It's been quite a while since Diamond Select has given us a new Star Trek goodie to admire, but the day has come - and even better, it's a figure of everyone's favourite Klingon, Worf.
Etsy seller EwoksInTutus has designed a Worf-inspired hooded sweatshirt that makes use of more than his warrior's sash. If you pull up the hood, you get a nice bit of lazy cosplay in the form of his Klingon forehead ridges. Now we need a Deep Space Nine version, too.
Yesterday we looked at the many occasions in which the rest of the Enterprise crew craps all over Worf's judgment. The character's ongoing disenfranchisement has been a source for consternation for artist Andrea Tsurumi, who recently laid out the Klingon's workplace dissatisfaction in this zippy cartoon. Explains…
This is easily the most depressing supercut I've seen in a while. Why the hell did the Enterprise crew keep the son of Mogh around if they were just going to crap all over his suggestions time and time again? That killjoy Riker, preventing our disenfranchised Klingon buddy from rending esophagi and whatnot.
The so-called "real" world isn't as real as you'd imagined. When scientists look into the fabric of space-time beyond a certain depth, it starts to lose resolution. Almost like it's made of... pixels.
Last night's Heroes ended the "Villians" chapter and inaugurated "Fugitives." Unfortunately it was a recappy mess, though hints of what's coming give us hope that the show is headed for an upswing.
It's a tough world out there, and if science fiction is any guide, it's only going to get more dystopian and hairstyle-challenged in the years to come. You're going to need some protection from all those tinfoil-clad harpoon-punks who want to steal your teeth. Ideally, it should be someone dependable, as well as a…