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{{Novel
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{{Novel|
| type = comic
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type = comic|
| title = Best of Gary Seven
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title = Best of Gary Seven|
| cover image = [[File:Gary Seven Collection.jpg|220px]]
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cover image = [[File:Gary Seven Collection.jpg|220px]]|
| artist =
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artist = |
| series = {{ST|The Original Series}}
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series = {{ST|The Original Series}}|
| miniseries = [[Star Trek Archives]]
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miniseries = [[Star Trek Archives]]|
| minino = 3
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minino = 3|
| editor =
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editor = |
| author = [[Michael Jan Friedman]] & [[Howard Weinstein]]
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author = [[Michael Jan Friedman]] & [[Howard Weinstein]]|
| illustrator = [[Rod Whigham]], [[Ken Save]] & [[Sam de la Rosa]]
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illustrator = [[Rod Whigham]], [[Ken Save]] & [[Sam de la Rosa]]|
| format = [[Paperback]]
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format = [[Paperback]]|
| published = {{srcdate|2009|January}}
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published = January [[2009]]|
| pages = 184
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pages = 184|
| duopages =
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duopages = |
| publisher = [[IDW Publishing]]
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publisher = [[IDW Publishing]]|
| ISBN = ISBN 1600102786
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ISBN = ISBN 1600102786|
| altcover =
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altcover = |
|}}
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}}
   
'''Best of Gary Seven''' is a ''[[Star Trek: The Original Series]]'' [[comic book]] [[omnibus]] released by [[IDW Publishing]] in {{srcdate|2009}}, the third volume in the ''[[Star Trek Archives]]'' series. The book reprinted the story arcs ''[[The Peacekeeper]]'' and ''[[Convergence]]'', originally published by [[DC Comics]] and featuring [[Gary Seven]].
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==Introduction ([[wikipedia:blurb|blurb]])==
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''From solicitations:'' Collecting four issues of the fan-favorite Star Trek comic books released by DC Comics in the 1990s, written by Howard Weinstein and Michael Jan Friedman, IDW’s Star Trek: Archives, Vol. 3: The Gary Seven Collection explores the continued adventures of alien-agent-on-Earth Gary Seven. First seen crossing paths with the crew of the USS Enterprise in the 1968 Star Trek second season episode “Assignment: Earth,” Seven is stationed on Earth by his otherworldly overseers to prevent nuclear war. And he’s not alone. Along with his secretary Roberta, his “cat” Isis, the Beta 5 computer and his multi-function Servo, Seven must protect the Earth to insure the creation of the United Federation of Planets. Find out the whole story in this exciting collection!
==Publisher's description==
 
; Back cover blurb
 
:''Collecting four issues of the fan-favorite ''[[Star Trek]]'' comic books released by DC Comics in the [[1990s]], written by [[Howard Weinstein]] and [[Michael Jan Friedman]], [[IDW]]'s Star Trek: Archives, Vol. 3: The Gary Seven Collection explores the continued adventures of alien-agent-on-Earth Gary Seven. First seen crossing paths with the crew of the [[USS Enterprise (NCC-1701)|USS Enterprise]] in the [[1968]] ''Star Trek'' second season episode "[[Assignment: Earth]]", Seven is stationed on [[Earth]] by his otherworldly overseers to prevent [[nuclear]] [[war]]. And he’s not alone. Along with his secretary [[Roberta Lincoln|Roberta]], his "[[cat]]" [[Isis]], the [[Beta 5 computer]] and his multi-function [[Servo]], Seven must protect the Earth to insure the creation of the [[United Federation of Planets]]. Find out the whole story in this exciting collection!''
 
   
 
==Contents==
 
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