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From solicitations: Mysterious alien technology. Senseless death. And a growing awareness that there may be those beyond our world who don’t want to see Earth survive! Seven and Roberta face their greatest challenge yet… an invasion from the most distant regions of the Galaxy! The penultimate issue in John Byrne’s first-ever Star Trek spin-off!


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Agent 201 (aka Mr. Smith) • Agent 347 (aka Mrs. Jones) • AlbertIsisRoberta LincolnGary Seven

Starships and vehicles


DownRange MotelEarthMcKinley Rocket BaseMcQuade CountyNew York CityRoute 949Ryerson River

Races and cultures

AegisCounter Strike

States and organizations

Federal Bureau of Investigation


atomic bombBeta 5 computer (aka "Betty") • disruption wave


  • As the main story in this issue was two pages short of the twenty-two page quota the issue also contained a short two-page story, titled Isis.
  • Seven's employers are not named in this issue, but numerous other stories featuring him identify them as the Aegis. The only other comic to have ever pictured the Aegis ("Future Imperiled") showed them as gigantic humanoids which would seem to conflict with their appearance here. however, this issue also showed they have the ability to alter their appearance at will, which might explain this apparent discrepancy.

Related stories

Media featuring Gary Seven
Episode Assignment: Earth
Miniseries The PeacekeeperConvergenceThe Eugenics WarsAssignment: Earth
Novels Assignment: EternityThe Rise and Fall of Khan Noonien Singh, Volume 1The Rise and Fall of Khan Noonien Singh, Volume 2From History's ShadowElusive Salvation
Short stories "The Aliens Are Coming!" • "Seven and Seven" • "Assignment: One" • "Rocket Man" • "Time Line"
Comics "The Peacekeeper, Part One" • "The Peacekeeper, Part Two" • "Split Infinities" • "Future Imperiled" • "Brighter Than a Thousand Suns" • "Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow" • "My Name Is Legion" • "We Have Met the Enemy..." • "Too Many Presidents" • "Ah-Ha!" • "Medics" • "Hosts" • "1971/4860.2" • "An Unexpected Yesterday" • "Year Five, Issue 11" • "Year Five, Issue 12" • "Year Five, Issue 15" • "Year Five, Issue 16" • "Year Five, Issue 17" • "Year Five, Issue 21" • "Year Five, Issue 22"


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