I did a little extra digging to find a number of fun, Trek-related odds and ends to share with you for the weekend. Enjoy all things Trek and have a great weekend!
Rolling Stone shares its Top Ten Star Trek Movies list, Pogo releases a kinda creepy TNG mash-up with a beat you can dance to, fans weigh in on what kind of characters should make up the crew of the Discovery and Mike and Denise Okuda throw the book at us all with the updated release of the Star Trek Encyclopedia.
Star Trek’s optimistic vision of the future – one where people of all races, colors, genders (and even species) work together to explore the galaxy – is probably best embodied in the career of Nichelle Nichols.
The voyages of the USS Enterprise and the rest of Star Fleet can be found in a variety of comic books published every month by IDW (today) and other publishers including Gold Key, Marvel and DC (in the past). See how Star Trek lives on!
Star Trek Lives! It was a big buzz back in the 70’s when there was some question as to the long-term fate of Kirk, Spock and McCoy – but now it’s a reality in labs and living rooms around the world.
What is the allure of Star Trek? President of the United States (and Trekkie-in-Chief) Barak Obama shares his view about what makes Star Trek and the future it represents a vital part of the fabric of America.
You can’t have Star Trek without aliens can you? We take a closer look at some of Trek’s weirdest species and the inspiration for them from here on planet Earth.
Quite possibly Star Trek’s most iconic prop (other than the communicator), the phaser combines practical design, swashbuckling sophistication and rough-and-ready action into our favorite ray gun.
Summarizing the latest news about Star Trek: Discovery, the new TV series set to premier on CBS and then move to CBS All Access in May of 2017.