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The Trek Life (2005) - Weekly comic strip
"[Life after Enterprise]"

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Cover Date: July 25 2005
Cover Price: Free

Issue Tagline: None.

Format: Color; Webcomic; 1 pages

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The gang adjusts to life without an ongoing Star Trek series in the wake of Enterprise's cancellation. They relate having no Star Trek to being stranded in the Delta Quadrant (the premise of Star Trek: Voyager).

This entry is kind of a placeholder, just to get the official start date of the series on record in our database. The strip was published each Monday following 25 July 2005, with few exceptions. It was still in active publication as of 6 November 2006.
This particular issue has been given a false title and a synopsis for only the strip appearing on 25 July 2005. This was felt important as it gives a sense of the timing of the strip, and, indeed, some of the inspiration for creating the strip in the first place. The Trek Life began as a "fan commentary on fans", in the wake of the ratings nightmare that Enterprise had become.

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