(December 2007)

Wizard Entertainment, 1997 Series
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Price
4.99 USD
Pages
108
Indicia Frequency
Monthly
On-sale Date
2007-10-10
Publisher's Age Guidelines
Not Intended for All Ages
Indicia / Colophon Publisher
Gareb Shamus Enterprises Inc.
Brand
Wizard
Barcode
071658038080 12
Editing
Scott Gramling (credited as Slimer) (editor-in-chief, Wizard Entertainment editorial); Joe Yanarella (credited as Christmas Past) (VP/Sr. managing editor, Wizard Entertainment Editorial); Mel Caylo (credited as Christmas Present) (editorial direction, Wizard Entertainment editorial); Mike Searle (credited as Christmas Future) (executive editor, Wizard Entertainment editorial); Zach Oat (credited as Nearly Headless Nick) (editor, Toyfare: The Toy Magazine); Adam Tracey (credited as Haunted Tank) (managing editor; Toyfare: The Toy Magazine); Justin Aclin (credited as Patrick Swayze) (senior editor, Toyfare: The Toy Magazine)

Issue Notes

The on sale date is taken from the previous issue. This refers to the comic store on sale date; the newsstand date is 2007-10-23.

The individual issues of this series are each less than 50% comics. Only comics sequences are indexed and cover scans are accepted only if the issue has 10% indexed comics content.

The Mirror Has Two Phasers (Table of Contents: 1)

Star Trek / photo story / 5 pages (report information)

Script
Tom Root; Justin Aclin; Jon Gutierrez; Robert Bricken; Chris Ward; Sean Collins
Pencils
? (photo)
Inks
? (photo)
Colors
? (photo)
Letters
typeset

Genre
humor; science fiction
Characters
Scotty; Spock; Kirk; Uhura; Mirror Kirk; Mirror Bones; Mirror Uhura; Mirror Scotty; Grok; High Inquisitor Spock; Female Kirk; Spockette
Synopsis
On the ship, Kirk receives a distress call from himself. He and Spock go to the Mirror Universe, where they learn that the Klingons are their allies and the Vulcans their enemies. The Vulcans are trying to wipe out all logic in the universe. High Inquisitor Spock threatens and captures them. They are saved when Spock goes through the Pon Farr of Responsibleness. While they are distracted, red shirts kill the Vulcans. Kirk and Spock are then transported to a universe where they are women.
Reprints
Keywords
action figures; alcohol; Danny Bonaduce; fumetti; High School Musical; Klingons; Mirror Universe; Miss Teen U.S.A.; Mustache of Patience; Neil Patrick Harris; O'Douls; Pon Farr; tea; tribbles; Twisted Toyfare Theatre; Twizzlers; Vulcan Tuna Meld; Vulcans; Wiener Mobile; Wilt Chamberlain
Editing
Related Scans
Series Information
Table of Contents
  1. 1. The Mirror Has Two Phasers
    Star Trek
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