Star Trek Cosplay That Is Out of This World

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Star Trek Cosplay That Is Out of This World

Cosplay isn’t unique to Star Trek, but Star Trek cosplay is really something else. Whether you’re new to the world of Starfleet uniforms or an expert in Klingon costuming, we bet you’ll find something to like here. We’ve put together a look at some of the slickest Star Trek cosplay from over the years, from across the franchise, and from around the globe. Take a look.

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Greetings

Cosplayer Larry Smith strikes a pitch-perfect pose as a Star Trek: The Next Generation-era Vulcan Starfleet officer at the Star Trek: Mission New York convention in 2016.

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Dynamic Duo

At New York Comic Con in 2019, two cosplayers, dressed as Spock and Kirk, respectively, evoke a classic look from Star Trek: The Original Series.

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Ferengi Rules

This Ferengi cosplayer is totally ready for a close-up at London’s Destination Star Trek convention in 2012.

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The Gang’s All Here

Is group coplay the best cosplay? This group of Star Trek: The Next Generation-styled cosplayers, spotted at 2014’s Destination Star Trek event, might say, “Aye-aye, Captain.”

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Total Assimilation

A cosplayer nails Seven of Nine’s look at Star Trek: Mission New York in 2016.

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First Contact

Star Trek: Discovery actor Doug Jones meets his Saru self courtesy of cosplayer Jeff Stimson at 2019’s Official Star Trek Convention in Las Vegas.

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Q&A with Q

This cosplayer appears to handle a media inquiry at the 2012 Destination Star Trek event. The cosplayer is clad in Q’s judge garb, as seen in the Star Trek: The Next Generation pilot, “Encounter at Farpoint.”

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Party of Three

A trio of Star Trek: The Original Series cosplayers are seen at 2018’s Official Star Trek Convention in Las Vegas.

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Talaxian Take

A cosplayer cooks up Neelix from Star Trek: Voyager at a Star Trek convention in Las Vegas in 2005.

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Phaser Fun

Caroline Masters is ready to fire – and perhaps stave off a redshirt fate – at Destination Star Trek in 2012.

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In Rare Romulan Form

This cosplayer evokes Nero, the Romulan antagonist of J.J. Abrams’ 2009 Star Trek movie, at 2018’s Official Star Trek Convention in Las Vegas.

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The Counselor Is In

This cosplayer brings Star Trek: The Next Generation’s Deanna Troi to life at the Official Star Trek Convention in 2016 in Las Vegas.

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Resistance Is Futile

This cosplayer reported their Borg name as “Lou of Borg.” By any name, it’s a great look at 2012’s Destination Star Trek event.

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Say, “Cheese!”

This Klingon cosplayer bares some excellent Klingon choppers at England’s MCM Comic Con Birmingham in 2017.
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A New “Discovery”

Star Trek: Discovery’s Michael Burnham gets the cosplay treatment from Mahogany Harris at 2018’s Official Star Trek Convention in Las Vegas.

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Blue Notes

At the 2014 Destination Star Trek event, a cosplayer makes good use of blue gloves for an Andorian Starfleet officer look, circa Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country.

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Throwback Look

David Cheng goes old-school Starfleet at 2017’s WonderCon in Anaheim, California; the look evokes a uniform style seen in Star Trek: The Original Series’ two pilot episodes, “Where No Man Has Gone Before” and “The Cage” (repurposed for “The Menagerie.”)

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Compelling Cosplay

At the 2015 Official Star Trek Convention in Las Vegas, Kimber Gabryszak is a ringer for the Ilia drone from Star Trek: The Motion Picture.

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Tricorder Reading

Adria Renee (left) poses as one of two redshirts who presumably have no trouble with a Tribble prop at Stan Lee’s Comic Con in 2016 in Los Angeles.

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Spock 2.0

Vera Bambi offers a new take on the U.S.S. Enterprise’s science officer at 2016’s San Diego Comic-Con.

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Killer Borg

We’ve got to shine a light on this outstanding Borg cosplayer from the Official Star Trek Convention in 2012 in Las Vegas.

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Landing Crew

Bob Mitsch (left) and Kevin Kittridge (right) offer their takes on Spock and Kirk, respectively, at 2015’s San Diego Comic-Con.

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Antennae Alert

This cosplayer offers her take on a Star Trek: The Original Series-era Andorian at 2016’s Star Trek: Mission New York event.

