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Testament: Chapter 26

By M. C. Pehrson

Word Count: 58,880 (total)

Rating: PG-13 for disturbing imagery reminiscent of Jesus’ Crucifixion

Summary: When a Christ-like Savior comes to the planet Vulcan, Spock and his uncle Sparn must decide how to react, and how these unfolding events might affect Spock’s complex and often troubled family life. 2,747 more words

Fandoms

Rewarding logic: Spock paradox

Why would Spock prefer a logical solution to an illogical one?

The human brain is fixated on self-reward. Our endocrine system, in concert with our cerebrum, serve to lead us in how we think and react to our world. 420 more words

Psychology

Star Trek Continues: To Boldly Go

Star Trek Continues has come to an end. This webseries was a true labor of love from all involved, especially Vic Mignogna, who created and starred in this wonderful tribute series.  677 more words

Fanfic Wednesday: Boldly Ship With These 5 Star Trek Fics

Alright, y’all, we’re continuing our 9-week marathon of all things Star Trek, and it’s only fitting that we dedicate a week of Fanfic Wednesday to the fandom that gave life to a lot of what we’ve become accustomed to in fanfiction, namely slash shipping.  329 more words

The Collectress

My Favorite Scene in Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan

Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan is filled with memorable scenes. But what is the best one of the bunch? For me, it’s not the Kobayashi Maru test, nor is it Khan’s surprise attack, Kirk’s discovery of the wondrous Genesis cave, the Mutara Nebula space battle, or even Spock’s death. 964 more words

Movies

Love is Like a Folded Letter: A Star Trek Fan-Fiction

By Aconitum-Napellus

Word Count: 2284

Rating: PG

Summary: A romance about Spock and Christine Chapel.

It’s a soft thing, this love, like a letter that’s been read a hundred times. 2,342 more words

Fandoms

Star Trek Review: The Cage

The Cage


The Cage was the very first Star Trek pilot submitted to NBC in 1965. Sadly the pilot episode was rejected by NBC for being “too cerebral.” We all know the rest of the story. 561 more words

Star Trek