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The Gola

Stardate 5470 / A Mirror for Futility

The U.S.S. Enterprise encounters two war vessels that have been a war so long no one on either side lives and only the two vessels shoot at each other in a never ending battle run by their on board computers. Captain James Kirk and his crew trick the ships into leaving Federation space.

Stardate 6134.6 / The Time Stealer

The Enterprise encounters a giant space entity known as the Gola that warps time. When Spock discovers that it is an infant the crew takes it home. They also run into two fellow humans from Earth who left the planet in the age of the barbarians and still live as such.

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Sulu Page 10 This comic has two stories A Mirror for Futility and the Time Stealer.  I gave this book two stars.  The first story was pretty good but the second was awful.    A Mirror for Futility This is a very Star Trek anti war story about two races that fought a war so long that their automated systems keep fighting it.  Using the poker style of being a Captain Kirk is able to keep the war out of Federation space.  I liked this story but it was not awesome.  There was nothing that made ...

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