While I like to do later editions to different posts during the holiday season, I also like to do posts of something new. For this year, I plan to do certain themed Christmas stuff sort of like a Merry Geekmas if you will. Last year, I did a Star Wars Christmas post since they had a new movie coming out called Star Wars: The Force Awakens. And I didn’t want to put that idea to waste. After all, I already did my other Star Wars posts in November which I called Nerdvember since I also did Hunger Games stuff, too. So this year, I decided to do Christmas with other large geek franchises but I will start with one of the oldest and biggest sci-fi fanbases of all time: Star Trek. After all, they had a new movie come out in July which I watched in theaters by the way for my dad’s birthday as well as just celebrated their 50th anniversary in September. Besides, my family and I just got done with watching Deep Space Nine on Netflix which is a must see. So if you want to Trek the Halls, this post may come in handy for you. So for your reading pleasure, I give you some things that will help you have a merry Trekmas in your little part of the galaxy.
- You can’t go out in the Alpha Quadrant this holiday season without a blue Christmas sweater of the Enterprise.
As you can see, wear this if you want to make it snow. Contains the Enterprise and Starfleet insignia.
2. Even on Christmas, it’s best not to wear a red shirt in Starfleet.
Because if you watched the original series, you should know what happens to Starfleet personnel wearing red who get beamed down to the planet. And no, I’m not including Scotty or Uhura.
3. As Captain Kirk said, one of the best advantages to being a Starfleet captain is having to ask for advice without being obliged to take it.
Of course, he doesn’t seem to take advice about abstaining from sex with alien women once in awhile. Seriously, Jim, I have no idea why he doesn’t get any interplanetary STDs. Guess Dr. McCoy must have a great medicine cabinet replicator.
4. Top your Christmas tree this year with a star of the Enterprise.
Because there’s no ship that’s as iconic as this. Despite how much crap it goes through on a regular basis.
5. May you live long and prosper this holiday season.
After all, it’s the most logical thing to say to your friends and family during the Christmas season. And Mr. Spock ought to know.
6. Seems like Mr. Spock has received a very special Christmas present.
And what do you know, a box of tribbles. Yes, the Enterprise is in for a crazy Christmas season with these furry pests that breed faster than rabbits.
7. Merry Christmas by a Borg assimilated Captain Jean Luc Picard.
Sure he looks pretty cute in that Santa hat. But come on, Picard wasn’t himself while he was assimilated. And he inadvertently caused Mrs. Sisko’s death in the process.
8. Grace your Christmas tree with a Hallmark Keepsake ornament commemorating “Devil in the Dark.”
Because nothing says Christmas by having to deal with the Horta creature that killed 50 miners on Janus VI. Spock must have his work cut out for him.
9. Nothing says “Trek the Halls” on Christmas like this red shirt.
This one has Spock on it in a Santa hat. Not sure if Spock would find it highly illogical.
10. No Trekkie girl should ever celebrate Christmas without wearing these earrings.
This pair consists of red green Starfleet insignia. Great for a December Star Trek convention in your hometown.
11. On this box, Spock finds himself in a winter wonderland.
Yet, he’s standing up from a chair. Must be in an Enterprise holosuite if you ask me.
12. On the Enterprise, Captain Kirk decorates his own Christmas tree.
We see him here decking his tree with silver trees. Of course, he tends to make a mess.
13. If you liked Star Trek: TNG, you’ll love these holiday gingerbread cookies.
Has all the main characters from the cast. Of course, you couldn’t care less about half of them.
14. Celebrate the holiday season with this Star Trek nativity scene.
This one has a lot of the stuff that pays tribute to Star Trek. Even features the Enterprise as well as Evil Kirk and Spock.
15. Of course, when Kirk and Spock contact reindeer, they set phasers to stun.
Hey, at least they didn’t come into contact with Santa Claus. Because that would’ve been bad.
16. You can’t say “Merry Trekmas” without felt Starfleet shirt ornaments.
Consists of gold, blue, and yellow. Guess which one means an early death. Yes, it’s the red one.
17. This Star Trek Christmas tree is everything a Trekkie could want.
This one has a topper of Starfleet insigina. And I guess its ornaments are the planets they visit.
18. You can never find a such a festive Starfleet approved Christmas sweater than these.
Yes, I know these are quite hideous. But that’s the thing with ugly Christmas sweaters. Otherwise, it wouldn’t be logical.
19. This Next Generation wreath will keep your Christmas fully engaged.
This one has Star Trek action figures as well as spacecraft. It even has a gold star in the middle.
20. Nobody is ever safe this Christmas from the dreaded Wreath of Khan.
After all, you just can’t have a Star Trek Christmas without it. But we have to admit that Khan is a very bad guy. Still, this is funny.
