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Full Color | 78 Screens | One Shot Written by Andrew Steven Harris Art by Sean Murphy Colors by Leonard O'Grady Letters by Chris Mowry Edits by Chris Ryall In the vast Star Trek universe, many diverse alien races abound, and now they finally get their due! Continuing a series of one-shots, each by a different creative team and featuring a different Star Trek alien race. Now, the spotlight shines on the Borg. The Enterprise must face its most deadly confrontation with the Borg - drones from the future, when the Collective believes it has achieved perfection!
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Full Color | Spotlight Cardassian Set just after the Dominion War, a black-ops band of Cardassian fundamentalists infiltrate a Starfleet prison to assassinate the leader of the Dominion, the Founder responsible for eight hundred million Cardassian deaths.
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Full Color | 105 Screens | One Shot Writers: Scott Tipton, David Tipton Artist: David Messina Cover artist: Zach Howard In the vast Star Trek universe, many diverse alien races abound, and now they finally get their due! Presenting a series of one-shots, each by a different creative team and featuring a different Star Trek alien race. In the debut issue, the spotlight shines on the Gorn, courtesy of the Klingons: Blood Will Tell team of Scott & David Tipton and artist David Messina. After their shuttlecraft crash-lands on an uncharted planet, Captain Terrell and Commander Chekov calculate that their odds of survival are somewhat decreased when they find themselves facing off against an army of Gorn warriors. Zach Howard (Star Trek: The Next Generation: The Space Between) provides covers for the entire series, and this issue's artist, David Messina, contributes a variant cover, too.
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Full Color | One Shot Written by Scott & David Tipton Art by Elena Casagrande Colors by Mirco Pierfedeici Letters by Chris Mowry Edits by Andrew Steven Harris The female of the species is deadlier than the male - a statement that was never more true than in the case of the Orion Animal Women, infamous from the very first episode of Star Trek, The Cage! It's a fact Fleet Captain Christopher Pike will soon discover, as he's caught up in a web of intergalactic criminal intrigue. Can Pike trust the beautiful Orion slave girl - and can he trust himself around her? This focus on one of the most mysterious, and beautiful, alien races in the Star Trek galaxy is written by Klingons and The Gorn scribes Scott & David Tipton!
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Story suggested by: Rick Remender Writer: James Patrick Artist: Josep Maria Beroy Cover artist: Zach Howard In the vast Star Trek universe, many diverse alien races abound, and now they finally get their due! Presenting a series of one-shots, each by a different creative team and featuring a different Star Trek alien race. In the second issue, the spotlight shines on the Vulcans. A Starfleet starship arrives at a planet on the brink of its own destruction. A once peaceful society is now savage and warlike marching beneath the Raptor's wing - linking itself to the turmoiled past of Vulcans. Zach Howard (Star Trek: The Next Generation: The Space Between) provides covers for the entire series, with interior artist Josep Maria Beroy offering a variant cover.
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An offbeat one-shot featuring STAR TREK's most unlikely alien race! Welcome to Serjilla IV, an abandoned world completely overrun by Tribbles: friendly, trilling balls of fur that eat constantly and, in the words of Dr. Leonard McCoy, "reproduce at will." When a human freighter, boarded by hostile Klingons, crash-lands on Serjilla, the Tribbles' quiet but lonely existence is shattered. It's a simple situation, really-three desperate humans, a squadron of angry Klingons, and a billion hungry Tribbles. What could possibly go wrong?
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