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The Enterprise Logs Volume 1


Author(s): Various

Book Series: Comics/Humor
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1976
Condition: Good
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 0307111857

--Summary--
Star Fleet Command
Star Fleet Headquarters
United Federation of Planets

TO: Commander, Records Section Stardate 6289.74
Star Fleet Archives, Bldg. C
Washington, D.C.

RE: The Enterprise Logs

1. Nearly five years ago the UFP Starship Enterprise was ordered into service with Captain James T. Kirk in command. His orders read in part:


"... to explore new worlds and seek out new life... to boldly go where no man has gone before."
This mission will end Star Date 6368.20 when the Enterprise will put into Headquarters for refitting.
2. Pursuant to a resolution of the Committee for Policy Review and Evaluation, you are hereby ordered to begin assemblage of documents relating to the above referenced mission, hereafter specified as The Enterprise Logs. You will begin this assembly immediately and will transmit your data directly to Central Computer Terminus E-12, Division of Document Integrity. Data will be transmitted under covert Security Code E-12/ Tri/6, for final conversion to print medium.

3. You will transmit pertinent data under the following designated key terms: Ship's Logs, Captain's Log, Science, Engineering and Medical Logs, Psychofile, Transcorder memo-fax, sub-light correspondence. Future key term designations will be brought to your attention when required. You will begin transmission with Log specified 1.00 through 8.00.

4. Classification of this data is NEED TO KNOW and is limited to the attached distribution list. You are hereby ordered to retain only key term index and thesaurus and mark those TOP SECRET.

5. Failure to comply with security and classification procedures is illegal and punishable according to Security Act KR/UFP 3.1.

6. You are hereby ordered to take the necessary steps in preparing all documents, affidavits, records, memofax et cetera on above referenced subject, in anticipation of transmittal to above agency as per Committee request.

Date of Transmission 7/12
Arthur L. Mason, Admiral of the Fleet Sec: AW
Chief of Staff Tr. Code: E15/01
Star Fleet Command Lic: 006

Transmission confirmed 7/12 Code E15/01 Cler: AR

Notes: Golden Press Comic Collection

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The Enterprise Logs Volume 2


Author(s): Various

Book Series: Comics/Humor
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1976
Condition: Very Good
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 0307111881

--Summary--
Star Fleet Command
Star Fleet Headquarters
United Federation of Planets

TO: Commander, Records Section Stardate 6291.63
Star Fleet Archives, Bldg. C
Washington, D.C.

RE: Enterprise Logs Volume Two

1. You are hereby authorized to begin compilation of additional log material of the starship Enterprise, commanded by Captain James T. Kirk, pursuant to previous orders from this office dated Stardate 6289.74, for inclusion in review of the five year mission of the Enterprise, soon to be concluded.

2. Pursuant to the resolution of the Committee for Policy Review and Evaluation, you are hereby ordered to furnish further documents relating to the above referenced mission, hereafter specified as The Enterprise Logs Volume Two. You will begin this assembly immediately and will transmit your data directly to Central Computer Terminus E-12, Division of Document Integrity. Data will be transmitted under covert Security Code E-12/ Tri/6, for final conversion to print medium.

3. Pertinent data under the following designated key terms are required: Ship's Logs, Captain's Log, Science, Engineering and Medical Logs. You will begin transmission with Logs specified 9.00 through 17.00 standard data referencing.

4. Classification of this data is NEED TO KNOW and is limited to the attached distribution list. You are hereby ordered to retain only key term index and thesaurus and mark those TOP SECRET.

5. Failure to comply with security and classification procedures is illegal and punishable according to Security Act KR/UFP 3.1.

6. You will continue to prepare any and all documents deemed relevant to the above referenced mission in anticipation of further transmission requests from this office.

Date of Transmission 9/26
Arthur L. Mason, Admiral of the Fleet Sec: AW
Chief of Staff Tr. Code: E15/01
Star Fleet Command Lic: 006

Transmission confirmed 9/26 Code E15/01 Cler: AR

Notes: Golden Press Comic Collection

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Who Was That Monolith I Saw You With?


