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William Shatner has revealed how his life took a wrong turn this side of the Alpha Quadrant when Star Trek went off the air in 1969.
You'll never learn your letters faster than with this awesome geek-infused alphabet.
The question we never thought to ask has been answered: What if some of our favorite sci-fi icons were cats, instead of people?
Though J.J. Abrams is bridging the geek gap between Star Wars and Star Trek by pulling double director duty, Leonard Nimoy had his own crossover fun back in the 1980s.
It's the age old question: Kirk or Picard? Nope, it's Captain Tightpants!
It might not be exactly what we were expecting, but it sounds like we’ll definitely have a bit of Star Wars/Star Trek synergy soon.
When it actually aired, Star Trek was not exactly in the highest demand. Afterward, though...
Here's the proof that 8-bit artistry is the best artistry.
Is this logical? Better question -- does it matter?