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For the "regular" universe counterpart, see James T. Kirk.
For the counterpart in the timeline created by Nero's incursion, see James T. Kirk (alternate reality).
For the counterpart in Star Trek: Phase II, see James T. Kirk (Phase II).
For the counterpart in the alternate mirror universe in Star Trek: Remington, see James T. Kirk (mirror alternate).
James Tiberius Kirk
Mirror-Kirk
The mirror Kirk
Actor: William Shatner
Species: human
Gender: male
Hair: brown
Affiliation: Terran Empire, Starfleet
Stationed: ISS Enterprise
Rank: Captain
Insignia:
CAPT (TOS).png
Green (TOS).png
Mirror Kirk
uniform normally worn by James T. Kirk (mirror)

The mirror universe version of James Tiberius Kirk served the Terran Empire as the Starfleet captain of the ISS Enterprise during the 2260s.

Kirk rose to power by assassinating Enterprise captain Christopher Pike and subsequently carrying out various brutal acts of violence against his and the Empire's enemies, like executing thousands of colonists at Vega IX. He also stole the Tantalus field, a weapon capable of vaporizing enemies from distance, which he used to help his rise to power.

During this time, Marlena Moreau, a sciences division lieutenant, was his "woman".

In 2267, mirror Kirk and his "normal" universe counterpart were swapped in a transporter accident, so unique that the duo, when rematerialized, even wore their counterparts' uniform. Spock, the Enterprise's first officer, discovered Kirk was in fact a duplicate and imprisoned him to return him to the correct universe. (TOS: "Mirror, Mirror")

Upon traveling to the mirror universe in 2370, Deep Space 9 personnel Kira Nerys and Julian Bashir discovered the mirror Kirk had been overthrown by the mirror Spock, who had gained control of Kirk's Tantalus field and persuaded Kirk's woman Moreau to help him change the Empire for the better. (DS9: "Crossover")

Fan continuitiesEdit

"The Final Days" ContinuityEdit

In this continuity, Spock was forced to get rid of Kirk in self-defense because he realized Kirk intended to have him killed. ("The Final Days")

Officers of the starships Enterprise
CO XO CMO SCI ENG TAC SEC HELM NAV COMM
NCC-1701: Pike | Kirk Spock McCoy Spock Scott Sulu Chekov
NX-01 | NX-01 | NCC-1701 | NCC-1701 (alt) | NCC-1701 | NCC-1701-A | NCC-1701-B | NCC-1701-C | NCC-1701-D | NCC-1701-E

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