Author(s): Michael Goodwin

Book Series: Comics/Humor
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1976
Condition: Very Good
Printing: 2nd
ISBN: B0006WKAFC

--Summary--
Michael Goodwin combines a marvelous wit with faster-than-light "Peanuts" type of humor. His daily comic strip combines sophistication with high professional technique … He's great!
-Robert Heinlein, distinguished SF author

… it gets funnier with every reading. A must for science fiction fans!
-Frank Kelly Freas, Dean of SF artists

I was very impressed both the delightful style in which Michael Goodwin portrays the mis-adventures of the crew of the Starship Enterprise, and the poignant satire used in these clever cartoons.
-Susan Sackett, Assistant to Gene Roddenberry, STARLOG columnist

… I found the book to maintain its level of humor throughout, rather than palling as I had expected … (it) is a nice additional purchase for anyone interest in sf humor (always a rarity), and for libraries or classrooms catering to a demand for contemporary sf TV-related material.
-Frederick Patten, Delap's F&SF Review

Notes: The first of two comic strip books.
2nd Edition

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The Enterprise Logs Volume 3


Author(s): Various

Book Series: Comics/Humor
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1977
Condition: Very Good
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 0307111881

--Summary--
United Federation of Planets
Star Fleet Command
U.S.S. Enterprise

James T. Kirk, Captain
TO: Commander, Records Section
Star Fleet Archives, Bldg. C
Washington, D.C.

Dear Bob:

Lt. Uhura just sent through to my quarters the last batch of material you are currently assembling for Star Fleet Command. Many thanks for forwarding me the data. I know it comes from here originally, but it's something else to re-read it all.

I showed Spock the log entries and vidi-fax on the Mila XA episode and if I didn't know better I'd think that he actually hid a grin. Certainly in retrospect the incident seems a lot more humorous than terrifying, as it did then. I remember how my knees were knocking when we first saw those apparitions, but no one else noticed, at least no one kidded me about it later. It's incredible to think that that woman lived alone in a mausoleum for all those centuries.

One of the most bizarre and touching experiences I've had on this overgrown glider was with those "kids" on Argylos. I don't think I've faced a more painful decision than when I had to fire at Yago, the leader of the "rebels". When the gun went "pop", I was shocked. We all were. Spock of course thinks the outcome was entirely logical, but we both know that his adrenaline response must be pretty alien if he didn't feel the tension that had built up.

We all had a bad shock, but I think Sulu felt it more than the rest of us, when we discovered the Imperial City of Shondo Ho on what we thought was a rogue planet. Someone on the crew called Shondo Ho the perfect dream, out of some ancient Samurai legend, but it turned out to be more of a nightmare once we found out the truth.

As regards your quip about how long was I going to run around the Galaxy with an enormous machine as a wife, and a 400-odd person crew as a family -- well, I guess as long as Star Fleet is willing to pay me for what I've wanted to do ever since I can remember. I still get the same adolescent shivers when I stare out of the observation deck into the Milky Way and beyond.

Bones and I are looking forward to being with you soon; give my love to Janet and the kids. By the way, if there's any way I can help in Thad's behalf re the Academy, let me know.

Best

Jim

James T. Kirk
Captain
U.S.S. Enterprise

Notes: Golden Press Comic Collection

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The Enterprise Logs Volume 4


Author(s): Various

Book Series: Comics/Humor
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1977
Condition: Good
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 030711189X

--Summary--
Star Fleet Command
Star Fleet Headquarters
United Federation of Planets
TO: James T. Kirk, Captain Stardate 6273.52
USS Enterprise

FROM: Star Fleet Command
Mission Review Staff Hdqtrs.

Dear Jim:

I thought I'd take a moment to let you know we have received nearly all the information regarding review of your mission. Let me say at the outset, although informally, that HQ is very pleased with the Enterprise under your command and that the mission is deemed an unqualified success. Jim, you've certainly earned my respect and the respect of the staff here. Formal evaluation is still processing and will be forwarded to you ASAP.

Just some questions re the latest batch of data received:

1. Can you speculate on the nature of the being you called Isis? The explanation in the logs seems to have some gaps. For example, are there others of her "race" or was (is) she a unique phenomenon. You may wish to discuss this with Spock before you reply. It must have been some shock to come across this "being" even for such an experienced explorer as you.

