If you don’t know the name Matt Jeffries and you claim to love Star Trek, you don’t love Star Trek… or at least you don’t know it.
I’ve been a fan of Star Trek for decades. My children, however, are only just now starting out so I thought it would be fun to give them a quiz.
In the classic TNG episode, “The Best of Both Worlds,” the Borg mowed through the Federation fleet leaving a starship graveyard in its wake. The scene was amazing and left us with tantalizing and brief glimpses of wrecked Federation Starships that we had never seen before. Rick Sternbach recently posted these never before seen closeups of the kit-bashed models to his Facebook page to give us a closer look.
The original model of the Star Trek starship is undergoing extensive repair and restoration at the Smithsonian and team in charge of this pretty lady’s facelift gave us a look at the old girl in a way we’ve never seen her before…
Believe it or not, when the Enterprise is getting hit by Klingon photon torpedos, the set isn’t actually shaking, just the camera! The folks over at Reddit took the time to stabilize those particular shots and the results are amusingly silly.
The former captain of the Enterprise will always be in command of our hearts, but now it looked like he’s the captain of Twitter!
The logic of Rick and Morty has been illogically applied to Star Trek: The Next Generation and it couldn’t be a more perfect match!
Quilts aren’t just made by lonely old women anymore, now they’re made by lonely nerds and the results are dorktastic!
Historically known as the best of the cursed even numbered movies (and I think it’s pretty good, personally), this collection of concept art shows the different direction this movie might have taken.
A beautiful collection of matte paintings created for Star Trek: The Next Generation and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.