I am a big fan of Star Trek, and while I have never been a fan of the original show, I was very fond of all the movies with the original cast from the ’80s. I was however a huge fan of Star Trek: The Next Generation.
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.
Golf… the final frontier, these are the voyages of the golf cart Enterprise. I’m not a fan of golf mostly because I can’t even play Putt-Putt without getting beat by my kids. If you are a big golf fan, and happen to be a Trekkie too, you need these Star Trek golf club covers.
To raise awareness about unhealthy eating, illustrator Alex Solis started Famous Chunkies. It’s a series of caricatures of superheroes, villains and other popular characters that illustrate what they would be like if they were fat.
I’d totally be down with becoming chunky Ryu if it meant I could conjure burgers.
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.
It is very cold in space. So you can see why a Borg cube would make a great refrigerator. All of those Borg drones in their alcoves? They could be cold beers. And now they can be thanks to this amazing geektastic Borg Cube Fridge.
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.
Did you boldly go where few have gone before and got your hands on an Android Wear smartwatch? Your device is so freakin’ new it’s barely useful. But you can make it even more futuristic by giving it a 24th century look, thanks to Daniele Bonaldo and his LCARS-themed Starwatch watch face.
ThinkGeek has just revealed one of its big toys for this year’s SDCC, and it’s a doozy. I always have thought of my TV remote as a zapper of sorts, so it only makes sense that you’d use a phaser to change channels.
We know that Kirk didn’t discriminate when it came to romancing women, but he especially loved the green-skinned beauties. With that in mind, I present to you the best Star Trek cosplay ever. A pregnant Orion woman with a sign that says Kirk was here.