2. Professor Andres has been responding to rehabilitation and neurological treatment. We believe his future is promising. However, we are concerned that another incident should not occur, especially in light of the experimental time travel experiments we are conducting. What we need is a detailed report of the physical surrounding you encountered in Hollywood 1975 A.D. to check for temporal displacement. I suggest hypnopharmacological assists to your memory. I must stress that any and all details are urgently needed.

3. Finally we have received encouraging results from Hercula. The two species seem to be integrating but a long distance must still be traveled before there is true equality. Can you make any contribution in the way of documentation on genetics and intelligence indices? Perhaps Dr. McCoy has data that was not included in your initial report.

I look forward to greeting you at HQ.

J. Briton

James Briton
Colonel, Mission Review
United Space Services

Date of Transmission 9/19

Notes: Golden Press Comic Collection - Actual title does not include 'The Enterprise Logs', but it is implied

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Trek or Treat


Author(s): Terry Flanagan and Eleanor Ehrhardt

Book Series: Comics/Humor
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1977
Condition: Good
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 0345256794

--Summary--
What's so funny about outer space?

Thumb -- and giggle -- your way through these Star Trek ticklers and find out -- as Captain Kirk, Mr. Spock, Dr. McCoy, Sulu, Uhura and the rest of the Earthlings, Vulcans, Klingons and outworlders cut up and cavort through a universe of fun!

Notes: None.

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Star Trek: The Motion Picture (Graphic Novel)


Author(s): Marv Wolfman - Script Editor, Dave Cockrum & Klaus Janson - Artists, John Costanza - Letterer, Marie Severin - Colorist, Jim Shooter & Ricard Marschall - Consulting Editors

Book Series: Comics/Humor
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1979
Condition: Very Good
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 0671835637

--Summary--
Stan Lee Presents: A Twenty-Third Century Odyssey!

Notes: Published and Printed by Marvel Comics in London, England

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My Stars!


Author(s): Michael C. Goodwin

Book Series: Comics/Humor
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1980
Condition: Very Good
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 0914350501

--Summary--
"A rollicking collection of deceptively simple sketches designed to tickle not your critical eye, but your fancy….I know of many recent books of science fiction that will pull you in deeper, perhaps enlighten you further, but none that will make you readily smile … or that you'll want to reread so often."
-Alan Dean Foster

Notes: A collection of cartoons that originally appeared in The Desert News, Salt Lake City, Utah between January 1977 and September 1977

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Star Trek Annual 1986


Author(s): No Author Listed

Book Series: Comics/Humor
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1986
Condition: Very Good
Printing: 1st
ISBN: N/A

--Summary--
None.

Notes: Contents include:

Ice Journey, Parts I & II
Furlough to Fury, Parts I & II

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Son of Monolith


Author(s): Michael C. Goodwin

Book Series: Comics/Humor
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1991
Condition: Very Good
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 0962943215

--Summary--
Meet the Outer Space Gang of SON OF MONOLITH!

THE GOOD GUYS. Those naïve, happy-go-lucky fellows from the planet Earth, boldly going where no one has gone before.

THE BAD GUYS. An unlucky bunch of saps, determined to conquer the universe no matter how badly mangled they get.

THE UFO. Keen observers, seekers of wisdom and truth. They don't always find it, but it must be out there somewhere.

OUTER SPACE MONSTER. A hungry and vicious predator. Will eat anything and everything. It's a good thing he's not too bright.

ASTEROIDS. The Kamikaze Warriors of the universe. Masters of the hit and run. Probably the most intelligent of the lot.

THE MONOLITH. A mysterious creature of the galactic abyss. The holder of the keys to the universe. Too bad he's always getting lost.

These and other fanciful creations await you in the delightfully askew universe of Michael Goodwin. Journey with him to a new dimension of Science Fiction fun and frivolity on board spaceships at once familiar and strange. An unforgettable voyage.

Notes: Second of two Comic-Strip type books

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Star Trekker


Author(s): Atelier Lana

Book Series: Comics/Humor
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1991
Condition: Very Good
Printing: 1st
ISBN: B0006OVFWC

--Summary--
Attention all members of the Federation!

The Constellation II is ready to leave dry dock for space. It is being commanded by Commander Aya Nakajima and her crew of misfits.

Join in on the fun as the crew have endless parties, go back in time to eat whale, fight Klingons for fun, face off with the famous crew of the Enterprise, and much, much more.

