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Shane Samson was a human Starfleet officer in the 23rd century. In the early 2250s, he was the assistant chief engineer of the Miranda-class USS Achilles.

When the Achilles was destroyed at the Battle of Theta Kalyb in 2254, Samson was one of fifty-three survivors beamed aboard the USS Enterprise. Due to the death of the Enterprise's assistant chief, Commodore Strickland approved Samson's reassignment without delay. (EV comic: "Futures, Part One")

Samson and Chief engineer Moves-With-Burning-Grace didn't see eye-to-eye and appeared to clash often. Their arguing was even noted by Admiral Robert April when he was aboard the Enterprise. However, Samson did get on very well with Yeoman Mia Colt much to Lieutenant Jose Tyler's disgust. The two almost came to blows in the mess hall but were interrupted by a red alert. (EV comic: "Thanatos")

Samson appeared to be from Australia as he spoke with an Australian accent.

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Star Trek: Early Voyages
Comics Flesh of My Flesh | The Fires of Pharos | Our Dearest Blood | Nor Iron Bars a Cage | Cloak & Dagger | Cloak and Dagger, Part 2 | The Flat, Gold Forever | Immortal Wounds | One of a Kind | The Fallen | Futures | Future Tense | Futures | Now and Then | Thanatos | Nemesis
Related works Episodes: "The Cage" | "The Menagerie"

Novels: Vulcan's Glory | Where Sea Meets Sky | Burning Dreams

Main characters Christopher Pike | Number One | Phillip Boyce | Spock | José Tyler | Nano | Moves-With-Burning-Grace | Sita Mohindas | Gabrielle Carlotti | Mia Colt | Nils Pitcairn
Reoccurring characters Robert April | Dermot Cusack | Kaaj, Son of Torg | Virka | Kir | Shane Samson | James T. Kirk | Montgomery Scott | Chang
Ships and places USS Enterprise
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Algol II | Darien 224 | Earth | Marrat Nebula | Starbase 45 | Temazi | Theta Kalyb
Species Human | Vulcan | Klingon | Lirin | Ngultor | Chakuun | Temazi
Writers and Artists Dan Abnett | Ian Edginton | Patrick Zircher | Greg Adams | Michael Collins | Steve Moncuse

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