Here are the relevant images from this episode of Gimme That Star Trek!
Highlights from Len Wein’s run of Gold Key’s Star Trek comics (issues 9-16), with art by Alberto Giolitti, issues 10 though 16 featuring covers by George Wilson.
From “The Legacy of Lazarus”, the 45th President of the United States:
Throughout the series, Giolitti seemed to think the nacelles were thrusters.
From “Scepter of the Sun”, something Star Trek V never managed to do.
An antagonist that feels familiar in “The Brain Shockers”:
A beautiful page from that same issue:
Pirate swipes from “The Flight of the Buccaneer” in Marvel’s Star Trek #18 (writer J.M DeMatteis and swipe extraordinaire Joe Brozowski):
Toy robot action in “Dark Traveler”:
“The Enterprise Mutiny” features a wonderful, poetic shot of the ship caught in… something.
That issue and the next, “Museum a t the End of Time”, features off-model Klingons…
…as well as a weird puppy dog.
Wein’s last story, “Day of the Inquisitors”, introduces the Enterprise’s PR officer, Miss Claire.
And also stars a Justice League villain.
“Star Trek Theme” by Alexander Courage, with the Irredeemable Shagg on vocals. End theme: “Deep Space Nine Theme” by Dennis McCarthy.
Bonus clips from: “Star Trek Gold Key Theater” on YouTube channel startcomicbookreview (they sadly never did a Len Wein issue); “Monty Python’s Flying Circus” Season 2, episode 2, starring Michael Palin.