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''(Cut back one more time to Khan's "Moby-Dick" speech)''
 
''(Cut back one more time to Khan's "Moby-Dick" speech)''
   
'''Khan:''' ...and round Perdition's flames before I give him up!
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'''Khan:''' and round Perdition's flames before I give him up!
 
''(Back to the comic again)''
 
 
'''Linkara (v/o):''' Nah, really? Oh, and in case you're wondering, no, that dialogue was ''not'' in the movie. Also, Saavik's missing her rank insignia.
 
 
''(Editor's note: "Correction: Starfleet Badge; not rank insignia")''
 
 
'''Linkara (v/o):''' Anyway, the ship is still no match for Reliant in their current state. However, there's a nearby nebula that will disable shields and scramble targeting sensors. As such, if they go in, "the odds will be even."
 
 
''(Cut to a similar scene in the movie)''
 
 
'''Linkara (v/o):''' In the movie, when the ship approached the Mutara nebula, we got a sense of scale of the ship's operations, that all those little anonymous crew members don't just wait around to be killed on away missions, that they actually ''do'' things on the ship and prepare it for battle. It was a really damn good montage.
 
 
''(Cut back to the matching scene in the comic)''
 
 
'''Linkara (v/o):''' Here, it's two panels: one showing a bunch of crew members in the hallway, and another featuring a torpedo. I'd call it padding, but those two panels couldn't pad a glove, much less this comic. Khan spots the retreating Enterprise.
 
 
'''Khan:''' ''There she is.'' Not so wounded as we were led to believe, is she? So much the better. ''Follow her.''
 
 
'''Linkara:''' ''(as Khan)'' She's breaking the speed limit! We'll give them a ''ticket!'' I'M SUCH A MADMAN!
 
   
 
'''Linkara (v/o):''' However, as they get in closer to the nebula, they start to slow. Joachim – and yes, I'm sorry I mispronounced it last time; my mistake – realizes that they'd lose their advantage if they followed them in and starts slowing them down. Kirk decides to get Khan to follow them using his own diplomatic style: hailing them and telling them that he's on board.
 
'''Linkara (v/o):''' However, as they get in closer to the nebula, they start to slow. Joachim – and yes, I'm sorry I mispronounced it last time; my mistake – realizes that they'd lose their advantage if they followed them in and starts slowing them down. Kirk decides to get Khan to follow them using his own diplomatic style: hailing them and telling them that he's on board.
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