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Star Trek: The Original Series 50th Anniversary
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Rittenhouse Archives presents Star Trek: The Original Serires 50th Anniversary trading cards featuring cut signature cards of Jeffrey Hunter (Captain Pike) and Susan Oliver (Vina) from the original pilot episode "The Cage"and Jill Ireland (Leila Kalomi) from "This Side of Paradise". Also an 80-Card GOLD Foil, Die-Cut Base Set with nearly 400 photos, plus exclusive, never before published Spock's First Officer Logs!

Each box includes 2 Autograph Cards (1 Silver Signature series and 1 Black Border series). There are 67 different pack inserted Autograph cards in this set (36 Silver Series and 31 Black Border), yet another record.

Bonus sets include 70 card "The Cage Uncut" gold foil-stamped set, retelling he entire original pilot episode, scene-by-scene. Nearly 150 different photos! The most ambitious single-episode set ever produced! - A 50 card "Mirror, Mirror Uncut" set of this classic episode, printed on high-end mirror board, retells the entire episode, scene-by-scene with 100 different photos! - A 9 card U.S.S. Enterprise Original Concept Art set - Before the first episode Gene Roddenberry commissioned artwork to create the look of the U.S.S. Enterprise. These 9 cards show off these rarely seen, unique pieces of art and were made available to Rittenhouse exclusively through the Roddenberry Estate. A 9 card Heroes of the Enterprise set, printed on high-end, clear plastic, featuring Captain Kirk, Spock, Dr. McCoy, Scotty, Uhura, Sulu, Chekov, Nurse Chapel and Yeoman Rand. A 9 card "Mirror, Mirror" Heroes set, printed on high-end, double-sided mirror board, featuring Kirk, Spock, McCoy, Scotty, Uhura, Sulu, Chekov, Marlena and the Enterprise. A 9 card In Memoriam - Leonard Nimoy (Spock) set, sequentially numbered to 125, paying tribute to Leonard Nimoy, who brought the legendary half-human, half-Vulcan to life. And 1 colour Sketch Card in each case.

For every 6 cases purchased there is a Silver Series Signtaure Card Signed by Leonard Nimoy as Mirror Spock. For every 9 cases purchased there is a Dual Autograph Card Signed by William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy as Kirk and Spock. Each case comes with an Alternate Base Card 40a, with different photos and text from the perspective of Mirror Spock. An archive boxe is given for every 18 cases purchased and includes an exclusive M8 Mirror, Mirror throwback card of Marlena (never included in the TOS Season 2 set in 1998), PLUS an exclusive set of 4 color printing plates used to make the front of one base set card. Archive boxes also include: all 67 pack inserted autographs, 70 card "The Cage Uncut" set, 50 card "Mirror, Mirror Uncut" set, 9 card U.S.S. Enterprise Original Concept Art set, 9 card Heroes of the Enterprise set, 9 card "Mirror, Mirror" Heroes set, 1 sketch card, 1 case topper, 1 6-case incentive, 1 9-case incentive, and 2 promos. Archive boxes DO NOT include, base cards, 9 card In Memoriam set, cut autograph cards. There is a custom designed 3-inch collector's album which contains an exclusive promo card P2.

I have created a separate page to show as many of the STAR TREK 50th ANNIVERSARY PACK INSERTED SKETCHES as I can for this set. I will add images as I find them.
I have also created a page for the ARTIST RETURNS.

