This page details Spock in alternate universes; for Spock in the primary universe see Spock; for the Spock in the mirror universe see Spock (mirror); for Spock in the Kelvin timeline created by Nero's temporal incursion see Spock (Kelvin timeline).
For other uses, see Spock.

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

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Other Spocks[edit | edit source]

VSS ShiKahr Captain Spock[edit | edit source]

Captain Spock.

Aboard the VSS ShiKahr, Captain Spock was the Vulcan commanding officer. (TOS novel: Killing Time)

female Captain Spock[edit | edit source]

Captain Spock and Captain James T. Kirk.

Years before 2262, this female Spock became captain of the USS Enterprise after James T. Kirk repaired the warp core, sacrificing himself to save the crew. During a chronotronic event in 2262, the omnipotent Gary Mitchell deposited Captain Spock, a botanical Captain James T. Kirk, a gas-form Commander Montgomery Scott and Lieutenant Nnamdi Uhuro on Risa. Spock reminded everyone to find a way back to their respective ships and realities. (TOS - Boldly Go - IDIC comic: "Part 3")

command division Spock[edit | edit source]

Spock in command gold.

In one alternate permutation of the Kelvin timeline, Spock wore a gold Starfleet uniform, indicating his focus on the command division, or that he had also risen to the rank of captain. This Spock experienced the chronotronic event in 2262. (TOS - Boldly Go - IDIC comic: "Part 5")

android Spock[edit | edit source]

Starfleet-Unit Spock

In one alternate permutation of the Kelvin timeline where life was mechanical, an android version of Spock served as Starfleet-Unit on an Enterprise that was a technological marvel. During Mitchell's chronotronic event of 2262, he and Kirk were one the bridge and disabled the IKS Chonnaq before members of the crew were whisked away. (TOS - Boldly Go - IDIC comic: "Part 5")

Klingon Spock[edit | edit source]

Klingon Spock.

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

Romulan Spock[edit | edit source]

Romulan Spock.

In a study of alternate realities, scientist Armand St. John discovered untold unexplained realities where persons could exist as different species, but with parallel history to their primary universe counterparts. In one such universe, Spock was a Romulan soldier. (TOS comic: "All of Me")

Spock without Kirk[edit | edit source]

The crew of the USS Enterprise-A in an alternate timeline.

In another alternate timeline created when Yeoman J. Mia Colt was sent forward in time from 2254 to 2293 after her tricorder scans released the tachyon energy contained in an Argollian artifact known as a Keepsake, Spock succeeded Number One as the first officer of the Enterprise, which remained under the command of Captain Christopher Pike until it was decommissioned, after which it became a popular attraction at the San Francisco Smithsonian Museum of Air, Sea and Space. Pike was then placed in command of the USS Enterprise-A while Spock continued as his first officer.

He was killed when Pike activated the Enterprise-A's self-destruct sequence in orbit of Argol II in 2293 after it had been severely damaged by a Klingon bird-of-prey commanded by General Chang and three Klingon battle cruisers. As the Enterprise was destroyed, Colt entered the Well of Tomorrows and was returned to 2254, thereby restoring the proper timeline. (EV comics: "Future Tense", "Futures", "Now and Then")

Spock in an alternate mirror universe[edit | edit source]

In another permutation of events, Spock emerged from the black hole in an alternate version of the mirror universe. Taken prisoner by the counterparts of his old crewmates, Spock was held aboard the Narada as they sought to use his red matter to destroy Vulcan only to be saved by his counterpart. Beaming down to the Vre'katra, Spock tried to have Kirk stand down to no avail, forcing his younger self to kill him. After Uhura had taken the Narada away, Spock remained on Vulcan to help his planet rebuild and secure its place in the Terran Empire. (TOS - Mirrored comic: "Part 2")

Duplicates[edit | edit source]

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