Comic 74

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Steve breaks the law.

Link: Comic 74

Title: the Pandarian Encounter - by JUSTAS!

Date: May 16, 2005

Summary: Captain Steve starts an intergalactic war with the Pandarians.

Cast: Steve, Botemota, Pandarian, Beavock

Onomatopoeias used: "BREAK LAW!"

"Fin" style: "Probably not to be continued..."

Number of panels: 13


Panel 1

A view of a spaceship shaped like Steve.
Steve: "Captain's Log, Stardate 17562.8
The USS Stevenprise has been ordered to investigate a distress call from an unidentified vessel near the Goblinean Neutral Zone"

Panel 2

Botemota: "The ship is now in visual range, Captain."
Steve: "Open hailing frequencies."
Botemota: "Opening hailing frequencies..."
Steve: "On screen."

Panel 3

A shot of the viewscreen, showing the Pandarian captain, holding a bamboo stick.
Steve: "NO!!! Could they really be..."
Pandarian: "Mew?"

Panel 4

Close-up on Steve's face.
Steve: "...the Pandarians?!!"

Panel 5


Panel 6

Beavock: "Sir, wait!!"

Panel 7

Steve: "What is it, Beavock?"

Panel 8

Beavock: "Not only would it be highly illogical, sir, but the Pandarians are also an endangered species... it would be illegal to harm them!"

Panel 9

Steve: "Oh..."

Panel 10

Beavock and Steve stare at each other.

Panel 11

Steve pushes the firing button with a BREAK LAW! onomatopoeia.

Panel 12

A view of the front of the spaceship, shooting out a banana, a pineapple and an apple.

Panel 13

Pandarian: "Mew?"
[Probably not to be continued...]

Fun Facts

  • The spoofed Star Trek uniforms are from different eras.
  • It is not clear what the Pandarians' distress call is about, nor why the Stevenprise has to be ordered to investigate the distress call.
  • The episode is indeed continued in Comic 199.


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