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Subject: [DC Comics] Star Trek: The Next Generation (mini-series) 01 Feb 88 Where no man has gone before Exploring a new sector, the Enterprise is invited to open diplomatic relations but the ship and away team are attacked. Children appear and send the attackers home to their quarters. The children are adults, and the adults are children playing war games. (Michael Carlin; Pablo Marcos and Carlos Garzon) 02 Mar 88 Spirit in the sky It's Christmas Eve and off-duty personnel are getting ready to party when the Enterprise encounters an alien vessel searching for an energy creature that has boarded the ship. The alien crew is invited to join the celebration while the jolly energy creature spreads good cheer throughout the Enterprise. (Michael Carlin; Pablo Marcos, Carlos Garzon and Arne Starr) 03 Apr 88 Q Factor, 1 En route to the mythical planet Faltos, the Enterprise encounters an apparently unmanned ship. The away team is attacked by unseen assailants and Q ("Encounter at Farpoint") appears. Q goads Picard into doing battle with the ship. The saucer section is separated from the drive and then disappears, but Q claims no responsibility. (Michael Carlin; Pablo Marcos, Carlos Garzon and Arne Starr) 04 May 88 Q's day, 2 Riker, in command of the saucer section, meets the rest of the Q Continuum, while Picard has to deal with Q. Q loses his powers and accidentally kills Geordi during a suicide attempt. (Michael Carlin; Pablo Marcos, Carlos Garzon and Arne Starr) 05 Jun 88 Q effects, 3 Q passes the Q Continuum's test and restores order to the situation. (Michael Carlin; Pablo Marcos, Carlos Garzon and Arne Starr) 06 Jul 88 Here today Data has been programmed by Prof. Soong to find Faltos. On arrival, the Enterprise learns that it can never leave. The secret to escaping Faltos is found hidden in Data's information banks. (Michael Carlin; Pablo Marcos, Carlos Garzon and Arne Starr)
Subject: [DC Comics] Star Trek: The Next Generation 01 Oct 89 Return to Raimon, 1 Picard is invited to attend the death celebration of the primarch of Raimon. The primarch is murdered and Picard is accused of the crime. TNG stardate guide. (Michael Jan Friedman; Pablo Marcos; Jerome Moore) 02 Nov 89 Murder, most foul, 2 Accused of murder, Picard must endure trial by combat. Riker insists on standing in for Picard, while the Enterprise crew investigates the murder. (Michael Jan Friedman; Pablo Marcos;) 03 Dec 89 The derelict, 1 The Enterprise encounters a derelict starship. An away team led by Riker is trapped on board. The derelict, designed to collect biological samples, takes off with Enterprise in pursuit. (Michael Jan Friedman; Pablo Marcos; Jerome Moore) 04 Jan 90 The hero factor, 2 All but two members of the away team have been placed in stasis by the derelict collector. Worf and assistant chief engineer McRobb must disable the vessel that has imprisoned them. (Michael Jan Friedman; Pablo Marcos; Jerome Moore) 05 Feb 90 Serafin's survivors, 1 The Enterprise rescues colonists from a planet torn apart by natural disasters. The colonists were suffering from a genetic disease but are now completely healthy. Troi is suspicious of their behavior, including Geordi's former lover. Dr. Crusher returns from Starfleet Medical in this issue. (Michael Jan Friedman; Pablo Marcos; Jerome Moore) 06 Mar 90 Shadows in the garden, 2 The surviving colonists must feed by taking life energy from other beings. Once Geordi discover's the truth from his old friend, the other colonists turn on her, and attempt to escape. (Michael Jan Friedman; Pablo Marcos;) 07 Apr 90 The pilot, 1 On a famine relief mission, Enterprise is boarded by intruders from another ship who kidnap Data. The pilot of the pirate ship is an android who wants Data's body for his own. This issue begins a loosely-connected story arc which concludes with issue 12. (Michael Jan Friedman; Gordon Purcell, Pablo Marcos;) 08 May 90 The battle within, 2 While Data struggles with the pilot for control of his android body, Riker beams aboard the pirate ship to try and disable its navigational interface. (Michael Jan Friedman; Gordon Purcell, Pablo Marcos; Jerome Moore) 09 Jun 90 The pay off Picard disobeys orders to divert to a planet which has a cure for the deadly disease contracted by Dr. Crusher. He must outwit the Ferengi, to obtain the cure. Elsewhere, a ship identified as the Enterprise destroys another Federation vessel. (Michael Jan Friedman; Pablo Marcos; Eric Peterson) 10 Jul 90 The noise of justice, 1 While awaiting results of an investigation, Picard reflects on his life, including the occasion when he is knifed through the heart. Evidence is found contradicting his statement of innocence, so Picard is bound over for court martial until another Enterprise is sighted in a distant sector of space. (Michael Jan Friedman; Pablo Marcos;) 11 Aug 90 The impostor, 2 The impostor Enterprise has destroyed another Federation vessel. Data discovers that the rogue ship is following a course of previous Enterprise missions and determines its next heading. When Enterprise meets the impostor, the impostor anticipates Picard's every move until he turns command over to Riker, and the impostor flees. (Michael Jan Friedman; Pablo Marcos;) 12 Sep 90 Whoever fights monsters, 3 The impostor Enterprise turns out to be a single alien organism. Troi must make it understand that its actions have killed thousands of beings. (Michael Jan Friedman; Pablo Marcos; Jerome Moore) 13 Oct 90 The hand of the assassin The Enterprise hosts two monarchs who are fighting for control of their world. Because their race is telepathic, elaborate security precautions are in place, but an assassin manages to take control of O'Brien. O'Brien's actions at the regular poker game are the key to foiling the assassin's plans. (Michael Jan Friedman; Pablo Marcos; Jerome Moore, T. Wood) 14 Dec 90 Holiday on ice, 1 During shore leave on an ice planet, Geordi and Riker come across a hidden Ferengi base. Both are captured by the Ferengi. (Michael Jan Friedman; Pablo Marcos; Jerome Moore, T. Wood) 15 Jan 91 Prisoners of the Ferengi, 2 Worf and Data lead a search party to find Riker and Geordi, who have escaped from their Ferengi guards. The Ferengi are mining illegally and the Enterprise crew must deal with the situation. (Michael Jan Friedman; Pablo Marcos; Jerome Moore, T. Wood) 16 Feb 91 I have heard the mermaids singing, 1 The Enterprise investigates a maelstrom near the Romulan neutral zone. After a tremendous surge of power, the maelstrom disappears, leaving the Enterprise damaged. Crew members begin behaving strangely and when sensors are restored, they discover that the ship has drifted into the neutral zone. (Michael Jan Friedman; Pablo Marcos; Jerome Moore, T. Wood) 17 Mar 91 The weapon, 2 The Romulans detect the Enterprise in the neutral zone. They also detect energy beings on the Enterprise and decide that a new type of weapon is being tested. Picard communicates with the energy beings and learns that they were pulled through the maelstrom. He invites them to visit the Romulans and the Enterprise is able to leave the neutral zone. (Michael Jan Friedman; Ken Penders, Pablo Marcos; Jerome Moore) 18 Apr 91 Forbidden fruit One of Wesley's experiments goes awry, with dire consequences for the Enterprise and an entire planet. Data must travel back in time to persuade Wesley to halt his experiment. (Dave Stern, Mike O'Brien; Mike Manley, Robert Campanella; Jerome Moore) 19 May 91 The lesson Vignettes of life on the Enterprise -- Dr. Crusher feeling old on her birthday; Troi determined to cheer up Dr. Crusher; Riker teaches a history lesson; and Worf views a message from his bond-brother, Jeremy Aster ("The Bonding"). (Michael Jan Friedman; Peter Krause, Pablo Marcos; Jerome Moore, Tatjana Wood) 20 Jun 91 The flight of the Albert Einstein, Lost shuttle 1 While the Enterprise delivers a medical team to one colony, a shuttle piloted by Wesley, with Riker, Worf, Dr. Selar ("The Schizoid Man") and others aboard, heads for a second colony with emergency medical supplies. The shuttle is swallowed by a subspace vortex and disappears. (Michael Jan Friedman; Peter Krause, Pablo Marcos; Jerome Moore) 21 Jul 91 Mourning star, 2 After conducting