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Writer: Clues To Sequel In Star Trek Ongoing Comics + Preview Of Issue #4 December 27, 2011

by Anthony Pascale , Filed under: Comics,Star Trek Into Darkness , trackback

The next issue (#4) of the new ongoing Star Trek comic series set in the new movie universe comes out tomorrow, finishing up the two-issue retelling of the TOS episode "The Galileo Seven." We have a preview of that issue below, plus news on how these new comics are dropping clues about the 2013 Star Trek sequel.


Star Trek Sequel clues in ongoing comic series

The new ongoing series of "Star Trek" comics set in the new movie universe kicked off in September. The first issues have retold a couple of classic Star Trek episodes, but with new twists. The comic series will continue to do different spins on old episodes, but will also be telling new stories (like the recently announced surviving Vulcans two-issue arc).

But these new comics, which are overseen by movies co-writer/producer Roberto Orci, are also filling in the gap of adventures between the 2009 Star Trek movie and the sequel, which opens May 2013. This is similar to how the ongoing Star Trek comics worked in the 80s. In addition, in 2013 we can expect there to be a prequel comic series (like "Star Trek Countdown" in 2009) and an adaptation of the sequel as well.

But apparently there is more to these new Star Trek comics. Writer Mike Johnson has revealed that the ongoing series will also be dropping hints about the upcoming Star Trek movie and in fact it apparently already has done so. In the latest Star Trek magazine Jonhson says

"One of the great things about working with Bob [Orci] is that we are able to use the ongoing series to very subtly lay in clues to the next movie. There might even be a tiny hint of a subplot in the first issue."

Speaking to TrekMovie Johnson confirmed that there was a subtle hint in issue 1 from September and there will be more as the we get closer to the sequel. He says there is also some "thematic foreshadowing" in issue 4, due out tomorrow (see preview below). The writer noted that clues will "not be like the Da Vinci Code", but he also said that "when you see the movie you will be able to look back to the comics and say, ‘oh I see what they did there.’"

So what are these clues in issues 1 and 4? Well I have taken another look at issue 1 and an advanced copy of issue 4 and nothing jumps out at me right away. There certainly isn’t anything overt like a mention of Khan (unless you think finding a 200 year old beacon is some kind of subtle link to "Space Seed."

Enterprise finds something very old in Star Trek Ongoing #1

(which retells the story of "Where No Man Has Gone Before")

You may have better luck finding clues, and if you do post your suggestions below. One thing is for sure, Trekkies will be looking a bit closer at these comics over the next couple of years.

PREVIEW: Star Trek: Ongoing #4
Writer: Mike Johnson
Stephen Molnar
Covers: Tim Brandstreet & Joe Corroney


Mr. Spock faces a deadly choice as he tries to save the crew of a stranded shuttle! Featuring the likenesses of the new STAR TREK cast, this story boldly re-imagines a classic episode, Galileo 7, but in the new timeline of the hit movie!

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Star Trek Ongoing #4 — preview:

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Star Trek Ongoing #4 arrives tomorrow

Star Trek comics can be ordered and pre-ordered from TFAW.com, and all are discounted. (Note: Issues 1 & 2 are in their second printing).

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If you can wait, the first volume compiling the first individual issues will be released on March 13th. You can pre-order it at Amazon.


1. Commodore Mike of the Terran Empire - December 27, 2011

As Scotty says. I like these Comics. It’s Exciting.
I will be reading these comics because I love Trek. Not because there might be hints of the next movie which Bob Orci may or may not have put into the Comic. Oh and Bob Please get BND British Naval Dude in the new Movie.

2. Little Green Dude - December 27, 2011

“The galaxy… is on… Orion’s… b-b-b…”

3. Daddy Todd - December 27, 2011

I have to say that reading these comics in an attempt to glean “clues” about the next movie seems an exercise in tedium.

Then again, reading these comics for entertainment is already an exercise in tedium, so there it is.

4. SirMartman - December 27, 2011

The “real” shuttle Galileo found ?


Hope so


5. dmduncan - December 27, 2011

Sorry. I am Clueless. Even thinking about changing my name.

6. moauvian waoul - aka: seymour hiney - December 27, 2011

Seems we’ll be picking up the story in the midst of the 5 yr mission. Was hoping to see the beginning of that tour of duty I guess we’ll just have to wait and see.

