Star Trek: Legacy meets 007 in amazing Star Trek fan art that images Captain Seven of Nine and her crew meeting Liam Shaw AKA “Dr. No.”

Star Trek: Picard‘s proposed continuation, Star Trek: Legacy, is yet to be greenlit, but a Star Trek fan’s vivid artwork imagines the crew of the USS Enterprise-G having an amazing James Bond-style holodeck adventure. Star Trek: Picard season 3’s ending set up the continuing voyages of the new Enterprise commanded by Captain Seven of Nine (Jeri Ryan), who is joined by her Number One, Commander Raffi Musiker (Michelle Hurd), and her new Special Counselor, Ensign Jack Crusher (Ed Speleers).


Twitter user @wilwong1971 shared his fantastic fan art placing Captain Seven, Raffi, and Jack Crusher in a James Bond holodeck spy adventure where they meet Captain Liam Shaw (Todd Stashwick) as “Dr. No.” Shaw is a natural to be Dr. No ever since his telling Admiral Jean-Luc Picard (Patrick Stewart) “No” in Star Trek: Picard season 3‘s premiere became a meme. Check out the Tweet and artwork below:

Star Trek Has Parodied James Bond Before

Julian Bashir and Elim Garak in the James Bond holonovel

Star Trek is no stranger to homaging 007 in a holodeck adventure. The popular Star Trek: Deep Space Nine season 4 episode “Our Man Bashir” saw Dr. Julian Bashir (Alexander Siddig) play out his James Bond fantasy of being a 1960s international man of mystery, Julian Bashir, Secret Agent. A transporter accident placed other members of DS9’s crew in the holodeck, with Bashir and his sidekick, Garak (Andrew Robinson), facing them as 007-inspired villains, like Captain Benjamin Sisko (Avery Brooks) as Dr. Noah. “Our Man Bashir” was released in 1995 and timed to coincide with Pierce Brosnan’s debut as James Bond, GoldenEye. Some Star Trek fans even feel DS9 delivered the better Bond adventure.

Star Trek: Legacys imagined holodeck version of Dr. No is on point by casting Seven of Nine as “007 of Nine” and a tuxedoed Jack Crusher as “00?” @wilwong1971’s artwork also includes Raffi, James Bond’s Aston Martin DB5, an exotic supervillain lair, and the USS Enterprise-G appearing as a classic 1960s Star Trek Constitution Class starship. Since “Our Man Bashir” aired almost 30 years ago, Star Trek is overdue for another holodeck ode to James Bond, and Star Trek: Legacy would likely do a fantastic 007 holodeck adventure of its own if it happens.

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