The Complete Starfleet Library

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2010

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Art of Star Trek OnlineThe Art of Star Trek Online
Atari

Contents

The Ships
The Characters
The Environments
The Weapons
The Game Manual

Comments

Published February 2010. Included with the special edition release of the Star Trek Online MMORPG (massively multiplayer online role playing game), this is a small hardcover book (slightly larger than a DVD case with nearly 40 pages of full colour art and a brief game manual. There are no credits for editing, writing, artwork, etc.

Starships BCD-EraJackill's Starfleet Data Sheets Starships BCD-Era Volume 1 Technical Readouts
Eric Kristiansen

Contents

EX-0 Starfleet Transwarp Concept Excelsior Heavy Cruiser
EX-1 Starfleet Transwarp Concept Excelsior Heavy Cruiser
EX-2 Starfleet Enterprise Heavy Cruiser
EX-3 Starfleet Excelsior Class Heavy Cruiser
EX-4 Starfleet Scout Michael Adam Class
EX-5 Starfleet Destroyer Loki Class
EX-6 Starfleet Command Cruiser Joshua Class
CE-1 Starfleet Heavy Cruiser Ambassador Class
CE-2 Starfleet Scout Vanguard Class
CE-3 Starfleet Destroyer Defender Class
CE-4 Starfleet Interceptor Prowler Class
CE-5 Starfleet U.S.S. Zuhkov Heavy Cruiser
TNGT-3 Starfleet Runabout Danube Class
TNG-1 Enterprise Heavy Cruiser
TNG-2 Enterprise Heavy Cruiser Refit
TNG-4 Starfleet Exploration Cruiser Intrepid Class
TNG-5 Starfleet Defiant Escort Cruiser
TNG-6 Starfleet Tactical Cruiser Nebula Class
TNG-7 U.S.S. Phoenix Tactical Cruiser
TNG-8 Starfleet Cruiser Sasser Class
TNG-9 Starfleet Fast Tactical Cruiser Alexander Class
TNG-10 Starfleet Scout Freedom Class
TNG-11 Starfleet Destroyer Eagle Class
TNG-12 Starfleet Exploration Cruiser Cheyenne Class
TNG-13 Starfleet Escort Cruiser Stringer Class
TNGS-1 Starfleet Border Scout Douglas Class
Comments

Comments

Kristiansen compiles data sheets of ships from the post-TOS years, previously released separately from 1994 to 2005, as a trade paperback. Each type of ship is given several pages of detailed views, statistics, and other information.

Night of the Living TrekkiesNight of the Living Trekkies
Kevin David Anderson and Sam Stall
Quirk Books
253 pages

Blurb

Journey to the final frontier of sci-fi zombie horror!

Jim Pike was the world's biggest Star Trek fan -- until two tours of duty in Afghanistan destroyed his faith in the human race. Now he sleepwalks through life as the assistant manager of a small hotel in downtown Houston.

But when hundreds of Trekkies arrive in his lobby for a science fiction convention, Jim finds himself surrounded by costumed Klingons, Vulcans, and Ferengi -- plus a strange virus that transforms its carriers into savage, flesh-eating zombies!

As bloody corpses stumble to life and the planet teeters on the brink of total apocalypse, Jim must deliver a ragtag crew of fanboys and fangirls to safety. Dressed in homemade uniforms and armed with prop phasers, their prime directive is to survive. But how long can they last in the ultimate no-win scenario?

Comments

Published September 2010, this book comes from the publisher responsible for Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. It's a work of fiction about Star Trek fans. And zombies.

Official Star Trek Prop and Costume AuctionThe Official Star Trek Prop and Costume Auction 8-8-2010
Propworx
295 pages

Contents

Prologue
Auction Notices
Foreword
Acknowledgments
Interviews
The Auction
Star Trek: TOS
Star Trek Movies
Star Trek: TNG
Star Trek: DS9
Trials and Tribble-ations
Star Trek: Voyager
Star Trek: Enterprise
Star Trek: The Experience
Session 2: The Rick Sternbach Collection of Original Concept Art
Session 2: The Mike and Denise Okuda Collection of Star Trek Crew Gifts
Conditions of Sale

Blurb

The Star Trek Auction Catalog showcases the 450 props, costumes and set pieces featured in the Star Trek Auction by Propworx and officially licensed by CBS. This catalog is not only a lot by lot presentation of every item in the auction, but also a celebration of the art, design, props, costumes and sets and the talented craftsmen who created them, including specifically Star Trek artists Doug Drexler, Mike and Denise Okuda, and Rick Sternbach.

This catalog will serve as a preview for those looking to bid in the auction, a reference for collectors who share the passion for screen-used props and costumes, and an archive for those looking to acquire items from this auction in the future.

Each item is captured with high-resolution photography and a meticulous description. Collectors and fans will find even more details on the items online at www.Propworx.com/StarTrek.

Comments

Published for an auction in August 2010, this is a lavishly illustrated, large hardcover book. Like the two-volume trade paperback catalogue from the 2006 Christie's auction, this book should appeal to fans of books of Trek art and design and books on the making of the series.

This book can be downloaded for free from the Propworx website at http://www.propworx.com/downloads/StarTrek_CatalogV10_lowRes.pdf.

Star Trek Alien Spotlight Volume 2Star Trek: Alien Spotlight Volume 2
Arne Schmidt, Andy Schmidt, Keith R.A. DeCandido, Scott Tipton, David Tipton, Ian Edgington, Stuart Moore
IDW

Contents

Cardassians by Arne Schmidt and Andy Schmidt
Klingons by Keith R.A. DeCandido
Q by Scott Tipton and David Tipton
Romulans by Ian Edgington
Tribbles by Stuart Moore

Blurb

Cardassians, Klingons, Q, Romulans, and Tribbles. Five different and distinct alien races, all part of the Star Trek Universe. Alien Spotlight Volume 2 introduces five stand-alone stories that take you on unique and intriguing adventures, each focusing on an alien species that has come into contact -- and often conflict -- with the Federation of Planets!

About Spotlight: Klingons:

For me, this is easily the best presented issue IDW has in their Star Trek line to date...
-- Alex Fletcher, TrekMovie.com

About Spotlight: Q:

IDW does an excellent job of bringing together talented writers and artists to recreate the magic of TNG... 10/10
-- Andy Frisk, comicbookbin.com

About Spotlight: Romulans:

It really does live up to its title of Star Trek: Alien Spotlight: Romulans...
-- Chade Nevitt, CBR

Comments

Published March 2010. This collects IDW's second miniseries of standalone comics featuring different alien cultures from the various series of Star Trek. The first miniseries was reprinted in trade paperback by IDW in 2008 as Star Trek: Alien Spotlight Volume 1.