7. Captain Sanders - December 27, 2011

I don’t care who the villain is, there is nobody Kirk can’t defeat with a karate chop to the back.

8. JordanHoffman - December 27, 2011

Time to go back to those earlier issues & scour them for clues!

9. NCM - December 27, 2011

I love these comics. Wish they offered more–more story, more dialogue, better consistency in drawing the characters–but they’re the only ‘real’ thing ‘ongoing’ in the 2009 universe for now.

Come to think of it, wasn’t Pocket Books supposed to release a couple of 2009 universe books by now? I wonder if they’ve completely shelved JJ-verse books until after the films.

10. JediSpock - December 27, 2011

Dr. Dehner. I bet it has something to do with her.

11. Red Dead Ryan - December 27, 2011

Well, they’re not going to give any clues as to who the villain will be in the sequel. It wouldn’t make sense for them to do that.

It’s more likely that we are getting hints at what other elements will be in the sequel, like the brewery, or whether Keenser returns or not.

And finally, I don’t know how it is for you guys, but everything on this page is totally centered in the middle column. The article, comments, and the ads on the bottom. Not on the sides where they should be.

12. AJ - December 27, 2011


Yes, my text, and the entire page for this article, are justified to the center of the screen as well.

13. bgdrewsif - December 27, 2011

#12. same here…. glad to know it is not just me and my macbook being temperamental…

14. Nony - December 27, 2011

Innnteresting. Let’s see, what little things might there be in issue #1?

-it’s set in 2258.25, or perhaps .56 – so near the beginning of the same year the movie events take place?

-the Enterprise is still messed up and needs a good retrofit and inspection, yet Starfleet still sends them out to explore beyond the edge of the galaxy without even letting them fix the cracks in their impulse engines…c’mon now. (This could hint at the physical and psychological state of the Federation and Starfleet post-Battle of Vulcan – get that shiny flagship with its hot crew out there exploring post-haste! Drum up some hope and enthusiasm! No fear, the heroes are out there taking care of business!)

-they visited Aldebaran at some point. (Good whiskey there. It’s…green.)

-Dr. Dehner decided not to come aboard there, apparently because of some history with McCoy. (Romantic plot? Plot about her research on psionic beings?)

15. Daoud - December 27, 2011

The dialogue in this installment almost writes itself! Well, okay, just up to that spoiler on the last page!

16. AJ - December 27, 2011

It seems that the film will open with Uhura being deposited at a Federation prison due to her theft of the Enterprise shuttle during a critical rescue mission. No?

17. The Original Spock's Brain - December 27, 2011

These comics SUCK….

18. Daoud - December 27, 2011

Oh, and I guess centering isn’t as bad as scrolling would be!

19. danielcraigsmywookiebitchnow - December 27, 2011

One of the great things about having a girlfriend who’s dad owns a comic book store . is that Ive had my copy of issue 4 since saturday afternoon. :)

20. Daoud - December 27, 2011

I can’t accept though that PrimeSpock wouldn’t have already given a detailed accounting to Kirk and Spock of the missions in the original universe. The Galileo Seven incident would have been well-noted, and since PrimeSpock would have wanted to prevent the encounter with the humanoids to keep the Prime Directive…. this comic doesn’t suck, it just suggests that one moment after Star Trek 2009, PrimeSpock died in a sudden flash of paradoxy.

21. Dr. Cheis - December 27, 2011

Just a guess but perhaps the next Star Trek movie will involve the Prime Directive in some manner other than a passing mention.

22. Odkin - December 27, 2011

I have to say that whole wasted page of Kirk and Uhura looking at each other is both a storytelling pacing error and more importantly a character error.

Uhura is neither Kirk’s moral superior nor his superior in judgment. His sheepish look while she glares accusingly frankly makes me sick.

He is either in command of that vessel or he isn’t, and from the look of this, he isn’t. The real Kirk would have asked if she had any official objection to state for the record; and if not, to stow the attitude and do her job.

23. BeatleJWOL - December 27, 2011

Clearly it’ll be a Planet Of The Apes crossover.


