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Series: The Next Generation
Miniseries: Mirror Images, No. 3
Writer(s): Scott & David Tipton
Artist(s): David Messina
Art assist: Sara Pichelli
Colorist(s): Ilaria Traversi
Letterer(s): Chris Mowry
Editor(s): Scott Dunbier
Publication information
Publisher: IDW Publishing
Published: 10 September 2008
Pages: 32, 22 of which are story
No. of covers: 1
Omnibus: Mirror Images
Date: c. 2333

Cover without titles


Introduction (blurb)

From solicitations: In the third chapter of this all-new Mirror Universe saga, we jump ahead to a never-before-seen period for the Mirror Universe: the waning days of the war between the Empire and the Klingon-Cardassian Alliance. As the Empire's sphere of influence shrinks with every losing battle, we ship out with the ISS Starbreaker, where a young navigator, Lieutenant Jean-Luc Picard, is forced into command of his crippled vessel, and must figure out a way to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat, or sparing that, at least keep himself and his remaining crewmates alive to fight another day.


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Jack Crusher • Gabet • Morales • Morgan • Jean-Luc Picard • Sorek
Referenced only 

Starships and vehicles

Almara (Galor-class) • ISS Starbreaker (Constellation-class)
Referenced only 
ISS Gettysburg

Races and cultures


States and organizations

Klingon-Cardassian AllianceTerran Empire


phaser bankphoton torpedoself destructshield


Interior page as cover as released in solicitations for issue 5
  • This issue was released in a single cover, by Joe Corroney. Oddly solicitations for the fifth issue of the miniseries were released with cover-art which was in fact an interior page from this issue.
  • Had the miniseries continued on schedule this issue would have been released a month earlier, in August. However the creators were aware they would not be able to meet the deadline, so rather than have the issue be late, it's release date was pushed back a month.

Related stories


Published Order
Previous comic:
Mirror Images, Issue 2
Mirror Images comics Next comic:
Mirror Images, Issue 4
Previous story:
Mirror Images, Issue 2
Stories by:
Scott & David Tipton
Next story:
Mirror Images, Issue 4
Chronological Order
Previous adventure:
The Valiant
Book Two
Memory Beta Chronology Next adventure:


External links

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