From late 1979: FUTURE LIFE (nee FUTURE, sister title to STARLOG) previews the Christmas release of STAR TREK THE MOTION PICTURE (a slow slog worthy of reappraisal... it really does have an epic quality that the other films in the original run were often lacking).
This is production art from the film's opening sequence (and for many, the highpoint of the film) which introduced the Mars Bar-headed Klingons (and their austere interior decor)... and promptly dispatched them to demonstrate the power of the alien energy cloud.
Storyboards credited to John Vallone.
The sequence itself was simplified for the screen (no doubt down to the crushing Christmas deadline and general sense of chaos permeating the production) but still supplied some early tension which the rest of the film sometimes struggled to recover.
Some of the other articles in the magazine are also interesting. THE MARTIAN CHRONICLES is one of the more overlooked Star Age TV projects and is worth rediscovering today.
The Men-on-Mars piece, like yer average episode of TOMORROW'S WORLD, was a typical piece of futuregazing that was light years wide of the mark.