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December 1988 Cover Image
By: Gene DeWeese
Uncounted centuries ago, an unknown race
from beyond our galaxy created a series of
interstellar gates - shortcuts across our
universe - and then disappeared, leaving
behind no clues to their fate, or the operation of
their system. Twice before, the Enterprise has
used the system to traverse the galaxy,
and returned each time no wiser
to the gates' operation.
Now it is imperative that they find out. For the
gates are breaking down, taking the very stars
in the sky with them. The fate of the galaxy
rests in the hands of the Enterprise crew, and
their ability to communicate not only with
creatures from another world - but from
another universe as well.
Not much to say about this one.
The premise is a bit too big in my opinion.
Maybe the inventor of Stargate got his idea from this.
There sure were (are) a lot of highly
advanced cultures "uncounted centuries ago".
If these cultures were so advanced then why did they die off?
Perhaps they weren't so advanced after all.