- Geek & Sci-Fi
Hint: It has to do with being Canadian.
It's that time of the week when we post a mixed bag of intriguing cosplay we've spotted recently. Some sexy, some funny, some cute, and some awesome.
Director Roberto Orci is hoping to please fans with the third film in the new 'Star Trek' series.
In a combo of two epic Universes, Patrick Stewart and a gigantic Yoda unite.
Star Trek does well for Netflix, so, naturally, Netflix wants more Star Trek. And they might be able to make it happen.
LeVar Burton is bringing out the heavy-hitter "Star Trek" guest stars to try to reach his latest "Reading Rainbow" Kickstarter goal.
ISS Commander Steve Swanson designed an excellent tribute to Star Trek to take in to space.
Star Trek Stabilized takes Star Trek scenes and stabilizes the camera so we only see what the actors are doing when the camera shakes.
Levar Burton and the team at 'Reading Rainbow' have already met their goal on Kickstarter in one day!
Related: There's apparently going to be a third Star Trek movie.
A new Twitter account reveals the perverted, hilarious Google search history of Commander Will Riker from 'Star Trek: The Next Generation'.
Thomas Kadlec is a talented VR artist, wasting his skill on 'Star Trek: Voyager.'
At a Comic-Con panel in Australia, for the umpteenth time, Benedict Cumberbatch has to crush the dreams of crossover fangirls everywhere.
Kate Mulgrew caused a stir earlier when we found out she lent her voice to a crazy geocentrist documentary, but now she's setting the record straight.
Captain Janeway has added a new terrible science fiction credit to her resume...
What little we know about 'Star Wars Episode VII' has been confirmed by Disney heads, and now the waiting for actual content begins.
'Star Trek: Deep Space Nine' was arguably the best Trek series. And now it has a ridiculously expensive tribute in the form of... a clock.
Have you ever wondered what Klingon beer tasted like? The wait is over. Warnog is here!
Funko has a full slate of pop vinyl toys to release this year, and they've started out with some classic Sci-Fi characters.
Steve Casino paints on a unique medium: empty peanut shells. Most of his painted nuts are pop culture characters, and we've collected our favorites here.