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The Adventures of Captain Proton was a multimedia 20th century Earth science fiction series. The series was presented variously as films, prose stories and radio productions. (VOY episode: "Night"; VOY novel: Captain Proton: Defender of the Earth; DS9 short story: "Captain Proton and the Orb of Bajor"; et al)

The series, as the name indicates, featured the adventures of Captain Proton, along with his sidekick Buster Kincaid, and his secretary Constance Goodheart, who battled against dastardly villains such as Doctor Chaotica. (VOY episode: "Night"; et al)

As a child, James Wainwright was an avid reader of the Captain Proton stories as well as those featuring Flash Gordon and Buck Rogers. (TOS - Strange New Worlds III short story: "The Aliens Are Coming!")

In 1938, the Barnard Broadcasting System produced a radio adaptation of the series. It starred Peter Collyer as the title character. (DS9 short story: "Captain Proton and the Orb of Bajor")

The Bride of Chaotica, a film from the series, was amongst the motion picture library aboard the Enterprise (NX-01). (ENT episode: "Cogenitor")

In the late 24th century, Tom Paris created a series of holonovels featuring based on the series. (VOY episode: "Night"; et al)

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Captain Proton stories[]

This is a listing of in-universe stories, see Captain Proton for a listing of real world publications.

Chaptered[]

  • Chapter 2: "Death of the Patrol"
  • Chapter 16: "Spell of the Spider"
  • Chapter 18: "Bride of Chaotica"
  • Chapter 37: "The Web of Pain"
  • Final chapter "Satan's Robot Conquers the World"

Unknown chronology[]

External link[]

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