Star Trek Archives Volumes
Collecting four issues of the fan-favorite Star Trek comic books released by DC Comics in the 1990s, written by Howard Weinstein and Michael Jan Friedman, IDW's Star Trek: Archives, Volume 3: The Gary Seven Collection explores the continued adventures of alien-agent-on-Earth Gary Seven. First seen crossing paths with the crew of the USS Enterpriseª in the 1968 Star Trek second season episode ''Assignment: Earth,'' Seven is stationed on Earth by his otherworldly overseers to prevent nuclear war. And he's not alone. Along with his secretary Roberta, his ''cat'' Isis, the Beta 5 computer, and his multi-function Servo, Seven must protect the Earth to insure the creation of the United Federation of Planets.
Join up with the crew of DS9 as a mysterious toxic mold runs rampant on the station. Where did it come from? Does its appearance coincide with the arrival of a Federation Starship from the Gamma Quadrant? Find out in ''Stowaway'' and ''Stowaway Part II.'' Then stay put as ''The Butcher of Bajor'' lives out his final moments aboard DS9... but even he isn't prepared for how things end in ''Old Wounds.'' Finally, in ''Emancipation'' and ''Emancipation Part II,'' a failed escape attempt by slaves from Chiaran ends with explosive results. But that's not all! Best of Star Trek Archives, Volume 4: Deep Space Nine also includes the special 8-page preview ''ashcan'' story ''Hostage Situation.''
As the Klingons and Nasguls pursue their vendetta against the captain, a deadly bounty hunter is eyeing the price they've placed on his head. But if Kirk is fortunate enough to survive the encounter, will he survive the attentions of his own Federation, eagerly looking for a scapegoat to preserve universal peace? This collection includes the six-part, fan-favorite ''Trial of James T. Kirk'' written by New York Times best-selling author Peter David.
Star Trek Archives Volume 1: Best of Peter David collectsfive Star Trek: The Original Series stories written by fan-favorite Peter David. Bill Mumy (Lost in Space) co-writes three issues and one issue is illustrated by legendary comic artist, Curt Swan. The stories in this volume focus on the first crew of the U.S.S. EnterpriseÑ Captain Kirk, Spock, Dr. McCoy, Scotty, and Mr. Chekov.