a search, The Enterprise must give up on the lost shuttle. Memorial services for the lost crew members are conducted. Aboard the shuttle, Riker is in stable condition with serious wounds. The shuttle encounters a structure constructed of many ships, both familiar and alien. (Michael Jan Friedman; Peter Krause, Pablo Marcos; Jerome Moore) 22 Aug 91 Trapped, 3 The Enterprise is assigned to help evacuate a water-breathing race from their home planet. Troi discovers that the natives have something to hide. The shuttle is captured by a tractor beam and reeled into the ship structure. There are two groups living in the structure, all from other ships drawn into the vortex, and only one is friendly to the Federation. (Michael Jan Friedman; Peter Krause, Pablo Marcos; Jerome Moore) 23 Sep 91 The barrier, 4 Troi discovers a sentient race, imprisoned by another race, to be left behind by the evacuation. The shuttle crew joins the group that reeled them in to defend against an attack by the hostile group. They are fighting for possession of a ship which may be able to take them back to civilization. (Michael Jan Friedman; Peter Krause, Pablo Marcos; Jerome Moore) 24 Oct 91 Homecoming, 5 The Enterprise concludes its rescue mission while the shuttle crew finds its way back to Klingon space in an alien ship, with all of the inhabitants of the lost ships. 25th anniversary double issue. (Michael Jan Friedman; Peter Krause, Pablo Marcos; Jerome Moore) 25 Nov 91 Family reunion, Return of Okona 1 Jeremy Aster, Worf's bond-brother, and Alexander ("Reunion") meet on Earth. The Enterprise comes across Okona's ("The Outrageous Okona") abandoned ship and traces his path to a planet light years away. An away team beams down to find Okona. When they materialize, they are wearing ancient Egyptian-like garb. (Michael Jan Friedman; Peter Krause, Pablo Marcos; Jerome Moore, Tom McCraw) 26 Dec 91 Strangers in strange lands, 2 Jeremy helps Alexander learn a little about being Klingon. The away team finds Okona and makes contact with the Enterprise, but can't beam out. They must take to the streets of a mysterious and lethal city. (Michael Jan Friedman; Peter Krause, Pablo Marcos; Jerome Moore) 27 Jan 92 The final battle, 3 Okona and the away team face numerous life-threatening hazards until they meet a guide who takes them out of the city. The Enterprise learns that the city is a memorial to a long-dead monarch. Visitors are given an exciting guided tour before being allowed to leave. (Michael Jan Friedman; Peter Krause, Pablo Marcos; Jerome Moore, Tom McCraw) 28 Feb 92 The remembered one, 4 It has been a year since K'Ehleyr died ("Reunion") and Worf mourns for her. Okona decides that he can't ask Dr. Crusher to dinner, because Wesley is a friend. A passing alien energy life form detects Worf's grief and freezes the Enterprise, appearing as K'Ehleyr to Worf. Both learn a lesson about themselves and about each other. (Michael Jan Friedman; Peter Krause, Pablo Marcos; Jerome Moore, Tom McCraw) 29 Mar 92 Honor bound An old friend traveling with his son, contacts Picard and asks to come aboard the Enterprise. They are being pursued by warriors demanding the son's execution for an accidental death. Data resolves the situation with assistance from Wesley. (Kevin Ryan; Carlos Garzon; Carlos Garzon) 30 Apr 92 The rift, 1 Riker risks everything to help a space station before it is swallowed by a wormhole. All station personnel are transported to the Enterprise, but Riker is still aboard when it enters the wormhole. On the other side, he discovers others who have been trapped and who are now insubstantial ghosts of their former selves. (Michael Jan Friedman; Carlos Garzon, Pablo Marcos; Jerome Moore) 31 May 92 Kingdom of the damned, 2 While Riker works from the other side of the rift, Enterprise engineers discover that the station's shields are still intact and they devise a successful plan to retreive him. (Michael Jan Friedman; Carlos Garzon, Pablo Marcos; Jerome Moore) 32 Jun 92 Wet behind the ears LaForge and Ensign Sonya Gomez ("Q Who") are assigned to an Academy training mission as on-board advisors. During the mission, the training crew discovers a secret installation belonging to the Catarr, who are hostile to the Federation. The Catarr attack and LaForge is knocked unconscious. Gomez takes command of the cadet ship and outmaneuvers the Catarr. (Michael Jan Friedman; Peter Krause, Pablo Marcos; Jerome Moore) 33 Jul 92 The way of the warrior, 1 The Enterprise is transporting the Ysalanti delagation to Starbase 85 for Federation-mediated peace negotiatons with the Malakhai. Q arrives and decides to turn the entire crew into Klingons. (Michael Jan Friedman; Ken Penders, Pablo Marcos; Jerome Moore) 34 Jul 92 Devil's brew, 2 The Klingon crew of the Enterprise begin losing control of their emotions. Q continues to taunt Picard. The Ysalanti, who hate Klingons, decide to do something about getting back home. Guinan and Data are still themselves, and Guinan demonstrates to Q that she is still in charge of Ten Forward. (Michael Jan Friedman; Ken Penders, Pablo Marcos;) 35 Aug 92 The dogs of war, 3 The Ysalanti attempt to steal a shuttlecraft while Riker punches out Picard and promotes himself to Captain. Worf discusses matters with Data and his cat, and decides that as the only real Klingon on board, he must take control of the situation. Worf punches out Riker, restores order, and Q gives up, turning the crew back into their normal selves. (Michael Jan Friedman; Ken Penders, Pablo Marcos; Jason Palmer) 36 Aug 92 Shore leave in Shanzibar, 1 Picard reluctantly agrees to shore leave on Shanzibar, when Ardra's ("Devil's Due") ship is found in orbit. At a tavern, Picard, Troi, Geordi, and Ro ("Ensign Ro") start a brawl, get arrested, and wind up in jail, where they find Ardra. (Michael Jan Friedman; Peter Krause, Pablo Marcos; Jason Palmer) 37 Sep 92 Consorting with the devil, 2 Ardra has been imprisoned for learning of a plot to loot the royal treasury of Shanzibar and kill the king. She persuades Picard to help her break out of jail and expose the plot. TNG stardate guide, third revision. (Michael Jan Friedman; Peter Krause, Pablo Marcos; Jason Palmer) 38 Sep 92 Dirty work, 3 After sneaking into the king's palace, Ardra and Picard use a laundry cart to get to the king. Using the long-range hologram projectors on Ardra's ship, they expose the plot to kill the king and are rewarded handsomely. While looking for the Captain, Riker and Worf start a brawl of their own. (Michael Jan Friedman; Peter Krause, Pablo Marcos; Jason Palmer) 39 Oct 92 Bridges, 1 The Enterprise is sent to investigate a moon-sized object on the outskirts of Federation space. While an away team begins their investigation, the Sztazzan arrive. (Michael Jan Friedman; Peter Krause, Pablo Marcos; Jason Palmer, Karl Kesel) 40 Nov 92 Bone of contention, 2 The Sztazzan order the Enterprise to leave. Picard has Riker take the saucer section to safety, while he remains on the battle section to deal with the threat and retrieve the away team. The Sztazzan begin firing on both sections. A stray shot hits the artifact, it energizes, and the saucer section disappears. (Michael Jan Friedman; Peter Krause, Pablo Marcos; Jason Palmer, Karl Kesel) 41 Dec 92 Separation anxiety, 3 Transported to an unexplored sector of space, the saucer section and the Sztazzan flagship head for a nearby planet. Dr. Crusher leads an away team to the planet's surface. The Sztazzan once again order Picard to leave the area, but he declines. Aboard the artifact, a massive power buildup may lead to an explosion. (Michael Jan Friedman; Rob Davis, Pablo Marcos; Jason Palmer, Karl Kesel) 42 Jan 93 Second chances, 4 While the battle section draws fire from the Sztazzan, the away team on board the artifact must try to slow down the power buildup. The saucer section away team discovers the control center and computer archives of the artifact's creators. They learn how they might get back, but can't take advantage of the knowledge alone. (Michael J. Friedman; Peter Krause, Pablo Marcos; Jason Palmer, Karl Kesel) 43 Feb 93 Strange bedfellows, 5 The Sztazzan and the saucer section cooperate to get back to the artifact. The Sztazzan commander and Picard agree to cease hostilities