Titan offers digital Star Trek “Humble Bundle” in aid of charity

Titan Magazines and Titan Books have partnered with Humble Bundle to offer “All I Need to Know I Learned from Star Trek” – an unmissable bundle of digital books and magazines, including back issues of Star Trek Explorer, “Best of” collections and more.

Titan Magazines and Titan Books Star Trek Humble Bundle 2024 - All I Need to Know I Learned from Star Trek

The bundle launches Saturday 13th January 2024 at 11.00am Pacific Time, and runs through to 3rd February 3rd. Pay what you want for a collection of digital Star Trek books worth over $290!

The books included in the bundle contain companions to series including Star Trek: The Next GenerationStar Trek: Voyagerand Star Trek: Discovery; there are interviews with iconic Star Trek actors including William Shatner (Captain Kirk), Leonard Nimoy (Spock), Patrick Stewart (Jean-Luc Picard), Kate Mulgrew (Captain Janeway); explorations of classic episodes and movies; must-read fiction, and much more besides!

And as well as furnishing your digital library with these indispensable titles, you’ll also be supporting the work of these two charities: the Every Library Institute, dedicated to ensuring continued public and political support for library funding in the US, and The Trevor Project, which provides 24/7 crisis support services to LGBTQ young people in the US.

Check out what’s on offer here on Humble Bundle (please note, this link will not be live until 11.00am PST on Saturday 13th January 2024

Here’s what’s on offer in this amazing Star Trek Humble Bundle

Titan Star Trek Beyond: The Movie Special


Titan proudly presents the official Star Trek Beyond movie collectors edition. Featuring exclusive interview with the film’s stars, Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, Zoe Saldana, Karl Urban, John Cho, Simon Pegg, Sofia Boutella, and the much-missed Anton Yelchin.

Discover how Justin Lin brought the Beyond to Star Trek, in our fascinating exclusive interview , while writers Simon Pegg and Doug Jung reflect on their journey into the Final Frontier, and how they crafted the thrilling new entry into Star Trek’s 50-year old canon. Our behind-the-scenes coverage includes in-depth interviews with the make-up and VFX teams, and the movie’s chilling villain, Krall, is examined in a special feature.

Titan - Star Trek Magazine Special Edition 2014


So what makes Star Trek a unique masterpiece of modern science fiction? That’s what this special issue sets out to reveal. It’s your essential guide to the history of Star Trek, as told through a collection of classic cast and crew interviews, and a host of fascinating features.

We take you through A Brief History of Star Trek,and take a peek at what might have been as we reveal the unseen aliens of the J.J.verse, and discover the strange new world into which Star Trek: Phase 3 might have taken us. Prepare for 148-pages of unadulterated Star Trek magic.

Titan - Star Trek Magazine Special Edition 2015


In this 2015 Special Edition, we’ve brought together a collection of interviews and articles from past issues that celebrate the range and diversity of what Star Trek has to offer, along with brand-new features that you won’t find anywhere else.

We talk about J.J. Abrams’ alternative take on Trek mythos with movie actors Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, Karl Urban, and Bruce Greenwood, and interview The Next Generation legends Gates McFadden and Denise Crosby, and Deep Space Nine’s Rene Auberjonois. We’ve also got behind-the-scenes features on Star Trek: The Motion Picture and Into Darkness, culture shock for Captain Kirk, and a visual treat with the brilliant movie artwork of Bob Peak.

New features find us dissecting James T. Kirk, revisiting the media’s reaction to The Next Generation, and – with tongue firmly in cheek – we also find out what happens when Trek goes bad! If Star Trek has taught us one thing over the years, it’s to unleash your imagination and… Engage!

Titan - Star Trek Magazine Special Edition 2016


Star Trek Magazine celebrates 50 years since the very first episode of Star Trek aired on television with a host of exclusive interviews and features, covering the earliest days of Star Trek up to the present day. Alongside special features on the history of ships named ‘Enterprise,’ and the making of original pilot episode “The Cage,” and we take a closer look at Voyager, which celebrated its 20th anniversary in 2015. There are also brand new features exploring how the franchise has tackled difficult and sometimes taboo subjects, and the lighter moments when Star Trek has turned sci-fi sitcom.

Star Trek: Voyager – Anniversary Special


On January 16, 1995, Star Trek: Voyager made its television debut. The fourth Star Trek series had a very different premise to its predecessors: flung 70,000 light years to the unexplored Delta Quadrant, far from the familiar Federation, the U.S.S. Voyager faced a long and perilous journey home. 

25-years on from Voyager’s debut, this Anniversary Special revisits that remarkable journey, both onscreen and behind-the-scenes. Drawing on contemporaneous Star Trek Magazine interviews with showrunners Jeri Taylor and Brannon Braga, along with on-set reports, insights from actors and production personnel, season guides, and a new interview with Janeway herself, Kate Mulgrew, this is the complete history of Voyager, from pilot “Caretaker” to finale “Endgame.”

