Gene Roddenberry, visionary creator of Star Trek, was born on August 19, 1921. He beamed up on October 24, 1991. Today would have been his 95th birthday.
The Star Trek comic book license has been held by several publishers over the years: first by Gold Key from 1967 to 1978, then by Marvel from 1979 to 1981, and then by DC Comics starting in 1984. Star Trek comics are currently published by IDW.
These comics (and many more) are part of the DuGarm Collection at the University of Iowa Libraries: Special Collections.
Star Trek (Gold Key) #46 (August 1977), cover by Alden McWilliams
Star Trek (Marvel) v.1 #1 (April 1980), cover by Steve Leialoha
Star Trek (Marvel) v.1 #7 (October 1980), cover by Mike Nasser
Star Trek (DC) v.1 #1 (February 1984), cover by George Perez and Anthony Tollin
Star Trek (DC) v.1 #5 (June 1984), cover by Tom Sutton and Sal Amendola
Star Trek (DC) v.2 #14 (December 1990), cover by Jerome Moore
Twin Earths, the science fiction comic strip written by Oskar Lebeck and drawn by Alden McWilliams had both a daily and a Sunday storyline that were separate, the daily was on Earth and mostly spy vs Terran spy vs Russian spy, while the Sunday series were the adventures of an Earth and Terran boy on Terra.