See why the U.S.S. Enterprise is the only focus of the Star Trek series.

Notes: Translated from a Japanese/Manga/Anime series of Star Trek parodies.

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The Best of Star Trek


Author(s): Mike Barr, Diane Duane, Peter David, Tom Sutton, Dan Jurgens, Curt Swan, James Fry, and Gordon Purcell

Book Series: Comics/Humor
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1991
Condition: Very Good
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 1563890097

--Summary--
None

Notes: Compilation of the "Best of" Star Trek - DC Comics

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Trek Toons


Author(s): Mark Lister, editor

Book Series: Comics/Humor
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1991
Condition: Very Good
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 0962957003

--Summary--
Laughter, the final frontier…

Scan…
the Warped minds of today's funniest comic artists as they lampoon your favorite science-fiction movies and shows!

Boldly…
snicker like you never have before

Notes: None.

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Comics Interview: Star Trek!


Author(s): David Anthony Craft, editor

Book Series: Comics/Humor
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1992
Condition: Very Good
Printing: 1st
ISBN: N/A

--Summary--
Featuring:

Majel Barrett Roddenberry
Walter Koenig
Colm Meaney
George Takei
Cirroc Lofton
James Doohan
Michael Dorn
Star Trek SPFX
Star Trek Virtual Reality

And More!

Notes: As the title suggests, a 'Comic Book' Interview book

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Star Trek IX: New Trek Tech. Talk Tome


Author(s): Roy Merkle - I think

Book Series: Comics/Humor
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1992
Condition: Mint
Printing: 1st
ISBN: N/A

--Summary--
Includes ships and equipment never seen in any Star Trek episode or movie!!

Position and function of every single button, switch, knob, handgrip, weapon, sensor, and bit of equipment to be found in the Federation!!

With Pull-Off Star Trek: The EST Generation Poster Sticker

Notes: Technical Manual Parody with numerous illustrations.

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Star Trek: Debt of Honor


Author(s): Chris Claremont, Adam Hughes, Karl Story, and Tom McGraw

Book Series: Comics/Humor
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1992
Condition: Very Good
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 1563890313

--Summary--
Captain Kirk and the crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise find themselves teamed with the Klingons and Romulans to fight a galactic threat that no government dares admit exists...

A stunning 96-page adventure, celebrating Star Trek's ongoing legacy by the top talents in the comics business today.

Notes: DC Comics

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The Wrath of Trektoons


Author(s): Mark Lister, editor

Book Series: Comics/Humor
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1992
Condition: Very Good
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 0962957011

--Summary--
Hooked you again!

You bought the first volume of Trektoons like crazy. Like big shots we all went out and bought big houses and fancy cars. Now we're up to our -er- necks in debt and you know what that means…

ONCE again American's funniest comic artists sophisticatedly satirize (and take cheap shots at) your most beloved science-fiction movies and shows. Clear some space on your coffee table for THE WRATH OF TREKTOONS!

Notes: None.

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The Search for Trektoons


Author(s): Mark Lister, editor

Book Series: Comics/Humor
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1993
Condition: Very Good
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 096295702X

--Summary--
You May Have Already Won $1,000,000.00!

If NOT, so what! Buying this book will make you feel like a million dollars! Or at least like a hundred dollars, which is over ten times the purchase price. So, how can you go wrong?

ONCE again, America's funniest comic artists sophisticatedly satirize (and take cheap shots at) your most beloved science-fiction movies and shows. Make room in your bathroom magazine rack for

The Search for TREKTOONS

Notes: None.

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The Sev Trek Collective


Author(s): John Cook

Book Series: Comics/Humor
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1998
Condition: Mint
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 0646358359

--Summary--
The Sev Trek Collective is a compilation of satirical cartoons published on the Sev Trek web site www.sev.com.au by Australian cartoonist John Cook. Featuring 80 pages of cartoons, parody and comic strips, this book is the collaborative effort of thousands of 'Sevilians' from all over the world.

Enter the Sev Trek Collective and you will:

* Explore the Sev Trek universe to finally discover where they keep the toilets, why the French Captain Pickhard speaks with an English accent and how Sev Trek spaceships go 'whoosh' in the vacuum of space!

