Just when you thought the perfect Star Trek ugly Christmas sweater already existed (see: this ‘Trek The Halls’ ugly Christmas sweater), Numskull Designs returns with an even gaudier one in the form of this ‘Beam Me Up, Santa’ sweater.
These Star Trek Spock Socks are completely logical. Allow me to channel my inner Dr. Seuss. Spock socks shock. They also rock. Whether on the outer rim or in dry dock. Be one of the flock and dress in Spock.
I like to think by the time we make it to the 23rd century, we won’t be using wall plugs, and all power will be completely wireless. But Trekkies living in today’s world must suffer through the act of connecting their electrical devices to a wall outlet.
As you likely know by now, Leonard Nimoy passed away last week. And so the internet was full of tributes for the actor. This is one of the best. Now Nimoy has been immortalized in the massively mulitiplayer role-playing game Star Trek Online.
These are the voyages of the Starsock Monkeyprise… These Kirk and Spock sock monkeys are Kirk and Spock like you have never seen them before. I just feel sad for them because there is no McCoy to complete the trio.
If you have a job where you need business cards sitting out on your desk at all times, you might have a lame and boring cardholder. It probably came from Walmart or Office Depot. You could have stolen it from your pal in the cubicle next door, but we won’t judge.
Are you looking for some cute jewelry that won’t cost a fortune? Forget diamonds and gold. Just put some Star Trek crew members on your finger. I love these little chibi looking Kirk and Spock in their original series uniforms.
Crochet. The final frontier… Do you like the logical side of Spock, but also want him to have a softer side? Well, this Spock/Minion amigurumi is the perfect new member of your crew if you have a spot open on your bridge.
Mirror mirror on the hull, who is the most logical of all? This Spock stained glass mirror is just what you need if you think of yourself as the mirror universe Spock. Just gaze into it and practice your Vulcan meditation while admiring your reflection.
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.
While much of the world knows the game with a round black and white ball as “football,” here in the U.S., we call the game “soccer.” So this picture of multiple Spocks dressed up in soccer uniforms probably only makes sense here, in Canada and maybe Australia.
If Spock had eight arms he could have done several jobs on the Enterprise bridge at once instead of just being Science officer. This seems like the next logical step in Vulcan evolution anyway. First you master emotions and the mind, then you grow several more arms so that you can work more efficiently.
Check out this 36″ tall plush Spock. It is a highly logical purchase, despite the fact that he looks awkward being so tall and skinny. So what would you do with a 3-foot-tall Vulcan? I have a few ideas.