21. Apparently, Mr. Spock doesn’t understand Christmas trees or Christmas carols.
Yes, Mr. Spock, I know such celebrations are highly illogical to you. But that’s what humans have done for Christmas since like the mid-1800s. In Germany, it was earlier.
22. Make it a winter wonderland with these Star Trek snowflakes.
This one has Star Trek insignia for each sector on the ship. Have to love the designs here.
23. If you love Trekmas, you have to get a load of the Enterprise in lights.
Now this had to be made by someone with way too much time on their hands. Seriously, this is just highly illogical to me.
24. How about a Christmas sweater with Captain Kirk, Spock, and Dr. McCoy?
Even better is how they’re all wearing Santa hats to get in the Christmas spirit. But it’s a must have for any Trekkie.
25. Be engaged this Christmas with this gingerbread Enterprise.
What baffles me about this work is how they got the Enterprise to stand like that. Still, like how they use a candy cane beam. This is great.
26. A Christmas wreath like this will sure make an impression in the Alpha Quadrant.
This one combines all of the Star Trek series. And yes, this one does contain the Vulcan hand sign. Even has tribbles in the middle.
27. Wish your friends and family “Merry Trekmas” with this holiday card.
This one even has Starfleet insignia of Christmas tree decorated with ornaments. Love it.
28. As a Klingon would say, today is a good day to die.
Not sure if it’s something I’d want on a Christmas tree. But it’s in the Klingon spirit of things.
29. Odo always investigates Quark.
Let’s hope Odo doesn’t see what Quark gave him for Christmas. Also, why don’t they have a lot of DS9 Christmas stuff out there? I mean it was a great series for God’s sake.
30. Of course, you’ll find a lot of tribbles in this Star Trek ornament.
After all, tribbles must be easy creatures to make. Yet, though they may be cute puff balls, they can become a nightmare, especially to Klingnons.
31. As Captain Picard would say this holiday season, “Make it snow.”
And believe me, there are a lot of Christmas cards that have him say this. This is the one I liked the best.
32. Klingnon women hurl heavy objects, Klingon men read poetry and duck a lot.
And yes, Klingon women can be just as fierce as the men. Worf would know that better than anyone.
33. Mr. Spock wishes you live long and prosper this Christmas.
Yes, I know I included it on a Christmas sweater already. But I couldn’t resist putting this card on the post.
34. Seems like Santa has come to help the Enterprise this season.
And this one shows that Santa’s reindeer might be distinct lifeforms altogether. Wonder what happened to the Enterprise to get in this situation.
35. Relive your favorite Kirk and Spock memories with this Christmas sweater vest.
Has ornaments of Kirk, Spock, and the Enterprise on a Christmas tree. Hope it helps the wearer to live long and prosper.
36. For Spock Christmas is always live long and presents.
After all, Christmas is a time for presents, logically speaking. Still, this one is quite cute.
37. Now you can have an ugly Christmas sweater of the Enterprise in 3 different colors.
Available in red, green, and white. The white one has a red and green design. Still, you know what happens if you get the red one.
38. This Christmas Captain Picard consults the Captain’s Yule Log.
And it seems like his yule log is a Hostess Ho Ho. Okay, let the Captain have his treat, shall we?
39. Wish your loved one a “Merry Trekmas” with these cards.
Consists of a Klingon Christmas tree, Santa hat Starfleet insignia, and a Starlfeet insignia pulled by reindeer. A very Trekkie way to wish your loved ones well.
40. Nothing makes your Trekmas tree complete like a Star Trek tree skirt.
This one has all the spacecraft and insignia related to the shows. For a Trekkie to resist this one is futile.
41. These TNG insignia baubles come glittering on your tree.
Come in 4 different types as you see here. Consists of gold, blue, teal, and red.
42. As this ugly Christmas sweater says, “Trek yourself before you wreck yourself!”
This one even features Spock with a Santa hat. Like silver tinsel trimmings, too.
43. Santa receives a letter and present from Captain James T. Kirk of the Enterprise.
Unfortunately, Santa received a ton of tribbles and a request not to send the Enterpise any. And you can’t argue with Jim on this one. But poor Santa.
44. Fans of Worf will surely appreciate this Christmas sweater.
Sure it may say “Merry Christmas” in Klingon. But Worf is not a merry man.
45. Send your loved ones these Star Trek cards this Christmas to Trek the halls.
This set is from the original series. Like the one depicting Dr. McCoy as Santa. Since he makes one grumpy St. Nick.
46. Grace your Christmas tree this year with this Borg cube ornament.
Because nothing says Christmas like a cube that’s home to a race that assimilates people into their ranks and tries to destroy everything. Seriously, the Borg are among the most vile Star Trek bad guys for a reason.
