Enterprise (Star Trek: TOS zine published in 1984)

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Zine
Title: Enterprise
Publisher: HJS Publications out of Tampa, Florida, possibly connected to Enterprise Incidents
Editor(s): supposedly bi-monthly, April 1984-1994
Date(s):
Series?:
Medium: print
Genre: gen
Fandom: Star Trek: TOS, with some Doctor Who
Language: English
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front cover of issue #1, Tom Holtkamp

Enterprise is a Star Trek: TOS non-fiction and fiction zine. There were thirteen issues.

It appears to be possibly connected to Enterprise Incidents

The Doctor and the Enterprise

The first six issues contain the serialized Doctor Who/Star Trek crossover, "The Doctor and the Enterprise."

For more about this zine and its historical context and conflict, see The Doctor and the Enterprise.

Issue 1

Enterprise 1 was published in April 1984 and contains 52 pages. The illustrations are by Tom Holtkamp. It is most known for containing part one of a serialization of "The Doctor and the Enterprise" by Jean Airey

  • Star Fleet in Miniature by Paul Newitt (5)
  • Spock and McCoy (article) by Jon S. Aiken (13)
  • The Doctor and the Enterprise, part one by Jean Airey (19)
  • Star Trek in Comics by James Van Hise (30) (featuring an interview with Len Wein, Marv Wolfman, Martin Paskow and Mike Barr)
  • Tomorrow (article) by David Winfrey (38)
  • Captain's Bookshelf (reviews) (43)

Issue 2

Enterprise 2 was published in June 1984.

cover of issue #2
  • Star Trek III (Linda Simeone follows the Enterprise crew as the [sic] go bodly into that good night.) (4)
  • Avenger Class Starship (building the USS Avenger in miniature.) (8)
  • Bill Rotsler (An interview with the biographer of the Enterprise crew by James Van Hise.) (15)
  • The Doctor and the Enterprise, part two (23)
  • Star Trek in Comics (part two of the interviews with the artist who have put Star Trek on the four color page) (34)
  • Bloopers (40)
  • Love in the 23rd Century (How did Star Trek present love among the aliens?) (42)
  • View Screen (46)

Issue 3

Enterprise 3 was published in 1984.

  • The Doctor and the Enterprise, part three
  • other unknown content

Issue 4

Enterprise 4 was published in 1984.

cover of issue #4
  • The Doctor and the Enterprise, part four
  • other unknown content

Issue 5

Enterprise 5 was published in 1984.

  • The Doctor and the Enterprise, part five
  • other unknown content

Issue 6

Enterprise 6 was published in 1984.

cover of issue #6
  • The Doctor and the Enterprise, part six, the final chapter
  • other unknown content

Issue 7

Enterprise 7 was published in January 1985 and contains 52 pages.

cover of issue #7
  • black-and-white photographs
  • The Vulcan’s Progress (Beginning a history of everyone’s favorite alien) (4 pages)
  • Costume Design: Leisure Wear (11 pages)
  • Interview With George Takei (Star Trek’s martial artist) (3 pages)
  • Star Trek Design Patents (A close look into Star Trek’s relationship with the Patent Office) (9 pages)
  • Romulan Society (4 pages)
  • Technical Drawings (5 pages)
  • Captain’s Bookshelf (Trek books reviews) (6 pages)
  • Memory Tapes (2 pages)

Issue 8

Enterprise 8

Issue 9

Enterprise 9

Issue 10

Enterprise 10

Issue 11

Enterprise 11

Issue 12

Enterprise 12

Issue 13

Enterprise 13 was published in 1985. 8 1/2 x 11, 52 pages. Color cover, b&w interior. Includes an interview with George Takei; an analysis of "This Side of Paradise"; "Star Trek Meets The Twilight Zone" (parody fiction).

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