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Star Trek, the UK comic strips series, was a series of 37 Star Trek: The Original Series comic strip stories published in Great Britain from 1969 to 1973, with 11 annual stories printed up through 1978.

The stories were serialized weekly in four magazines: Joe 90: Top Secret, TV21 & Joe 90, TV21 Weekly and Valiant and TV21. All of the stories were reprinted for the first time in America in the omnibus collections The Classic UK Comics, Volume 1, The Classic UK Comics, Volume 2, and The Classic UK Comics, Volume 3.

Series firstsEdit

Races and charactersEdit

KlingonsEdit

RomulansEdit

Notable original charactersEdit

Canon non-regular charactersEdit

StoriesEdit

Joe 90: Top SecretEdit

Issues Arc title writer(s) artist(s) published cover(s)
1-6 1 "Life Form Nonexistent" Angus Allan Harry Lindfield 1/18/69-2/22/69 Demanding robot
7-10 2 "The Crucial Element" Angus Allan Harry Lindfield 3/1/69-3/22/69 Space Bug 7 explosion
11-14 3 "Beware the Beast" Angus Allan Harry Lindfield 3/29/69-4/19/69 UK3-cover
15-18 4 "The Third Party" Angus Allan Harry Lindfield 4/26/69-5/17/69 UK4-Kirk-space-bug
19-22 5 "The Children of Stai" Angus Allan Harry Lindfield 5/24/69-6/14/69 UK5-Spock
23-30 6 "Skin Deep" Angus Allan Harry Lindfield 6/21/69-8/9/69 UK6-cover
31-34 7 "The Eagles Have Landed" Angus Allan Harry Lindfield 8/16/69-9/20/69 Roggaf

TV21 & Joe 90Edit

Issues Arc title writer(s) artist(s) published cover(s)
1-6 8 "Spectre of the Zond" Harry Lindfield 9/27/69-11/1/69 TV21Joe90no4-cover
7-11 9 "Nor Any Drop to Drink" Harry Lindfield 11/8/69-12/6/69 TV21Joe90-11-cover
12-17 10 "Menace of the Moloth" Harry Lindfield 12/13/69-1/17/70 TV21Joe90-13-cover
18-23 11 "The Klingon Ultimatum" Harry Lindfield, Jim Baikie 1/24/70-2/28/70 TV21Joe90-19-cover
24-31 12 "The Marshall Plan" Jim Baikie 3/7/70-4/25/70 TV21-Joe90-issue29
32-36 13 "Mutiny on the Dorado" Mike Noble 5/2/70-5/30/70 TV21Joe90-33cvr

TV21 WeeklyEdit

Issues Arc title writer(s) artist(s) published cover(s)
37-38 13 "Mutiny on the Dorado" Mike Noble 6/6/70-6/13/70
39-44 14 "The Ageless One" Mike Noble 6/20/70-7/25/70 TV21-41-cover
45-51 15 "Thorpex" Mike Noble 8/1/70-9/12/70 TV21-45-cover
52-57 16 "Under the Sea" Mike Noble 9/19/70-10/24/70
58-64 17 "Revolt on Dak-Alpha" Harold Johns, Ron Turner 10/31/70-12/12/70
65-73 18 "Where Giants Tread" Harold Johns 12/19/70-2-13-71 TV21Joe90-65cvr
74-77 19 "I, Emperor" Vicente Alcázar, Carlos Pino 2/20/71-3/13/71 TV21-75cvr
78-81 20 "Slaves of the Frogmen" Vicente Alcázar, Carlos Pino 3/20/71-4/10/71 TV21-78cvr
82-90 21 "Key Witness" Vicente Alcázar, Carlos Pino 4/17/71-6/12/171 TV21-82cvr
91-94 22 "Nova-Thirteen" Vicente Alcázar, Carlos Pino 6/19/71-76/10/71 TV21-92-cvr
95-100 23 "Prison Break" Vicente Alcázar, Carlos Pino 7/17/71-8/21/71
101-105 24 "Vibrations in Time" Vicente Alcázar, Carlos Pino 8/28/71-9/25/71

Valiant and TV21Edit

Issues Arc title writer(s) artist(s) published cover(s)
1-2 25 "The Aging World" John Stokes 10/2/71-10/9/71 Aging-World
3-11 26 "By Order of the Empire" John Stokes 10/16/71-12/11/71 UK26-Hypnotized
12-17 27 "Creeping Death" John Stokes 12/18/71-1/23/72 Kappa-system
18-22 28 "Ground Zero" John Stokes 1/29/72-2/26/72 Planet-656-natives
23-33 29 "The Collector" John Stokes 3/4/72-5/13/72 Machine-gun-turret
34-42 30 "To Swiftly Go..." John Stokes 5/20/72-7/15/72 UK30-size-differential
43-47 31 "The Mindless Ones" John Stokes 7/22/72-8/19/72 Mindless-Ones
48-56 32 "The Perithees Alliance" John Stokes 8/26/72-10/21/72 Tektonians
57-63 33 "The Saboteur Within" John Stokes 10/28/72-12/9/72 Cereonian-saboteur
64-73 34 "The Void of Storms" John Stokes 12/16/72-2/17/73
74-90 35 "Spheres of War" John Stokes 2/24/73-6/16/73
91-106 36 "Shell Game" John Stokes 6/23/73-10/6/73
107-118 37 "To Rule the Universe" John Stokes 10/13/73-2/29/74 UK37-Plixean-doubles

Annual storiesEdit

Number title writer(s) artist(s) published cover(s)
1 "Target: Zargot" Ron Turner 1969 Zargotian
2 "A Bite of the Apple" Frank Bellamy 1970 Radio-Times-27
3 "Captives in Space" 1970 Captives-in-Space
4 "Planet of Rejects" 1970 Planet-of-Rejects
5 "Gateway to the Future" 1970 Gateway-to-the-Future
6 "The Zodian Sacrifice" 1971 Zodians
7 "Smoke and Mirrors" John Stokes 1972 Klingon-Smoke-and-Mirrors
8 "Planet of the Dead" Jack Sutter Jim Baikie 1972 Planet-of-the-Dead
9 "What Is This Thing Called Spock?" Jack Sutter Jim Baikie 1972 Rock-and-a-Hard-Place
10 "The Gods Have Come!" John Canning 1977 The-Gods-Have-Come
11 "Rock and a Hard Place" John Canning 1978 Rock-and-a-Hard-Place

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