Manufacturer Date of release Production run Packs per box Cards per pack Card size
Rittenhouse Archives 18 March 2015 10,000 boxes 24 5 2½" x 3½"
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Base Set - Die-cut
1 1 The Cage 28 28 Errand of Mercy 55 55 The Omega Glory
2 2 Where No Man Has Gone Before 29 29 The City on the Edge of Forever 56 56 Assignment: Earth
3 3 The Corbomite Maneuver 30 30 Operation—Annihilate! 57 57 Spectre of the Gun
4 4 Mudd's Women 31 31 Catspaw 58 58 Elaan of Troyius
5 5 The Enemy Within 32 32 Metamorphosis 59 59 The Paradise Syndrome
6 6 The Man Trap 33 33 Friday's Child 60 60 The Enterprise Incident
7 7 The Naked Time 34 34 Who Mourns for Adonais? 61 61 And the Children Shall Lead
8 8 Charlie X 35 35 Amok Time 62 62 Spock's Brain
9 9 Balance of Terror 36 36 The Doomsday Machine 63 63 Is There In Truth No Beauty?
10 10 What Are Little Girls Made Of? 37 37 Wolf in the Fold 64 64 The Empath
11 11 Dagger of the Mind 38 38 The Changeling 65 65 The Tholian Web
12 12 Miri 39 39 The Apple 66 66 For the World Is Hollow and I Have Touched the Sky
13 13 The Conscience of the King 40 40 Mirror, Mirror 67 67 Day of the Dove
14 14 The Galileo Seven 41 41 The Deadly Years 68 68 Plato's Stepchildren
15 15 Court-Martial 42 42 I, Mudd 69 69 Wink of an Eye
16 16 The Menagerie, Part I 43 43 The Trouble With Tribbles 70 70 That Which Survives
17 17 The Menagerie, Part II 44 44 Bread and Circuses 71 71 Let That Be Your Last Battlefield
18 18 Shore Leave 45 45 Journey to Babel 72 72 Whom Gods Destroy
19 19 The Squire of Gothos 46 46 A Private Little War 73 73 The Mark of Gideon
20 20 Arena 47 47 The Gamesters of Triskelion 74 74 The Lights of Zetar
21 21 The Alternative Factor 48 48 Obsession 75 75 The Cloud Minders
22 22 Tomorrow is Yesterday 49 49 The Immunity Syndrome 76 76 The Way To Eden
23 23 The Return of the Archons 50 50 A Piece of the Action 77 77 Requiem for Methuselah
24 24 A Taste of Armageddon 51 51 By Any Other Name 78 78 The Savage Curtain
25 25 Space Seed 52 52 Return to Tomorrow 79 79 All Our Yesterdays
26 26 This Side of Paradise 53 53 Patterns of Force 80 80 Turnabout Intruder
27 27 The Devil in the Dark 54 54 The Ultimate Computer  
Chase Cards
"The Cage" Uncut (1:12 packs) - Gold foil-stamped
1 TOS 50th Cage 1 In the early 1960's, Gene Roddenberry had a vision for a new TV series unlike anything that had ever been created before, depicting a multi-ethnic cast of men and women exploring strange new worlds throughout the Galaxy. Despite initial skepticism throughout Hollywood that such a show could work, Roddenberry successfully pitched his concept to Desilu Productions. The initial pilot episode for this show – eventually titled "The Cage" – would star Jeffrey Hunter as Captain Pike. 25 TOS 50th Cage 25 The illusion of Pike and Vina on Rigel VII comes to an end, and the two humans find themselves once again inside Pike's cell within the Talosians' underground compound. After witnessing the illusion, the Talosian Magistrate and his colleagues silently depart, leaving Pike to question Vina about her role in his abduction. Pike wants to know why she's there and whether she is real. Vina replies that she's there to please him and that she's as real as he wants her to be. Pike refuses to accept those answers. 48 TOS 50th Cage 48 Yeoman Colt becomes confuse when Vina say that Captain Pike ha already picked her. Colt asks, "Picked her? For what? I don't understand." Vina snaps back, "Now there's a fine choice for intelligent offspring." Colt begins to piece it together. "Offspring? As in children?" she queries. Number One adds, "Offspring, as in Adam," referring to Pike, "is that it?" Vina snipes, "You're no better choice. They'd have more luck crossing him with a computer."
2 TOS 50th Cage 2 On the bridge of the U.S.S. Enterprise, Captain Pike leads his crew, including Vulcan science officer Mister Spock, on a mission in space. Suddenly, the ship's sensors detect a mysterious phenomenon headed their way, yet nothing is visible on the view screen. Navigator Jose Tyler thinks it may just be meteoroids, but the female first officer, Number One, disagrees. The ship goes to Red Alert, and Tyler informs the captain that whatever it is, it's approaching at the speed of light and on a collision course with them. Number One suggests evasive manoeuvres, but Pike calmly orders her to maintain their present course. 26 TOS 50th Cage 26 Pike tries to figure out why the Talosians are using Vina in the illusions culled from his own memory. He notes, "I've never met you before. I never even imagined you." Vina replies, "Perhaps they made me out of dreams you've forgotten." Pike strives for answers, while Vina tries to steer PIke's thoughts in a different direction, appealing to his sense of desire and offering him the chance to have anything or any woman he's ever imagined. "Let me…please you," offers Vina. Pike resists her overtures and seeks to find ways to keep the Talosians from using his thoughts against him. 49 TOS 50th Cage 49 The Magistrate addresses Captain Pike, "Since you resist the present specimen, you now have a selection." Pike continues filling his mind with hate. "I'll break out of this zoo somehow and get to you. Is you blood red like ours? I'm going to find out!" exclaims Pike. The Magistrate matter-of-factly points out the favorable qualities of the other two women. He starts by noting that Number One ha the superior mind and would produce highly intelligent children. "Although she seems to lack emotion, this is largely a pretence. She often has fantasies involving you," adds the Magistrate.
3 TOS 50th Cage 3 Chief Petty Officer Garison mans the communications board on the bridge of the Enterprise and picks up a radio wave. He tells Captain Pike that it's an old style distress signal from a ship in trouble making a forced landing. Navigator Tyler pinpoints the original [sic] of the distress call as the Talos star group, but Number One notes that there are no Earth ships or colonies that far out. Mister Spock determines that the distress call came from the S.S. Columbia, which disappeared while on a survey mission nearly 18 years earlier. Spock adds that there is one Class-M planet with an Earth-like oxygen atmosphere in the Talos star group. 27 TOS 50th Cage 27 Number One leads a landing party to the surface of Talos IV in an effort to rescue Captain Pike. The landing party sets up a phaser cannon using power diverted from the Enterprise to blow open the metal doors leading into the Talosians' underground complex. Despite the extreme energy blast from the phaser cannon, the metal doors appear to remain unaffected. In disbelief, Number One states, "The top of that knoll should have been sheared off the first second…." Dr. Boyce adds, "Their power of illusion is so great we can't be sure of anything we do, anything we see…." 50 TOS 50th Cage 50 "All I want to do is get my hands on you. Can you read these thoughts? Images of hate, killing," Pike directs at the Magistrate, who ignores the captain. The Talosian notes the favorable qualities of Yeoman Colt. "The other new arrival has considered you unreachable, but is now realizing this has changed. The factors in her favor are youth and strength, plus unusually strong female drives." Colt runs her head, embarrassed by the assessment from the alien, despite its truth. Captain Pike's anger boils over. He's disgusted by the Magistrate.
4 TOS 50th Cage 4 Despite concerns from Mister Spock and Number One that there may still be survivors from the S.S. Columbia, Captain Pike keeps the Enterprise on its present course to the Vega colony, in order to tend to their own sick and injured first. Pike then turns over control of the bridge to Number One and heads to his quarters. Pike call Dr. Boice [sic] on his communicator and asks the doctor to join him in his cabin. Weary from previous missions, Pike lies down on his bed and awaits Boyce's arrival. 28 TOS 50th Cage 28 "How far can they control my mind?" Pike asks, in reference to the Talosians. "If I tell you, then will you pick some dream you've had and let me live to with you?" queries Vina. "Perhaps," replies Pike. Vina goes on to tell Pike that the Talosians can't make you do anything you don;t want to do, but they try to trick you with their illusions and punish you if you;re not cooperative. Vina further explains that the Talosians used to live on their planet's surface thousands of centuries ago, before war destroyed everything. Only now is the planet's surface beginning to support life again. 51 TOS 50th Cage 51 Overcome by his intense hatred of the Talosians and using that intensity to block them from reading his mind, Captain Pike declares, "You'll find my thoughts more interesting. Thoughts so primitive you can't understand. Emotions so…." The Magistrate interrupts Pike by punishing him telepathically. As Pike writhes in pain, the Magistrate noes, "Wrong thinking is punishable. Right thinking will be as quickly rewarded. You will find it an effective combination." As the Talosian leader departs, Pike tells Number One and Yeoman Colt not to help him, that he has to concentrate – that they can't read through hate.
5 TOS 50th Cage 5 Sensing that Captain Pike has been worn down by recent missions in space, Dr. Boyce enters the captain's quarters and begins mixing him a martini. A confused Pike asks Boyce what makes him think he needs a drink. Boyce replies, "Sometimes, a man will tell his bartender things he'll never tell his doctor." Pike feels responsible for the deaths of several crewmen, including his own yeoman, and considers resigning from Starfleet. Pike tells Boyce that's [sic] considering going home to his horse farm, or going into business on Regula as an Orion trader. Boyce remains skeptical and encourages Pike to take a rest leave instead. 29 TOS 50th Cage 29 Captain Pike correctly asserts that when the Talosians were forced underground after their planet's surface was no longer habitable, they developed their mental powers. Vina explains, "But they found it's a trap, like a narcotic, because when dreams become more important than reality, you give up travel, building, creating…. You;re better than a theater to them. They create an illusion for you. They watch you react, feel your emotions." 52 TOS 50th Cage 52 With Captain Pike, Number One and Yeoman Colt now presumed lost, Mister Spock assumes command of the Enterprise. Spock orders Navigator Jose Tyler to open a ship-wide channel. "We've no choice now but to consider the safety of this vessel and the remainder of the crew. We're leaving. All decks prepare for hyper-drive, time-warp factor…." Just then, the ship's controls go dead. Spock tells the engine room, "Switch to rockets, we're blasting out!' But that fails, too. Tyler informs Spock that every system is fading out. The Enterprise is effectively dead in space.
6 TOS 50th Cage 6 Mister Spock calls Captain Pike's quarters and informs him that a new message has been received from Talos, indicating survivors of the crashed ship, S.S. Columbia. Pike immediately returns to the bridge of the Enterprise, where Chief Petty Officer Garison reads the message: "11 survivors from crash. Gravity and oxygen within limits. Food and water obtainable, but unless…." The message abruptly ends, forcing Pike to make a critical decision – to continue on to the Vega colony or to divert his ship to the Talos star group to rescue the survivors. Pike makes his choice and heads for Talos – time-warp, factor seven. 30 TOS 50th Cage 30 When Vina reveals that the Talosians have brought back numerous specimens from all over this part of the Galaxy, Captain Pike correctly deduces that the Talosians need more than one of each specimen in order to breed. Pike realizes that they will need a pair of humans, but he is not yet convinced that Vina is a real woman. She tries to convince him that she is as real and as human as he is, and that they are like Adam and Eve. Suddenly, the Magistrate appears and cuts off their conversation. The Talosian leader mentally punishes her, and suddenly, she disappears from Pike's cell. 53 TOS 50th Cage 53 As Captain Pike, Number One, Yeoman Colt and Vina appear to be asleep or resting inside their cell, the Magistrate tries to go unnoticed upon emerging from the elevator doorway. The Magistrate intends to secretly open the passage into the cell to remove the two phasers that Pike dropped on the floor. However, it's all a carefully crafted ruse by Pike, who continues to shield his thoughts from the Talosians with a wall of hatred in his mind.
