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From 2258 into the 2260s of the alternate reality, log entries were made on the Captain's log for the USS Enterprise (alternate reality).



Entries Edit

  • TOS comic: "IDW Star Trek, Issue 1"
    • Captain's log, supplemental. 
      "Our encounter with the force field at the galaxy's edge has crippled the ship. Nine crewmembers lost. All from sudden seizures of unknown origin. Lieutenant Mitchell was almost the tenth. Dr. McCoy has him under observation. We've lost warp capability, reduced to impulse power only. Bridge functionality has been restored. Barely."
  • TOS comic: "IDW Star Trek, Issue 2"
    • Captain's log, stardate 1313.1. 
      "I've been a starship captain for less than a year. In that time I've crossed the galaxy, seen things I could never imagine and will never forget. But exploring the unknown means encountering threats you never dreamed of. Never more so than now."
      Captain's log, supplemental. 
      "I didn't want to admit it, but I knew it would come to this. Spock was right. Whatever's taken over Gary… whatever killed Kelso… it's not Gary anymore. I just hope it's still mortal enough for me to—"
      Captain's log, stardate 1313.4. 
      "I buried my friends today. Not just my friends. Members of my crew. And I know that this pain… this terrible, searing pain… I know that it's my job to bear it. Because the lives of the rest of my crew depend on it."
  • TOS comic: "The Galileo Seven, Part 1"
    • Captain's log, stardate 2821.5 
      "En route to Makus III with a cargo of medical supplies, our course leads us past Murasaki 312, an unexplored quasar-like formation, and a priceless opportunity for scientific investigation. On board is Federation High Commissioner Ferris, overseeing the delivery of the supplies to Makus III."
      Captain's log, stardate 2328.3 
      "We continue to search for any sign of the Galileo. But every minute that goes by brings a greater sense of futility and great loss."
  • TOS comic: "Operation: Annihilate!, Part 2"
    • Captain's log, supplemental 
      "The Enterprise is in orbit over the planet Deneva, where a Federation colony is the latest victim of a dangerous threat sweeping this sector. An unknown alien life-form has taken root in the colony, and we believe it may be responsible for the mass insanity that has afflicted the population. Mr. Spock is now infected as well. Dr. McCoy is attending to him, but the prognosis is unclear. Our away team was fortunate to escape the surface of the planet thanks in no small part to an unexpected meeting with the last person I expected to see: my older brother George Kirk."
      Captain's log, supplemental 
      "The plan worked. City by city, Deneva is being freed from contamination. The Enterprise will soon be en route to the nearest starbase to deliver samples of the invading lifeforms for further study. I've done my best to expect the unexpected here on the galaxy's edge. The unbelievable and the unimaginable. But I never thought I'd travel all this way to find my family again."
  • TOS comic: "The Return of the Archons, Part 1"
    • Captain's Log, Stardate 2258.241 
      "An old mystery draws us to the remote planet Beta III. Rumor has it that an early Starfleet ship called the Archon vanished on an exploratory mission to the planet a century ago. Strangely, there's no mention of the Archon in Federation archives. It's as if the starship never existed. Beta III is listed as a barren rock. The only reason I know about it at all is thanks to an old academy professor who told me wild stories over a few bottles of Orion Whiskey at a dive off the Embarcadero. All I remember is the name of the ship, and the place. "Beta III", he kept saying. "Stay away from Beta III. Archon should have." Since our course has brought us right past Beta III, I'm taking the bait. We've discovered a small settlement on the surface. Stranger still, the population appears human. I've sent down a two-man recon team consisting of Lieutenants Sulu and O'Neill to investigate, disguised in our best approximation of local clothing based on our orbital scans."


In 2259, log entries were made on the Captain's log for the USS Enterprise (alternate reality).


Entries Edit

  • The Truth About Tribbles, Part 1 (TOS comic)
    • Captain's Log, Stardate 2259.155 
      "An exploratory mission to the Iota Germinorum system has resulted in an encounter with a Klingon Bird-of-Prey far from the border of their empire."
  • The Truth About Tribbles, Part 2 (TOS comic)
    • Captain's Log, Supplemental. 
      "Thanks to Commander Spock's deductive skills we managed to contain the proliferation of creatures on the ship. The frozen specimens were beamed back to the surface of Iota Germinorum IV with no apparent ill effects. Engineering has been restored to full function. We await word from Starfleet on the status of the infestation on Earth."


In 2261, log entries were made on the Captain's log for the USS Enterprise (alternate reality). Another was kept in another Alternate reality.



