Throughout the history of the universe, there have been multiple timelines, alternate realities and parallel universes that have all contained versions of James T. Kirk, as well as various clones and replicants.

James T. KirksEdit

Other versions of James T. KirkEdit

Coalition timelineEdit

In an alternate timeline in which John Frederick Paxton destroyed Starfleet Command and ended the talks for the Coalition of Planets in 2155, James T. Kirk became resentful of aliens in general and Vulcans in particular when the Interstellar Coalition starship ICV Vanik destroyed a transport carrying his wife and son. By then, he was serving as first officer aboard UESS Enterprise under Captain Christopher Pike. Six months later, in 2264, had to face his prejudices when the Enterprise carried Lady T'Pol to Babel to negotiate United Earth's admission to the Interstellar Coalition. (ST - Myriad Universes novel: A Less Perfect Union)

Interstellar UnionEdit

In another alternate timeline in which the Vulcans had remained a violent and emotional species, James T. Kirk commanded the IUES Enterprise I, a Charter-class starship of the Interstellar Guard in service in the 2260s. Many of his crewmates went on to have successful careers in the Guard, including his first officer, Gav, who became a Brigadier General in the Security Bureau, tactical officer Lamia, who became a Major General on Field Marshal Thelianaresth th'Vorothishria's staff, and astrophysicist Hikaru Sulu, who served as Captain of the IUES Kumari II, the flagship of the IG Fleet. (ST - Myriad Universes novel: The Tears of Eridanus)


Klingon James T. KirkEdit

In the quantum rift, a reality in which James T. Kirk was a Klingon briefly intersected with the reality of the Enterprise. (TOS - Parallel Lives comic: "Part 2")


A copy of Kirk was made when the android duplicate of Roger Korby made one of him when Kirk refused to do what he asked. (TOS episode: "What Are Little Girls Made Of?")

Another Kirk was created from transporter malfunction. This Kirk was seen as an evil and alter ego of Kirk. (TOS episode: "The Enemy Within")

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