In the meantime, enjoy the html version below. I guess. If that's your thing.
Redshirt zombie Redshirt zombie Original Series Romulan Two of Dr. Soong's Augments (Enterprise) An Andorian and an Orion crewmember Cosplayer Spenser Babb-Biernacki as Yeoman Rand, with Grace Lee Whitney, the actress who played the character on TOS Morn (DS9) Jadzia Dax and Lenara Kahn, the star-crossed lovers from "Rejoined" (DS9) T'Pau from "Amok Time" and Philana from "Plato's Stepchildren" (TOS) Crewmember in the infamous TNG skant, with Captain Sisko The infamous TNG skant. Residents of the Mirror Universe (TOS) Kayla Iacovino created this TOS-era environmental suit Apollo and Lt. Carolyn Palamas ("Who Mourns for Adonais?", TOS) Steampunk meets Star Trek The crew from TNG's Robin Hood-inspired episode, "Q-pid" Deep Space Nine and the wormhole Vulcan The unicorn dog from "The Enemy Within," along with Balok from "The Corbomite Maneuver" (TOS) Best friends cosplaying as a Vulcan and a Borg Ishka, the feminist Ferengi (DS9), hangs out with a Romulan from TOS Ladies of TOS, including Vanna ("The Cloud Minders"), Rayna ("Requiem for Methuselah"), Carolyn Palamas ("Who Mourns for Adonais?") and Droxine ("The Cloud Minders") Karine Marois as "Kaylee Tucker III," an Enterprise/Firefly mashup A Klingon couple The Borg Queen poses with her cardboard cutout The staff of the Starfleet Veterinary Clinic A Borg drone with gender-swapped Seven of Nine, the Borg Queen, and Data from Star Trek: First Contact. Two Kiras and a Seven of Nine Deanna Trois from "Ménage à Troi" (left) and "The Price" (right) TOS characters, including Nona from "A Private Little War" (second from left), and Elaan of Troyius (right) Connor Bright rocks a Wesley Crusher-inspired sweater dress Karine Marois as a Nibiran (one of the aliens from the beginning of Star Trek: Into Darkness) TOS movies-era crew members
The cosplay at Star Trek: Las Vegas seems to get more creative every year! Check out some of the coolest costumes from the world’s largest Star Trek convention, held July 31 to August 3, 2014 at the Rio.
Jarrah Hodge is a feminist blogger from Vancouver, B.C. She runs the multi-author feminist blog gender-focus.com, and she analyzes Star Trek from a feminist perspective over at her other blog, trekkiefeminist.tumblr.com. You can also find her on Twitter @jarrahpenguin.
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