and open discussion for joint exploration of the artifact. (Michael Jan Friedman; Peter Krause, Pablo Marcos; Jason Palmer, Karl Kesel) 44 Mar 93 Restoration, 6 A day-in-the-life wrap-up following the Sztazzan conflict. The crew joins Ensign Ro in celebrating a Bajoran holiday. (Michael Jan Friedman; Peter Krause, Pablo Marcos; Jason Palmer, Karl Kesel) 45 Apr 93 Childish things The medical team that developed Geordi's visor is aboard the Enterprise to perform the same operation on an alien price, in hopes of improving relations with his people. Unfortunately, someone wants him dead. (Michael Jan Friedman, Kevin Ryan; Chuck Frazier, Pablo Marcos; Jason Palmer, Jerome Moore) 46 May 93 The maze A tyrant invites the Federation to discuss normalizing relations and requests the Enterprise. Picard, Geordi, Riker, and Data beam to the surface and are taken prisoner. While Riker, Geordi, and Data make their way through a deadly maze, Picard must try and understand what kind of game the tyrant is playing. (Michael Jan Friedman, Kevin Ryan; Carlos Garzon, Pablo Marcos;) 47 Jun 93 The worst of both worlds, 1 While delivering supplies to a planet near Wolf 359, the Enterprise is drawn into a time-space anomaly. Data determines that the ship is still in the same sector of space but in a parallel universe. Sensors indicate that an approaching vessel is the battle section of a Galaxy-class starship. The entire bridge crew is transported to the battle section where they meet Capt. Riker and the remaining members of his Enterprise crew. They are the last Federation vessel still operating in defiance of the Borg, who have assimilated most of Earth's population. Capt. Riker asks for help to free Earth from the Borg. (Michael Jan Friedman; Peter Krause, Pablo Marcos; Rod Whigham, Jerome Moore) 48 Jul 93 The belly of the beast, 2 Commander Shelby, Wesley Crusher, O'Brien and several others from the battle section beam aboard the bridge of the Enterprise to take command. Shelby reluctantly continues to take orders from Capt. Riker. Picard decides to help Capt. Riker and asks that Dr. Crusher beam over to the battle section also. O'Brien and Wesley find Dr. Crusher with Keiko and Molly. Molly thinks O'Brien is her daddy but Keiko and Dr. Crusher recognize them as different people. Wesley escorts the doctor to the transporter. Dr. Crusher learns that Wesley's mom has probably been assimilated by the Borg and she vows to help. Picard and Data volunteer to find Locutus aboard the Borg ship and bring him back. While the Enterprise and the battle section provide cover, Picard and Data board the Borg vessel only to discover that Locutus is not present. (Michael Jan Friedman; Peter Krause, Pablo Marcos; Rod Whigham, Jerome Moore) 49 Aug 93 The armies of the night, 3 Picard and Data barely escape the Borg ship. Locutus is found on Earth, at Starfleet Headquarters. Capt. Riker and Picard decide to send a larger away team to try and bring back Locutus. Shelby, on the Enterprise, is assigned the task of decoying the Borg vessel. She is willing to go along but is also planning independent action. Picard, Commander Riker, Data, and both Worfs beam to Starfleet Headquarters in San Francisco where they witness humans being assimilated. They find Locutus, but must fight to get to him. After capturing Locutus, the away team beams out, but the Borg wound, and perhaps kill one of the Worfs. (Michael Jan Friedman; Peter Krause, Pablo Marcos; Jason Palmer, Jerome Moore) 50 Sep 93 And death shall have no dominion, 4 Worf, from the battle section crew, has died like a warrior. The Borg ship begins chasing the battle section. Both Rikers head for the bridge to deal with the Borg ship while Picard, Data, and the others attempt to link with the Borg mind-net through Locutus, as they did once before. Data gives the "sleep" command, but this mind-net has better access barriers and it fails. Judging Capt. Riker's plan a failure, Shelby mutinies. She abandons the battle section to its fate and turns the Enterprise back to Earth. Wesley and O'Brien defy her orders and are forced to stun her. Concentrating on destroying the battle section, the Borg ship leaves itself open to attack from the rear by Enterprise. Determined to enlist the aid of the imprisoned spirit of his counterpart, Picard whispers something to Locutus. Picard/Locutus responds with the word "eat". Data sends the "eat" command to the Borg consciousness. All Borg activity stops as every Borg tries to feed, draining all power from the Borg ship and destroying the mind-net link to Earth. Capt. Riker reassures Picard that he will help the Enterprise return to its own universe. The crews of each ship make their farewells. In the battle section sickbay, Picard's counterpart awakens and warns Picard that the rift is closing. Picard/Locutus had used the power of the Borg consciousness to create the rifts, hoping that someone would come to help. Both ships rush to the closing rift. On board the battle section, O'Brien is found in a cargo hold, stunned by a phaser. His counterpart has beamed aboard the Enterprise to be with a family once again, but he gives himself up and returns to the battle section. With their O'Brien safely aboard, the Enterprise returns home. Double-sized issue. (Michael Jan Friedman; Peter Krause, Pablo Marcos, Romeo Tanghal; Jason Palmer) 51 Oct 93 Lifesigns Investigating an unexpected supernova, an Enterprise away team discovers an exposed shelter on a nearby planet. The shelter was originally two kilometers below the surface and Troi senses some kind of life inside. She touches the shelter and is knocked unconscious by an energy discharge. Troi recovers in sickbay and Dr. Pulaski ("The Child") finds no damage. Data and Geordi use the ship's phasers to cut the shelter open but don't find any life forms. When the away team beams back to the ship, several energy creatures from the shelter transport with them and enter the ship's systems. The creatures begin draining power from the ship while the nearby star shows signs of going nova again. Troi communicates with the creatures and learns that they feed on stellar nova and were responsible for the nova under investigation. To prevent them from using the Enterprise to travel through Federation space creating supernovae, Data devises a scheme to contain the creatures. He succeeds, but it nearly costs him his life and Troi senses something in Data for the first time. (Judith and Garfield Reeves-Stevens; Peter Krause, Mike Christian; Jerome Moore) 52 Oct 93 The rich and the dead, 1 The Enterprise arrives at Beta Maradi Seven where the crew will take shore leave. Picard and Dr. Crusher decide to stay aboard ship and enjoy a gift from Robert Picard, a Dixon Hill ("The Big Goodbye") holodeck adventure. Data leaves on a mission to pilot Judge Advocate General Phillipa Louvois ("The Measure of a Man") to a legal conference. Riker, Troi, Geordi, Worf, and Alexander pay a visit to the Bitinga Brothers circus. Dixon Hill and his associate, Red, have a client waiting for them at the office. After hearing the details of the case, they set out to question a suspect, but are confronted by an unwelcome old friend instead. (Michael Jan Friedman; Pablo Marcos; Jason Palmer, Jerome Moore) 53 Nov 93 Reductions & deductions, 2 Q throws a wrinkle into Picard's holodeck adventure. Worf and Troi are reduced to the size of a dust mote and placed in the clothing of Kartakkan, the humanoid cannonball. Unless Picard, as Dixon Hill, solves the mystery, Troi and Worf will die in flames or on impact with water. Hill and Red question several suspects and Hill announces that he knows who the guilty party is. Riker begins searching for Worf and Troi. Data and Capt. Louvois must travel through a radiation field to get to the legal conference. Their propulsion systems are thrown off-line by the radiation. Kartakkan readies himself for his flight through the jaws of death. (Michael Jan Friedman; Pablo Marcos;) 54 Nov 93 Hidden agendas, 3 Dixon Hill deduces who the murderer is, based upon the bottle of wine he and Red were served. They go back for proof and are caught by the murderer, but manage to get out of a tight situation. Q agrees to hold up his end of the bargain, and restore Troi and Worf to normal size. When