Star Trek as MythStar Trek As Myth: Essays on Symbol and Archetype at the Final Frontier
Matthew Wilhelm Kapell, editor
McFarland
229 pages

Contents

Acknowledgments
Introduction: The Significance of the Star Trek Mythos by Matthew Wilhelm Kapell
Part One: A Partial Canon of Star Trek Myth Criticism
Star Trek as Myth and Television as Mythmaker by Wm. Blake Tyrell
A Structuralist Appreciation of Star Trek by Peter J. Claus
Some Implications of the Mythology in Star Trek by C. Scott Littleton
Star Trek: American Dream, Myth and Reality by Ace G. Pilkington
Speakers for the Dead: Star Trek, the Holocaust, and the Representation of Atrocity by Matthew Wilhelm Kapell
"Every Old Trick is New Again": Myth in Quotations and the Star Trek Franchise by Djoymi Baker
Part Two: Boldly Going Forward: New Frontiers of Mythic Star Trek Analysis
Star Trek as American Monomyth by John Shelton Lawrence
The Sisko, the Christ: A Comparison of Messiah Figures in the Star Trek Universe and the New Testament by Jeffery S. Lamp
Course in Federation Linguistics by Richard R. Jones
Evocations and Evasions of Archetypal Lesbian Love in Star Trek: Voyager by Roger Kaufman
The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Surak: Star Trek: Enterprise, Anti-Catholicism and the Vulcan Reformation by Jennifer E. Porter
A Vision of a Time and Place: Spiritual Humanism and the Utopian Impulse by Bruce Isaacs
The Kirk Doctrine: The Care and Repair of Archetypal Heroic Leadership in J.J. Abrams' Star Trek by Stephen McVeigh
Conclusion: The Hero With a Thousand Red Shirts by Matthew Wilhelm Kapell
About the Contributors
Index

Blurb

In the past, the examination of myth has traditionally been the study of the "Primitive" or the "Other." More recently, myth has been increasingly employed in movies and in television productions. Nowhere is this more apparent than in the Star Trek television and movie franchise. This collection of essays on Star Trek brings together perspectives from scholars in fields including film, anthropology, history, American studies and biblical scholarship. Together the essays examine the symbolism, religious implications, heroic and gender archetypes, and lasting effects of the Star Trek "mythscape."

Comments

Published March 2010. Kapell has written a number of essays on science fiction and has co-edited books on Star Wars and The Matrix. One of the contributors, Jennifer E. Porter, co-edited the 1999 critical anthology Star Trek and Sacred Ground: Explorations of Star Trek, Religion, and American Culture.

Burden of KnowledgeStar Trek: Burden of Knowledge
Scott Tipton and David Tipton
IDW
104 pages

Contents

Uncertain Prescriptions
A Failure to Communicate
A Matter of Perspective
The Burden of Knowledge
Art Gallery

Blurb

"You can be safe in the knowledge that the Tiptons close out another successful Trek tale, and Manfredi has shown that these characters are no burden to create." - TrekWeb.com

"...To boldly go where no man has gone before!" It's high adventure in deep space, in classic Star Trek: The Original Series style! From the creative team behind the critically acclaimed Spock: Reflections, get ready for brand-new missions from the voyages of the U.S.S. Enterprise! Join Captain James T. Kirk, Mr. Spock, Dr. McCoy, and the rest of the Enterprise crew as they encounter new friends and old enemies, and uncover a conspiracy of galactic proportions!

Comments

Published December 2010, this collects a comic miniseries published in 2010. The Tiptons have written several of IDW's Star Trek comics.

Fool's GoldStar Trek: Deep Space Nine: Fool's Gold
Scott Tipton and David Tipton
IDW
104 pages

Blurb

Captain Sisko and the crew of Deep Space Nine make their triumphant return to comics! When the station begins to be overrun by thieves, treasure-seekers, bounty-hunters, and other assorted ne'er-do-wells, Major Kira and Constable Odo must find out why. Can they get to the bottom of it before the station's new visitors bring things to a boiling point?

"The Tiptons have demonstrated mastery of all eras of Trek... where they lead, I'll read." - Mark Martinez, Trekmovie.com

Comments

Published August 2010, this collects a comic miniseries published in 2010. The Tiptons have written several of IDW's Star Trek comics.

Leonard McCoy, Frontier DoctorStar Trek: Leonard McCoy, Frontier Doctor
John Byrne
IDW
104 pages

Contents

Weeds
Error
Medics
Hosts
Scalpel
Art Gallery

Blurb

His friend James T. Kirk has been promoted to Admiral, the U.S.S. Enterprise is in space dock for a refit, so McCoy is on his own as a member of the Frontier Medics Program in this collection of lively tales written and illustrated by John Byrne. Share the adventure as Bones confronts a mysterious plague on a distant world, contends with his growing distaste for the transporter, fights a virus that just might be smarter than he is, and wrestles with a dilemma that cuts to the very heart of his Hippocratic Oath. Along the way pick up story threads from Byrne's other Star Trek series, Assignment: Earth and Crew!

Comments

Published November 2010, this collects a comic miniseries published in 2010 featuring McCoy between the end of the original series and the beginning of the first movie. Byrne has written and illustrated several Star Trek comics for IDW.

Star Trek Motion Picture TrilogyStar Trek: Motion Picture Trilogy
Andy Schmidt and Mike W. Barr
IDW

Contents

Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan by Andy Schmidt
Star Trek III: The Search for Spock
by Mike W. Barr
Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home
by Mike W. Barr

Blurb

Prepare to embark on an epic three-part adventure starring the legendary crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise as they sacrifice their lives, ship, and freedom to save the universe from imminent destruction. Spanning across three motion pictures, the Star Trek: Motion Picture Trilogy is the ultimate story of heroism, duty, and friendship that will thrill old and new fans alike.

This collection includes IDW's 3-part adaptation of The Wrath of Khan, as well as digitally re-mastered and re-colored editions of The Search for Spock and The Voyage Home.

