God only knows why I started up with this cartoon series… There is something inherently interesting in the idea of Trekkies crossing over with their preconceived ideas of an afterlife. It is easy to capitalize on the inherent humor of a fans of a TV show that was cancelled long before some of them were born.

The Star Trek franchise is one of those phenomenons that defies Vulcan logic. Some how it went “viral” without YouTube assistance. I remember back in the early 70s having to play “Star Trek” with the neighborhood kids. Since I never watched it back in the day, I had no idea what character I was supposed to be impersonating… probably a Klingon. I wasn’t that fond of hanging out with humans at the time anyway.

What truly fascinates me, is the the connection between comics and the Trek. It must be the fantasy aspect of discovering new universes, or the humor aspect of William Shatner being a sex symbol… (Sorry Bill). Perhaps, because of this connection, I embrace my Trekkie nature. I have no right to be a Trekkie, as I only know a few sporadic quotes, and have yet to watch more than two episodes of the original show. What I lack in knowledge, I make up for in humor.


And so, you can enjoy some paranormal Trekkage.

Eat Cookies, Hunt Romulans!