Riker finds his shipmates, Troi is examining some cargo containers. She has sensed a semi-sentient species sealed in the container. Other rare animals are found in sealed containers. The circus performers, all smugglers, get the drop on the Enterprise crew, but Picard, still dressed as Dixon Hill arrives with a security team, to save the day. Picard muses about Q's real agenda during this visit while Data and Capt. Louvois repair their shuttle. As they begin to restore power, an oncoming ship is on a collision course with the shuttle. (Michael Jan Friedman; Pablo Marcos, Bob Pinaha;) 55 Dec 93 The good of the many Data and Capt. Louvois are uninjured after an alien ship collides with their disabled shuttlecraft. The occupants of the other vessel are not so lucky. A second alien vessel appears. Data and Louvois are arrested for "disproportionate destruction of lives" and brought to trial by the Terviorii. Their legal system is dedicated to the welfare of the majority and since nine individuals lost their lives, Data and Louvois have no defense. Data tries and fails to argue their case. Capt. Louvois argues that Data is a unique life-form, the sole representative of his race, therefore his rights "outweigh those of any group comprising less than an entire race". Her argument convinces the Terviorii to drop all charges. Meanwhile, back on the Enterprise: Dr. Crusher sends a message to Wesley, detailing her recent encounter with Q; the Klingon flowers in the garden are doing poorly and Worf misses Keiko O'Brien's botanical skills; Picard reaffirms his support for Riker after receiving a copy of Capt. Jellico's report on his tenure as commander of the Enterprise; and Lwaxana Troi arrives for another visit. (Michael Jan Friedman; Deryl Skelton, Steve Carr; Jason Palmer, Jerome Moore) 56 Jan 94 Companionship, 1 Lwaxana Troi is travelling with the Enterprise to attend a diplomatic conference. The Eregeus are considering joining the Federation and their neighbors, the Sakerions, are hosting the conference. Lwaxana convinces Picard that Alexander and his classmates should attend the conference to get "a taste of democracy in action". Picard agrees, as long as Worf and a security team accompany the children. Also attending the conference are Deanna, Geordi, Dr. Crusher, and Dr. Selar. When the Enterprise away team arrives at the conference hall, they are attacked by unseen assailants. Worf, Alexander, Geordi, Lwaxana, Deana, and Selar are abducted, and awaken in a laboratory. Deanna finds herself sharing Alexander's body, Selar shares Geordi's body, and Worf finds himself in Lwaxana's body. When they attempt to escape from the laboratory, the Eregeus confront them. (Michael Jan Friedman; Deryl Skelton;) 57 Mar 94 Of two minds, 2 Worf/Lwaxana, Deanna/Alexander, and Selar/Geordi fight their way past Eregean guards, taking advantage of skills from both minds in each body. Aboard the Enterprise, the Sakerions inform Picard of Eregean mind transfer techniques and the strong likelihood that the Enterprise crew members were kidnapped to serve as hosts for the ruling Eregean triumvirate. When Lwaxana, Alexander, and Geordi escape via transporter, Picard must find the bodies belonging to Worf, Deanna, and Selar before it is too late to transfer their minds back. (Michael Jan Friedman; Deryl Skelton; Jason Palmer, Jerome Moore) 58 Apr 94 Bodies of evidence, 3 Using their telepathic abilities, Deanna/Alexander, Worf/Lwaxana, and Selar/Geordi attempt to locate the bodies of Deanna, Worf, and Selar on Eregeus. While Barclay tries to trace the transporter beam which was used to abduct the Starfleet officers, three away teams beam down to the planet. All three missing bodies are found with suspicious ease and Barclay traces the transporter beam to an unexpected source. The Sakerionites have been setting up the Eregeans as fall guys (fall aliens?), in order to hide their crimes against Eregeus. Thanks to Barclay's efforts, Picard creates a ruse of his own to expose the Sakerionites. The grateful Eregeans help reunite separated minds and bodies. Worf, of course, is dismayed at having had such an intimate encounter with Lwaxana. (Michael Jan Friedman; Deryl Skelton; Jason Palmer, Jerome Moore) 59 May 94 Children of chaos, 1 On Chalna, Capt. Picard of the Stargazer, first officer Ben Zoma, and science officer Jack Crusher, exercise their diplomatic skills to try and prevent the Chalnoth from attacking a colony in disputed territory. To prove his veracity, Picard agrees to trial by combat, while a power struggle brews among the Chalnoth leaders. Choosing to fight with slings, Picard defeats his Goliath-like opponent, resolving the situation, but making Chalnoth enemies in the process. Sixteen years later, while investigating the disappearance of a Federation ship, the Enterprise encounters the Chalnoth, and Picard renews an acquaintance with an old adversary. (Michael Jan Friedman; Deryl Skelton; Jason Palmer, Jerome Moore) 60 Jun 94 Mother of madness, 2 Searching for the missing crew of the Aquitaine, Riker and his away team follow a Chalnoth team, while Picard tries to hold off Pathox, captain of the Bludgeoner and an adversary from a previous mission. The Enterprise away team finds the Chalnoth attacking a bug-eyed monster beneath the planet's surface. The creature has cocooned the crew of the Aquitaine and a Chalnoth crew. Pathox attacks the Enterprise, which holds its own, until several more Chalnoth ships arrive. The creature routs the Chalnoth away team, but Troi senses that it is trying to protect them by cocooning them. Riker learns that the Chalnoth were trying to set up a military post. Picard may have to abandon the away team to protect the ship. (Michael Jan Friedman; Pablo Marcos; Jason Palmer, Jerome Moore, Williams) 61 Jul 94 Brothers in darkness, 3 While Picard, in the Enterprise, battles the Chalnoth, Riker and his away team try to understand the unusual behavior of the creature. They free some of the cocooned Aquitaine and Chalnoth crew and learn that the creature may have been injured by the Chalnoth, causing her to destroy her own eggs and cocoon the humanoids as if they were her eggs. Picard manages to disable the Chalnoth ships while the away team subdues the Chalnoth landing party. Dr. Crusher sedates the creature, the cocooned crewmembers are rescued, and Crusher finishes up with some field brain surgery on the creature, to repair her injuries. Picard disavows any desire to meet the Chalnoth a third time. (Michael Jan Friedman; Deryl Skelton; Jason Palmer, Terry Pallot, Rick Taylor) 62 Aug 94 The victim Dazed and confused, Deanna Troi is confronted by the killer of Dr. Crusher and Riker. When he kills her companion, Troi runs. The killer chases her into a large building, taunting her as she dodges his energy bolts. Running down one hallway after another, Troi finds Worf's body and his phaser. She turns a corner and finds the killer. As she holds him at phaser-point he advances, but she can't bring herself to fire at him. Troi awakens to find heself surrounded by her shipmates. Picard reminds her that the Thrakkite ambassador has been murdered and Troi was one of two suspects. Their hosts, the Talquosians tested her innocence by inducing a dream scenario wherein Troi was given every opportunity to kill the victim. The real killer confesses and briefly puts up a fight, until Troi convinces him to give himself up. (Michael Jan Friedman; Rachel Ketchum, Rick Burchett; Jason Palmer) 63 Sep 94 A matter of conscience, 1 Picard agrees to let Geordi carry out a planetary survey on Beta Argotha, where evolution proceeds at a rapid pace, while the Enterprise patrols the neutral zone. After Geordi and his away team leave in a runabout, the Enterprise encounters a Cardassian ship with a single Romulan survivor, a scientist named Tavorak, who claims to be on the run because he has developed a virus which eats dilithium crystals. A Cardassian ship arrives, claiming that Tavorak is wanted for crimes against the Cardassian people. Geordi's away team crashlands on Beta Argotha, where they find an identicle runabout in worse shape, and another away team, led by Geordi LaForge. (Michael Jab Friedman; Deryl Skelton; Jason Palmer) 64 Oct 94 The deceivers, 2 The alternate Geordi (wearing a "Future Imperfect" communicator) explains that his mission is to divert a rogue sun which has entered the Beta Argotha system and threatens a densely populated planet in his universe. Neither Geordi is certain they are in their own universe, but alternate Geordi asks for help to carry out his mission, and Geordi refuses. Meanwhile, on the Enterprise, Tavorak insists he is telling the truth. A Romulan ship arrives, demanding that Picard turn over the criminal. Picard and his senior staff consider the possibilities, and decide to look for evidence on Tavorak's derelict ship. A Ferengi vessel arrives and abruptly departs, while Picard awaits Riker's investigation of the derelict. On Beta Argotha, alternate Geordi commandeers Geordi's runabout and intends to complete his mission, even if it means destroying the Beta Argotha system. (Michael Jab Friedman; Deryl Skelton; Jason Palmer) 65 Nov 94 The truth elusive, 3 The alternate Geordi's ploy to get the drop on his counterpart fails because of Troi's presence and he can't offer any proof that both away teams are in his universe. On the Enterprise, Picard solves the puzzle of Tavorak's story, realizing that the Romulan's motivation is profit. One of Geordi's ensigns determines that they are in the alternate universe and the functioning runabout is given to the alternate away team to try and complete their mission, while their counterparts make plans to repair the other runabout and attempt to return to their own universe. Picard convinces Tavorak that he will be safer seeking asylum from the Federation, rather than selling his virus to the highest bidder. Geordi and his away team make it back to their own universe, but will never know whether their counterparts successfully completed their mission. (Michael Jan Friedman; Deryl Skelton; Jason Palmer) 66 Dec 94 Just Desserts The Enterprise rendezvous with a rare, space-faring creature which is returning to Utalabria, one hundred years after its first visit. During that visit, the creature consumed all of the nuclear waste stockpiled on the planet, solving a serious health hazard. Planetary leaders subsequently chose not try and solve the problem, but to wait for the creature to come again and provide a no-cost solution. Unfortunately, it appears that that the creature is now allergic to nuclear waste, and it's up to Dr. Crusher to come up with an allergy shot for delivery by several of the ship's all-purpose probes. (Michael Jan Friedman; Deryl Skelton; Jason Palmer, Jerome Moore) 67 Jan 95 Friends and other strangers, 1 Riker reunites with several old crewmates to fulfil a promise made when they served on the Hood. Meanwhile, Lt. Coltrane and Ensign Ro board a shuttle to return to the Enterprise. Tisatti pirates attack the shuttle, causing it to crashland on a nearby planet. Coltrane doesn't survive and Ro is rescued by a mysterious hooded being. Riker and his friends travel to Altair to return memory bubbles containing ancient scriptures, which they took for safekeeping during a rebellion years earlier. Tradition calls for returning the scriptures on foot and the road to be travelled is very hazardous. (Michael Jan Friedman; Deryl Skelton; Peter Krause, Terry Pallot) 68 Feb 95 The Bajoran and the beast, 2 Riker and his former shipmates barely escape death while trying to reach the monastery. While camped in the jungle, old disagreements resurface, leaving everyone unsettled. Later on, Riker hears a scream and discovers that one of his friends has fallen to his death. Meanwhile, Ro wakes up in a luxurious bed. Her hooded benefactor invites her to dine and tells her he has signalled for help, but refuses to show his face. The Tisatti pirates track Ro down and confront the hooded being, insisting that he hand Ro over. A firefight ensues, and the hooded being is mortally wounded. The Enterprise arrives to finish rounding up the Tisatti, and Ro learns who her dying friend really is. (Michael Jan Friedman; Deryl Skelton; Peter Krause, Jerome Moore) 69 Mar 95 Dreams die, 3 Riker and his former crewmates continue their journey after burying their dead. At the monastery, Riker accuses Orzon of murdering Randy. Orzon confesses, explaining that he was offered a lot of money for the monks' bubble-books, because of rumors that they hold the secret of the monk's treasure. After placing the stones on the alter, the monastery begins to tumble down. Meanwhile, Dr. Crusher attends a medical conference where she meets Dr. Pulaski and some terrorists. On the Enterprise, Geordi figures out how to repair the emotion chip created by Dr. Soong, for Data. This issue contains an updated TNG stardate guide. (Michael Jan Friedman; Deryl Skelton; Peter Krause, Terry Pallot) 70 Apr 95 The last verse, 4 Riker discovers that he and his crewmates have unleashed the vengeance of the monks by returning the bubbles to the monastery, in the form of an automated killing machine. Orzon gives his life to stop the machine. At the medical conference, Pulaski and Crusher discover that their guards are sensitive to strong odors. While others create a diversion, Pulaski floods the ventilation system with a pungeant gas, disabling the guards and permitting the capture of Granthos, the terrorist leader. However, Granthos is not necessarily the villain of this drama. (Michael Jan Friedman; Deryl Skelton; Peter Krause, Terry Pallot) 71 May 95 War of madness: The first casualty, 1 A Federation colony and starship are destroyed by Tholians. The Tholian commander is out to avenge wrongs perpetrated against his people. The Enterprise is ordered to investigate after picking up an expert on Tholian military tactics, Riker's father, Kyle Riker. Meanwhile, members of the Enterprise crew ponder their future, as glimpsed by Picard during his last encounter with Q ("All Good Things"). (Michael Jan Friedman; Gordon Purcell, Terry Pallot; Purcell, Pallot) 72 Jun 95 A handful of dust, 2 While investigating the Tholian attack on Alpha Unuria, Riker and his father are increasingly at odds. The Tholian first officer is having second thoughts about his commander's plans. The Enterprise receives a distress call and arrives to find three Tholian ships. Trapped in a Tholian web, the crew of the Enterprise must discover a way out before their ship is destroyed. (Michael Jan Friedman; Gordon Purcell, Terry Pallot; Purcell, Pallot) 73 Jul 95 The dying of the light, 3 Kyle Riker asks Troi for help resolving his differences with his son. Geordi thinks that Riker's plan to escape the Tholian web may succeed. The Tholian First Officer is relieved of duty by his commander for voicing doubts. The Enterprise breaks free of the web but their systems take a beating. Gowron arrives with a squadron and drives the Tholians away, then demands to know why the Federation has started a war with the Tholians. (Michael Jan Friedman; Gordon Purcell, Terry Pallot; Purcell, Pallot) 74 Aug 95 Ceremony of innocence, 4 Picard can't confirm or deny Gowron's accusations. Responding to a distress call from Starbase 180, the Enterprise encounters the Tholians again, damaging their flagship. With the Tholian commander injured, the First Officer confronts Picard, explaining that they are attacking because Klingons attacked Tholian colonies. Picard must find a rogue Klingon ship whose last known coordinates are near the planet which is home to Hugh and his renegade Borg. (Michael Jan Friedman; Gordon Purcell, Terry Pallot; Purcell, Pallot) 75 Sep 95 Cry Havoc, 5 Data finds a pattern in the attacks on Tholian outposts. Picard convinces First Officer Nethrax to assist the Enterprise after Gowron give permission to pursue the stolen Klingon ship. While Picard deals with the Tholian commander, Riker, LaForge, and Data leave with Nethrax. Upon finding the Taj, they discover that the ship is commanded by a Borg named Enab, rather than Hugh. Enab and his followers aresearching for the secret of the Tholian hive mind, in hopes of retyurning to their old ways. With help from the Enterprise crew, the Tholians capture the renegade Borg and peace is restored. Extra-size issue with a painted cover. (Michael Jan Friedman; Gordon Purcell, Terry Pallot; Sonia Hillios) 76 Oct 95 Suspect All of the former Chief Engineers of the Enterprise have been murdered. Starfleet