It is nearly ten years after Voyager’s return from the Delta Quadrant, and the Federation is in a crisis. The Federation’s main suppliers of dilithium crystals are disappearing. Space and time have folded around several planets, effectively isolating them from any contact with outside worlds. And this phenomenon is not natural – someone or something is causing this to happen. This necessitates drastic measures; some of which are outside the Federation’s normal jurisdiction. For this, Admiral Pavel Chekov, head of Starfleet Intelligence, turns to Commander Tuvok, Voyager’s former security officer and current head of the newly reorganized Section 31. Tuvok must put together a new covert, renegade crew – mostly outcasts and rogues – even criminals. This new crew is tasked with finding out what is causing the folding of time and space, and stopping it – at all costs.
You May Also Like
Luke’s exultance at being selected for The Skulls (a secret society bred within the walls of a prominent Ivy League Campus) is soon overshadowed when he realises that all is ‘not well in Wonderland’. For The Skulls is a breeding ground for the future powerful and elite. It’s not only a far cry from his working class background, but it also hallows its own deep and dark secrets.
Luffy, Zoro, & Nami are drifting on their boat without any food to eat. Right until a sea dragon attacked their boat and took Nami away. Luffy & Zoro washed up on shore on a small island. Where they encounter a girl named Medaka. Who tells them, that her island has been taken over by Pirate Ganzack and his crew. Ganzack has enslaved all the men on the island, including Medaka’s father. And she’ll do any necessary task to save him. To make matters worst, the food on the island is scarce. Which makes Luffy disappointed, but learns that if Ganzack is defeated, he can have more food. So he, Zoro, & Medaka infiltrate Ganzack’s base to free the prisoners, find Nami, and defeat Ganzack
Decorated Vietnam hero Frank Vega returns home only to get shunned by society leaving him without a job or his high school sweetheart. It’s not until forty years later when an incident on a commuter bus (where he protects an elderly black man from a pair of skin heads) makes him a local hero where he’s suddenly celebrated once again. But his good fortune suddenly turns for the worse when his best friend Klondike is murdered and the police aren’t doing anything about it.
When an overconfident teen alien gets behind the controls of a spaceship, he must attempt to abduct a slumbering farmer under the watchful eye of a critical instructor. But abducting humans requires precision and a gentle touch, and within a few missteps it’s painfully clear why more humans don’t go missing every year.