Damn, these figures are a pretty fantastic likeness of William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy.
The Enterprise has been boldly sailing out into the unknown for almost 50 years now, under the watchful eye of a small group of commanders. But what is it that makes a captain a good fit to take charge of the Federation's favorite vessel?
How's a Starfleet Captain supposed to get over breaking the Prime Directive to save his First Officer? Well, as Kirk reveals near the beginning of Star Trek Into Darkness, having a threesome really helps. Concept artist Mauricio Ruiz recently revealed these potential designs of the twin aliens who shared Kirk's bed.
Back in April, we told you about a Kickstarter project designed to send Starship Captains Kirk and Picard on their first real-life trip to space. Conceived by space enthusiast Logan Kugler, the project aimed to lift action figures of the two captains (and a few lucky crew members) to an altitude of over 100,000…
You've heard why Shatner's Kirk wasn't included in Star Trek. (He was dead, for one thing.) But Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman tried to write him in, and they walked us through their Shatner scene.
Paramount just released its entire gallery of promotional images for next week's Star Trek movie, including this great shot of Spock (and another alien) at Starfleet Academy. Plus Captain Pike's away-mission uniform, and Uhura's workstation.
Reader Andrew Aitken saw the article on the iPhone prototype's user interface and sent us this: A video detailing a complete—and absolutely cool—Star Trek: The Next Generation makeover for Apple's cellphone.
We saw Spock throttle Kirk in a previous Star Trek trailer, and now he's hugging Uhura. It may be illogical, but he's a tactile Vulcan. Oh, and there are kick-ass space battle scenes. Fire everything!
The original Star Trek only managed to make 80 episodes before running out of Dilithium. Not enough! So we mixed up the show's most frequent plot twists, to create a foolproof Trek story generator.
PopSci's Adam Weiner did some calculations to see if young Kirk could survive the car jump in the new Star Trek trailer. Adam's wrong. We have the real answer in our own video.
If there's a better way to celebrate the Most Wonderful Time Of The Year than with special Star Trek-themed nutcrackers, then I'd like to see it. Click through to see more.
We learn a bit more about the newly revealed Cylons — and what other Cylons think of them — in these two new clips from Battlestar Galactica season four, which turned up online yesterday. We also have new Hulk concept art, spoilers for Joss Whedon's X-Men... and what the Star Trek movie is about.