• Fans Helping Fans

    Star Trek’s Scotty Doesn’t Want You To Forget!

    Star Trek fanatics, great news! If all goes well, Star Trek: New Voyagers/Phase II will be debuting episode 13 later this year. This Web-Series refreshes long-lost characters and brings back some very familiar actors to revive those characters. This glimpse of authenticity has gained momentum and truly brings that X factor to this Trek incarnation. The ‘fan’ that started this, James Cawley has really shown us fandom-power at it’s most successful. Not only do we get surprise gifts and prizes for donating, you actually get to see a fresh, new episode of your favorite show. While James handed over the reins of playing Captain Kirk to Brian Gross in episode…

  • Fans Helping Fans,  Giving Back

    Die-Hard Star Trek Fans… Your fandom needs you!

    Fandom4Good follows and promotes causes usually spearheaded by public figures. If it’s not a T-shirt campaign to raise money for a particular charity or good cause, it’s a Skype chat, or a signed script, up for grabs. The well-known person invokes a passion in the fandom that encourages us to by the item or give a donation. This particular donation drive is also about passion. For fans of Star Trek, I can’t imagine anything more important than keeping the franchise that is Star Trek, alive. With several attempts to go beyond Next Generation and Enterprise, nothing has really graced our small screens. That is, until a couple of web series…

  • Giving Back

    Allegiance with George Takei: The other side of the coin

    When I read what George had to say, I immediately felt an allegiance. (No pun intended.) While not strictly a charity, it is definitely important and worthwhile. George’s words about his whole family being taken from their home, ran chills down my spine as I visualized it. We have heard and have seen so much about the horrible atrocities of the Holocaust, but what George and the Legacy project are trying to get out there, is an untold story. One that should be told. It’s done in a way that isn’t too confronting and really is, the other side of the coin. I hope this truth of American history is…