Star Trek Comics Checklist

Star Trek: The Next Generation Annual DC Comics annuals

#1 1990
The gift
Q appears to bedevil Picard and the Enterprise once more. Q sends Picard into his own past where he must convince his mother and father that he is their son. When Q loses the game, he offers Picard the opportunity to live in a world where his brother is still alive. Q's gift requires Picard to make a painful choice.

This story was scripted before "Family". This issue also contains a TNG stardate guide, first revision.

Writer: John deLancie
Penciller: Gordon Purcell
Inker: Pablo Marcos
Cover artist: Jerome Moore

#2 1991
Thin ice
The Enterprise responds to a distress call from a ship captained by an old friend of Riker's. Captain Halk and Riker grew up together, joined Starfleet together, and went their separate ways after the Academy. While getting out of a sticky situation, Riker learns that Halk has had a large influence on his life. Stardate 44612.3



Writer: Michael Jan Friedman
Penciller: Matt Haley
Inker: Carlos Garzon
Cover artist: Jerome Moore

#3 Nov 1992
The broken moon
Geordi is asked by the Imperatrix of the Onglaatu, to pay a visit to his moon-sister, Kastren, to determine why she is behaving so erratically. Geordi discovers an infestation of the same parasites that tried to take over Starfleet and the Federation (Conspiracy). Stardate 45968.8



Writer: Michael Jan Friedman
Penciller: Brandon Peterson
Inker: Pablo Marcos
Cover artist:

#4 Sep 1993
A house divided
The Enterprise arrives at penal colony Tantalus VII in advance of a moving pulsar to evacuate a few remaining prisoners and staff. When Picard, Data, and Dr. Crusher beam over to the prison, an unidentified and heavily armed boarding party also beams aboard. Dr. Crusher is discomposed by the presence of Odan (The Host), her Trill lover, and still in a female host. Odan is there to oversee the transport of a dangerous Trill prisoner, Keb Dalor. While Dalor is being moved, a Romulan vessel uncloaks and attacks the Enterprise. The armed boarding party attacks and disables the away team and prison staff, but Dalor is critically wounded. Riker and the Enterprise destroy the Romulan ship, leaving the away team hostage on Tantalus. Trelia, the renegade Romulan commander, forces Dr. Crusher to implant Dalor into Picard. After the transfer, Dalor kills the remaining prison staff, orders the Enterprise computer to gas all decks, and takes over the ship. When Riker and the rest of the crew recover, they begin countermeasures, but Dalor manages to take his party, Dr. Crusher and Odan to the battle bridge and separate from the saucer section. Dalor is inexperienced at starship combat and can't subdue Riker and the saucer section in spite of having superior speed and weaponry. He is also weakening in Picard's body. Odan and Dr. Crusher do their best to reduce the odds but when Trelia is injured, Dalor plays on Crusher's morality to make her come to the battle bridge and render medical aid. Dalor takes Dr. Crusher hostage, sacrificing Trelia. Riker has lured Dalor back to Tantalus where he, Geordi, and Data beam aboard the station to use the prison's power to punch a hole in the battle section's shields. Once the hole is made, Data beams Dalor and Trelia from the battle bridge and uses the transporter to separate Dalor from Picard. Dalor is reassembled in Trelia's unconscious body where he is helpless. Dr. Crusher and Odan still have tender memories of one another, but for now, Crusher can't deal with anything more than memories. Stardate 46759.2



Writer: Mike W. Barr
Artists: Jim Key, Aaron McClellan, Bob Smith
Cover artist:

#5 Nov 1994
Brother's keeper
While on a mission to discuss an alliance with the Timatrans, the Enterprise encounters a large, abandoned space station near a radiation anomaly. An away team investigates and the anomaly explodes, damaging the Enterprise and blocking all communications. When a second away team arrives on the station, they find LaForge and Worf injured, but alive. If Data were human, he would be pronounced dead. LaForge feels responsible for Data's death and is determined to repair his friend, while repairs to the Enterprise continue. While trying to get some rest, LaForge dreams about his friend and is convinced that there is a clue to helping Data in his dream. Data briefly regains consciousness, but LaForge can't prove he is on the right track. Picard orders the Enterprise to leave and must defend his Chief Engineer's decision to spend time trying to repair Data rather than working on the Enterprise. LaForge makes one last risky attempt to help Data by stealing a shuttle and returning to the space station. His faith convinces Picard to return as well. LaForge finds information on the radiation in the station's memory banks which allows him to restore Data's neural net. Stardate 47512.3



Writer: Howard Weinstein
Artists: Rachel Ketchum, Bob Smith, Charles Barnett
Cover artist: Jerome Moore

#6 Feb 1996
Convergence, Part Two: Future Imperfect
The future has been altered. On Devidia Four, Picard and his crew make plans to shift into the Devidian time frame and search for Data. Gowron joins Spock, Data, Harriman, and Tellius in captivity. In the past, Exana, Kirk, and his crew reach Devidia Four. Exana creates a portal to shift the landing party but they are slightly out of phase with Picard and his crew. When the prisoners are found, both landing parties are attacked by the Devidians (Time's Arrow, Part I). After driving off their attackers, both Enterprise crews work together to free their crewmates. Exana must restore the timeline and erase memories, while the Aegis reevaluate their role, resurrecting Gary Seven and promising vigilance. Stardate 48015.1 and 8854.3

Painted cover. Conclusion of story from Star Trek Annual #6. The covers for this annual and Star Trek Annual #6 form a diptych.

Writers: Michael Jan Friedman, Howard Weistein
Penciller: Ken Save
Inker: Sam de la Rosa
Cover artist: Jason Palmer

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