I am a big fan of Star Trek Continues, and truly thrilled with the work that Vic Mignogna and the rest of the team has done and continues to do. The sets are amazing, and the sound effects, costumes, story lines... everything... are on target with the original series. We are very lucky that these fans have pulled together to create STC. I do have to say though, that I was a bit disappointed in the character portrayal of Captain Kirk in this last episode. In the original series, Captain Kirk has a persona of being bigger and better than the average Star Trek human. This "super human" nature is what makes him such a wonderful leader and captain. You can count on him to put up a bigger fight and hold on longer than any other captain in the fleet! In the original series, Captain Kirk would put up a heroic fight before succumbing to any alien force. He would exhibit emotional and physical struggles to retain control of himself before being consumed. I did not see that struggle in "Come Not Between the Dragons." Captain Kirk seemed to just give right in to the anger that was consuming the crew. No big deal. Go with the flow... oh what a disappointment! To remain true to his character, Vic needed to exhibit a super-human struggle before falling into the anger. I really missed that in this episode. Vic is a good actor, and he could have pull this off with no problem. It just did not happen.
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