Sunday, March 23, 2014

Review: Star Trek Volume 1

 

 

 

 

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Picking up where the 2009 movie left off. At the start of the book we find the barely repaired Enterprise on a diplomatic mission to bring aide to another planet. Of course the crew comes across an unusual signal that Kirk decides to investigate. The crew find the remains of a Starfleet ship and encounter an unusual energy that gives one of the crew telekinetic powers. This is definite fan service as it relates to a classic trek episode. I really loved the interplay between the characters. The writer really captures the personalities of each character and there is great dialogue and humor.

The second story Arc centers around a lost shuttle crew and how they find their way back to the Enterprise. The art is wonderful and there is a lot of racial diversity in the supporting cast. A great read for fans old and

A solid enjoyable read.

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