7 TOS 50th Cage 7 While the Enterprise travels to the Talos star group, Yeoman Colt enters the bridge. She bumps into Captain Pike while delivering her daily reports at 0500, and Pike is momentarily unnerved by the beautiful, young officer, who tries to hide her own attraction to him. As Colt departs, Pike comments that he just can't get used to having a woman on the bridge. He realizes that he's just insulted the female Number One, his second in command, and tries to correct himself by noting that Number One is "different", of course." She appears deflated, realizing that Pike does not think of her as a woman. 31 TOS 50th Cage 31 Alone in his cell, Captain Pike checks the integrity of the walls around him, trying to find any weakness that may help him escape. Suddenly, he realizes it, the Talosians us a small opening in the cell to deposit a vial containing a nourishing protein complex for Pike to drink. "If the form and color is not appealing, it can appear as any food you wish to visualize," remarks the Magistrate. 54 TOS 50th Cage 54 The Magistrate quietly and carefully opens the small door into Captain Pike's cell in an effort to remove the two phasers lying nearby on the floor. Unable to read Pike's hate-filled mind, the Talosian leader is unaware that Pika has set a trap with the two phasers as the bait. Pike pretends to be asleep, but as soon as the Magistrate reaches in, Pike leaps forward, grabs the Talosian and wraps his hands around the alien's neck.
8 TOS 50th Cage 8 As the Enterprise settles into orbit around Talos IV, Captain Pike receives reports on the planet's condition. Readings show an oxygen-nitrogen atmosphere – well within safetly [sic] limits – and gravity of 0.9 of Earth. Pike orders a landing party of six, including himself, Mister Spock, Navigator Jose Tyler, Chief Petty Officer Garison, Dr. Boyce and the ship's geologist. Pike informs a disappointed Number One that she will need to remain behind. Pike explains that, with so little information on the planet below, he will need the ship's most experienced officer to remain on board. 32 TOS 50th Cage 32 When Captain Pike questions what will happen if he chooses to starve himself, the magistrate remarks, "You overlook the unpleasant alternative punishment." The Talosian the creates a new illusion causing PIke to feel sever agony in a fiery pit – a scene from a fable Pike one heard as a child, culled from his memory. Pike asks why the Talosians don't simply put irresistible hunger in his mind, but correctly assumes that would overstep their mental powers. Angered by Pike's irreverence, the Magistrate threatens worse punishment. Pike relents and consumes the liquid. 55 TOS 50th Cage 55 With his hands tightly gripped around the Magistrate's neck, Captain Pike angrily says, "Now you hold still or I'l break…." Vina interrupts, telling Pike not to hurt him, that the Talosians don;t mean to be evil. Pike knows better, having witnessed first-hand what the aliens are capable of. The Magistrate suddenly creates an illusion of himself as a monstrous, fanged beast, but Pike doesn't fall for it. Gripping the alien's neck ever tighter, Pike commands, "You stop this illusion or i'll twist your head off!" The alien complies. Pike adds, "You try one more illusion, you try anything at all, and I'll break your neck."
9 TOS 50th Cage 9 The landing party from the Enterprise beams down to a canyon on the surface pf Talos IV. Pike and the rest of the landing party observe unusual rock formations and plant life on what appears to be an otherwise desolate planet. Pike hears a strange sound emanating from a blue leafy plant, and when he touches it, the sound dissipates. Mister Spock also touches the plant's blue leaves and smiles upon realizing the unusual cause and effect. Pike, Spock and the other members of the landing party soon move on to explore other parts of the planet. 33 TOS 50th Cage 33 After drinking the nourishing protein complex provided by the Talosians, Captain Pike fills his mind with hate, wanting to get his hands around the Magistrates neck. He then hurls himself into the glass window of his cell, causing the startled Magistrate to step back in fear. Pike finds the alien's response very interesting and begins to sense that the Talosians may not be able to read his mind when it's filled with primitive emotions. The Magistrate changes the subject by discussing the crash of the S.S. Columbia and its see survivor – Vina. 56 TOS 50th Cage 56 As Captain Pike maintains his grip around the Magistrate's neck, the alien leader says, "Your ship…. Release me, or will [sic] destroy it." Meanwhile, back aboard the Enterprise, Mister Spock leads the crew in a vain effort to restore the ship's systems. Nothing works. Suddenly, the ship's computer activates, as it appears the Talismans are collecting all the information stored within the vessel. Spock senses that they may have waited too long and that the Talosians intend to destroy them.
10 TOS 50th Cage 10 The Enterprise landing party on Talos IV soon comes across what appears to be the encampment of survivors from the S.S. Columbia, a ship that had crashed on the planet nearly 18 years earlier. Captain Pike introduces himself to the aging group of scientists, led by Dr; Theodore Haskins, who are thrilled to see men from Earth. Pike assures them that they will see Earth again very soon. Navigator Jose Tyler excitedly tells them that they won't believe how fast they can travel back – that the time barrier has been broken. Suddenly, Tyler's attention shifts…. 34 TOS 50th Cage 34 "As you've conjectured." the Magistrate tell Captain Pike, "an Earth vessel did crash on our planet, but with only a single survivor…. We repaired the survivor's injuries, and found the species interesting…. It became necessary to attract a mate…. This is necessary in order to perpetuate the species." Pike angrily responds that it must be the Talosians' intention ultimately to build an entire human community, and he chastises the Magistrate for punishing Vina, rather than himself. The Magistrate is pleased by PIke's attitude and adds, "First, an emotional protectiveness. Now, one of sympathy…. Excellent." 57 TOS 50th Cage 57 Vina notes, "He's not bluffing, captain. With illusion, they can make your crew work the wrong controls or push any button it takes to destroy your ship." Captain Pike gambles that the Magistrate is too intelligent to kill for no reason at all. He passes off the alien leader to Number One, grabs one of the phasers and attempts to fire it at the window of the cell. Nothing happens. Pike then fires the other phaser, and again, nothing happens, not even after he adults it to its highest setting.
11 TOS 50th Cage 11 Suddenly, a beautiful, young woman appears from within the encampment of elderly scientists stranded on Talos IV. Dr. Haskins introduces her as Vina, whose parents are dead. Haskins tells Captain Pike that Vina was born almost at the same time they crashed on the planet 18 years ago. Pike appears smitten by the beautiful blonde woman. Meanwhile, in a chamber beneath the planet's surface, three large-headed aliens – Talosians – covertly observe Pike's reaction to Vina. The Talosians silently communicate with each other and appear pleased. 35 TOS 50th Cage 35 Captain Pike finds himself in a new illusion – this time back home at his farm on Earth, with Vina now playing the role of his wife. Pike's initial resistance to playing along with the charade softens when we [sic] sees one of his favorite horses, Tango. Pike clearly enjoys seeing Tango. He starts to apologise for not having any sugar cubes, but quickly catches himself when realizing that there actually is sugar in his jacket pocket. Pike remarks to Vina, "They think of everything, don't they?" Vina steers the conversation away from what the Talosians are doing to them and tries to get Pike simply to enjoy the experience of his being home again. 58 TOS 50th Cage 58 When his phasers appear to fail, Captain Pike turns his attention back to the Magistrate and points one of the weapons at the alien's head. I'm willing to bet you've created an illusion this laser is empty. I think it just blasted a hole in that window and you're keeping us from seeing it. You want me to test my theory out on your head?!" The Magistrate relents, ending the illusion and revealing a massive hole in the window. Pike holds the Magistrate once again at gunpoint and then leads the group out of the cell, into the elevator and to the surface of the planet.
12 TOS 50th Cage 12 Captain Pike hails Number One on his communicator, as the rest of the landing party assists the crash survivors from the S.S. Columbia to gather there effects for transport to the Enterprise. Number One asks permission to send down scouting and scientific parties. Suddenly, Vina appears, and Pike pauses. Vina stares at the captain and says, "You appear to be healthy and intelligent, captain… a prime specimen." Pike appears simultaneously smitten and confused. Dr. Haskins asks Pike to forgive Vina's odd choice of words, since she has lived her entire life with a collection of waging scientists. 36 TOS 50th Cage 36 Captain Pike tells Vina that it's funny – about 24 hours earlier, he was telling the ship's doctor how much he wanted something not very different from what they have in this current illusion – escape from reality, life with no frustrations, no responsibilities. But now that he has it, Pike understands the doctor's advice. Notwithstanding Vina's attempts to divert the conversation by enticing Pike with little white chicken/tuna sandwiches that are his mother's recipe, the captain elaborates. "Because you either live life, bruises, skinned knees and all, or you turn your back on it and start dying." 59 TOS 50th Cage 59 Upon reaching the surface of Talos IV, Captain Pike orders Number One to contact the Enterprise. As she opens her communicator, Number One notes that the elevator doorway and its rocky surroundings were, in fact, destroyed by the ships laser cannon. "They kept us from seeing this, too. We cut through and never knew it." she notes. Number One's communicator fails to function. Pike insists that the Magistrate allow them to contact their ship.
13 TOS 50th Cage 13 Dr. Boyce interrupts Captain Pike's conversation with Vina and Dr. Haskins to make his medical report. Boyce states that the survivors of the crashed S.S. Columbia are in excellent health, almost too good. Haskins notes that there's a reason for their good condition, but they've had doubt as to whether Earth is ready to learn their secret. Haskins suggests that Vina show Pike their secret – that they will accept her judgement. Vina takes Pike by the hand to an area not far from the encampment. Pike fails to see anything. Vina suddenly disappears, along with the rest of the crash survivors and their belongings. 37 TOS 50th Cage 37 Vina grows agitated by Pike's continued resistance to playing along with the current illusion. Pike notes, "We're not here. Neither of us. We're in a menagerie, a cage." He starts to get through to her, and Vina confirms Pike's suspicions that the Talosians can't read through primitive thoughts, like hate. She tells him that it's impossible to keep it up long enough – she's tried. And now the Talosians "own" her. They had her thoughts and dreams for the perfect man, and that's how they chose Pike. She can't help but love him, and they expect him to love her back. 60 TOS 50th Cage 60 The Talosian Magistrate smugly announces to Captain Pike, "As you see, your attempt to escape accomplished nothing…. You are now on the surface, where we wished you to be. With the female of your choice, you will now begin carefully guided lives…. To help you reclaim the planet's surface, our zoological gardens will furnish a variety of plant life…. Since our lifespan is many times yours, we have time to evolve you into a society trained to serve as artisans, technicians…."
