Siege in Superspace was a comic book story published by Gold Key Comics in 1974. In this story, the USS Enterprise is shot through a black hole in the year 2267 into an unexplored region outside of the universe.
- Cover blurb:
- Trapped in superspace, the Enterprise crew is relentlessly hunted by a terrifying war machine!
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- Captain's log, stardate 36:24.3
- Our destination is Draconis, a semi-civilized planet on the fringes of distant space. The Draconians seek admission to the Federation, and we are to report on their present social and cultural conditions.
- Captain's log, stardate 36:24.8
- The Enterprise has passed through a "black hole" resulting from the gravitational collapse of a neutron star and lies stranded in superspace. Dr. McCoy, Lt. Uhura and myself have been escorted to Caeminion, now besieged by an army of vegetable-metalloid monsters.
- Captain's log, stardate 36:25.2
- Safely in our own era, we continue our trek to Draconis. In spite of everything, I don't think I will ever be able to forget being trapped in that void called superspace!
- Anthar • James T. Kirk • Kyr • Leonard McCoy • Rhuna • Montgomery Scott • Spock • Hikaru Sulu • Nyota Uhura
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- black hole • gravitation • mind module • neutron star • nova • nuclear reactor • phaser • star • universe • void • war machine
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- arsenal • asteroid • atmosphere • citadel • computer • life-support system • pressure gauge • sword • transporter
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- Kirk said that he has never heard of a black hole. The phenomena was explained to readers in dialogue. During contact with a cosmic storm in TOS comic: "Museum at the End of Time", the spacial phenomena would be explained in captions.
- A similar universal transposition occurred in TAS episode: "The Counter-Clock Incident" when the USS Enterprise traveled at extremely high warp through a nova and ended up in a negative universe, then returned home by traveling at high warp through a star which they had brought to life prematurely. However, subsequent events in TAS novelization: The Counter-Clock Incident revealed the experience to have been a trick.
- Transit into pocket universes by the USS Enterprise occurred in TAS episode: "The Time Trap", and in TOS comic: "Museum at the End of Time" via a vortex within a cosmic storm.
- Transit also occurred through a black hole by two 24th century vessels in TOS movie: Star Trek. The USS Enterprise (NCC-1701) (parallel alternate reality) appeared to be vulnerable near the event horizon and not capable of surviving the transition.
- TOS episode: "Tomorrow is Yesterday" – The gravitational pull of a black star shot the USS Enterprise backward in time by three centuries.
- TAS episode & novelization: The Counter-Clock Incident – A voyage into a negative universe.
- TAS episode: "The Time Trap" – A voyage into a pocket universe.
- TOS comic: "Museum at the End of Time" – A similar voyage into a pocket universe.
- TOS movie: Star Trek – Two ships travel through a black hole into a parallel alternate reality.
- TNG episode: "The Arsenal of Freedom" – A runaway planetary weapons system destroyed its civilization.