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'''Linkara (v/o):''' But the point is that at the nick of time, main power is restored and the Enterprise goes to warp, the artist once again screwing up the pylons on the ship, this time making them almost completely horizontal. Genesis explodes, taking the Reliant and the Mutara Nebula with it. The explosion fuses the nebula's gases with it and forms a new planet because... uh, science. Kirk calls engineering and congratulates Scotty, but McCoy tells Kirk he needs to get down there. Kirk notices that Spock is gone and rushes to engineering. He desperately tries to get to Spock, but Scotty and McCoy tell him it's too late to do anything for him. And we ''finally'' get what this comic has been lacking: quiet panels. Like I said last time, the pacing has been atrocious in this comic, condensing down tons of dialogue into a single panel, so it all just comes rushing at the reader. Here, we finally get a few panels where Kirk quietly approaches the chamber and calls out to Spock. Kirk's best friend gets up and moves over to him and– '''''OH, SWEET MOTHER OF GOD!!! ZOMBIE SPOCK!!!'''''
 
'''Linkara (v/o):''' But the point is that at the nick of time, main power is restored and the Enterprise goes to warp, the artist once again screwing up the pylons on the ship, this time making them almost completely horizontal. Genesis explodes, taking the Reliant and the Mutara Nebula with it. The explosion fuses the nebula's gases with it and forms a new planet because... uh, science. Kirk calls engineering and congratulates Scotty, but McCoy tells Kirk he needs to get down there. Kirk notices that Spock is gone and rushes to engineering. He desperately tries to get to Spock, but Scotty and McCoy tell him it's too late to do anything for him. And we ''finally'' get what this comic has been lacking: quiet panels. Like I said last time, the pacing has been atrocious in this comic, condensing down tons of dialogue into a single panel, so it all just comes rushing at the reader. Here, we finally get a few panels where Kirk quietly approaches the chamber and calls out to Spock. Kirk's best friend gets up and moves over to him and– '''''OH, SWEET MOTHER OF GOD!!! ZOMBIE SPOCK!!!'''''
   
'''Spock:''' ''(weakly)'' Ship... out of danger?
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'''Spock:''' Ship... out of danger?
   
'''Linkara:''' ''(horrified)'' NOT YET IT ISN'T!! THE ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE HAS JUST BEGUN!!
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'''Linkara:''' Not yet it isn't! The zombie apocalypse has just begun!!
 
'''Linkara (v/o):''' Dear God, what was the artist thinking?! I mean, yeah, in the movie, he look scarred from the radiation, but he didn't have blank, white eyes, a scowling face, and exposed green flesh! This is gonna replace Scotty's evil smile in my nightmares!
 
 
'''Spock:''' Don't grieve, Admiral. It is logical. The needs of the many, outweigh...
 
 
'''Kirk:''' ...the needs of the few...
 
 
'''Spock:''' ...or the one.
 
 
'''Linkara:''' ''(as Spock)'' Mind you, I wish their needs didn't involve so much of my skin peeling off.
 
 
'''Spock:''' I never took the Kobayashi Maru test... until now. What do you think... of my ''solution?''
 
 
'''Linkara:''' ''(as Kirk)'' Well, points for originality, Spock, but I'm afraid I still have to give you an F, because you can't write the post-exam essay.
 
 
'''Spock:''' I have been... and always shall be... your friend.
 
 
'''Linkara:''' ''(as Spock)'' And if you let me out of here, then you are and always shall be... my dinner.
 
 
'''Spock:''' Live long... and prosper.
 
 
'''Linkara:''' ''(as Spock)'' Try to do a better job than I did on that first part.
 
   
 
'''Linkara (v/o):''' And so, Spock dies, and we cut to his funeral in the torpedo bay, because nothing says "We loved you and respected you as a friend and colleague" quite as much as shoving you into something meant to blow up.
 
'''Linkara (v/o):''' And so, Spock dies, and we cut to his funeral in the torpedo bay, because nothing says "We loved you and respected you as a friend and colleague" quite as much as shoving you into something meant to blow up.
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