Marked as the "English Language Edition". All text for the story and the fake ad in the back is in English. This issue came out a week after the "Klingon Language Edition" with the same issue number. That edition had all text for the story and the fake ad in the back in Klingon. The front cover folds out to contain the overview and recap.
One page introduction to the characters at the Starfleet Academy, and one page recap of the storyline so far. Printed on the foldout inside cover.
Story is continued in the next issue.
Has letters from: Shiela Wheadon, John S. Durham, Rick Singer, Andrew Hogan, and Zak McNally. Also announces that the next issue will be the last issue. This letter column is NOT in the Klingon Edition (replaced by a Klingon Dictionary).
A fake ad for a Klingon restaurant that serves lunch and dinner and has takeout. The main dish is gagh.
Stan reprises a column from 1993 about Marvel's true philosophy. House ads for X-Men: The Manga #6, Werewolf By Night #5, Seeker 3000: Premiere #1, Star Trek: Voyager: Splashdown #4, Daredevil #376, Fantastic Four #6, Ka-Zar #14, Marvel Team-Up #10, Sensational Spider-Man #28, Cable #55, Maverick #10, and Uncanny X-Men #356. Appears on page 27 in this issue.
House ads for: Spider-Man: Identity Crisis, and Sensational Spider-Man #27-28. Appear in various places in this issue.
Subscription ad H83MD7, featuring Alpha Flight. Appears on page 20 in this issue.
Total of 7 one-page and 2 half-page ads for: Twix (candy, Mars), Species II (movie, MGM), Anaconda (video, Columbia Pictures), East Coast Comics (comic book store), Mile High Comics (comic book store), The Concert Connection (concert news/tickets, 1/2 page), Dave's Comics (comic book store, 1/2 page), Marvel Zone (America Online/Marvel Interactive), and Kid's Choice Awards (TV, Nickelodeon). Appear in various places in this issue.