There have been great villains throughout Star Trek’s 56-year history, but their version of Doctor Doom nearly broke the franchise. Over the years, fans have thrilled as larger-than-life villains such as Khan, Nero and the Borg menaced the galaxy, but in March 1970’s Star Trek #7, first published by Gold Key, readers met the evil Count Dressler–whose backstory violated not only established continuity but the very ethos of Star Trek as well.

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Author: Shaun Corley