24. Harry Ballz - December 27, 2011

Ah, the clues indicate the Enterprise crew will encounter the Gorn, who are in a mad battle with the Doomsday Machine after it lay waste to their home world. Kirk and crew must find a way to negotiate a peace with the Gorn while trying to defeat the unstoppable killing machine.

25. Will - December 28, 2011

Is it just me or does it look like Kirk is grabbing the guys butt in that first panel?

26. Jeff - December 28, 2011

When I read the dialog in the preview, I hear the original cast’s voices. Hmm.

27. Aurore - December 28, 2011

“One of the great things about working with Bob [Orci] is that we are able to use the ongoing series to very subtly lay in clues to the next movie.”

Good to know, really…

Galileo Seven, Galileo Seven….

…………Ah…yes, the episode featuring Khan Noonien Singh, right?


28. ncc50446 - December 28, 2011

I’ve read the first 3, and admit…I find them kinda boring. I was hoping for new adventures, but they have just been repeats of episodes. And not just similar to TOS episodes, they have been copies, with a couple changes.
I don’t read them for the clues…I read them to be entertained…
Read a couple Star Trek comics lately, and been disappointed in them…I miss the Star Trek comics from the 90’s…

29. Aurore - December 28, 2011

“Sorry. I am Clueless. Even thinking about changing my name.”

Please, let me *attempt* to help you about the “changing my name” part.
How about….. dmdunKHAN?

My pleasure.

30. captain_neill - December 28, 2011

I will probably wait for the graphic novel with them all together. I did read the first one and I felt that it was just too derivitive of a better story on TV.

I would prefer new storries as I thought that was the whole purpose of the new universe. To tell new stories without the burden of canon, not to retel the classics. No matter what they do the originals wil always be better. And that goes for Khan as well.

31. Captain Rickover - December 28, 2011

I haven’t read it, but I’m sure it has to be something very, very tiny. Dr. Dehner would be a too big hint as will be the old beacon. BTW: It was in the original episode as well and can’t be a hont so far.

I suggest you all (who have the comic) look out for something small. Certain words from the minor characters for example.

32. CaptRobau - December 28, 2011

@ 14 Nony

-it’s set in 2258.25, or perhaps .56 – so near the beginning of the same year the movie events take place?

I wouldn’t count on it. In the first Galileo issue, the date is 2821.5. They’re very inconsistent switching between stuff from the classic and new Trek.

@ 20 Daoud

Maybe he expected history not to repeat itself in exactly the same detail.

Maybe he was afraid of tampering with time again (which he should’ve been after all those TOS episodes and movies). Who knows what would happened if the crash didn’t happen.

33. CmdrR - December 28, 2011

Take your stinking paws off my shuttle, you damn dirty apes!

If anything, the fact that Rand is on the Galileo is a good sign. Mmmm. Red velour….

34. rm10019 - December 28, 2011

This is great news and should slightly elevate the sales and attention paid to the comics.

35. Commodore Adams - December 28, 2011

This comics are wicked! I love how they are using select original series episodes and giving them a slight twist, very slight. E.g. like Dr. Dehner not coming aboard the Enterprise because McCoy is the doctor as apposed to the old dude originally in the episode. I love those slight changed.

And I don’t give an F what anyone thinks or says, to me these comics are alternate reality CANON! Just as the Countdown tied in the original universe and the alternate, to me its canon, until a movie or TV show says otherwise. I am perfectly happy believing B4 becomes “Data” and Picard is ambassador to Vulcan so on and so forth.

36. Cousin Itt - December 28, 2011

Alice Eve could be playing Dr. Dehner – very smart casting, if that’s it.

37. Travis - December 28, 2011

The Hint is the S.S. Botany Bay!!!

38. P Technobabble - December 28, 2011

I am wondering if the stories of WNMHGB, Galileo 7 and Space Seed will be combined, somehow…

39. Royal Canadian Institute for the Mentally Insane - December 28, 2011


Yes, Pocket had a number of books in the queue — including one which dealt with Spock (our Spock) and the trials of building a Vulcan Sanctuary, as I recall. They all got “indefinitely nixed”, and I think it was a good thing to do so — if the alternate universe is trying to establish its own canon, you can’t go publishing books willy-nilly. You need a Canon Czar.

