Our time has come friends.
Our time has come friends.
Plus a submarine in the streets of Milan, a beer made with meteorites, and a terrifying toothbrush that’ll clean your teeth in six seconds.
Reddit user ThatNordicGuy combined the past and present actors into single images and the results are awesome.
Naked People! Everywhere! NSFW!
Plus what it would be like if Spock were a stand-up comic, figuring out who Robert Pattinson’s next girlfriend will be, and photographic proof that the cicadas are coming.
Screenwriters Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci discuss why they included several beloved characters and tropes from classic Trek. Yes, that includes the man played by Benedict Cumberbatch.
“I’m not a Star Trek fan at all. In fact, I turned J.J. Abrams down the first time he asked me to work on the film.”
Muppet Magazine scored an interview with Leonard Nimoy in 1984. This publication deserves far more credit.
The Enterprise is underwater, Spock is in danger, and the camera keeps missing Kirk’s butt. Pay attention, camera!
In 1968, Leonard Nimoy was moved by a girl’s difficulty fitting in, so he wrote to her about how Spock overcame prejudice.
America’s favorite scientist was on the news today and he looked amazing.
Apologies to J.J. Abrams — nobody in New York City cares.
Benedict Cumberbatch, Chris Pine, and Zachary Quinto are having a staring contest. A sexy, sexy staring contest.
Spock! In a volcano! Spoiler free because it’s three frames long! J.J. Abrams is a tease.
Live long and rock out! Leonard Nimoy and Adam West were some hip cats.
See how far you can make it before your eyes start bleeding. Special thanks to our new favorite tumblr The Kawaii Project.
Feast your eyes on these unholy unions.
The Empire strikes out. View Image ›
Princess Leia seems a little short to be such a height snob. To commemorate the one year anniversary of his daughter, this Geeky Dad created an awesome growth chart. Taller than a tribble; shorter than a dalek. View Image ›
A short film exploring the havoc that Facebook would wreak on the Enterprise. Spock needs to wash his drawers. Watch Video ›
Spock learns a very valuable lesson about the power of the internet in this exceptionally well-edited video. Watch Video ›
This particular Vulcan salute will Spock your world. There are many a nerd out there who wouldn’t mind receiving some Quintolingus. View Image ›
Chewbacca as various celebrity puns, because it’s Wookiee Wednesday. Happy Wookiee Wednesday! View List ›
Spock said fascinating a lot. This supercut proves it. Watch Video ›
Legally Blonde: The Musical and Star Trek XI shouldn’t go so well together. That being said, this video does raise some valid points regarding Spock’s (and Kirk’s) sexual orientation. Watch Video ›
Obesity is illogical, Captain. View Image ›
By Ramsey Sibaja. Who knew Spock had so damn many faces? View Image ›
Helllllooo, Mr. Spock ^_~ If I didn’t already love Star Trek, this commercial would definitely convince me to start watching. Watch Video ›
Since it first aired on September 8th, 1966, Star Trek has greatly influenced almost every facet of pop culture as we know it — from iPads to space travel. In honor of Star Trek’s 44th year of cultural influence, here are 10 classic Trek episodes from the original series (in no particular order). View List ›