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Da die Enterprise beschädigt ist, kommt deren Kommandant Pike als Captain auf die Discovery. Dieser vermisst seinen Wissenschaftsoffizier Spock, dessen. Star Trek: Discovery (Abkürzung DSC) ist die siebte Star-Trek-Serie. Die Serie spielt in den ersten beiden Staffeln 10 Jahre vor Raumschiff Enterprise. Für “Star Trek: Discovery” ist die originale Enterprise nun ein weiteres Mal re-designt worden und zwar von John Eaves. Während sich Ryan. Star Trek: Discovery: The Enterprise War (Volume 5) | Miller, John Jackson | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und. Star Trek - Discovery: Der Enterprise-Krieg | Miller, John Jackson, Parmiter, Helga | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand.
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They have starfleet officers not in groovy color tops and go-go boots but in military style uniforms talking to hairless Klingons on super size bridges through holographic communication.
None of that fits in with TOS. If this bothers you THAT much you are simply watching the wrong show at this point.
The producers probably have a mandate from CBS to make the show actually look different and actually modern from the old show. There is only so much they can do when compared to TOS.
All of the series, and some odd motion pictures did scripts where they traveled back in time introducing back all these arguments that you claim absolutely would not exist merely by their settings start by being forward of the first series.
One or two episodes is not the same as an entire series. I have made this argument why going back in time to see the Enterprise in s form WORKED in DS9 for example because they did everything to keep that universe in tact like the actual show.
And that was a good idea btw. But it was clearly a one time nostalgia thing. Having it here just feels too distracting for some people.
But it is a fantasy, this belief that sentient civilizations, and their technologies and fashions would solely progress ever forward without looking back.
They rise and FALL. During the Cage era they wore essentially the same uniforms we saw on TOS, just cheaper looking.
On Discovery they have completely different uniforms. Some of this stuff does not simply jive with the era its supposedly in.
I get some of your point but its clearly a lot more than that. Discovery does not look or feel like anything from TOS outside of the phasers.
And yet in a decade later we have to somehow pretend the ships will look less advanced and everything smaller.
Women will go from very military grade uniforms to now wearing mini-skirts and go-go boots. Yeah some of it you can suspend your disbelief on for sure but if people are trying to somehow bridge this show with TOS, its a really tall order and unrealistic to a major degree.
But oddly enough if you put this show after TUC, while a lot of it will still not quite work, a lot of it would, especially how the ship interiors are designed.
LOL can we split hairs any more than this? Its essentially the same uniform as TOS, yes with some changes.
My god, are you suggesting that looks like anything in Discovery? Its the same style its just a variance of that style.
Disinvited, sometimes I feel you just want to pick silly fights with me over the tiniest things. OMG, its time to move on.
And pantsuits are NOTHING like miniskirts and there never was a military functional explanation for that radical change in uniform styles.
It seems to have just been a fad which I have already pointed out likely spin rapidly in and out of fashion by that era. Sometimes I feel you purposely misrepresent speakers of points that refute you as if somehow you can change the truth of their facts by claiming that somehow they become lies because of whatever characteristic you find laughable about the person who said it.
As a fan who was around when the original series aired, I have had the pleasure of seeing Star Trek evolve. Discovery is a part of this.
Times ARE far different and how the show can be presented has grown. This is a brilliant post. That hurts my feelings…I loved the TOS design.
Not sure what you mean, but the policy of canon has been clearly defined, and what is shown on screen, is canon, set in the prime universe unless otherwise indicated.
I may be a canon thumper but somebody has to be. It is best described as canon on script, visual reboot on screen. Totally canonical it is not as canon is not just what is on a script…and if the show is said to be part of the original universe then canon requires it be consistent as best as possible.
They could have simply enhanced the Klingons a bit. Same with The Enterprise. The TOS design was fine. Just give in the Discovery colouring, metallic look with a bit more surface detail and job done.
There really is no reason to start doing things like changing the pylons and impulse engines. Once they start doing that they cause problems for themselves as it means they have been lying to the fans for 18 months with the insistence the show is canon.
