So I might have stumbled upon a stash of Star Trek comics and
Nothing else will compare to how sassy that cardassian is.
You look like you lost your best friend, Constable.
that’s okay, neither do the writers
One of the old numbered novels actually brought it out and used it as a major plot point! The novel is called Valhalla - the station is getting attacked by an intelligent alien ship, and O’Brien brings out the program to distract it. (It’s also a good novel for some Cardassian politicking that references an earlier novel, some very non-humanoid aliens, and managing to be really poignant for a one-off adversarial novels-only character that’s a malevolent-but-incredibly-naive living ship. All in all, it’s one of the better numbered novels and has pretty good continuity for a time when this was pre-novel-continuity.)
I need to know that someone forgives me.
I forgive you…for whatever it is you did.
This looks like the most irritating day of Sisko’s life, and I chose to believe this whole comic is about intergalactic interspecies rock paper scissors.
NOT NOW DAX I AM A BUSY MAN
Rough sketch, could still use a lot of work. Ink & charcoal.
8x10, oil on canvas. Could use a bit more work.
Waaaait wait wait hang on. How did Kirzon get the Dax symbiont? I thought it was mostly Trills who are joined? But Dax had like 7 bodies before Jadzia. How did a Klingon get a symbiont?????
Curzon was a Trill too, he was just best buddies with a lot of Klingons (he was a Federation ambassador who became well-known for his work with Klingons, and he really respected their culture and customs, to the point where he was the godfather of the son of Kang, one of Qo’NoS’s most well-respected warriors.) All of Dax’s previous hosts have been Trill - it’s Trill who are joined, because basically any other species can’t host a symbiont for long before rejecting it (see the TNG episode “The Host.”)