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  1. Things We Saw Today: Catwoman Loves Cat Memes

    Nyan Catwoman? Grumpy Catwoman?

    It makes sense that Catwoman's favorite Internet memes would be cat memes. Check out this Internet Catwoman print by artist, M.K. Matsumoto, which is available at the artist's Society 6 store for $18. (via Geek Alerts)

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  2. Star Trek’s Grace Lee Whitney Passes Away at 85

    At ease, Lt. Commander.

    It's difficult to remember that Grace Lee Whitney, who played Yeoman Janice Rand on Star Trek, only appeared in eight episodes of the show when you consider how popular the character remained, particularly for female Trekkies longing to see themselves in Starfleet. Sadly, Whitney passed away on Friday at the age of 85.

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  3. By Grabthar’s Hammer! Paramount Will Bring Galaxy Quest to TV!

    Television needs more sci-fi comedy, and thankfully, all of us making Galaxy Quest a cult hit has paid off! Paramount is currently putting together a television version of the 1999 Dreamworks film!

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  4. Italian Astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti’s Space-Cosplay Game is On Point

    "Coffee: the finest organic suspension ever devised."

    Italian astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti has been living it up on the ISS since November as flight engineer of the Futura mission, and celebrated the SpaceX Dragon freighter's delivery of supplies earlier this week (including specially-engineered, Borg-proof Italian space coffee) by sharing an extremely nerdy pic on Twitter.

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  5. Things We Saw Today: You Can Take Bravest Warriors’ Catbug Home!

    Catbug and Impossibear from Bravest Warriors are available in adorable Funko Pop! form. There's also a sweet Catbug key chain, and an entire new line of Family Guy figures.

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  6. Beam Me Up, Hal: A Star Trek/Green Lantern Crossover Is Coming!

    In brightest day, in blackest night, no tribble shall escape my sight.

    Worlds collided at Wondercon on Saturday, as DC Comics and IDW Publishing announced Star Trek/Green Lantern: The Spectrum War, a six-part miniseries set to release in July. Behind the writer's helm is Mike Johnson, who was the pen behind a bunch of Star Trek and DC comics. He's joined by Angel Hernández, who was the artist's brush behind recent issues of Infinite Crisis: Fight for the Multiverse.

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  7. Prepare to Be Bewitched by George Takei’s New Reality Webseries With His Husband, It Takeis Two

    Oh, my!

    Ok, if this isn't adorable I don't know what is. Star Trek's George Takei, the man who knows no pun bounds, and his husband, Brad Takei, are premiering a new series online April 7th! It's semi-scripted and features stuff from their normal, daily routines, which are sometimes not so normal.

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  8. Leonard Nimoy’s Son Directing a Documentary About His Dad and Spock for Star Trek‘s 50th Anniversary

    Spockumentary.

    In a highly logical move, Leonard Nimoy's son, Adam, will direct For the Love of Spock, a documentary and tribute to the career of his late father.

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  9. Star Trek 3 Writer Simon Pegg Comments on Those Idris Elba Klingon Rumors

    They've actually cast an unknown actor named "John Harrison."

    Has he dashed our great hopes or given us something epic to hold onto?

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  10. Simon Pegg Says Star Trek 3 Will Have the Show’s Spirit, “Optimism” for a “More Enlightened Generation”

    Nothing says optimism like IDRIS ELBA.

    At a recent press junket for his upcoming film Kill Me Three Times, Star Trek and Mission: Impossible star Simon Pegg was asked how the opportunity to write the next Star Trek movie arose and what he hopes to bring to the script

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  11. Star Trek 3 May Have Discovered The Only Way to Get Me to Watch: Cast Idris Elba

    Damn it, Jim.

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  12. Things We Saw Today: Snape Jackets For All!

    10 points to your closet.

    Snape's jacket gets a (very expensive) new cut from Evening Arwen. Peep that luxurious green lining!

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  13. That Time Mae Jemison, Pioneering Astronaut, Was on Star Trek: The Next Generation

    Besides being the first woman of color in space, Jemison was an outstanding doctor with the Peace Corps before she even joined NASA and, in addition to a professorship at Cornell, is currently the head of the 100 Year Starship project. Oh yeah, and she’s also the first ever astronaut to appear in a Star Trek production.

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  14. In Honor of International Women’s Day, Here’s An Illustrated Look at Some of Sci-Fi’s Most Badass Ladies

    These gals are giving me strength right now.

    In honor of International Women's Day this past weekend, Tumblr artist idrawstuffs compiled this incredible series of sci-fi heroines. Brb, writing crossover fanfic where all these women get to meet!

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  15. Star Trek Writer and Producer Harve Bennett Passes Away at 84

    LLAP

    It's been a tough week for space heroes: Leonard Nimoy left us last Friday after 83 prosperous years, Harrison Ford was hospitalized yesterday following a plane crash, and Harve Bennett, the producer and writer who helped bring Star Trek to the big screen and created many of the franchise's most iconic moments, passed away Wednesday in Oregon at 84.

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  16. He Lived Long, He Prospered: Leonard Nimoy Passes Away at 83

    A great loss to us all.

    Star Trek actor Leonard Nimoy passed away this evening in L.A.

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  17. Things We Saw Today: Samuel L. Jackson on What Marvel Gets That DC Doesn’t

    Hey, we didn't make it about Marvel vs. DC this time.

    Short answer: Samuel L. Jackson. Marvel gets that people love Samuel L. Jackson.

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  18. Things We Saw Today: Shoes Inspired By NASA

    Yes, that's a moonwalk. Everything I do in these babies is a moonwalk.

    Good showing so far, 2015: we've got Marty McFly's self-lacing shoes and two pairs of Adidas shoes inspired by iconic NASA space suits. Too bad these fly kicks will run you up to $455.

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  19. Things We Saw Today: Rainbow Batman 75th Anniversary Pop! Figures!

    The Funko we deserve.

    "I must, Robin—I must wear a different-colored Batman costume each night!" -Batman [Really this time.] For Batman's 75th anniversary, you can collect six different-colored Pop! vinyl Batman figures. Hmmm... the yellow one reminds me of something...

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  20. Things We Saw Today: How Bill Nye Works

    He molded so many of our impressionable young minds. But what does the daily life of Bill Nye look like? Lifehacker's great "This Is How I Work" series has gifted us with an awesome look behind the scenes of an iconic man.

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