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This isn’t the first Enterprise-themed bottle opener, but it is definitely the coolest. It’s shaped like the Enterprise D and makes ST:TNG sound effects when you open bottles. [click to continue…]

Hot coffee can do a lot of things besides perk you up. For example, it can make Dragon Ball characters go Super Saiyan and it can determine whether or not you’re crazy. Apparently, it is also capable of powering a teleportation machine: [click to continue…]

Admit it, you’re already sold on these tiki mugs (I really want that Deadpool version). You just need to know where to throw your money. [click to continue…]

Shmaltz Brewing is following up on last year’s Star Trek Golden Anniversary Ales with three new Trek beers for 2017. The first of these releases is officially licensed Star Trek Klingon Imperial Porter (7.3% ABV). [click to continue…]


Odds are the photo of the Starship Gingerprise already made you smile, but Redditor nicholmikey just had to go and edit the ship into Star Trek Generations. It was a rush job, but still hilarious. Watch it below. [click to continue…]


Chef Mitchie of Mitchies Munchies created this amazing Star Trek tridimensional chess set as part of the Simi Torch Team Collaboration; a group of cake decorators and sugar artists who use isomalt to make gorgeous creations.

Oh, and they use blowtorches, which is always cool.

It’s also a lot easier to play than the real thing. Just eat your way to victory. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]


The Enterprise and a Klingon Bird of Prey have traveled to an unknown planet covered in some sort of fabric with odd round platforms and structures that look like vessels of fluid. They do battle over giant slabs of meat.

This is the weirdest Star Trek episode I have ever seen.

These ThinkGeek exclusive Star Trek salt and pepper starships have handy bottom plugs for filling and are hand wash only. Since they are steel they have quite a heft even when empty, so they’ll hold their ground, even in the Neutral Zone.

Star Trek Steel Salt and Pepper Shaker Starships ($59.99)


Poor bastard just spontaneously combusted. Done in by his own inner flame. Tragic. What’s his name again? Anyway, So-and-So will be missed. Now, there isn’t much to eat around here, and ordinarily I frown upon cannibalism, but we shouldn’t let a good toasted pumpkin go to waste. Good ol’ So-and-So would have wanted it that way. [click to continue…]


With these Star Trek LCARS and Isolinear Chip Magnets you can access important data like grocery lists, “A” papers, and adorable / disturbing drawings of you as a redshirt on some distant planet with blood spouting out of your body in all directions. Helpfully, “Dad” was scribbled above with arrows pointing to the corpse just so there’s no confusion.

Product Pages: Star Trek Isolinear Chip Magnets / Star Trek LCARS Magnets ($9.99)

See Also: Isolinear Chip and LCARS Coaster Sets


As part of the recent “Cake: The Final Frontier – A Celebration of 50 Years of Star Trek Collaboration”, Margi Chambers of CakeArt by Margi Chambers created this incredible Phaser, Tricorder, and Communicator Cake.

Margi states that the edible items are fashioned entirely from gum paste and fondant while staying as close to original specs as possible. It was one of many amazing Star Trek creations present at the Las Vegas event. Check out additional pics below. [click to continue…]