investigator Regina Campisi has identified a suspect, new Enterprise crewmember, Lt. Farrell. While LaForge watches his back, the command crew sets out to look for proof, with unexpected results. Spot makes the cover but not the story. (Michael Jan Friedman; Ken Save, Shephard Hendrix; Gordon Purcell, Terry Pallot) 77 Nov 95 Gateway, 1 A large concentration of tetryon particles leads the Enterpise to an abandoned station and a gateway that may have been created by the solanagen-based life-forms previously encountered ("Schisms"). The USS Hornet joins the Enterprise to investigate. Captain Higler's brother was one of the crewmen killed during the first encounter. A probe is discovered with two unknown ships fighting for its possession. Chasing them back to the station, the Hornet and one of the alien vessels are drawn into the gateway. (Michael Jan Friedman; Gordon Purcell, Terry Pallot; Purcell, Pallot) 78 Dec 95 The unconquered, 2 The remaining alien vessel tries to communicate with the Enterprise and is determined to be an ally. The battle section of the Enterprise breaks through the gateway with help from the aliens. The Hornet is boarded by the hostile aliens looking for information stored in databanks. The Enterprise rescues the Hornet, but not without losses, and the gateway is destroyed. (Michael Jan Friedman; Gordon Purcell, Terry Pallot; Purcell, Pallot) 79 Jan 96 Artificiality, 1 During a memorial service for a crewman killed in the line of duty, Picard wishes that everyone was as durable Data, rather than flesh and blood. Q responds by transforming the entire crew of the Enterprise into androids. Picard and his crew react to the change with unexpected results as they respond to a distress call from a colony which has been devastated by an incurable virus. (Michael Jan Friedman; Gordon Purcell, Terry Pallot; Purcell, Pallot) 80 Feb 96 The abandoned, 2 With the exception of Data, the android crew of the Enterprise has difficulty dealing with the deadly virus afflicting the colonists. Data investigates more thoroughly and discovers oddities in the colonists' story. Picard eventually refuses to take the colonists to a starbase and they try to take over the ship. Data uncovers the truth and Q leaves in irritation after restoring humanity to Picard and his crew. (Michael Jan Friedman; Gordon Purcell, Terry Pallot; Purcell, Pallot)
Subject: [DC Comics] Star Trek: The Next Generation Annuals 01 1990 The gift Q appears to bedevil Picard and the Enterprise once more. Q sends Picard into his own past where he must convince his mother and father that he is their son. When Q loses the game, he offers Picard the opportunity to live in a world where his brother is still alive. Q's gift requires Picard to make a painful choice. This story was scripted before "Family". TNG stardate guide, first revision. (John deLancie; Gordon Purcell, Pablo Marcos; Jerome Moore) 02 1991 Thin ice The Enterprise responds to a distress call from a ship captained by an old friend of Riker's. Capt. Halk and Riker grew up together, joined Starfleet together, and went their separate ways after the Academy. While getting out of a sticky situation, Riker learns that Halk has had a large influence on his life. (Michael Jan Friedman; Matt Haley, Carlos Garzon; Jerome Moore) 03 Nov 92 The broken moon Geordi is asked by the Imperatrix of the Onglaatu, to pay a visit to his moon-sister, Kastren, to determine why she is behaving so erratically. Geordi discovers an infestation of the same parasites that tried to take over Starfleet and the Federation ("Conspiracy"). (Michael Jan Friedman; Brandon Peterson, Pablo Marcos;) 04 Sep 93 A house divided The Enterprise arrives at penal colony Tantalus VII in advance of a moving pulsar to evacuate a few remaining prisoners and staff. When Picard, Data, and Dr. Crusher beam over to the prison, an unidentified and heavily armed boarding party also beams aboard. Dr. Crusher is discomposed by the presence of Odan ("The Host"), her Trill lover, and still in a female host. Odan is there to oversee the transport of a dangerous Trill prisoner, Keb Dalor. While Dalor is being moved, a Romulan vessel uncloaks and attacks the Enterprise. The armed boarding party attacks and disables the away team and prison staff, but Dalor is critically wounded. Riker and the Enterprise destroy the Romulan ship, leaving the away team hostage on Tantalus. Trelia, the renegade Romulan commander, forces Dr. Crusher to implant Dalor into Picard. After the transfer, Dalor kills the remaining prison staff, orders the Enterprise computer to gas all decks, and takes over the ship. When Riker and the rest of the crew recover, they begin countermeasures, but Dalor manages to take his party, Dr. Crusher and Odan to the battle bridge and separate from the saucer section. Dalor is inexperienced at starship combat and can't subdue Riker and the saucer section in spite of having superior speed and weaponry. He is also weakening in Picard's body. Odan and Dr. Crusher do their best to reduce the odds but when Trelia is injured, Dalor plays on Crusher's morality to make her come to the battle bridge and render medical aid. Dalor takes Dr. Crusher hostage, sacrificing Trelia. Riker has lured Dalor back to Tantalus where he, Geordi, and Data beam aboard the station to use the prison's power to punch a hole in the battle section's shields. Once the hole is made, Data beams Dalor and Trelia from the battle bridge and uses the transporter to separate Dalor from Picard. Dalor is reassembled in Trelia's unconscious body where he is helpless. Dr. Crusher and Odan still have tender memories of one another, but for now, Crusher can't deal with anything more than memories. (Mike W. Barr; Jim Key, Aaron McClellan, Bob Smith;) 05 Nov 94 Brother's keeper While on a mission to discuss an alliance with the Timatrans, the Enterprise encounters a large, abandoned space station near a radiation anomaly. An away team investigates and the anomaly explodes, damaging the Enterprise and blocking all communications. When a second away team arrives on the station, they find LaForge and Worf injured, but alive. If Data were human, he would be pronounced dead. LaForge feels responsible for Data's death and is determined to repair his friend, while repairs to the Enterprise continue. While trying to get some rest, LaForge dreams about his friend and is convinced that there is a clue to helping Data in his dream. Data briefly regains consciousness, but LaForge can't prove he is on the right track. Picard orders the Enterprise to leave and must defend his Chief Engineer's decision to spend time trying to repair Data rather than working on the Enterprise. LaForge makes one last risky attempt to help Data by stealing a shuttle and returning to the space station. His faith convinces Picard to return as well. LaForge finds information on the radiation in the station's memory banks which allows him to restore Data's neural net. (Howard Weinstein; Rachel Ketchum, Bob Smith, Charles Barnett; Jerome Moore) 06 Feb 96 Convergence, Part Two: Future Imperfect The future has been altered. On Devidia Four, Picard and his crew make plans to shift into the Devidian time frame and search for Data. Gowron joins Spock, Data, Harriman, and Tellius in captivity. In the past, Exana, Kirk, and his crew reach Devidia Four. Exana creates a portal to shift the landing party but they are slightly out of phase with Picard and his crew. When the prisoners are found, both landing parties are attacked by the Devidians ("Time's Arrow, Parts I and II"). After driving off their attackers, both Enterprise crews work together to free their crewmates. Exana must restore the timeline and erase memories, while the Aegis reevaluate their role, resurrecting Gary Seven and promising vigilance. Painted cover. Conclusion of story from Star Trek Annual #6. The covers for this annual and Star Trek Annual #6 form a diptych. (Michael Jan Friedman, Howard Weistein; Ken Save, Sam de la Rosa; Jason Palmer)
