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Star Trek Comics Checklist, Part 5/9
Section - [Malibu Comics] The Maquis: Soldier of Peace (mini-series)

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This mini-series acts as a bridge between Star Trek: DS9 and
Star Trek: Voyager. See DS9 #18 for a prelude to this mini-series.

01	Feb 95
"Vacation's over" Bashir leaves for a vacation on Risa. On the
transport ship he meets Tessa Blake. She invites Bashir to her
room for an intimate encounter with a phaser. Bashir awakens
aboard a Maquis freighter. Tessa needed a doctor for a Maquis
assault on a Cardassian prison camp, where prisoners from
missing Federation and Maquis vessels have been reported. The
assault proceeds far too easily and the entire force is captured
by Cardassians.
(Mark A. Altman; Rob Davis, Terry Pallot; Davis, Pallot)
"Memoirs of an invisible Ferengi" Romulans arrive on DS9 and
purchase time in the holosuites, leaving a container "of
immeasurable value" in Quark's safekeeping. Inside the container
is a belt which makes the wearer invisible. Quark is overjoyed,
but not for long.
(Cris Dows, Colin Clayton; Brian Michael Bendis, Bruce McCorkindale)
Includes "The Maquis", an essay by Mark A. Altman, and
illustrations of Maquis insignia by Jim Magdaleno.

01	Feb 95
Same as above with a photo cover featuring Dr. Julian Bashir.

02	Mar 95
"Rats in a maze" Bashir and the Maquis are put to work mining
ore. While being questioned, Bashir boasts of having friends in
the Obsidian Order. Word is sent to Garak on DS9, of Bashir's
plight. Garak and Sisko set out to find the Cardassian prison in
a ship procured by Quark. When they arrive, they too are taken
prisoner. The Cardassian commander is particularly pleased to
see Garak.
(Mark A. Altman; Rob Davis, Terry Pallot;)
"A tree grows on Bajor" Sisko and a reluctant Jake attend a
Bajoran tree-planting ceremony. As his father explains the
significance of the occasion, Jake is reminded of his mother and
deeply moved.
(R.A. Jones; Leonard Kirk, Jack Snider)

03	Apr 95	Victims of deceit
Gul Dulcet, the Cardassian commander, and a protege of Gul
Dukat, has plans for Garak and no use for Bashir, Sisko, and the
Maquis. Injured trying to help a wounded prisoner, Bashir finds
himself in the infirmary where he learns that Tessa is a doctor
and has cooperated with the Cardassians because they have
promised to release her brother, a member of Chakotay's Maquis
crew, whom the Cardassians claim to have captured. Bashir
escapes and frees the others, just as Kira arrives in the
Defiant. Dulcet and Tessa escape. Tessa discovers she has made a
fatal mistake, and Dulcet learns that trusting Dukat may have
fatal consequences as well.
(Mark A. Altman; Rob Davis, Terry Pallot; Davis, Pallot)

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