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The Star Trek Encyclopedia by Michael Okuda
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The Star Trek Encyclopedia (1994)

by Michael Okuda, Debbie Mirek, Denise Okuda

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An early edition of a book of reference which covers the Universe of the Federation of Planets (Star Trek). Since updated. ( )
  aussieVic | Apr 6, 2008 |
Picked this up at a used book store. Having both a Star Trek bent and a trivial mind, this is right up my alley. ( )
  MerryMary | Jun 14, 2007 |
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The Star Trek saga now spans three television series and six feature films produced over nearly three decades.
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Not the Updated and Expanded Edition.
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With a delightfully obsessive hand, Michael and Denise Okuda present the minutiae of every moment from the four Star Trek series and eight films. Every planet ever visited, every food ingested, every outfit worn, and every featured character appears in The Star Trek Encyclopedia, on glossy pages with color illustrations worthy of author Michael Okuda's position as art director for the entire Star Trek universe. Even the nonfan will enjoy the endless cross-references and the secret, cohesive universe exposed in this volume, which reads like the realization of Jorge Luis Borges's dream of a fictive encyclopedia merging with the real world.

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