47. Those who wish to celebrate Khristmas as the original Klingons did may enjoy this book.
This is a parody of how Klingons celebrate Christmas. And yes, it includes bad kids receiving tribbles from Santa instead of coal.
48. “O, Trekkie tree, O, Trekkie tree…”
Yes, this is the ultimate Trekkie Christmas tree for any fan. Even has a star of the Enterprise on top.
49. Nothing makes Trekmas memorable like these Starfleet raven ornaments.
I know this is a highly illogical Star Trek Christmas decoration. No, I don’t see the meaning behind these either.
50. Make Trekmas yours by hanging a stocking of the Enterprise.
Yes, they actually have this. Hope you can get gifts like Klingon weapons or a book of Vulcan mind tricks.
51. As we all know, Santa always tries to merrily go where no man has gone before.
Here’s Santa wearing outfits that correspond with a Star Trek series. The last one is Santa DS9.
52. The red shirt gingerbread man always gets eaten first.
Because we all know the drill on the original series. Gold shirt, blue shirt. red shirt, dead shirt.
53. Looks like Captain Kirk got a very special Christmas present.
And what do you know? A new captain’s shirt. At any rate, he surely needed it. Since a lot of his get ripped apart all the time.
54. Merry Christmas from Kirk, Spock, and Snow Bones.
This is a clay sculpture. There’s Kirk as Santa and Spock as an elf. But to make Dr. McCoy a snowman? Jesus.
55. Always wish happy holidays from Star Trek with this keepsake box.
This has the Enterprise as well as a bauble as a planet. The bauble is also seen in different colors like the planet that’s usually featured.
56. Once again, it’s fair to say that red shirt gingerbread cookies don’t have a happy holidays.
This one has a leg off to its dismay. Yeah, red shirts on Star Trek don’t come to a good end.
57. Have a Merry Trekmas courtesy of Starfleet.
This one has a green Starfleet insignia with a candy cane border. Hope it’s minty fresh.
58. We should also understand that red shirt snowmen don’t fare so well either.
The red snowman is already melting by this point. Perhaps because it was neutralized by a heat laser.
59. Merry Christmas from the United Federation of Planets and Starfleet Academy.
After all, though the United Federation of Planets and Starfleet Academy tries to respect the traditions of all planets, they usually let everyone have Christmas break off. Because, well, humans.
60. Remember, Starfleet officers, use the stocking that goes with your uniform.
If the original series was a guide, my guess is you wouldn’t want the red one. Though it’s the most Christmasy out of the 3.
61. Not to fear for TNG Christmas cards are here.
Once again, there’s one for each character. Nevertheless, I’m kind of disappointed that they didn’t include one of Miles O’Brien or anyone else from DS9 sans Worf.
62. Nothing makes a Star Trek Christmas like this set of lights.
These have Starfleet insignia on the front and Kirk or Spock’s face on the back. A must have for any Starfleet captain or science officer.
63. As a Christmas tree topper, angel Spock is a most logical choice.
However, it’s all nice until you think about how Spock died of radiation poisoning in The Wrath of Khan. Then it’s kind of disturbing.
64. Fans of the original Star Trek will enjoy this disc light set for their tree.
Features Kirk, Spock, Uhura, McCoy, and Sulu. But a must have for any Trekkie.
65. Celebrate Christmas the logical way with this Spock hat.
Note that it’s blue with pointy ears since Spock is a Vulcan science officer. Still, a great Trek twist of the season.
66. This Christmas tree features Starfleet’s finest.
This one features Hallmark keepsake ornaments of your favorite Star Trek characters. Also, includes the ships.
67. Keep warm this holiday season in the galaxy with these ugly Star Trek leggings.
It’s sure to match with any Star Trek ugly Christmas sweater. Great for withstanding the cold in the vastness of space.
68. Nobody could ever escape the Wreath of Khan.
Yes, I put up a wreath of Khan before. But this one is in Christmas card form, which I couldn’t resist.
69. The Enterprise Project wishes you Seasons’ Greetings to boldly go into a new year.
Well, this is a real Christmas card from the Enterprise Project. I’m not sure what it is exactly.
70. Merry Christmas from Captain Kirk and Mr. Spock.
Okay, this is kind of disturbing and may push the envelope. And it’s not because Kirk’s Santa and has his chest bared for all to see.
71. Not sure if this Christmas can relieve Kirk of all his tribbles.
I have to admit, this is a great ornament. Love the look on Kirk’s face when surrounded by these little fur balls.
72. The Worfs would like to wish you a Merry Christmas.
Tragically, the Worfs’ domestic happiness wasn’t destined to last long. Because K’Ehleyr would later die and his son would later be sent away to his family on Earth. Their relationship hasn’t been the greatest. Sure he later marries Jadzia Dax but she dies, too.
