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Cruise into the Alpha Quadrant in this new preview for IDW's Star Trek: Boldly Go #6.
It's like beaming yourself into 1966.
From uniforms to more casual attire, Kirk has worn a lot of different looks over the years. But which was his best?
Despite being on the air only once a week, these songs manage to lodge themselves firmly in the collective mind of geeks everywhere.
The daydreams of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine stars are about as random as your own.
He might not have been born when Star Trek: The Original Series made its debut, but Gene Roddenberry’s son Rod is certainly involved with the franchise today.
William Shatner spoke to Star Trek: Mission New York about physics, mythology and his choice to overact.
September 8 marks the 50th anniversary of broadcast debut of Star Trek with the episode “The Man Trap.” While the episode was actually its fifth, we explain why it was a great introductory choice.
Decades later, and Star Trek’s computer voice system is still the one we point to as a reference point for ideal AI communication. Now we might finally get it in real life — right down to the voice.
The Star Trek franchise is coming back to life in a big way next year, and now showrunner Bryan Fuller has opened up about why Discovery might be even bigger than we’d thought.
Also, the chilling moment when Ricardo Montalban told Meyer, "Oh, you're going to direct me."
For Walter Koenig, attending Star Trek conventions remains a joyous occasion.
We’re celebrating the 50th anniversary of Star Trek this year, so we caught up with stars from every era about why the series still resonates all these years later.
Straight from the Replimat on Deep Space 9, a true crew favorite (as enjoyed by Doctor Bashir in DS9: "Distant Voices,") Yigrish cream pie.
Star Trek: Discovery producer Bryan Fuller revealed the identity of the main character, confirming what we theorized weeks ago.