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The Star Trek Compendium is a reference book that takes a detailed look into the series, its episodes, and the movies.


From the book jacket

"Space...the final frontier. These are the voyages of the Starship Enterprise. Its five year mission: to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life and new civilizations – to boldly go where no man has gone before...."

On September 8, 1966, those now-familiar words first introduced an entire generation of television viewers to STAR TREK. Over the course of its three-year network run, the show developed a fan following unprecedented in entertainment history – a following that is still growing with the release of each new STAR TREK motion picture.

Much of the show's appeal came from its blueprint for the future – a future where man had put aside his differences to reach the stars. STAR TREK gave us a Russian and an American working side by side, television's first interracial kiss, the name for America's first space shuttle – Enterprise – and a host of unforgettable characters: the unflappable Captain Kirk, his half-human science officer Spock, the irascible Dr. Leonard "Bones" McCoy, and ever-resourceful engineer Montgomery Scott, to name but a few.

THE STAR TREK COMPENDIUM is the official guidebook to the STAR TREK universe. Relive the voyages of the USS Enterprise with a complete show-by-show guide to the series (as well as the Emmy Award-winning animated shows and the STAR TREK movies), including plot summaries, fascinating behind-the-scenes production information and credits for each. Follow the creation of Gene Roddenberry's series step-by-step – and STAR TREK's road to the big screen. Illustrated with over 125 specially selected photographs – including at least one from each episode – and fully indexed, this is the indispensable reference work to one of the most memorable shows of all time – STAR TREK.



James T. KirkSpockHikaru SuluPavel ChekovNyota UhuraMontgomery Scott



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Star Trek: The Original Series reference works
In-universe Star Trek BlueprintsStar Fleet Technical ManualStar Fleet Medical Reference ManualSpaceflight ChronologyThe Monsters of Star TrekThe Motion Picture BlueprintsStar Trek MapsStar Trek II BiographiesThe Klingon DictionaryWho's Who in Star Trek (Issue 1Issue 2) • Mr. Scott's Guide to the EnterpriseCaptain Kirk's Guide to WomenThe Autobiography of James T. KirkThe Autobiography of Mr. SpockKirk Fu ManualThe USS Enterprise NCC-1701 & 1701-A Illustrated Handbook
Real-world The Making of Star TrekThe World of Star TrekInside Star TrekThe Making of Star Trek: The Motion PictureThe Star Trek CompendiumThe Making of Star Trek II: The Wrath of KhanInside Star Trek: The Real StoryStar Trek Phase II: The Lost SeriesStar Trek: The Original Series SketchbookStar Trek: The Art of the FilmStar Trek 365 Lost ScenesThe Official Guide to The Animated SeriesThe Motion Picture: Inside the Art & Visual EffectsStar Trek: A Celebration