Subject: [DC Comics] Star Trek: The Next Generation Specials 01 Sep 93 "Good listener" Guinan agrees to establish a saloon on a mining colony for an old friend. Unfortunately, many of the miners are suffering from some sort of emotional epidemic which the medtechs can't explain. A Federation environmental watchdog is also concerned that a native species may be sentient and that mining operations may be hazardous to the local ecology. Riker and Dr. Crusher bring an away team to research the mysterious ailment. Several Enterprise crewmembers suffer from intense emotional episodes, until one of Worf's security officers, a low-level telepath, discovers that the native creatures are probing his mind and amplifying his inner fears. The Tordohh, as they call themselves, are telepaths. Once a technological society, they returned to a simpler life and now insist that the Federation leave. As she leaves, Guinan leaves the Tordohh with a little gotcha for invading everyone's thoughts rather than trying to communicate with the Federation. (Tony Isabella, Bob Ingersol; Deryl Skelton, Steve Carr, Jim Amash; Jason Palmer, Segarra) "A true son of Kahless" Worf and Alexander leave the Enterprise for three days of shore leave on Tallera III. Alone in the wilderness, Worf begins teaching Alexander Klingon ways. When an electromagnetic disturbance hits the planet, Worf is injured. Alexander makes a sledge out of vines and drags his father to safety, then sets up a locator beacon. After being found by an away team, Picard thanks Alexander for rescuing his security chief. (Anne Wokanovicz; Kenneth Penders, Romeo Tanghal) "Spot's day" Worf interrupts Data while he is feeding Spot ("Data's Day"), who slips out of Data's quarters. Spot catches a ride on the turbolift with Picard and Riker, making his way to a holodeck. Geordi has modified one of Worf's training programs and left it running. Spot enters the holodeck and acquits himself with honor. (Diane Duane; Rod Whigham, Mike Sellers) 02 Summer 94 "The choice" An away team investigates an unmanned observatory which has been destroyed by unknown beings. One possibility is that the assailants are Seraphami, the same race that Ro Laren met on Garon Two, where she disobeyed orders, resulting in the death of her commanding officer, her court-martial, and imprisonment. As present circumstances unfold, it looks as if history is going to repeat itself. Ro, who has been given a second chance by Picard, must give herself a second chance and risk Riker's life to prevent a tragedy. The painted cover features Ro Laren. (Michael Jan Friedman; Gordon Purcell, Terry Pallot; Sonia R. Hillios) "Cry vengeance" A human female is engaged in single bat'telh combat with a Klingon male. Flashback to the arrival of Colleen McMurphy on the Enterprise with an unlimited travel warrant allowing passage on any Starfleet vessel. In her quarters, she sends a coded transmission to Qo'Nos. Riker meets and romances McMurphy who also puts herself through rigorous holodeck work-outs. Dr. Crusher is concerned about McMurphy's health. Worf's brother Kurn arrives to escort the Enterprise to Qo'Nos, where McMurphy is to stand in judgement before the Klingon High Council. Worf discovers that McMurphy has the honor blade of a Klingon Great House. She claims it is hers by blood and right. Data discovers that the name Colleen McMurphy doesn't exist in Starfleet records. Fleet Captain T'Kir arrives, greets Picard as an old friend and identifies McMurphy as Captain Jamie Finney. T'Kir has come to support Finney. Finney's role in combatting a formidable alien threat ("Debt of Honor" [TOS, DC Comics]) is reprised as is her subsequent service to Commander Kor, who was betrayed and murdered by Gowron. She has challenged Gowron in order to restore honor to Kor's name. On the field of combat, Finney doesn't survive, but Gowron, barely surviving, restores honor to the names of Kor and Jamie Finney. (Chris Claremont; Chris Wozniac, Jerome Moore;) "Out of time" Captain Morgan Bateman, commanding officer of the Bozeman ("Cause and effect") is having difficulty adjusting to the 24th century. Counselor Troi arranges a visit from a specialist in time-displacement, Captain Montgomery Scott. (Michael Jan Friedman; Steve Erwin, Charles Barnett;) nn Jun 94 The Series Finale Special: All Good Things ... Adaptation of the two-hour series finale, written by Ronald Moore and Brannon Braga. This is the first adaptation of a TNG television episode. Painted cover. (Michael Jan Friedman; Jay Scott Pike, Jose Marzan Jr.; Sonia Hillios) 03 Winter 95 "Pandora's Prodigy" The Enterprise arrives at a Federation transporter research station near a star system where Picard will help negotiate a trade agreement between two cultures. LaForge meets an old friend, David Dirvy, who has developed a method for recording transporter signatures. When Dirvy is killed by an assassination attempt meant for one of the negotiators, LaForge makes a copy of his friend. In disgust, Dirvy gives all of his research data to Picard and tells him to do what he will with it. Picard destroys the data and his actions significantly affect the trade negotiations. Based on an unused outline for the television series. DeMeritt is Second Unit Director for Star Trek: Voyager. Painted cover. (Michael DeMeritt; Ricardo Villagran; Sonia Hillios) "Old Debts" Scotty pays a visit to Starbase 122, home of the Starfleet Museum, to give a lecture. Upon arrival he tours the newly restored Enterprise NCC-1701A with Lt. Robin Lefler as his guide. The tour is interrupted by an old enemy, Koleth ("The trouble with tribbles" [TOS]), who is determined to pay back Scotty for the tribble incident. Following a battle of wits, the two old warriors fight to a stalemate, but Koleth is satisfied that honor has been restored and he bids Scotty goodbye. Now he has only one old debt left to settle ("Blood Oath" [DS9]). (Kevin Ryan; Ken Save, Shephard Hendrix;)
Subject: [DC Comics] The Modala Imperative (25th anniversary mini-series) The mini-series starts in Star Trek (part 3 of this checklist). Star Trek: The Next Generation 01 Sep 91 In memory yet green The Enterprise is invited to represent the Federation at the 100th anniversary of Modala's freedom. Going with the Enterprise to Modala is Admiral McCoy. En route they are joined by Spock. On Modala, social unrest accompanies the preparations for celebration. (Peter David; Pablo Marcos; Adam Hughes, Karl Story) 02 Aug 91 Lies and legends Spock and McCoy acquaint themselves with the Enterprise and its crew. Picard, Troi, and their guests transport to Modala for the celebration. The Enterprise is called away to help a cargo ship in distress. During the opening ceremony, the Ferengi appear. One hundred years ago they made a deal for ownership of Modala and it is time to collect. (Peter David; Pablo Marcos; Adam Hughes, Karl Story) 03 Aug 91 Prior claim The Ferengi create a panic upon their arrival. They capture McCoy and Troi, but Spock, Picard, and Modalan leaders escape. The Enterprise confirms that the attack on a Federation freighter was meant to divert them and makes best speed back to Modala. A rescue attempt winds up with all of the Enterprise landing party and Modalan leaders, captives of the Ferengi. (Peter David; Pablo Marcos; Adam Hughes, Karl Story) 04 Oct 91 Game, set, and match With Spock's help, Troi and McCoy escape. To prevent the execution of Modala's leaders, Picard challenges the Ferengi daimon to personal combat, with Modala and the Enterprise as the stakes. Picard defeats the daimon and the Enterprise arrives to wish the Ferengi farewell. TNG stardate guide, second revision. (Peter David; Pablo Marcos; Adam Hughes, Karl Story)