Star Trek: Picard – The Collector’s Edition


In Star Trek: Picard, Sir Patrick Stewart once again brings his iconic Star Trek: The Next Generationcharacter to vivid life, accompanied by an all-new crew and classic Trek legends. This definitive guide to the making of the smash-hit show features exclusive interviews with the series’ stars, plus stunning behind-the-scenes insights.

Includes exclusive interviews with Sir Patrick Stewart (Jean-Luc Picard), Brent Spiner (Data), Jeri Ryan (Seven of Nine), Jonathan Frakes (Riker), Marina Sirtis (Troi), Jonathan Del Arco (Hugh), plus Isa Briones (Dahj/Soji), Michelle Hurd (Raffi), Harry Treadaway (Narek) and the crew of Star Trek: Picard, along with Executive Producers Alex Kurtzman and Michael Chabon, and Director Hanelle Culpepper.

The Best of Star Trek Magazine Vol. 1: The Movies


Thirty-five years after Kirk and Spock discovered V’Ger in deep space, fan-favorite J.J. Abrams donned the director’s mantle on the Star Trek movies. Covering 12 incredible films over more than 35-years, Star Trek – The Movies delves behind-the-scenes of this global phenomenon.

In this unparalleled collection of interviews and behind-the-scenes features, all true Trek fans can learn of J.J. Abrams’ challenges in revitalizing Star Trek for the big screen. Experience the late, great Leonard Nimoy’s reflections on the life of Spock and his own directorial experiences on Trek. Chris Pine, Zoe Saldana, and Zachary Quinto reveal their secrets behind reinterpreting classic Trek characters, while Benedict Cumberbatch, Eric Bana, Peter Weller, and Malcolm McDowell reveal all about creating some of the most memorable Star Trek villains.

Packed with in-depth features and interviews with the casts and crews of the Star Trek movies, plus an exclusive inside story on making Star Trek: The Motion Picture, this is a must for all true Star Trek fans. Resistance is futile.

The Best of Star Trek Magazine Vol. 2: 50 Years of Star Trek


From the vaults of Star Trek Magazine, this unique collection of classic, archive interviews tells the true story behind the making of the world’s favorite sci-fi saga, featuring every main cast-member of every Star Trekseries.

Celebrating the first half-century of Star Trek, this volume is packed with insights from William Shatner (Captain Kirk), Leonard Nimoy (Spock), Patrick Stewart (Jean-Luc Picard), Brent Spiner (Data), Kate Mulgrew (Captain Janeway), Jolene Blalock (T’Pol), and many more. Chris Pine (Kirk), Zachary Quinto (Spock), Zoe Saldana (Uhura), reveal how they made the characters their own.

Features the stars of the original series, The Next GenerationDeep Space NineVoyagerEnterprise, and the Star Trek movies. Let familiar faces reveal the true stories behind the greatest moments in the fifty-year history of Star Trek.

The Best of Star Trek Magazine Vol. 3: All Good Things


Form pilot episode “Encounter at Farpoint” to final feature film outing, Star Trek: Nemesis, this comprehensive companion to The Next Generation is an incredible collection of classic interviews and in-depth features from the vaults of Star Trek Magazine.

Celebrate the 30 anniversary of the Enterprise-D’s first voyage! Discover how The Next Generation series was created, and how it evolved into a global phenomenon over seven TV seasons and four movies. Featuring interviews with Patrick Stewart (Captain Jean-Luc Picard), Brent Spiner (Data), Marina Sirtis (Deanna Troi), LeVar Burton (Geordi La Forge), Alice Krige (the Borg Queen), Tom Hardy (Shinzon), and many more. Follow the series from its inception to the final reel, with fascinating archive contributions from producer Robert H. Justman and Majel Barrett-Roddenberry.

This is the story of how lightning struck twice, and the people who made it so.

The Best of Star Trek Magazine Vol. 4: Epic Episodes


Throughout Star Trek’s history, there have been episodes whose imaginative scope and impressive scale have marked them out as extraordinary pieces of television. In this collection of features and interviews from the vaults of Star Trek Magazine, these epic episodes from the original series and The Next Generation are celebrated.

From two-part tales such as “The Best of Both Worlds,” to memorable stand-alone stories like “Where No Man Has Gone Before,” some of the most ambitious and acclaimed episodes in Star Trek’s 50-plus years of existence are spotlighted. Interspersed with interviews with Leonard Nimoy (Mr. Spock), William Shatner (Captain Kirk), Patrick Stewart (Captain Picard), Jonathan Frakes (Commander Riker), and other Star Trekluminaries, the collection explores such classics as “Space Seed,” “The City on the Edge of Forever,” and “Yesterday’s Enterprise” – all richly illustrated with behind-the-scenes photos.

The Best of Star Trek Magazine Vol. 5: Classic Picard


Across seven television season and four blockbuster movies, Captain Jean-Luc Picard commanded the U.S.S. Enterprise-D and -E, boldly leading his crew where no one had gone before. As the legendary character returns to screens once more, Picard and his crew’s adventures are explored in this collection of features and interviews from the archives of Star Trek Magazine.

