"Voyager" chronicled the voyages of the starship Voyager, with its combined crew of Starfleet and Maquis under the command of Captain Kathryn Janeway as she tried to make her way home 70,000 light-years from the far side of the Delta Quadrant. Voyager encountered many friends and foes making first contact with more species than any other federation starship. Voyager also had several encounters with the Borg and even gaining a former Borg Drone as a member of crew three years into the Voyage. Despite the obvious series-long story arc, Voyager was often criticized for having too many "alien of the week" stand-alone episodes and not capitalizing on the fact that Voyager was so far away from home and that the crew would have to put up with a certain lacking in resources or the built in conflicts of a Maquis/Starfleet crew.
Voyager returned to the Alpha Quadrant in the final episode of the series, "Endgame." A series of novels (the Voyager "Relaunch") depicts the adventures of the crew after their return to the Federation.
There were 172 episodes produced over seven seasons.
Malibu Comics was originally slated to produce a series of Voyager comics, but they were bought by Marvel before the series began. Marvel Comics then produced a monthly series alongside other Star Trek titles.
|Star Trek: Voyager comics|
|Marvel-Paramount Comics||"The Storm" • "Under Ion Skies" • "Repercussions" • "Homeostasis, Part One" • "Homeostasis, The Conclusion" • "Relicquest, Part One" • "Relicquest, Part Two" • "Relicquest, Conclusion" • "Dead Zone" • "Ghosts" • "Leviathan" • "Cloud Walkers" • "Survival of the Fittest, Part One" and "Part Two" • "Splashdown"|
|WildStorm Comics||"False Colors" • "Elite Force" • "Avalon Rising" • Planet Killer • Star Trek: Special ("Exercises in Futility")|
|IDW Publishing||"The Wildman Maneuver" • "Mirrors & Smoke" • "Seven's Reckoning"|
Only one video game (Elite Force) has been set within the Voyager series. The sequel to Elite Force had a TNG setting. The USS Voyager is seen in franchise-spanning games such as Legacy and Encounters.
Decipher has released numerous RPG books, which feature VOY elements, but they are franchise-spanning works. In addition to its RPG, Decipher has also produced the Star Trek Customizable Card Game since 1994, which encompasses the entire Star Trek franchise, including numerous VOY based cards.
VOY imagery can also be found in the Ships of the Line calendars.
- Captain/Vice Admiral Kathryn Janeway: Commanding Officer (2371-2377). Promoted to Vice Admiral after returning from the Delta Quadrant in 2377. Killed aboard a rogue Borg Cube in June of 2380.
- Commander/Captain Chakotay: Executive Officer/Commanding Officer (2371-onward). Replaced Lieutenant Commander Cavit as Executive Officer in 2371 after his death; later promoted and became Commanding Officer in 2378.
- Lieutenant Commander Aaron Cavit: Executive Officer (2371). Killed on the Bridge when Voyager was transported to the Delta Quadrant by the Caretaker (Nacene) in 2371.
- Lieutenant/Lieutenant Commander Tuvok: Second Officer/Senior Tactical Officer/Chief Security Officer (2371-2377). Left to teach at Starfleet Academy after returning from the Delta Quadrant in 2377.
- Lieutenant/Lieutenant Commander B'Elanna Torres: Chief Engineer (2371-2377, 2381-onward). Took leave of absense to travel to the monastary on Boreth. Eventually returned to duty in 2381, and became Fleet Chief Engineer of Project Full Circle.
- Lieutenant j.g./Ensign/Lieutenant j.g./Lieutenant Commander Tom Paris: Senior Flight Controller/Executive Officer (2371-onward).
- Ensign/Lieutenant j.g. Harry Kim: Senior Operations Officer/Senior Tactical Officer/Chief Security Officer (2371-onward). Finally promoted in 2377 after returning from the Delta Quadrant. Replaced Lieutenant Commander Tuvok as Senior Tactical Officer and Chief Security Officer.
- Ambassador Neelix (2371-2377). Left Voyager in late 2377 to become the Talaxian Ambassador to the United Federation of Planets. Briefly reunited with his old crewmates in 2381, when Project Full Circle returned Voyager to the Delta Quadrant.
- Ensign Seska
- Ensign/Lieutenant j.g. Vorik
- Lieutenant Joseph Carey
- Cadet Naomi Wildman
- Ensign/Lieutenant j.g. Samantha Wildman
- Reginald Barclay
- Cadet Icheb
- The Borg Queen
- Ensign Lon Suder
- Admiral Owen Paris