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Introduction (blurb)

Summary

Log Entries

Captain's log, Stardate 8495.6
The Enterprise has returned to Earth, where I have agreed to a hearing before the Federation Council. It seems my only alternative, as not to do so will inevitably lead to the death of innocents, caught in the crossfire of escalating hostilities between the Klingons and the Nasgul. I cannot allow that.

References

Characters

R.J. BlaisePavel ChekovSamuel T. CogleyKamaragKelvisJames T. KirkKathy LiM'yraLeonard McCoyHiram RothSarekMontgomery ScottAreel ShawSpockHikaru SuluSara TuchinskyNyota UhuraVlagro
Referenced only
Glynnis CampbellGodAmanda GraysonDavid MarcusPeter Preston

Starships and vehicles

USS Enterprise

Locations

Earth

Races and cultures

HumanKlingonNasgulianSalt VampireVulcan

States and organizations

Federation CouncilCogley and Cogley

Other references

applebicyclecandleE-mailglassespaperswimsuittogauniform

Appendices

Background

Elements from this comic series incorporated un-used material from the screenplay of TOS movie: Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home. Before time travel became the main plot device, Harry Mudd was to be a character witness-for the Federation jury-as closing deliberations were made by President Roth for Kirk and his crew. In this issue, Cogley name was misspelled, with him being called Cogsley.

Timeline

Images

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