A World Gone Mad was a comic book story published by Gold Key Comics in 1973. In this story, the USS Enterprise escorted a young prince to his home world in the year 2267 amid cases of random insanity which threatened to destabilize the planet’s government.
- Cover blurb:
- In a world gone mad, Scotty and Dr. McCoy fight for their lives — against each other!
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- Djan • Killay • James T. Kirk • Lulo • Leonard McCoy • Nazino • Raviki • Montgomery Scott • Spock • Subomar • Hikaru Sulu • Vlas
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- Winston Churchill • Djurno • Hlad • Thomas Paine • W.C. Fields • Spuzz
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Science and technologyEdit
- beaker • bomb • brain • brakophone • gas • communications • glare filter • lava • medi-analyser • psychologist • spaceport • spacesuit • television studio • vacu-lator
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- admiral • baron • captain • chief medical officer • crown prince • duke • general • imperial highness • royal physician • space commander • sub-captain
- 20th century • Bando • banji fruit • comedian • democracy • fruitcake • gas company • "The Girl from Planet 192-B" • Gobi Desert • knife • lion tamer • martial law • medal • palace • parliament • police • space ball • terminal • track • vacuum cleaner
- 2264 – Prince Raviki’s parents died in an accident, and he was sent off-word to Furanthy School.
- 2265 (2 years, 4 months 3 days prior to stardate 3247.2) – When Sanduy’s Comet passed close to Nukolee, it triggered meteorite showers which expelled gases into the atmosphere, triggering random occurrences of madness among the population.
#19: The Haunted Asteroid
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#21: The Mummies of Heitus VII
- Nukolee’s population wore attire similar to that seen on 19th century Earth, particularly the military uniforms, whereas the society had developed spaceflight at least to an interplanetary level.
- Furanthy School seemed to be located on a planet in the same system as Nukolee, or a nearby system.
- The TV studio technology on Nukolee resembled that of 1970s Earth.
- Sulu appeared in one panel, reporting on the ship’s course to Scott and McCoy.
- TOS comic: "Getting Real" – When a comet passed close to Earth in the year 1983, it released microbes into space, which were inadvertently taken aboard the space shuttle Icarus, brought to Earth, and then caused a plague outbreak in Florida.
- ENT episode: "Breaking the Ice" – In 2151, the Earth starship Enterprise discovered the largest comet yet encountered by humans.
- TOS episode: "Balance of Terror" – The USS Enterprise pursued a Romulan bird of prey through a comet’s tail.