* Find out how a Sev Trek cartoon is created and digitally coloured.

* Read the never before seen Forager epic 'Send in the Clones'!

Assimilate this book to boldly split your sides where no Sev Trekker has been side split before!

"This book was the highlight of my day!"
--Captain Schidzo

"You will be assimilated into the Sev Trek Collective. Resistance IS futile."
--Ten out of Ten

"The humour is illogical and yet…fascinating!"
--Spook

"The Sev Trek Collective is fully functional."
-Beta

"THERE ARE FOUR LIGHTS!!!"
--Captain Pickhard

"This book is a disgrace, my hair-do is nowhere near that big!"
--Captain Gainweight

"It's dead funny, Gym!!"
--Dr. McCorduroy

"I strongly recommend reading…the Sev Trek Collectives…and furthemore…"
--Captain Gym Quirk

Notes: Imported from Australia

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Star Trek: The Next Generation: Forgiveness


Author(s): David Brin (writer) Scott Hampton (painter)

Book Series: Comics/Humor
Book Number:

Copyright: ©2001
Condition: Mint
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 1563899183

--Summary--
Colin Blakeney, 21st century inventor of the technology that will give the Earth the transporter and the holodeck, is the victim of a treacherous attack that beams him out of his world... and into forever.

Three hundred years later, the crew of the USS Enterprise NCC-1701-E spot a stray transporter beam in deep space. On their way to an encounter with the Palami -- a hostile race that may be preparing for interstellar war -- Captain Picard and crew have other things on their minds, but realizing there's a living being inside the wayward beam, they bring it aboard... and encounter a mystery for the ages!

The inventor of the technology that will give the Earth the transporter and the holodeck, caught in a web of betrayal, is beamed into space toward a dangerous rendezvous three hundred years in his future...

... as the crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise tensely prepares for an encounter that may erupt in new waves of interstellar war, when the Federation can least afford it. What they don't need now is a distraction -- or another crisis.

Notes: Hardcover Graphic Novel

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Star Trek: The Key Collection


Author(s): Mark Thompson, publishing editor

Book Series: Comics/Humor
Book Number:

Copyright: ©2004
Condition: Mint
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 0974166448

--Summary--
Star Trek comics debuted in 1967, the year after the original televison series premiered, and continued on an irregular serial schedule until 1979 under Western Publishing's Gold Key imprint (newsprint paperback collections dubbed "The Enterprise Logs" were also printed in the 1970s.)

The comics feature the original Starship Enterprise crew (Kirk, Spock, McCoy, Scott, Sulu, et al) in Star Trek adventures which couldn't be produced in any other medium and remain available nowhere else.

Eventually, sixty full-color issues would be published. This, Checker's first collection, includes the original issues one through eight, featuring art by Nevio Zaccara (issues 1 and 2) and Alberto Giolitti (issues 3-8).

Though writing credits on the first eight issues were not given, subsequent writers for these rare comic gems included Len Wein, George Kashdan and Doug Drexler.

Featuring the stories:

The Planet of No Return
The Devil's Isle in Space
Invasion of the City Builders
The Peril of Planet Quick Change
The Ghost Planet
The Youth Trap … and more

Notes: A re-print of the Star Trek Enterprise Logs comic books from the early 70's.

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Star Trek: The Key Collection: Volume 2


Author(s): Mark Thompson, publishing editor

Book Series: Comics/Humor
Book Number:

Copyright: ©2004
Condition: Mint
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 0971024987

--Summary--
Star Trek comics debuted in 1967, the year after the original televison series premiered, and continued on an irregular serial schedule until 1979 under Western Publishing's Gold Key imprint.

The comics feature the original Starship Enterprise crew (Kirk, Spock, McCoy, Scott, Sulu, et al) in Star Trek adventures which couldn't be produced in any other medium and remain available nowhere else.

Eventually, sixty full-color issues would be published. This, Checker's second collection, includes the original issues nine through sixteen, dating from 1971-1972, and features art by Alberto Giolitti. These Trek issues were also among the early works of renowned comics writer Len Wein, best known as the co-creator of Swamp Thing and the New X-Men - including Wolverine. He also went on to write Justice League of America, Spider-Man, Fantastic Four, Batman, Superman and many, many others.