I think the Discovery makers would have made it a damn sight easier for themselves had they simply said it was a loose reboot that casually fit on with prime universe canon, sort of how Superman Returns was a loose sequel to the first two Christopher Reeve Superman movies.
Canon is whether Han shot first, not what his gun looked like. Those lights have to consume a lot of power Maybe they develop new hull playing that masks a certain percentage of the power emissions.
And what if in the course of this next mission the Enterprise gets so badly damaged that a complete refit is absolutely necessary?
Honestly there are just so many possible reasons for the change, all that would fit perfectly with canon. Seems to me you made their point for them.
Good call.. In fact, you could look at the progression of the uniquely shaped colorful aircraft of WWII to flat shaped gray aircraft of today..
My sentiments exactly. They would have a lot more leeway had they not insisted it worked. What they should have done was speak about how the show may not match up exactly into TOS but that they tried to maintain the spirit of Trek in certain instances.
Which is why I am still confounded as to why they made Discovery a prequel. It would work just fine after Nemesis. Probably much better.
Dana, I completely agree. That being said, these are my favorite Klingons. I feel like we finally can see them as complete characters.
Still my favorite. If I can accept these changes, then other people need to let go of their nitpicking. I love this new Trek. Disco nailed it within the 1st 4 episodes.
This even explains why Worf said the topic was a shameful taboo. You obviously never watched Enterprise. They explained the Klingon look of TOS vs everything else.
So if Discovery uses the fact they can change a Klingon to make them look human as the reason why TOS Klingons look the way they look they Are ignoring canon and the show no matter how much they insist it is is not in the prime universe at all.
Yeah, not true. So, no, this proves nothing. I thought Enterprise had already explored the cause for physical appearance differentiation throughout the series….
Discovery has provided no such explanation. The writers have hinted at it off screen, but not on screen and so far every single Klingon on the show has been the new version.
They simply have evolved over time. They already did explain the Klingons. The final season of the most recent Star Trek series before Discovery explained that the Klingons used to be ridged, but during the Enterprise era the show Enterprise they stole from the Federation the technology used to make the supermen like Kahn , but this technology only made them look like humans removed their ridges.
It did not make them super strong. Think about it. Yet Discovery pees all of this carefully crafted canon. So sorry your dependence on visual canon upsets your enjoyment of an otherwise entertaining chapter in the Star Trek franchise.
Oh, and canon issues is a minor problem with Discovery. Chup… yes. There are a number of posters who seem to be of the opinion that DIsco is perfect and anyone who questions or criticizes it are just haters with no substance whatsoever behind their thoughts.
Thank you! And those can still pop up in future seasons. In fact I also remembered reading that page they showed the Klingons with ridges in STID and remember that also followed Enterprise canon so yeah, they still had them, period.
But you seem to ignore the FACT they also explained on Enterprise that the ridge-less Klingons was only one segment of the population the was effected by the virus.
The entire Klingon race did not develop smooth foreheads just because a few Klingons screwed around with a super human cocktail.
NCX — Yup. So true. I hope that this issue is addressed in Season 2. Looks more like they have de-evolved. I guess the Augment virus magically disappeared or was cured since Enterprise.
With respect, there was more depth and variety of houses in Berman Trek than there is in Discovery. What do you think? The JJ Prise evolved in a more scary Universe.
The JJ Prise had to be a much more powerful ship for just such an eventuality. The NX similarities do make the look older, however, and maybe that was their intent.
The article here actually makes me appreciate the design more—someone designed this ship knowing fans were going to tear it apart no matter what they did, and I honestly think they were pretty attentive to keeping a lot of details.
Never liked the JJverse version of the Enterprise or the movies, tbh. The Discovery guys did an amazing job without overdoing it — i love it!
JJs is the worst Enterprise I think. Enterprise E is my favourite. Love this all. Bringing back childhood memories of line drawings in notebooks, trying to get the Enterprise just right.
A kid can be excused for not remembering everything right. What excuse do THEY have, with all dimensions and proportions carefully measured; with all those reference images of every single detail of the Enterprise readily available, single mouse click away?
