Give a geek some LEGO and great things happen. Kevin J. Walter is one such geek who loves to build awesome things with the versatile building blocks. This awesome thing is a Klingon Bird of Prey and it took 25,000 blocks to build.
I always thought that Worf was one of the coolest characters on Star Trek: The Next Generation. I also liked the fact that he had a cool melee weapon called a Bat’leth. I always wondered how many Klingon’s chopped off their own fingers handling one of those wild curved bladed weapons.
Worf was always one of my favorite characters on Star Trek: TNG. I liked his wrinkly head and he was always ready to put a smack down when needed. I always thought Worf was pretty lucky that Starfleet uniforms didn’t have hats – there’s no way that massive forehead would fit under a hat.
I always thought the Klingon language was made up of sounds that were invented while people were clearing their throats. My favorite Klingon was Worf from The Next Generation and if you want to be a little more like Worf, you need this letter opener.
ThinkGeek came prepared for April Fools’ Day this year, with a number of fake items that are silly but not too outrageous that they can’t ever exist. A cynic would say that they’re using the holiday to drive interest up in products that they already plan on making.
This officially-licensed Star Trek beer is called Warnog. It is not nearly as strong as Klingon bloodwine, but then again, humans can’t handle that. Still, it does go good with a nice moving plate full of Gagh.
Apparently, Netflix pulled Star Trek III: The Search for Spock from its instant streaming service. The company has had much criticism over errors in the way it’s streaming movies, especially the subtitles. Specifically, they pulled The Search for Spock to correct the Vulcan and Klingon subtitles.
Confession: I’m wary of sharing anything related to Star Trek because I barely know anything about the franchise. It’s a franchise right? Right. But I do know that I’d rather wear a Worf hoodie instead of a Chewbacca hoodie.
Nerds will do some pretty strange things for their love of Star Trek. Nerds like newlyweds Jossie Sockertopp and Sonnie Gustavsson. They have the honor of being Britain’s first known couple to get married in a Klingon wedding and were married at a Star Trek convention over the weekend.
If you’re a fan of Star Trek, you’ll undoubtedly recognize this Klingon weapon. The weapon is called a Bat’leth and is a two-handed bladed weapon the Klingon’s use to cleave enemies in twain. This miniaturized version is sharp and designed to rip your mail open.
Apparently Trekkies love Monopoly so much that USAopoly has released not one, but two Star Trek-themed Monopoly sets. Unlike the first one, this particular set will let you play with your Klingon friends. Yeah, I know, I’ve yet to find evidence that this “friend” creature exists either.
Having drinks with your friends and qorDu’? No need to bring out a phaser or a bat’leth. The tools in the Star Trek-themed bottle opener gift set will do the trick, whether you need to pop crowns or corks.