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When the most infamous villain in STAR TREK history is last seen in the Original Series episode "Space Seed", Khan Noonien Singh's an elegant, proud warrior-king. When he's next seen in STAR TREK II, he's a grizzled maniac, twisted by loss and an unquenchable thirst for revenge. What has happened between these two points in time to so radically alter what seemed to be an unbreakable will?

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Background information

  • The retailer incentive for this issue was a limited edition plush toy version of Khan Noonien Singh. A photograph of this toy was featured on the special cover created for the New York Comic Convention 2010 release.
  • Scott Tipton named one of Khan's genetically engineered brethren, complete with likeness, after James Sawyer, one of his friends. [1]


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