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For those still doing some late holiday shopping for the geeks in your life, might we suggest, as we’ve done before, The Roddenberry Vault. Uncovered footage, and never before seen clips from half a century ago make for a happy Trekkie come gift giving time.

The box set includes three new documentaries, cutting room floor footage, music, and audio commentary by Dorothy “D.C.” Fontana and Gabrielle Stanton. The clip below features a couple of the world’s foremost experts on Star Trek discussing how Leonard Nimoy was able to find Spock and learn how to play the Vulcan.

D. C. Fontana was a writer on the original Trek series and her inclusion only furthers the legitimacy of this being a ‘must-own’ for fans.

The box set is available now on Amazon for around $50, or roughly one dollar for every year you’ve been trying to Vulcan nerve pinch your siblings.


Images: CBS

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Star Trek: The Roddenberry Vault – Finding Spock

The new Blu-ray box set is a must own for real Trek fans everywhere.

By Brian Kronner | 12/19/2016 11:37 AM PT | Updated 10/2/2017 03:52 PM PT

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For those still doing some late holiday shopping for the geeks in your life, might we suggest, as we’ve done before, The Roddenberry Vault. Uncovered footage, and never before seen clips from half a century ago make for a happy Trekkie come gift giving time.

The box set includes three new documentaries, cutting room floor footage, music, and audio commentary by Dorothy “D.C.” Fontana and Gabrielle Stanton. The clip below features a couple of the world’s foremost experts on Star Trek discussing how Leonard Nimoy was able to find Spock and learn how to play the Vulcan.

D. C. Fontana was a writer on the original Trek series and her inclusion only furthers the legitimacy of this being a ‘must-own’ for fans.

The box set is available now on Amazon for around $50, or roughly one dollar for every year you’ve been trying to Vulcan nerve pinch your siblings.


Images: CBS

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After years spent at various sites, Kronner finally found a home at Geek Magazine in 2012. Now, he mostly just waits for that inevitable "Terriers: Season 2" announcement to come, forever stuck in a delusional haze of optimism. Or whatever the opposite of that is.