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An in-depth look at the making of Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, featuring rare and previously unseen production art and new and exclusive interviews.
Forty years ago, Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan saw Kirk and the U.S.S. Enterprise crew face one of the greatest foes in Star Trek history, Khan Noonien Singh, as well as the death of Spock. Celebrate this landmark anniversary by taking a deep dive into the stories behind this iconic science fiction classic. This beautiful coffee-table book is full to the brim with rare and previously unpublished archival material, behind-the-scenes photography, production art, cut scenes, script extracts, and much more, alongside new and exclusive interviews with the creatives, including director Nicholas Meyer.
About the Author
John Tenuto has been a sociology professor for 23 years. His research on Star Trek has been featured in Wired, USA Today, Chicago Sun-Times, and on CBS, Grayslake Il.
Maria Jose Tenuto has been a sociology professor for 23 years. Her research on Star Trek has been featured in Wired, USA Today, and on CBS, Grayslake Il.