Comments

Published May 2010. This reprints the recent IDW adaptation of The Wrath of Khan and the DC adaptations of the other two films (DC had not yet acquired the Star Trek licence when The Wrath of Khan was released). This may have taken the place of the previously announced Star Trek: Movie Omnibus, which has been canceled or postponed to an unknown date and had the same cover art.

NeroStar Trek: Nero
Mike Johnson and Tim Jones
IDW

Blurb

"Johnson and Jones have pushed Nero into a class of Star Trek villainy that he may occupy all by himself. Nicely done." -- Mark Martinez, TrekMovie.com

In Star Trek: Countdown, the best-selling prequel to J.J. Abrams' blockbuster Star Trek, we were introduced to Nero for the first time and discovered what drove him to perform such heinous deeds. Now, in Star Trek: Nero, a story set within the same time-line as the film, we learn of the cold, dark, and lonely years Nero spent waiting for his nemesis to arrive -- the one he is so driven to extract vengeance from -- Ambassador Spock of Vulcan!

Story by Star Trek screenwriters Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci, written by Mike Johnson and Tim Jones, with art by David Messina -- the same team that brought you Star Trek: Countdown!

Comments

Published February 2010. This is a reprint collection of IDW's comic miniseries featuring the character Nero, from the 2009 Star Trek film. A hardcover edition was listed in Diamond Comics Distribution's cancellations list for February 2010. It may have been postponed, or cancelled outright.

Star Trek Omnibus: The Original SeriesStar Trek Omnibus: The Original Series
David Tischman, D.C. Fontana, Derek Chester, Scott Tipton, David Tipton, James Patrick, Andrew Steven Harris, Paul D. Storrie, John Byrne
IDW
464 pages

Contents

Year Four
Year Four: Enterprise Experiment
Blood Will Tell
Alien Spotlight

Blurb (from Amazon.com)

Blast off with the crew of the Enterprise on fantastic voyages through exciting worlds in this collection of Original Series era Star Trek comics. Collects Star Trek series Year Four, Enterprise Experiment, Klingons: Blood Will Tell, and The Original Series Alien Spotlights.

Comments

Published August 2010. IDW reprints several titles already reprinted in trade paperback in its smaller omnibus format.

RomulansStar Trek: Romulans: Pawns of War
John Byrne
IDW

Contents

Alien Spotlight: Romulans
Balance of Terror
Romulans: The Hollow Crown
Romulans: Schism

Art Gallery

Blurb

Collecting legendary creator John Byrne's tales of Star Trek's Romulans, this six-issue volume includes his Alien Spotlight, the two-part Hollow Crown story, the concluding, three-part Schism series, and an all-new 12-page "Balance of Terror" adaptation. Mystery, intrigue, and war abound in this riveting tale!

Comments

Published February 2010. As the blurb says, this reprints several Romulan stories by Byrne, who has produced several other Star Trek comics for IDW.

Spock: ReflectionsStar Trek: Spock: Reflections
Scott Tipton and David Tipton
IDW

Blurb

A Vulcan, on Romulus? Absurd! Or is it? In the follow-up collection to the smash hit Star Trek: Countdown movie prequel, we discover what could drive a man to abandon all he knows and go to live with the Federation's sworn enemy, learn his real motivations, and watch as he looks back at what brought him to this point in his life.

Comments

Published January 2010. This is a reprint of IDW's comic miniseries featuring Spock and dealing with the continuity established by the 2009 Star Trek film.

GhostsStar Trek: The Next Generation: Ghosts
Zander Cannon
IDW

Contents

Ghosts
Art Gallery

Blurb

On a diplomatic mission to Allios IV, Captain Picard and the crew of the Enterprise intercept a distress call from a research vessel also in orbit around the planet. On the ship they rescue Uul Everuud, a gravely wounded scientist and the only survivor from an apparent explosion.

Resuming their mission after delivering Everuud to sickbay, Picard and his officers become entangled in a bitter dispute between two ancient warring nations -- eventually leading to Lieutenant Worf being taken hostage and threatened with execution, and Picard mysteriously disappearing from the bridge of the Enterprise in full view of his crew!

Meanwhile, Everuud soon becomes the enigmatic pawn, and possible key in a decades-long conflict between these two factions -- but can the puzzle be unlocked before time runs out for Lieutenant Worf and Captain Picard?

Written by Eisner-nominated writer Zander Cannon (Top Ten).

Comments

Published June 2010. This is a comic reprint collection from a first-time Trek writer.

Star TrekStar Trek: The Official Motion Picture Adaptation
Mike Johnson and Tim Jones
IDW
152 pages

Contents

Star Trek
Art Gallery

Blurb

JJ Abrams' re-imagining of Star Trek was a worldwide blockbuster that kept viewers on the edge of their seats, thrilled by the dynamic new adventures of Captain James T. Kirk, Mr. Spock, Dr. McCoy, Mr. Scott, and the rest of the crew of the starship Enterprise.

Now, in this stunning graphic novel adaptation of that groundbreaking film, crafted by the same creative team that brought you Star Trek: Countdown -- the best-selling official prequel to the film -- you can experience those terrific celluloid moments over and over again. Produced with the full cooperation of Bad Robot and based on the screenplay by Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman, this electrifying adaptation is sure to delight Star Trek fans everywhere!

Comments

Published October 2010, this adaptation of the 2009 movie is written by the team responsible for the Countdown and Nero movie tie-in comics.

Star Trek 365Star Trek: The Original Series 365
Paula M. Block with Terry J. Erdmann
Abrams
744 pages

Contents

Introduction by Dorothy "D.C." Fontana
Preface
(1-365)
Index
Acknowledgments

Blurb

A visual celebration of Star Trek: The Original Series, including the definitive guide to all 79 original episodes

Comments

Published September 2010. As Pocket has all but given up on publishing Trek nonfiction, other publishers are being allowed to produce authorized books; this is the first from Abrams. The authors have written several nonfiction books for Pocket. Block was, for several years, a Paramount licensing employee who worked with Pocket on its book line.

This is a very thick and heavy hardcover book, with a colour photograph on each righthand page and text on the left.

