April 17 2024

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Nimoy Commemorative Magazine

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A new issue of CBS Watch Magazine will celebrate the life and work of Leonard Nimoy.

The one-hundred page issue will feature “informative articles and many familiar and rare photographs” of Nimoy.

Making its debut tomorrow, The Official CBS Watch! Presents – Star Trek: Leonard Nimoy Commemorative Edition is a”one-of-a-kind tribute to the late Leonard Nimoy, TV’s Mr. Spock. For nearly fifty years in the limelight, Nimoy was the favorite of generations of science fiction fans for his logical yet lovable Vulcan. But his artistic endeavors went far beyond Star Trek, taking him behind the camera as a director, to the still image as a photographer and to the written word as a poet and author. Through exclusive photos and editorial content, this one-hundred-page memorial issue celebrates every aspect of the man the world came to know and love as Spock.”

To order this special commemorative magazine, which costs $9.99, head to the link located here.

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5 thoughts on “Nimoy Commemorative Magazine

  1. The CBS magazine on Star Trek that came out a few months ago was riddled with inaccuracies — so many that Michael Kmet has an entire entry devoted to them at his Star Trek Fact Check site. I hope the Nimoy issue has been edited by someone who actually knows what he or she is talking about!

  2. I work at a bookstore; these commemorative magazines are a dime a dozen and roll off the presses before the subject’s body is cold.

  3. Just picked up a copy at Walgreen’s tonight. It’s very nice, all slick, with lots of photos I’ve never seen before, including plenty of black and white shots from Kid Monk Baroni, Zombies of the Stratosphere, Nimoy and family at home pics from the sixties, as well as lots from more recent times.

    I usually don’t go for “tribute” mags like this, but I was impressed with the quality and variety of photos. Well worth the ten bucks, IMHO. 🙂

  4. I saw the magazine. The photos are real nice. Once problem I noticed when I glanced at a bit of the writing is that they called Zachary Quintos Spock the Prime Spock. Niomoys Spock is from the Prime universe so he would be called Prime Spock or just Spock. Qunitos inferior Spock would be NuSPock.

  5. Note: On pages 32 & 33, the scene is actually taken from the set of “The Man Trap,” not “The Conscience of the King.” The actor who is resting his forehead in his left hand is Alfred Ryder (Professor Robert Crater).

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