While his father, Sarek was a high-ranking native of the planet Vulcan, their Ambassador to the United Federation of Planets, his mother was a human woman named Amanda Grayson.
Yes, the hand gesture made famous by Spock, used as a greeting much like humans would shake hands, and also whenever Spock said, "Live long and prosper," or, "Have you seen my little Spock?" was a creation of Leonard Nimoy, who played Spock in the original Star Trek series and films.
When Gene Roddenberry pitched the idea for Star Trek to the television studio NBC, he pitched Spock as a Half-Martian with a reddish complexion and pointy ears.
William Shatner and Zachary Quinto had to use props like Glue and wires to attach their fingers.
In 1996, Marvel Comics produced a one-off crossover book called Star Trek/X-Men, written by Scott Lobdell. In it, Kirk, Spock and the crew of the Enterprise are cruising through the galaxy when they spot another ship being destroyed by a rift in space. That destroyed ship just happened to be carrying seven members of the X-Men, who had secretly transported themselves onto the Enterprise just before the destruction. Of course, at first, the Enterprise crew didn’t know they were dealing with good guys. Spock sensed the stowaways and when he came upon the hyper-violent Wolverine, the non-violent Vulcan slapped him with a nerve pinch, briefly putting Logan on the sidelines.
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