11 crazy sci-fi Bohemian Rhapsody parodies

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Dec 14, 2012, 4:09 PM EST

We got a kick out of watching The Muppets sing Bohemian Rhapsody again and again as much as anybody, but after a while we needed something a bit more ... well ... sci-fi. Luckily, there are enough video artists mashing up Queen with Star Trek, Star Wars, Lost and much more to keep us headbanging all day.

Check out 11 of the wildest below.


When the final episode of Lost airs next year, we'd better not learn that "nothing really matters."

Star Trek

"Look up to the skies and see"—all four TV Treks rolled into one.

He-Man and the Masters of the Universe

"Is this just fantasy?" If you hear Skeletor start to sing—you bet it is!


Sang the Klingons to the redshirts, "We will not let you go!"


If you find yourself in the middle of a mashup of clips from Elder Scrolls, Fallout 3, Little Big Planet and other games, you can't win unless you "just killed a man."

Star Wars

When Luke Skywalker sings "I'm just a poor boy," you believe him—even if he's just a LEGO.


Freddie Mercury might not have needed "no sympathy"—but Stanley Tweedle sure did.

Star Trek: The Animated Series

If anyone was "easy come, easy go," it was Capt. Kirk as played by William Shatner ... even as a cartoon.


Sometimes when you "look up to the skies," all you can see is a mushroom cloud.

Grade-Z sci-fi flicks

Those old sci-fi flicks were "very, very frightening" even before getting mashed up to a Queen tune.


If anybody was "just a poor boy from a poor family," it was Peter Parker—until that radioactive spider, that is.