Been a long time, but now we are back with another exciting interview. This time we have a great honor to have Nick Cook with us, the creator of the fantastic fan-made Star Trek show, Intrepid. I had the privilege to meet him over the Destination Star Trek Convention last year in Birmingham and we had a great chat. I am very honored he took the time to take part for this interview. We talked about the early days when he discovered Star Trek, the series impact on his life and Intrepid as well.
Another day, and another interview! This time we have another special guest with us, Sohail aka Starfleet Boy. He's the creator of the Starfleet Boy podcast over iTunes and YouTube where he hosts a casual and informal discussion about Star Trek. Currently he and his faithful companion, The Doctor talking through each episode of the Next Generation. This podcast is full of surprises and guest as well - like myself every now and then, so that's for self promotion, lol - and it's always entertaining! I had the honor to sit down with Sohail and discuss his connection with Star Trek in this special interview!
And it's time to continue our journey, meeting fans from all around globe. Today we have a fairly new member featured here, part of the online Star Trek community, Sean from Trek on the Tube. He started his youtube channel a wfew months ago, but his content is different than other channels. He talk to newcomers and old timers at the same time with a brilliant approach. We sat down to talk with him...
They analize ships; they bring us interviews with designers; they reacts on news; and they have an enormous passion towards Star Trek. Yes, they are the Trekyard guys! :) In this weeks interview I proudly present to all of you, Captain Stuart Foley. He is a passionate Star Trek (and also Transformers) fan, the host of the youtube webseries "Trekyards" with Samuel. Find out more about him in our exclusive interview.
Last time when I publihed my interview with The IrishTrekkie I've got quite a few feedback and I can't be more greatful for everyone who took the time and read the interview. As a continuation of this series, today we have another special guest, a fellow Youtuber and Star Trek fan, Chris aka The Trekcollector. You know him from the well known Nerd Escape Podcast that he does with Damien, but you might don't know his full story. Today we have the chance to get to know him better...
I'm back with an interesting interview today. There's something I really wanted to do for a long time now and I think finally we got to the point when I can can give you an insight of the fan's of Star Trek. We always looking forward to interviews with actors and their connection with Star Trek. Although we all know that Star Trek is personal in many level, and we fans have our connection too. I have had the fortune to do collaboration with Damien aka The Irishtrekkie, He was very welcoming when I approached him with this interview.
The Doctor Who fandon is just as big as the world of Star Trek. And when it comes to Comic Con, there's always a chance you can run into someone who dressed as the 10th, 11th or the 12th Doctor. But of course the creativity doesn't stop there as you can see people dressing up as the Tardis or the Master itself. If it comes to cosplay I won't be able to think about anyone else than the Stephanie, aka the German Companion. I've had the honor to get a special interview with her where you can find out more about her love for Doctor Who.
I think I can safely say I had the fortune to meet few very nice individual through YouTube. This is something that I wasn’t really expecting when I started. One of the many YouTuber is Sean over Orange Ranger Videos. As a Star Trek fan I’m always looking for people who has similar mind-set about the series. Of course now we have a much bigger audience thanks for the Kelvin Movies and the upcoming sixth “TV series” called Star Trek Discovery. When the first teaser came out I was constantly looking for other people reactions and opinions and Sean was one of the many who I happened to see his video about the subject. We had similar opinions and after watching any of his videos made me feel think about my YouTube journey here. Was a very interesting development through the years over the videos which he made for his audience and now became a solid point in the Power Rangers Fan Community. We happened to work together as well in a creative project and the more I knew about him I thought it would be good to actually do an interview. So all of you who love or like Power Rangers I would recommend to go over to his channel and check his videos. On this note let’s begin… ;)