Featuring multiple interviews with Patrick Stewart, plus former Executive Producer Rick Berman and other key creatives responsible for Picard’s story, the book traces Star Trek: The Next Generation’s seven seasons, both on screen and behind the scenes. Each of Picard’s cinematic epics are examined in detail, with commentary by Stewart, Jonathan Frakes (Riker), William Shatner (Kirk), Whoopi Goldberg (Guinan), Tom Hard (Shinzon), and other pivotal figures, affording insight into the captain’s character. With an abundance of rarely-seen photos, and profiles placing Picard in context with Star Trek’s other captains, this is the perfect Jean-Luc Picard primer, for newcomers and aficionados alike.

The Best of Star Trek Magazine Vol. 6: Discovery Special


When Star Trek: Discovery arrived on our screens in 2017, it signaled the start of a new golden age for Star Trek. Set 10 years prior to the original series, the show utilized modern innovations like serialized storytelling and state-of-the-art visual effects to craft a fast-paced, thrilling vision of the future that nevertheless honored the traditions of Trek.

This celebration of Discovery’s first two seasons contains exclusive and revealing interviews which tell the real story of the show. Featuring interviews with stars Sonequa Martin-Green (Burnham), Doug Jones (Saru), Michell Yeoh (Georgiou), Jason Isaacs (Lorca), Anson Mount (Pike), Ethan Peck (Spock), Anthony Rapp (Stamets), Wilson Cruz (Culber), Mary Wiseman (Tilly), and many more, the volume presents a unique perspective on the making of a streaming age phenomenon. Also includes on-set reports, interviews with key creatives, explorations of make-up and prosthetics, and features giving context to Discovery’s place in the Star Trek canon, this is the essential guide to Star Trek: Discovery.

The Best of Star Trek Magazine Vol. 7: Villains


The Federation’s deadliest foes collected in one terrifying volume!

From a genetically engineered tyrant forced into exile, to the cold-hearted leader of the unrelenting Borg Collective, the brave explorers of the Federation have faced some of the most despicable foes in their voyages, who are hellbent on destroying all who oppose them.

Featuring interviews with the actors behind the baddies, such as Alice Krige (the Borg Queen), Christopher Plummer (General Chang), and Ricardo Montalban (Khan), and profiles of alien foes such as the Romulans, the Gorn, the Dominion and the Klingons, this is Star Trek Magazine’s ultimate guide to the evil that lies beyond the final frontier. Lavishly illustrated with rare photographs, this is the safest way to get up close and personal with Star Trek’s most sinister evil-doers.

Star Trek Explorer #1


Welcome to Star Trek Explorer!

It’s an incredible time to be a Star Trek fan with the debut of four shows in four years.

In this premiere issues you’ll find big name interviews – Discovery’s Blu Del Barrio, Ian Alexander, David Cronenberg, and show runner Michelle Paradise; all-new and exclusive short fiction by some of Trek’s brightest writers; a magazine-within-a-magazine ‘Inside Trek’, which this issue is all about Captain James T. Kirk; the definitive guide to Star Trek: Enterprise, and much, much more!

Star Trek Explorer #2


In Star Trek Explorer #2, the two actors behind the Borg Queen and Seven of Nine – Annie Wersching and Jeri Ryan – are interviewd, along with Picard executive producer Akiva Goldsman, while Inside Trek gets fully assimilated, The Definitive Guide turns the spotlight on Star Trek: First Contact, and both of our exclusive new short stories brush up against the Borg.

Star Trek Prometheus – Fire With Fire


A mysterious terrorist organization has carried out several attacks against the Federation and Klingon Empire. Tensions are running high in a region already crippled by conflict. The perpetrators are tracked to the Lembatta Cluster, a mysterious region of space whose inhabitants, the Renao, regard the Alpha Quadrant’s powers as little more than conquering tyrants.

The Federation are desperate to prevent more bloodshed, and have sent their most powerful warship, the U.S.S. Prometheus, into the Cluster to investigate the threat before all-consuming war breaks out.

Star Trek Prometheus – The Root of All Rage


A dangerous evil is flourishing in the Alpha Quadrant. In the Lembatta Cluster, a curious region of space, fanatics who call themselves the Purifying Flame are trying to start a galactic war, and the warlike Klingons are baying for blood.

The Federation have sent the U.S.S. Prometheus to settle the crisis, and the crew must contend with both the hostile Renao: the secretive inhabitants of the Cluster, and the Klingon captain of the I.K.S. Bortas, who is desperate for war.

Star Trek Prometheus – In the Heart of Chaos


The situation in the Lembatta Cluster is deteriorating rapidly. Fleets from the Federation and Klingon Empire are heading for the borders. The crews of the U.S.S. Prometheus and I.K.S. Bortas are racing against time to break the cycle of violence that is spreading through the Alpha Quadrant.

Adams and Kromm are on the trial of a secret weapons facility, but instead discover an enemy from their pasts who seems utterly unstoppable. Together, they search for the answers to their questions, before the galaxy goes down in flames.

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