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Star Trek: Voyager - False Colors
Trapped in the Delta Quadrant and unable to find an easy route home, the crew of the U.S.S. Voyager has encountered many strange and terrifying things on its long mission, but perhaps none as mysterious as this one — a craft that looks like the Borg, sounds like the Borg, and acts like the Borg, but that can't possibly be the Borg. Or can it?
In the first ever STAR TREK adventure from Wildstorm Productions, Star Trek novelist Nathan Archer, working with artists Jeffrey Moy and W.C. Carani, leads you on a thrilling journey into the depths of the unknown.
Regular Cover Variant Cover

Writer: Nathan Archer
Penciller: Jeffrey Moy
Inkers: Philip Moy, W.C. Carani
Cover Artists: Jim Lee, Scott Williams
Cover Price: $5.95
Issue Date: January 2000

Wildstorm - False Colors Cover Design: Alex Sinclair
Cover Price: $5.95
Issue Date: January 2000
Wildstorm - False Colors Variant
Star Trek: Voyager - Elite Force
When the U.S.S. Voyager is crippled and trapped in a veritable Saragasso [sic] Sea of space, the crew find themselves threatened by a mysterious and deadly force, and robbed by a similarly stranded Borg ship. His options limited, Tuvok, U.S.S. Voyager's Security Officer, sends a hand-picked Hazard team to the Borg cube to reclaim the ship's stolen property.
The Hazard team is Voyager's equivalent of a SEAL or SWAT team — the toughest and bravest from a shipful of the strong and the brave. But an excursion to thw stranded Borg cube is just the first of many trials that will eventually pit them against an incredibly powerful enemy, The Forge, and The Forge's homegrown army of killers.
Based on material from the new Activision/Raven Software compuer game, STAR TREK: VOYAGER — ELITE FORCE introduces a new crew of commandos who learn that sometimes winning a battle requires teaming with unexpected allies — and thet the price of victory may be higher than they want to pay!
Star Trek: Voyager - Elite Force - Special Collector's Edition
Writers: Dan Abnett, Andy Lanning
Penciller: Jeffrey Moy
Inker: W.C. Carani
Cover Artists: Jeffrey Moy, W.C.Carani
Cover Price: None
Issue Date: July 2000
Wildstorm - Elite Force

Contains "Elite Force" and "False Colors"

Cover Price: "Not for sale"
Issue Date: November 2000

Wildstorm - Elite Force Collector's Edition
Star Trek: Voyager - Avalon Rising
When a crucial mission must be performed on an inhospitable world, only one U.S.S. Voyager crew member can survive being transported to the planet's surface — the holographic Doctor! Encountering the locals, who live in a fashion much like that of the humans in our fairy tales, the Doctor. "adopted" by a young squire, tells stories of life in Starfleet. Thes stories are seen through the squire's "medieval European" frame of reference. Together the Doctor and his new friend must slay a dragon, fight off enemies, and gain access to an enchanted tower — all as the Doctor is fading from existence!
Masterfully illustrated by David Roach in a style that echoes the classic comic strip illustration of Hal Foster, this Arthuria-style adventure by science-fiction novelist Janine Ellen Young and comic book writer Doselle Young is a Voyager-in-Camelot tale that will be long remembered as a new Voyager classic.
Star Trek: New Frontier - Double Time
When a group of religious extremists called the Redeemers target the planet Haresh for "purification." Captain Calhoun of the Starship U.S.S. Excalibur is outraged. He orders the ship to Haresh to intervene… but on the way there, an emergency rescue on another planet slows the Excalibur down, so that it arrives too late. Haresh is already a dead planet.
Calhoun doesn't take defeat lightly though… so he tries a risky scheme to travel back in time, arriving at Haresh early enough to save the populace from the Redeemers. This maneuver isn't universally popular though, either with his crew or with the Federation timeship U.S.S. Relativity. That ship's Captain Braxton is prepared to use force against the Starship U.S.S. Excalibur, in the pursuit of his mission to keep the timeline intact.
With the Federation on one side and the Redeemers on the other, Calhoun is a man in the crossfire. An there's no easy way out…
Writers: Janine Ellen Young, Doselle Young
Penciller: David Roach
Inker: David Roach
Cover Artists: David Roach
Cover Price: $5.95
Issue Date: September 2000
Wildstorm - Avalon Rising Writer: Peter David
Penciller: Michael Collins
David Roach
Cover Artist: Brian Stelfreeze
Cover Price: $?
Issue Date: November 2000
Wildstorm - Double Time

Star Trek: The Next Generation - Embrace the Wolf
A Federation-aligned planet is thrown into chaos by a wave of sudden, inexplicable violence. When the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D arrives to investigate, the source of the madness gripping this planet boards the ship and reveals itself to be the entity Redjac from the classic Star Trek episode "Wolf in the Fold," seeking revenge against the Federation for its treatment at the hands of Captain Kirk.
On board the U.S.S. Enterprise, the entity takes up residence in the holodeck, where it discovers a program reminiscent of an era much to its liking — Victorian London, home of Jack the Ripper stalking the fog-shrouded streets, the task of tracking him down falls to Data, in the guise of his favorite holo-detective - Sherlock Holmes!
A "sequel" of sorts to one of the most loved Star Trek episodes of all time, Star Trek: The Next Generation — Embrace the Wolf bring together elements of science fiction, mystery, and horror to tell a remarkable Star Trek tale!

