This year has brought us the latest Star Trek movie, Star Trek Beyond, and feeling a rush of inspiration we thought we’d take a look back at the women of the past series and see where they are now.
Some were really surprising, like finding out Kate Mulgrew (Captain Janeway) is now in Orange is the New Black, or hearing that Nichelle Nichols (Uhura) and Terry Farrell (Jadzia Dax) have teamed up together and are both in the upcoming series Renegades. We don’t want to spoil too much so check out our new infographic.
So just who is Dr. Stephen Strange and what is he all about? What powers does he possess and what makes him so different to the other MCU superheroes we’ve seen on the big screen? We at Costume Collection hear you, and here’s an infographic to get you acquainted with this neurosurgeon-turned-sorcerer before the movie releases on November 4.
We are literally on the brink of Star Wars Episode 7. While you’re waiting impatiently like the rest of us for release day, this might be a good time for you to brush up on your Star War trivia. Today, we’re going to look at lightsaber colours and their meanings.
If you’ve been following all the Star Wars movies, you would have noticed by now that there are many different lightsaber colours – especially evident in the Battle of Geonosis (Episode 2): Petranaki arena. The part where all the Jedi are trapped and have to fight their way out – lightsabers blazing.
That totally epic scene featured more than just the standard blue, green and red lightsabers. There is a myriad of lightsaber blade colours in the Star Wars galaxy, but do you know what the different colours mean?
If you do, you’re a hardcore SW fan – and we salute you! But if you don’t, here’s a useful graphic that explains what the main colours are and their affiliations.
Technology and science has advanced such a long way that as of 2015, we finally have a working hoverboard (kind of). Given more time and resources, it is possible that a fully-functional hoverboard will be available to the public within the next couple of decades.