Featuring the stories:

The Legacy of Lazarus
Scepter of the Sun
The Brain Shockers
The Flight of the Buccaneer
Dark Traveler
The Enterprise Mutiny
Museum at the End of Time
Day of the Inquisitors

Notes: A re-print of the Star Trek Enterprise Logs comic books from the early 70's.

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Star Trek Jokes and Various Humor of the Federation


Author(s): Jennifer Geoghan

Book Series: Comics/Humor
Book Number:

Copyright: ©2005
Condition: Mint
Printing: 1st
ISBN: N/A

--Summary--
No rights implied.
After all, who would be crazy enough to take credit for this!

Notes: None.

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Star Trek: The Key Collection: Volume 3


Author(s): Mark Thompson, publishing editor

Book Series: Comics/Humor
Book Number:

Copyright: ©2005
Condition: Mint
Printing: 1st
ISBN:

--Summary--
Star Trek comics debuted in 1967, the year after the original televison series premiered, and continued on an irregular serial schedule until 1979 under Western Publishing's Gold Key imprint (newsprint paperback collections dubbed "The Enterprise Logs" were also printed in the 1970s.)

The comics feature the original crew of the Starship Enterprise (Kirk, Spock, McCoy, Sulu, Scotty, et al) in Star Trek adventures which were too ambitious, and on too large a visual scale to be produced as television.

Eventually, sixty full-color issues would be published. This, Checker's third collection, includes original issues beginning with #17, dating from the early to mid-1970s. All the art is by Alberto Giolitti, and the stories are penned by members of Gold Key's bullpen -- a diverse group of old comics and pulp fiction hands.

Featuring the stores:

The Cosmic Cavemen
The Hijacked Planet
The Haunter Asteroid
A World Gone Mad
The Mummies of Heitius VIII
Siege in Superspace
Child's Play
The Trial of Captain Kirk

Notes: A re-print of the Star Trek Enterprise Logs comic books from the early 70's.

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Star Trek: The Key Collection: Volume 4


Author(s): Mark Thompson, publishing editor

Book Series: Comics/Humor
Book Number:

Copyright: ©2005
Condition: Mint
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 1933160128

--Summary--
Star Trek comics debuted in 1967, the year after the original televison series premiered, and continued on an irregular serial schedule until 1979 under Western Publishing's Gold Key imprint.

The comics feature the original crew of the Starship Enterprise (Kirk, Spock, McCoy, Sulu, Scott et al) in Star Trek adventures which were too ambitious, and on too large a visual scale to be produced as television.

Eventually, sixty full-color issues would be published. This fourth collection of Checker's comprehensive reprinting of the Gold Key series includes original issues 25-33, collecting original Star Trek stories that were originally published from 1974 to 1975.

Featuring the stories:

The Final Truth
The Perfect Dream
Ice Journey
The Mimicking Menace
And More...

Notes: A re-print of the Star Trek Enterprise Logs comic books from the early 70's.

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Star Trek: The Key Collection: Volume 5


Author(s): Mark Thompson, publishing editor

Book Series: Comics/Humor
Book Number:

Copyright: ©2006
Condition: Mint
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 1933160136

--Summary--
STAR TREK* comics debuted in 1967, the year after the original television series premiered, and continued on a somewhat irregular serial schedule until 1979 under Western Publishing's Gold Key imprint.

The comics feature the original crew of the STARSHIP ENTERPRISE™ (Kirk, Spock, McCoy, Sulu. Scott et al) in STAR TREK adventures which were too ambitious, and on too large a visual scale to be produced as television.

Eventually, sixty full-color issues would be published. This fifth collection of Checker's comprehensive reprinting of the Gold Key series includes issues 34,36,38,39 and 40-43. Issues 35 and 37 wer6 reprints of previous STAR TREK comics, and can be found in Checker's previous STAR TREK volumes. STAR TREK: The Key Collection Volume 5 compiles original Star Trek stories that were originally published from 1975 to 1977.

Featuring the stories:

The Psychocrystals
A Bomb in Time
One of Our Captains is Missing!
Prophet of Peace
Furlough to Fury
The Evictors
World Against Time
The World Beneath the Waves

Notes: A re-print of the Star Trek Enterprise Logs comic books from the early 70's.

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