Category: Star Trek Comics

Ngultor Scout

Ngultor Scout

Profile: Biological spaceship of the Ngultor. Capable of high warp speeds and powerful stun fields. Has a type of secretion that can disable starships.

Pictured: The Nugltor Scout faces off against the Enterprise in 2254.

Appeared in Star Trek: Early Voyages #01, Marvel Comics

Name: “Motherbird”Type: K’Vort-class Bird of PreyAffiliation:…

Name: “Motherbird”

Type: K’Vort-class Bird of Prey

Affiliation: Rogue

Captain: K’Nera

Year: 2373

Background: Codenamed Motherbird by the Maquis. A Maquis cell led by Ro affiliated themselves with K’Nera, a former supporter of the House of Duras and a direct descendant of Kruge. With the help of newly a minted Maquis Rebel William Riker, led a covert operation to Starfleet Headquarters to infiltrate library records. There they retrieved recently declassified info on the Genesis Device. Upon returning to the ship they were double-crossed by K’Nera, who killed all but Ro and Riker. K’Nera planned to use Genesis as a weapon. They in turn fought their way off the bridge, and Riker later revealed to Ro that his recent court martial had been a sham to lure her cell and K’Nera. They both inflicted damage to the Bird of Prey’s system, the Enterprise locked on Riker’s transponder to destroy the Bird of Prey. Riker was beamed off before the ship before it exploded. Although Ro was presumed killed, she in fact escaped on a Klingon shuttle. It was later revealed that even the Genesis info was a honeypot and fake. 

Appeared in Star Trek: TNG “The Enemy of My Enemy”, Marvel Comics

Name: U.S.S. YorktownType: Constitution-class…

Name: U.S.S. Yorktown

Type: Constitution-class Starship

Affiliation: Starfleet

Captain: Broderick (KIA), Daniel Erlich (Cadet)

Year: 2276

Background: During the fleetwide refit of the early 2270s the Yorktown did not receive the upgrades most starships did and was instead converted into an academy training vessel, retaining her older systems. During a training cruise the ship ventured to Lycos V where the found a large alien saucer abducting the local population. The alien ship ignored hails and when Yorktown moved in to intervene the mothership fired at them with incredibly powerful weapons, crippling them. The training crew was killed and the cadets took over, senior cadet Daniel Erlich taking command and pressed the battle on. The Yorktown took massive damage and was reduced to a hulk.  Their distress call was picked up by the Enterprise, by then the mothership had returned its attention to the planet leaving the Yorktown adrift. There were fifty-seven survivors out of a crew of 428. The ship was later retrieved by Starfleet and scheduled to be decommissioned.

Appeared in Star Trek: Untold Voyages #5, Marvel Comics

Orion FighterProfile: Small, warp-capable fighters used by the…

Orion Fighter

Profile: Small, warp-capable fighters used by the Orions in the last quarter of the 23rd Century. Heavily shielded and powerful weapons, a squadron of these fighters can prove formidable to unsuspecting enemies.

Pictured: Elements of Black Star Squadron engage the Enterprise over Duran 12 in 2275

Appeared in Star Trek: Untold Voyages #4, Marvel Comics

Name: HoyleRegistry: NCC-1701/4Year: 2275Background: Starfleet…

Name: Hoyle

Registry: NCC-1701/4

Year: 2275

Background: Starfleet Shuttlecraft, Attached to the Enterprise. Used by Admiral Kirk, Commander Spock, Dr. McCoy and Ambassador Alec Raymond to travel to Parides IV to open diplomatic relations while the Enterprise under the command of Lt. Cmdr. Sulu traveled to a nearby sector for an important scientific discovery.

Appeared in Star Trek: Untold Voyages #4, Marvel Comics

Colony warp shuttleProfile: Typical Federation/Starfleet model…

Colony warp shuttle

Profile: Typical Federation/Starfleet model unarmed shuttlecraft. Low warp drive, no armaments. usually supplementing a colony world’s spacecraft complement.

Pictured: A Colony warp shuttle arrives at Starbase 11 in 2275.

Appeared in Star Trek: Untold Voyages #3, Marvel Comics. It’s the Vulcan warp sled without the warp sled, but still travels at superluminal speeds.