U.S.S. Enterprise ManualU.S.S. Enterprise Owners' Workshop Manual
Ben Robinson and Marcus Riley
Gallery Books
176 pages

Contents

Foreword by Michael and Denise Okuda
U.S.S. Enterprise History: NX-01 - NCC1701-E
NX-01
Faster Than Light
NCC-1701
How Transporters Work
NCC-1701-B
Time Travel
NCC-1701-C
Deflector Shields
NCC-1701-D
Parallel Universes
NCC-1701-E
Appendix: Size Comparison Chart
Acknowledgements

Blurb

The U.S.S. Enterprise is without doubt the most famous starship in history. The vessels that have carried the name have saved the galaxy countless times and her captains, including Archer, Kirk, and Picard, have been legendary.

This Haynes Manual provides in-depth information about these extraordinary ships, from the Enterprise NX-01, to Captain Kirk's Enterprise NCC-1701 and Captain Picard's Enterprise NCC-1701-D including histories of each vessel, technical information about their systems, and discussions of key technologies such as transporters and warp-speed travel. Find out exactly what powered these ships, how they were armed and what it took to operate them.

The book features newly created artwork throughout, including full-ship cutaways of each Enterprise, key systems, and interior locations together with detailed new exterior views by one of Star Trek's original visual effects artists.

This Haynes Manual is fully authorized by CBS and technical consultant Michael Okuda, who spent twenty years working on Star Trek TV series and movies.

Comments

This is a technical manual produced by a British publisher best known for its automotive repair manuals. In North America, at least, the book appears under Simon & Schuster's Gallery imprint. The UK edition as listed on Amazon.co.uk is apparently published by Haynes; it has a different ISBN from the Gallery edition and, assuming the Amazon cover image is accurate, a slightly different cover design.

Pocket Star Trek Novels

Star Trek: The Original Series

Paperback novels

Inception(Star Trek) Inception
S.D. Perry and Britta Dennison
Pocket

Blurb

As man expands beyond explored space, the need to find a way to make inhospitable planets hospitable grows greater. One young biologist, Carol Marcus, has a project that she is convinced can reshape planets. She puts together a team of young, committed scientists who dare to dream as she does: of a Federation remade so hunger is eradicated, where every world can be reshaped into a paradise. The belief that all things are possible, that man can strive to conquer space not with force but with science, is shared by James Kirk, a young Starfleet officer and her lover.

Leila Kalomi, a renowned botanist, is looking for a new direction. After hearing about Marcus's project, she applies for a position. She finds Carol's passion contagious, and a chance encounter with the Enterprise's science officer, Spock, convinces her to join Project: Inception.

Four people just trying to find the balance between their careers and their personal lives, trying to make the right choice not just for themselves but for the betterment of all mankind. The choices they make will rewrite the history of the Federation and change forever how man explores space.

Comments

Published January 2010 (dated February). Perry and Dennison previously collaborated on the second and third novels in the Terok Nor trilogy. This novel is a prequel to the original series featuring Carol Marcus (Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan) and Leila Kalomi ("This Side of Paradise").

Unspoken Truth(Star Trek) The Unspoken Truth
Margaret Wander Bonanno
Pocket

Blurb

A social experiment was conceived. Its goal was to breed the best, the brightest, the most malleable and most loyal soldiers to ever serve. To this end, the Romulan Empire used its own children, blinded by the belief that anything that would bring glory to the praetor was justified. And when the winds of politics changed, these children were abandoned, left to die on a world so horrifying that it was dubbed -- by those who dared to cling to life -- Hellguard.

One wild child, Saavik, was rescued by Spock. He took the half-Vulcan, half-Romulan child home to his parents, knowing that if anyone could reach and rescue Saavik, it was them.

Now a Starfleet officer, Saavik has striven to honor her mentor and her Vulcan heritage. But recent events have shaken her. Left behind on Vulcan while the rest of the Enterprise crew goes to face court-martial for stealing and destroying their ship, the young science officer is adrift when two men from her past confront her. Tolek, another Hellguard survivor, tells Saavik that the survivors are being killed one-by-one and only they can discover who and why. The other, a Romulan who claims to be her father, swears it is the Vulcans who are eliminating the Hellguard survivors because they are an embarrassment to all of Vulcan, but that she has the power to stop it, by bringing down the Vulcan ambassador, Sarek.

Not knowing where to turn, not knowing whom to trust, Saavik must find her own answers, and discover who she truly is.

Comments

Published April 2010. This is a Saavik story, drawing on the background created for but not used in Star Trek II, and elaborated on by Vonda McIntyre in her movie novelizations and Carolyn Clowes in her novel The Pandora Principle.

The Children of Kings(Star Trek) The Children of Kings
David Stern
Pocket

Blurb

A distress call goes out from a Federation outpost near the Klingon border. The U.S.S. Enterprise, under the command of Captain Christopher Pike, responds. Starbase 18 lies in ruin. There are no survivors. And there is no clue as to who is responsible for the attack, until Captain Pike's brilliant science officer discovers a means of retrieving parts of the station's log.

Lieutenant Spock has detected signs of a unique energy signature, one that he believes is Klingon. There are unsubstantiated reports that the Klingon Empire has made a technological leap forward and created a cloaking device -- code-named Black Snow Seven -- that can shield their ships from even the most advanced sensors. The destruction of the base and the unique energy signature that remains prove that the Empire has succeeded.

For generations the Orions have been known as pirates,operating at the margins, outside of legal conventions. A proud and powerful race, the Orions were once a major force in the sector, and they have been using the tension between the Klingon Empire and the Federation to rebuild their power. Captain Pike is charged with trying to foster cooperation between the Orions and the Federation. A distress call from an Orion vessel offers him the perfect opportunity. But the Orion ship lies in disputed space long claimed by the Klingon Empire, and crossing it could be the spark that sets off an interstellar war.

Comments

Due April/May 2010. Former Pocket editor Stern, who has written several Enterprise novels, writes his first original series novel. This was originally announced under the title To Thine Own Self.

Star Trek: Corps of Engineers

Hardcovers and trade paperbacks

Out of the Cocoon(Star Trek: Corps of Engineers) Out of the Cocoon
Robert T. Jeschonek, Kevin Killiany, William Leisner, and Phaedra M. Weldon
Gallery

Contents

Out of the Cocoon by William Leisner
Honor by Kevin Killiany
Blackout by Phaedra Weldon
The Cleanup by Robert T. Jeschonek

Blurb

When something in the galaxy needs to be fixed, tweaked, investigated, or repaired, the Federation sends in the best: the Starfleet Corps of Engineers. Traveling throughout the quadrant on the Sabre-class U.S.S. da Vinci, Captain David Gold, former Starship Enterprise engineer Commander Sonya Gomez, and the crack S.C.E. team solve the problems of the galaxy, one disaster at a time.

