Star Trek fan films Star Trek: New Voyages produce new episodes of the original series.

The Fans Who Are Making New Star Trek Episodes in Upstate New York

The Fans Who Are Making New Star Trek Episodes in Upstate New York

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Nov. 19 2015 7:30 AM

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Star Trek fans take to the Internet to film their own episodes of the original series.

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Kim Stinger (Uhura), Andy Bray (Chekov), James Cawley (Kirk) Ben Tolpin (Spock), and Jay Storey (Kyle) in "Blood and Fire, Part 2."

Photo via Star Trek: New Voyages

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Star Trek Continues recently debuted the episode “Divided We Stand,” a time-travel escapade where Matt Bucy plays Abraham Lincoln.

Star Trek New Voyages plans to release their latest episode “The Holiest Thing” by the end of the year. Captain Kirk has been recast, but Charles still plays Scotty.

Kane Lynch is a cartoonist from coastal California, now pursuing an MFA from the Center for Cartoon Studies in Vermont.