Lazarus/Anti-Lazarus was Human according to Spock's sensors and Kirk's log:

"A living being. Body temperature 98.5 Fahrenheit. Mass, electrical impulses, movement. It is apparently Human, Captain." - Spock
"Sensors have reported the presence of a Human being on the planet below who might be connected with the phenomenon." - Kirk

--Alan del Beccio 15:18, 17 Oct 2005 (UTC)

why does Anti-Lazarus exist at all? Edit

They both had the same name, and they weren't terribly clear on which was which at all times, how do you know which was the anti?-- 16:29, 26 June 2006 (UTC)

since both Lazaruses had identical ships, there's no reason the Lazerous in the anti-matter universe at the end, couldn't simply have crossed over, making the other one the anti-Lazarous, eh.. nevermind-- 16:31, 26 June 2006 (UTC)

Beard continuityEdit

At times him facial hair seems full and thick, while at others it's so thin it's practically not there at all. It's different from scene to scene. Seems like one heck of a cock-up on behalf of the make up department.--A Pickering 00:14, February 4, 2010 (UTC)

May be true, but it's a nitpick. -- sulfur 00:16, February 4, 2010 (UTC)

Gabriel Lorca! Edit

The way Mirror Lorca "died" seemed more travel/transformationesque than final. I always suspected he would become Lazarus, especially when they wondered about regular Lorca's fate which was left open. The name being a meaningfull pseudonym, as any data on either Lorca or the Mirror Universe would be classified. 03:20, January 14, 2019 (UTC) Tetra Vega

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