1. Star Trek at 50, or, Star Trek beyond Star Trek
  2. Gerry Canavan
  3. pp. 319-324
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  1. Transmedia space battles: reference materials and miniatures wargames in 1970s Star Trek fandom
  2. Bob Rehak
  3. pp. 325-345
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  1. The inertia of tradition in Star Trek: case studies in neglected corners of the ‘canon’
  2. Adam Kotsko
  3. pp. 347-370
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  1. Star Trek, global capitalism and immaterial labour
  2. Dan Hassler-Forest
  3. pp. 371-391
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  1. To boldly grow up: navigating female adolescence in Star Trek and Lost in Space
  2. Zara T. Wilkinson
  3. pp. 393-415
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  1. ‘A friendship that will define you both’: Star Trek and the devolution of American masculinity
  2. Bridget Kies
  3. pp. 417-438
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  1. A generic correspondence: Sturgeon–Roddenberry letters on sf, sex, sales and Star Trek
  2. Andrew Hageman
  3. pp. 473-478
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  1. ‘It’s just us now’: nostalgia and Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens
  2. Benjamin J. Robertson
  3. pp. 479-488
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  1. Necromedia by Marcel O’Gorman (review)
  2. Sean Matharoo
  3. pp. 489-493
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  1. The New Mutants: Superheroes and the Radical Imagination of American Comics by Ramzi Fawaz (review)
  2. Josh Pearson
  3. pp. 494-499
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  1. Steven Universe (review)
  2. Brittany Pladek
  3. pp. 501-504
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  1. Index to volume 9
  2. pp. 507-509
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  1. About the contributors
  2. pp. 505-506
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