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Series: The Original Series
Miniseries: Assignment: Earth, No. 2
Writer(s): John Byrne,
based in part on a script
by D.C. Fontana
Artist(s): John Byrne
Colorist(s): Tom Smith
Letterer(s): Chris Mowry
Editor(s): Chris Ryall
Publication information
Publisher: IDW Publishing
Published: June 2008
Pages: 32, 21 of which are story
No. of covers: 2
Omnibus: Assignment: Earth
Date: 1969

Retail incentive virgin cover


Introduction (blurb)

From solicitations: Telling the story of the Assignment: Earth Trek spin-off from Gene Roddenberry that never came to pass, a time-traveling U.S.S. Enterprise intersects with Gary Seven's efforts to save the future from a 1969 crisis that only he and his assistant Roberta can avert!


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John ChristopherDonnerIsisJames T. KirkRoberta LincolnGary SevenSpockHikaru Sulu

Starships and vehicles

USS Enterprise (Constitution-class) • Bluejay 4 (F-104 Starfighter)
Referenced only 
aircraft carrier • UFO


EarthNew York CitySingleton Air Force Base
Referenced only 
Alpha Centauri

Races and cultures


States and organizations

Military police • Sector NineUnited States Air Force


atomic bomb platformBeta Fivecatchronometerchronotropic fragmentcolonel • corporal • English language • Italian food • Lieutenantlight speed breakaway factorlight warping field • miniskirt • nuclear missileservoshield • smoking • teleporter • time stream • time traveltractor beamtransportertransporter room • wing camera


  • This story is twenty-one, rather than the usual twenty-two, pages long.
  • This issue was available in two covers: The same John Byrne artwork either with or without cover titles. The non-title version was a limited availability retail incentive.
  • The eleven pages of editorial content in the issue include an advert for the next issue in the miniseries and another page advertising the Mirror Images miniseries.

Related stories

  • Tomorrow is Yesterday (TOS episode) - This story take place concurrently with the episode, showing Gary Seven's activities during the Enterprise's time travel incident to make sure the time line is not adversely affected.
  • Assignment: Earth (TOS episode) - Gary and Roberta reference their previous encounter with the Enterprise from this episode.


The story takes place concurrently with the TOS episode: "Tomorrow is Yesterday", beginning moments before the episode.

published order
Previous comic:
Brighter Than a Thousand Suns
TOS comics
Assignment: Earth
Next comic:
My Name is Legion
chronological order
Previous Adventure:
Brighter Than a Thousand Suns
Memory Beta Chronology Next Adventure:
Tomorrow is Yesterday


External links

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Up to date as of February 02, 2010

From Muppet Wiki

Written by  Sam Pottle
David Axlerod
Music by 
Lyrics by 
Publisher  Sesame Street Inc.
Earliest Known Appearance:
Episode 0971

"Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow" is a Sesame Street song performed by Judy Collins with the Kids. The song talks about how you shouldn't keep thinking about yesterday or tomorrow, since yesterday already happened, and tomorrow hasn't come yet. So you should keep thinking about today, since that's where we are now.



This article uses material from the "Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow" article on the Muppet wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

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