Star Trek Comics Checklist

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#1 Apr 1980
Star Trek: The Motion Picture
The original crew members of the Enterprise are reunited for an urgent mission. Stardate 7412.6

Issues #1-3 reprint Marvel Comics Super Special 15.

Writer: Marv Wolfman
Penciller: Dave Cockrum
Inker: Klaus Janson
Cover artist: Steve Leialoha

#2 May 1980
V'Ger
The Enterprise encounters V'Ger. Stardate 7413.2

Issues #1-3 reprint Marvel Comics Super Special 15.

Writer: Marv Wolfman
Penciller: Dave Cockrum
Inker: Klaus Janson
Cover artists: Dave Cockrum, Klaus Jansen

#3 Jun 1980
Evolutions
V'Ger reaches Earth and meets the creator. Stardate 7414.1

Issues #1-3 reprint Marvel Comics Super Special 15.

Writer: Marv Wolfman
Penciller: Dave Cockrum
Inker: Klaus Janson
Cover artist: Bob Wiacek

#4 Jul 1980
The haunting of Thallus
While returning an escaped prisoner to a prison satellite near Thallus, the Enterprise is haunted by monsters, werewolves, and vampires, and encounters a haunted house floating in space. Stardate 7416.2

Part one of a two-part story arc.

Writer: Marv Wolfman
Penciller: Dave Cockrum
Inker: Klaus Janson
Cover artist:

#5 Aug 1980
The haunting of the Enterprise
Klingons capture Kirk's landing party and attack the Enterprise with thought-created monsters. Stardate 7417.4

Conclusion of a two-part story arc.

Writer: Mike W. Barr
Penciller: Dave Cockrum
Inker: Klaus Janson
Cover artist: Frank Miller

#6 Sep 1980
The Enterprise murder case
An ambassador transports to the Enterprise with a knife in his back. Spock and McCoy act as criminal investigator and medical examiner. Stardate 7420.1

Writer: Mike W. Barr
Penciller: Dave Cockrum
Inker: Klaus Janson
Cover artist: Cockrum, Janson

#7 Oct 1980
Tomorrow or yesterday
The Enterprise must disperse a deadly cloud of radiation before it devastates a primitive planet. The landing party finds that their arrival was expected. Stardate 3708.2

Writer: Tom DeFalco
Penciller: Mike Nasser
Inker: Klaus Janson
Cover artist: Nasser

#8 Nov 1980
The expansionist syndrome
The Enterprise is captured by a race of machines and must free itself, along with the humanoids living with the machines. Spock is taken by the machines so that they can make use of his telepathic abilities. Stardate 7523.5

Writer: Martin Pasko
Penciller: Dave Cockrum
Inker: Ricardo Villamonte
Cover artist: Cockrum

#9 Dec 1980
Experiment in vengeance
The Enterprise finds a missing starship and the combined consciousness of an early transporter research team. The consciousness murdered the starship's crew and commandeered the ship to search for the team's missing leader. Stardate 7641.8

Writer: Martin Pasko
Penciller: Dave Cockrum
Inker: Frank Springer
Cover artist:

#10 Jan 1981
Domain of the dragon god
On a survey of a primitive planet, Spock and McCoy get caught in a conflict between warring tribes. Stardate 7673.6

Also contains Files of Starfleet Command Headquarters, Starfleet uniforms and rank insignia featuring TOS officers.

Writer: Michael Fleisher
Penciller: Leo Duranona
Inker: Klaus Janson
Cover artist:

#11 Feb 1981
Like a woman scorned
The Enterprise is menaced by a Scottish witch and the Loch Ness monster courtesy of Scotty's old flame. Stardate 6352.4/7935.6

Writer: Martin Pasko
Penciller: Joe Brozowski
Inker: Tom Palmer
Cover artist: Brozowski, Palmer

#12 Mar 1981
Eclipse of reason
A starship with Janice Rand aboard, attempts to pass the galactic energy barrier. The crew goes mad and returns to their homeworld with the Enterprise in pursuit. Stardate 8180.7

Writers: Allan Brennart, Martin Pasko
Penciller: Luke McDonnel
Inker: Tom Palmer
Cover artist:

#13 Apr 1981
All the infinite ways
Negotiations for mineral rights are interrupted by a scheming Klingon commander. McCoy is reunited with his estranged daughter and her Vulcan fiance. Stardate 8264.5

Writer: Martin Pasko
Penciller: Joe Brozowski
Inkers: Tom Palmer, D. Hands
Cover artist: James Sherman, Larry Hama

#14 Jun 1981
We are dying, Egypt, dying
On a desert planet, Kirk and his landing party discover pyramids and temples resembling those of ancient Egypt. Kirk is possessed by the life energy of an ancient alien to fulfil a prophecy. Stardate 8305.3

Writer: Martin Pasko
Penciller: Luke McDonnel
Inker: Gene Day
Cover artist: Ed Hannigan, James Sherman

#15 Aug 1981
The quality of mercy
On a top secret mission, a cloaked Enterprise travels to a prison planet. Disguised as alien guards, Kirk and his strike force search for the missing son of a starbase commander. Stardate 8822.5

Writer: Martin Pasko
Artist: Gil Kane
Cover artist:

#16 Oct 1981
There's no space like gnomes'
On a supply mission, an Enterprise landing party finds the colonists missing and the planet inhabited by gnomes, trolls, and goblins. Stardate 8431.5

Writer: Martin Pasko
Penciller: Luke McDonnell
Inkers: Gene Day, Sal Trapani
Cover artist: McDonnell, Al Milgrom

#17 Dec 1981
The long night's dawn
A Federation satellite falls from orbit, threatening the lives of billions. Disguised as natives, Kirk, Spock, and McCoy, transport to the planet to assess the situation, but they are captured, branded as heretics, and sentenced to death. Stardate 8124.5

Writer: Mike W. Barr
Penciller: Ed Hannigan
Inker: Tom Palmer
Cover artist: Walt Simonson

#18 Feb 1982
A thousand deaths
Kirk and Spock are taken from the Enterprise by the Sustainer, the robot keeper of a worldship. The Sustainer forces them to sacrifice their lives for each other and for the Enterprise.

Contains a Marvel Masterworks Pinup on the last page featuring Terry Austin's unpublished cover for Star Trek #2.

Writer: J.M. DeMatteis
Penciller: Joe Brozowski
Inker: Sal Trapani
Cover artist: Brozowski, Terry Austin

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