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  • Anastasia Komananov
  • Anastasia Komananov
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  • thumb|Die russische Agentin Oberst Anastasia Komananov Oberst Anastasia Komananov ist eine russische Geheimagentin im Holoroman Julian Bashir, Geheimagent. Durch einen Transporterunfall ersetzt das Abbild von Major Kira das der originalen Anastasia Komananov. (DS9: )
  • Prior to her death, Col. Komananov had been caricatured in a "tawdry" British spy novel as a "slinky femme fatale", much to her chagrin. (TOS novel: The Rise and Fall of Khan Noonien Singh, Volume 1) This novel and her caricature were used, centuries later, by Julian Bashir's friend Felix in a secret agent holoprogam. In 2372, the transporter pattern of Kira Nerys was temporarily merged with this hologram leading to the Bajoran major's image being used for Komananov's likeness. (DS9 episode: "Our Man Bashir")
  • Anastasia Komananov (Russian: Анастасия Комананов) was a character in the holoprogram Julian Bashir, Secret Agent. She was an operative for the KGB, ranked Colonel, and a rival spy to the main character played by Julian Bashir. However, despite being on opposite sides of a Cold War between their respective nations, Bashir and Komananov respected each other's abilities and even became lovers within the program.
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  • Anastasia Komananov
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  • Active
Appearance
  • Human Female
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original purpose
holoprogram
activation date
  • 2372
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Occupation
  • Operative for the KGB
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  • Anastasia Komananov (Russian: Анастасия Комананов) was a character in the holoprogram Julian Bashir, Secret Agent. She was an operative for the KGB, ranked Colonel, and a rival spy to the main character played by Julian Bashir. However, despite being on opposite sides of a Cold War between their respective nations, Bashir and Komananov respected each other's abilities and even became lovers within the program. In 2372, the explosion of the USS Orinoco caused the transporter patterns of its crew to be temporarily stored within the holoprogram. The character of Komananov temporarily took on the physical characteristics of Kira Nerys. Given his character's romantic history with Komananov, Bashir naturally found the change jarring. (DS9: "Our Man Bashir") When Vic Fontaine was playing matchmaker for Kira and Odo, he modified the character of Anastasia Komananov to become Lola Chrystal. It took him an hour to get rid of her Russian accent. (DS9: "His Way") Writer Robert Hewitt Wolfe came up with the name "Anastasia Komananov", which is a tribute to the James Bond series' tradition of women with sexually suggestive names. (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Companion) As the holographic character of Komananov assumes the physical characteristics of Kira Nerys in "Our Man Bashir", the role was played by Kira actress Nana Visitor. She later commented, "I had great fun being Bashir's Bond girl." (The Official Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Magazine issue 16, pp. 48) The real Komananov appears in the Star Trek: The Eugenics Wars novel The Rise and Fall of Khan Noonien Singh, Volume One, where she is involved in a KGB coup against Mikhail Gorbachev in 1986.
  • thumb|Die russische Agentin Oberst Anastasia Komananov Oberst Anastasia Komananov ist eine russische Geheimagentin im Holoroman Julian Bashir, Geheimagent. Durch einen Transporterunfall ersetzt das Abbild von Major Kira das der originalen Anastasia Komananov. (DS9: )
  • Prior to her death, Col. Komananov had been caricatured in a "tawdry" British spy novel as a "slinky femme fatale", much to her chagrin. (TOS novel: The Rise and Fall of Khan Noonien Singh, Volume 1) This novel and her caricature were used, centuries later, by Julian Bashir's friend Felix in a secret agent holoprogam. In 2372, the transporter pattern of Kira Nerys was temporarily merged with this hologram leading to the Bajoran major's image being used for Komananov's likeness. (DS9 episode: "Our Man Bashir") Note: According to Russian naming conventions, the Colonel's surname should properly be Komananova (with an "a", since she is female).