Where No One Has Gone Before: A History in Pictures was a reference work published in 1994 that provided a real-world overview of TOS, TAS, TNG, and DS9. An expanded edition was released on Star Trek's 30th anniversary in 1996 with a new section on VOY. The reference was written by J.M. Dillard with contributions from Susan Sackett, Terry J. Erdmann, Judith and Garfield Reeves-Stevens, John Ordover and Stephen Poe, and with an introduction written by William Shatner during the filming of TNG movie: Generations. Paula Block and Tyya Turner served as photo consultants, and the book featured dozens of additional contributors ranging from Doug Drexler to Guy Vardaman.
- Second edition back cover
- From the genesis of The Original Series to the short-lived animated series, to the aborted second television series in the late 1970s, to Star Trek's resurgence in the movies and an incredible three more hit television shows, this is the complete Star Trek story — an epic tale that now spans thirty years.
- With more than thirty pages of new material, Where No One Has Gone Before is the ultimate collector's edition and features personal accounts, anecdotes, and full-color photographs from the actors, fans, and backstage professionals who helped make the show so incredibly popular.
- Part One: Star Trek: The Original Series
- Part Two: Star Trek: The In-Between Years
- "The Conventions as Asimov Sees Them", an essay by Isaac Asimov
- Part Three: Star Trek: The Films
- Part Four: Star Trek: The Next Generation
- Part Five: Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
- Part Six: Star Trek: Voyager
- Where No One Has Gone Before: A History in Pictures article at Memory Alpha, the wiki for canon Star Trek.