14 TOS 50th Cage 14 After Vina, Dr. Haskins and the rest of the survivors of the S.S. Columbia vanish into thin air, a door within the rocky terrain opens up, and two Talosians emerge. One of the Talosians incapacitates Captain Pike with an orange-colored gas. Both of the Talosians hen lift the unconscious captain into the elevator and descend into their underground lair. Navigator Jose Tyler sees Pike in distress and races to his aid with the other members of the landing party, but they are too late to help free their captain from the ruthless grip of the aliens. 38 TOS 50th Cage 38 Vina begins to understand why none of the illusions so far have been effective on Pike. She suddenly has an epiphany: "A person's strongest dreams are about what he can't do. Yes, a ships's captain, always having to be so formal, so decent and honest and proper. You must wonder what it must be like to forget all that." As the Talosians secretly watch the interaction between Vina and Pike, they take her words literally and project Pike into a new illusion – this time in an unfamiliar scenario, as an Orion slave trader, just as he had suggested to Dr. Boyce a day earlier when he talked about leaving Starfleet for a new career. 61 TOS 50th Cage 61 Despite his heroic efforts to defeat the Talosians, Captain Pike realizes there is no escape. He offers to remain with Vina, if the Magistrate will return Number One and Yeoman Colt to the Enterprise and assure the safe departure of his ship. Number One sets her phaser to build up an overload, a forced chamber explosion. She tells the Magistrate, "It's wrong to create a whole race of human to live as slaves." The Magistrate grows nervous and asks, "Is this a deception? DO you intend to destroy yourselves?"
15 TOS 50th Cage 15 After captain Pike has been captured by the Talosians and taken to their underground lair, the rest of the Enterprise landing party takes action. Mister Spock and Navigator Tyler take aim on the door to the alien elevator housed within the rocky terrain of the planet. They fire their phasers, trying to blast open the elevator door, but nothing seems to work. Spock hails the Enterprise. He informs Number One that there are no survivors of the S.S. Columbia after all. Spock reports, "This is all some sort of trap. We've lost the captain…." 39 TOS 50th Cage 39 "Nice place you have here, Mr. Pike," comments a space officer enjoying the show put on by Vina, who has been transformed into an Orion slave performing in a new illusion created by the Talosians. The space officer adds, "Funny how they are on this planet … actually like being taken advantage of," referring to the seductive, Orion slave women. Unlike the previous illusions created by the Talosians, this one has Captain Pike inserted into an entirely unfamiliar situation with circumstances he can't control or predict. Pike appears unnerved, rather than enticed. 62 TOS 50th Cage 62 As Number One sets her phaser on overload, which wall cause all of them to be killed, Captain Pike tells Vina that there's still time for her to get underground, to safety. Pike angrily pushes her towards the entrance to the underground elevator and tells her to go. He then turns to the Magistrate and adds, "Just to show you how primitive humans are, Talosian, you go with her." Vina stops and tells Pike, "If you all think it's this important, then I can't go either. I suppose if they have one human being, they might try again."
16 TOS 50th Cage 16 Captain Pike awakens inside a cell within the Talosians mysterious underground facility. As he gathers himself, Pike realizes that he's locked in just one of several cells, many of which contain strange, if not threatening, alien creatures. Suddenly, a group of the Talosians after the chamber, but they initially say nothing, merely staring at Pike, who tries to communicate with them. 40 TOS 50th Cage 40 Captain Pike, now forced to play the part of an Orion slave trader in a new illusion perpetrated by the Talosians, suddenly realizes that the green-skinned woman performing before him is Vina. No longer is she presented by the Talosians as a damsel in distress for him to protect, or his wholesome, sandwich-making wife back home on Earth. The Talosians have pulled a more dangerous image from Pike's dreams. The situation makes Pike increasingly uncomfortable. 63 TOS 50th Cage 63 Two more Talosians emerge onto the planet's surface, Number One takes her phaser off overload. Telepathically, the Magistrate then assimilates knowledge of humans gathered from the Enterprise's computer records. When finished, the Magistrate states, "We had not believed this possible. The customs and history of your race show a unique hatred of captivity. Even when it's pleasant and benevolent, you prefer death. This makes you too violent and dangerous a species for our needs." They are now free to return to their ship.
17 TOS 50th Cage 17 "My name is Christopher Pike, commander of the space vehicle Enterprise from the stellar group at the other end of this galaxy. Our intentions are peaceful. Can you understand me?" questions Pike. The Talosians telepathically speak to each other. One of the aliens tells the Magistrate, their apparent leader, that the intelligence of the specimen is shockingly limited. The Magistrate replies, "This is no surprise, since his vessel was baited here so easily with a simulated message…. It is only now beginning to suspect that the survivors and encampment were a simple illusion we placed in their minds." 41 TOS 50th Cage 41 "Suppose you had all of space to choose from, and this was only one small sample….," remarks the space officer. "Wouldn't you say it was worth a man's soul?" adds the trader sitting with Pike and the other man. Captain Pike continues to grow increasingly uncomfortable as the two other men revel in the dance performance by Vina, who appears as a green-skinned Orion slave in this new illusion. Finally, Pike can't take it any longer and storms out. 64 TOS 50th Cage 64 Disgusted by the Talosian's treatment of himself and his crew, all of whom are now free to go, Captain Pike just shakes his head and states, "And that's it. No apologies. You captured one of us. Threatened all of us…." The Talosians merely reply, "Your unsuitability has condemned the Talosian race to eventual death…. No other specimen has shown your adaptability. You were our last hope." Pike asks, "Wouldn't some form of trade, mutual cooperation….? The Magistrate concludes, "Your race would learn our power of illusion and destroy itself, too."
18 TOS 50th Cage 18 As the Talosians watch from outside his cell, Captain Pike tests the strength of the walls around him. Pike notes, "There's a way out of any cage, and I'll find it." The Magistrate comments to his allies, "Despite its frustration, the creature appears more adaptable than our specimens from other planets. We can soon begin the experiment." Upon hearing the Magistrate's words, Pike looks on with a questioning, if not concerned, look. His situation appears more desperate then [sic] even he originally believed. 42 TOS 50th Cage 42 Captain Pike dashes out of the club where Vina has been dancing as a green-skinned Orion slave. The landscape quickly changes, however, as Pike now finds himself inside a cave-like area with no exit. Pike searches for a way out, to no avail. Suddenly, Vina appears, still as an Orion – seductive and irresistible. It's a situation that Pike has never faced before, and he doesn't know what to do. 65 TOS 50th Cage 65 Power suddenly returns to the Enterprise, and the helm now responds to controls. The transporter functions properly again. Mister Spock and Chief Petty Officer Garison look on. Yeoman Colt beams back aboard the ship, followed immediately by Number One. But where is Captain Pike?!
19 TOS 50th Cage 19 Back on the Enterprise, the ship's officers convene to discuss their predicament at Talos IV and the loss of Captain Pike. "The inhabitants of this planet must live deep underground… probably manufacture food and other needs down there" asserts Spock, adding that the surface of the planet is too barren to support life. Number One notes that they were victims of an illusion, that the Talosians made them see just what they wanted them to see, human beings surviving with dignity and bravery. 43 TOS 50th Cage 43 Back on the Enterprise, Number One informs the landing party that their plan is to transport down inside the Talosian community. Mister Spock, however, notes that if their measurements and readings are merely illusions also, they might find themselves materializing inside solid rock. Number One adds that nothing will be said if any of them want to back out of the mission. All of them remain committed to the mission, and the transporter room crew prepares to beam them down. 66 TOS 50th Cage 66 Vina tells Captain Pike that she cannot leave with him. After Yeoman Colt and Number One return to the Enterprise, the Talosians reveal Vina's true appearance. "You see why I can't go with you…. They found me in the wreckage, [a] dying…lump of flesh. They rebuilt me. Everything works, but they had never seen a human. They had no guide for putting me back together." The Magistrate adds, "It was necessary to convince you that [her] desire to stay is an honest one."
20 TOS 50th Cage 20 Dr. Boyce stresses the danger of their situation, "The inhabitants of this planet can read our minds. They can create illusions out of a person's own thoughts, memories and experiences – even out of a person;s own desires…." Spock suggests that the Talosians may have taken the captain to find out how Earth people are put together, or for other reasons. Navigator Tyler insists that they need to act fast to save the captain, and that they can transfer the ship's power to the surface to blast their way into the Talosians' lair. Number One agrees with Tyler, and they return to the planet's surface to blast through the metal doors. 44 TOS 50th Cage 44 The six members of the landing party, including Number One, Mister Spock, Yeoman Colt, Navigator Tyler, Chief Petty Officer Garison and the ship's geologist, stand on the transporter platform and prepare to beam down inside the Talosian's underground complex to rescue Captain Pike. The transporter crew activates the controls, but only the two women – Number One and Yeoman Colt – are beamed away. The me remain on board the Enterprise. Mister Spock exclaims, "The women!" Spock realizes that they've been manipulated again by the Talosians' power of illusion. 67 TOS 50th Cage 67 After seeing Vina's true appearance, Captain Pike understands why Vina has chosen to remain on Talos IV. Pike asserts, "You'll give her back her illusion of beauty." "And more," the Magistrate replies. Pike turns to see Vina young and beautiful again, but her illusion now includes a doppelgänger of Pike himself as her consort. The Magistrate adds, "She has an illusion, and you have reality. May you find your way as pleasant." Vina and her illusion of Pike then descend into the Talosian's underground complex.
