It's getting colder and colder as November plows on, so if someone could buy me this Hoodie so I could feel both worthy of the Klingon Empire and a bit warmer? That'd be great.
As September gives way to October, the chill of Fall is in the air - and any true Klingon warrior worthy to fight off the cold of winter would be well equipped with Kimberly Gintar's knitted scarf, which doubles as a Bat'leth.
Want another look at the new Klingons that J.J. Abrams created for Star Trek Into Darkness? Here's some brand new concept art, from the people who helped craft the shiny new Trek reboot.
Star Trek Into Darkness gave us a chase scene with a Klingon patrol ship, and the production team went through several possible designs for the Abrams-timeline vessels. Concept artist Harald Belker has been sharing a few potential ships that didn't make it on film.
Not this guy. Although he's pretty boss.
The cover for IDW's Star Trek: Countdown to Darkness #4 movie prequel comic hit the internet recently, and what was on the cover? None other than the first apparent look at nu-Trek's Klingons. The image is below, in case you think it's a spoiler.
Have you ever wished to dress up as Worf, but are too hem to glue pretzel sticks to your noggin? Simply travel to Japan and attend a saline forehead injection party. For one magical night, your cranium will be distended and pliant, like a giant gag-inducing block of liverwurst. You can even transform your dome into…
Thank Kahless, it's Friday! We decided to celebrate by rounding up some of the most glorious and demented Klingon fan art we could find.
What would the discovery of an alien civilization mean for the most basic tenets of Christianity? This question was explored last Saturday at the 100 Year Starship Symposium in Orlando, Florida.
This glorious 3D rendering of the Klingon K't'inga-class warship will be this week's "starship of the week" over at the site for the upcoming free-to-play browser game Star Trek: Infinite Space, and we've got the exclusive first glimpse.
Last Thursday, German news channel N24 was discussing how the Navy's SEAL Team Six participated in the mission to kill Osama Bin Laden. The report started out normal, but an image search snafu took the broadcast to the final frontier.
NASA recently held a press conference announcing the first demonstration that organisms could use arsenic in place of phosphorus in their cells. Not surprisingly, science fiction got there first.
It's been a while since we've heard anything about the second Star Trek, and finally Star Trek director J.J. Abrams and screenwriters Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman have dropped hints about the script-less sequel's baddies and tone.
Vintage department store costumes followed a strangely predictable formula: soulless plastic mask + psychedelic torso art with the character's face again (for absolutely no reason). Here are some of your favorite scifi characters looking like narcissistic lunatics. First off, we have the Alien. It's like he was his…
Today is a good day for art! This amazing Klingon painting, depicting an eyepatch-wearing Klingon leader going into battle, comes from Star Trek Online concept artist Chris Legaspi. Check out more of our favorite epic Klingon art below.
You may think the weird Happy Meal bundling came during the '80s, but McDonalds was already busy making sure kids got their fix of movie-promotion McNuggets by 1979. Today is a good day to supersize.
No sooner has Star Trek been released than people have started throwing around ideas for a sequel. Klingons? Khan? The Borg? We'd like your opinions, please: Who should NuKirk jerk around next?
What kind of Klingon robs two 7-Elevens at 2AM with a Bat'leth?