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Episode Studies by Clayton Barr

Star Trek: Live Evil (Part 2) "LiveEvil" Part 2
Star Trek #51
Written by: Mike Johnson
Story Consultant: Roberto Orci
Art by: Tony Shasteen
Colors by: Davide Mastrolonardo
Letters by: Neil Uyetake
Cover by: Tony Shasteen
November 2015


Kirk and his landing party meet the mirror universe Khan.


Read the story summary at Memory Beta


Characters appearing in this issue


Mirror-Harry Mudd

Mirror-Captain Kirk


Captain Kirk

Dr. McCoy

Lt. Uhura

Lt. Zahra


Mirror-Captain Spock

Mirror-Commander Uhura

Gregor (mirror)

Mirror-Lt. Sulu

Lt. Sulu


Mirror-Scotty (dies in this issue)

Lt. Chekov

Lt. Keenser

Mirror-Lt. Chekov


Mirror-Amanda (mentioned only, revealed as deceased in the next issue)

K'hav (mirror)


Didja Notice?


On page 2, mirror-Kirk kills the mirror-Mudd.


In the mirror universe, Khan prefers to go by his true chosen name, Singh; "khan" is actually a title in the Asian nations meaning "king".


On page 5, Mirror-Khan shows Kirk's landing party the S.S. Botany Bay, his people's plan to escape from Ceti Alpha V. The ship appears to be the original Botany Bay as seen in Khan's first appearance in the original series episode "Space Seed", but it has been augmented with four warp nacelles.


As the Botany Bay blasts off from Ceti Alpha V on page 10, Kirk refers to mirror-Khan having had a chokehold on him back on the surface. This occurred in "LiveEvil" Part 1.


This version of mirror-Sulu does not have the scar on his face that he had in the original series episode "Mirror, Mirror".


The planet Vulcan still exists in the mirror universe.


Apparently, the Terran Empire of the mirror universe terraforms all the more inhospitable planets it conquers in the mirror universe, as seen on the now lush and verdant Vulcan.


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