21 TOS 50th Cage 21 As the crew of the Enterprise formulates a plan to rescue him, Captain Pike remains in a cell beneath the surface of Talos IV, trying to figure out a way to escape. Meanwhile, the Talosian Magistrate and one of his chief associates monitor Pike's thoughts and actions. They are impressed by Pike's excellent memory capacity. The Magistrate reads most strongly a recent death struggle in Pike's mind, in which he fought to save his own life. The Magistrate indicates they will use that memory as a starting point for their experiments on him, but adding Vina for Pike to protect. 45 TOS 50th Cage 45 Number One and Yeoman Colt materialize inside Captain Pike's cell within the Talosians' underground complex. They turn to see Captain Pike in a trance-like state, with Vina by his side, still performing in their own minds the roles created by the Talosians with Pike as an Orion slave trader and Vina as a green-skinned Orion dancer. Number One turns, sees Pike and exclaims, "Captain!" which disrupts the illusion. Vina cries, "No, let me finish!" Pike slowly returns to [the] reality of being inside his cell and realizing that the illusion has ended. 68 TOS 50th Cage 68 Aboard the Enterprise, the transporter chief informs Mister Spock that the system is coming on again. Captain Pike then beams back to the ship, where he is greeted by Yeoman Colt and Number One. The two women ask what's happened to Vina. Pike replies that Vina is not coming with them and that he agreed with her reasons. Pike then heads for the bridge to resume travelling to the Vega colony, their destination before diverting to Talos IV.
22 TOS 50th Cage 22 The Talosians create an illusion in which Captain Pike is back on Rigel VII, the site of a recent death struggle pulled from his memory. In this illusion, however, Vina is inserted as a damsel in distress – someone for Pike to protect. Pike resists the illusion, believing that he must still be in his cell on Talos IV. He tries to reason with Vina, to understand what's happening and why it's her and not some other woman. She ignores his questions and urges him to go along with the illusion in which they are on grave danger on another world. 46 TOS 50th Cage 46 Number One and Yeoman Colt are initially confused that they were the only ones transported down – they had been among a landing party of six. Vina senses the truth of the situation – that the Talosians intend to use the two women from the Enterprise as alternatives to create a colony of humans. Vina declares, "It's not fair: You don't need them." Pike grabs the women's phasers, but both appear to be non-functioning, despite being fully charged before they transported off the ship. Number One ten checks her communicator, which also appears to be dead. 69 TOS 50th Cage 69 Dr. Boyce intercepts Captain Pike as he enters the bridge. Pike insists he feels fine and remarks, "You recommended rest and a change of pace…. I've even been home." Pike then bumps into Yeoman Colt. Flustered, Pike begins to chew out his female yeoman, until he realizes that she has his reports, once again on time. Colt asks Pike who he would have chosen as his "Eve" but Number One cuts her off. Colt the departs the bridge, without an answer to her question.
23 TOS 50th Cage 23 As the illusion continues in which Captain Pike and Vina are on Rigel VII, a menacing, male Kalar warrior enters the scene. Vina pleads with Pike to attack the brute, to kill him when he's not looking. Pike still resists, believing it all to be a dream. He tells Vina that [he] won't play along, that he's not an animal performing for it's supper. Vina somehow finally gets through to him, convincing Pike the he will still feel and experience everything as though it were real. As the Kalar warrior approaches, Pike seeks to protect Vina and prepares for a fight. Pike grabs a mace and a shield to battle the Kalar. 47 TOS 50th Cage 47 Captain Pike tells Number One not to say anything, as he hatches an escape plan. He drops their seemingly useless phasers on the floor by the door to his cell and declares, "I'm filling my mind with a picture of beating their huge, misshapen heads to pulp! Thoughts so primitive they block out everything else. I'm filling my mind with hate!" Vina tries to cal him, asking him how long he thinks he can realistically block the Talosians from reading his thoughts. Yeoman Colt tells Vina to leave Pike alone. "He doesn't need you. He's already picked me," asserts Vina. 70 TOS 50th Cage 70 After dismissing questions about "Adam and Eve" from Navigator Tyler and Dr. Boyce, Captain Pike is set to leave the Talos star system. Sitting in his captain's chair aboard the bridge, Pike barks out, "What are we running here, a cadet ship, Number One? Are we ready or not?" Number One replies that all decks are ready. "Engage!" orders Pike. The Enterprise warps towards its next destination in space.
24 TOS 50th Cage 24 Captain Pike battles a Kalar warrior in the illusion of being on Rigel VII. Pike momentarily gains the upper hand, knocking the Kalar off his feet. Pike tries to get Vina to safety, but the Kalar comes after them, knocking Pike off a ledge. The Kalar grabs Vina, who screams in terror. Pike finds a knife and hurls it into the back of the giant warrior, who releases Vina, loses his balance and falls off the ledge. Pike acts quickly by grabbing the end of a spear and impaling the falling Kalar. The warrior is dead, and the illusion ends.  
"Mirror, Mirror" Uncut (1:12 packs) - Printed on high-end mirror board
MM1 TOS 50th Mirror, Mirror 1 A landing party consisting of Captain Krk, Dr. McCoy, Lt. Uhura and Scotty tried unsuccessfully to negotiate with the Halkan Council for dilithium mining rights on the Halkan planet. Thern, leader of the Council, explains his peple's pacifistic ways, which preclude such cooperation. Suddenly a magnetic storm ominously passes ovehead. MM18 TOS 50th Mirror, Mirror 18 Mirror Chekov joins Kirk in the turbolift, and when the doors open on Deck Five, one of Chekov's thugs punches an unsupecting Kirk in the face. Kirk falls to the floor, but the thugs stand him up. Chekov pulls his phaser on Kirk, noting the [sic] no one will question the assassination of a captain who disobeyed Prime Orders of the Empire. MM35 TOS 50th Mirror, Mirror 35 As Kirk heads for the transporter room, he calls Uhura and reminds her to keep Mirror Sulu's attention from his security board once Scotty gives the signal. Meanwhile, in the Engineering section, Scotty installs a device inside the Jefferires Tube, as McCoy keeps watch. Scotty then signals Uhura to distract Mirror Sulu.
MM2 TOS 50th Mirror, Mirror 2 Captain Kirk hails the Enterprise for a status report on the passing storm. Spock informs Kirk that the ion storm is violent and unpredictable. Kirk orders his first officer to plot a course for extended orbit in order to clear the disturbance, and to stand by to beam aboard the landing party. MM19 TOS 50th Mirror, Mirror 19 One of Mirror Chekov's thugs unexpectedly comes to Kirk's aid. The man knocks out Mirror Chekov, while Kirk flips one of the other thugs to the ground. The man who has betrayed Mirror Chekov then kills the other thugs with his phaser. When Kirk's security team arrives, the man asks Kirk to make him an officer. Kirk punches him. MM36 TOS 50th Mirror, Mirror 36 Uhura pretends to show interest in Mirror Sulu, who looks away from his security board long enough for Scotty to finish his task. Uhura then suddenly and violenty slaps Mirror Sulu, who moves towards her in a threatening way. Uhura pulls her dagger and exits the bridge so that she can rendezvous with Kirk, Scotty and McCoy in sickbay.
MM3 TOS 50th Mirror, Mirror 3 Aboard the Enterprise, Mr. Kyle activates the transporter to beam back Kirk, McCoy, Uhura and Scotty from the planet. However, the passing ion storm interferes with the transporter beam. The landing party starts to materialize on the transporter platform, but the signal fades. Spock assists Kyle in bringing the landing party back. MM20 TOS 50th Mirror, Mirror 20 Kirk's chief bodyguard asks Captain Kirk whether he should take Mirror Chekov to the "booth." Despite not knowing what exactly the "booth" is, Kirk agrees to his bodyguard's suggestion. Kirk then wipes the blood from his chin, knowing that time may be running out on his ability to maneuver through this parallel, savage universe. MM37 TOS 50th Mirror, Mirror 37 Armed with a phaser, Mirror Spock enters the transporter room and orders Kirk to restrict his movements. Mirror Spock demands to know what's going on, but Kirk refuses to reveal anything. Mirror Spock threatens that if Kirk fails to answer his questions, he will get answers from Dr. McCoy in sickbay.
MM4 TOS 50th Mirror, Mirror 4 The ion storm passing through the Halkan system causes Kir, McCoy, Uhura and Scotty to beam aboard an alternate version of the Enterprise, in a savage, parallel universe. When Kirk steps off the transporter platform, he is shocked to see an unusually dressed Spock with a goatee, along with Kyle, saluting him with their arms extended forward. MM21 TOS 50th Mirror, Mirror 21 Kirk uses the ship's computer ro outline a scenario in which they can use the ship's power to reestablish interdimensional contact with the paralle universe and send himself, Scotty and Uhura back to theor own universe. Scotty enlists McCoy to help, despite his protest: "I'm a doctor, not an engineer." MM38 TOS 50th Mirror, Mirror 38 Mirror Spock begins to piece together clues when he realizes that Kirk, Scotty, McCoy and Uhura were the four members of the landing party, and all four are now together in sickbay. A fight breaks out, and Kirk ultimately knocks out Mirror Spock. The group lifts him onto a medical bed, and McCoy tends to Mirror Spock's wounds.
MM5 TOS 50th Mirror, Mirror 5 Captain Kirk cautiously sizes up Mirror Spock, as Uhura, McCoy and Scotty silently wonder what has happened to their own Enterprise and the Spock they used to know. Mirror Spock asks Kirk if they should follow standard procedures, and Kirk consents. Mirror Spock orders Mirror Sulu to program a phaser barrage on Halkan cities. MM22 TOS 50th Mirror, Mirror 22 Kirk learns that in the Mirror universe, his counterpart ascended to the captaincy of the I.S.S. Enterprise by assassinating Captain Pike. Meanwhile, Scotty informs Kirk that the power diversion to the transporter controls will trigger a security alert. Kirk decides that Uhura will have to distract Mirror Sulu, who heads up security in this parallel realm. MM39 TOS 50th Mirror, Mirror 39 Despite the risk of missing the chance to transport back to his own universe, McCoy insists on treating the unconscious Mirror Spock, who will die without medical attention. Scotty pleads with McCoy that they have less that 10 minutes, but Kirk gives McCoy the minute he needs. Meanwhile, Marlena monitors sickbay through the Tantalus Field.
MM6 TOS 50th Mirror, Mirror 6 Mirror Spock punishes Mirror Kyle for his perceived failure at the controls of the transporter during the passing ion storm. Mirror Spock uses an "agonizer" to inflict terrible pain on Mirror Kyle, who collapses to the floor, as Kirk, Uhura, McCoy and Scotty look on in stunned silence. MM23 TOS 50th Mirror, Mirror 23 Back aboard the U.S.S. Enterprise, Spock must deal with the Mirror Universe versions of Kirk, McCoy, Scotty and Uhura. Mirror Kirk threatens to execute Spock, who has all four thrown into the brig until he can figure out how to return them to wherever it is they came from. Mirror Kirk then tries to bribe Spock, who finds the encounter "fascinating." MM40 TOS 50th Mirror, Mirror 40 Mirror Sulu and a team of security officers storm into sickbay, Mirror Sulu informs Kirk that Mirror Spock has orders to kill the captain. However, Mirror Sulu intends to make it appear that Kirk and Mirror Spock have killed each other in a fierce battle, and that their deaths will leave him in command of the Enterprise.
MM7 TOS 50th Mirror, Mirror 7 Mirror Spock informs Mr. Scott that the ion storm caused minor damage in his section and McCoy that there are injuries requiring his attention. Mirror Kyle notes that there was a power surge during transporting. Mirror Spock asks Kirk if he may be feeling any abnormal effects. Kirk insists that McCoy check out the entire landing party in sickbay. MM24 TOS 50th Mirror, Mirror 24 Mirror Spock tells Kirk that he is pleased Chekov's assassination plot failed. Kirk questions his motives. Mirror Spock replies that he does not desire the captaincy, preferring his scientific duties and remaining a lesser target. Kirk finds Mirror Spock's logic flawless, as always. MM41 TOS 50th Mirror, Mirror 41 One by one, Marlena eliminates Mirror Sulu's henchmen by using the Tantalus Filed device hidden in Mirror Kirk's cabin. Mirror Sulu, armed with a dagger, tries to murder Mirror Spock and Kirk in order to assune command of the Enterprise. However, Kirk delivers two swift karate chops and knocks Mirror Sulu unconscious.
