(written from a Production point of view)
- First Contact
- Nick Jones on "Ultimate Star Trek".
- Full page editorial, separated from the contents page for this issue only.
- The Best of All Worlds
- Star Trek X – more details, Brent Spiner signed up, release date likely to be early 2002.
- Jonathan Frakes to direct Star Trek X?
- Voyager season seven production continues.
- No Deep Space Nine or Voyager movies planned.
- Pocket Books to continue the story of Deep Space Nine in novels.
- Charity auctions.
- ScienceFiction.com Lifetime Achievement Awards for William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, Patrick Stewart, Kate Mulgrew, Robert Wise and Majel Barrett.
- New virtual reality system on the way.
- Voyager season seven UK VHS release announced.
- In Brief...: WildStorm Comics solicits Enter the Wolves and Star Trek: Voyager - Planet Killer #2, Spock Vs. Q: The Sequel, Voyager actors at the Hollywood Christmas Parade.
- VOY: "Shattered", "Lineage"; interview with Robert Picardo.
- A Piece of the Action.
- Broken Wings
- Abbie Bernstein reports from the set of "Shattered".
- The 50 Best Star Trek Episodes of All Time
- Results from the readers' poll – two-parters are counted as one entry. Each episode entry includes "The Deal" (plot summary), "What's So Special About This One, Then?", "Best Moment", and "Best Line".
- Also includes "The Fans' Favourite Quotes".
- Star Trek's Sexiest Characters
- Readers' poll results, by Nick Jones.
- The Continuing Missions
- Nick Jones details the results of favorite film. Each entry contains "The Deal", "What's So Special About This One, Then?", "High Stakes?", and "Do Our Heroes Save the Day?".
9 – Star Trek: The Motion Picture
8 – Star Trek V: The Final Frontier
7 – Star Trek III: The Search for Spock
6 – Star Trek Generations
5 – Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country
4 – Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
3 – Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home
2 – Star Trek: Insurrection
1 – Star Trek: First Contact
- Hail to the Chiefs!
- Anna Bowles gives the results for favorite captain.
- Ships Passing in the Night
- Anna Bowles on favorite starship.
- It's A Knock Out!
- Anna Bowles on the results of favorite battle.
10 – Dominion War
9 – "Amok Time"
8 – "Tsunkatse"
7 – Borg-Species 8472 War
6 – Battle of the Mutara Nebula
5 – First Battle of Deep Space 9
4 – Battle of Cardassia
3 – Operation Return
2 – Battle of Sector 001
1 – Battle of Wolf 359
- New Life!
- Favorite alien (individual or species) results.
- Bring on the Bad Guys...
- Favorite villains.
- Heavenly Bodies
- Favorite spatial anomaly.
10 – Caretaker's array
9 – Crystalline Entity
8 – Briar Patch
7 – Mutara Nebula
6 – Temporal rift ("Yesterday's Enterprise")
5 – Temporal causality loop
4 – Badlands
3 – Anti-time eruption
2 – Nexus
1 – Bajoran wormhole
- Hair Tomorrow
- Best hairstyle.
- Interview – Marina Sirtis – "A Cut Above"
- by Abbie Bernstein.
- Barmy Army!
- Unusual answers to each of the poll questions.
- From the Replicator
- Games: James Swallow previews Star Trek: Starfleet Command II - Empires at War, and interviews the developers of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine`The Fallen.
- Read Out: release schedule only.
- On Screen: Voyager volume 6.13; interview with Mark Deakins.
- Hollow Pursuits
- Great Moments in Star Trek: Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, the death of Spock.
- Top 10: Q Quips.
- Unforgettable: Lon Suder.
- Next Issue
|Issue 74||Star Trek Monthly|
Issue 75 – February 2001