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Trek Quog Artwork

Wednesday, August 14th, 2013

Two new Star Trek-themed quogs are available now.

The quog artwork set of two includes a Gorn, and Captain Kirk.


Star Trek: The Video Game Clip

Friday, April 26th, 2013

A new clip from Star Trek: The Video Game, courtesy of moviefone, includes a cut scene and an in-depth look at the Gorn.

The cut scene features Kirk and Spock and includes a risky mind-meld.


Star Trek Game Introduces The New Gorn

Friday, June 8th, 2012

Several days ago, the villain for the forthcoming Star Trek video game was announced, and today, players can see what the alien will look like.

One of the more painful aspects of the original series episode Arena, in which the Gorn was first seen, was the rather fake-looking Gorn, but in the new Star Trek game, the Gorn looks like a creature to be feared, not scorned.


Gorn Versus Kirk Giclee

Thursday, May 17th, 2012

For fans of the original series episode Arena, a new giclee print will feature Captain Kirk and the Gorn.

The limited edition giclee, from Iron Gut Publishing, was created by British artist Dave Merrell and is hand-numbered and hand-signed by Merrell.


New Trek-Themed Merchandise

Thursday, May 19th, 2011

Fans of the original series Gorn of Arena will be pleased to hear about the latest merchandise which features the green-skinned reptile.

The Gorn, sculpted by Jim Maddox, with paint masters by Jeff Camp, is a thirteen-inch tall statue sculpted in 1:6 scale.


Clark: Arena’s Gorn

Thursday, January 20th, 2011

Star Trek fans know Bobby Clark as the Gorn who took on Captain Kirk (and lost) in the popular original series episode Arena.

Clark actually appeared more than once on Star Trek, due to his acquaintance with director Joseph Pevney. “I was in The Apple, Mirror, Mirror, The Return of the Archons and Arena,” said Clark. Arena was the first one. I got Star Trek because I’d done a lot of work on other shows with a director named Joseph Pevney. We knew each other. We got along real. He knew how I worked and so forth and so on, and I knew what he wanted and needed. When he and Gene Roddenberry talked about Arena, they of course talked about the Gorn, and Joseph knew who he wanted to play that character. When the time came, he called me in, and that was it.”


New Star Trek Action Figures

Thursday, September 2nd, 2010

Action figure collectors who are fans of the original series will enjoy the “Dilithium Collection” released by Diamond Select Toys.

Three new sets, from three original series episodes, can be pre-ordered, with delivery expected in late October. The sets will sell for $31.98 each.