Rod Roddenberry signs ‘Days Missing’ at Golden Apple

Aug. 19, 2009 | 11:07 p.m.

Last-minute notice, but … Rod Roddenberry, son of “Star Trek” creator Gene Roddenberry, will be signing the first issue of a new comic book series, “Days Missing,” along with the book’s creator Trevor Roth, tonight at Golden Apple Comics in Hollywood (7018 Melrose Ave.).

Attendees will get a free “vintage ‘Star Trek’ poster.” Does that mean Ricardo Montalban as Khan or William Shatner with Tribbles in hand? Not sure.

The book itself is described as telling “the stories of a mysterious being known only as The Steward. His ability to literally fold days of time has allowed him to secretly remove critical days from our shared history that have forever changed the course of mankind.” Oooh, sounds like it could have the same title as Oliver Stone‘s new historical series “Secret History of America.”

Not another branch in the “Trek” universe, so to speak, but definitely sounds cosmic.

— Jevon Phillips


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