Star Trek 10
Bantam Dell Publishing Group, 1974
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As the Enterprise hurtles through space, the crew must destroy a ravening, murderous monster aboard the starship; Kirk discovers an incredibly beautiful creature with strange powers of healing; Spock views the forbidden Kollos and goes insane; and more!
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- The Science Fiction Book Club Reviews Revisited: 1978
FALSE DAWN by Chelsea Quinn Yarbro I missed this. The Star Trek Reader IV James Blish (E.P. Dutton, 1978, hc) + o Star Trek 10 o oc New York: Bantam Feb '74 + o The Alternative Factor o sa Star Trek #10, Bantam, 1974;
- Free books! - The Viewscreen
James Blish, Star Trek 5 *NEW* James Blish, Star Trek 6 (2 copies) James Blish, Star Trek 7. James Blish, Star Trek 10 (2 copies) James Blish, Star Trek 11. Sondra Marshak and Myrna Culbreath (eds.), Star Trek: The New ...
- <i>Star Trek 10</i> - Brian J. Noggle
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- Bookshelf: Star Trek #10 (Gold Key) | Television Obscurities
Star Trek #10 (Gold Key) First Published in May 1971. Published by Gold Key/Western Publishing Company, Inc. I've read a fair number of comic books based on the various Star Trek shows. Some of them have been quite good while .... the series found its "core audience" on local stations between 1969 and 1972...enough to launch several "conventions", James Blish's continuing adaptations of first-draft scripts into paperback [and eventually, book] form, two books ...
- My Star Trek Scrapbook: 1974 "Movie Monsters" Trek article
(See all that I have posted by clicking the "greeting card" tag on the right.) The inside text consists of one word: "COURAGE!" Bonus #2: Below are the front and back covers to the next James Blish adaptation, Star Trek 10.
- James Blish - Horror Movie Memorabilia
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- Horrorthon: The Old Paperbacks! Pt. II: Complete Blish Covers
About a week ago I posted photographs of the contents of a box of old paperbacks I'd retrieved from my parents' house. Of course you all immediately noticed the glaring omission in that post: I display the ostensibly-complete sequence of James Blish books (called Star Trek 1 through Star Trek 12) with two volumes missing. That's right, Star Trek 10 and Star Trek 11 were not in the box. (Also, the quality of the "Star Trek paperbacks" picture I posted last week was really ...
- sf_with_bite: the Golden Age of science fiction is twelve
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- Theaker's Quarterly Fiction, actually: Fifteen books that will always ...
Fire and Hemlock ? Diana Wynne Jones. A remarkable, wonderful book, where reality is pulled out from beneath your feet so gently that you hardly notice at first. Star Trek 10 ? James Blish. Featuring "Galileo Seven" and "The ...
- Collecting The Future: James Blish's TOS Adaptations
Another must-have for any Star Trek collection is the set of James Blish TOS episode adaptations put out by Bantam Books. In total there were 12 ... Star Trek 10 - First published February 1974. My copy is from the 8th printing.
- Pegasus Reviews: To Be Read
58. Star Trek 10 by James Blish 59. Star Trek 11 by James Blish 60. Star Trek 12 by James Blish 61. Star Trek: The New Voyages by Sondra Marshak & Myrna Culbreath 62. The Galactic Whirlpool by David Gerrold 63. The Art ...
- 8of5 Archives: Bantam's novelizations by James Blish (first editions)
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- Less Hat, Moorhead - FOLLOW YOUR BLISH - mv_moorhead
Between the show's cancellation in 1969 & the launch of the animated series in 1973, Star Trek was a publishing phenomenon, as the Trek episodes were adapted by James Blish into a highly successful string of short-story anthologies for Bantam. In those days before home video, these books were the only alternative ... The Star Trek 10 book you picture is the only ST book I ever owned. I forgot all about it until just now. Link | Reply | Thread · mv_moorhead. Nov.
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