73. Now you can have your own wreath of Khan on your Christmas tree.
I can go on with this wreath of Khan stuff all day. After all, that phrase is just in the Trek spirit of the season.
74. Unfortunately, Santa Claus wouldn’t last long in the the original series.
For unless you’re Scotty, there’s a chance you probably won’t last long. Santa learned the hard way.
75. These wooden Star Trek ornaments will be a welcome addition to your tree.
Each of these feature stuff pertaining to Star Trek like the Enterprise and the Vulcan hand sing. Made by someone with possibly too much time on their hands.
76. Now you can hang your Starfleet approved stocking near the fireplace.
This one has Starfleet insignia on it. Yet, it’s possible Star Trek crews hang their stockings above the fireplace in holosuites.
77. Fans of the newer Star Trek movies will want these ornaments for their tree.
These are kind of weird looking if you ask me. I mean each of them has a head that’s bigger than their bodies. Don’t ask me why they exist.
78. Fans of Deep Space Nine might enjoy these Hallmark Keepsake ornaments.
Yes, they have an ornament of DS9. Kind of wish they had more of the characters besides Worf and Sisko. Besides, Quark would see Christmas as a great opportunity for profit.
79. When far and wide this Christmas, this communicator ornament comes in handy.
Okay, it probably doesn’t work. But they’re so iconic that I couldn’t do a Star Trek Christmas post without featuring it.
80. Dr. McCoy thinks Spock is out of his Vulcan mind.
To be fair, McCoy and Spock may clash from time to time. But they actually do care about each other. This is great though.
81. Fans of the original series just have to put a green girl ornament on their tree.
For nothing keeps the spirit of the season like a seductive green girl Kirk can’t resist. This is more so in the reboot movies.
82. Worf knows that only fools have no fear.
After all, fear is sometimes a rational response to danger. Those without it are those to avoid. Worf knows this.
83. Garak is only a plain and simple tailor on DS9.
Once you get to know Garak you realize he’s not so plain and not so simple. He’s also quite morally ambiguous but friendly.
84. Guess anyone would want a stocking like this aboard the Enterprise.
This one features Picard as Santa and LaForge with reindeer antlers. Guess they had a Christmas party before someone attacked them.
85. According to the Borg, you will be assimilated.
Just what I’d like to put on a Christmas tree. Nothing says Christmas like being assumed into an evil android race.
86. Bones always knows when a man is dead.
This is especially the case with red shirts. And explains why this ornament pillow is red.
87. Odo sometimes oozes around the room.
I know what you’re thinking. But please, understand that Odo’s as shapeshifter who sometimes had to sleep in a bucket early on DS9.
88. If you like Star Trek, then you’ll just love these engraved glass ornaments.
As we all know glass is delicate. But still includes critical Star Trek insignia along with the Enterprise.
89. Celebrate Star Trek’s 5oth anniversary this Christmas with this golden Enterprise ornament.
Yes, 2016 is Star Trek’s golden anniversary year. But even this defies Spock’s Vulcan logic.
90. Spock always relies on logic to solve problems.
Well, he always tries to eliminate the impossible to get to the truth. Sometimes that’s logic for you, especially in murder mysteries.
91. With this Christmas sweater, you can give everyone a Vulcan hand sign.
Sure it may say, “Live long and prosper.” And it’s possible your relatives may not get it. But it happens.
92. As we all know, Captain always anticipates winter weather this holiday season.
As we all know, it is he who usually says, “Make it snow.” And here he is holding a snowflake.
93. A Spock stocking is usually a logical place for Santa to put presents.
Yes, they have these, too, with Spock’s famous catchphrase. I mean he’s a very popular character which is fascinating.
94. Having a Spock tree topper star always makes logical sense.
This is especially the case when it comes to honoring the late Leonard Nimoy. He’s surely missed.
95. This green Trekkie Christmas sweater is coming in at warp drive.
There’s also a red one and a light green one, too. But I decided not to use the former for obvious reasons.
96. This Starfleet ornament will help you Trek the halls with boughs of holly.
Speaking of holly, this even includes boughs of holly. Yet, the logo is in red and green in the spirit of the holidays.
97. Keep cozy this Christmas with these Star Trek holiday sweaters.
Because you always need to keep warm when in the coldness of space. This is so even with the best galactic heating systems.
98. Even Captain Kirk has his ugly Christmas sweater.
After all, he is the captain of the Enterprise in the original series. So that has to count for something.
99. A Picard holiday sweater will always make it snow.
For he’s a very avid fan of winter. Even though he’ll have to experience snow at some winter planet or a holosuite.
100. There’s nothing in the Trekmas season like a green ugly sweater like this one.
This includes the Enterprise, Starfleet insignia, a Christmas tree, snowflakes, and a row of red shirts. A great sweater for Trekkies everywhere.