The ultimate pizza cutter is full of win. The perfect blend of geekiness and utility, the stainless steel Starship Enterprise pizza wheel will get you through your pepperoni and cheese at warp speed.
While it wouldn’t be the first time we’ve seen a mashup of these two, 2SunsNoWomen‘s version is one of the better ones we’ve come across. Picard vs. Vader! Ultimate facepalm!
Nokia built 14 prototypes of this phone, which externally resembles the communicator used in Star Trek, complete with the iconic grille and lights. We wonder if it has the Enterprise on speed dial.
We think the best part about the traditional hand greeting on this hoodie, designed by SÃ£o Paulo’s Paulo Bruno, is when you unzip it and it becomes the standard Spock wave. Clever, clever youth.
There’s no better way to play the theme from Star Trek but on one of those squealy theremins. Actually, there is one better, geekier way: dressed in full Starfleet garb on the transporter deck.
Shawn Conn’s latest tee combines two of our favorite things, Star Trek and zombies, and makes evil Spock with the goatee look like a major wuss. With all that in mind, we ask: what’s not to like?
At an old Trekkie convention, Leonard Nimoy reveals that William Shatner stole his bicycle. But Shat only did it to stop Nimoy from always being first in line for lunch. Nimoy’s retort is priceless.
Now that there’s a Star Trek mash-up video set to TiK ToK, we guess Kei$ha has finally arrived. MissSheenie’s Trek edits perfectly sync up with catchy lyrics of the vocally-challenged pop star.
We know we never got sick of hearing Dr. McCoy say “He’s dead, Jim” on classic episodes of Star Trek, but did it ever get old when we heard him say, “I’m a doctor, not a ___?” Nope.
Nero wins our vote for best makeup and best performance in Push It Films Sweded version of J.J. Abrams Star Trek. We only wish they could have afforded a bit more lens flare.
If you frequent Las Vegas, you might have visited the now defunct Star Trek: The Experience. If you move fast, you can get your hands on a piece of it. The auction ends at 3pm Pacific today, 4/10.
Eddie King may be the fugliest Leia we’ve ever seen, but he and Tyler Marshall’s mashup of Ke$ha’s “Tik Tok” will have Star Wars and Star Trek fans blowin’ their speakers up.
HISHE.com gives us a taste of how Star Trek should have ended; if fans thought the lens flares were a bit on the bright side, just wait until they see what happens on the dark side.
It looks like a poor man’s Mass Effect at times, but we’re happily stunned over this Ground Combat trailer for Star Trek Online; phasers are cool, but we can’t wait for bat’leth brawls.
Filmed in only 3 1/2 weeks over Christmas Break, Star Wars vs. Star Trek puts the ultimate fanboy debate to rest once and for all with an epic finale that’s literally a war of words.
This Captain’s Log t-shirt is not so much supplemental as it is in need of suppositories; Star Trek may have futuristic phasers and warp drives, but we’re gonna pass on those replicator rations.
Jay’s DIY phaser may be a class 3B laser that uses a 12X Blu-ray diode, but you’ll throw your Vulcan side out the nearest airlock once you watch the video above: PEW! PEW! PEW!
Although perfect for JJ Abram’s new, sexi-fied film, these 7mm Star Trek Wetsuits are styled after The Original Series; choose from Command Yellow, Science Blue, and Engineering Red.
An Aqua Modeler in Japan puts the ship back in spaceship with this remote-controlled, underwater capable Enterprise; they’ve also converted Battleship Yamato and the USS Voyager.
Boldly chat where no geek has gone before with the Star Trek Webcam; the 300k USB camera is shaped like the original Enterprise with red LED nacelles and a gooseneck mount.
Live long, and puppet: this Party Trick tee proves that Spock’s greeting also makes him the life of the party–at least until he Vulcan nerve pinches everyone after too much Romulan Ale.
It is a good day to Twitter: Tweet in Klingon is a Star Trek Online viral tool that translates your weakling Federation-speak into 140 characters of guttural, bat’leth-wielding doom.
This Space Exploration trailer for Star Trek: Online needs a name change; there’s plenty of gorgeous space porn, but exploration? Only if Lewis & Clark were armed with phasers.
We’ve enjoyed Star Trek Online’s Future Past series, but this Tactics trailer really lights up the LCARS with a detailed look at space combat, ship upgrades, and personnel choices.
With Star Trek on Blu-ray scoring perfect, Star Trek: Art of the Film is icing on cake: the 160 page book includes never before seen set pieces and details on the reimagining of the Enterprise.
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