Doctor Who Rewatch
1x02 End of the World
I certainly am an advocate of therapy. I wish that our culture, meaning American culture, had less stigma attached to getting professional help for mental illness.
Christopher Eccleston has an absolutely beautiful set of arms and hands and he uses both so well when he’s talking about his passions. Watching him talk with his hands is like watching poetry in motion.
Commander Spock more like Commander HOT
It saddens me that the TOS and TNG cast rarely wore black. Everyone looks better in black.
It’s GIVEAWAY TIME!
In celebration of the release of Star Trek Into Darkness in theaters and the excitement of welcoming so many new people into our fandom, I will be giving away 24 Star Trek books written between the years of 1976 and 1996.
Here are the RULES:
- You do not have to be following me to win.
- Reblog as many times as you like until July 10, 2013. On that day, I will be using a random number generator to choose the winners.
- You can win one book per reblog. Meaning for example, if you reblog four times you will be entered into the drawing four times and could potentially be selected four times to win a total of four books.
- I can only ship inside the US and Canada for this giveaway.
- Winners will be contacted via ask message on July 11. They have 48 hours to claim their prize before it is forfeit to the next person selected.
- Winners can choose which book they would like based on availability at the time they are contacted.
Here is what you could win:
- Star Trek: The New Voyages edited by Sondra Marshak and Myrna Culbreath
- Star Trek: The New Voyages 2 edited by Sondra Marshak and Myrna Culbreath
- Star Trek: Mutiny on the Enterprise by Robert E. Vardeman
- Star Trek: Enterprise: The First Adventure (TOS) by Vonda N. McIntyre
- Star Trek #2: The Entropy Effect by Vonda N. NcIntyre
- Star Trek #11: Yesterday’s Son by A.C. Crispin
- Star Trek #20: The Vulcan Academy Murders by Jean Lorrah
- Star Trek #23: Ishmael by Barbara Hambly
- Star Trek #28: Crisis on Centaurus by Brad Ferguson
- Star Trek #32: Chain of Attack by Gene DeWeese
- Star Trek #34: Dreams of the Raven by Carmen Carter
- Star Trek #39: Time For Yesterday by A.C. Crispin
- Star Trek #40: Timetrap by David Dvorkin
- Star Trek #42: Memory Prime by Gar and Judith Reeves-Stevens
- Star Trek #45: Double, Double by Michael Jan Friedman
- Star Trek #52: Home Is The Hunter by Dana Kramer-Rolls
- Star Trek: Prime Directive by Judith and Garfield Reeves-Stevens
- Star Trek: The Return by William Shatner
- Star Trek: The Next Generation #1: Ghost Ship by Diane Carey
- Star Trek: The Next Generation #4: Survivors by Jean Lorrah
- Star Trek: The Next Generation #5: Strike Zone by Peter David
- Star Trek: The Next Generation #7: Masks by John Vornholt
- Star Trek: The Next Generation #11: Gulliver’s Fugitives by Keith Sharee
- Star Trek: The Next Generation #15: Fortune’s Light by Michael Jan Friedman
look, i mean, quite aside from the idea that the kirk shirtless scene cancels out the underwear scene (although: nope) or that a cut brindlebee shower scene would’ve done it (although: still nope), could somebody please tell jj abrams that watching a dude ignore a request to avert his eyes in…