Star Trek has a long history of musical parodies dating back to the days of Shatner. Star Trek: Strange New Worlds season 2, will feature the franchise’s inaugural first musical episode.
The STAR TREK: THE ORIGINAL SERIES – THE 1701 COLLECTION VOL. 1 is a limited edition CD release from La-La Land Records and CBS Studios.
In 1968, Charles Schulz explains to a fan that he’d rather not use “Peanuts” as a platform to save Star Trek from cancellation.
Star Trek: The Original Series (1966-1969) was the first installment of one of the most successful and longest-running television franchises of all time. Today, Trek fans champion its writing, progressive social consciousness, and aesthetic. Designing the Final Frontier is a unique, expert look at the mid-century modern design that created and inspired that aesthetic. From Burke chairs to amorphous sculptures, from bright colors to futuristic frames, Star Trek TOS is bursting with mid-century modern furniture, art, and design elements—many of them bought directly from famous design showrooms.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday rejected an appeal of a 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruling that Dr. Seuss/”Star Trek” mashup book “Oh, the Places You’ll Boldly Go!” wasn’t protected from Dr. Seuss Enterprises LP’s copyright infringement claims by the fair use doctrine.
Yvonne Craig will forever be known as Batgirl. She opened the eyes of early Generation-X boys all over the world. She sadly passed away at… Read More »Batgirl Actress Yvonne Craig Passes Away at 78
In the newest episode of Brown Bottle Wine Tasting, Wil Wheaton, tastes wine with William Shatner and laments about always wanting to be commander of… Read More »Wil Wheaton & William Shatner Chat Star Trek and What It Means To Be a Nerd
I am all ears! Win Leonard Nimoy’s ears. It’s a good thing they did not have a Van Gogh or Michael Ginsberg contest.
The USS Enterprise has traveled past the Neutral Zone, to the future and to the past. Now it will travel to a bottle cap near… Read More »Star Trek: USS Enterprise Bottle Opener
James T. Frog.