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Welcome to StarShips.com, your number one source for all things Sci-fi. We’re dedicated to giving you the very best of sci-fi news, with a focus on movies, shows, toys, and fun.


We will be your guide to everything that Science fiction is, or did inspire. Coving a wide range of topics, from SF movies, games, cosplay, toys and the hottest news about your favorite SF franchise look no further than this site.
One had hoped that the nerd culture going mainstream would be a wonderful thing to everyone. But as in everything else, when money talks people forget who they are and what they truly love. There are many of those who look to capitalize on our mutual love of everything that is nerdy; but we aren’t like that. We are passionate people, thought and though. We love all of this, ever since day one. And we promise that we will treat your time and trust fairly.

As the name of the site implies, we will jet you into the stratosphere of everything Sci-fi and nerdy.

Sci-Fi books have been one part of the nerd revolution that has been sadly overlooked. So join us in doing where few have gone before and going through various novels in the Star Wars and Star Trek expanded universes. We are also hopeful to introduce to you some of our favorites and all-time classics, such as The Hitchhikers Guide to the Universe by Douglas Adams, or other works by Robert Heinlein, Ursula K Le Guin, Neal Stephenson, Arthur C Clarke, HG Wells, Philip K Dick and many, many more.

Join us in discussing some of the best films ever made. From the marvelous first Star Wars trilogy to the maybe, and just maybe, painstaking torture of the second trilogy and the last few star wars movies that have been made. Hopefully, we will also cover some older Star Trek movies, so we can finally settle the argument who’s KHAN!!! was better, the original Kirk’s or the new Spock’s? Or the great debate, just which Star Wars movie should be watched first in your order of rewatching one of the greatest movie series ever made. Finally to close out our movie covering we will also try to rewatch some of the great Sci-Fi movie classics, like Kubrick’s 2001, Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner, The Alien franchises and its many hits and few misses, and we might even have time for some of the weirdest and most crazy dystopias such as Brazil by Terry Gilliam and the 12 Monkeys.

We love our toys here at StarShips.com especially LEGO’s. We will bring your our honest and fair review of all things Star Wars and Lego that we can find. Like the newest edition of the Lego Millenium Falcon or the Lego Darth Vader mask. And of course, we would be able to do a site like this without TIE fighter reviews, now wouldn’t we.


We will also give attention to all the wonderful people just love sci-fi cosplay. Don’t worry, we won’t fall for the usual, click-bait DD cup cleavage cosplayers. We are interested in real people, who love to recreate and stage as some of the favorite Sci-Fi characters. Not every cosplay post should be Princess Leia in a golden bikini that’s too darn tight for her to breath in damn it.


With the tidal wave of news and new streaming services that are about to arrive in the next few months and years, you will not be able to catch up everything that is out there. This is where we come in. We will be your guide to the top of the line Star Wars and sci-fi news and tv shows that are available on some of the many, and ever-growing list of streaming services. It’s not just Netflix anymore, there’s Disney plus ready to take the throne from it.

So join us on an adventure, which one you might ask? How about…. a steampunk one.

Eliade was chinking away on his metal starship. The many screws, bolts were on the ship’s outside. Inside, the coal engine, which he borrowed from the last operational train his late father Thomas ever build was working up the steam. Just a bit more, he said and I can finally leave this Godforsaken piece of rock. He looked around. Everywhere he looked all he saw was brown and gray. There was a lot of dust in the air, and he had to wipe his gaggles clean every once in a while. It has been 3 years since he last saw a living soul. The food rations that he Visitors left him have finally started to run out, as was his time. He had to finish the ship and rejoin them for his education.


The Visitors were watching him, and his father very closely for many years. Naturally, they didn’t intervene in their lives. At least that’s what they planned on. Along with their scouting mission, they noticed the bright mind of young Eliade. Always full of questions, his unending curiosity and love for the world around him have given the Visitors some hope that they finally found a person who could guide this world into their welcoming fold.
Yes, they concluded, if we nurture this young man, he could lead his world into endless prosperity by becoming part of the Altizer union of planets.

But, Friede, the dark mantled outlaw killed the father of young Eliade. That is when the VIsitors intervene, and save young Eliade, giving him a mission to complete a spaceship that could reach the atmosphere of his planet and come into orbit with their mothership. The task was before him, and today was the day, he will finally find out if he, Eliade, son of Thomas Price, is really destined for great, outwardly things.

He went inside his rocket, modeled after the Nautilus submarine he used as an inspiration, with a big glass opening in front. He set on his seat and looked around. Everything here is made by my small hands. He took a deep breath, put his gaggle back on and started the lift-off procedure.

Founded in 2019 by Brad, Starships.com has come a long way from its beginnings in empty cyber space. When Brad first started out, his passion for sci-fi drove him to intense research, draw, write, solve, commitment to action, and gave him the impetus to turn hard work and inspiration into to a booming online web presence. We now serve people all over the world, and are thrilled to be a part of the quirky, wing of the sci-fi industry.

If you have any questions or comments, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Sincerely,
Name, Brad