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…because the Deep Space Nine and Voyager covers are, respectively, boring and boring plus ugly.

Sorta like the shows themselves! HEY-O!

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GoatToucher said on February 24th, 2009 at 12:29 am

Enterprise novels?

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Man, Bitsy, you could not be more wrong about Deep Space Nine.

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DS9 has aged much better than Voyager. Voyager was, arguably, the last of the ‘episodic’ sci-fi shows; DS9 was one of the first of the new wave of arc-based shows. That’s a simplification, but in DS9 you can see narrative ideas and structures that would eventually become standard practice for modern space sci-fi (especially BSG, which, perhaps because of Moore, owes a great debt to DS9).

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Lister Sage said on February 24th, 2009 at 9:22 am

Seconding the motion that Inside Man is a good movie. Clive Owen has yet to disapoint me. I haven’t seen every film he’s made, but out of the ones I have they’ve all been good.

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I thought that part of the theme of DS9 was technology was less reliable and user-friendly than TOS and TNG made it seem (holodecks aside), so things were often a lot less pretty than before.

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