- John Byrne continues his new Star Trek photonovel adventures with "Made Out of Mudd"—Harry Mudd has gotten under Jim Kirk's skin before, but never quite like this… alien artifacts, Klingons, and a mad man's schemes add up to headaches for the captain and his crew. All that, plus tribbles!
- Pavel Chekov • Barlow • Varn Hamilton • James T. Kirk • Korax • Koloth • Krakowski • Leonard McCoy • M'N'Anni • Harry Mudd • Montgomery Scott • Spock • Hikaru Sulu • Ronald Tracey • Nyota Uhura • unnamed Klingons (IKS Gr'oth personnel) • unnamed Starfleet personnel • unnamed USS Enterprise (NCC-1701) personnel
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- Stella Mudd • Klingon Emperor
Starships and vehiclesEdit
- USS Enterprise (Constitution-class heavy cruiser) • USS Excalibur or USS Yamato (NCC-1705) • IKS Gr'oth (D7-class Klingon battlecruiser) • USS Potemkin (NCC-1711) • USS Proxima (NCC-1737) • USS Sinuiji (NCC-1770) • Six other D7-class Klingon battlecruisers • Starfleet Shuttlecraft (posing as Enterprise shuttle Galileo) • NCC-1661/1 (Class F shuttlecraft)
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- USS Exeter
- K-class space station (deep space communications link station) • Tau Delta IX (Tau Delta star system (the galaxy's Alpha or Beta Quadrant)
- Referenced only
- Deep Space Station K-7 • Mudd (planet) • Triangularis III
Races and culturesEdit
States and organizationsEdit
Science and technologyEdit
- atom • brainwave • cellular growth accelerator • communication grid • communications station • computer • DNA • phaser • psychiatry • scanner • sensor • tape • tractor beam • transporter • vanity transporter • warp drive • warp six
Ranks and titlesEdit
- captain • chief of psychiatry • commander • doctor • ensign • lieutenant • navigator • parole officer
- Alpha One Priority • android • ape • armada • atmosphere • birthday party • brig • chicken • Class M planet • Class K planet • code • coordinates • court martial • crew • cruiser • criminal • Federation law • fruit • hangar bay • hatch • hawk • hour • humanoid • katlak • mind meld • minute • mirror • Organian Peace Treaty • outpost • parole • planet • quadrant • rehabilitation colony • second • sector • space station • Starfleet uniform • Starfleet uniform (2265-2270) • sun • trial • treason • war • war games
- USS Enterprise visited Triangularis III. James T. Kirk beamed to the surface, where local transporter systems saved his molecular pattern.
- Late 2267
- Mudd claimed that after a matter of weeks, he had lost 50 kilos while working in grain fields on the planet Mudd
- Events of TOS episode: "The Omega Glory"
- Following his court martial, Ronald Tracey visited several planets.
- While on Triangularis III, Tracey appropriated a vanity transporter and a copy of Kirk's pattern.
- This story was chronologically the next Harry Mudd adventure after TOS episode: "I, Mudd".
- Five Constitution-class starships were seen supporting the USS Enterprise to route the Klingon fleet. Registries were clearly visible on three: NCC-1705, NCC-1711, and NCC-1770. A fourth might be NCC-1737, while no registry was visible on the fifth. Based on registry, the four vessels appeared to be the USS Excalibur or USS Yamato (NCC-1705); USS Potemkin, based on a NCC-1711 registry cited in TOS reference: Star Fleet Technical Manual, or another vessel; USS Proxima (NCC-1737); and USS Sinuiji (NCC-1770).
- IKS Gr'oth was not cited by name.
- Koloth referred to the mission of the backup story in this issue, "The Great Tribble Hunt".
- Galileo had been destroyed prior to TOS episode: "The Omega Glory" and replaced by the Galileo II. Not aware of that, Ronald Tracey painted Galileo on the stolen shuttle.
- The shuttlecraft seen in the hangar bay, marked NCC-1661/1, could belong to the USS Kinshasa (NCC-1661) or a different vessel with that registry.
- The communications deck of the deep space communications link station had the same layout as the main deck of Deep Space Monitor Station 18 in TOS - New Visions comic: "Time's Echo".
- Mudd's adventures continued in TOS - New Visions comic: "The Survival Equation".
Related stories Edit
- TOS episode: "Mudd's Women" – Introduction of Harry Mudd in Star Trek: The Original Series.
- TOS episode: "I, Mudd" – How Mudd came to be paroled on planet Mudd and supervised by Stella Mudd androids.
- The other story in the issue was titled "The Great Tribble Hunt".
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