Whether dealing with the legacy of Captain Jean-Luc Picard's decision regarding the Mariposa colony, stopping an alien predator from destroying a pre-warp culture, fixing a planet-wide power outage, or repairing the damage done by the Dominion to a former ally, the Corps of Engineers is on the case!

But not all problems are technical: Dr. Elizabeth Lense deals with the consequences of her unexpected pregnancy, Security Chief Domenica Corsi encounters a Prime Directive crisis, Dr. Bart Faulwell faces a personal crossroads, and Chief Vance Hawkins must try to lay the ghosts of the Dominion War to rest.

Comments

Originally scheduled for December 2009, then December 2010, and finallyscheduled for July 2010 to fill one of the gaps caused by the postponing of the four novels set in the new movie continuity, this reprints ebooks 57 through 60.

What's Past(Star Trek: Corps of Engineers) What's Past
Terri Osborne, Steve Mollmann, Michael Schuster, Richard C. White, Dayton Ward, Kevin Dilmore, Heather Jarman, and Keith R.A. DeCandido
Gallery

Contents

Progress by Terri Osborne
The Future Begins by Steve Mollmann and Michael Schuster
Echoes of Coventry by Richard C. White
Distant Early Warning by Dayton Ward and Kevin Dilmore
10 is Better Than 01 by Heather Jarman
Many Splendors by Keith R.A. DeCandido

Blurb

Before they became the crack team of engineers we've all come to know and love on the U.S.S. da Vinci, the Starfleet Corps of Engineers team had plenty of adventures throughout the galaxy. Now some of those exploits are chronicled, featuring special guests from all across the Star Trek universe.

What's Past

Progress: Captain David Gold's previous command brings him and former Starship Enterprise medical officer Dr. Katherine Pulaski to Drema IV and a special young woman named Sarjenka.

The Future Begins: Learn how Captain Montgomery Scott found himself in charge of the S.C.E. -- also featuring Geordi La Forge, Admirals Alynna Nechayev and William Ross, and Robin Lefler.

Echoes of Coventry: During the height of the Dominion War, Bart Faulwell is part of a team that must crack Cardassian codes.

Distant Early Warning: In the 23rd century, the U.S.S. Lovell helps in the construction of Starbase Vanguard in this prequel to the hit novel series.

10 is Better Than 01: An inside look at the culture of Bynaus, home of 110 -- the future Soloman.

Many Splendors: Before they were reunited on the da Vinci, Sonya Gomez and Kieran Duffy had a whirlwind romance aboard the Starship Enterprise.

Comments

Due August 2010, filling in a gap in the schedule, as above. This book includes all six ebooks from the What's Past miniseries, including Ward and Dilmore's Vanguard-set story.

Star Trek: Mirror Universe

Paperback novels

The Sorrows of Empire(Star Trek: Mirror Universe) The Sorrows of Empire
David Mack
Pocket

Blurb

One man can shape the future...but at what cost?

"In every revolution, there is one man with a vision."

Captain James T. Kirk of the United Federation of Planets spoke those prophetic words to Commander Spock of the Terran Empire, hoping to inspire change. He could not have imagined the impact his counsel would have.

Armed with a secret weapon of terrifying power and a vision of the alternate universe's noble Federation, Spock seizes control of the Terran Empire and commits it to the greatest gamble in its history: democratic reform.

Rivals within the empire try to stop him; enemies outside unite to destroy it.

Only a few people suspect the shocking truth: Spock is knowingly arranging his empire's downfall. But why? Have the burdens of imperial rule driven him mad? Or is this the coldly logical scheme of a man who realizes that freedom must always be paid for in blood?

Spock alone knows that the fall of the empire will be the catalyst for a political chain reaction -- one that will alter the fate of his universe forever.

Comments

Published January 2010. This is a novel-length expansion of the original series-era Mirror Universe novella of the same title published in 2007's Glass Empires.

Star Trek: Starfleet Academy

Hardcovers and trade paperbacks

Delta Anomaly(Star Trek: Starfleet Academy) The Delta Anomaly
Rick Barba
Simon Spotlight

Blurb

A mysterious killer from the past has returned...

After a rough week at Starfleet Academy, James T. Kirk and his friends blow off steam at San Francisco's hottest new club. Their good times come to a screeching halt, however, when one of the cadets is attacked by someone who seemingly appears out of thin air.

Bones and his medical team save the cadet's life, but they uncover the horrifying consequences of the attack. Meanwhile, Starfleet's investigation reveals the assailant is actually a brutal serial killer from the past -- a mysterious entity known only as the Doctor. Who is the Doctor, and why has he returned after disappearing more than twenty years ago?

At the urging of Commander Spock, Cadet Uhura is called in to help decipher a chilling message from the Doctor. Spock has no idea that by enlisting Uhura's help, he has placed her firmly in the Doctor's sights.

Before long, Kirk, Uhura, and Bones are caught up in the Doctor's dangerous web as they race against time to stop the killer before he strikes again.

Comments

Published November 2010. This is the first in a new series of young adult novels, aimed at older readers than past Trek YA books, set in the continuity of the 2009 Star Trek movie and published as hardcovers, trade paperbacks, and ebooks. Barba's previous Trek book is 2003's Star Trek: Elite Force II Official Strategy Guide.

The Edge(Star Trek: Starfleet Academy) The Edge
Rudy Josephs
Simon Spotlight

Blurb

A new beginning -- but the same old problems.

Jim Kirk arrives at Starfleet Academy ready to take on whatever challenges arise. Most new beginnings mean you get to start with a clean slate, but Kirk quickly discovers that he is already infamous among his classmates. Thanks to his bravado and boasting that he'll finish the four-year program in three, they've already made up their minds about what kind of rival he is... and how they will beat him.

The Academy's program is extremely rigorous and uncompromising. The students are the best and the brightest, and the school demands total commitment from them -- physically and mentally. Kirk is ready for it all, but he didn't expect that some cadets will do anything to ensure they succeed at the Academy, no matter the cost.

He soon finds that his best friend, McCoy, is one of the main suspects in an Academy misconduct investigation for crimes that could cost the lives of his classmates. Kirk is determined to clear McCoy's name and unmask the dark side of Academy life -- before it's too late.

