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  1. Incredible Girl Presents: Geeks and Kink at Emerald City Comicon

    Because the same people that go to Comic Con go to Dom Con.

    "What's this weird connection between fans of Star Trek, S&M, and the Renaissance Faire?" - Margaret Cho, Notorious C.H.O. This is the question I wanted to explore when I brought my panel, "Incredible Girl Presents: Geeks and Kink" to Emerald City Comiccon this past weekend.

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  2. The Worf of Starfleet Trailer Should’ve Won Wolf of Wall Street an Oscar

    Here's your consolation prize, Scorsese.

    I think the members of the Academy may have missed this parody trailer, because how could you not give an Oscar to the movie responsible for this? Oh well. If your movie doesn't win an Oscar, a parody with a Worf pun is pretty much the best next thing, right?

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  3. For Your Consideration: The Worf of Starfleet [Video]

    Make It So

    Well, I know what's getting my Best Picture vote. Q'apla!

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  4. In An Alternate Star Trek Universe, Worf Works On Wall Street

    Make It So

    Creator of this lovely image, The Ring Trick, writes, "At first glance, my friend thought the title of The Wolf of Wall Street was Worf of Wall Street. I was bored, so yeah…" So many things on the internet happen this way and I am not sorry about it. Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  5. Michael Dorn Still Optimistic About His Worf-Based TV Series

    To Boldly Go

    We first learned about Michael Dorn's efforts to get a Worf-centered Star Trek movie or television show into development nearly a year ago, and even though nothing has come of it yet, Dorn is still optimistic.

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  6. Seeing Worf Giggle In This Star Trek: The Next Generation Blooper Reel Made My Week

    Make It So

    The fourth season of Star Trek: The Next Generation is coming to blu-ray July 30th and we've got a tiny look at what to expect from the blooper reel. Namely, giggles. (via Blastr) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  7. 5 Out of 5, Would Watch Again…And Again And Again: Our Favorite Star Trek Characters

    Last week, we asked who the worst characters in Star Trek history were -- the series alums you never want to see back -- and you told us. This week, we're still excited for the upcoming movie, but taking a rosier view on things, so we asked who your favorite characters were, and you all weighed in again. We thank you for it. So without further ado, presented for your approval -- or disapproval, if that's your thing -- your choices for the 10 best characters in Trek-dom -- and one honorable mention we just couldn't bring ourselves to leave on the cutting room floor.

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  8. Star Trek’s Michael Dorn Is Going To Play A Werewolf In The Castlevania Movie


    I'm writing more articles these days about Star Trek: The Next Generation actor Michael Dorn than I ever expected. He's hopeful for a Worf spin-off ,and is busy with a Kickstarter for a romcom filled with Trek actors, but the latest news is he's got a role in the Castlevania movie. There's a Castlevania movie? Probably? 

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  9. No One Likes Worf’s Ideas on Star Trek: The Next Generation. Ever. [Video]

    We Can't Have Nice Things

    This 15-minute video proves something really special: Lt. Worf (played by Michael Dorn) was the Rodney Dangerfield of the starship Enterprise. He probably never got the takeout he wanted, he probably never got to watch the TV shows he wanted, and he was never taken up on his brilliant strategies for saving the crew and/or multiverse. Oh, well. (via io9) Previously in Star Trek

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  10. Things We Saw Today: Amazing Technicolor Cartoon Wheel

    Things We Saw Today

    Slate created this eye-candy of a color wheel featuring tons of popular cartoon characters. We give them props for going full-geek in making a ROYGBIV-based infographic about animated characters. (via Popped Culture)

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  11. Wikipedia Takes the Klingon Out of Its Logo

    The filthy p'tahks over at Wikipedia have made an unforgivable error. With the visual update of the site has come a new logo. A new logo...

    That is missing its Klingon character.

    Gather your bat'leths, my brethren, as I illustrate:

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