- Cover blurb:
- Kirk must die for the Evictors to survive!
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- Bir • Dvor • Inoduku • Jinz • James T. Kirk • Leonard McCoy • Rava • Montgomery Scott • Spock • Nyota Uhura • Zotar
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- Jinz (admiral)
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- amino acid • anti-radiation formula • carrier beam • cell • channel • chemilyzer • dome • element • laser • missile • moss • protein • radiation poisoning • radioactivity • specialist rating • planetary development rating 9 • host planet rating 10 • scan • sector • standard orbit
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- canyon • coffin • custard pie • drive-in movie • drumstick • golf • hornet • mule • palace • piano • Saturn • sausage • special order 13-G-9085 • video camera
- 500,000 years ago – Sanoora evacuated the planet Nraka in a fleet of Sanoora world ships to avoid deadly radiation from a rogue star, leaving some people behind
- 10,000 years ago – first recorded history of Nrakan civilization
- 2266 – The Enterprise previously encountered the Sanoora at Nraka
#49: A Warp in Space
| Star Trek: The Original Series|
#51: Destination Annihilation
- A four-page flashback recounts the events of TOS comic: "The Evictors".
- Inoduku, Dvor, Rava, and Zotar are recurring characters who previously appeared in The Evictors.
- The cover depicted minority leader Bir's political opinion that Kirk should die, but the scene as shown did not actually happen in the story.
- TOS comic: "The Evictors" – Prequel to this story, with Sanoora attempting to reclaim Nraka and expel its current inhabitants.