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Teach the Children Well

Star Trek cosplay spans generations with Talitha James (left) and William James (right) at the Official Star Trek Convention in 2019 in Las Vegas.

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The Warrior’s Way

A Klingon cosplayer strikes a dominant pose at FedCon in 2008 in Bonn, Germany. FedCon is known as Europe’s largest annual sci-fi convention.

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Doggone Good

Two pooches, identified as Lt. Tasha (left) and Mr. Data (right), model Star Trek: The Next Generation-era Starfleet uniforms at 2006’s Official Star Trek Convention in Las Vegas.

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Monster Mashup

At 2016’s Official Star Trek Convention in Las Vegas, a cosplayer goes for a look that says, “Star Trek: The Original Series meets a B-movie.” (Personally, we’re getting a Robot Monster vibe from that helmet.)

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When Fandoms Collide

A cosplayer in a Starfleet-style uniform crosses into the Doctor Who universe when she pauses before a display of Daleks at England’s Sci-Fi Scarborough event in 2019.

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The TV Club

The 2017 premiere of Star Trek: Discovery at Los Angeles’ famed Cinerama Dome brings out the group-cosplay crowd.

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BFFs

Here’s another Spock and Kirk cosplay pairing; this one, captured at the 2017 San Diego Comic-Con. The duo is clad in Starfleet uniforms typically seen on the big screen from Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan to Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country.

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Friendly Faces

This cosplaying twosome is a vision in Starfleet red at 2017’s Film & Comic Con Birmingham in England.

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Royalty

A cosplayer channels the Borg Queen at 2016’s Star Trek: Mission New York.

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Yeoman’s Work

Star Trek: The Original SeriesRand is the object of this cosplayer’s devotion at Star Trek Mission: New York in 2016.

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Two of a Kind

Cosplayers, dressed as Cherons from the Star Trek: The Original Series episode, “Let That Be Your Last Battlefield,” are spied at the Official Star Trek Convention in 2012 in Las Vegas.

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Watch Out!

You can never have too much Klingon cosplay, especially when it’s this good. This look is from London’s Destination Star Trek con in 2014.

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Going Above and “Beyond”

This cosplayer brings a Star Trek: The Next Generation vibe to a 2016 premiere event in Sydney, Australia, for Star Trek Beyond.

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Ready for Action

A transporter backdrop helps enhance this cosplayer’s Star Trek: The Original Series look at London’s Destination Star Trek event in 2014.

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Made for Each Other

Sonnie Gustavsson (left) and Jossie Sockertopp (right), two just-married Klingon cosplayers from Sweden, cut their sci-fi-styled wedding cake at London’s Destination Star Trek con in 2012.

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The Sage

A cosplayer evokes a member of the Vulcan High Command at the 2011 Official Star Trek Convention in Las Vegas.

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Cosplay Generations

The young and old alike are drawn to Klingon cosplay, as this scene from 2010’s San Diego Comic-Con proves.
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Borg-a-palooza

Eric Hall (right) and Debbie Mankita (left) are dressed as a Borg and Seven of Nine, respectively, at the Official Star Trek Convention in 2016 in Las Vegas.

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Franchise Fraternizing

The Borg cosplayer from the previous shot is seen turning on Chris Skinner (left), whose cosplay look recalls Star Trek: The Original Series.

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Not Just Any Redshirts

The redshirt cosplayer on the left appears to have met a tragic redshirt fate; the one on the right appears to be a Trill.

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Making It So

Giles Aston is dressed as the Star Trek: The Next Generation-era Jean-Luc Picard at the 2005 Official Star Trek Convention in Las Vegas.

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Going Boldly

Ron Warren (left) and Lenora Brown (right) pose as Scotty and Uhura, respectively, in front of a model of the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701 at 2003’s TrekFest in Riverside, Iowa. In the original Star Trek timeline, Riverside is the birthplace of James T.  Kirk.

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In the Spotlight

This cosplayer channels Star Trek: The Next Generation at 2018’s Official Star Trek Convention in Las Vegas.

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Andoria Forever

This Andorian cosplayer is seen at Star Trek: Mission New York in 2016.

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Back in Black

Susan Vance shows up as Shinzon at the Official Star Trek Convention in 2006 in Las Vegas.

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