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In Addition to This Blog, which is my primary, I also co-run three others. One of them being the top Star Trek blog on Tumblr, Star Trek GIFs. I also founded and serve as editor for the DS9+VGR Confessions blog and co-run one of the only active Terminator blogs on Tumblr. Finally, I'm on staff at the largest fan-run Star Trek site, TrekCore.com, where amongst other things I've helped flood the web with a multitude of rare and behind the scene photos.

I’m not 100% sure it’s the Japanese version (could be another Asian language/script) but… what I find interesting?
Is that the only thing they felt the need to change for the “Star Trek V” poster for that region?
Was to add the funky tri-breasted cat creature woman from the bar on Nimbus III.

Nothing else.  No other changes.  Just add the funky tri-breasted cat creature woman from the bar.
Weird variant poster for Star Trek IV.  You know “the whale movie”?  Apparently it was more common (this poster) in Europe. 
"At the end of the universe lies the beginning of vengeance."
That’s just a bad-ass tagline. 
The Lead (William Shatner), the Director (Nicolas Meyer), and the Executive Producer (Leonard Nimoy) of “Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country”.
It’s rumored that Leonard Nimoy was offered the reigns of the Star Trek franchise as a whole in the wake of this film, coupled with Gene Roddenberry’s death.  He turned such down, if said offer was extended.  I wonder what Trek would have been like with Nimoy at the helm for the next decade instead of Rick Berman?
I think this portrait of Spock from Star Trek VI is one of the single best publicity photos ever shot.  Period.
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Leonard Nimoy and Gene Roddenberry filming “The Cage” circa 1964.
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Leonard Nimoy demonstrates a famous gesture to DeForest Kelley…
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The second of my two 8x10 Kirk & Spock buddy shots.  This one is a little unique, because… this photo does not actually, technically, exist.  I made it, you see.  
How?  Why?
I really wanted a shot of the two of them from “Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan" which is the best of the original series films.  I went to great lengths to try and procure such, tracking down companies that sold old publicity stills from old movies, after having looked all over the internet and in all the books and magazines I had.  The closest I could really come was an iffy shot of them from the scene where they walk down the Academy corridor after the Kobayashi Maru scenario, when Spock gives Kirk his birthday gift.  And I just didn’t like the picture, the angle, the way Spock was in profile while Kirk wasn’t…
So in my searching, I did get a hold of this photo below of Kirk, Spock and McCoy.  Problem was, DeForest Kelley had by this time passed on nearly a decade earlier, and for an autograph hound like myself, having an ‘incomplete’ and impossible to complete photo is just painful.  So I decided to get creative.  And… this was the result.
It’s not too complicated, I basically just outlined Spock and moved him in closer to Kirk and then cropped it differently…

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