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  • Revisit and relive your favourite Star Trek comic books
  • Includes all issues from 1967 - 2002, including every annual, all articles and advertisements--over 500 issues
  • All content in printable, user-friendly PDF format
  • Series include Star Trek, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Voyager, and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
  • Issues from all publishers together on one disk for the first time
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Star Trek - The Complete Collection (1967-2002). Star Trek comics were published under a licensing agreement with Paramount Pictures under a wide variety of top publishers - Western (Gold Label), Marvel, DC, Malibu and Wildstorm. Revisit and relive your favorite Star Trek comic books. Our collection includes all issues from 1967 to 2002, every annual, all articles and every single advertisement. That's over 500 issues, all in a friendly readable PDF format and all printable. This is the first time you are able to purchase all publisherson one disk for your viewing enjoyment.


Revisit and relive your favourite Star Trek comic books. GIT Corp's collection includes all issues from 1967 - 2002, every annual, all articles and advertisements. That's over 500 issues, all in a friendly readable & printable PDF format. This is the first time you are able to purchase all publishers together on one disk for your enjoyment. Star Trek comics were published under a licensing agreement with Paramount Pictures under a variety of top publishers--Western (Gold Label), Marvel, DC, Malibu, and Wildstorm. All are included.

Star Trek

Star Trek: The Next Generation

Star Trek: Voyager

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine

Classic Issues Include:

Star Trek: The Mirror Universe Saga [DC Comics. Series 1. #9-16. a.k.a. New Frontiers]
Bearded Spock and the evil Captain Kirk return to the spotlight in an eight-part sequel to "Mirror, Mirror." set directly after Star Trek III: The Search for Spock, in which the Empire sends the alternate James Kirk to lead a fullscale invasion of the Federation's universe. An examination of the Empire's history, a look at the Mirror Kingons and Romulans, and a mindmeld between both Spocks make this the best of DC's line-and the quintessential Star Trek comic of all time.

Star Trek: Debt of Honor [DC Comics. Series 2. original graphic novel]
A long-held secret of the Kingon Empire is revealed as Commander Kor, James Kirk and a Romulan named T'Cel [Kirk's old flame] join forces to stop a malevolent force from devastating the galaxy. This beautifully illustrated graphic novel, featuring the return of numerous characters from the original Star Trek TV series and films, addresses a question Trek fans were desperate to have answered-long before Star Trek: Enterprise provided an official answer, that is namely how old the Klingons develop those head ridges?

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine / The Next Generation [Malibu Comic PC Comics. 4 issue miniseries]
Jean-Luc Picard, Benjamin Sisko and the casts of The Next Generation and Deep Space Nine join forces to investigate the disappearance of several officers through the worm-hole, bringing the crews face to face with Bejoran religious fundamentalists and Cardassian saboteurs. Television studio budgets would never have permitted such a full mingling of casts-but in the comics realm, such crossover events are the stuff Star Trek fans' dream of. This miniseries is the only time two comics companies ever collaborated on a single Star Trek storyline.

Star Trek: Untold Voyages [Marvel's Paramount Comics, 5-issue miniseries]
Following the events of Star Trek: The Motion Picture. James Kirk is assigned to take the new Enterprise on a shakedown cruise-ultimately leading to a second five year mission-in what many have considered to be the best of Marvel's various Star Trek titles. An exploration of Saavik's childhood a visit from Joanna McCoy, the return of Mirl's friend Jahn, a fight with Orion pirates and a meeting with the Grey aliens mark a fascinating period in Trek comics history.

Star Trek: The Gorn Crisis [Wildstorm Comics. original graphic novel]
Captain Picard visits the Gorn homeworld, hoping to gain their assistance in fighting the Dominion. A splinter group bent on conquest, however, stages a coup and seizes control of the Gorn Empire, then attacks a Federation outpost. Tensions mount when the Klingons come to the Federation's defense, and Picard must work hard to find a peaceful solution to the crisis.

Star Trek: Who Killed Captain Kirk? [DC Comics. Series 1. #-4B-55]
A brawl-filled bachelor party, the looming threat of intergalactic war, visits from Finnegan and Garth of Izar, an out-of-body experience for a murdered James Kirk, and a descent into Dante's Inferno come together in a single epic storyline. As DC's first series approaches its conclusion, author Peter David offers one of the most character-oriented tales in Star Trek comics history infusing humor, drama and irony and perfectly illustrating why David is one of Star Trek's most celebrated authors.

