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"A Bite of the Apple" was a one-page Star Trek: The Original Series comic strip published in 1970. It was the second of 11 annual stories from the UK comic strips series and was printed in the United Kingdom in Radio Times #27 on 27 June 1970. It was an homage to the last scene in TOS episode: "The Apple".

Summary

Captain James T. Kirk teased Spock about his resemblance to Satan. Spock innocently denied the implication.

References

Characters

James T. KirkLeonard McCoySpockMontgomery ScottHikaru SuluNyota Uhura

Starships and vehicles

USS Enterprise (Constitution-class heavy cruiser)

Locations

Gamma Trianguli VI

Races and cultures

HumanVulcan

Ranks and titles

captain

Appendices

Related media

Background

Connections

UK comic strips
Weekly story arcs "Life Form Nonexistent" • "The Crucial Element" • "Beware the Beast" • "The Third Party" • "The Children of Stai" • "Skin Deep" • "The Eagles Have Landed" • "Spectre of the Zond" • "Nor Any Drop to Drink" • "Menace of the Moloth" • "The Klingon Ultimatum" • "The Marshall Plan" • "Mutiny on the Dorado" • "The Ageless One" • "Thorpex" • "Under the Sea" • "Revolt on Dak-Alpha" • "Where Giants Tread" • "I, Emperor" • "Slaves of the Frogmen" • "Key Witness" • "Nova-Thirteen" • "Prison Break" • "Vibrations in Time" • "The Aging World" • "By Order of the Empire" • "Creeping Death" • "Ground Zero" • "The Collector" • "To Swiftly Go..." • "The Mindless Ones" • "The Perithees Alliance" • "The Saboteur Within" • "The Void of Storms" • "Spheres of War" • "Shell Game" • "To Rule the Universe"
Annual stories "Target: Zargot" • "A Bite of the Apple" • "Captives in Space" • "Planet of Rejects" • "Gateway to the Future" • "The Zodian Sacrifice" • "Smoke and Mirrors" • "Planet of the Dead" • "What Is This Thing Called Spock?" • "The Gods Have Come!" • "Rock and a Hard Place"

Timeline

Published Order
Previous comic:
Target: Zargot
TOS comics (UK comic strips Annuals) Next comic:
Captives in Space
Chronological Order
Previous adventure:
The Star to Every Wandering
Crucible, Chapter 2, Section 3
Memory Beta Chronology Next adventure:
Mirror, Mirror
Previous comic:
The Apple
Voyages of the USS Enterprise (NCC-1701), Year Three Next comic:
Mirror, Mirror

Production history

27 June 1970
Printed on page 49 of Radio Times #27 (BBC Worldwide)
September 2017
Reprinted in the omnibus The Classic UK Comics, Volume 3. (IDW Publishing)
16 July 2020
Reprinted in the omnibus Graphic Novel Collection, Volume 121. (Eaglemoss Collections)

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