Comments

Published December 2010. Josephs's first Star Trek fiction is a short story in the Mirror Universe anthology Shards and Shadows.

This appeared in early listings under the title The Competitive Edge.

Star Trek Crossovers and Miscellaneous

Hardcovers and trade paperbacks

Shattered LightStar Trek: Myriad Universes: Shattered Light
David R. George III, Steve Mollmann, Michael Schuster, and Scott Pearson
Gallery

Contents

The Embrace of Cold Architects by David R. George III
The Tears of Eridanus by Steve Mollmann and Michael Schuster
Honor in the Night by Scott Pearson

Blurb

It's been said that for any event, there are an infinite number of possible outcomes. Our choices determine which outcome will follow, and therefore all possibilities that could happen do happen across alternate realities. In these divergent realms, known history is bent, like white light through a shattered prism -- broken into a boundless spectrum of what-might-have-beens. But in those myriad universes, what might have been... is what actually occurred.

The Embrace of Cold Architects. "Mister Worf -- fire." With those words, William T. Riker defeated the Borg -- and destroyed Captain Jean-Luc Picard. Now, a heartsore Captain Riker must carry on the legacy of the commanding officer and friend whose death he ordered. But crises face him at every turn, from Cardassian aggression to the return of Data's creator, Noonien Soong. But it is Data's creation of a daughter, Lal, that may prove to be everyone's undoing....

The Tears of Eridanus. Commander Hikaru Sulu of the Kumari -- finest ship of the Interstellar Guard, the military arm of the Interstellar Union that includes Andor, Earth, and Tellar -- is sent to rescue an observation team on a primitive desert planet. The world has many names -- 40 Eridani A-II, Minshara, T'Khasi, Vulcan -- and its savage natives have taken the team hostage, including Sulu's daughter, Demora. Even as Captain Sulu negotiates with the fierce T'Pau, Deniora meets the elderly S'oval, and with him the only hope for the planet's future....

Honor in the Night. Former Federation president Nilz Baris has died. After losing Sherman's Planet to the Klingons thanks to poisoned quadrotriticale, the agriculture undersecretary parlayed that defeat into years of political battles with the Klingon Empire, and eventually the Federation's highest office. Now, the Federation News Service wants the story of his life, a quest that digs up many secrets -- including the mystery of why his final words were "Arne Darvin."

Comments

Published December 2010, originally scheduled for November 2009. The third book in the series of what-if stories features includes the first novel-length contributions from Mollmann, Schuster, and Pearson..

Seven Deadly SinsStar Trek: Seven Deadly Sins
Dayton Ward, Kevin Dilmore, David A. McIntee, James Swallow, Keith R.A. DeCandido, Britta Burdett Dennison, Marc D. Giller, Greg Cox
Gallery

Contents

Pride: The First Peer by Dayton Ward and Kevin Dilmore
Greed: Reservoir Ferengi by David A. McIntee
Envy: The Slow Knife by James Swallow
Wrath: The Unhappy Ones by Keith R.A. DeCandido
Lust: Freedom Angst by Britta Burdett Dennison
Gluttony: Revenant by Marc D. Giller
Sloth: Work is Hard by Greg Cox
About the Authors

Blurb

Pride. Greed. Envy. Wrath. Lust. Gluttony. Sloth. The Seven Deadly Sins delineate the path to a person's downfall, the surest way to achieve eternal damnation. But there is a way out, a way to reclaim salvation: blame it on the demons -- taunting you, daring you to embrace these sins -- and you shall be free. The painful truth is that these impulses live inside all of us, inside all sentient beings. But alas, one person's sin may be another being's virtue.

The pride of the Romulan Empire is laid bare in "The First Peer," by Dayton Ward and Kevin Dilmore.

A Ferengi is measured by his acquisition of profit. "Reservoir Ferengi," by David A.McIntee, depicts the greed that drives that need.

The Cardassians live in a resource-poor system, surrounded by neighbors who have much more. The envy at the heart of Cardassian drive is "The Slow Knife,"by James Swallow.

The Klingons have tried since the time of Kahless to harness their wrath with an honor code, but they haven't done so, as evidenced in "The Unhappy Ones," by Keith R.A. DeCandido.

Humans' darkest impulses run free in the Mirror Universe. "Freedom Angst," by Britta Burdett Dennison, illustrates the lust that drives many there.

The Borg's desire to add to their perfection is gluttonous and deadly in "Revenant," by Marc D. Giller.

To be a Pakled is to live to up to the ideal of sloth in "Work Is Hard," by Greg Cox.

Comments

Published March 2010, originally scheduled for August 2009. This is a collection of original stories. Jimmy Diggs was originally named as the author of the Pakled story, but that spot has been taken by Greg Cox.

Paperback novels

The Needs of the Many(Star Trek Online) The Needs of the Many
Michael A. Martin
Pocket

Blurb

Prior to the terror-filled times of the Long War -- the seemingly endless struggle against the Undine, a paranoid, shape-shifting race once known only as Species 8472 -- enemy sleeper agents quietly penetrated every echelon of Federation society, as well as other starfaring civilizations throughout the Alpha and Beta quadrants. The ensuing conflict shook humanity to its very core, often placing its highest ideals against a pure survival instinct. All too frequently, the Undine War demanded the harshest of sacrifices and exacted the steepest of personal costs from the countless millions whose lives the great interdimensional clash forever altered.

Drawn from his exhaustive research and interviews, The Needs of the Many delivers a glimpse of Betar Prize-winning author Jake Sisko's comprehensive "living history" of this tumultuous era. With collaborator Michael A. Martin, Sisko illuminates an often-poorly-understood time, an age marked indelibly by both fear and courage -- not to mention the willingness of multitudes of unsung heroes who became the living embodiment of the ancient Vulcan philosopher Surak's famous axiom, "The needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few."

Cast across the vast backdrop of Cryptic Studios' graphically stunning vision of a bold new century on the final frontier and beyond, The Needs of the Many adds a literary dimension to the immersive, massively multiplayer role-playing experience -- Star Trek: Online.

Comments

Published April 2010. Credited to Martin and Jake Sisko, this is apparently based on the background material created for the Star Trek Online game, presented as an oral history book by Sisko.