  • TOS - The Q Gambit comic: "Part 1"
    • Captain's log, Stardate 2261.34. 
      The Enterprise has arrived at the previously unexplored star system designated Menzies 216, at the edge of the Alpha Quadrant.
      It's been several months since we left Earth on our five-year mission.
      To borrow a phrase from Chief engineer Scott, the ship and her crew are all firing on all cylinders.
      All ship systems are operating at peak efficiency. Morale on the ship is good.
      The better I come to know the crew, the more confident I am they're the best in the fleet.
  • TOS - The Khitomer Conflict comic: "Part 1"
    • Captain's Log, Stardate 2261.147. 
      "The Enterprise is docked as Deep Space Starbase K-11 as we make final preparations for our journey into uncharted space. When we leave, we'll be be on our own. This is one last chance for the crew to make any calls back to Earth-or whichever planet they call home before we're out of reach of any subspace relays. And one last chance for the Enterprise to pick up new crew."
  • TOS - The Khitomer Conflict comic: "Part 4"
    • Captain's Log, Stardate 2261.168 
      "We have debriefed Starfleet on the events in the wake of the Khitomer attack. In light of extraordinary circumstances, Commander Spock has been absolved of any charges of insubordination after he returned to Kronos in violation of orders. Now we wait and we wonder. We wait for the ripples of the latest conflict to play out across the galaxy. And we wonder if peace between all civilizations is ever possible. In such a time of uncertainty-of fear- it is more important than ever that the Enterprise returns to her original mission. To seek out. To Explore. To find new possibilities. We go with a spirit that is the opposite of fear. We go with hope. And when we go... ...We will go boldly."
  • TOS - Parallel Lives comic: "Part 1"
    • Captain's log, stardate 2261.274 
      The Enterprise is completing its general survey of the previously unexplored world of Kassen V. It's a class M pre-industrial planet with two dominant species. One significantly more dominant than the other.
  • TOS - Parallel Lives comic: "Part 2"
    • Jane Kirk's Enterprise:
      • Captain's Log, Stardate 2261.234 
        The Enterprise is undamaged after its journey through the anomaly dubbed a "quantum storm" by Commander Spock. Sensors indicate that we have been transported to an unknown region of space, but the first ship we have encountered is disconcertingly familiar.
        Captain's Log, Stardate 2261.235 
        We have contacted Starfleet Command and confirmed that we have returned to our own reality after our encounter with the quantum storm. The quantum storm dissipated soon after with only residual traces of its unique energy signature detectable on our scans. We have left behind any warning beacons to steer any ships clear of the region in which the storm was detected, but given the unpredictable nature of the anomaly, we can only for the best.
    • James Kirk's Enterprise:
      • Captain's Log, Stardate 2261.234 
        We've emerged from the anomaly Commander Spock calls a "temporal knot" to find ourselves off the edge of every stellar map we know of. That would be enough to cause concern, if not for the fact that we are now face to face with ourselves?
  • TOS - Lost Apollo comic: "Part 2"
    • Captain's log, supplemental. 
      Commander Spock was right.
      There was only one thing to do.
      Dr. McCoy and I beamed Captain Cory's body back to the surface in the hope that the planet's unique enviroment could save him.
      I wish we could have given a more dignified send-off.
      His vials began to improve almost immediately. It was the only way to save his life...
      But what kind of life were we giving back to him?




  • TOS - The Tholian Webs comic: "Part 1"
    • Captain's Log, Stardate 2262.54 
      We're on our way home.
      Not all the way. Our mission isn't over yet.
      But close enough to re-establish contact with Starfleet, and make repairs after the events of the past few weeks.


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Captain's log, Stardate 2263.27. 
It's been smooth sailing since our departure from Banks-216.
All ship systems are running at optimal levels.
Crew morale is high.
But it would't be deep space exploration if the seas didn't occasionally get rough.
Captain's log, Stardate 2263.2. 
Today is our 966th day in deep space, a little under three years into our five-year mission. The more time we spend out here, the harder it is to tell where one day ends and the next one begins. It can be a challenge to feel grounded when even gravity is artificial. But, well, we do what we can to make it feel like home. The crew, as always, continues to act admirably despite the rigors of our extended stay here in outer space. And the personal sacrifices they have made. We continue to search for new life forms in order to establish firm diplomatic ties. Our extended time in uncharted territory has stretched the ship's mechanical capacities. But fortunately our engineering department, led by Mr. Scott, is more than up to the job. The ship aside, prolonged cohabitation has definitely had effects on the interpersonal dynamics. Some experiences for the better, and some for the worse. As for me, things have started to feel a little episodic. The farther out we go, the more I find myself wondering what it is we're trying to accomplish. If the universe is truly endless, then are we not striving for something forever out of reach? The Enterprise is scheduled for a reprovisioning stop at Yorktown, the Federation's newest and most advanced starbase. Perhaps a break from routine will offer up some respite from the mysteries of the unknown.



Logs of the USS Enterprise (NCC-1701) (alternate reality)
Captain's logs 2258225922602261 Starfleet Command logo
Personal logs Captain's personal logJames T. KirkSpock
Other logs First officer's logActing captain's logChief medical officer's logShip's logChief Engineer's log

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