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Series: The Original Series
Miniseries: Mirror Images, No. 1
Writer(s): Scott & David Tipton
Artist(s): David Messina
Colorist(s): Ilaria Traversi
Letterer(s): Chris Mowry
Editor(s): Scott Dunbier
Publication information
Publisher: IDW Publishing
Published: 2 July 2008
Pages: 32, 22 of which are story
No. of covers: 3
Omnibus: Mirror Images

David Messina cover


Introduction (blurb)

From solicitations: A story from one of the most popular corners of Star Trek canon, the Mirror Universe! In the "Mirror, Mirror" episode from The Original Series, an evil Kirk commanded the I.S.S. Enterprise for the Terran Empire. But how did he rise to power, in a universe where treachery is rewarded as much as accomplishment? Witness Mirror-Kirk's plot to unseat Captain Pike and seize command!


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This issue was available in three covers; Cover A was by Joe Corroney; Cover B was a warp-around cover by David Messina; The third cover was a limited availability retail incentive photo cover featuring a photo of Spock and Kirk from "Mirror, Mirror".

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Published Order
Previous comic:
First issue in the miniseries
TOS comics
Mirror Images
Next comic:
Mirror Images, Issue 2
Previous story:
Stories by:
Scott and David Tipton
Next story:
Mirror Images, Issue 2
Chronological Order
Previous adventure:
Uhura's Story
Memory Beta Chronology Next adventure:
Mirror Images, Issue 2


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