The DVD-ROM Includes The Following Titles:


Star Trek

  • Monthly issues #1-61
  • Enterprise Logs. Volumes #1 to #4
  • Star Trek Oynabrite #11357 and #11358
  • Dan Curtis Give-Away #2 and 6


Star Trek comic / record sets

  • Passage to Moauv
  • The Crier in Emptiness
  • Dinosaur Planet
  • The Robot Masters
  • A Mirror For Futility
  • The Time Stealer


Star Trek (First Series)

  • Monthly issues #1-56 (issue #6 has 2 covers)
  • Annuals #1-3
  • Who's Who in Star Trek #1-2
  • Star Trek III: The Search for Spock film adaptation
  • Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home film adaptation
  • Star Trek (Second Series)
  • Monthly #1-80
  • Annuals #1-6
  • Star Trek V: The Final Frontier film adaptation
  • Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country film adaptation (2 covers)
  • The Ashes of Eden novel adaptation
  • Star Trek Specials #1-3
  • Star Trek - The Modala Imperative miniseries #1-4
  • Debt of Honor hardcover graphic novel (2 covers)

Star Trek: The Next Generation

  • Limited Miniseries #1-6
  • Monthly issues #1-80
  • Annuals #1-6
  • The Series Finale: All Good Things episode adaptation
  • Star Trek: Generators film adaptation (2 covers)
  • ST: TNG Specials #1-3
  • ST: TNG - The Modala Imperative miniseries #1-4
  • ST: TNG - III Wind miniseries #1-4
  • ST: TNG - Shadowheart miniseries #1-4


Crossover Event

  • Star Trek: The Next Generation / Deep Space Nine Ashcan Edition
  • Star Trek: The Next Generation / Deep Space Nine crossover
  • Miniseries #1-4


Star Trek: Deep Space Nine

  • Edition Preview Ashcans #1A and #1B
  • Monthly Series #1-32 (4 covers for issue #1)
  • Terok Nor Special #0
  • Worf Special #0
  • Deep Space Nine Special #1
  • The Looking Glass War Annual #1
  • Ultimate Annual #1
  • Hearts and Minds miniseries #1-4 (issue #1-2 covers)
  • Lightstorm Special #1
  • The Maquls, Soldier of Peace miniseries #1-3

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (continued)

  • Celebrity Series: Blood & Honor
  • Celebrity Series: The Rules of Acquisition Oplomacy


Star Trek (1980 series)

  • Monthly issues #1-1B
  • Marvel Super Special #157Star Trek: The Motion Picture film adaptation
  • The Full-Color Comics Version of ST:TMP [paperback reprint book]
  • Star Trek: The Further Adventures of the Starship Enterprise [paperback reprint book]

Star Trek: Collector's Preview #1-2

Star Trek: Early Voyages

  • Monthly issues #1-17

Star Trek Unlimited

  • Monthly issues #1-10

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine

  • Monthly issues #1-15

Star Trek: Voyager

  • Monthly issues #1-15
  • Splashdown miniseries #1-4

Star Trek: Starfleet Academy

  • Monthly issue #1-19 [issue #1B printed in English and Klingon Language Editions]

Star Trek: Telepathy War

  • Miniseries #1-5
  • Reality's End Special

Star Trek: Untold Voyages

  • Limited Miniseries #1-5

Star Trek: First Contact film adaptation (2 covers)

Star Trek: Mirror Mirror one-shot

Star Trek: Operation Assimilation one-shot

Riker Special? The Enemy of My Enemy one-shot


Star Trek

  • All of Me one-shot
  • Enter the Wolves one-shot

Star Trek: The Next Generation

  • Perchance to Dream miniseries #1-4
  • Embrace the Wolf one-shot
  • The killing Shadows miniseries #1-4
  • The Gorn Crisis hardcover graphic novel
  • Forgiveness hardcover graphic novel

Star Trek: The Next Generation / Deep Space Nine

  • Divided We Fall miniseries #1-4

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine

  • N-Vector miniseries #1-4

Star Trek: Voyager

  • False Colors one-shot (2 covers)
  • Elite Force one-shot
  • Elite Force Special Collector's Edition
  • Avalon Rising one-shot
  • Planet Killer miniseries #1-3

Star Trek: New Frontier

  • Double Time one-shot

Star Trek: Special #1

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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 16, 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 73 customer reviews
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By Leif Sheppard VINE VOICE on October 4, 2008
As the packaging suggests, this collection includes every issue of Star Trek comic books ever published on a single DVD-ROM. From the classic DC Comic releases to the more obscure fare such as the nearly forgotten Star Trek comic/record sets from the seventies (included here under "Bonus Material"). It's all here - even the annuals, movie adaptations, and mini-series events.

In the unlikely event a user is unfamiliar with the Star Trek universe, there's even a helpful "Bios" section which briefly explains the role of each major crewmember. In addition, there is a four-page summation of Star Trek history as well. Neither are particularly detailed, but they're a welcome bonus for a collection already brimming at the seams with material.