The IDW comics are “blessed” by the new canon — there’ve been several statements to this, even here on trekmovie.com — which is why we’re getting them. Too many possibilities abound, but you can indeed take clues from what might weave its way into Trek 2013 from what we see (and don’t see) in the comics.

40. Robman007 - December 28, 2011

@38: Not quite. There is also Operation Annhilate, which is the next two parter.

@9: There were a bunch of new Trek novels planned, but they were cancelled. The story was they were pulled due to not wanting any conflicts with the new movie. Was kinda goofy, but consistant with anything related to the new flick. Example being the model of the 1701..cancelled with no real reason to why.

@35: Actually, I think Countdown is meant to be cannon…Trek Online follows the path of Countdown (Data reborn in B4, etc).

I think the hints to the film is they are examples of Kirk doing something that Starfleet thinks is rash or a sign that he is not ready…especially in Galilleo 7….not listening to a High Commissoner, his crew off and doing whatever they please.

The spoiler page above for G7 shows my biggest issue with the new movie…Spock/Uhura. All the sudden she has been turned into a chick that will use bedroom favors to get a better posting and then run off and do something like that behind the Captain’s back. Of course, they can’t
“bust” her in the comic, but what she does above would be well enough to kick her off the ship for good. Just annoying, the whole relationship story.

41. NuFan - December 28, 2011

Odd that they still haven’t done the Khan episode.

Actually no. Not odd at all.

42. John from Cincinnati - December 28, 2011

Well the first thing that jumps out at me about issues #1 and #4 is they are both retellings of original series episodes.

43. Jeyl - December 28, 2011

“Lieutenant Uhura. Where’s that shuttle go– Lieutenant? …Where’s my communications officer?”


Congratulations Star Trek Issue #4. You’ve finally given Uhrua something to do that’s both heroic and competent. A big step up from EVERYTHING she did in Trek09.

44. Jeyl - December 28, 2011

@22: “He is either in command of that vessel or he isn’t, and from the look of this, he isn’t. The real Kirk would have asked if she had any official objection to state for the record; and if not, to stow the attitude and do her job.”

What job?

45. MEO - December 28, 2011

While the idea of Uhura stealing a shuttle may look a bit stretchy, the idea of a shuttle being left behind to monitor the planet while the Enterprise rushes to deliver those medical supplies is not bad at all, I guess that even in the new timeline those shuttles are not really very comfortable but one or two crew members could handle a couple of days until the Enterprise is back or even attempt a rescue mission if the opportunity arises…

46. Joel - December 28, 2011

Haven’t picked up issue 4 yet, but from the first issue, it could have something to do with what happens to Mitchell. If what happened to Mitchell were to get back to the “CEO type character” that Peter Weller is playing, perhaps he wants to make a race of god-like men?

Who knows. Probably something so subtle, we’ll never figure it out…

Off to pick up #4!

47. CmdrR - December 28, 2011

Boma’s a dick in both timelines.

48. Endeavour Crew - December 28, 2011

#25 LMAO- you are right!!!

Hilarious. Maybe it’s a hint for the new movie……..lol

49. Jay - December 28, 2011

#30 You seem to be missing the point of having different media in entertainment.

Most people that see the movies will never read the comics, or even know they exist. The point of the new timeline is to free the writers/producers to tell new stories – IN THE MOVIES.

The comics allow them to give the hard core Trekkies some of what they want, which in large part is revisiting TOS stories within this new time line.

Having the comics allows them to do that, and tell new stories, without having to do it in the movie.

What alot of people that come here and complain about everything JJ and crew is doing dont seem to get, is that with the movies you get to tell one story every 3 to 4 years. Therefore you aren’t going to tell the same kind of stories you would if this were a weekly TV show, or a comic series. You can explore alot more variety in those mediums because you have a new story every week – or episode.

For the movies you are going to tell the bigger, more epic, drama filled stories – with the bad guys, life and death decisions, or events, etc.

50. Aurore - December 28, 2011



Sounds terrific.


51. Keachick - rose pinenut - December 28, 2011

Some people can’t even get hold of these comics. I have googled Whitcoulls, the bookstore most likely to have this series of comics imported and for sale, but alas so far, nothing.

Have you, Battle-scarred Sciatica, had any success finding the comics here in NZ, that is, assuming that you have been looking?

