Star Trek:The Motion Picture Teaser Poster 1978
This poster was a very early teaser for Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979). The poster itself was probably produced in 1978, and I recall seeing it on the back of a comic book when I was 12 years old. The poster is a striking design, but it features a version of the Enterprise that was created for the aborted TV series Star Trek Phase II. My own updated version of this poster, with a 3D rendered version of the Enterprise: www.flickr.com/photos/jimroyal/5675376269/
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Kirk vs. Picard: An Enduring Debate
News - StarTrek.com guest blogger and former Starlog editor David McDonnell returns with a piece in which he addresses that age-old debate: Kirk vs. Picard.
Just 75 pictures of spaceships that I like - sapce post
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This Is What A Pixar "Star Trek" Reboot Would Look Like
To boldly go to infinity and beyond! Canadian artist and illustrator Phil Postma gave the cast of Star Trek: The Original Series the animated treatment.
Live Long and Prosper by jasric on DeviantArt
Tumblr | Instagram | YouTube | Prints/Society6 I'm so sad. Tribute to the amazing Leonard Nimoy. Rest in Peace. He lived a long and prosperous... Live Long and Prosper
Star Trek: Next Generation Jean-Luc Picard Wall Art
Hand-drawn by pencil artist Jonathan Brown. Captain Jean-Luc Picard, a Star Trek character portrayed by Patrick Stewart in the television series Star Trek: The Next Generation Available in the following sizes/options: 16x20" Open Edition Matted Print -- signed by the Artist, black matted and sleeved on 3/16” foam core for shipping 13x19" Un-matted Open Edition Print -- signed by the Artist, unatted, rolled in a tube or packaged flat for shipping
Star Trek - TOS Starfleet Officer Duty Uniform Female Skant Pattern: Sizes 8-18 - PTN-018
This is the newly revised pattern for the Star Trek: The Original Series Starfleet Officer Female Duty Uniform Skant pattern [8 piece dress - 4 front and 4 back pieces]. It has been printed on a 3' x 5' sheet of paper [no more cutting and taping pieces together!], and comes with illustrated directions to make it easier to assemble [similar to Simplicity and McCall's patterns]. Sizes included are women's sizes 8 thru 18 [which covers chest sizes 32 inches through 42 inches - or 80 cm through…
SciFi Hero Ship Size Comparison- Small and Midsize by Euderion on DeviantArt
A while ago, i made a Starship Comparison for most of the larger size SciFi-Hero ships, such as the Galactica, the Andromeda Ascendant, Star Treks Galax... SciFi Hero Ship Size Comparison- Small and Midsize
A Review: I’m a doctor, Jim! Not a Film Critic!
“As you know, one of the joys of Star Trek, for me, has been the variety of our fans. When I go to conventions and I see people of all sizes and shapes and abilities, and when I see people wi…
Stunning posters celebrate the original six Star Trek movies
In anticipation of Star Trek Into Darkness, culture site Crome Yellow is revisiting the original six Star Trek films to determine what made them great—and not-so great. They've teamed up with artist Matt Ferguson, who created a striking set of posters, one to honor each movie.
The Actor Who Played "Scotty" on Star Trek Was Shot Six Times on D-Day
Today I found out the actor who played “Scotty” on Star Trek, James Doohan, was shot six times storming Juno beach on D-Day. Doohan, a Canadian, after leading his men through a mine field on Juno beach and personally taking out two German snipers in the process, eventually took four rounds in one of his legs; one in his hand, [...]