Writers: Christopher Golden, Tom Sniegoski
Penciller: Dave Hoover
Inkers: Troy Hubbs, Jason Martin, Christy Stack
Cover Artist: Travis Charest
Cover Price: $5.95
Issue Date: June 2000
Wildstorm - Embrace the Wolf    
Star Trek - All Of Me
When a brilliant former classmate of Spock's develops a bizarre device that can bridge parallel worlds, it's up to the crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise to save more than just our universe.
Despatched to the world of Pollux II to guard Armand St. John's inventions, the crew of the Enterprise quickly realizes that the potential dangers of the device — designed to seek out individuals from alternate universes and draw them into our own — far outweigh its benefits. But can anyone wrest control of this fearsome power from its creator?
Kirk, Spock, Chekov and the landing party plan to give it their all — while McCoy, Uhura, Sulu and Scotty battle an attempted takeover of the Enterprise itself!
Star Trek: All Of Me transports the reader back in time, with the look and feel of a classic Star Trek episode you never saw!
Star Trek - Enter the Wolves
A diplomatic summit of universal proportions sets the stage for another historic note in the annals of the Federation!
A new race known as the Cardassians seeks Federation status. When Ambassador Sarek opposes their petition, his son, Ambassador Spock, publicly denounces Sarek's opinion. Underlying the strained diplomacy between father and son regarding Sarek's recent marriage.
Chaos soon reigns as a contingent of Legarans attending the summit are mysteriously attacked and Sarek's new bride is kidnapped. Spock must set aside his differences with his father to stop the saboteurs and restore peace.
Join renowned authors A.C. Crispin and Howard Weinstein as they take an insightful look into the lives and loves of two Star Trek legends!
Writers: Tony Isabella, Bob Ingersoll
Penciller: Aaron Lopresti
Randy Emberlin
Cover Artist: Aaron Lopresti
Cover Price: $5.95
Issue Date: April 2000
Wildstorm - All Of Me Writers: A.C. Crispin, Howard Weinstein
Pencillers: Carlos Mota, Keith Aiken
John Nyberg, Derek Fridolfs
Cover Artists:
Carlos Mota, Keith Aiken
Cover Price:
Issue Date: ? 2001
Wildstorm - Enter the Wolves
Star Trek - Special (Collection of six stories spanning four series)
Some of the best writers and artists working in comics and science fiction bring their talents to bear on a universe of tales featuring all the beloved characters from the Star Trek television shows.
In "Bloodline," Ian Edgington and Carlos Mota explore Captain Kirk's family ties in a high-pressure setting. "A Rolling Stone Gathers No Nanoprobes" teams Paul Neary, pencilling again at long last, with Andy Mangels and Mike Martin's story about a Borg attempt to assimilate a planet mostly occupied by rock-like Horta. "When the Stars Come A-Calling," by Ben Raab and John Lucas, reveals the events that made Benny Russell turn to writing science fiction. In "Exercises in Futility," by Stuart Moore and Gordon Purcell, Seven of Nine tries a number of techniques to speed U.S.S. Voyager's trip home. Science fiction novelist Christopher Hinz and Tommy Lee Edwards, contribute "The Legacy of Elenor Dain," a moving story that spans two different U.S.S. Enterprises and two Captain, Kirk and Picard. And with "The Wake," Star Trek novelist Jeffrey Lang and Eisner winner Steve Lieber help us bid farewell to a much-loved character.
Writer: Ian Edginton
Penciller: Carlos Mota
Inker: Keith Aiken

"A rolling stone gathers no nanoprobes"
Writers: Andy Mangels, Mike Martin
Penciller: Paul Neary
Inker: David Roach
"When the stars come a-calling"
Writer: Ben Raab
Artist: John Lucas

"Exercises in futility"
Writer: Stuart Moore
Penciller: Gordon Purcell
Inker: John Stanisci
"The legacy of Eleanor Dain"
Writer: Christopher Hinz
Artist: Tommy Lee Edwards

"The wake"
Writer: Jeffrey Lang
Artist: Steve Lieber

Cover Artist:
John Van Fleet
Cover Price:
Issue Date:
? 2001
Wildstorm - Special
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