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Star Trek Comics Checklist, Part 6/9
Section - [Marvel Comics] Star Trek: Unlimited

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This bi-monthly, double-sized series features stories from Star
Trek, the original series, and Star Trek: The Next Generation.

01	Nov 96
"Directives" (TNG) On a mission to establish first contact with
the Endrel, Picard and the Enterprise meet another first contact
team from the Lom Coalition. The Lom prime directive endorses
proactive intercession on the affairs of other races and their
activities may cost the lives of a third of Endrella's population.
(Dan Abnett, Ian Edgington; Ron Randall, Carlos Garzon, Jerome
Moore, Al Williamson, Derek Fisher;)
"Dying of the light" (TOS) A distress beacon brings Kirk and the
Enterprise to a remote planet where an unscrupulous archeologist
has been excavating. Unfortunately, the Gorn object to desecration
of their cemetary world and express their displeasure. Kirk must
restore peace by surrendering to an old adversary ("Arena"). TOS cover.
(Dan Abnett, Ian Edgington; Mark Buckingham, Kev Sutherland;
Buckingham, Sutherland)

02	Jan 97
"Action of the tiger" (TOS) Summoned to Starbase 6 for a
conference on Klingon Neutral Zone policy, Kirk and his aides are
among the hostages taken by a Klingon squad. However, the Klingons
aren't behaving as expected so Spock calls on a Klingon
acquaintance for help.
(Dan Abnett, Ian Edgington; Mark Buckingham, Kev Sutherland;)
"The unkindest cut" (TNG) A skeleton staff remains aboard the
Enterprise with Picard, Worf, and Data while most of the crew
takes a little R&R on Risa. A saboteur disables the ship's
systems, killing six crewmen. Data discovers the killer, a Fenjex
huntsman, in Mr. Mot's ("Data's day") barbershop. Picard learns that
Mot is the target of a second huntsman back on Risa. TNG cover.
(Dan Abnett, Ian Edgington; Ron Randall, Al Williamson; Randall,
Williamson)

03	Apr 97
"Message in a bottle" (TOS) The Enterprise discovers a wormhole which
leads to a pocket universe. Some form of communication is coming from
the wormhole so Kirk, Uhura, Sulu, and other crew members enter in a
shuttle. Kirk is injured and command falls to Uhura, whose ingenuity
makes for a successful mission. TOS cover.
(Dan Abnett, Ian Edginton; Mark Buckingham, Kev Sutherland;
Buckingham, Sutherland, Atomic ?)
"Sins of the fathers" (TNG) The Enterprise is dispatched to Odena,
where two tribes, the Urlan and the Dren'ai have been at war for
centuries. An away team discovers that weapons have been smuggled
aboard the Enterprise and Dren'ai terrorists steal a shuttle. From
an injured Dren'ai, Dr. Crusher learns the surprising results of
the ancient conflict. The Urlan and Dren'ai are told the truth and
a turning point is reached. The indicia lists Mar 97 as the publication
date.
(Ian Edginton, Dan Abnett; Ron Randall, Al Williamson)

04	May 97
"None but the brave" (TOS) Scotty joins Starfleet Security on a covert
mission to retreive the battle section of a captured Constitution class
starship while the Enterprise distracts the Romulans at the border
of the Neutral Zone. The ship contains an experimental warp drive
designed by Virgil Brahms.
(Dan Abnett, Ian Edginton; Mark Buckingham, Kev Sutherland;)
"Inheritance" (TNG) Dr. Leah Brahms ("Booby trap") invites LaForge
to help her reconstruct an experimental warp accelerator designed by her
grandfather over a century past. Brahms and LaForge are kidnapped by
Commander Tomalak and taken to a base where the remains of a century-old
ship containing the original experimental warp drive have been kept.
LaForge and Brahms must use the drive itself to signal for help. TNG cover.
(Dan Abnett, Ian Edginton; Ron Randall, Al Williamson; Randall, Williamson)

05	Sep 97
"Secret lives" (TNG) Investigating loss of contact with a sub-space
listening post on the Federation-Cardassian border, an away team led
by Riker encounters their worst fears. Appearances by Lt. Shelby, the
Traveler, and Wesley Crusher. TNG cover.
(Dan Abnett, Ian Edginton; Ron Randall, Al Williamson; Randall, Art Nichols ?)
"As flies to wanton boys" (TOS) On a routine planetary survey, an ancient
structure is detected on a world thought to be uninhabited. Kirk and a shuttle
are stranded. While the Enterprise tries to locate them, Kirk and his crew
struggle with the natives, the result of genetic engineering gone awry.
The indicia lists Jul 97 as the publication date. New cover format.
(Dan Abnett, Ian Edginton; Tom Morgan, Kev Sutherland;)

Note: Marvel's "New guide to the Star Trek universe" began appearing
in Unlimited #5, Deep Space Nine #9, and Voyager #9. Each guide contains
crew member profiles and brief synopses of previous events printed on a
two-page gatefold interior front cover.

06	Nov 97	Telepathy War Part 4: Heart of darkness
A joint Federation/Klingon task force enters the Gamma Quadrant
to chase down the Dominion attackers. Riker leaves Omega Squad
under Odo's supervison and Troi falls victim to a mysterious
illness. To make matters more complicated, a changeling is loose
on the Enterprise and doesn't want them to return to the Aplha
Quadrant. (see DS9 #13 for part 3 and Voyager #13 for part 5)
(Dan Abnett, Ian Edginton; Ron Randall, Art Nichols; Randall, Nichols)

07	Jan 98	An infinite jest
Q and Trelane play a game. The winner gets to rewrite creation in
his own image. The playing pieces are Kirk and Picard, transported
and placed in command of each others' Enterprise. Relying on their
crews and facing Klingons, including Kang, both captains live up to
their reputations and more. Wraparound painted cover.
(Dan Abnett, Ian Edginton; Ron Randall, Tom Morgan, Art Nichols,
Scott Hanna; Vince Evans)

08	Mar 98	Klingon Day of Honor issue
"The boy" (TNG) Alexander Rozhenko has a discipline problem at
school, but he solves it the Klingon way.
(Dan Abnett, Ian Edginton; Steve Pugh;)
"The warrior" (DS9) Work risks his life to save the child of
an enemy.
(Dan Abnett, Ian Edginton; Ron Randall, Randy Elliot;)
"The veteran" (TOS) Kang travels to a remote planet investigating
sightings of an old enemy. Captain Sulu comes looking for an old
friend. They find each other and an old grudge.
(Dan Abnett, Ian Edginton; Tom Morgan, Scott Hanna;)

09	May 98	Trekkers
Following a victorious card game with Klingon opponents, Sulu and
Chekhov pilot a new shuttle on the return trip to the Enterprise.
Unfortunately, Chekhov has become head of a Klingon house with
his winnings and others want the house for themselves. Sulu's
piloting skills and Chekhov's ingenuity are all they have to
stay alive.
(Dan Abnett, Ian Edginton; Greg Scott, Josef Rubenstein;)

10	Jul 98	A piece of reaction
Picard and the Enterprise return to Sigma Iotia II ("A piece of the
action" [TOS]) eighty years after Kirk, Spock, and McCoy first
visited. The crew discovers that the Iotians have remade themselves
in the image of Kirk's Federation. The Iotians take control of
the Enterprise and are poised to take their piece of the Federation.
(Michael Martin, Andy Mangels; Ron Randall, Art Nichols; Randall, Nichols)

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