On the show this past week, the three of us (Matt & AAl, plus regular guest Mark “Bob” Boszko) speculated about what Kai Winn would look like with Gowron’s eyes. A listener picked this up and ran with it.

It is, by the listener’s own admission, not as thorough a job as they might have done (they did it at work, apparently), but it gets the point across. The horrifying, nightmare-inducing point.

krisstraub:


Star Trek concept art, Enterprise interior sets - Mike Minor (1977)

i love this because they reused that sickbay glass-walled-office idea for early TNG!
krisstraub:


Star Trek concept art, Enterprise interior sets - Mike Minor (1977)

i love this because they reused that sickbay glass-walled-office idea for early TNG!
krisstraub:


Star Trek concept art, Enterprise interior sets - Mike Minor (1977)

i love this because they reused that sickbay glass-walled-office idea for early TNG!
krisstraub:


Star Trek concept art, Enterprise interior sets - Mike Minor (1977)

i love this because they reused that sickbay glass-walled-office idea for early TNG!
krisstraub:


Star Trek concept art, Enterprise interior sets - Mike Minor (1977)

i love this because they reused that sickbay glass-walled-office idea for early TNG!
krisstraub:


Star Trek concept art, Enterprise interior sets - Mike Minor (1977)

i love this because they reused that sickbay glass-walled-office idea for early TNG!
krisstraub:


Star Trek concept art, Enterprise interior sets - Mike Minor (1977)

i love this because they reused that sickbay glass-walled-office idea for early TNG!

krisstraub:

Star Trek concept art, Enterprise interior sets - Mike Minor (1977)

i love this because they reused that sickbay glass-walled-office idea for early TNG!

(Source: boomerstarkiller67)

Glistening green. Almost like secret dreams a bored ship captain might have.

(Source: trekuniverse)

Covering “The Visitor” and “Hippocratic Oath.” WITNESS three grown men attempting to record a coherent podcast while they weep openly. Click!

d4ncingd4wn:

A Farewell - DeForest Kelly - A Tribute [x]

Good god.

Good god.

(Source: glasscatfigurine)

Number One? Are we ready or not?

(Source: trekuniverse)

brianmichaelbendis:

Legion of Superheroes / Star Trek by Mike Allred

opticalpodcast:

Brought to my attention by Daren Dochterman (who we interviewed in Episode 001 about his work on the Director’s Cut), there is a new book available for pre-order that chronicles an oral history of the making of Star Trek: The Motion Picture. In Daren’s words:

To all my friends who consider “Star Trek: The Motion Picture” to be a classic, and to all those who think it ranks behind Trek V as a form of entertainment… This is a fascinating tale decades in the making… featuring interviews done back in the day… the untold story of how the “Franchise” was won… and opened the door to a worldwide phenomenon. Here is the story, by the people who did it… in their own words. Painstakingly researched and edited… it’s a must have for Die Hard Trek fans and fans of moviemaking in general. You need this… BADLY!

Limited to 1,000 copies, this Creature Feature exclusive is available for pre-order now, and will ship in October.