There is no excuse for a sloppy job like this. Though admittedly, it is still parsecs ahead of the swollen, tumour-like Abramsverse abomination.
The pylons and neck really are the only minor things I disagree with. Other than that I like it. A shorter neck makes it less graceful as mentioned.
TMP finally fixed it by effectively shortening it with the photon torpedo launcher. I think it looks great! Fits very nicely in the discovery universe and is a very nice homage to the original.
Well done. I love it. And I also love the extended platform in front of the shuttle bay. Voyager has it too, like a bunch of other ships.
Hopefully landing lights are integrated in the platform.. The front profile looks odd to me, the Enterprise should be tall and graceful.
Otherwise I love all the new details. It evokes the refit, which is my favorite sci-fi design ever.
Fyi though, the bridge window originates from on the pilot version of the Enterprise, not the Kelvin movies. I really was not aware of this detail.
This really changes my perception of KU and Disco designs. It was removed after the two pilots. The two links I have in the article under The original Enterprise s section will give you a ton of information about all the changes between The Cage, WNHGB, and then the series configurations.
Semantics really, it looks exactly the bridge windows we see on the Kelvin and DSC ships. ReignA — I agree.
Regardless, for those who are adhere to visual canon, the precedent is theoretically there. The Enterprise is a gorgeous ship in all her various incarnations, including the latest one.
I find her much prettier than the Discovery and a thousand times prettier than, say, the Millennium Falcon. Seems like a descendant of the NX refit.
Lots of elements are similar, like the back of the saucer, secondary hull, pylons and nacelles, and the way the neck and pylons are lower.
As a retcon following that continuity, I think it works quite well. Yeah those nacelles are a neat way of showing the design evolution from the NX to the Enterprise.
Looks sweet!! I love the old bird, but this was done in and with respect. I would love to see the bridge layout to be just like the original but with updated more modern accompaniments.
This is how it should have been in If Gene had the technology today this is how the E would have looked like.
A great visual update! It was pure fan service, but this fan feels thoroughly—uh—serviced. I look forward to seeing and having, I hope a model of it.
Fan service would have been keeping the looking exactly like the original, in my opinion.
So that leaves Number One, which again begs what kind of story would they tell with limited crew interaction. In a few instances, like the phaser and communicator and tricorder designs, they have absolutely nailed an update with more details and improved quality while retaining the lines and spirit of the original.
This Enterprise hits that target. In fact, in a lot of ways this design incorporates the improvements made for the TMP refit which is the best looking ship in Trek history and one of the very best in all of sci-fi and looks better than the original.
The one thing I really hate is the dull grey-silver hull material and the generally dark way the filming is done. Brighten up the hull material to a more pearly white like she should be and film with a decent light level and this model should really shine.
And why does it seem murky instead of sharp? Interstellar dust? Who knows. That is a bit more realistic. I just wish the space effects were more crisp.
The ships seem blurry to me. TMP Enterprise is really beautiful. I am surprised that design has avoided looking outdated through the years, or maybe I am biased as that was the ship I grew up with.
I love this version of the Enterprise. It really looks more in line with and plausible for the refit version we see in TMP.
This new design looks great. I am happy as can be with this version of the Enterprise. Spock and Dr. Boyce with his bag of martinis.
Canon even gives Spock a window where he might be on some kind of extended leave which coincides with this period. Boyce could have already been replaced with Piper or someone in between the two.
Sulu might already be on board — now that might have some interesting story developments with Stamets. Number One could be gone already, and Pike could be off the ship as well.
It all depends on how integral this appearance of the Enterprise is to the plot. As much as I appreciate the original Enterprise, the neck has always too long and too thin; subsequent designs have tended to shorten and thicken it, which makes the ship look sturdier and tougher, so that is consistent with the Discovery design theme.
The detailing is good. I hate the window in the bridge, like I hate the window in any bridge. I expect the bridge will the same JJ look as the other bridges.
But overall, not bad. Ray Liotta as Pike — cliche I know but all the more reason…. I am not the first to recommend it. Ray Liotta was often suggested as Pike for the movie, including on this very site as a matter of fact.
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