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.
We still don’t know what the acronym stands for, but Star Trek: DAC at least has several new tantalizing gameplay screens for us to chew on; do we detect the faint aroma of Netrek?
Last night’s Family Guy almost overloaded our plasma conduits; Stewie abducts the entire cast of Star Trek: The Next Generation from a convention and takes them … bowling.
Frakking awesome: we’re digging the hot gradient line art on black stylings of this Space Junk! Tee, which is packed with references to Star Wars, Star Trek, 2001 and BSG.
Come to think of it, that Sham Wow dude always did look a little out of this world: this Vince Vulcan tee mashes up our favorite pointy eared freaks with absorbent German towels.
Previously debuted at WonderCon (and today for Watchmen), the latest Trek trailer is fantastic; it lends real gravitas to the movie, elevating it from intergalactic joyride to a bonafide “star trek.”
We’ve never had any desire to smell like Kirk, but these Star Trek Colognes by Genki Wear are ideal gifts for uber Trekkies; Red Shirt is the best: “Because tomorrow may never come.”
On Blu-ray 5/12, Star Trek: The Original Motion Picture Collection includes the six films from The Original Series, as well as a roundtable chat with Shatner, Nimoy, Stewart and Frakes.
Go where no Trekkie has gone before and create your own Star Trek cartoon, thanks to a partnership between CBS and GoAnimate.com; create your own adventures with Kirk & the crew here.
We’re not sure how long this trailer will stay up, so get it while it’s hot: this latest Star Trek trailer offers a few snippets of a bruised Kirk and the Enterprise with guns ablazin’.
While it may not encompass every plot (ask a Trekkie), we think this DIY Star Trek story chart is as effective a dilithium-powered plot generator as any you’ll find in the Alpha Quadrant.
USA Today has a first look at new toys from the upcoming Star Trek movie, including action figures, gadgets and our favorite: a replica of the Enterprise bridge; they’ll be available 4/19.
A combined Star Wars, Star Trek and Babylon 5 battle would a sci-fi geekfest of epic proportions; until then, this comparison of spacecraft sizes is a fitting stand-in. Thanks, Kenneth!
Straight from the shipyards of Q’onos, this Klingon Keyboard is a standard 105 key with a PS/2 connection (USB is for Federation wussies); just don’t spill any gagh on it, you p’tahk!
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