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Bikel Passes

Wednesday, July 22nd, 2015


Theodore Bikel, known to Trek fans for his role of Sergey Rozhenko, Worf’s Russian adopted father, is dead at the age of ninety-one.

The actor died on Monday of natural causes.


Worf Vinyl Bust Bank

Monday, April 27th, 2015


Diamond Select Toys has announced a new Trek-themed item, the Star Trek: The Next Generation Lt. Worf Vinyl Bust Bank.

The Worf bust bank is the third in the series, following the release of Spock and Kirk bank busts.


Steuer: Playing Alexander Rozhenko

Wednesday, April 1st, 2015


Jon Steuer was only six when he took on the role of Alexander Rozhenko on Star Trek: The Next Generation: Reunion, but he remembers it well.

Unlike some child actors who were urged into acting by their parents, Steuer was the one who wanted to be on television.


Trek Worf Hoodie

Thursday, November 13th, 2014


A new hoodie joins the collection of The Next Generation-themed hoodies.

The Star Trek: The Next Generation Worf Costume Hoodie comes courtesy of ThinkGeek.


New Star Trek Select Action Figure

Wednesday, October 29th, 2014


The fourth figure in Diamond Select Toys’ Star Trek Select collection features Worf.

The Star Trek Select The Next Generation Worf Action Figure follows the release of Spock, Kirk, and Picard action figures.


Dorn On Captain Worf Series

Friday, August 8th, 2014


In a short video, Michael Dorn spoke about a potential Captain Worf series, explaining what fans can do to help.

Dorn played the role of Worf for eleven years on television; from The Next Generation through Deep Space Nine. He was also seen in five Star Trek films.


Dorn In STO’s Sphere of Influence

Wednesday, October 30th, 2013


Michael Dorn will be voicing Worf in Star Trek Online’s Sphere of Influence episode.

In Sphere of Influence, players will “face a dangerous and powerful foe from a distant quadrant of the galaxy.”


Star Trek: The Next Generation Art Prints

Monday, September 30th, 2013


Generation Gallery is again offering Star Trek-themed art, this time a set of three prints featuring characters from Star Trek: The Next Generation.

The characters in this limited-edition set include Picard, Data, and Worf.


New Trek Posters

Monday, August 26th, 2013

Klingon fans will be pleased with the release of a new set of posters from Generation Gallery.

The posters feature Worf and Chang (Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country).


Redemption Blu-ray Review

Friday, August 9th, 2013

A Blu-ray release of the two-part Star Trek: The Next Generation episode Redemption is now available for fans of the Klingon-based episodes.

Redemption: Part 1 and Part II were originally aired as the finale of Season Four, and the beginning of Season Five, and are now presented as a single, ninety-minute episode. This is the second double episode feature length Blu-ray release, the first one being The Best of Both Worlds.


Trek Fatheads

Tuesday, August 28th, 2012

For Trek fans wishing to bring some life-sized Star Trek character graphics into their home, Star Trek “Fatheads” offer twelve different wall graphics from which to choose.

A Fathead wall graphic is a realistic-looking “life-size action image that [can be stuck] on any smooth surface.” These images can be moved and reused and are safe for walls.


Dorn: I Had A Blank Slate For Worf

Thursday, December 2nd, 2010

For Michael Dorn, one of the appeals of taking on the role of the Klingon Worf was taking on a character with no backstory so that Dorn could make the character his own.

When Dorn went to audition for the role of Worf, all had was the name of the character, not even being given a description of what Worf should be. “No, it was seriously just a name,” said Dorn. “They didn’t tell you what to do. They didn’t tell you how they wanted the character to be – nothing. You went in to audition for this character name and that was it. When I started, before I came onto the set, I went to Gene Roddenberry and said: hey, what do you want from this guy? Who is he? And being as smart as he is, he said: don’t listen to what you’ve heard or read or seen in the past, nothing. Just make the character your own. And that’s what I did.”


Worf And The International Space Station

Wednesday, April 7th, 2010

Amongst the items delivered by the Discovery space shuttle to the International Space Station earlier today, was a patch with a Star Trek connection.

The acronym for the NASA patch for the Window Observational Research Facility, a science equipment rack that will enable astronaut-tended and remote-controlled Earth-observation experiments, is the same as the name of Lt. Commander Worf, the Klingon seen on Star Trek: The Next Generation and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.


Frakes – Keeping In Touch

Tuesday, February 10th, 2009

Frakes on ‘Star Trek: The Next Generation’ and ‘Star Trek XI.’ (more…)