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Nancy Bryce
Stardate 8145.3 - Stardate 8148.9
James Kirk gets regular command as Captain of the The U.S.S. Enterprise.  He and the crew is assigned to investigate the disappearance of the U.S.S. Gallant, near the Klingon Neutral Zone. There the Enterprise will face a new threat from the Klingon Empire led by none other than Koloth himself.  This could turn the balance of power in the sector on its head.
Side Notes
This books takes place right after the second Star Trek film ( Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan).  The Crew has also taken on two new crewman.  William Bearclaw and Nancy Bryce Christine Chapel is also on board even though she was not seen in the second film.  Spock of course is dead and Pavel Chekov does not appear in the book but is featured on the cover so after reading this issue Checkov could either be on the crew or remain a member of the U.S.S. Reliant.  
Saavik has taken Spock's role and it appears that after this issue Bearclaw and Bryce have taken Chekov's role.  Bryce is seen at Chekov's old post.

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I got this comic as part of an "Every Star Trek Comic Ever" Digital Bundle, which means I didn't appreciate it when the writer used his "Personal Log" in this issue to insult the previous Star Trek series (presumably the Gold Key one). Thanks Mike W. Barr, I was going to read that! Now I know it's not good! Just kidding, I had already read one issue, I knew it wasn't good.Anyway, the issue itself was okay, with some glaring exceptions. Most of the problems with this issue have to do with it's sl...

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These stories don't exist.....or do they? 0

New Crewman: Bearclaw I love Star Trek.  However I'm not the biggest fan of the original crew.  I only ever watched the show and the films because of my father being a fan.  Now not being the biggest fan does not mean I hated it.  I liked many of the characters like Spock and McCoy and this comic takes place after one of the best Star Trek films ever (Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan).  All of these enter into my review of a nearly thirty year old comic.  Star Trek has grown so much and  has bec...

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