MM8 TOS 50th Mirror, Mirror 8 Before departing the transporter room, Kirk orders Mirror Spock to have the transporter circuits checked, which will buy some needed time for the landing party to conviene in sickbay to figure out what's going on and how to deal with their predicament in this parallel universe. MM25 TOS 50th Mirror, Mirror 25 Mirror Spock comments that the "agony booth" is the most effective means of discipline. Kirk watches as Chekov suffers inside the device. Mirror Spock notes that Chekov's behavior warrants full duration, which would kill him. Kirk argues back that he hasn't decided whether to kill Chekov. MM42 TOS 50th Mirror, Mirror 42 Kirk, Scotty and Uhura head to the the transporter room, while McCoy tends to Mirror Spock. McCoy insists that he'll catch up with the others in time. McCoy revives Mirror Spock, who then overpowers the doctor and performs a Vulcan mind-meld on him. Mirror Spock now understands the truth of the strange behaviour of Kirk and the others.
MM9 TOS 50th Mirror, Mirror 9 McCoy notes that nealr everything in sickbay is mixed up and out of place. Scotty asserts that the ion storm caused a surge of power in the transporter beam, resulting in their materializing in this parallel universe. Kirk realizes that their counterparts must have similarly transported aboard the Enterprise at the same time. MM26 TOS 50th Mirror, Mirror 26 Mirror Spock questions Kirk's actions regarding the Halkans, noting that terror must be maintained or the Empire is doomed. Neither man wishes to oppose the other, but Kirk won't destroy the Halkans. He stalls to allow Scotty to rig the transporter and then tells his personal bodyguard to confine Mirror Chekov, refusing to kill him. MM43 TOS 50th Mirror, Mirror 43 Marlena waits in the transporter room for Kirk, who assures Scotty and Uhura that Marlena is a friend. Kirk orders Scotty to activate the transporter, while Marlena insists that she come with them. Kirk refuses her request, but she does not understand his motives.
MM10 TOS 50th Mirror, Mirror 10 In an effort to buy some time to save the Halkans from destruction, Kirk orders Scotty to short out the phaser couplings and then work on finding a way to get them back home. Kirk then orders Uhura to the bridge to find out his exact orders and options, if any. Uhura expresses fear but Kirk reassures her. MM27 TOS 50th Mirror, Mirror 27 Scotty distracts the security officer assigned to Engineering, while McCoy knocks the man out with a sedative. Inside Engineering, Scotty and McCoy begin the procedure to reroute power from the ship's engines to the transporter controls, enabling them to recreate the inter-dimensional portal and beam them back to their own universe. MM44 TOS 50th Mirror, Mirror 44 Marlena draws her phaser, as Kirk and Scotty tend to the trasporter controls. Kirk tries to reason with her, noting that is she kills them, none of them will get away. Suddenly, Uhura lunges forward and disarms Marlena. Kirk grows increasingly concerned that McCoy has yet to arrive.
MM11 TOS 50th Mirror, Mirror 11 Aboard the bridge of the Mirror Enterprise, Uhura uneasily takes her post to carry out the Captain's orders. Meanwhile, Mirror Sulu, sporting a large scar across the side of his face, makes unwanted advances on her. Uhura aggressively rejects his overtures and threatens to slap him across the face, just as Kirk enters the bridge. MM28 TOS 50th Mirror, Mirror 28 Kirk enters his private quarters, only to find a beautiful woman – Marlena – lying in his bed waiting for him. Marlena serves Kirk a drink and expresses her concern that he got lucky in thwarting Chekov's assassination attempt. Unsure of who Marlena is exactly and what she's doing in his cabin, Kirk plays along. MM45 TOS 50th Mirror, Mirror 45 With five minutes to spare, Scotty notes that the power has been cut to the transporter. Kirk suggests going to auxiliary power, but Scotty can't connect the automatic transporter settings. Scotty offers to remain behind to operate the controls, but Kirk orders him to the transporter chamber, along with Uhura.
MM12 TOS 50th Mirror, Mirror 12 When Captain Kirk enters, the entire bridge crew stands and salutes him. Mirror Sulu immediately returns to his post, and Uhura provides a status report. She quietly informs Kirk that his orders are to annihilate the Halkans unless they comply. There are no alternatives. MM29 TOS 50th Mirror, Mirror 29 Marlena guesses at Kirk's motivations for delaying the desruction of the Halkans. He plays along, leading her to believe that he's aiming for something beyond the admiralty or the Cabinet of the Empire. Marlena wraps her arms around him an kisses him, smitten by the looming power she believes he wields. MM46 TOS 50th Mirror, Mirror 46 Mirror Spock arrives with McCoy and restores power to the main transporter circuits. Kirk tells Mirror Spock that he is a man of integrity in both universes. Mirror Spock prepares to operate the controls. He insists that he needs his own captain back and that Kirk must return to his own universe.
MM13 TOS 50th Mirror, Mirror 13 Kirk takes his seat in the Captsin's chair aboard the bridge, as Mirror Sulu informs him that phasers are locked on target. As they approach optimum range, Mirror Sulu asks for the order to fire. Kirk orders him to stand by. Mirror Sulu looks on in questioning disbelief at the failrue to carry out the orders to destroy the Halkans. MM30 TOS 50th Mirror, Mirror 30 Mirror Spock informs Kirk that he's received a private communication frm Starfleet Command and admits that he's breaching regulations by informing him of its contents. In the event that Kirk fails to carry out theor mission at dawn, Mirror Spock has been ordered to kill Kirk and destroy the Halkans as the new captain of the Enterprise. MM47 TOS 50th Mirror, Mirror 47 With little more than two minutes to spare, Kirk tries to reason with Mirror Spock at the futility of the Empire which, in his opinion, is illogical. "One man cannot summon the future." notes Mirror Spock. "But one man can change the present," replies Kirk, who implores Mirror Spock to spare the Halkans and make it stick.
MM14 TOS 50th Mirror, Mirror 14 Scotty prepares to access the weapons room, but a dutiful security guard refuses him entry without orders from Sulu, who is head of security aboard the Mirror Enterprise. Scotty regretfully checks in with Kirk and informs him that there is damage to the phaser banks. A chagrined Kirk must formulate a plan to save the Halkans. MM31 TOS 50th Mirror, Mirror 31 Marlena asks Kirk if she should activate the "Tantalus Field," an alien device hidden in Mirror Kirk's quarters allowing him to eliminate his enemies at the touch of a button. She shows him how the device works, and threatens to kill Mirror Spock. Kirk grabs her arm and shuts off the device, insisting that they will not kill the ship's first officer. MM48 TOS 50th Mirror, Mirror 48 Moments before his departure, Kirk tells Mirror Spock that there is a device in his cabin that will make him invincible. "In every revolution, there's one man with a vision," adds Kirk. Mirror Spock replies, "Captain Kirk, I shall consider it," and then beams Kirk, Scotty, McCoy and Uhura back to theor own Enterprise.
MM15 TOS 50th Mirror, Mirror 15 Mirror Spock enters the bridge and orders Mirror Sulu to lock phasers on the Halkan planet. Kirk forestalls the order and asks Uhura to contact the Halkan council again. Mirror Spock reminds Kirk that the Halkans have already refused the Empire and that command procedure dictates setting the customary example – annihilation. MM32 TOS 50th Mirror, Mirror 32 Kirk calls Scotty and tells him about Mirror Spock's orders to kill him. Scotty raises bigger concerns, telling Kirk that the two-way matter transmission has affected the local field density between the two universes. Scotty says that if they don't leave within half an hour, they'll be stranded forever inside the Mirror Universe. MM49 TOS 50th Mirror, Mirror 49 On the bridge of the Enterprise, Kirk asks Spock how he was able to identify their barbarian counterparts so quickly. Spock replies that it was far easier for Kirk, Scotty, McCoy and Uhura to behave like barbarians than for their counterparts to behave in a civilized manner. McCoy comments that he liked Spock better with a beard.
MM16 TOS 50th Mirror, Mirror 16 In a serious breach of protocol, Kirk gives Tharn, the leader of the Halkan Councl, twelve hours to reconsider his position or face annihilation. Kirk aggressively informs Mirror Spock that he has his reasons for offering the Halkans more time and that he'll reveal those reasons when the time is right. MM33 TOS 50th Mirror, Mirror 33 Mirror Spock discovers unusual computer activity in the Engineering section. He then questions why Mr. Sulu is monitoring his communications. Mirror Sulu appears eager to assist Mirror Spock in carrying out his orders to kill the captain, should that become necessary, since it would bring himself closer to the captaincy. MM50 TOS 50th Mirror, Mirror 50 Lt. Marlena Moreau arrives on the bridge of the Entreprise. Kirk, Scotty, McCoy and Uhura all look at her in curious amazement, having previously met her Mirror universe counterpart. Spock questions Kirk's reaction to the pretty, young lieutenant. Kirk simply replies that she seems like a likeable girl, and that they could become friends.
MM17 TOS 50th Mirror, Mirror 17 Mirror Spock informs Captain Kirk that his conduct must be reported to the Empire, but Kirk show little concern. Kirk orders Uhura to notify Dr. McCoy and Mr. Scott to meet him in his quarters. Meanwhile, Mirror Chekov secretly alerts his team of thugs from his console. MM34 TOS 50th Mirror, Mirror 34 Marlena slips into a provocative outfit and tries to seduce Kirk. He tells her that he must go, which leaves her feeling rejected as the Captain's Woman. She demands a transfer to another ship, but Kirk kisses her passionatley and reassures her that she remains his woman. Kirk then leaves to meet with Scotty and McCoy.  
U.S.S. Enterprise Original Concept Art (1:96 packs)
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Bridge Crew Heroes (1:96 packs) - Printed on high-end, clear plastic
P1 TOS 50th Bridge Crew Heroes P1 Captain Kirk P4 TOS 50th Bridge Crew Heroes P4 Scotty P7 TOS 50th Bridge Crew Heroes P7 Chekov
P2 TOS 50th Bridge Crew Heroes P2 Spock P5 TOS 50th Bridge Crew Heroes P5 Uhura P8 TOS 50th Bridge Crew Heroes P8 Nurse Chapel
P3 TOS 50th Bridge Crew Heroes P3 Dr. McCoy P6 TOS 50th Bridge Crew Heroes P6 Sulu P9 TOS 50th Bridge Crew Heroes P9 Yeoman Rand
"Mirror, Mirror" Heroes (1:288 packs) - Printed on high-end, double-sided mirror board
MM1 TOS 50th Mirror, Mirror Heroes MM1 Captain Kirk MM4 TOS 50th Mirror, Mirror Heroes MM4 Scotty MM7 TOS 50th Mirror, Mirror Heroes MM7 Chekov
MM2 TOS 50th Mirror, Mirror Heroes MM2 Spock MM5 TOS 50th Mirror, Mirror Heroes MM5 Uhura MM8 TOS 50th Mirror, Mirror Heroes MM8 Marlena
MM3 TOS 50th Mirror, Mirror Heroes MM3 Dr. McCoy MM6 TOS 50th Mirror, Mirror Heroes MM6 Sulu MM9 TOS 50th Mirror, Mirror Heroes MM9 U.S.S. Enterprise
In Memoriam - Leonard Nimoy (1:288 packs) - Sequentially numbered to 125
M1 TOS 50th Nimoy in Memoriam M1 Spock M4 TOS 50th Nimoy in Memoriam M4 Spock M7 TOS 50th Nimoy in Memoriam M7 Spock
M2 TOS 50th Nimoy in Memoriam M2 Spock M5 TOS 50th Nimoy in Memoriam M5 Spock M8 TOS 50th Nimoy in Memoriam M8 Spock
M3 TOS 50th Nimoy in Memoriam M3 Spock M6 TOS 50th Nimoy in Memoriam M6 Spock M9 TOS 50th Nimoy in Memoriam M9 Spock
Hand Drawn Sketch Cards (1:288 packs) - 42 artists have contributed as listed below with an average of just 20 per artist.
ORANGE = less than 25 drawn, GREEN = 25-50 drawn, OLIVE = 50-75 drawn, BLUE = over 75 drawn
- Melike Acar Sketch - Mugato Melike Acar

