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Issue 124 of Star Trek Magazine was the December 2005/January 2006 issue.


Captain's Log
Learning Curve: John Freeman on opinion polls.
The Best of All Worlds
Who's Top
Results from the recent readers' poll.
Interview - Rick Berman - "Celebrating Star Trek"
by Ian Spelling.
Interview - Michael Dorn - "Warrior Breed!"
by Ian Spelling.
Interview - Chase Masterson - "Masterson of the Universe"
by Nick Joy.
Interview - Mike Sussman - "Renaissance Sussman"
by David Bassom.
Interview - Alec Newman - "Augmented Alec"
by Ian Spelling.
T'Pol, Seven of Nine, and Maras. One reverse side shows mirror T'Pol in the Defiant uniform from ENT: "In a Mirror, Darkly, Part II".
Viva Las Vegas
Sandy Stone reports from the 2005 Las Vegas convention.
Column - Dave Rossi - "A Matter of Perspective"
Rossi considers whether Star Trek: Enterprise was launched too soon.
I'm Dead... Again!
Karen Hayes looks at stunt work in Star Trek.
A Fistful of Data
Montgomery Scott's birthplace, avoiding obstacles in interstellar travel.
Lost and Found: Marley McClean, in full Borg makeup during "Collective", holding the novel Born Free.
From the Replicator
James Swallow talks with Margaret Clark about Death in Winter, and the evolving role of Pocket Books in continuing the franchise.
Tales from the Captain's Table, Strange New Worlds 8, Exodus, Cohesion.
Action figure update.
The Hero Factor
Sky's interactive Star Trek game.
ENT: "In a Mirror, Darkly", "In a Mirror, Darkly, Part II"
Tower of Commerce
Be My Guest
Barbara Luna.
Larry Nemecek talks about his role in "These Are the Voyages...".
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