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Almost continuously since , multiple companies have published Star Trek comic books with varying degrees of success. Gold Key Comics published the first Star Trek comics between and These were stylized and diverged from the TV series continuity. In most issues, the crew members, except for Spock, wear lime green uniforms. Most plots in the Gold Key series featured original characters and concepts, but later issues included sequels to the original series episodes " The City on the Edge of Forever ", " Metamorphosis ", and " I, Mudd ". Originally they were illustrated by Alberto Giolitti , an Italian artist who had never seen the series and only had publicity photos to use as references. Since Giolitti didn't have a publicity photo of James Doohan , early issues of the series had Mr.
Star Trek Graphic Novels
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The Star Trek Graphic Novel Collection is a graphic novel compilation partwork that is currently available in a number of countries worldwide. Released fortnightly until issue 65 and weekly thereafter, the series gathers many key moments from Star Trek ' s comic book history into hardcover volumes. Publication is overseen by Eaglemoss Collections ' Ben Robinson. Movie adaptations will also be covered in the series. Comics gurus Rich Handley and Bob Greenberger author the introductory articles that preface each volume. Commencing with issue 72, Handley assumed editorship of the publication.