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Nobody Listens to Worf in ‘Star Trek: The Next Generation’ Fan Comics by Andrea Tsurumi

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My sector of the Internet blew up earlier this week with a brilliantly edited YouTube video that compiled nearly 15 minutes worth of Worf, the only Klingon crew member of the U.S.S. Enterprise, advising his Captain and others to take caution or assume a defensive posture, only to get shut down again a

Link Ink: ‘Adventure Time’ Game in the Works, Nicolas Cage Denies Vampirism and Toilet Hulk

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Gaming: Pendelton Ward has tweeted a few Adventure Time videogame ideas from recent meetings about the project. What a tease.

TV: Cartoon Network's DC Nation programming block will kick off March 3 at 10 a.m. with episodes of Green Lantern: The Animated Series

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Parting Shot: IDW’s ‘Star Trek: The Next Generation/Doctor Who’ Crossover

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Great news for sci-fi fans of Star Trek and Doctor Who, two of the longest-running sci-fi franchises in television: The Doctor will be soon making his way to the U.S.S. Enterprise 1701-D in an up

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Awesome Lego Builder Crafts a Massive Replica of Khan’s Sweet ‘Star Trek II’ Space Ride

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I'm not one to generate a feud between Star Trek fans and Star Wars fans -- there's too much overlap, man -- but when it comes to brick toys, SW has Trek horribly outclassed. Leave it to mondo Trek fan Christer Nyberg to do his part to correct thi

‘Boldly Gone’ Webcomic Reveals the Frustrating Life of a Second-String Star Trek Captain

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Not everyone can get a plum assignment aboard the Enterprise. Some Starfleet officers have to toil away far from the flagship, negotiating treaties and dealing with border skirmishes. Meanwhile, stupid old James T. Kirk ru

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The X-Prize Foundation Will Give You $7 Million If You Invent a ‘Star Trek’ Tricorder

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You probably heard of the X Prize Foundation back in 2004 when they offered (and awarded) $10,000,000 to the creators of the first privately developed reusable space vehicle. In the years since, they've offered similar prizes for fuel-efficient cars, technology to clean up oil spills, and even a private lunar rover to explore the moon. Thei

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Link Ink: ‘Groo vs. Conan’ Coming in April, a TARDIS Purse and Early ‘Robot Chicken’

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Upcoming: The first issue of the long-awaited Groo vs. Conan miniseries will arrive in comic shops in April from Mark Evanier, Sergio Aragonés, Thomas Yeates and Tom Luth.

Animation: I had no idea that animated specials based on The Far Side existed, and it shames me to admit it. The AV Club

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Link Ink: ‘Akira’ Movie Still Not Dead, Sitting in the Bat-Signal and ‘Spacekisser’

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Movies: If you were bummed when you heard Warner Bros. was shutting down the live action Akira movie, don't worry, it could still totally be ruined by Hollywood happen!

Conventions: If you dig Grant Morrison, you may want to keep track of the mysterious MorrisonCon, which is apparently coming in the fall of 2012.

Toys: After years o

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Link Ink: Mini Libraries, ‘Shaman King’ Sequel and ‘Star Trek’ in Lego

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Libraries: Miniature libraries are popping up all over the US and comics are coming along for the wonderful ride.

Creators: Mick Anglo, creator of Marvelman (a.k.a. Miracleman), has passed away at the age of 96.

Gaming: Gotham Ci

Worlds Collide in ‘Star Trek/Legion of Super-Heroes’ #2 [Preview]

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On sale this week from IDW Publishing and DC Comics is the second issue of Star Trek/The Legion of Super-Heroes. Written by Chris Roberson (iZombie, Superman, Cinderella) and illustrated by Legion alumnus Jeffrey Moy, the the six-issue miniseries finds the DC heroes of the 30th century and the intrepid Enterprise crew of Gene Roddenberry's original television series trapped in the grim "mirror universe" version of the 23rd century, where there is only war. Kind of.

Click after the cut for a seven-page preview.Featuring covers by Phil Jimenez, Gabriel Rodriguez and

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