Star Trek Enterprise crashing, in gingerbread


#1

Originally published at: http://boingboing.net/2016/12/13/star-trek-enterprise-crashing.html


#2

[nerd pedant]
Actually the drive section of the Enterprise D separated and exploded before the saucer section crashed into the atmosphere.
[/nerd pedant]

This actually looks much more appealing than that movie though.


#3

Also those warp nacelles look more like the Enterprise A than the enterprise D.


#4

True, but I don’t know how one would even attempt the shape of those curvy nacelle struts with gingerbread.


#5

I demand Voyager-style articulated pylons.


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#7

Poor Gingerbredshirt.


#8

L’esprit de l’escalier…


#9

Of course. It was an odd-numbered movie.


#10

Well, Worf may not be impressed, but I am. :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:


#11

Actually, any of the various Enterprise hulls were made from duranium or tritanium alloys, cast rhodinium, or even ferro cement…gingerbread is hardly a suitable substitute for the hull of a star ship.


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#13

I even read that in his voice!


#14

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