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Writer(s): Christopher S. Claremont
Artist(s): Adam T. Hughes and Karl C. Story
Publisher: DC Comics
Editor(s): Robert Greenberger
Series: DC TOS volume 2
Published: July 1992 (hardcover)
December 1992 (paperback)
Pages: 96
Stardate: 8719.3 (2286)
Reference(s): ISBN 1563890232 (hardcover)
ISBN 1563890313 (paperback)
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Graphic novel describing Kirk's experience with numerous incursions into our dimension by monstrous intruders.

Summary

From the book jacket
Captain Kirk and the crew of the USS Enterprise find themselves teamed with the Klingons and Romulans to fight a the galactic threat that no government dares admit exists...
A stunning 96-page adventure, celebrating Star Trek's ongoing legacy by the top talents in the comics business today.

Excerpts of copyrighted sources are included for review purposes only, without any intention of infringement.

Background Information

Creators

Characters

James T. Kirk 
Enterprise-A captain.
Spock 
Vulcan Starfleet captain serving as Enterprise-A executive officer and science officer.
Leonard McCoy 
Enterprise-A chief medical officer.
Uhura 
Communications commander assigned to Enterprise-A
Montgomery Scott 
Engineering captain assigned to Enterprise-A
Hikaru Sulu 
Enterprise-A helmsman.
Pavel Chekov 
Enterprise-A security commander.
Saavik 
Starfleet lieutenant junior grade.
Janice Rand 
Starfleet quartermaster.
T'Cel 
Half-Vulcan, Romulan commander.
T'Kir 
T'Cel's daughter, Romulan subcommander. Hinted that she is a half-sister of David Marcus.
Art Chenoweth (USS Farragut personnel
Starfleet commander, Farragut first officer
Diane Morwood 
Farragut engineer, named for husband-and-wife Trek authors Diane Duane and Peter Morwood.
Mike Ford
Starfleet commander, specialist on the Klingons, named for Trek novelist John M. "Mike" Ford (and, in-universe, probably the "JMF" who wrote The Final Reflection).
Akanke 
Farragut sciences division officer.
Amanda Grayson 
Human woman, wife of Sarek and father of Spock.
Fleischer 
Starfleet servicewoman.
Nogura 
Starfleet admiral.
Lars Hoël 
Historian.
Alexander Dylan Glideman-Adler 
Spacedock yardmaster.
Sal McMurphy 
Enterprise-A lieutenant junior grade trainee.
Shetterly
Emma Bull
Delany
McIntyre 
Possibly named for author Vonda N. McIntyre.
Kor
Gillian Taylor
Tom Garrovick 
Commodore.
Kevin T. Riley 
Starship captain. Although Riley is portrayed as a captain, a novel (Pocket TOS: Probe) which takes place later chronologically lists him as a commander. It is possible he was a captain in title in this comic, but held a rank of commander or lieutenant commander at the time.
Dave Bailey 
Envoy to Balok.
Kyle 
Communications officer.
Stiles 
Starfleet security commander. Stiles' later career is also mentioned in Pocket TNG: Red Sector.
Carolyn Palamas 
Anthropologist
Mira Romaine 
Chief archivist of Memory Alpha
Jame Finney 
Lieutenant junior grade
Kruge
David Marcus
Khan Noonien Singh

References

Timeline

2257 (stardate 3131.4) 
Farragut encounter.
2268 (stardate 4203.5) 
Romulan encounter.
2273 
Klingon encounter.
2285 
Khan flashback.
2286 (stardate 8719.3) 
Enterprise-A encounter.


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