Tag: Star Trek

Star Trek Tokyo Invasion Lounge Pant

The original name for Star Trek in Japan was “Uchuu Daisakusen,” which translates to something like “Cosmic Operation.” This colorful Star Trek Tokyo Invasion pattern was inspired by artwork created exclusively for the Japanese market when TOS debuted there in the 1970s.

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Star Trek TNG Uniform Lounge Pant

We all have questions about Deanna Troi’s uniform choices. Why doesn’t she have to wear Starfleet standard issue? Why did she choose that weird asymmetrical blue dress? And why, exactly, is Enterprise-D the only ship in the fleet with a psychic counselor at the captain’s left hand?

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Star Trek TNG Skant Uniform

The first season of Star Trek: The Next Generation had some offbeat costume concepts. Oh, that’s right. Jumpsuits are the future. Really? We’re super glad they moved away from that. (If they hadn’t, we’d never have the Picard Maneuver, plus going to the bathroom while cosplaying would be much more difficult.) Oh, and remember the skant? It’s baaaacccckkkk!

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Star Trek TNG Swim Trunks

Here at ThinkGeek, we’ve launched women’s Star Trek swim lines for the past few years. We didn’t want our male fans to feel left out, so now we’ve added swim trunks to our Star Trek line, both Original Series and Next Generation.

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Star Trek TOS Swim Trunks

Here at ThinkGeek, we’ve launched women’s Star Trek swim lines for the past few years. We didn’t want our male fans to feel left out, so now we’ve added swim trunks to our Star Trek line, both Original Series and Next Generation.

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Star Trek TNG Ships One-Piece Swimsuit

There are moments when one is hurtling through the galaxy at unsafe speeds that mistakes are made and lives are lost. This is why it is important for all Starfleet cadets to pay very close attention during lectures on vessel identification. Quickly establishing the correct classification of both friendly and hostile vessels is one of the basic skills required of all Starfleet officers.

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Star Trek 50th Anniversary Tridimensional Chess Set – Free Shipping

Hone your tridimensional chess in preparation for your next match with Mr. Spock with this sensational Star Trek 50th Anniversary Tridimensional Chess Set from The Franklin Mint. Celebrate 50 years of the series that took us where no series had gone before with this chess set that brings the world of Star Trek off the U.S.S. Enterprise and into your reality. The set was created to emulate the one first seen in The Original Series episode “Charlie X” where Captain Kirk beats Spock. It’s a stunning showpiece, moving the star Trek saga into a bold new dimension! Ages 9 and up.

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Star Trek Panic Co-Op Game

Star Trek Panic is a cooperative, light strategy tower defense game based on the popular Castle Panic game! As part of the original crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise, your five-year mission is to explore strange new worlds, encounter alien civilizations, and defend the ship. Players work together to carry out missions while keeping the U.S.S. Enterprise safe from enemy attacks.

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Star Trek:TNG Data Lounger

Sigmund Freud once said, “Dreams are the royal road to the knowledge of the mind.” Whether you’re dreaming of blacksmiths, birds, or cellular peptide cake (with mint frosting), you’ll love waking up in these pajamas.

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Star Trek Friendship Necklace

Travel back to the time of friendship bracelets, secret handshakes, passing notes, sleepovers, and Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan. It was in this movie that Spock uttered those famous words to James T. Kirk: “I have been, and always shall be, your friend.”

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Star Trek Picard Facepalm T-Shirt

Some days, even “Tea. Earl Grey. Hot.” won’t fix the problems of the world. At those times, we rely on the facepalm. But you know that when Captain Picard must hide his face in his hand, you’re in real trouble.

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