Name: I.K.S. DeathcryType: K’Tinga-class…

Name: I.K.S. Deathcry

Type: K’Tinga-class Battlecruiser

Affiliation: Klingon Defence Force

Year: 2272

Background: One of three Klingon Battlecruisers headed to Earth after the V’Ger Incident to share their data on the Cloud. When the lead ship’s commander saw the retrofitted Enterprise in action he wanted its secrets and ordered all three ships to pursue under cloak. They surrounded the Enterprise while still in Federation Space. Admiral Kirk refused to surrender threatening to use the new “Omegatron” device. Krell didn’t believe him and they pounded the Starfleet vessel relentlessly. Kirk hailed them again giving them a final warning, which they ignored. The Enterprise fired a massive burst through their phaser array that pierced the flagship’s shields and disabled them in one shot. Krell ordered them to retreat, taking his wounded pride and flagship in tow. (They were unaware that Kirk bluffed them, using a new design to channel warp power into the phaser banks that burned their emitter array and disabled their own warp drive.)

Appeared in Star Trek: Untold Voyages #1, Marvel Comics

Name: I.K.S. RavagerType: K’Tinga-class…

Name: I.K.S. Ravager

Type: K’Tinga-class Battlecruiser

Affiliation: Klingon Defence Force

Year: 2272

Background: One of three Klingon Battlecruisers headed to Earth after the V’Ger Incident to share their data on the Cloud. When the lead ship’s commander saw the retrofitted Enterprise in action he wanted its secrets and ordered all three ships to pursue under cloak. They surrounded the Enterprise while still in Federation Space. Admiral Kirk refused to surrender threatening to use the new “Omegatron” device. Krell didn’t believe him and they pounded the Starfleet vessel relentlessly. Kirk hailed them again giving them a final warning, which they ignored. The Enterprise fired a massive burst through their phaser array that pierced the flagship’s shields and disabled them in one shot. Krell ordered them to retreat, taking his wounded pride and flagship in tow. (They were unaware that Kirk bluffed them, using a new design to channel warp power into the phaser banks that burned their emitter array and disabled their own warp drive.)

Appeared in Star Trek: Untold Voyages #1, Marvel Comics

Name: I.K.S. GhaklorType: D-7M BattlecruiserAffiliation: Klingon…

Name: I.K.S. Ghaklor

Type: D-7M Battlecruiser

Affiliation: Klingon Defence Force

Captain: General Krag

Year: 2270

Background: General Krag’s flagship. Disgraced when Krag lost the signet to his house in a card game to Ensign Chekov, losing control of his House, his lands. Discreetly followed Sulu and Chekov’s shuttle as they were intercepted by Birds of Preys from overeager commanders wanting that signet. He eventually revealed himself to them when they shook off their pursuers and the significance of what Chekov had won. Both Birds of Prey caught up with the shuttle as Chekov – as head of the House – ordered Krag to intervened. He destroyed both Birds of Prey and beamed off the Starfleet officers before their shuttle was also destroyed. As Chekov couldn’t simply give him back the signet he exchanged it for the Battlecruiser. The crew evacuated, leaving Chekov and Sulu to pilot the ship back to their meet up point with the Enterprise.

Appeared in Star Trek: Unlimited #9, Marvel Comics

Name: I.K.S. N’KGharType: B’Rel-class Bird of PreyAffiliation:…

Name: I.K.S. N’KGhar

Type: B’Rel-class Bird of Prey

Affiliation: Klingon Defence Force

Year: 2270

Captain: Pugh

Background: Pursued a shuttlecraft piloted by Sulu and Chekov intent on recovering an imperial signet the latter had won in a card game from General Krag. They ordered their surrender, and Chekov made it look like they were doing a suicide run, but instead attached themselves to the Bird-of-Prey’s back. After some time Pugh tired of trying to shake them off and the N’KGhar warped out, leaving the shuttle behind. Eventually they caught up with it and they and the Vorka converged on the shuttle. Both Birds-of-Prey were destroyed by the General Krag’s battlecruiser.

Appeared in Star Trek: Unlimited #9, Marvel Comics