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{{Villain Infobox
 
{{Villain Infobox
 
|image = MirrorKirk.jpg
 
|image = MirrorKirk.jpg
|size = 250px
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|size = 200
 
|fullname = James T. Kirk
 
|fullname = James T. Kirk
|alias = Tiberius I
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|alias = Tiberius I
 
|origin = ''Star Trek'' episode ''Mirror, Mirror''
 
|origin = ''Star Trek'' episode ''Mirror, Mirror''
|occupation = Officer, Imperial Starfleet
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|occupation = Officer<br>
|skills = Combat<br>Leadership
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Imperial Starfleet
|hobby = Vaporizing People<br>Sleeping with the Captain's Women
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|skills = Combat<br>
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Leadership
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|hobby = Vaporizing People<br>
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Sleeping with the Captain's Women
 
|goals = Become Emperor
 
|goals = Become Emperor
|crimes = Genocide<br>Murder<br>Torture
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|crimes = Genocide<br>
|type of villain = Military
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Murder<br>
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Torture
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|type of villain = Genocidal Military Clone}}
 
{{quote|Spock, you traitorous pig! I'll hang you up by your Vulcan ears! I'll have you all executed!|Kirk, being taken into custody on the prime USS ''Enterprise''.}}
 
{{quote|Spock, you traitorous pig! I'll hang you up by your Vulcan ears! I'll have you all executed!|Kirk, being taken into custody on the prime USS ''Enterprise''.}}
'''James T. Kirk''' was a human male and denizen of the mirror universe. Introduced in the ''Star Trek'' episode ''Mirror, Mirror'', Kirk was that universe's counterpart of [[w:c:hero:James T. Kirk|James T. Kirk]].
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'''James T. Kirk''' is a denizen of the mirror universe, who was introduced in the ''Star Trek'' episode "Mirror, Mirror". Kirk was that universe's counterpart of [[w:c:hero:James T. Kirk|James T. Kirk]].
   
Like his prime counterpart, he was portrayed by [[wikipedia:William Shatner|William Shatner]].
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Just like his prime counterpart, he was portrayed by {{w|William Shatner}}, who also played [[Mayor Phlegmming]] in ''Osmosis Jones'', [[Kazar]] in ''The Wild'', [[General Shanker]] in ''Escape From Planet Earth'' and [[Two-Face (Batman vs Two-Face)|Two-Face]] in ''Batman vs. Two-Face''.
   
 
==Mirror, Mirror==
 
==Mirror, Mirror==
An officer in the [[Terran Empire]]'s [[Imperial Starfleet]], Kirk became first officer of the ISS ''Enterprise'' in the mid 2260s, under the command of Captain [[Christopher Pike]]. Kirk would later assassinate Pike and assume command of the ''Enterprise'', with the mirror universe version of [[Spock (Mirror Universe)|Spock]] acting as his first officer.
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An officer in the [[Terran Empire]]'s [[Imperial Starfleet]], Kirk became first officer of the ISS ''Enterprise'' in the mid 2260s, under the command of Captain [[Christopher Pike]]. Kirk would later assassinate Pike and assume command of the ''Enterprise'', with the mirror universe version of [[Spock (Mirror Universe)|Spock]] acting as his first officer.
   
In 2267 the mirror universe versions of Kirk, Montgomery Scott, [[Nyota Uhura]], and Leonard McCoy were all transposed with their prime universe counterparts when they beamed up from Halka during an ion storm. While their prime universe counterparts were more or less able to blend in, Kirk and his mirror universe compatriots were quickly exposed by the prime universe Spock, who had all four of them taken in to custody and placed in the brig.
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In 2267 the mirror universe versions of Kirk, Montgomery Scott, [[Nyota Uhura]], and Leonard McCoy were all transposed with their prime universe counterparts when they beamed up from Halka during an ion storm. While their prime universe counterparts were more or less able to blend in, Kirk and his mirror universe compatriots were quickly exposed by the prime universe Spock, who had all four of them taken in to custody and placed in the brig.
   
