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Issue 34 of Star Trek Monthly was the December 1997 issue. This was also the final issue with the original cover and internal format – a new design would debut with issue 35.


Make It So
Darryl Curtis on villains, and the Colm Meaney situation.
The Best of All Worlds
Interview – John de Lancie – "I, Q"
by Ian Spelling.
Faces of the Enemy
James Swallow looks at the development of the races and characters seen as villains in Star Trek.
True Villains – short profiles of Khan Noonien Singh, Lore, Tolian Soran, The Female Shapeshifter, and Seska.
A Fistful of Data
How did Worf beam off the Defiant in Star Trek: First Contact?, how does clothing work on the holodeck?, how did Qo'noS survive to the 2360s after Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country?
This is the first such column to be written by Larry Nemecek.
Interview – Martha Hackett – "Wolf in the Fold"
by David Bassom.
Book token
Third of five £1 book tokens.
Interview – Marc Alaimo – "In Defence of Dukat"
by Ian Spelling.
Interview – Louise Fletcher – "Playing to Winn"
by Sue Schneider.
Book extract
Pocket TOS: Heart of the Sun.
From the Replicator
Merchandise: Playmates Toys' Star Trek: Strike Force and figures.
US Update: Playmates, SkyBox.
Read Out: Joe Nazzaro speaks to Judith and Garfield Reeves-Stevens about Star Trek: The Next Generation - The Continuing Mission.
On Screen: Original Series rerelease volumes 3.5 & 3.6.
Model Matters: AMT/Ertl Legendary Space Encounter, Galor-class, Klingon Bird-of-Prey Flight Display, USS Defiant with finishing materials.
Includes a reader's poll with questions related to romance in Star Trek.
Next Issue
The page misspells Allan Kroeker's name as "Alan".
Issue 33 Star Trek Monthly
Issue 34 – December 1997
Issue 35