Star Trek Cosplay Week Drifts Into A Fourth Picture Gallery

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08.22.13 2 Comments

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Photographed by John Spade.

Monday was Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry’s birthday. To celebrate his awesome work, we’re going to be bringing you galleries of Star Trek cosplay all week. Our fourth gallery is below, featuring fancy Klingons, a Mortal Kombat crossover, and a particularly disturbing turn of events on the very last page.

And don’t forget to check out the other galleries:

  • Day One gallery available HERE.
  • Day Two gallery available HERE.
  • Day Three gallery available HERE.
  • Day Five gallery available HERE.

Star Trek cosplayers photographed by David Ngo (DTJAAAAM)

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Carol Marcus Photographed by Ricky Brigante.

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Deep Space Nine cosplay by THESMOKE007. Submitted via the Gamma Squad Flickr Group.

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Photographed by Random420. Submitted via the Gamma Squad Flickr Group.

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Photographed by Chris Harvey.

How Klingons preen, photographed by Terry Robinson.

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Photographed by Pop Culture Geek.

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Photographed by David Ngo (DTJAAAAM)

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Orion girls photographed by squidminion.

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Photographed by Edward Liu.

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Photographed by Terry Robinson.

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Photographed by Ayleen Gaspar.

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Photographed by Dan Morrill.

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Photographed by Chris Harvey.

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Photographed by SPJA.

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Photographed by William.

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A very tasteful cosplay of Captain Pike photographed by Bob Snyder.

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