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Star Trek: Manifest Destiny

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Star Trek: Manifest Destiny is a comic strip by IDW published in April 2016(1). The Klingon version (entitled "SachmoH San") was translated by Roger Cheesbro, Jeremy Cowan and Chris Lipscombe, members of the Klingon Language Institute. As a difference to the previously comic Blood Will Tell, this time the Klingon words are all written in Klingon letters (See MOVED TO... pIqaD).

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1 : The Klingons Return in IDW's Manifest Destiny, Out in April on Star Trek.com, published 19 January 2016

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Category: Appearance    Latest edit: 01 May 2016, by KlingonTeacher    Created: 02 Feb 2016 by KlingonTeacher
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