In the original series, Vulcans are vegetarian because eating other life forms is logically barbaric. In the latest episode of Star Trek: Discovery, Emperor Georgiou goes full cannibal and gags her baby girl Michael Burnham on some Kentucky...Show More Summary
SyFy has announced that IDW Publishing will be releasing a new Star Trek: Discovery comic series, Star Trek: Discovery: Succession. Star Trek:...
It’s only Tuesday, but already promotional pictures for this Sunday’s Star Trek: Discovery episode have arrived. The eight pictures are taken from...
Get a glimpse at what Lorca is up to in this weekend's episode of 'Star Trek: Discovery'
Why wait for the real thing when you can imagine what Tarantino has in store, plus get up to date on all the latest discussions and analysis about Trek from around the web.
Star Trek: Discovery's Mary Wiseman is opening up about Lorca's (Jason Isaacs) game-changing secret. Sunday's episode revealed that Lorca has been lying about who identity this whole time and is actually from the Mirror Universe. Despite...Show More Summary
This week's Star Trek: Discovery was a doooooozy. There's a lot happening on this show right now, much of it understandably evoking some pretty intense feelings. However, there's one big reveal that was made this week that really got my attention. No, not that one. The other one.
Out this week is the issue two of the first Star Trek: Discovery comic series, The Light of Kahless. Picking up a few years after the previous issue, the book continues to dig deep into the history of the Klingon messiah, T'Kuvma.The...Show More Summary
Wilson Cruz and Ted Sullivan are dropping clues about the 3 final episodes for season one.
Set your phasers to “thrill” with this Nerdist Presents parody that explores classic Star Trek in the style of the pulpy B-movies that influence Quentin Tarantino. With shades of Pulp Fiction, Kill Bill, and Inglorious Basterds, “Quentin...Show More Summary
Star Trek Online introduced uniforms from Star Trek Discovery to the game as soon as the series began, but players have had to wait until now to enjoy the first new ships becoming playable. Available from today, the Discovery Lock Box introduces several key ships from the series, plus some new costumes and equipment. Show More Summary
Tomorrow, IDW Publishing‘s Star Trek: Discovery: The Light of Kahless #2 comic is due out, but fans can have a sneak peek...
IDW's first 'Star Trek: Discovery' comic series returns to fill in the gaps of T’Kuvma’s backstory.
The original '60s Trek crew stars in a surf-music-powered parody video that goes where no pulp film has gone before.
Back in December 2017, it was confirmed that director Quentin Tarantino would be developing a Star Trek film written by Mark L. Smith of The Revenant. Nerdist celebrated the news by creating a fantastic gritty parody trailer, using footage from the classic Star Trek: The Original Series, that imagines Star Trek as a Tarantino style...
Let's hope if Tarantino actually gets a piece of the action, his Star Trek film is this fun. (Nerdist)
Word has it that Quentin Tarantino is really working on a Star Trek film – and we so want to see that. While we wait and see how that turns out, Nerdist went ahead and made a trailer for what they think it might be like, using footage from The Original Series.
Star Trek's Mirror Universe is one of - hell, the - most famous parallel universes in science fiction history. In fact, it almost has a timeline of its own as rich as the prime reality of Trek itself. So if you've been confused by all the Mirror-verse happenings in Discovery - and why wouldn't you be? - we're here to help put it all together. More »
Jonathan Frakes, Anthony Rapp and Jordon Nardino answer questions about latest episode of 'Star Trek: Discovery'
You know the rage-quit? The moment when you're playing a game where everything is so stacked against you, so engineered for your failure, or just so frustrating that you suddenly decide to stop playing instead of making yourself feel miserable? That's what everyone in Discovery should do. More »