Melike Acar Signature
- Irma Ahmed Sketch - Rayna Kapec Irma Ahmed

Ahmed Signature
- Kristin Allen Sketch - Martha Landon Kristin Allen

Kristin Allen Signature
- Jennifer Allyn Sketch - Spock and Horta

Jennifer Allyn

Jennifer Allyn Signature

- León Braojos Sketch - Kirk and Gorn Leon Braojos

Leon Braojos Signature
- Jomar Bulda Sketch - Spock and Neural Parasite

Jomar Bulda

Jomar Bulda Signature

- Carlos Cabaleiro Sketch - Captain Christopher Pike Carlos Cabeleiro

Carlos Cabaleiro Signature
- François Chartier Sketch - Uhura François Chartier

Francois Chartier Signature
- Adam & Bekah Cleveland Sketch - M-113 Creature Adam (& Bekah) Cleveland
(cards signed on the back)

Adam Cleveland Signature
- Roy Cover Sketch - USS Enterprise and Space Amoeba Roy Cover

Roy Cover Signature
- David Day Sketch - Amok Time David Day

David Day Signature
- Norman Faustino Sketch - Kang Norman Jim Faustino

Norman Jim Faustino Signature
- Connie Faye Sketch - Janice Rand Connie Faye

Connie Faye Signature
- Bien Flores Sketch - Ruk

Bien Flores

Bien Flores Signature

- Andrew Garcia Sketch - Galileo Shuttlecraft Andrew Garcia

Andrew Garcia SIgnature
- Mick and Matt Glebe Sketch - Klingon Disruptor Mick and Matt Glebe

Mick and Matt Glebe Signature
- Javier Gonzalez Sketch - Mara and Kang Javier Gonzalez

Javier Gonzalez Signature
- Daniel Gorman Sketch - Kara Dan Gorman

Daniel Gorman Signature
- Kevin Graham Sketch - Spock Kevin Graham

Kevin Graham Signature
- TOS 50th Sketch - Charles Hall Charles Hall

Charles Hall Signature
- TOS 50th Sketch - Scott Houseman Scott Houseman

Scott Houseman Signature
- Laura Inglis Sketch - The Apple Laura Inglis

Laura Inglis Signature
- Debbie Jackson Sketch - Philana Debbie Jackson

Debbie Jackson Signature
- TOS 50th Sketch - Michael James Mike James
(cards signed on the back)

Mike James Signature
- Frank Kadar Sketch - Gorn Frank Kadar

Frank Kadar Signature
- TOS 50th Sketch - Jason Kemp Jason (J. Harrison) Kemp

Jason Kemp Signature
- Achilleas Kokkinakis Sketch - Spock Achilleas Kokkinakis

Achilleas Kokkinakis
- TOS 50th Sketch - Lee Lightfoot Lee Lightfoot

Lee Lightfoot Signature
- Jeff Nallinson Sketch - U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701 Jeff Mallinson

Jeff Mallinson Signature
- Warren Martineck Sketch - Enterprise and Space Amoeba
Eterprise and Space Amoeba
Warren Martineck

Warren Martineck Signature
- TOS 50th Sketch - Chris Meeks Chris Meeks

Chris Meeks Signature
- Rich Molinelli Sketch - Lokai Rich Molinelli

Rich Molinelli Signature
- Tanner Padlo Sketch - The Apple Tanner Padlo

Tanner Padlo Signature
- TOS 50th Sketch - Gener Pedrina Gener Pedrina

Gener Pedrina Signature
- Sean Pence Sketch - Captain James T. Kirk Sean Pence

Sean Pence Signature
- John Rademacher Sketch - Shuttlecraft Galileo Jon Rademacher

Jon Rademacher Signature
- Brent Ragland Sketch - Space Station K7 Brent Ragland

Brent Ragland Signature
- Scott Rorie Sketch - Dr. McCoy Scott Rorie

Scott Rorie Signature
- Danny Silva Sketch - Galt Danny Silva

Danny Silva Signature
- Emily Tester Sketch - Kirk and Spock with Tribbles Emily Tester

Emily Tester Signature
- Wu Wei Sketch - Gary Mitchell Wu Wei

Wu Wei Signature
- Helga Wojik Sketch - Miranda Jones Helga Wojik

Helga Wojik Signature
Autographed Cards (1:12 packs, 1 Silver Series and 1 Black Border per box)
PURPLE = 100-200 signed, GOLD = 200-300 signed, RED = 300-500 signed, BLUE = over 500 signed
Silver Series (1:24 packs)
- Silver Autograph - Lou Antonio Lou Antonio
as Lokai
in "Let That Be Your Last Battlefield"

© 201?

- Silver Autograph - Yvonne Craig Yvonne Craig
as Marta
in "Whom Gods Destroy"

© 2013

- Silver Autograph - Skip Homeier Skip Homeier
as Dr. Sevrin
in "The Way To Eden"

© 201?

- Silver Autograph - Walter Koenig Walter Koenig
as Chekov

© 201?

- Silver Autograph - William Shatner William Shatner
as Captain James T. Kirk

© 201?

- Silver Autograph - Geoffrey Binney Geoffrey Binney
as Compton
in "Wink of an Eye"

© 201?

- Silver Autograph - Charlie Brill Charlie Brill
as Arne Darvin
in "The Trouble With Tribbles"

© 201?

