To boldly go where no domainer has gone before!

I admit it, I am a Star Trek fan. I discovered the series in the late 70’s, long after Space 1999 and right after the success of Star Wars. I’d rush home from school and I’d turn on the TV to watch – in glorious black and white – the adventures of Starship Enterprise and its brave crew.

What set Star Trek apart from the other sci-fi shows, was the depth of its characters. Each and every member of the Enterprise’s multi-cultural crew, which included men and women, humans and aliens, black, white and Asian – maintained their own important role in every episode.

There would be no complete show without captain Kirk’s boldness and tongue-in-cheek humor, Spock’s ultra-logical genius, the seriousness of Dr. Leonard “Bones” or the agonizing dedication of Uhura, Sulu and Scotty. And at a time that the Cold War was at its peak between the US and USSR, Chekov served as a hint to the TV viewers that the Russians might not be evil after all.

Without further ado, “Friday Funnies” brings you Star Trek – the Domainers’ version. Click on the image to view at full size.

Live long, and register.



  1. Ooooh…you….did…not…


    I’m rolling, I’m rolling

  2. LOL! Great way to greet the weekend!

  3. Is anyone else going to watch the Star Trek movie? ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. Amazing PP Work.
    well done ๐Ÿ˜‰


  5. Excellent idea and prefectly done. I am still laughing.

  6. the Enterpriseโ€™s multi-cultural crew is not reflected in the Domainers Trek image

    wonder why?

    nice blog theo!

  7. barefoot says

    The seriousness of Dr. Leonard?? His last name was McCoy and he was far from serious.

    “Dammit Jim…. I’m a DOMAINER, not a doctor!”

  8. Elementary, my dear Watson ๐Ÿ˜€ Dr. Leonard “Bones” McCoy had a serious face on, thanks much to the wrinkled, expressive features of actor DeForest Kelley. His humor was pretty much “tongue-in-cheek”.

  9. barefoot says

    Wasn’t Dee Kelley great? Like you, I’ve been a fan of the show since the 70’s. Gotta love McCoy’s rants about the transporter “scattering a man’s atoms all over the universe” or his frustration with Spock’s relentless logic.

    How about his frequent reminders that he’s a doctor, not a __________ (insert alternate occupation here).

    He’s dead, Jim.

  10. Great work! Very funny pic ๐Ÿ™‚ But also very informative one ๐Ÿ™‚

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