#I’M LITERALLY CRYING ABOUT THIS HELMET AGAIN #EVERY TIME I SEE IT I JUST #WHAT IS THIS SHIT FOR #WHY IS THERE A POLICE SIREN ON TOP OF IT #WHAT IS THE ANTENNA FOR #BUT MOSTLY #WHY #WHY DOES IT SAY SPOCK ON IT IN GIANT LETTERS #LIKE TO LET THE REST OF THE CREW KNOW OH GOD HERE COMES THAT FUCKING IDIOT SPOCK AND HIS HELMET (x)
It was as if a million scifi fans cried out in terror… http://ift.tt/17itu0I
In Non LEGO News, this belongs here.-MBG
The New Soap Opera “All My Fandoms”
Spock by ThatNordicGuy
Zachary Quinto / Leonard Nimoy Combined Face Morph
"…While the William Shatner era of Star Trek isn’t exactly the first thing that springs to mind as a predecessor of the “It Gets Better” anti-bullying movement, Buzzfeed’s got an excerpt from the advice pages of a 1968 teen magazine called Fave displays Leonard Nimoy’s sensitivity to the plight of one particular young woman. What would Spock do? she asks. And damn if he doesn’t answer her perfectly…”
Miss Spock — Star Trek: The Original Series
Cosplayer: Gab Evans of A for Cosplay [tumblr]
I’ve only hired one person in my life, but I think I made a pretty good first choice. Gab is the best. If you see my assistant dressed as Femme Spock at San Diego Comic-Con, please tell her I said, “patoot.”
1. according to or agreeing with the principles of logic; according to the science that investigates the principles governing correct or reliable inference.
2. in accordance to a particular method of reasoning or argumentation.
3. reasoning in accordance with the principles of logic, as a person or the mind.
4. reasonable; to be expected.
5. convincing forcefulness; inexorable truth or persuasiveness.
6. of or pertaining to logic.
7. apparent objectivity or rationality.
Etymology: Middle English logik < Latin logica < Greek logikós - of speech or reason.
Chris Pine for OUT Magazine June/July 2013
x On why Kirk needs Spock: The relationship [with Spock] is the core of what Kirk goes through. It’s substantial, and the arc and the trajectory of his journey is huge, almost Greek. But you can’t talk about Kirk without talking about Spock, and it’s through his relationship with Spock that he learns the greatest lessons, about loving someone to the point of being able to do away with all rules and regulations and the constraints in order to save, protect and do justice to your friend.
x On his first time playing gay: My first intimate scene [onscreen] was with Tom Everett Scott,” Pine says, referring to his role in the TV movie-of-the-week, Surrender, Dorothy, with Diane Keaton, in which he plays gay. “He’s an incredible spooner — very warm, very sensitive.”
x How his four-year English degree from Berkley contributed to a kind of critical speed-read technique: “I think I’ve read 20 scripts in the last two and a half weeks. Those tools are indispensable, all those little micro-muscles in your brain that are just trained to see certain things. All you do all day is read, break down story, structure, character, and technique.”
x On costar Zachary Quinto’s sexuality and coming out: It was something that I knew about Zach from the moment I met him. It was just who Zach was and that’s that. I’m sensitive, and I don’t ever want to make anyone feel uncomfortable. Knowing that for Zach it was more about a career thing and that he was not comfortable at the time coming out — it was fine. It was something that we kind of tiptoed around and I just took it as a given, because that’s what he wanted.” But when Quinto came out in 2011 in an interview with New York magazine, Pine was thrilled: “So happy for him, oh man. I thought it was rad. It was really, really cool. He did it on his own time, on his own schedule. And Jonathan [Groff], who he’s dating, is such a lovely man. He’s a good guy and a great actor, and they make a fantastic couple. I couldn’t have been happier for Zach.”
x He’d like to see a gay action star: “All it really takes is the fact that the man isn’t going home to his wife, but has a boyfriend at home,” he says. “I think it would be a wonderful thing to see.”
I actually picked up this copy of OUT Magazine because Chris Pine gave such an excellent interview.
HASBRO: 1967 Star Trek Oil Painting By Numbers Kit
GAF: 1974 STAR TREK Mr. Spock’s Time Trek View Master Reels
Star Trek - Leonard Nimoy On The Set
Vintage Paperback - Star Trek Photonovel #01 “City On The Edge Of Forever”