Oh sweet lord, I beseech thee to save us from this doom.
Entries tagged: Star TrekNews Nerd
JJ Abrams and CBS Television weigh in.
Now if we could get him writing it...
Jordan revisits the little-known sci-fi film that influenced STAR TREK.
Devin explores how the latest TREK film plays with the belief that 9/11 was an inside job.
Devin reports from one of the biggest STAR TREK gatherings in North America.
The story of how TV's comedy queen greenlit STAR TREK.
The redheaded stepchild of Original Series era STAR TREK, The Animated Series is still awesome.
How the new Scotty gets the most STAR TREK movie moment of the summer, and what the ending of the new Edgar Wright movie really means.
Did you just york in excitement?
All of the TREK movies, in order of worst to best, as chosen by the hardest core STAR TREK fans in the universe. You won't believe what came in at #7.
Let's get original!, cries Bones.
The next TREK will warp away from Kurtzman, Orci and Lindelof. Find out who could be steering the Starship Enterprise now.
Enough with the troubled, confused heroes who spend a whole movie (or two) figuring it out. Where have the real movie heroes gone?
It turns out James DeMonaco is a big Landru fan.
Our Badass Scientist examines the science in STID and finds it surprisingly sound! (sort of.)
An attempt to understand what exactly is and is not a spoiler in a modern narrative.
Evan treks deep into STAR TREK's most complex series.
Sam boldly obliterates nerdom.
Sometimes satire is the best critique.
Devin gets very spoilery as he explains why STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS is a dumb, bad movie.
Devin gushes about why the original STAR TREK isn't just the best TREK, it's one of the best science fiction franchises ever.
If any of you loved me, you'd buy me this.
Greatest nerd pandering of all time?
It's TREK 101 as Devin talks about the history of the best space franchise ever.
IBM does atomic-level TREK art, Chris Pine gives them atomic-level wedgies.
Let's get into a good old fashioned nerd argument pitting the original STAR TREK versus the reboot!
Etsy's all about equal opportunity nerd lingerie.
Things are looking bad for the crew of the Enterprise, and possibly movie audiences.
Paramount's latest TREK character poster digs deep into the Photoshop effects.
By the way, the reboot universe Gorn looks like shit.
The latest TREK trailer shows off some of its influences, Alice Eve in underwear.
Khan will have his vengeance.
Probably not. But maybe.
STAR TREK's William Shatner had a chat with a Canadian astronaut on the ISS. Watch it here!
There are five in total, and each is very colorful and vague.
Lifelong STAR TREK fanboy Jordan on being dumped by Abrams.
Devin lays out the argument for why this will work.
And Devin explains why this niggling detail is, philosophically, a big deal.
A wonderful, perhaps slightly deranged STAR TREK nut has written and sung lyrics for all of the lyricless STAR TREK themes.
At least, assuming the filmmakers aren't total assholes. Which is anything but a given.
And no, it doesn't tell us who the bad guy is.
A packed portrait of just about every character, critter and craft to appear in the original STAR TREK!
Beer advertising from 1975 featuring a pop art Mr. Spock.
Devin runs down the ten most incredible moments in the episodes and movies featuring Kirk and company.
They've lost the colon, but not the shit.
46 years ago today STAR TREK premiered. Google has created an awesome doodle in its honor, and there are four new amazing retro TREK prints!
TREK fans voted on the top ten - here's their list.
Groovy prints for a groovy show.
The famed astrophysicist put the debate over greatest starship to rest at Comic-Con.
A reimagined, animated opening to the original STAR TREK series.
A rare look at the doomed child who was cut from KHAN, as well as two other deleted scenes.
It's the 30th anniversary of STAR TREK II: THE WRATH OF KHAN, and the Badass Digest crew and the Alamo Drafthouse celebrated with some antics.
Jordan highlights the best examples of Ancient Astronauts in TV, film, books and even music.
More cutting edge news from the MTV Movie Awards: an image of a Klingon tells us they're in the TREK reboot sequel.
