|A Matter of Dates|
Cover by David Messina
|Series:||The Next Generation|
|Miniseries:||Intelligence Gathering, No. 2|
|Writer(s):||Scott & David Tipton|
|Editor(s):||Andrew Steven Harris|
|Published:||13 February 2008|
|Pages:|| 32, 22 of which are story|
|No. of covers:||3|
Cover by Joe Corroney
- The all-new adventure of the Enterprise-D crew continues, with a spotlight on Commander Worf! Worf finds himself in the unfamiliar role of diplomat when he's forced to settle a dispute between Rigelian colonists on a border world, with the fate of the colony hanging in the balance. Can Worf struggle against his own aggressive instincts, or will he do his negotiating with the point of a blade?
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- Areen • Aton • Beverly Crusher • Data • Geordi La Forge • Pahtel • Jean-Luc Picard • William T. Riker • Rodriguez • Ro Laren • Singh • Deanna Troi • Worf
- Referenced only
- Napoleon • Talleyrand
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- administrator • away team • bishop • contract • dam • diplomacy • excommunication • French • French Revolution • guillotine • repossession
- This issue was available in three covers. Two standard covers were available, one each by David Messina and Joe Corroney. The third cover was a more limited retail incentive, featuring Joe Corroney's artwork without the cover titles.
- Of the ten pages of editorial content, one page was used to advertise the next issue of the Intelligence Gathering series, and another pages used to advertise the Romulan issue of the Alien Spotlight series. The back cover featured an advert for IDW's New Frontier series.
- Valued Intelligence (TNG comic) - This issue is set after the events of the previous issue of the series, with the captains log mentioning in the completed mission to Daystrom One.
- Worf the diplomat - This issue sees Worf taking on a diplomatic role, foreshadowing his later career as Federation Ambassador to the Klingon Empire, as established in DS9 episode: "What You Leave Behind" and featuring in several other stories. See the appropriate section of Worf's page for more information on his ambassadorial career.
- Rigelians and Kaylar - This issue featured two of Rigellian species; the Rigelians who were first visually established in episodes of Enterprise, and the Kaylar who first appeared in TOS episode: "The Cage" and also were also featured in EV comic: "Our Dearest Blood".
Scott & David Tipton
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