Yes, it is definitely a Star Trek reference. In the original 60’s series, the shirts were either gold, blue or red.
The command staff wore gold and the science/medical staff wore blue. When they needed actors to play regular crew members, presumably enlisted personnel rather than officers, they were typically dressed in red shirts. But both Lt. Uhura and Chief Engineer Scott both wore red, so it wasn’t always consistent.
Away missions always included a few extras in red shirts. Obviously, they couldn’t kill off the stars, so if anyone dies, they usually wore one of the red shirts.
Is that Jim?
I’d prefer to never see Marx again. He always seems to detract from the story.
I hope it’s not Marx. I hope it’s not Marx. I hope it’s not Marx.
I could do without Marx ever again. But it is good to see Wally again, and we probably can’t get him back without Marx.
I had hoped I never saw Aaron Marx again. The only part of Endtown that I don’t like.
As usual, I just love the artwork! Aaron can tell a story with few, if any words.
In the 3rd panel of Wednesday’s strip, did it look like the ship had a face?
Is that a face on the ship in the third panel?
It’s going to bad enough having to wait until Wednesday!