Star Trek: Deep Space Nine was the first Star Trek series to not be created or controlled by Gene Roddenberry since he passed away. (I think he was involved with the animated series, but if not, then DS9 is the second.) It also strays from his vision, creating a more ethically questionable Starfleet and questioning some of Roddenberry’s vision of the future. And yet it is beloved by the fandom.

As I continue to go over my 2016 ConnectiCon videos finally we get to the second of the videos I was able to shoot thanks to my cousin being able to take me that year, but only for a few hours on Saturday given that I was still in recovery mode. While I missed Walter Koening’s panel I did manage to catch the Q&A featuring Nana Visitor, who played Kira Nerys, the Bajoran representative and second in command of the station, and Michael Dorn, who played Worf on Star Trek: The Next Generation and later on Deep Space Nine. (My cousin was so happy to get his autograph.) Enjoy.

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A would be comic writer looking to organize his living space as well as his thoughts. So I have a blog for each goal. :)

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  1. Hi, read a few of your blogs today and now following. I am doing a science fiction blog every Sunday. I am new and always looking for like minded followers. Have a great day.


  2. […] more on the origins of Worf check out the BW Panelling episode featuring Michael Dorn and Nana Visitor. At this point some of the more familiar aspects of the […]


  3. […] very late before the first episode started production. Michael Dorn talked about it during that DS9 Q&A I posted for BW […]


  4. […] BW Panelling: Star Trek DS9 Q&A: One of the few videos I got out this year was an overdue panel from ConnectiCon 2016, featuring Nana Visitor and Michael Dorn of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. […]


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