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Official Starships Collection Klingon D4

Monday, January 5th, 2015


The fourth oversized Official Starships Collection model will be of interest to Klingon fans.

The ship will be a D4 class Bird of Prey, seen in Star Trek into Darkness.


Official Starships Collection Update

Monday, December 15th, 2014


Two new ship models from the Star Trek: The Official Starships Collection will debut soon, and 2015 promises even more models to come.

The next two ships to be released will include a Vulcan and a Klingon ship.


New Trek Metal Ship Model Kits

Wednesday, September 3rd, 2014


Four new Star Trek ship metal ship kits will be released this month.

The ships come courtesy of Fascinations.


Skele-Treks Now Shipping

Tuesday, February 4th, 2014


Last summer, TrekToday reported on a new line of Trek-themed merchandise, Star Trek Skele-Treks, and today comes word that the Skele-Treks have begun to ship.

The Skele-Treks universe is inspired by Mexican culture and traditions in conjunction with Mexico-based Maya Studio and Spanish artist Javi Molner, and were seen at last year’s San Diego Comic-Con.


North Carolina Politician Resigns – in Klingon

Friday, January 3rd, 2014


A politician resigning isn’t always news, but David Waddell from North Carolina made it news with his resignation letter.

Waddell, who was on the Indian Trail Town Council, penned his resignation letter in the Klingon language. Indian Trail is near Charlotte, North Carolina.


Newest Starship Models

Friday, November 22nd, 2013


The next ships in the Star Trek: The Official Starships Collection have been announced.

The three ships include two Federation ships and one Klingon ship.


Klingon Postcards At Comic-Con

Wednesday, July 17th, 2013

Star Trek fans attending the San Diego Comic-Con this week will be able to obtain Klingon-themed postcards, courtesy of

The four postcards feature artwork by Juan Ortiz.


Today Was A Bad Day To Imbibe

Thursday, February 14th, 2013

Fort Lauderdale resident Johnnie Blade decided to play the Klingon in the middle of a residential intersection, wielding a Klingon Bat’leth.

The man was “wildly swinging” the four-foot long sword and “proudly displaying” it to passing motorists.


Star Trek Online: Klingon Awareness Week

Monday, March 26th, 2012

Players of Star Trek Online are invited to an “in-game Klingon event” to be held during the first week of April.

The Klingon Awareness Week will be held from April 1-7, and will include “community sponsored Klingon PvP (Player vs. Player) combat play; player-authored Foundry missions; fleet actions; participation in joint mission play; and much more!

“Forum discussions, event calendars, downloadable guide books, mission recommendations and reviews, plus podcasts and videos, will be available for this Klingon-centric event.  Additional information can be found on and, and the schedule of events can be found at the referring site.

Star Trek 2 Villain Rumor

Thursday, November 17th, 2011

With filming to begin next month on the newest Star Trek movie, rumor has it that a familiar race will be back and that they will be dogged by another familiar race.

Part of the fun of waiting for the new Star Trek movie is reading what emerges in the way of information and rumors, and once the movie is released, seeing if any of the rumors were true. Spoilers are past the cut.


Klingon Casting Call

Monday, September 13th, 2010

Klingon wannabes who live in the D.C. area are invited to an open casting call for Klingon and Shakespeare extras for By Any Other Name: An Evening of Shakespeare in Klingon.

The performance, by the Washington Shakespeare Company, will be held on September 25 but the casting call is for seven days earlier, September 18.


Shakespeare In Klingon

Tuesday, August 31st, 2010

First there was Klingon opera. Now fans of both Klingons and Shakespeare can see selections of Shakespeare classics performed in the Klingon language as well as in English.

On September 25 in Arlington, Virginia, the Washington Shakespeare Company will perform an evening of Shakespeare, featuring selections from Hamlet and Much Ado About Nothing.


Star Trek News Of The Weird

Wednesday, November 18th, 2009

When Ultralingua needed someone to create applications for a Klingon dictionary, they turned to linguist d’Armond Speers, who came with interesting credentials, he had taught his own son Klingonese from an early age.

Some parents who love Star Trek plop their toddler in front of the television and pop in Star Trek DVDs hoping to make future fans, but Speers, who claims to not be a huge Star Trek fan, seems to top them all.


Star Trek: Online Klingon Trailer

Friday, October 16th, 2009

A trailer for Star Trek: Online, from the point of view of the Klingon Empire, has appeared online.

In a short trailer, a Federation Science Station Delta Nine is under attack and calls for Federation assistance.

“Their Federation is a force for peace,” says a Klingon voice. “They are explorers, but not conquerors. They are cowards! They are weak! And yet, they think they are superior. By the blood of Kahless, they are wrong!”


Hallmark To Offer Limited Star Trek Ornament

Tuesday, June 9th, 2009

Fans attending this year’s Comic-Con will be able to purchase a limited edition Hallmark ornament featuring Lieutenant Uhura.

As reported by, the limited edition ornament, which features Lieutenant Uhura in a gold uniform, should sell out quickly, with only four hundred and fifty of them being offered for sale at this year’s Comic-Con.