The Summer of 82 Presented By Fandango continues! This weekend Badass Digest presents STAR TREK II: THE WRATH OF KHAN at the Alamo - and this poster will be on sale.
A new behind the scenes shot gives us maddeningly few clues as to who she could be.
Spoilers, I guess, within.
A familiar red outfit, modernized for the times.
As geeks age, the things marketed to them get a little weird.
He's got a Starfleet uniform on... but who is he?
Jordan Hoffman irrefutably explains why William Shatner's KHAAAAAAAAAAAN! moment in STAR TREK II was acting genius.
She has one good boob, one evil boob.
Now I guess you don't have to read the article, I've given it all away in the headline.
Will Weller be showing us a new side of the TREK universe?
Because he won't be in STAR TREK 2.
Benicio Del Toro might be playing Khan in STAR TREK 2. Why that's a bad thing.
She's not out of Starfleet's league.
A Nazi themed STAR TREK episode from 1968 finally airs on German free TV.
JJ Abrams wants Benny as the villain in the new TREK... but who is the villain?
Mondo's latest STAR TREK poster can still be yours.
What do you get when you mix Kurt Cobain and Captain Kirk? Apparently a $65 art print. Suckers.
The coolest, most memorable TV show intros ever - and many of them come from before the year 2000!
Yes, every time you kill Kirk in the new TREK co-op shooter he will have died in continuity. Also: does the game reveal the villain of the second film?
Watch a trailer featuring the Shat chatting with a bunch of STAR TREK alums whose shows he never watched.
The only thing Simon Pegg knows about STAR TREK 2 is when he’s planning on coming to LA for it.
When did JJ Abrams suddenly become the next great filmmaker?
Boldly go where no STAR TREK game has gone before…
As JJ Abrams continues to mull over coming back for the sequel, STAR TREK 2 looks to probably get pushed back to Christmas 2012.
There could be more animated adventures of the crew of the USS Enterprise.
In 1971 Ray Glasser was filming STAR TREK adventures all his own.
TREK nerds repair the damage to the STAR TREK timeline using a secret weapon.
Mirror Mirror! The Menagerie! And Cronenberg’s RABID! It’s a good day to be a deep pocketed Mondo fan.
A weird Social Security ad targets Trekkies.
As we remember that one time when a guy came back to life, let’s look at five other times guys (and gals) came back to life. Weight in with other great resurrections!
These are the voyages of the space shuttle Discovery…
The Guardian of Forever stands in the center of this amazing new Mondo STAR TREK poster, available tomorrow.
Snuggle up where no man has snuggled before in STAR TREK robes.
According to these detailed drawings of every Starfleet bridge ever, only Jean Luc Picard had to pee. Old bastard.
We keep boldly going. This time Captain Kirk and friends meet Landru, and discover that sometimes peace sucks.
Boldly pogoing where no man has pogoed before.
Science creates a glass that’s tougher than steel, can hold whales during long time travel journeys.
James Doohan’s second wedding featured Gene Roddenberry as well as best man Leslie Nielsen. And some delightful retro fashions.
Captain Kirk is put on trial for the wrongful death of one of his men. Can the fact that he used to pork the prosecutor and that Spock knows everything about computers help get him off? The following two seasons of STAR TREK indicates ‘yes.’
Have you been looking for long, rambling, minutia-filled recaps of episodes of the original series of STAR TREK? Then you’re in luck, as the Star Trekkin’ series is returning and it’s coming to Badass Digest. Catch up on the previous entries, all linked in a handy dandy list right here.
There’s been debate. There have been arguments. Families have been torn asunder, brothers turned against each other. But now, in handy visual form, the reason why TOS is much better than THE NEXT GENERATION.
An inside source says that Khan won’t be appearing in STAR TREK 2 (thank god), and reveals that a classic Original Series character will be the focus of the story. But which one? Some clues, some guesses and the odds inside.
MAD MEN season 4 concluded last Sunday, leaving us another year without a visit to the offices of Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce. As you detox from TV’s best show, join me for some baseless speculation on what we might see in season 5.
The Large Hadron Collider could be allowing us to finally understand the existence of parallel universes and other dimensions.