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Captain Sulu 1

Captain Hikaru Sulu assumes command of the U.S.S. Cooper, an Oberth-class science ship.  For the next five years, he commands missions that Starfleet doesn't feel worthy of the attention of one of it's top-of-the-line starships. Fortunately, he's got a good crew. But patience pays off, and in 2290, he receives the command of the starship of his dreams: Excelsior. Unfortunately, his crew leaves a lot to be desired.

"Return to Xantharus"
written by Randall Landers

"Return to Xantharus" is an episodic piece, focusing on Sulu as he now commands the U.S.S. Cooper, a small science survey ship while on a diplomatic assignment to the Barrier Alliance. Unfortunately, the Tholians have plans which may interfere with this mission. Note: Sexual themes.

"Never Forget"
written by Nomad & Elizabeth Knauel

Captain Sulu of the U.S.S. Cooper finds a world dead, a dying Romulan, and a new romance in his last mission before his long hoped-for transfer to the U.S.S. Excelsior. Note: Sexual situations.

"Until We Meet Again"
written by Shayna Gitnick

Having finally gotten command of the starship of his dreams, Hikaru turns to an old friend to serve as his executive officer.

written by Nomad & Elizabeth Knauel

Begins the day Jim Kirk disappeared into the Nexus, and runs through the rest of the month; includes some of the events of "Chekov's Enterprise" and "Generations."

The Klingons relish the fact that Leonard McCoy literally goes through hell as he faces the death of James T. Kirk and the death of his beloved wife, Teresa, and their children. Note: Graphic violence and sexual situations.

"The Spider's Lair"
written by Randy Landers

It comes to Hikaru Sulu and the crew of the U.S.S. Excelsior to defeat a creature that once bested James T. Kirk.

Artwork by Nomad, Randall Landers, David Lawrence, Teegar and Patty Wright.

264 pages, 8" x 11" size, coil binding.
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Randall Landers, 3211 Saddleleaf Avenue, Albany, Georgia 31721

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