From the sleek curves to the subtle design of this dress, the Star Trek XI Blue Dress embodies the woman. This alluring micro-dress features a charcoal yolk, supple fabric, and a slenderizing cut that will highlight the contours of your figure. Using meticulous research from multiple screen-used pieces from the Star Trek film, this dress was produced with the same dyeing/printing from the original manufacturers. All eyes will be on you when you wear this unparalleled replica uniform! Please note that the badge is not included with the dress.
via Entertainment Earth.
In the Star Trek universe created by Gene Roddenberry, there are a myriad of iconic images many people remember: Green Orion slave girls, the Borg, phasers, heroes, villains, and that big-headed alien that Clint Howard pretends to be that shows up at the end of the credits of the original series, and more. But take anyone off the street, and odds are they can identify at least one incarnation of the USS Enterprise. Starships have long been one of the easily recognizable parts of Star Trek lore; while Roddenbery’s vision of the future was for the most part peaceful, with brains far exceeding brawn, not all conflict could be resolved by hugging it out.
lots of videos, and I whole heartedly disagree with #1 (and it seems like the guy at TR has no idea WHY it’s so damn powerful), but this list actually reminded me that I missed a couple dozen ENTERPRISE episodes, one of which apparently took place in the Mirror Mirror verse, which reminds me, all the trek episodes are on Netflix… though none of the movies are, wtf.
After two years Quantum Mechanix has finally revealed the final design for their Artisan Replica of the USS Enterprise from JJ Abrams 2009 Star Trek movie. They will start taking pre-orders at the end of this month and so if you have $5000, one of these limited edition replicas can be yours.
Must resist impulse to sell a kidney for one…
SANTA MONICA, California â€” J.J. Abramsâ€™ rebooted Star Trek could hardly have been more successful with critics and the general public, but some Trekkers found the filmâ€™s script to be rife with plot holes that spoke more to convenience than good storytelling.
And the sad thing is, the animated series footage is more exciting then the actual trailer footage.
via Topless Robot
The webcomic Pictures For Sad Children has a humorous look at time travel that I feel the writers of Star Trek (2009) likely would agree with.