- Silver Autograph - Joan Collins Joan Collins
as Edith Keeler
in "The City on the Edge of Forever"

© 2013

- Silver Autograph - Pamelyn Ferdin Pamelyn Ferdin
as Mary Janowski
in "And the Children Shall Lead"

© 201?

- Silver Autograph - Clint Howard Clint Howard
as Balok
in "The Corbomite Maneuver"

© 201?

- Silver Autograph - Craig Huxley Craig Huxley
as Tommy Starnes
in "And The Children Shall Lead"

© 2015

- Silver Autograph - Diana Muldaur Diana Muldaur
as Miranda Jones
in "Is There in Truth No Beauty?"

© 201?

- Silver Autograph - Nichelle Nichols Nichelle Nichols
as Uhiura

© 2013

- Silver Autograph - William O'Connell William O'Connell
as Thelev
in "Journey to Babel"

© 201?

- Silver Autograph - Michael J. Pollard Michael J. Pollard
as Jahn
in "Miri"

© 201?

- Silver Autograph - George Takei George Takei
as Sulu

© 201?

- Silver Autograph - Maggie Thrett Maggie Thrett
as Ruth Bonaventure
in "Mudd's Women"

© 201?

- Silver Autograph - John Wheeler John Wheeler
as Gav
in "Journey To Babel"

© 201?

- Silver Autograph - Grace Lee Whitney Grace Lee Whitney
as Janice Rand

© 201?

- Silver Autograph - Antoinette Bower Antoinette Bower
as Sylvia
in "Catspaw"

© 201?

- Silver Autograph - Victor Brandt Victor Brandt
as Tongo Rad
in "The Way To Eden"

© 2015

- Silver Autograph - Anthony Call Anthony Call
as Dave Bailey
in "The Corbomite Maneuver"

© 2015

- Silver Autograph - Michael Dante Michael Dante
as Maab
in "Friday's Child"

© 2015

- Silver Autograph - Kim Darby Kim Darby
as Miri
in "Miri"

© 201?

- Silver Autograph - Jack Donner Jack Donner
as Subcommander Tal
in "The Enterprise Incident"

© 201?

- Silver Autograph - Gene Dynarski Gene Dynarksi
as Ben Childress
in "Mudd's Women"

© 201?

- Silver Autograph - Michael Forest Michael Forest
as Apollo
in "Who Mourns For Adonais?"

© 2015

- Silver Autograph - Mariette Hartley Mariette Hartley
as Zarabeth
in "All Our Yesterdays"

© 2015

Some signed in gold ink

- Silver Autograph - Sean Kenney Sean Kenney
as Captain Pike
in "The Menagerie"

© 2015

- Silver Autograph - Gary Lockwood Gary Lockwood
as Lt. Commander Gary Mitchell
in "Where No Man Has Gone Before"

© 201?

- Silver Autograph - Bruce Mars Bruce Mars
as Finnegan
in "Shore Leave"

© 201?

- Silver Autograph - Lawrence Montaigne Lawrence Montaigne
as Stonn
in "Amok Time"

© 2013

- Silver Autograph - Stewart Moss Stewart Moss
as Joe Tormolen
in "The Naked Time"

© 2015

- Silver Autograph - Roger Perry Roger Perry
as Captain Christopher
in "Tomorrow is Yesterday"

© 2013

- Silver Autograph - Robert Walker Jr.

Robert Walker Jr.
as Charlie Evans
in "Charlie X"

© 2013

- Silver Autograph - Morgan Woodward Morgan Woodward
as Captain Tracey
in "The Omega Glory"

© 2014

- Silver Autograph - Mariette Hartley Mariette Hartley (rare gold ink variant)
as Zarabeth
in "All Our Yesterdays"

© 2015

           
Black Border Series (1:24 packs)
- Black Border Autograph - Terri Garr Terri Garr
as Roberta Lincoln
in "Assignment: Earth"

© 201?

- Black Border Autograph - Kathryn Hays Kathryn Hays
as Gem
in "The Empath"

© 201?

- Black Border Autograph - Barbara Babcock Barbara Babcock
as Mea 3
in "A Taste of Armageddon"

© 201?

- Black Border Autograph - Shirley Bonne Shirley Bonne
as Ruth
in "Shore Leave"
- Black Border Autograph - Barbara Bouchet Barbara Bouchet
as Kelinda
in "By Any Other Name"

© 2015

- Black Border Autograph - Elinor Donahue Elinor Donahue
as Commissioner Nancy Hedford
in "Metamorphosis"

© 201?

- Black Border Autograph - Pamelyn Ferdin Pamelyn Ferdin
as Mary Janowksi
in "And The Children Shall Lead"

© 201?

- Black Border Autograph - Laurel Goodwin Laurel Goodwin
as Yeoman Colt
in "The Cage"

© 201?

- Black Border Autograph - Clint Howard Clint Howard
as Balok
in "The Corbomite Maneuver"

© 201?

- Black Border Autograph - Sally Kellerman Sally Kellerman
as Elizabeth Dehner
in "Where No One Has Gone Before"

© 2015

- Black Border Autograph - Lee Meriwether Lee Meriwether
as Losira
in "That Which Survives"

© 2015

- Black Border Autograph - Maggie Thrett Maggie Thrett
as Ruth Bonaventure
in "Mudd's Women"

© 201?

- Black Border Autograph - Emily Banks Emily Banks
as Yeoman Tonia Barrows
in "Shore Leave"

© 2015

- Black Border Autograph - Victor Brandt Victor Brandt
as Tongo Rad
in "The Way To Eden"

© 201?

- Black Border Autograph - Anthony Call Anthony Call
as Lt. Dave Bailey
in "The Corbomite Maneuver"

© 2015

- Black Border Autograph - Michael Dante Michael Dante
as Maab
in "Friday's Child"

© 201?

- Black Border Autograph - Gene Dynarski Gene Dynarksi
as Ben Childress
in "Mudd's Women"

© 2015

- Black Border Autograph - Michael Forest Michael Forest
as Apollo
in "Who Mourns for Adonais?"

© 201?

- Black Border Autograph - Sandy Gimpel Sandy Gimpel
as M-113 Creature
in "The Man Trap"

© 201?

- Black Border Autograph - Mariette Hartley Mariette Hartley
as Zarabeth
in "All Our Yesterdays"

© 201?

All signed in silver ink

- Black Border Autograph - Sherry Jackson Sherry Jackson
as Andrea
in "What Are Little Girls Made Of?"

© 201?

- Black Border Autograph - Sean Kenney Sean Kenney
as Captain Pike
in "The Menagerie"

© 201?

- Black Border Autograph - Nancy Kovack Nancy Kovack
as Nona
in "A Private Little War"

© 201?

- Black Border Autograph - BarBara Luna BarBara Luna
as Marlena
in "Mirror, Mirror"

© 2015

- Black Border Autograph - Bruce Mars Bruce Mars
as Finnegan
in "Shore Leave"

© 2015

- Black Border Autograph - Stewart Moss Stewart Moss
as Lt. Joe Tormolen
in "The Naked Time"

© 201?

- Black Border Autograph - Michael J Pollard Michael J Pollard
as Jahn
in "Miri"

© 201?

- Black Border Autograph - Sabrina Scharf Sabrina Scharf
as Miramanee
in "The Paradis Syndrome"

© 201?

- Black Border Autograph - Joan Swift Joan Swift
as Aurelan Kirk
in "Operation: Annihilate"

© 2015

- Black Border Autograph - John Wheeler John Wheeler
as Gav
in "Journey To Babel"

© 2015

- Black Border Autograph - Sean Kenney Craig Huxley
as Tommy Starnes
in "And The Children Shall" Lead

© 2015

 
The following two cards were removed from this set but should be included in a future set.
- Black Border Autograph - Lou Antonio Lou Antonio
as Lokai
in "Let That Be Your Last Battlefield"
- Black Border Autograph - Skip Homeier Skip Homeier
as Dr. Sevrin
in "The Way To Eden"
 
Cut Signature Cards (1:5,000+ packs)
- Cut Signature Card - Jeffrey Hunter Jeffrey Hunter
as Captain Pike

Sequentially numbered to 12

© 2016

- Cut Signature Card - Susan Oliver Susan Oliver
as Vina

Sequentially numbered to 13

© 2016

- Cut Signature Card - Jill Ireland Jill Ireland
as Leila Kalomi

Sequentially numbered to 35

© 2016

Case Topper Card
40a Base Card 40a Alternate Base Card 40a  
Card Album
-   Binder with Promo Card and one 9-pocket page
Multi-Case Incentive Cards
- Silver Autograph - Leonard Nimoy

6 Case Incentive Silver Autograph Card

Leonard Nimoy
as Mirror Spock

DA35 Shatner & Nimoy Autograph Card DA35

9 Case Incentive Dual Autograph Card

William Shatner & Leonard Nimoy
as Kirk & Spock

 
Archive Box Exclusives
M8 Mirror, Mirror Card M8

Mirror, Mirror throwback card of Marlena Moreau (never included in the TOS Season 2 set in 1998)

- Printing Plates

Set of 4 cut color printing plates (yellow, magenta, cyan, black) used to make the front of one base set card

 
Archive Box - 1 for every 18 cases
- Archive Box      
Promotional Items
P1 Promo - P1 General Distribution P2 Promo - P2 Album Exclusive  
 
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