Star Trek: Ongoing, Vol. 1
The adventures of the Starship Enterprise continue in this new story that picks up where the blockbuster 2009 film left off! Featuring the new cast of the film, these missions re-imagine the stories from the original series in the alternate timeline created by the film, along with new threats and... show more
The adventures of the Starship Enterprise continue in this new story that picks up where the blockbuster 2009 film left off! Featuring the new cast of the film, these missions re-imagine the stories from the original series in the alternate timeline created by the film, along with new threats and characters never seen before! With creative collaboration from Star Trek writer/producer Roberto Orci, this new series begins the countdown to the much-anticipated movie sequel premiering in 2012!
Publish date: March 2012
Publisher: IDW Publishing
Pages no: 104
Edition language: English
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Series: Star Trek: Ongoing
Recently, I read my way through the Collected On-going Star Trek, its follow up series, and two special limited runs. I think it was a reaction to the Orange One’s comments about Charlottesville. The comics take place in the Kelvin Timeline. For those of you who are slightly clu...
Volume 1 is two very simple stories, straightforward but well told, little showcases for the characters. I'm sure the comic will build, but for now, this was a light and quick read I really enjoyed! And volume 2, while still simple, straightforward stories, the complexity of both the storytelling ...
These are neat tie-in novels to the Nu!Trek movies. They take episodes from the original series and revamp them to fit the new universe. It's great to see Gary Mitchell in the first story arc, and Janice Rand in the second. This volume is composed of the "Where No Man Has Gone Before" and the ...
*5+ Stars**The Gush* First let me say that I have loved Star Trek: The Original Series since I was...five, maybe longer. I grew up with it and nothing, not the movies or the subsequent TV series ever really meant the same to me. I liked some of them well enough, but nothing beat those three seasons....
A colorful adaptation of Star Trek with all the favorite characters. Not to be missed for the Star Trek/Comic fan. Nice clear art work and coloring.The enterprise receives a distress beacon from and old Star Fleet ship, one that disappeared over 200 years ago. They where attacked, many are dead, but...