Star Trek Problems: SUPER SIZE EDITION

Star Trek: The Original Series

Star Trek: The Original Series

Star Trek: The Original Series

Star Trek: Original Series Movie Era

Star Trek: The Next Generation

Star Trek: The Next Generation

Star Trek: The Next Generation Movie Era

Star Trek: The Next Generation Movie Era

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine

Star Trek: Voyager

Star Trek: Voyager

Star Trek: Enterprise

Star Trek: Enterprise

STP17

Star Trek reboot

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Vincent’s Comments: Wow, what an incredible treat. Chris just blasted us in the face with several Star Trek Problems at once! It seems like Star Trek problems has been picking up some steam lately and it’s about damn time, they are hilarious. If you like and enjoy Star Trek Problems, it is your duty to share them with others!

Anyway, I like that we have a nice sampling of each Star Trek era here.

As for specific comments about each strip, I have to say I’m in love with the one with the Klingons. Also the Voyager one is hilarious. I think this is the first time Voyager has appeared in Star Trek Problems. I haven’t watched enough of it to really complain about it, but from what I’ve seen… bleh. I think I’m going to have to force myself to watch that series someday.

Chris’ Comments: It is probably nuts to blow two months worth of comic strips at once but I felt like representing something from each era of Star Trek at once. There will still┬ábe a new strip next Friday.

  • All these were great! I loved the DS9 one, as I knew it would either end with a baseball game or a holodeck adventure. I still think Harry Kim was the Trek homosexual, though…

  • Wes GRogan

    I think my favorite is the NuTrek problem. That was precisely what I was thinking when watching it.

  • Lamar The Revenger

    All good all true! These super sized editions must happen once a month!

  • Naujr

    The best one for me was the Enterprise one , with Archer and T’pol.Quick on his feet that Archer.

  • Thanks for the kind comments! This is a weekly feature on the Robot’s PJs but I don’t know if I could bang out 8 every 4 weeks, Lamar. I usually have several in the can, though so maybe some time I will get ambitious again.

  • Anthony Hita

    There is a fundamental difference between Wesley Crusher, an acting ensign/cadet, questioning an order and Captain Picard doing it, specifically, Wesley doesn’t have the maturity or experience to know when questioning is justified and Picard does. In other words, Picard has EARNED the right to question orders, and Wesley hasn’t.

    Also, the last comic in this series made me literally laugh out loud.

  • Chris Piers

    Thanks. I just thought it was worth mentioning that Picard really flip flopped on the exact same issue.

  • Anthony Hita

    Well, I mean, it was a terrible movie…

  • Hey Anthony, you read any of my Voyager Tortures? You might like those.