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In a parallel universe, the Vulcans were a humanoid species who were members of the United Federation of Planets in the 23rd and 24th centuries. A Vulcan named Spock was a member of the crew of the USS Enterprise in the 2260s.

Dr Selar was member of the crew of the USS Enterprise in the 24th century. A Starfleet Admiral was also a Vulcan.

Externally, the Vulcans appeared nearly identical to humans, the only differences being that they had pointed ears, arched eyebrows and a distinctive hairstyle. (COMIC: Assimilation²)

Alternate timeline[]

In an alternate future shown to Captain Jean-Luc Picard by the Eleventh Doctor, the Cybermen, using Borg technology, conquered Vulcan and converted the entire populace into Cybermen, their centuries of wisdom and advanced thought lost forever. (COMIC: Assimilation²)

Other references[]

Through watching Voyager out of love for her boyfriend Dave Young, Anji Kapoor knew that the eponymous starship's security officer was a Vulcan named Tuvok. (PROSE: The Slow Empire)

Behind the scenes[]

The Vulcans are one of the major races of the Star Trek universe. They have appeared in every television series and the majority of the movies.

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