Subject: [DC Comics] Deep Space Nine/The Next Generation (mini-series) DC Comics and Malibu Comics cooperated on this DS9/TNG crossover. This was the first time that two major companies combined licensed properties. Mike W. Barr and Michael Jan Friedman co-plotted the story. Gordon Purcell and Terry Pallot are responsible for all the artwork. Parts 2 and 3 of the mini-series were published by Malibu Comics (part 5 of this checklist). nn Aug 94 Ashcan Edition This free full-size comic flip-book was distributed at the 1994 San Diego Comic Con. The Malibu side contains artwork from the cover and pages 4-6 of Malibu #1, interviews with Mike Barr and Michael Jan Friedman, and additional artwork from Malibu #2. The DC side has a cover featuring O'Brien, Riker, Picard, Sisko, Kira, and Data, and pages 1-8 of DC #1. (;Gordon Purcell, Jerome Moore; Gordon Purcell, Jerome Moore (DC), Scott Sava (Malibu)) 01 Dec 94 Prophets and losses, Part 1 of 4 (DC Comics) The crew of the Enterprise gets acquainted with DS9 after ferrying several Starfleet officers to the station. When the officers disappear after entering the wormhole, Picard is placed in charge of the investigation. On Bajor, religious fundamentalists consider the wormhole's apparent instability as a sign from the Prophets. Aboard DS9, sensors indicate an attempt to access an old Cardassian computer link. Odo, Kira, and Worf investigate and discover Cardassian sabotuers. Painted cover. (Michael Jan Friedman, Mike W. Barr; Gordon Purcell, Terry Pallot; Sonia Hillios) 02 Jan 94 The unseen enemy, Part 4 of 4 (DC Comics) Data turns the tables on the away team's captors and they are on the run again. On the other side of the wormhole, O'Brien and LaForge discover how the wormhole has been obstructed and begin looking for the source of the problem. Kira and Riker locate a ship, tansport the rest of the Starfleet team to safety, then make for the wormhole. The alien leader reveals his Cardassian allies. When the away team arrives back at DS9, Odo confirms his suspicions of Cardassian interference. The Enterprise, with DS9 officers aboard, makes for the source of the wormhole interference, an old Cardassian outpost. Another combined away team conducts an assault on the outpost to destroy the device obstructing the wormhole. The Cardassians deny any involvement and their alien allies from the other side of the wormhole abandon their position. Picard, Sisko, and their crews part company on good terms. Painted cover. (Michael Jan Friedman, Mike W. Barr; Gordon Purcell, Terry Pallot; Jason Palmer)
Subject: [DC Comics] Shadowheart (mini-series) 01 Dec 94 The lion and the lamb On Nothra, a Klingon frontier world, rebellious natives create havoc for their Klingon overseers. When they attack an armory, their leader introduces himself as Shadowheart, a mythical Klingon demon. On Lisarion, Worf and his crewmates join Sergey and Helena Rozhenko in paying their respects to Nikolai Rozhenko, who was killed defending the colony he lived in. Lt. D'Sora finds evidence that the attackers may have been Klingon. A Starfleet admiral arrives and informs Picard that Nikolai Rozhenko is alive and leading the insrrection on Nothra under the nom de guerre Shadowheart. Worf and Riker are sent to end the rebellion. Gowron informs them by subspace communication that Kurn will join them on their covert mission. Painted cover. (Michael Jan Friedman; Steve Erwin, Charles Barnett III; Sonia Hillios) 02 Jan 95 Dealers in darkness Worf, Kurn, and Riker arrive at Nothra to learn why Nikolai Rozhenko is leading a rebellion as Shadowheart and to stop him. They acquire a map to Shadowheart's stronghold from an informant, but Klingon security forces interrupt their plans. Forced to escape into the dangerous Nothran jungle, the away team and their informant, Ibtoc, find themselves in jeopardy. Meanwhile, Lursa and B'Etor ("Redemption, Parts I and II") urge the Nothran governor to eliminate Shadowheart as quickly as possible. Painted cover. (Michael Jan Friedman; Steve Erwin, Charles Barnett III; Jason Palmer) 03 Feb 95 My brother's keeper Making their way through the Nothran jungle towards Shadowheart's stronghold, Worf must save Riker from being devoured by warrior-ants and Ibtoc is killed by a river creature. With Klingon security forces closing in, and weakened by their jungle trek, Worf, Riker, and Kurn are found and captured by the rebels. The Klingon security chief tells his men that he is especially looking forward to killing a human, something he hasn't done since his last visit to Lisarion. Painted cover. (Michael Jan Friedman; Steve Erwin, Charles Barnett III; Jason Palmer) 04 Mar 95 The prince of madness Worf, Riker, and Kurn awaken as Nothrani captives. They meet Nikolai, his mind twisted by jungle gases, who believes himself to be Shadowheart. He plans to destroy the Klingons who raided Lisarion. Klingon security forces arrive and battle begins. Worf decides to fight alongside his brother, with Kurn and Riker joining him. Kurn defends Klingon honor by killing the leader of the security forces, who also led the raid on Lisarion. Nikolai and Worf are unable to resolve issues from their past. (Michael Jan Friedman; Steve Erwin, Charles Barnett III; Jason Palmer)
Subject: [DC Comics] Ill Wind (mini-series) 01 Oct 95 Part One The Enterprise is assigned the task of providing security and assistance for the Federation Cup, a solar sailing competition. Complicating matters is the presence of the Mestral, a head-of-state with many enemies, teams from species with vastly different definitions of the term "compete", and an unstable star. Picard admits to a long-standing interest in solar sailing as well. Painted cover. (Diane Duane; Daryl Skelton, Timothy Tuohy; Hugh Fleming) 02 Dec 95 Part Two The Federation Cup race begins. The Enterprise detects and retreives a bomb on one of the yachts before any damage is done. The Mestral's support craft has failed to arrive. Picard discusses the matter with the Mestral and learns more about her. Andrew's Star begins emitting irregular flares. As competition heats up, the Mestral's consort tries to convince her to give up her title and return to a normal life. Painted cover. (Diane Duane; Daryl Skelton, Pablo Marcos; Hugh Fleming) 03 Jan 96 Part Three LaForge discovers that the being who planted a bomb on the yacht was a Carrig, but Picard chooses to do nothing with the information unless the Carrighae team should win the race. While Picard ponders some of the decisions he has made in his life, Troi continues to suffer from lack of sleep. Dr. Crusher finds a phantom EEG trace interfering with Troi's sleep cycle but has no explanation. Aboard the Mestral's yacht, a crewman attempts an assisination and the Mestral's consort reveals his agenda. Painted cover. (Diane Duane; Ken Save, John Montgomery; Hugh Fleming) 04 Feb 96 Part Four The Mestral is stunned to learn that her consort has betrayed her, but manages to open an audio channel allowing the Enterprise to learn of her situation. Riker leads a rescue team as the nearby star begins to flare, preventing a return to the Enterprise. The Mestral's missing support ship arrives to pick up the conspirators and the Enterprise must prevent them from harming any of the yachts. While the intrigue unravels, everyone is witness to a remarkable rebirth. Painted cover. (Diane Duane; Ken Save, Pablo Marcos; Hugh Fleming)
Subject: [DC Comics] Star Trek: The Next Generation (movie adaptations) 1994 Star Trek: Generations Story by Rick Berman, Ronald D. Moore, and Brannon Braga. Screenplay by Ronald D. Moore and Brannon Braga. Painted cover. (Michael Jan Friedman; Gordon Purcell, Jerome Moore, Terry Pallot; Sonia Hillios) 1994 Star Trek: Generations Deluxe edition in prestige format. Includes a cast list and "Behind the scenes of a comics adaptation", with text, photos, and sketches, otherwise the same as the regular edition. ISBN 1-56389-175-3
Subject: [DC Comics] Star Trek: The Next Generation (collections) Aug 92 The Modala imperative (detailed in part 3 of this checklist) Feb 93 The star lost Reprints issues 20-24. Story by Michael Jan Friedman, introduction by Ron Moore, and wraparound cover by Jason Palmer. ISBN 1-56389-084-4 trade pb Jun 93 The star lost Another edition from Warner Books, different cover ? Jan 94 The Best of Star Trek: The Next Generation Reprints issues 5, 6, 19, Annual 2 by Michael Jan Friedman, and Annual 1 by John DeLancie (aka Q). Introduction by Jeri Taylor. Painted cover by Russell Walks. ISBN 1-56389-125-5 trade pb Apr 94 The Best of Star Trek: The Next Generation Another edition, different cover ? May 95 Beginnings Reprints the first six-issue TNG mini-series, written by Mike Carlin before the series premiered on television, and originally released in 1988. Introduction by Michael Okuda, painted cover by Bill Sienkiewicz. ISBN 1-56389-200-6 trade pb
Subject: [DC Comics] Direct Currents (monthly promotional comic) 77 Aug 94 Contains listing for ST:TNG season finale adaptation with a reproduction of the painted cover by Sonia Hillios.
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