Zero Sum Game(Star Trek: Typhon Pact 1) Zero Sum Game
David Mack
Pocket

Blurb

A spy for the Typhon Pact -- a new political rival of the Federation -- steals the plans for Starfleet's newest technological advance: the slipstream drive. To stop the Typhon Pact from unlocking the drive's secrets, Starfleet Intelligence recruits a pair of genetically enhanced agents: Dr. Julian Bashir, of station Deep Space 9, and Sarina Douglas, a woman whose talents Bashir helped bring to fruition, and whom Bashir thinks of as his long-lost true love.

Bashir and Douglas are sent to infiltrate the mysterious species known as the Breen, find the hidden slipstream project, and destroy it. Meanwhile, light-years away, Captain Ezri Dax and her crew on the U.S.S. Aventine play a dangerous game of cat and mouse with a Typhon Pact fleet that stands between them and the safe retrieval of Bashir and Douglas from hostile territory.

Comments

Tentatively due October 2010. The Typhon Pact miniseries follows on from 2009's post-Destiny books, which established the Typhon Pact as a new coalition of familiar (and sometimes hostile) cultures near Federation space. Unlike the Destiny trilogy, however, the four Typhon Pact books are essentially standalone novels. Zero Sum Game prominently features characters from Deep Space Nine.

Seize the Fire(Star Trek: Typhon Pact 2) Seize the Fire
Michael A. Martin
Pocket

Blurb

Shortly after revealing its union with the Federation's newest adversary -- a coalition of galactic powers known as the Typhon Pact -- the Gorn Hegemony suffers an ecological disaster that destroys the hatchery world of their critically important warrior caste. Fortunately, the Gorn had already been investigating traces of an ancient but powerful "quick terraforming" technology left behind by a long-vanished civilization. This technology, should it prove controllable, promises to restore their delicate biological and social status quo. But when a Gorn warrior prepares to use the technology to reshape the planet Hranrar into a new warrior-caste spawning ground, threatening to extinguish the native Hranrarii, he draws the unwanted attention of a mad Gorn warrior determined to bring the military caste into dominance.

Meanwhile, the U.S.S. Titan embarks upon a search for this potent technology in the hope of using it to heal the wounds the Federation sustained during the recent Borg crisis. Captain Riker must balance his responsibility for his crew's safety against the welfare of the Hranrarii and his duty to the Prime Directive. With a menacing Typhon Pact fleet nipping at his heels, Riker must not only stop the Gorn warriors but also plumb the secrets of an ancient terraforming artifact. But of everyone serving aboard Titan, Commander Tuvok may be the only one who understands how dangerous such planet-altering technology can be, even when used with the best of intentions....

Comments

Published November 2010. Though labeled as a Typhon Pact book, this is also part of the Star Trek: Titan series.

Rough Beasts of Empire(Star Trek: Typhon Pact 3) Rough Beasts of Empire
David R. George III
Pocket

Blurb

Still on Romulus in pursuit of his goal of reunifying the Vulcans and Romulans, Spock finds himself in the middle of a massive power struggle. In the wake of the assassination of the Praetor and the Senate, the Romulans have cleaved in two. While Empress Donatra has led her nascent Imperial Romulan State to establish relations with the Federation, Praetor Tal'aura has guided the original Romulan Star Empire toward joining the newly formed Typhon Pact. But numerous factions within the two Romulan nations vie for power and undivided leadership, and Machiavellian plots unfold as forces within and without the empires conduct high-stakes political maneuvers.

Meanwhile, four years after Benjamin Sisko returned from the Celestial Temple, circumstances have changed, his hopes for a peaceful life on Bajor with his wife and daughter beginning to slip away. After temporarily rejoining Starfleet for an all-hands-on-deck battle against the Borg, he must consider an offer to have him return for a longer stint. Beset by troubling events, he seeks spiritual guidance, facing demons new and old, including difficult memories from his time in the last Federation-Tzenkethi war.

Comments

Published December 2010. The third Typhon Pact novel involves the characters of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, a few years after the most recent relaunch novel. Some years previously, then-editor Marco Palmieri had expressed interest in publishing a Lost Era novel about Benjamin Sisko's experiences during the Tzenkethi War, and fan speculation had considered the possibility that this book might finally tell that story. As it happens, there are brief flashbacks to that time, but that is not the book's focus..

Note on Alphascript books

In 2009, the German publisher Alphascript (also operating as Betascript, Books LLC, etc) began publishing expensive ($50-$100) print-on-demand paperback collections of wikipedia material related to Star Trek (in addition to well over a thousand other books generated from other wikipedia content). There is no editing, no rewriting, just copied and pasted wikipedia entries. If you want wikipedia in print form, you could do it more cheaply yourself using a company like lulu.com. I strongly advise against buying these books.

These books will not be covered in detail here, but a few of the ones I'm aware of (and that are primarily about Star Trek) will be listed in the interest of completeness. At the rate they're being "published," it would be very difficult to keep up with them.

DataData (Star Trek)
Frederic P. Miller, Agnes F. Vandome, John McBrewster, editors
Alphascript
108 pages

Contents

Brent Spiner
Star Trek: The Next Generation
Noonien Soong
Sentience
Android
Starship
USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-D)
USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-E)
Positronic Brain
Human Behavior
Idiosyncrasy

Blurb

Lieutenant Commander Data played by Brent Spiner, is a character in Star Trek: The Next Generation (TNG) television series and in the four subsequent The Next Generation films. Designed and built by Doctor Noonien Soong, Data is a sentient android who serves as the second officer and chief operations officer aboard the starships USS Enterprise-D and USS Enterprise-E. His positronic brain allows him impressive computational capabilities. He has ongoing difficulties, however, understanding various aspects of human behavior and is unable to feel emotions or understand certain human idiosyncrasies. He is given an emotion chip in Star Trek: Generations. Data is in many ways a successor to the original Star Trek's Spock (Leonard Nimoy), in that the character offers an "outsider's" perspective on humanity.

Comments

This reproduces many of the wikipedia articles from a previous Alphascript book on Data and adds a couple of others..

James T. KirkJames T. Kirk: Character (arts), Star Trek, William Shatner, Protagonist, Star Trek: The Original Series, Star Trek: The Animated Series, Chris Pine, Star Trek (film), Jimmy Bennett
Frederic P. Miller, Agnes F. Vandome, John McBrewster, editors
Alphascript
104 pages

Contents

James T. Kirk: Character (arts) (wikipedia entry)
Star Trek (wikipedia entry)
William Shatner (wikipedia entry)
Protagonist (wikipedia entry)
Star Trek: The Original Series (wikipedia entry)
Star Trek: The Animated Series (wikipedia entry)
Chris Pine (wikipedia entry)
Star Trek (film) (wikipedia entry)
Jimmy Bennett (wikipedia entry)

Comments

This book recycles several wikipedia entries used in previous Alphascript wikipedia reprint books.

