That's Mr. Trekker to you, bud!
juno-magic:

plaidshirtjimkirk:

JAMES KIRK IN A PLAID SHIRT IS THE GREATEST THING THAT EVER THINGED.



They’re re-doing “City on the Edge of Forever”? …and Edith Keeler is being re-imagined as Ed Keeler?!

juno-magic:

plaidshirtjimkirk:

JAMES KIRK IN A PLAID SHIRT IS THE GREATEST THING THAT EVER THINGED.

They’re re-doing “City on the Edge of Forever”? …and Edith Keeler is being re-imagined as Ed Keeler?!

The day the Klingons learned where the line was.

bigbennklingon:

angelique pettyjohn

bigbennklingon:

angelique pettyjohn

amonhelios:

Love this ship!

amonhelios:

Love this ship!

thuviel:

These are the voyages of the starship Enterprise

X-Men: Days of Future Past  ***SPOILER***
The Star Trek clip Beast had on in Days of Future Past is important. It was from the TOS episode “The Naked Time”. In it the Enterprise had it’s engines stopped by a crazed crewman and Scotty has to do an emergency restart of the engines to save the ship. The experimental restart works, but has the side effect of sending them back in time. This foreshadows the X-Men’s reset of time at the end of Days of Future Past. In the Star Trek episode they say “We have three days to live over again”. So at the end of Days of Future Past it seems they have the last few years to live all over again?! So does this mean none of the other movies exist in this new timeline? Can they now.go back over stories or ignore some (or all) of the movies? It seems they can pretty much do whatever they like on future films without worrying about continuity. I’m all for it as long as it erases X-Men Origins: Wolverine.

X-Men: Days of Future Past  ***SPOILER***

The Star Trek clip Beast had on in Days of Future Past is important. It was from the TOS episode “The Naked Time”. In it the Enterprise had it’s engines stopped by a crazed crewman and Scotty has to do an emergency restart of the engines to save the ship. The experimental restart works, but has the side effect of sending them back in time. This foreshadows the X-Men’s reset of time at the end of Days of Future Past. In the Star Trek episode they say “We have three days to live over again”. So at the end of Days of Future Past it seems they have the last few years to live all over again?! So does this mean none of the other movies exist in this new timeline? Can they now.go back over stories or ignore some (or all) of the movies? It seems they can pretty much do whatever they like on future films without worrying about continuity. I’m all for it as long as it erases X-Men Origins: Wolverine.

idoitbrilliantly:

Me too, Chris. (x)

classictrek:

Happy Mother’s Day.