I think it’s because Voyager was the last of the new Star Treks.
I think I added to those viewings of the last episode of Voyager and scorpion and year of hell as I was jumping back and forth of article online about the best and worse stories in star trek tv series and oh boy, there was a lot more crap on Voyager and enterprise than I realized.
Really surprised my endless rewatching of Trials and Tribble-ations hasn’t helped DS9 crack into this list.
Interesting. I can understand the lack of DS9 (too serial), Enterprise (not popular and also too serial for like half of it), and TOS (too old and doesn’t fit the aesthetic of the other series), while TNG and Voyager are largely standalone episodes, but the list is strange.
The top of the list makes sense, and any of the various ‘Q’-centric episodes would likewise makes sense. The rest, yeah, you got me. Maybe they have really interesting sounding synopsis, or the teaser image really draws the eye?
Time and Again and The Gift are just people forgetting to turn off Netflix before they get the “are you still alive” prompt.
It’s only because this clip of DS9 Episode “In the pale moonlight” isn’t longer...(and is on youtube).
I would love if Disney just kept throwing Captain Phasma in some form of trash heap every film. Then keep trying to revive the original hype around the character as they are now. It would be an awesome meta-arc for this Marketing Department developed character.
I’d also like to point out that US Agent would have never put us through this shit.
And his assistant Patchouli Widdershins III Esq.
This article is making me want to talk about how much I love Born Again. I read it before I read Watchmen and The Dark Knight Returns and it’s my favorite of the stories from that time period (and it’s my favorite Frank Miller story period).
There’s a seal who lives a life of danger
Kryptonians have always been assholes though. It’s like their defining trait.
..they should’ve ditched the mullet Superman got in that story after his resurrection and just let Cavill have a rebirth mustache.
I think the more important part of the report this came from is that Joss Whedon will not be messing with Snyder’s action setpieces, which should put the fears of many to rest. I hope. We know Whedon still is not that good at directing action yet, but years of his TV shows demonstrates that he knows some ways of…
They should digitally add a mustache to Supes’ original scenes instead.
Just keep the mustache. We had bearded and mullet-ed Superman before.
They’ve barely even pretended that he was staying dead, though. I don’t think anyone over 9 seriously believed he was dead. And only the really gullible 7-9 year olds.
Props where they are due. Cavill’s mustache is fantastic. I doubt Superman’s heat vision could even sear it from Cavill’s chiseled face.