Discussion in 'Star Trek - The Original & Animated Series' started by Emperor Norton, Jan 21, 2018.
Maybe you imagined it.
May your way be as pleasant.
No he didn't, because I think I might have that one! Especially if it has the Klingons in it!
No. It was one of the DC Annuals.
It's the end of the first 5-year mission, as Will Decker comes aboard, the Klingons cause trouble and the Enterprise winds up at Talos IV in "The Final Voyage". Script by Mike W. Barr, pencils by Dan Jurgens, inks by Bob Smith. 39 pages of story. Denys Cowan/Ricardo Villagran cover. Cover price $1.25.
The one I've got is a monthly issue I believe, but it could have been reprinted in the annual perhaps? I can't tell you what the number was but I think it's either number 59 or somewhere in the 60s!
The one I'm thinking of is set in the later movie era, with the monster maroon uniforms.
Here it is, "Door in the Cage" from 1994:
Gentlemen, I was having fun with Kor. I never thought he was mistaken. To underestimate Kor invites disaster.
Yes... "We Klingons have a reputation for ruthlessness."
Spock had Pike beamed aboard; and even if he had seen Pike 'sparkle' away; remember immediately after that Mendez is informed via intercom that the 1701 is warping out of orbit and refuses to acknowledge the Starbase's hails.
Piper had already said that Pike was under observation every hour of every day; I doubt that she was the only observer.
I like this idea. Manipulating the feed from Pike’s room should be no problem for someone holding an A-7 computer expert rating.
That's definitely the one I have!
Maybe they piggybacked off Spock's telepathy to get increased range! Spock could feel the "Intrepid" deaths, after all.
No reason we can't return to Talos IV at some point. Who says Pike and Vina weren't cured of their conditions somehow and left the planet? Plenty more adventures for Pike. No one has ever stated his storyline ends forever in The Menagerie. Give him the Zefram Cochrane treatment and send him back to Starfleet. I'm sure Anson Mount would be great leading his own Pike show set after TOS and Discovery.
Are you on Discovery's writing staff?
No, but some of the people on this board certainly could be, based on that criteria
Please, no. Pike did his bit for King and Country. Let him enjoy retirement and post-Starfleet life.
In the words of Han Solo, "Now you're getting nasty."
Rigid thinking again, Herbert!
Maybe that's the joke, but I thought it was Indiana Jones who said that to Belloq (sp?) in "Raider of the Lost Ark".
The line between imagination and batshit crazy is sometimes a very thin one.
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