The guys at the Prop Store of London know that the stories behind sci-fi props can sometimes be as fascinating as the props themselves. That’s why they’ll be popping up on Blastr from time to time, taking a look at the untold stories of some amazing objects from movies and
Blastr has posted that it seems like, these days, the best way to pry first looks at beloved geek franchises from the studios is to have someone grab a shoddy, not-ready-for-prime-time image and post it all over the net. Worked with X-Men: First Class and now it’s worked for ThunderCats.
Brannon Braga has worked on Star Trek in some capacity for 15 years, from an intern on The Next Generation in 1990 to the executive producer of Enterprise when it ended in 2005—and he regrets that in all of those years, the series never had a gay character. Read the