What species is “Ensign Pink”? The closest look I can think of is a Traveler, but The Traveler in TNG looked slightly different (three-fingered hands, brow ridges and seemingly no eyebrows, and, of course, decidedly non-pink hair 🙂 .
Possibly that is a Rhaandarite from ST:TMP?
LOL — Always a joy to play “Identify the Alien”.
What about the TNG red shirt there…
Looks to me like a standard TOS redshirt with chiaroscuro applied in the manner of Mr. Farinas.
There are so many great things in these panels but I’m distracted by the question of whether TOS had faster than light sensors capable of picking up ships at warp. In TNG they definitely could pick up the colony ship warping out without bothering to stop, and track their warp trail, but in that case I could easily see them missing the murderous mess.
To be honest, scanners and the protocols under which they are used are based solely on the needs of the plot. In many TOS episodes they spot ships based on transmissions, not through scans, like in “Doomsday Machine”, “Space Seed”. In that tradition the federation ship followed the SOS to its last known location and by the time they arrived and scanned the area the Gemisi was in the nebula.
I have to admit Ensign Pink’s data microscope is probably in a better place than Spock’s
What is this I’m seeing here? A TOS-era starship bridge that’s different from Enterprise’s but still recognizably a TOS-era starship bridge? But–but–the finest creative minds in Hollywood have assured me that’s impossible!
Looks like the Huron’s bridge from the TAS episode “Pirates of Orion” — though our artist has given this boat a proper command chair.
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