52. NCM - December 28, 2011

20. Daoud – December 27, 2011 :

Given Spock’s reluctance to mess with time-lines, I don’t picture him sharing the particulars of every mission the Prime crew undertook. Seems plausible to me that he’d let things play-out as they should, knowing that this time-line will be different, and that his interference could prevent the natural order and development of things in this universe.

@ 22. Odkin – December 27, 2011
“Uhura is neither Kirk’s moral superior nor his superior in judgment. His sheepish look while she glares accusingly frankly makes me sick.”

I’ve read the new comic and didn’t read the interchange between Kirk and Uhura to be anything like what you object to. To me, it’s clear that their shared glances acknowledge their mutual feelings–neither wants to leave the crew behind; both have bffs (pardon the ‘phrase’) down there.

@39 & 40; thanks for the response. I’d begun to think I’d imagined the books.

@43: Agreed!!

@49: Well said.

53. MJ - December 28, 2011

Sorry Orci, but putting a couple of nebulous at best clues in your comics is not going to be enough to get me to buy these ripoffs of the original Trek screenplay writers great works. Good luck with the cash grab though. :-)

54. Bucky - December 28, 2011

Argh, me wantie TPB now!

55. N - December 28, 2011

Those primitive men look like apes & nothing like TOS cavemen. boo!

56. Adolescent Nightmare - December 28, 2011


I know why.

57. Chris Miles - December 28, 2011

Having read only issues 1-3 (Have not seen issue 4 yet)

I am with #10 above and think that it’s got something to do with Elizabeth Dehner.

Another point where the universes diverge, as she’s not on the ship during Gary Mitchell’s esper moment in issue 1

From the dialolgue she’d obviously had some prior involvement with Bones

I am going out on a limb and suggest that the new cast member Alice Eve is this past love interest of McCoy’s (unless someone here has confirmed that she definitely is playing Chapel)

Could this StarFleet psychologist (Denher) have some current interest/ love interest in the film’s villain (the Character originally planned for Del Toro) or perhaps Peter Weller’s character?

Any hints in issue 4 to confirm this line of thinking?

58. dmduncan - December 28, 2011

50. Aurore – December 28, 2011

She tasks me. She tasks me, and I shall have her!

59. Harry Ballz - December 28, 2011


Take caution, dmduncan.

If you’re going to “engage” Aurore, you better bring your “A” game! I know first-hand.

60. Battle-scarred Sciatica - December 28, 2011

yeah Keachick.

i have an app on my iphone and i download them as they come.

i haven’t tried the latest reimaginings (or whatever the hell they are called these days :)).

i have got the Countdown series and i am currently scooping through the Khan series.

i remember when i used to get REAL comics from Harry Balls uncles shop in Norwich, Elm Hill in ol’ blighty.

aaaah, the good ol’ bad days!!!

weird to have a strange tenous link to the Ballsmeister – it leaves a kind warm after glow…

61. Harry Ballz - December 28, 2011


good to have you in the “inner circle”, pal!

62. NCM - December 28, 2011

Nice to see Uhura take an active, stand on her own role. I could even believe she’d shuttle off to save Spock, assuming shuttle flying is either a prerequisite for communications or is akin to driving an air-car–and she had a reasonable hope of success. If a psychic bond between the star-crossed lovers works like a homing device, then the story should allude to such possibility. I’m perfectly happy to join a collective effort to believe, but once again, the writers didn’t appear interested in meeting the consumer half-way.

I’m not crazy about the questionable romance and a number of other details, but I don’t expect the writers to be able to meet everyone’s expectations and I recognize that we fans don’t get to order off the Trek menu. What I find enormously disappointing is the new canon trail blazer’s utter lack of regard for plausibility. Such disregard dumbs down Trek to a prepubescent level. It’s embarrassing.

63. Keachick - rose pinenut - December 28, 2011

What is “bff”?

I would think that all bridge crew would know how to pilot a shuttle craft. Flying a shuttle craft would surely be part of standard training given to every Starfleet cadet. As far as I know today all astronauts have, at least, a pilot’s licence to fly a small plane.

Lt Uhura did not suggest that she go find the missing shuttle crew to the captain as he probably would have said “No” and neither of them had time to argue about it…

Are you referring to what is shown here on Trekmovie of Ongoing comics issue 4 when you say Trek is dumbed down to a prepubescent level?

