‘Star Trek Into Darkness’ mimics ‘Dark Knight Rises’

Michael Sheridan

Michael Sheridan has written, directed and produced more than a dozen short films under the banner of Maynard Films, and has worked as a writer for more than a decade for websites, magazines and newspapers.

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  1. Michael Sheridan says:

    It’s funny, I’ve actually tried to go back and reexamine Enterprise. It wasn’t quite as bad as it felt at the time, but Star Trek to a degree was getting tired then. Plus, after so many years of it running back-to-back, things felt repetitive.

    I’ve heard of the comics tie-in. I may even try and pick it up.

  2. Ian Gonzales says:

    I had to google “Xindi.” I was a lapsed Trek fan when Enterprise aired.

    On a side note, IDW is publishing a Star Trek comic that takes place in the new timeline. As I understand it, Orci works as the creative director on the book. The first two issues adapted “Where No Man’s Gone Before” and I seem to remember Orci saying the comic series would tie into the next movie directly in a fashion similar to how Countdown connected to 2009’s Trek.

  3. Michael Sheridan says:

    It’ll turn out the Xindi are behind the attack, and the Enterprise will go deep into space to… oh, wait

  4. Ian Gonzales says:

    Since when does post apocalyptic Earth qualify as boldly going where no man has gone before?

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