Saturday, August 1, 2015

Port or Starboard and a review!

Above are two of the "retro" covers I am considering when the print version goes up. Note the print will only be available for order for a VERY LIMITED (less than 1 day) time period and I make NO profit from it. Also once that cover is printed and done, it will never be back...

Let me know if either of these are interesting to you and if so which one Port (left) or Starboard (right).

Vote in the "I prefer " poll to your right to make your opinion count.

Michale Taylor has posted a good critical review of Far Trek, check it out here.

Keep on Trekkin'

17 comments:

  1. Man! Those are both great. I lean slightly to the one on the right, though.

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  2. I'm for the one on the right also.

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    1. Thanks Scott, make sure to log you vote!

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  3. Another vote for the starboard cover, although both are great.

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  4. I vote the right side. There's something about the pulp quality of the cover that instantly appeals to me.

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  5. I'm enjoying the ruleset, but I think they need a little copy editing; I spotted some nitpick errors that could use some cleaning up before going to print.

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    1. Feel free to email me an issue(s) you find

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  6. Starboard, clearly.

    But less than a day? Wow, that's tough for us international customers. I have to sleep sometime!

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    1. Yea, that is going to be tough for me unless you announce it way in advance. And I really would like to get a print copy.

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    2. Same here. But starboard, for sure.

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    3. Well, I once HAD a print copy of the first edition on its way to me but the shipment got lost, and by the time I tried to order it a second time it was already pulled from LULU...

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  7. Definately the Starboard / Right Side Cover :)

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  8. >>I'm enjoying the ruleset, but I think they need a little copy editing; I spotted some nitpick errors that could use some cleaning up before going to print.

    Most of them appear to be in the Romulan section! ;)

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