Ro LarenRo Laren: Star Trek: The Next Generation, Michelle Forbes, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Star Trek: Voyager
Lambert M. Surhone, Miriam T. Timpledon, Susan F. Marseken, editors
Betascript
96 pages

Blurb

High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Ro Laren is a recurring fictional character on Star Trek: The Next Generation, played by Michelle Forbes. Michelle Forbes declined the opportunity to portray 'Ro Laren' in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. The role was eventually filled by the character of Bajoran Major Kira Nerys. Ro Laren was also intended to be a main character in Star Trek: Voyager, as a former member of Chakotay's Maquis crew - when this didn't pan out, her character was replaced by the Human-Klingon hybrid B'Elanna Torres. According to her personnel file seen in the episode "Conundrum", Ro was born on January 17, 2340 on Bajor to Ro Talia and Gale, and attended Starfleet Academy from 2358 to 2362.

Comments

Published as by Betascript with a different set of "editors" credited.

Star Trek: Deep Space NineStar Trek: Deep Space Nine: Science Fiction, Television Program, Gene Roddenberry, Star Trek, Paramount Television
Lambert M. Surhone, Miriam T. Timpledon, Susan F. Marseken, editors
Betascript
88 pages

Contents

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
Science Fiction
Television Program
Gene Roddenberry
Star Trek
Paramount Television

Blurb

High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (sometimes abbreviated to ST:DS9 or DS9) is a science fiction television program that premiered in 1993 and ran for seven seasons, ending in 1999. Rooted in Gene Roddenberry's Star Trek universe, it was created by Rick Berman and Michael Piller, at the request of Brandon Tartikoff, and produced by Paramount Television. The main writers, in addition to Berman and Piller, included show runner Ira Steven Behr, Robert Hewitt Wolfe, Ronald D. Moore, Peter Allan Fields, Bradley Thompson, David Weddle, and René Echevarria.

Comments

As above.

First ContactStar Trek: First Contact: Star Trek, Science Fiction, Paramount Pictures, Alice Krige, USS Enterprise (NCC- 1701- E)
Lambert M. Surhone, Miriam T. Timpledon, Susan F. Marseken, editors
Betascript
108 pages

Contents

Star Trek: First Contact
Star Trek
Science Fiction
Paramount Pictures
Alice Krige
USS Enterprise (NCC- 1701- E)

Blurb

High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Star Trek: First Contact is the eighth feature film in the Star Trek science fiction franchise, released in November 1996 by Paramount Pictures. First Contact is the first film in the franchise to exclusively feature the cast of the Star Trek: The Next Generation television series. The television cast is joined by Alice Krige, Neal McDonough, James Cromwell and Alfre Woodard. In the film's plot, the crew of the USS Enterprise travel from the 24th to 21st century to save their future after the cybernetic Borg conquer Earth by changing the timeline.

Comments

As above.

NemesisStar Trek Nemesis, Stuart Baird, John Logan (Writer), Romulan Star Empire, United Federation of Planets
Lambert M. Surhone, Miriam T. Timpledon, Susan F. Marseken, editors
Betascript
72 pages

Contents

Star Trek Nemesis:
Stuart Baird,
John Logan (Writer),
Romulan Star Empire,
United Federation of Planets

Blurb

High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Star Trek Nemesis is a 2002 American science fiction film directed by Stuart Baird, written by John Logan (from a story developed by Logan, Brent Spiner, and producer Rick Berman), and with music composed by Jerry Goldsmith. It is the tenth feature film in the Star Trek franchise, and the fourth and final film to star the cast from the television series Star Trek: The Next Generation. It follows the mission of the crew of the USS Enterprise-E as they are forced to deal with a threat to the United Federation of Planets from a Reman named Shinzon who has taken control of the Romulan Star Empire in a coup.

Comments

As above.

VulcanVulcan (Star Trek): Fictional Universe, Star Trek, Vulcan (Star Trek planet), Extraterrestrial Life in Popular Culture, United Federation of Planets
Lambert M. Surhone, Miriam T. Timpledon, Susan F. Marseken, editors
Betascript
148 pages

Contents

Vulcan (Star Trek)
Fictional Universe
Star Trek
Vulcan (Star Trek planet)
Extraterrestrial Life in Popular Culture
United Federation of Planets

Blurb

High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Vulcans are a humanoid species in the fictional Star Trek universe who evolved on the planet Vulcan, and are noted for their attempt to live by reason and logic with no interference from emotion. They were the first extraterrestrial species to officially make first contact with Humans, and later became one of the founding members of the United Federation of Planets. Vulcans are featured in all five Star Trek series, three of which featured a Vulcan as a main character. Vulcans are depicted as similar in appearance to humans. The main physical differences are their eyebrows and ears: the former are arched and upswept, while the latter feature pinnae which taper into a point at the top. Vulcans can be classified into various races. Most caucasianoid-like Vulcans typically appear with a subtle greenish hue to their skin, due to Vulcans' copper-based blood.

Comments

As above.

Zefram CochraneZefram Cochrane: Character, Star Trek, Setting, Gene L. Coon, Star Trek: The Original Series, Metamorphosis, Glenn Corbett
Lambert M. Surhone, Miriam T. Timpledon, Susan F. Marseken, editors
Betascript
112 pages

Contents

Zefram Cochrane
Character
Star Trek
Setting
Gene L. Coon
Star Trek: The Original Series
Metamorphosis
Glenn Corbett

Blurb

High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Zefram Cochrane is a fictional character in the Star Trek universe. Created by writer Gene L. Coon, the character first appeared in the 1967 Star Trek episode "Metamorphosis", in which he was played by Glenn Corbett. James Cromwell later played Cochrane in the 1996 feature film Star Trek: First Contact and the 2001 Star Trek: Enterprise pilot, "Broken Bow". Footage of Cromwell from Star Trek: First Contact was used in the Enterprise episode "In a Mirror (Part I)", along with new footage of an identically-dressed actor whose face is not shown.

Comments

As above.


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