If you prefer tribbles over TNG, this Star Trek Original Series Tricorder is for you; its an analog artifact in a digital world, but you can’t beat the lights, sound effects and Spock sound clips.
Available 9/22, Star Trek: TNG Movie Collection is a five-disc set with Picard and crew (Generations, First Contact, Insurrection and Nemesis) plus a fifth bonus disc; Blu-ray or DVD.
Vulcans are not known for their emotions, but this Sci-Five t-shirt catches our pointy-eared freaks as they turn the ultimate geek salute into an act of irrational and illogical exuberance.
Because there’s no quicker way to get relieved of duty on the Enterprise bridge than to get your sci-fi franchises mixed up: Star Wars: Confusion gets lost in a galaxy far, far away.
No, it’s not from J.J. Abram’s Star Trek–it’s FedCon 2009’s opening video which depicts a “what if” battle with the USS Kelvin, Romulan fighters and a surprise guest. Thanks Luke!
This Everyone’s A Trekkie t-shirt proves that Darth and Yoda are actually closet Trekkies, as they find the backwards Federation a welcome break from the harsh realities of their own galaxy.
This Trek Parody is not only a funny spoof of the new Star Trek film, but also shows off The Sims 3 movie mashup tool; it’ll let you boldly go where no machinima has gone before.
Available today only, Sporck Long And Prosper is a double entendre tee: Spock is no longer half-human and half Vulcan; he’s now also part Leonard Nimoy and part Zachary Quinto.
Critics have been calling the new Star Trek a fresh reboot of the franchise, but CollegeHumor’s My Favorite Movie reveals uncanny similarities to another sci-fi franchise.
We promise we’ll cut back on Star Trek posts soon, but The Movie Blog has a great compilation of Motivational Posters that should bring a smile to even the most stoic of Vulcans.
Hello, fanboy flame war bait: the same folks who brought us the Death Star over San Francisco video are back, this time pitting the Death Star vs. Star Trek’s USS Enterprise.
This Star Trek TOS-styled Communicator is not only a must-have for Trekkies, but actually serves as a VoIP phone with working speaker and buttons plus 21 sound effects.
Due out with the movie today, these limited Star Trek sneakers were made with STPL and Airwalk and feature the Trek logo in several spots, NCC-1701 on the heel and a printed sockliner.
It’s too much for our Andorian antennae to handle: Star Trek Continuum Edition squeezes all our favorite Enterprise/DS9 captains onto one board, with both Monopoly and Star Trek rules.
Roughly half of this debut trailer for Star Trek D.A.C. uses clips from the Star Trek movie, which isn’t a good sign for the game; still, any footage is like Dilithium from heaven for Trekkies.
The Onion takes a bat’leth to J.J. Adams’ new Star Trek film with their latest video, which criticizes it for being actually fun, watchable, and leaving out an aging, bloated William Shatner.
Shatner Quake tops the list for ridiculous sci-fi novels: in it, every William Shatner character gets sucked into our world to do battle with a Bruce Campbell terrorist cult. No, seriously.
YOUgNeek’s Star Trek Clock is a direct answer to Trekkies that felt left out by their previous Star Wars Clock; it’s made with 12 Micro Machine vehicles and a DS9 in the middle.
Heretofore seen only in screenshots, Star Trek: D.A.C. is finally unveiled in a series of Walkthrough videos (Part 1, 2, 3); it’s basically a 2D shooter a-la Asteroids, albeit a beautiful one.
Apparently, the 22nd century is not only free of money and war but forks and spoons; this limited edition Star Trek Titanium Spork is engraved with NCC-1701 and individually numbered.
Fellow trekkies, let’s face it: the whole pointy eared thing is not a babe magnet, nor is the hand salute; hopefully, you won’t be wearing this V is for Virgin tee at your next pon farr.
Eminem’s smart-mouthed satire is back in grand, surprisingly geeky style: his We Made You music video satirizes Star Trek, Transformers, Sarah Palin and Jessica Simpson.
Done Terminating Yourself? Trek Yourself is a bit klunkier and only the Vulcan option is worth your time, but we still had fun giving arch nemeses Bill Gates and Steve Jobs a bowl cut.
The Enterprise Project is an example of promos done right: Star Trek meets urban with these 34″ movie replicas, modded to high heaven by 24 artists including comic book artist Jim Lee.
We’re leery of movie tie-ins, but Star Trek: Countdown helps to establish continuity with the last Trek movie (Nemesis); all four comics are combined in this trade paperback edition.
Short of working plasma conduits, this 6×10 Star Trek full wall mural is about as close as most of us will ever get to the Enterprise bridge; warp core and captain’s chair not included.
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