Real World article
(written from a Production point of view)

Issue 73 of Star Trek Monthly was the December 2000 issue. Part of Titan Magazines' "Villains Month", the issue was branded with a special sidebar on the front cover.


First Contact
The Best of All Worlds
Tomorrow's World Today
David Basson goes behind the scenes at Star Trek: Federation Science.
Science Fair Maiden – interview with Marina Sirtis on opening the exhibit.
Interview – Robert Picardo – "Doctor Evil"
by Paul Simpson.
Star Trek's Vilest Villains
Andy Lane compares the major antagonists of the Star Trek universe.
Interview – Jeffrey Combs – "Vorta, Vorta, Everywhere!"
by David Bassom.
Two mini-posters, Jeffrey Combs as Weyoun, and Ricardo Montalban as Khan Noonien Singh.
A Fistful of Data
Shuttlecraft and "The Enemy Within", why was Reginald Barclay not remembered from "Projections" in "Pathfinder"?, photon torpedoes and USS Voyager.
Double Trouble
K. Stoddard Hayes investigates duplicates in Star Trek.
Interview – Gwynyth Walsh – "B'Etor the Devil You Know"
by Ian Spelling.
Shades of Grey
K. Stoddard Hayes looks at the complexities of Dukat.
From the Replicator
James Brumbaugh reviews Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - The Fallen.
On Screen: Voyager volume 6.11, Star Trek Generations DVD; interview with Gregg Daniel.
Comics: Avalon Rising, Double Time, Star Trek: The Next Generation - The Killing Shadows.
Read Out: release schedule only.
Hollow Pursuits
Great Moments in Star Trek: "In the Pale Moonlight", Sisko's closing speech.
Top 10: "Universe-shaking" kisses.
Unforgettable: Richard Castillo.
What a Way to Go: Impaled on a Changeling ("Chimera").
Next Issue
Issue 72 Star Trek Monthly
Issue 73 – December 2000
Issue 74