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Bryan Fuller to helm amazing new Star Trek series which will be canceled immediately
Dany Roth

The new Star Trek is boldly going to be a visually lush, incredibly inventive, and inevitably $#!@canned show! Hooray!

William Shatner would 'absolutely' return as Captain Kirk in a new Trek film
Trent Moore

Ever since J.J. Abrams brought back Leonard Nimoy (R.I.P.) for the rebooted Star Trek film series, fans have been wondering whether William Shatner might also get one more shot in the spotlight.

Collector's Corner: Wolverine, Dark Phoenix, The Hulk + 9 more cool collectibles
Jeff Spry

Here's the jubilant January edition of Blastr's Collector's Corner to start 2016 off right.

The 12 best planet killers in sci-fi

Whether it's an incredibly powerful bomb or a gigantic super-laser, nothing adds spice to a science-fiction story like the ultimate of ultimate threats: the planet killer. What else would we expect from our favorite heroes other than saving the entire world? Cliché or not, we all have our favorites, and here's our top twelve world-destroying devices along with some science behind the fiction.

15 most dangerous (and dumb) oil disasters in sci-fi film & TV
Dave Maass

Star Trek: The Next Generation's "Skin of Evil," Doctor Who's "Infinite Quest" and more!

Watch the Mythbusters build and test Capt. Kirk's 'Gorn cannon'

Back in December, we told you that the Mythbusters guys were going to try to solve one of Star Trek's eternal mysteries—could Capt. Kirk REALLY build a cannon out of bamboo, sulfur, charcoal and diamonds to defeat a Gorn?

Berkeley scientists say Spock's ergonomics really sucked

We always knew there were plenty of life lessons we could learn from Mr. Spock. But we had no idea we'd pick up one of the most important ones in some scientists' bathroom.

Star Trek fans overwhelm Star Wars fans in NASA shuttle vote

NASA has created the clever Space Rock program that lets the public vote on what song Shuttle astronauts flying on mission STS-133 will wake up to.

One man's quest to create 1:1 digital replica of the Enterprise

The Enterprise-D, Jean-Luc Picard's trusty starship in Star Trek: The Next Generation , is one hulking vessel. It's over 2,100 feet long and 1,500 feet wide, making it far larger than today's biggest Earthly vehicles. Now, one man wants to recreate it—digitally.

19 demotivating (but funny!) sci-fi motivational posters
Carol Pinchefsky

You know those motivational posters, the ones with the beautiful photos and the cheery one-liners that say you can achieve anything as long as you believe hard enough? Well, they kind of make us gag. So we've scoured the internet to bring you the finest GEEK-related DE-motivational posters—because we care enough not to send the very best.

Infographic: 15 things you probably already know about Star Trek

We love our readers, and not just because they know more about sci-fi than anyone else in the universe.

13 sci-fi gadgets that would make you live longer
Evan Hoovler

We've been trying to get healthier (like doing away with those 50-taco Star Trek marathon sessions for a start), which has led us to check out sci-fi for unique and futuristic ways of working out.

First 'authentic' Klingon opera planned for Earth
Carol Pinchefsky

You love the harsh sounds of the Klingon language. You've read Shakespeare in the original Klingon. When you die, you're going to Sto-vo-kor, because you're slain many Tribbles in battle. But you've never been able to sit back and enjoy a Klingon opera. Until now.