What has Spock and Uhura possibly still being “star-crossed lovers” got to do with Lt Uhura independently searching for the missing Enterprise crew members, even if Spock is among those missing? Actually I would see that as being greater and more positive motivation for her to seek solutions, when she knows that the captain is unable to because of his more pressing duties.

64. MJ - December 29, 2011

@63 “What is “bff”?”

Don’t know? Nor do I know what “TPB” is. Don’t know what “Boma” is either?

Ah, where is my “Kindergarten language add-on pack” for my Universal Translator when I need it?

65. MEO - December 29, 2011

“bff” – best friends forever?

66. Tino - December 29, 2011

Since Dr. Dehner didn’t die in “Where No Man Has Gone Before”, she might pop up as (former) love interest of Bones in the new movie? Rand might be included as well, since we’ve seen her in “Galileo Seven”.

67. Battle-scarred Sciatica - December 29, 2011

@61 Ballzy

I certainly do not mind and feel feel honoured to be in your inner circle…

…it just when the outer rim gets circled its a worry! LOL


68. murphy - December 29, 2011

@ 25 Will:

“Is it just me or does it look like Kirk is grabbing the guys butt in that first panel?”

Thematic foreshadowing!

69. Mike H. - December 29, 2011

Well one thing that jumps out at me after reading the 4 published comics is this –

1. Spock and Uhura’s growing romance – I strongly believe that Spock and Uhura will enter marriage on New Vulcan. Or that Uhura will be the mother of Spock’s child in the 2013 film. Only the Klingons and Harry Mudd will bring chaos and death. Kirk may follow in his father’s shoes by saving Spock, Uhura and the unborn child – thus paralleling James Kirk’s own birth seen in the 2009 film.

2. James Kirk’s qualifications for starship command and his meteoric rise in rank. In the comics the question of how Kirk could be handed command so early comes into question. Granted he was key to defeating Nero, but still jealosy of Kirk might rise up when Kirk is confronted with older Captains or Admirals other than Pike.

3. In my first item above I mention the notion of New Vulcan. The UFP and Starfleet will be helping to relocate the survivng Vulcan population. Issue 7 will bring this issue to the fore front. Might the relocation be a source of conflict with the Klingons or some new threat?


70. Harry Ballz - December 29, 2011


What an evil comment, BsS.

I like it.

71. thebiggfrogg - December 30, 2011

Here is one clue: in this universe Boma is wearing a red shirt. Watch your back, Boma, watch your back.

72. Thebiggfrogg - December 30, 2011

25. and 68. A few things have changed in the new ‘verse. K/S indeed (that would explain Uhura’s glare too–“i know you stole my bf, commanding a-hole). Yikes another clue.

73. AJ - December 30, 2011


Uhura commits a crime in this instance, for which she should be arrested and court-martialed. It’s not about ‘seeking solutions’ when the Captain is ‘busy.’ There is not a suggestion box on the Bridge.

The first thing Spock would do in this case, if he is portrayed correctly, is escort her to jail, give her a ‘LL&P,’ and get out of town for good.

In “This Side of Paradise,” Spock identifies himself as “First Officer of the Enterprise” with a duty to “that man on the Bridge.” The JJ-verse Spock is not so different, and would never approve of abuse of the chain of command so that he can be rescued.

74. Keachick - rose pinenut - December 30, 2011

First, Lt Uhura did not do what she did just to rescue Spock. There were other crew members missing and possibly in mortal danger as well. I doubt she is as one-eyed as some people appear to be here.

How do you know there might not be a Suggestion Box on the bridge or, if not on the Bridge, in the Captain’s ready room? (Bob – does the captain get one in this universe?)

Actually, it is about seeking solutions, especially when you are that far away in outer space and about having a well co-ordinated team that understand and trust one another. Although I have not seen the comic, I believe that at the end Kirk is more “mad” at himself than with her, because he did not think of using one or two shuttles to continue the search in the way that Lt Uhura did. He was at first annoyed when he realized that the communications officer was not there, but no doubt when it was revealed where she was, he more than likely wished her “Godspeed”.

75. Spock/Uhura Fan - December 31, 2011

@# 2 Little Green Dude

:-D Good one.


P. S. (I have not read any other comments yet.)

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