The comics are read through Abobe Acrobat (which is included) and the interface is quite efficient and user-friendly. To begin with, you simply click which of the five publishers you want and you're brought to an organized listing of the works they published. Once you select the group of issues you want, you'll be taken to a table displaying all the covers and issues numbers (see user images for my example of this). Simply select one and begin reading!

Of special note is how complete these comics are - all the original advertisements are intact as well as the "Letters to the Editor" sections. The ads are always interesting, especially the older ones. I believe every comic book since the beginning of mankind has an ad that promises you an instant muscled physique for only a few dollars. The Letters sections typically have insightful comments from the readers as well as often amusing rants and technical nitpicking as only Trekkies can do!

Naturally, reading from a computer screen is less than ideal.
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I'm not a comic book fan for the most part. I didn't grow up with them and so, never got into the mania. That said, I'm a huge Star Trek fan, so when the Complete Comic Book Collection came out, I picked it up eagerly.

Star Trek: The Complete Comic Book Collection, published by GIT Corp., is a compilation of Star Trek comic books condensed onto a PC/MAC compatible DVD. It contains almost all the comic books published under the Star Trek license between 1967 and 2002 from five different comic book houses (Gold Key, Marvel, DC, Wildstorm & Malibu). This includes the full runs of the Gold Key comics, the TOS post movie comics, TNG, DS9 and Voyager runs as well as the various miniseries over the years.

It does not include the latest comic series that have been published in the past couple years. Still, that ends up being around 500 comic books or more, including the entire run of a good number of monthly series. That's quite the bounty indeed.

The comics are presented in high quality scans of the actual comic books themselves in Adobe Acrobat PDF format (Adobe Acrobat is included on the disc). The entire collection is organized fairly clearly by publisher and series, with PDF files serving as menus to open the various comics. The entire comic books are included, including covers, ads and letters to the editor pages. The images are fairly high resolution and printable as well.

GIT Corp has done a fine job with this collection. For the most part, all of the scans are high quality images. They didn't use the original proofs, instead scanning actual comic books to make the collection. For that reason, occasionally you'll come across a page that has been ripped, or find that the pages have yellowed. I suppose it adds a bit to the experience.
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First with the good. The product, as advertised, has every "official" Star Trek comic book in PDF format. One can view each comic book and see it as it was originally published, including the advertisements contained. Every PDF page shows 2 pages from the comic book side to side.

Now the bad. The resolution of the comic books is far from optimal. The reason for this is probably that the publisher needed to get the full collection on to one DVD instead of 2. If only the publisher would have put them on 2 DVDs instead of 1. For only a slightly higher cost it would have permitted a much higher resolution standard to be achieved.
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I originally tried reading these on a normal laptop/computer screen. I didn't find it very enjoyable and didn't read them. Then, I purchased an iPad 2 and the following apps: Goodreader (PDF viewer and more) and Dropbox (cloud based file system software). With the iPad and Goodreader, it's very enjoyable to read these. I simply drag and drop the folders (containing the comics) from the disk into my Dropbox folder on my computer. I then import the folders directly into Goodreader which synchs perfectly with Dropbox on my iPad 2. Another cool thing about Goodreader is that it gets rid of the watermarked "copy protection" that is smack in the middle of each page. Great value and enjoyment if you're an old school Star Trek fan and own an iPad.
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By Tony! on February 17, 2011
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The Good:
It's currently only $7. This price point (or less) makes this an okay buy.
Dvd includes LOTS of star trek comics.

The Bad:
Each scan from the comic is of the left and the right pages as a single scan instead of each page able to be viewed at once in full screen.
This leads to a maddening amount of panning and scanning to read each comic.
This also makes it even more difficult to read on a mobile device.

Each comic was simply opened and laid flat for scanning. Did they have to return the comics to someone? did they sell them to some used comics store when they were done? The staples should have been removed so they could lay the sheets flat on the scanner. I'm shaking my head in disbelief how this looks as if it was done by a guy in his basement when obviously someone had to pay some decent money for the rights to create this offering.

The packaging seems to try to deceive people into thinking this is a two-disc set. Granted, the text on the front (as well as Amazon's description) states 1 dvd, and there was no confusion about this when ordering, so it's weird, I don't see any reason they used a box made to hold 2 dvds for an offering that's only one disc.

In the end, it's a cheap novelty item which I am glad I have, but if it cost more than it did, I wouldn't be thrilled. They were taking the time to scan and create this product anyway, why not put in just a bit more effort and time and end up with a much cleaner, useful, and professional looking end product.

I get the feeling it was created by someone looking to make a quick buck instead of by fans of the series

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