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#25: Dwarf Planet
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#27: Ice Journey
- Similar to the clone society in this story which was sourced on the genetic material of six people, a clone society sourced on five people was encountered by the USS Enterprise in the 24th century. After 200 years of cloning, that society was endangered by replicative fading, a problem Overlord Yamoto may have overcome. As with Spock, William T. Riker and Katherine Pulaski disapproved of having their genetic material stolen in order to enhance the genetic base. (TNG episode: "Up the Long Ladder")
- Yamoto achieved via cloning and genetic engineering the type of pre-programmed society Roger Korby had dreamed of achieving via the use of androids. (TOS episode & Star Trek 11 novelization: What Are Little Girls Made Of?)
- Though it initially was assessed to be a rogue planet, the Rifas-L starship could be the largest spacecraft encountered by James T. Kirk. While its mass and size were not cited specifically, the gravity on the surface was not abnormal for the landing party, suggesting a diameter for the ship which was somewhat similar to that of Venus or Earth.
- Pavel Chekov was given an order in one panel, but had no dialogue. Montgomery Scott was in command of the ship throughout this story, but had one line of dialogue and was seen in two panels.
- Security officer Manning was a recurring character who had previously appeared with a more youthful appearance in TOS comic: "The Mummies of Heitius VII" and would return in TOS comic: "The Final Truth".
- Spock considered his Vulcan healing abilities as seen in TOS episode: "A Private Little War" while reviving from a neural paralyzer.