Author: Ships, Space Stations

Predator Hunter Scout

Profile: Ship used by the alien species dubbed “Predator” by humans. Able to operate inside a planetary atmosphere. Full extent of capabilities unknown.

Pictured: The smaller scout is chased by the larger Predator starship after an unsanctioned hunt in Gotham City in the late 1990s. It would be destroyed seconds later.

appeared in Batman vs Predator II #1, 3, DC Comics

Predator Hunter ship

Profile: Ship used by the alien species dubbed “Predator” by humans.

Able to operate inside a planetary atmosphere.

Full extent of capabilities unknown.

Pictured: A Hunter ship is dispatched to killed another Predator that went on an unsanctioned hunt in Gotham City in the late 1990s

appeared in Batman vs Predator II #1, 3, DC Comics

ship-o-rama:

Name: I.K.S. Gr’oth

Type: D7 Battlecruiser

Year: 2267

Affiliation: Klingon Defence Force

Captain: Koloth

Background: Under the Organian Peace Treaty travelled to Federation Deep Space Station K-7. Unwittingly aided Starfleet in uncovering a Klingon mole within the Federation bureaucracy. Left the station not knowing the Enterprise had transported all of the tribbles they’d accumulated into their engine room.

Appeared in Star Trek – Klingons: Blood Will Tell #2, IDW Comics, as well was The Trouble with the Tribbles. 

From 2266 until 2267, prior to the K-7 mission but after the Organian Peace Treaty, Koloth was working with the Romulan Praetor, impressing the Praetor with his ship. He was on Romulus working as Kor’s proxy. Together with the Praetor they agreed upon a technological exchange between the two Empires, D-7 Battlecruisers for the Romulans, Cloaking Devices for the Klingons, and personnel to teach the use of both. Koloth and his crew were also subtly manipulating events in the Romulan court their favour, a way to undermine the Organian Treaty by pitting the Romulans against the Federation.

Although unnamed, Koloth’s ship appears in Star Trek: The Hollow Crown #1-2, IDW Comics

Gemini Station

Profile: Experimental Federation Science Station, attempting to create Quark Gluon Plasma and get a glimpse at the what the beginning of the universe looked like. The station is able to split in two separate sections and each section came equipped with warp accelerators.

Pictured: Gemini Station, seconds before disaster in 2269. The station would not survive the process and all but Commander Spock were killed. 

Appeared in Star Trek: Year Four #5, IDW Comics

Name: I.K.S. Voh’tahk

Class: D-7 Battlecruiser

Year: 2268

Crew: 440

Captain: Kang

Background: Returning from a Bat’leth tournament on Munjeb III when they picked up a distress call from the Blorth, one of the vessels that was at the tournament. They arrive at Beta XII-A and find that the Blorth has been destroyed, evidence suggesting the Starfleet ship in orbit was responsible. Massive explosions disable the Voh’tahk, irradiating much of the ship. The survivors converged on the command pod and from there Kang led a boarding party to the surface catching the Starfleet officers there by surprise. It was short lived as they were beamed back to the Enterprise, Klingons separated from the humans. The remaining Voh’tahk survivors were beamed aboard the Enterprise and the dying ship destroyed.

Appeared in Star Trek – Klingons: Blood Will Tell #4, IDW Comics, and the TOS episode The Day of the Dove. Previously covered here

Name: I.K.S. Kor’thos

Type: D7 Class Battlecruiser

Affiliation: Klingon Defence Force

Year: 2267-8

Captain: Krell

Background: Upon orders from the Empire they traveled to Neural in an attempt to influence the natives in their direction and bring them into their sphere of influence. Krell and two officers beamed down to the surface and after a battle with a Mugato only Krell survived. Krell found a confederate among the villagers, to whom he began supplying with flintlocks in their conflict against the Hill People. Over the next ten months Kor’thos made as many visits to planets to witness the success of their destabilisation plan. When the Federation learned of the attempt and sent the Enterprise to investigate, Krell withdrew rather than engage the Starfleet vessel in orbit. Upon Kor’thos next return two months later they found Starfleet had now armed the Hill People, with similar weapons, forcing a perpetual stalemate.

Appeared in Star Trek – Klingons: Blood Will Tell #3, IDW Comics. Krell appeared in TOS’ A Private Little War

Deep Space Station K-7

Profile: Federation Deep Space Station, a prefabricated design common in the 2260s. Massive cargo capacity.

Pictured: The station is visited by the Enterprise in 2267 when a Federation administrator falsely declares a state of emergency.

Appeared in “The Trouble with the Tribbles” and Star Trek – Klingons: Blood Will Tell #2, IDW Comics

Name: I.K.S. Gr’oth

Type: D7 Battlecruiser

Year: 2267

Affiliation: Klingon Defence Force

Captain: Koloth

Background: Under the Organian Peace Treaty travelled to Federation Deep Space Station K-7. Unwittingly aided Starfleet in uncovering a Klingon mole within the Federation bureaucracy. Left the station not knowing the Enterprise had transported all of the tribbles they’d accumulated into their engine room.

Appeared in Star Trek – Klingons: Blood Will Tell #2, IDW Comics, as well was The Trouble with the Tribbles. 

Name: I.K.S. Vortha

Type: D7 Battlecruiser

Year: 2267

Affiliation: Klingon Defence Force

Captain: Kagh

Background: During the lead up to the Organian Conflict they were on patrol in disputed space. They picked up the Enterprise en route to Organia and intercepted the Starfleet vessel. They attacked the Enterprise but inflicted only minor damage. The Vortha was destroyed will all hands lost.

Appeared in Star Trek Klingons: Blood Will Tell #1, IDW Comics. Appeared in Errand of Mercy as an unnamed Klingon ship.

Name: Goddard

Type: Type-6 Shuttlecraft

Year: 2369

Affiliation: Starfleet

Background: Starfleet Shuttlecraft, attached to the Enterprise-D. Used by Lt. Cmdr. LaForge, Lt. Worf and Ensign Ro Laren to attend a Starfleet briefing. On the return journey they encountered a massive solar flare and crash landed on the planet Riat. No one was badly injured and the shuttle was later recovered by the Enterprise.

Appeared in Star Trek TNG: Divided We Fall #4, IDW Comics