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Old 11-28-2007, 09:59 PM
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Of course there's been a resurgence of TAS! Hey, I've only known that there was a TAS in the first place for less than ten years. That's the odd part, I own most of the novelizations from the seventies, but I never knew they were novelizations of a cartoon, I just thought that they were short stories, Trek fiction from the pre-Pocket Books days. We have DVDs now, the staff at Enterprise stuck little bits of TAS canon in the background, etc. etc.

I'm still worried about the idea of "if we did make Kiddie Trek, would those kids actually buy the live-action Trek DVDs when they grow up and become all-purpose Trekkies, or would they shun it?" The latter option seems more likely.
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