It can be difficult to keep up with all the different races and species on Star Trek. Here, our old pal Neil Cicierega provides a brief educational video to help us spot the tricky differences between a Liger and a Tigon.
Ten of ten Trekkies would love to have this geeky fridge. Exclusive to ThinkGeek, the refrigerator has green outer and inner lights. It can also be used to warm food. It’s powered via 120V AC or 12V DC, no Borg alcove needed.
(NSFW) When Captain Picard and his men log out for the day, the Night Crew takes over. Sir Patrick Stewart and Chris Pine guest star in this groovy Robot Chicken skit. Commander La Freak: best name ever.
Inspired by this enthralling SubReddit, Danny Rogers used image-stabilized Star Trek scenes to make them less shaky, but no less entertaining. Of course, it’s DJ Snake and Lil’ Jon’s backing track that makes it all come together.
The tale of an orphan who became a warrior, pioneer and worthy representative of his race. YouTuber doubleg1701 presents some memorable clips of Star Trek’s Worf over Kanye West’s Ridged ForeheadBlack Skinhead.
The balance that makes up the ideal partner is perfectly and proudly portrayed in this clever design from Look Human. It’s only logical that such a great design can be used to customize a variety of tees, sweatshirts and hoodies.
Represent your rank and duty while staying warm with these official Star Trek: The Next Generation hoodies. The hood has a matching piping, so that the sweater looks like the uniform from the series when the hood is down.
(NSFW)“What is… that?” The atrocity that is Miley Cyrus’ VMA performance didn’t just bum out the folks in New Mexico. It reached the final frontier and devastated Captain Kirk and the rest of the crew of the USS Enterprise.
This limited edition 3D Combo Blu-ray box set of Star Trek: Into Darkness comes with a life-size phaser replica. Made by Quantum Mechanix, the phaser’s barrel can be switched between stun and kill mode.
If Sterling Archer were Captain of the Starship Enterprise, it might look something like this. Casting Lana Kane as Uhura is brilliant. Though we’re not sure there are roles for Cheryl or Pam on the bridge. Catch episode two here.
A special single-disc Blu-ray release featuring five episodes which set the Star Trek franchise in motion – with the introductions of Pike, Spock, Kirk, Khan, the Klingons – and those troublesome Tribbles.
(NSFW) Hide the kids. This is straight-up Ponfarrnography. The Key of Awesome tell a jazzy rap fan fiction in which Spock sets out to find a mate. He’s acts like a jerk though, so we hope he gets his due in part 2.
Star Trek fans can certainly buy a cheap off-the-shelf Bat’leth replica, but Swordmaker Tony Swatton’s epic, handmage version appears to be even sharper and more deadly than the version Worf used in battle.
Despite the fact that noteveryStar Trek movie is a classic, editor Nick Bosworth makes them look that way in his 7-minute tribute which features footage from each and every Trek flick released in theaters to date.
Trekkies may know Capt. Will Riker of the USS Enterprise as a Picard’s Number One, a ladies man and owner of a suave beard. Thanks to YouTuber WeirdHat, now we’ll remember him as the dude who treats chairs as motorcycles.
An impressive DIY build in which R/C enthusiast TheMiro59 built a model of the USS Enterprise NCC-1701-D which can actually fly. It even has fiber-optic lighting. Though it flies using a propeller, not warp nacelles.
Captain Kirk rallies his crew to battle, the nameless villain is really bitter about something and the Starship Enterprise looks like its going to meet its maker in the latest trailer for Star Trek: Into Darkness.
Some hilariously weird footage as the cast of Star Trek: The Next Generation tries out their costumes and makeup for the camera. Is it just us or is Data doing Blue Steel? Geordi’s yellow sweater = win.