally connects in a sense with events regarding to the Star Trek universe. The one thing that concerns me is that the character of Jean-Luc Picard. They say that he will be radically changed as an individual, which is absolutely fine as 20+ years can have a lot of effect on everyone. I'm not the same person either compare to my 10 year old-self. I'm just afraid that they might do something really savage to the person who we all love. His wisdom to life and what he taught to us over the course of Star Trek The Next Generation is priceless and I hope they will keep his core close in the future as well. One can always hope I guess, but I have a feeling that we gonna see a gritty version of this person, an individual who we know from somewhere but he changed so much until the point where we won't be able to recognise him. _\\//
Keeping it simple...
I'm a full-time Graphic Designer; part-time Artist, Blogger and You-tuber! NO1 Star Trek fan and a lover of all sorts of geeky stuff. _\\//