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Old 02-08-2012, 03:01 PM
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would be nice to see them getting along better in times when they aren't in trouble

Roberto Orci mentioned that the time between the first and second movie is different:

".....And given that the time past in real life is different than the amount of time passed in the movie world, it takes a polish to get it just right....."

From the comic books, which I'm still not sure whether they are canon, Kirk mentioned he has been captain for less then a year and the friendship between him and Spock is growing, though in baby steps.
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Jinn-Jinn - you'll have to let us know once the next movie is out whether you feel that the comics are true to the movie storylines.
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From the comic books, which I'm still not sure whether they are canon...
I think the whole "alternate timeline" element of the last movie makes it clear that nothing is "canon."
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Jinn-Jinn - you'll have to let us know once the next movie is out whether you feel that the comics are true to the movie storylines.
I 2nd that
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I think the whole "alternate timeline" element of the last movie makes it clear that nothing is "canon."
I'm really hoping that they don't use that as creative licence to go hog wild messing with things that will put off established fans.
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like a karaoke singing half Vulcan?
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That would just be Trude!
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Old 02-09-2012, 10:27 PM
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something that is only allowed to happen in bad fanfics
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Old 02-10-2012, 07:06 AM
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Or blowing up planet Vulc...wait...
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... that never happened in fanfic, did it?
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Old 02-10-2012, 12:00 PM
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everything happens in fanfic
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OMG you mean they *stole* that idea!?!
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OMG you mean they *stole* that idea!?!
That must be answer!
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Old 02-10-2012, 01:28 PM
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JJ Abrams, Kurtzman & Co. read fanfiction ... I am not sure if that's good or bad
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well, some good things do happen in fanfic. Maybe it would give them some ideas as to where they need to flesh out background stories.
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