Monday, May 29, 2017


Subscribers are buzzing news about the new issue of the Quantum Storm E-Magazine [QSE]that was released last Wednesday. The cover design says it all and there was absolutely too much information released for fans to grab at and take into consideration for being one of the most anticipated series within the SciFi format that was once the controlled universe of Gene Roddenberry's magnificent dream.

There are many subscribers and blog fans that have picked up on the recent "coincidental" similarities between MINOTAUR and the networks STAR TREK DISCOVERY [STD], both of which are planned for release later this year. The only difference between the show's seems to be the fact that a "New Order" Borg race will be introduced as "LEGION" in MINOTAUR and the questionable enemy of the Klingon Empire in STD. But other than those two differences, the shows are running neck-to-neck with several coincidences that are baffling fans, readers, and studio personnel at the same time. They are [1] The ever changing design of the lead ship, [2] heavy all female crews, [3] the introduction of another Vulcan first officer, [4] epic presentation of sets, and [5] similar uniform designs that have caught the entire studio in a fervor of utter shock that cannot be described into words.

Over the course of two weeks, studio CEO [D. R. Quintana] has been bombarded with emails and comments concerning the similarities that have been noted time and time again by both supporting Trekkies and the Trekkie troller's who continue to prescribe to the studio that MINOTAUR is a waste of time. However, the studio stands by the fact that the uniforms and ship's designs were settled on over four years ago and have nothing more to say about it. To prove his point, the shows producer/director released the ship's designs and a sneak view into the production of the series which is still an on going adventure for the cast and crew.

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  1. I hate to sound too "Bill & Ted" on my comment, but the new cover was MOST EXCELLENT in the history of fan productions, awesome job!!

    Terry A.
    Syracuse, NY

  2. Another amazing issue filled with full color pictures and an interesting look at the Iscandar. A ships name that makes me smile as its an obvious homage to Star Blazers!

    Norman F.
    Bloomfield, IL
    via iPhone

  3. This was truly an awe-inspiring issue with some fantastic insights into the new world of "space trek" with a good touch of ingenuity dealing with classic technologies Trekkies have gotten used to hearing over the years. No more warp cores, helmsmen, transporters, nor the use of ships passageways or corridors did more than intrigue me, it made me realize that the team at Q Storm put a lot of effort to distance itself with this upcoming epic series by undoing everything we might have thought was "solid canon."

    Surely Discovery is already going to have a tough time proving that J.J. Abrams' CGI-like crap will carry it passed the other highly anticipated, but well developed "Galaxy Quest" semi-spinoff later this year. And make no mistake, IMO I feel that MINOTAUR will have the balls to stand out on it's own as a new generation for Trekkies to follow and feel that it was created with a strong loyalty to Roddenberry's true universe.

    Tom B. J.
    Perth AUS

  4. Good Lord, you have some sexy women actors lined up for this show!

    This was a great issue.

    Rick D. D.
    Fox Lake, IL


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