Unsurprisingly, Spock remains a popular topic for Star Trek fans on Twitter
This week, it wasn’t easy to narrow down the top five as there were so many more tweets that I wanted to share, but I didn’t want to make this post too long. We’ve all got lives to lead, after all! The art this week, though, was amazing, and it’s wonderful to see so many fans keeping the first Star Trek Vulcan in the spotlight and in their hearts. We’ll always remember Leonard Nimoy’s portrayal of this character even as we acknowledge those who have taken over the role.
@1Trekfan makes us all jealous by sharing the models of the Enterprise and a Klingon Battle Cruiser from 1966 and 1968 and a Spock model. These are real pieces of history.
@OGcinematichris reminds of Spock’s words of wisdom that we should never forget. Thanks for sharing!
@geldoonsback shared a graphite drawing of Spock/Leonard Nimoy, and the detail is stunning. Sure does make me wish I could draw like this!
We get to see a gorgeous piece of art from @winter_of_her. Though it’s a work in progress, it looks ready to be framed as is! I’m looking forward to seeing the depictions of Spock’s parents!
@MichaelFroemel shared tremendously beautiful art from Jen Collins that depicts Spock in various stages of his life. I remain in awe of the fans that have so much talent!
Again, there were so many more #Spock tweets to see this week that narrowing down the list was hard. I’m sure if you check out the tweets yourself, you might disagree with me about the top five. These are just the ones that spoke to me. That’s all for this week, but, as usual, I’ll be back to share more tweets from some of our favorite characters and series next week. Until then, live long and prosper.