Furious, Kirk threatened to have Spock and security guards executed for treason, telling Spock he'd hang the Vulcan by his ears. When Spock and the guards were unmoved by Kirk's threats, Kirk tried to bribe his way out of the brig, but found Spock equally unmoved by Kirk's promises of power and wealth.
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Furious, Kirk threatened to have Spock and security guards executed for treason, telling Spock he'd hang the Vulcan by his ears. When Spock and the guards were unmoved by Kirk's threats, Kirk tried to bribe his way out of the brig, but found Spock equally unmoved by Kirk's promises of power and wealth.
   
 
Spock placed Kirk and the mirror universe crew in the transporter chamber, knowing that sooner or later the prime universe counterparts would activate the transporter and beam everyone back to their home universes.
 
Spock placed Kirk and the mirror universe crew in the transporter chamber, knowing that sooner or later the prime universe counterparts would activate the transporter and beam everyone back to their home universes.
   
After returning to the prime universe, the prime Kirk remarked that Kirk would find things changed if he had "read his Spocks correctly."
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After returning to the prime universe, the prime Kirk remarked that Kirk would find things changed if he had "read his Spocks correctly."
   
 
==Subsequent History==
 
==Subsequent History==
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===Novel Timeline===
 
===Novel Timeline===
Following his return home, Spock tried to convince Kirk to spare the Halkans, but was unsuccessful. Spock assassinated Kirk in his quarters and used the Tantalus Device in Kirk's quarters to dispose of Kirk's body. Spock assumed command of the ''Enterprise'', and as a number of Kirk's other supporters "disappeared" he was able to consolidate his power and assume leadership of the Empire.
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Following his return home, Spock tried to convince Kirk to spare the Halkans, but was unsuccessful. Spock assassinated Kirk in his quarters and used the Tantalus Device in Kirk's quarters to dispose of Kirk's body. Spock assumed command of the ''Enterprise'', and as a number of Kirk's other supporters "disappeared" he was able to consolidate his power and assume leadership of the Empire.
   
 
===Dark Mirror===
 
===Dark Mirror===
After the events of ''Mirror, Mirror'' Kirk continued in command of the ''Enterprise''. Spock transferred off the ship a short time later and took on a leadership role at Starfleet Headquarters. Resentful of Spock's increasing power, Kirk fabricated charges of treason and had evidence planted at Spock's residence. Spock was tried and executed. With Spock's death the reform efforts died and the Empire continued its conquests for another century.
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After the events of ''Mirror, Mirror'' Kirk continued in command of the ''Enterprise''. Spock transferred off the ship a short time later and took on a leadership role at Starfleet Headquarters. Resentful of Spock's increasing power, Kirk fabricated charges of treason and had evidence planted at Spock's residence. Spock was tried and executed. With Spock's death the reform efforts died and the Empire continued its conquests for another century.
   
 
===Shatnerverse===
 
===Shatnerverse===
Spock decided against assassinating Kirk, knowing that his life expectancy would be measured in hours if he killed Kirk. Spock convinced Kirk to spare the Halkans on the grounds that the Halkans were a Klingon client state and it might lead to war with the Klingons if he destroyed them. Acting as the power behind the throne, Spock arranged for Kirk to become Emperor Tiberius I, then deposed him. Angered over this, Kirk went to the Klingons and Cardassians, convincing them to form an alliance to overthrow the Empire so he could resume his leadership.
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Spock decided against assassinating Kirk, knowing that his life expectancy would be measured in hours if he killed Kirk. Spock convinced Kirk to spare the Halkans on the grounds that the Halkans were a Klingon client state and it might lead to war with the Klingons if he destroyed them. Acting as the power behind the throne, Spock arranged for Kirk to become Emperor Tiberius I, then deposed him. Angered over this, Kirk went to the Klingons and Cardassians, convincing them to form an alliance to overthrow the Empire so he could resume his leadership.
   
 
Over the years Kirk became obsessed with his counterpart, much like [[Jonathan Archer (Mirror Universe)|Jonathan Archer]] had with his own counterpart nearly a century earlier.
 
