Epic Star Trek 50th Anniversary Poster: How Deep is Your Lore? #ArtTuesday
Everything from the original Start Trek series has been painstakingly drawn by Dusty Bell in this epic poster. Can you name every ship, character, artifact, and location? via Slashfilm
In case you haven’t heard, this year marks the 50th anniversary of the debut of Star Trek: The Original Series, the sci-fi television show that paved the way for countless more on the small screen. Over five decades, the sci-fi series has rounded up an impressive assembly of fans, and one of them decided to make an incredible poster featuring over 120 characters, aliens, locations and ships.
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Hmmm…. where are the Tribbles?
Don’t see Commodore Matt Decker.