Category: Star Trek Comics

Guardian Drones

Guardian Drones

Profile: A fleet of small, high-speed automated defence weapons designed to protect a planet or system in the Delta Quadrant (at a point roughly 60,000 light years from Earth). Extremely agile and deadly, they can take down a starship in a matter of minutes.

Pictured: A sampling of the drones surrounding the starship Voyager in 2374.

Appeared in Star Trek: Voyager “Splashdown” issues 1, 3-4, Marvel Comics

Gorn TroopshipProfile: Large Gorn starship, me…

Gorn Troopship

Profile: Large Gorn starship, meant for quick transport of shock troops, vehicles, weapons and support personnel. No transporter capabilities, troops are either disgorged in-flight or on the ground.

Pictured: A Gorn Troopship prowls the atmosphere of Elkauron II in 2374.

Appeared in the TNG graphic novel The Gorn Crisis, Wildstorm Comics

Gorn Fast Attack CraftProfile: Powerful if unt…

Gorn Fast Attack Craft

Profile: Powerful if untested Gorn fighter. Most of its abilities are unknown save for the fact that they were not deployed until the Dominion War.

Pictured: A Gorn fighter takes on the Enterprise-E in 2374.

Appeared in the TNG graphic novel The Gorn Crisis, Wildstorm Comics

Gorn CruiserProfile: Medium-sized cruiser of t…

Gorn Cruiser

Profile: Medium-sized cruiser of the Gorn Hegemony in the 24th Century, Quad-nacelle configuration. Powerful weapons, enough to eat through the shields of a Sovereign-class starship quickly but their own defences are significantly weaker.

Pictured: A Gorn fleet consisting of cruisers, fighters and miscellaneous, depart the homeworld to attack the orbiting Enterprise and nearby Federation colonies in 2374.

Appeared in the TNG graphic novel The Gorn Crisis, Wildstorm Comics

Name: I.K.S. Gar’tukh

Name: I.K.S. Gar’tukh

Type: Vor’cha-class Attack Cruiser

Captain: Qyrll

Year: 2374

Background: Part of a Klingon fleet sent to Oroan IV to destroy a Dominion supply outpost. The outpost was heavily guarded but would be a glorious mission. Qyrll believed he received a vision that the the whole thing was a diversion and the real outpost was on Oroan VII. The Gar’tukh did not participate in the battle and found Oroan VII empty. They missed the Battle at Oroan IV and the Klingon fleet had been destroyed. With his command disgraced, his First Officer tried to kill him and failed. As punishment the Gar’tukh was dispatched to the Elkauron II Federation Outpost near the Gorn border, far from battle. They were to aid Starfleet and their Corp of Engineers to enhance the defences at the outpost. The Starfleet liaison was Commander William Riker. Their penance was cut short when part of the Gorn fleet blasted through the system and overwhelmed the planetary defences. The survivors (including Qyrll and Riker) beamed up to the Gar’tukh for a last stand against the Gorn. Boarding parties using breaching pods fought their way in, Qyrll buying some time by ejecting the warp core directly onto one of the other ships (killing himself in the process). As the crew and survivors were routed to the bridge Riker changed the environmental settings to extreme cold, that hampered the Gorn much quicker than the Klingons and humans. The Gorn withdrew into a forced state of hibernation, allowing the defenders to retake the ship. They located the Gorn leader and forced his surrender (once thawed).

Appeared in the TNG graphic novel The Gorn Crisis, Wildstorm Comics

Bodai Shin Fighter

Bodai Shin Fighter

Profile: Agile 1-man fighter, produced by the secretive order known as the Bodai Shin. Extremely powerful, with advanced holographic technology, camouflage. Full extent of capabilities unknown.

Pictured: The Bodai Shin fleet surrounds the Enterprise-E in the 2370s.

Appeared in The Killing Shadows miniseries, Wildstorm Comics. Exact Stardate unknown.

