Fan Sites

TrekCore

TrekCore offers one of the largest repositories for information on every Star Trek episode and movie along with all the latest news, interviews and analysis on Blu-ray releases, books, gaming, soundtracks and more.

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TrekMovie

Trekmovie.com is a site for breaking news and information about all aspects of Star Trek. TrekMovie's team of experts bring fans all the news, interviews, previews and reviews about the Star Trek movies, books, comics, merchandise, fan productions, celebrities, events and more.

TrekToday

For more than a decade, TrekToday has been providing daily news and juicy rumors on everything related to the Star Trek franchise. Fans can join the Star Trek BBS, the internet's largest Trek discussion forum with over 15,000 members and thousands of daily discussions.

TrekWeb

An original Star Trek fan site and a place for everything Trek since 1996. You can find daily news including early episode plot information, feature film production reports and early script reviews, as well as a large collection of original interview features with Trek personalities.

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  • Star Trek on Facebook

    Join our official Star Trek page on Facebook for polls, breaking news, and fun fan activities.

  • Star Trek on Twitter

    Follow us on Twitter for official Star Trek tweets.

  • StarTrekMovie.com

    The official site of the most recent Star Trek movie. This interactive site features the official trailer, a photo gallery, a synopsis, cast and crew bios, production notes and panoramas of the inside of the Enterprise. You can also download wallpapers, icons, a widget and a phaser app.

  • A Piece of the Action

    Since early 2009, Apieceoftheaction.net has been reviewing merchandise based on TOS. Everything is covered: action figures, board games, statues, trading cards and more! Join the site's creator James Sawyer as he takes you on a tour of his Classic Trek collection - one review at a time.

  • Drex Files

    The official blog of Academy Award and Emmy winning artist Doug Drexler. Doug has held many creative positions while working on Star Trek. The Drex Files is a cornucopia of never before seen art, diagrams, CGI, animations and madcap recollections from Hollywood's greatest space epic.

  • Ex Astris Scientia

    The phrase "Ex Astris Scientia" is known to fans as the motto of Starfleet Academy. It is also a website that focuses on the starships and future technology that appeared in the various series and movies. You can find discussion of artistic, social and philosophical aspects of Star Trek.

  • Hailing Frequency

    Founded in 2005, Hailing Frequency was the first podcast dedicated to Star Trek gaming. They have produced over 120 podcasts and they are now the leading source for all Star Trek gaming news. They regularly interview Cryptic Studios and GameForge.

  • Klingon Language Institute

    Since 1992, Klingon Language Institute has promoted the study of Klingon linguistics and culture among fans with questions about the language, gamers wanting authenticity for a Klingon character and students and professionals in linguistics, psychology and IT, who see Klingon as a useful metaphor.

  • Memory Alpha

    A free Star Trek reference website that is written collaboratively by the readers. Its goal is to become the largest, most reliable and most up-to-date encyclopedia about everything Trek. The project, which was started in 2003, is a wiki, making it easy for fans to share their knowledge.

  • Phasers

    The weapons of Star Trek - or at least the Federation ones anyway! Set phasers to stun, and enter to learn the difference between an EM-33 and an Isomagnetic Disintegrator.

  • Star Trek Animated

    You can find sections about episodes, the cast, ships, animations, fan art, desktops, a coloring book, a calendar, games and screensavers. There are rare interviews and nine original comic books drawn in the style of TAS. You can also see two episodes of Starship Farragut: The Animated Episodes.

  • Star Trek Comics Checklist

    A guide to Star Trek comics and graphic novels published in the United States, with brief plot summaries and cover images (or more than you ever needed to know about Star Trek comics).

  • Star Trek Minutiae

    It's all in the details. An extensive site devoted to the many facets of Star Trek and other science fiction series. Presenting conjectural history articles, detailed technical information, starship size comparisons, an extensive humor archive, thoughtful opinion and commentary and much more.

  • Star Trek Prop Authority

    To document the Art and Production History of Star Trek, this site presents articles on prop & costume authentication - focusing on TOS - and features pictorials to showcase Trek memorabilia in private & public collections, and presents rare Behind The Scenes TOS imagery.

  • Star Trek Soundtracks

    A comprehensive source of news and information on Star Trek movie and TV soundtrack releases, including track listings, liner notes, recording information and review links. Also includes composer-specific episode guides for all series as well as a composer index and music-related links.

  • Subspace Communique

    A site for all things related to Trek fan culture. There are news stories about your favorite series and actors, merchandise reviews and funny original articles. You can play Trivia Tribble or check out the blog of Crewman Becky, one of the only active blogging Starfleet members.

  • The Complete Starfleet Library

    Star Trek book collectors and readers can find information on every Trek book published in English, fiction and nonfiction, from 1967 to next year. Online since 1999, it covers over a thousand books and has special feature sections, including a look at dozens of unpublished books.

  • The Star Trek Prop, Costume & Auction Blog

    A blog about Star Trek props, cosumes and auctions, starting with the famous Christie's Star Trek prop and costume auction in October 2006, through the It's a Wrap Star Trek prop and costume auctions on eBay and the coming Propworx Star Trek auction.

  • Trek Federation

    The Federation is the only fan club designed with the help of Gene Roddenbery. Their mission, as assigned by Gene, "Do what the crew of the Enterprise does in every episode... go places and help people." For over 25 years, The Federation has worked to make a difference and they have fun doing it