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Series: The Original Series
Miniseries: Mirror Images, No. 2
Writer(s): Scott & David Tipton
Artist(s): David Messina
Colorist(s): Ilaria Traversi
Letterer(s): Robbie Robbins
Editor(s): Scott Dunbier
Publication information
Publisher: IDW Publishing
Published: 30 July 2008
Pages: 32, 22 of which are story
No. of covers: 3
Omnibus: Mirror Images

Joe Corroney sketch cover


Introduction (blurb)

From solicitations: Murderous intrigue continues aboard the I.S.S. Enterprise, as First Officer James T. Kirk sets in motion the machinations that will result in the murder of Captain Christopher Pike, and the ultimate prize for Kirk: the captain's chair! But what does Spock have to say about it -- and whose side is he on? A dark, twisted reflection of Starfleet history continues!


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This issue was available in three covers; The A cover was by Joe Corroney; The B cover was a sketch version of the same Corroney art; The third cover was a limited availability retail incentive photo cover featuring Kirk from the episode "Mirror, Mirror".

Related stories


Published Order
Previous comic:
Mirror Images, Issue 1
Mirror Images Next comic:
Mirror Images, Issue 3
Previous story:
Mirror Images, Issue 1
Stories by:
Scott and David Tipton
Next story:
Mirror Images, Issue 3
Chronological Order
Previous adventure:
Mirror Images, Issue 1
Memory Beta Chronology Next adventure:
Mirror Images, Issue 4


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