Name: U.S.S. Excelsior (alternate)

Name: U.S.S. Excelsior (alternate)

Registry: NCC-2000

Type: Excelsior-class

Affiliation: Starfleet

Year: 2293

Captain: Robbins

Background: Excelsior’s crew included Mr. Nano at communications and Commander Chekov as navigator. Starfleet ordered Excelsior to intercept Enterprise, when it was believed she had gone rogue and was stirring up trouble inside Klingon space. They found the ship under attack by several Klingon warships and forced the attackers to withdraw. There she told her former Captain, Christopher Pike, about her orders. He surprised her with the revelation that their former shipmate, Mia Colt, had emerged from the year 2254 and needed to be returned to Algol, deep within Klingon space. She couldn’t aid him further into Klingon space but would cover for him while he finished his mission

Appeared in Star Trek: Early Voyages #14-15, Marvel Comics

Name: U.S.S. Enterprise (alternate)

Name: U.S.S. Enterprise (alternate)

Registry: NCC-1701-A

Type: Constitution-class (refit)

Affiliation: Starfleet

Captain: Admiral Christopher Pike

Year: 2293

Background: Christopher Pike’s flagship. Pike’s Crew includes Captain Spock as his First Officer, Commander Hikaru Sulu, helmsman, Commander Jose Tyler, Navigator, Cmdr Uhura, Communications, Lt. Saavik, Dr. Gabriella Carlotti, CMO and Chief Engineer Grace. Was patrolling near the Klingon Neutral Zone when the spotted a Klingon Battlecruiser attacking a Federation Freighter within Klingon Space. They attacked it, drove it off, and rescued the survivors. One of them was Pike’s former Yeoman, Kirk, and another was Mia Colt, who disappeared without a trace 39 years prior. It didn’t take long to determine Colt didn’t belong in their time and that she was slowly dying, a foreign body in the timestream. Pike agreed to take her back to Algol, where she had disappeared (and was now part of the Klingon Empire). They were met by a contingent of Klingon vessels led by General Chang, and took heavy damage, Commander Sulu killed in the battle. They were rescued by Excelsior which had orders to bring them in. Again, by explaining to Captain Robbins – Pike’s former first officer, the situation regarding Mia Colt, agreed to let him continue on but couldn’t help him further. Algol was now a staging ground, set up by Chang for an invasion of the Federation. Mia Colt, Along with Kirk’s merchantman crew, beamed down to return her to her era, while the Enterprise fended off the Klingon fleet. Pike had no way of knowing if she was successful or not and gave them as much time as he could, before his ship was reduced a hulk. On his order, the ship was abandoned before he initiated the self destruct, taking some of Chang’s fleet with it

Appeared in Star Trek: Early Voyages #13-15, Marvel Comics

Name: Bounty (alternate)

Name: Bounty (alternate)

Type: Merchantman

Affiliation: UFP

Captain: James T. Kirk

Year: 2293

Background: Freighter that operates in Federation Space. 5 man-crew are all former Starfleet including his Chief Engineer, Montgomery Scott. When Kirk found time-displaced Mia Colt at the Smithsonian Museum in San Francisco and heard her tale he knew he had to take her back to Algol, now deep in Klingon Space. It didn’t take much convincing to get his crew to do the right thing and they sped towards Algol. The engines however couldn’t take the high warp strain and left them stranded just on the other side of Klingon space, where they were used as target practice by the Klingons. A timely rescue by the Enterprise drove the Klingons away. The crew and passenger were beamed off and the ship presumably left adrift. 

Appeared in Star Trek: Early Voyages #13-14, Marvel Comics

Name: Enterprise (alternate)

Name: Enterprise (alternate)

Registry: OV-101

Type: Reusable Space Shuttle

Years: 1977-2293

Background: Proof-of-concept Space Shuttle that never actually flew. Survived the Third World War and was eventually part of the Smithsonian Enterprise Exhibit, along with the Constitution-class Enterprise and a recreation of one the wooden sailing ship of that name.

Appeared in Star Trek: Early Voyages #13, Marvel Comics