Over the years Kirk became obsessed with his counterpart, much like [[Jonathan Archer (Mirror Universe)|Jonathan Archer]] had with his own counterpart nearly a century earlier.
   
 
===Star Trek: Stargazer===
 
===Star Trek: Stargazer===
In this permutation of the mirror universe Kirk eventually died fighting the [[Klingon]]s in the Mutara sector.
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In this permutation of the mirror universe Kirk eventually died fighting the [[Klingons]] in the Mutara sector.
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Latest revision as of 02:56, August 1, 2020

Spock, you traitorous pig! I'll hang you up by your Vulcan ears! I'll have you all executed!
~ Kirk, being taken into custody on the prime USS Enterprise.

James T. Kirk is a denizen of the mirror universe, who was introduced in the Star Trek episode "Mirror, Mirror". Kirk was that universe's counterpart of James T. Kirk.

Just like his prime counterpart, he was portrayed by William Shatner, who also played Mayor Phlegmming in Osmosis Jones, Kazar in The Wild, General Shanker in Escape From Planet Earth and Two-Face in Batman vs. Two-Face.

Mirror, MirrorEdit

An officer in the Terran Empire's Imperial Starfleet, Kirk became first officer of the ISS Enterprise in the mid 2260s, under the command of Captain Christopher Pike. Kirk would later assassinate Pike and assume command of the Enterprise, with the mirror universe version of Spock acting as his first officer.

In 2267 the mirror universe versions of Kirk, Montgomery Scott, Nyota Uhura, and Leonard McCoy were all transposed with their prime universe counterparts when they beamed up from Halka during an ion storm. While their prime universe counterparts were more or less able to blend in, Kirk and his mirror universe compatriots were quickly exposed by the prime universe Spock, who had all four of them taken in to custody and placed in the brig.

Furious, Kirk threatened to have Spock and security guards executed for treason, telling Spock he'd hang the Vulcan by his ears. When Spock and the guards were unmoved by Kirk's threats, Kirk tried to bribe his way out of the brig, but found Spock equally unmoved by Kirk's promises of power and wealth.

Spock placed Kirk and the mirror universe crew in the transporter chamber, knowing that sooner or later the prime universe counterparts would activate the transporter and beam everyone back to their home universes.

After returning to the prime universe, the prime Kirk remarked that Kirk would find things changed if he had "read his Spocks correctly."

Subsequent HistoryEdit

Kirk's fate following the transposition varied in various licensed literature.

Novel TimelineEdit

Following his return home, Spock tried to convince Kirk to spare the Halkans, but was unsuccessful. Spock assassinated Kirk in his quarters and used the Tantalus Device in Kirk's quarters to dispose of Kirk's body. Spock assumed command of the Enterprise, and as a number of Kirk's other supporters "disappeared" he was able to consolidate his power and assume leadership of the Empire.

Dark MirrorEdit

After the events of Mirror, Mirror Kirk continued in command of the Enterprise. Spock transferred off the ship a short time later and took on a leadership role at Starfleet Headquarters. Resentful of Spock's increasing power, Kirk fabricated charges of treason and had evidence planted at Spock's residence. Spock was tried and executed. With Spock's death the reform efforts died and the Empire continued its conquests for another century.

ShatnerverseEdit

Spock decided against assassinating Kirk, knowing that his life expectancy would be measured in hours if he killed Kirk. Spock convinced Kirk to spare the Halkans on the grounds that the Halkans were a Klingon client state and it might lead to war with the Klingons if he destroyed them. Acting as the power behind the throne, Spock arranged for Kirk to become Emperor Tiberius I, then deposed him. Angered over this, Kirk went to the Klingons and Cardassians, convincing them to form an alliance to overthrow the Empire so he could resume his leadership.

Over the years Kirk became obsessed with his counterpart, much like Jonathan Archer had with his own counterpart nearly a century earlier.

Star Trek: StargazerEdit

In this permutation of the mirror universe Kirk eventually died fighting the Klingons in the Mutara sector.

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