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The deadly V'Ger is about to destroy Earth...and only the Enterprise stands in its way! – "Evolutions" was the third issue of Marvel Comics' 1980 series of Star Trek comics. The issue consisted of a single new title page, and a reprint of the 35th through 51st pages of the TOS comic adaptation: "Star Trek: The Motion Picture", as adapted and edited by Marv Wolfman from the screenplay by Harold Livingston, based on a story by Gene Roddenberry & Alan Dean Foster. The art was pencilled by Dave Cockrum and inked by Klaus Janson, with Jim Shooter credited as consulting editor.
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- James T. Kirk • Spock • Leonard McCoy • Montgomery Scott • Hikaru Sulu • Pavel Chekov • Nyota Uhura • Willard Decker • unnamed USS Enterprise (NCC-1701) personnel
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- captain • commander • commanding officer • executive officer • helmsman • lieutenant • lieutenant commander • navigator • science officer • chief engineer • ensign • communications officer • security chief • tactical officer • chief medical officer • engineer
- space • planet • energy • gas • matter • uniform • insignia • rank • title • emotion • logic • mind meld • telepathy • rank insignia • Starfleet uniform • Starfleet uniform (early 2270s) • captain's log • log entry • humanoid • star • system • stardate
- The comic presents a fairly straightforward adaptation of the film, with many panels based on stills taken during the production of the film. The story and narrative are cut in places to account for the smaller pagespace of a comic book. As the scenes are based on actual film images, many of the characters are close matches to the film's appearance.
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