Presenting once more this classic archived story by Jean Airey, the Doctor and the Enterprise. What would happen if the Doctor ended up in the Star Trek universe?
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Subject: The Doctor And The Enterprise Pt1
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Date: 8 Nov 91 16:58:12 GMT
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Prologue: In 1979 I started writing a *fanzine* story in which the
Doctor (from the “Doctor Who” universe) met up with the crew of the
“original” “Star Trek” series. It was the first thing I’d written
since graduating from college fifteen years before, and, with the
assistance of an excellent author and very good friend, Jacqueline
Lichtenberg, was able to finish it. The result turned out to be an
enjoyable reading experience to a number of people. The story was not
intended to be a satire, it was intended to be an honest
representation of what might happen if these two particular universes
met. It was intended as a fanzine in the most classic tradition of
that particular genre. Continue reading The Doctor And The Enterprise (Part 1)
This my first non-crossover fanfic featuring Stargate SG-1.
Story (C) 2002-2014 Mr Scirev.
This fanfic occurs a few weeks after the episode 2001 (Season 5 of SG-1)
It was a quiet day at the SGC, Stargate Command, much like any other, when a GDO signal was received through the gate. It was Jacob Carter, Sam’s father. He came through the gate and was welcomed by General Hammond and Teal’c.
“Hello. Where’s Sam?”
“She took the day off, as did O’Neill and Jackson.”
“Has she recovered completely from the injuries she sustained from her last mission?”
“Yes, she is in active duty again now.”
“I’ve got something for you. We found this device on a Gou’ald ship we captured.
We think it is a perpetual energy power pack incorporating a cold plasma generator.
We believe it should be safe for you to examine and perhaps you might find a use of it for your defense against the Gou’ald. Of course we expect you to share the information on what you discover.”
Continue reading Stargate SG-1 fanfic – Phased To The Side (Part 1)
What is fanfiction?
It’s when someone takes somebody else’s creation (such as tv, movie or book characters) and invents other fiction using them.
It’s taking the characters for a spin, in ways sometimes that the original authors did not conceive of.
Continue reading The Art of Fanfiction
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This is the crossover fanfic in my fan-series which is built on the assumption that the new Star Trek alternate reality (Star Trek (2009)) is the same one as the Doctor’s and Stargate’s ie Universe-777 (the Stargate & Doctor Who universe). Featuring the 10th Doctor and other Star Trek 2009 characters.
Story (C) 2002-2012 Mr SciRev
SPOILER: Star Trek 2009 movie. Doctor Who Easter 2009 Special.
What you need to know:
“The Doctor’s Universe-777 and the Star Trek Universe shown in the new Star Trek (2009) movie are one and the same. The original Spock is now in Universe-777, in the 23rd century. The Planet Vulcan has been destroyed by a black hole and survivors are attempting to find a new homeworld. They have decided Delta Vega would be ideal.”
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Young James Tiberius Kirk had been made captain recently after his bravery in defeating the Romulan Nero from a parallel future. The words of the Old Spock were still in his mind when he called his Number One officer, “friend”. He told Mr Sulu to set the course for Delta Vega. Now the black hole which destroyed Vulcan had vaporised and there would be no threat to the Vulcan survivors living on Delta Vega. The latter, the old Admiral Spock had said, would now be renamed New Vulcan. A possible alternative would have been Romulus, but they would never accept the Vulcans on their world.
The only problem was that there were some colonists on this planet, mainly scientists in a Federation research outpost. The M class planet was very cold – icy cold – but nothing that some simple basic terraforming could not help. In the past, even Mars had been terraformed, after all.
A humming sound could be heard in the Engine Room of the Enterprise. Suddenly out of nothing, a blue box appeared. Montgomery Scott, Chief Engineer, was dumbstruck… he had seen old photos of telephone boxes but never believed he would see one. And now, it opened…
Continue reading Star Trek: 2009 #1 – The Time Lord Arrives