It is accomplished.
A scant number of you may have seen the sketch of this take-off on Da Vinci's Last Supper back in December of 2012 when I uploaded it to my scraps.
I'd kinda hoped to have it completed by the following month, to commemorate Deep Space Nine's 20th anniversary, but I was just so damn daunted by how much work I knew would be involved that I left the drawings sitting on the end of my couch and the DVDs I intended to reference gathering dust on top of my TV for a year. Just under a week ago, the show reached it's 21st anniversary. If it were a person, it would now be old enough to drink.
I still clearly recall seeing the first promo for DS9. All it said was "Coming in January" and the name of the show. Being deep into my Trekkie phase, that was enough to cause me to bound across the room while uttering a triumphant "Yes!"
in an embarrassing display of enthusiasm before I was stopped short a second later by the realization that I had little clue what "Deep Space Nine" was.
A new movie? Eventually, I came to regard the show as quite possibly the best of the Star Trek series.
From left to right:
Michael Dorn as Lieutenant Commander Worf
Cirroc Lofton as Jake Sisko
Max Grodenchik as Rom
Andrew Robinson as Elim Garak
Alexander Siddig (née Siddig El Fadil) as Dr. Julian Bashir
Terry Farrell as Lieutenant Jadzia Dax
Avery Brooks as Captain Benjamin SiskoRené Auberjonois
as Constable Odo
Colm Meany as Chief Miles O'Brien
Nana Visitor as Major (later Colonel) Kira Nerys
Aaron Eisenberg as Nog
Armin Shimerman as Quark
Nicole de Boer as Ezri Dax
Mark Allen Shepherd as Morn