The new voyages."Choices!" was the 37th issue of DC Comics' 1984 series of Star Trek comics.


Following the test flight of the Enterprise-A, the crew considers the ramifications of beginning a new mission after the loss of their original starship. Meanwhile, a religious zealot sabotages the Enterprise-A, giving Spock the first test of his problem solving skills following his rehabilitation on Vulcan.

Log entriesEdit

Captain's log, stardate 8925.2 
I've never really believed in ghosts… until now. But after seeing the newly commissioned, newly refurbished USS Enterprise floating there in spacedock, a virtual duplicate of the precious starship destroyed by my own hand just a few months ago, I'm willing to believe in anything—including miracles! The ship's refitting will be complete within hours, and the Enterprise will be ready to carry me back where I belong—but who, I wonder, will be with me this time, when I go… We've been through so much together, my crew and I—so much joy—so much pain—! They stuck beside me when I needed it most, through the death and rebirth of my good friend Spock—through a court martial that could have cost them all their careers—! And yet, I was the only one who suffered for our actions—reduced in rank, relieved of my supervisory duties, and reassigned command of a starship! Starfleet Command believes that, by taking these actions, they have punished me! They really did reward my efforts! I really am where I belong! It still seems strange, to be called only captain again, after so many years as an admiral—and yet, it seems so right.
Spock's personal log, stardate 8925.2 
Not even the soothing tones of my harp can bring me solace today. There is too much on my mind—too many questions cry for answers… Though I was excluded from the court-martial, I chose to stand beside my friends—and share their eventual fate. As an honorable man, I could do no less—since all their actions were on my behalf. Thus, I have been reassigned as science officer aboard the Enterprise, a position I know better than any other—and yet, I wonder if I have made the right choice. On Vulcan, they repaired my mind—but am I fully restored? And, if not, do I truly belong here?



ArexWilliam BearclawNancy BrycePavel ChekovJames T. KirkKonomLeonard McCoyMaria MorelliM'RessMontgomery ScottSpockHikaru SuluNyota Uhuraunnamed Humans (zealot saboteur, loading workers) • USS Enterprise-A personnel unnamed USS Enterprise-A personnel (engineers)

Starships and vehiclesEdit

USS Enterprise-A (Enterprise-class refit Constitution-class heavy cruiser) • Travel Pod 5 (travel pod)
Referenced only 
USS Enterprise (Enterprise-class refit Constitution-class heavy cruiser)


Planets and planetoidsEdit

Earth (Sol star system, sector 001, subquadrant 0, the galaxy's Alpha Quadrant)
Referenced only 
Centaurus (Alpha Centauri, Beta Quadrant) • Vulcan (Vulcan system, Beta Quadrant)

Stations and outpostsEdit

San Francisco Fleet Yards Orbital Drydock

Shipboard locationsEdit

USS Enterprise-A 
bridgeengineeringquarters (Spock's, Uhura's) • sickbay

Station locationsEdit

Orbital Drydock 

Planetary localesEdit


Races and culturesEdit


States and organizationsEdit

FederationStarfleetStarfleet Command

Ranks and titlesEdit

admiralcaptainchief engineerchief medical officercommandercommanding officercommunications officerdoctorengineerensignFederation Starfleet ranksFederation Starfleet ranks (2270s-2350s)first officerhelmsmanlieutenantnavigatorscience officersecurity chieftactical officer

Science and classificationEdit



planetspacestarstar system


captain's logengineer's logmedical logpersonal log



Materials and substancesEdit

food and drink 
mint julep



Technology and weaponsEdit

drydockmatter-antimatter matrixspacedockstarshipwarp drive
musical instruments 

Other referencesEdit

chessclothingcourt martialdeathdemonemotionghost (spirit)godlog entrylogicProject Genesisraces and culturesrankrefitreligionship commissioningStarfleet uniformStarfleet uniform (2278-2350s)three-dimensional chesstitleuniformrankinsigniaStarfleet insignia


stardate 8925.2, 2286 (2280s chronology, Enterprise-A voyages
Enterprise leaves drydock.


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