Stay on target Enter BBC’s ‘Doctor Who’ Fan Art CompetitionMCU News: Phase 4 Poster, Spider-Man Theories & More Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. With a new Star Trek series on the airwaves, it’s time to look back and realize that Gene Roddenberry’s landmark TV show helped lay the foundation for fandom as we know it, in all its beautiful weirdness. Because the show went off the air in its prime, the fans who were left behind had to create their own adventures. And, yes, those adventures got weird as hell. Trekkies seized on subtext to create “slash,” casting characters in same-sex relationships and spawning a whole world of fic.Because the adventures of the Enterprise were so open-ended, featuring alternate universes, way-out aliens and tons of interpersonal drama, it was fertile ground for fan artists and writers to create just about any tale they wanted. That fandom helped lay the groundwork for many to follow, and it’s safe to say that geek culture wouldn’t be the same without it.Here’s a warning: if you think drawings of Kirk kissing Spock are over the line, you might not want to check out this fan art. We’re boldly going where only the most devoted fetishist has gone before, pulling out fan art that pushes the envelope of both horniness and ineptitude. Every major Trek franchise will be represented here, so if you have a favorite character expect to see them brutally despoiled by the perverted pens responsible for the worst and weirdest Star Trek fan art.AdChoices广告View as: One Page Slides1. Janeway FacehuggerThe idea of the Star Trek universe encompassing other science fictional ones is a pretty compelling one, but we doubt the Trek/Aliens crossover would get quite so fetishy. You never know, though – Quentin Tarantino could offer to direct it.2. Vulcan SpankingIt’s not out of the ordinary to think of Spock as the disciplinarian of the original Enterprise, laying down the Vulcan ass nerve slap to Scotty or the other crew members when they mess up their jobs. He’s kind of the original daddy dom.3. Spock Body PillowI suppose it was inevitable, but there are just so many people horny for Spock right now. This image is suitable for printing on a Japanese-style body pillow or “dakimakura” and cuddling up to on those long, lonely Starfleet nights.4. My Tiny SlaveThere’s a lot going on in this image, from the animated series Kirk interacting with the live-action Spock to the terrifyingly huge feet. There actually isn’t as much Trek foot fetish stuff out there as I thought there would be.5. Riker Pony StudyBy the Many Worlds theory that contends there are an infinite number of parallel universes, there would have to be an infinite number in which the crew of the Enterprise are ponies. Big ups for the “#1” cutie mark. That’s attention to detail.6. Teleportation SuccessThe fetishization of Seven of Nine was a big reason for Voyager’s success, as sad as it may seem. It was the 1990s, it was on UPN, we had to make compromises to keep things going. I don’t remember any episodes where Janeway got transported into her Borg abdominal cavity though.7. Keller Is Still In ThereKind of freaked out by this neo-Cubist interpretation of the Next Generation episode “Violations,” in which a psychic alien makes Riker relive the agony of sacrificing a crewmember’s life in a warp core accident to save the ship. Like, I get it, it was emotional, but this is hard to look at.8. Klingon Lady Self-PortraitUsing your own reflection as an artist’s model is a technique as old as time, but there’s something a little unsettling about then taking that pose and transforming yourself into a nude Klingon woman. I’m not trying to judge anybody here, though.9. Gary Mitchell AttacksThe antagonist of the second pilot of the original series, Gary Mitchell was the helmsman of the Enterprise when the ship encountered a mysterious power that gave him godlike psychic abilities. Naturally, it all ended with a battle on a rocky planet’s surface that Kirk won with a well-placed phaser shot, but the character obviously affected this artist… deeply.10. Spock In Diapers On The Yellow Brick RoadWhen I do these fan art round ups, I eventually get to a point where I can’t say anything else about a picture beyond the title. I mean, seriously: “Spock In Diapers On The Yellow Brick Road.” That’s exactly what it is. That’s what we’re looking at.11. Kitty SpockWe’ve seen more than our share of furry art around the Geek headquarters, but this one caught our attention because of the weird half-assedness at play. Apparently the feline Spock has a cat nail and nothing else and gets harangued by the rest of the crew for no reason.12. A Major InconvenienceI can’t help but wonder how many fetishes were launched by episodes of Star Trek? As far as I know, the show hasn’t ever dealt with inflation sex, which is probably for the best, but there’s gotta be some alien race out there who gets off on living balloons.13. EnterprisesAhh, the Enterprise. One of the most iconic and graceful ship designs in all of science fiction, a streamlined and elegant vehicle suited to take humanity out into the unknown. It’s truly never looked better than in this illustration.14. Yoshi Of BorgMario is a plucky plumber who can take on all manner of foes with just a pair of thick-soled shoes and a mustache, but if the Borg came to the Mushroom Kingdom he might have some trouble. Anything’s possible, right?15. I Love Your Ridges, GarakIf you can name a Star Trek alien species, you can find someone who’s horny for it. Here’s a self-portrait of a young lady who gets her juices flowing thinking about the neck and head ridges of the Cardassians, most notably Deep Space 9’s Elim Garak.16. Kirk, Spock And BonesAhh, the original trio of male leads from Star Trek’s first series. They’ve never looked better!17. Buddha WorfI’m starting to get the feeling that these people don’t actually know anything about Star Trek. Or drawing.