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[VIDEO] TMS at WinterCon: Star Trek Alum Nichelle Nichols and TNA’s Maria Kanellis on Women Who Kick Butt

Over the weekend, The Mary Sue had the chance to check out the sights and sounds of WinterCon, the annual comic and sci-fi expo taking place in New York.

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Things We Saw Today: This Spot-On Cosplay of Jane from Daria

Tumblr user "diamondideozu" just uploaded a huge photo-set of her stunning cosplay of Jane, Daria's best friend on the iconic 90s TV show Daria.

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Star Trek: Discovery Adds Anthony Rapp and Doug Jones, Thus Supporting the Theory That It Will Be Great

Despite a few setbacks, Star Trek: Discovery is shaping up to be something great.

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Bryan Fuller Steps Down As Showrunner For Star Trek: Discovery, But Don’t Worry — He’s Still Involved

We've been really excited for the upcoming Star Trek: Discovery, the first Star Trek series to come to television (well, to CBS All Access, anyway) in over a decade in large part because of the involvement of Hannibal's Bryan Fuller. However, it seems as if Fuller doesn't have the time to devote to the day-to-day running of the show, and it was announced yesterday that he will be stepping down from the showrunner role.

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[VIDEO] TMS Boldly Goes Through Intrepid’s Starfleet Academy Experience

Paging all Trekkies.

I've always wondered what it was like to actually be on the Enterprise's bridge. That's why I thoroughly enjoyed my time at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space museum's Star Trek: The Starfleet Academy Experience in New York City.

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Obama Maintains Geek Cred While Talking Star Trek, Despite Not Knowing How Many Original Series Eps There Are

I love our geek President so, so much. Glimmers of his love for Star Trek have popped up throughout his administration. This time, WIRED Magazine asks President Obama about why he thinks Star Trek has endured, and he answers in the video after the jump.

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[VIDEO] Don’t Call It a Comeback: Defending Reboots and Remakes

With reboots and remakes of long-running franchises and already existing, successful projects making up a significant number of films and TV shows released within the past few years, there's been some well-deserved complaints among fans who want Hollywood to take more chances on original stories. But, what do we mean when we say "original?"

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Star Trek Stars Join Forces to Trek Against Trump By Getting Out the Vote For Clinton

A few days ago, an account appeared on Facebook and Twitter called Trek For Trump. Their goal? To get out the vote for Hillary Clinton, because if one believes in the optimistic, inclusive world of Star Trek, a vote for a man who is vocally racist, sexist, and who thinks himself smarter than other people simply because he's managed to stay rich by not paying taxes doesn't make sense. You'd think.

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Why Star Trek: Discovery Needs an Environmental Conservation Plotline

Can a show about exploring strange new worlds help save life on our own?

Star Trek is at its best when it focuses on important real-world problems through the lens of science fiction. But in hundreds of hours of airtime, it has barely covered topics related to environmental conservation at all.

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Star Trek Beyond Blu-ray Deleted Scene Shows Kirk Would Never Intrude On Your Date

It's nice to know that, even though someone's your boss, they respect your boundaries and are encouraging when it comes to your dating life. Star Trek Beyond isn't coming to Blu-ray until November 1st, but a deleted scene has been released that shows that James Kirk is your bud first, your Captain second.

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Things We Saw Today: Rogue One: A Star Wars Story Releases International Posters

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story released two new international posters via the official Star Wars Twitter account, and they are gorgeous!

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[VIDEO] TMS Boldly Visited the Paley Center for Media to Celebrate Star Trek’s 50th Anniversary

Paintings, toys and interviews! Oh my!

To commemorate Star Trek's 50th anniversary, the Paley Center for Media reached out to 50 artists representing 10 different countries to put their original works on display at its New York location.

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Things We Saw Today: Jonah Hex Returning to Legends of Tomorrow

It's confirmed: Jonah Hex will once again show up on Legends of Tomorrow for its second season. The famous comic book character was portrayed by actor Johnathon Schaech in season one's episode "The Magnificent Eight", which was arguably one of the standout stories of the series's inaugural season.

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Bryan Fuller Continues to Tease Us With Hints About Star Trek: Discovery

Effectively raising our excitement levels to warp five.

Ever since Star Trek: Discovery co-creator Bryan Fuller promised to "spoiler it up" in the months leading up to the series' January 2017 premiere, he's certainly delivered on that front so far.

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Celebrate Star Trek with a Klingon Audio Tour of the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum

Well, that's bold.

To commemorate "Star Trek's" 50th anniversary, the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum restored the original S.S. Enterprise and included a Klingon audio tour.

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George Takei and Stephen Colbert Celebrate Star Trek With a Red Alert

Yesterday was the 50th anniversary of Star Trek's premiere, so naturally super-nerd Stephen Colbert invited George Takei as a guest on The Late Show.

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Things We Saw Today: This Guy Says His Galaxy Note 7 Exploded & Lit His Car On Fire

Here's one in the Weird Internet category: Nathan Dornacher, a Florida resident, posted a public Facebook gallery today of his car in a fiery blaze. The likely cause? Dornacher thinks his phone exploded.

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Facebook Celebrates Star Trek‘s 50th With Themed Reaction Buttons & Profile Frames

In case you hadn't already noticed from the celebrations all over the internet today, it's Star Trek's 50th Anniversary! Here's how to show your Star Trek pride while you're on Facebook today.

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Star Trek: Discovery Writers Discuss the Title, the Timeline, and the Launch of Accompanying Books & Comics

At the Mission New York Star Trek Convention this afternoon, Kirsten Beyer and Nicholas Meyer, who are two of Star Trek: Discovery’s writers, appeared on a panel to describe a few more upcoming details about the show.

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Things We Saw Today: Vintage Star Trek Con Footage Reminds Us Fandom Never Dies

Whether you're a fan of Star Trek, Star Wars, Supernatural or something else that starts with S, the best part of fandom is being able to find your people at a con--and that's just what this footage of a 1976 Star Trek convention in Colorado reminds me of.

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