Star Trek
The blockbuster series continues with an all-new STAR TREK adventure set after the events of STAR TREK BEYOND! Captain Kirk and the crew of the U.S.S Endeavour encounter a new threat to the Federation, but one very familiar to STAR TREK fans! Meanwhile, Spock and Uhura face an uncertain future on New Vulcan!

Star Trek Details

TitleStar Trek
Author
FormatKindle Edition
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseNov 9th, 2016
PublisherIDW
Number of pages22 pages
Rating
GenreMedia Tie In, Star Trek, Sequential Art, Comics, Science Fiction, Comic Book

Star Trek Review

  • Aron
    November 19, 2016
    Solid. Yeah I think this is gonna be a good series, the writing's good & the story is developing well. I realy like Shasteen's artwork & I think he draws this crew better than anyone. I just wish the issues were about 10 pgs longer, but I'm definitely enjoying anyway.
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  • Helix
    November 9, 2016
    November 9th is indeed a dark day for mankind.I won't spoil anything, but shit goes down, and all is not well, especially with Sulu's family. But more especially with the galaxy. My guess about the villain's (villains?) identity is on point, although I guess that has kinda been revealed since the beginning in an article about this series. The villain(s) are ruthless and relentless (and terrifying as hell, I've never seen TNG but wow, their reputation is truly well-deserved), and this issue kept November 9th is indeed a dark day for mankind.I won't spoil anything, but shit goes down, and all is not well, especially with Sulu's family. But more especially with the galaxy. My guess about the villain's (villains?) identity is on point, although I guess that has kinda been revealed since the beginning in an article about this series. The villain(s) are ruthless and relentless (and terrifying as hell, I've never seen TNG but wow, their reputation is truly well-deserved), and this issue kept me on the edge of my seat. In the first issue, we were introduced to the squad's new postings--or, in the case of Spock and Uhura, the location of their leave--and the end of it hinted about the villain. This issue doesn't waste any time, it picks up where the first one left off and shit immediately goes down.I love this. I love suffering and pain. Thanks for making me wait until next month for the next issue, IDW. The art is consistent and I really love it (why can't Ongoing be more like this, honestly?), the characterization is right on point, and the story is great so far. It's moving at warp speed and I'm not sure I like where it's heading (please don't make Kirk end up like Picard, please don't assimilate him, I'm begging you) but it's engaging and it's an enjoyable (if not somewhat traumatising) reading experience. Also, all the TOS things I've read and seen recently makes me realised...Kelvin timeline characters are pretty much screwed. I feel so sorry for them.
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  • John Shaw
    November 11, 2016
    Picking up after the events ofSTAR TREK BEYONDWe now see the former crew ofThe USS Enterprisesettling into new roles across the FederationKirk, Bones and Chekov( sniffle) are on temporary assignmentto the USS EndeavorSpock and Uhura are on New VulcanSulu is 1st Officer of The USS ConcordAnd Scotty has begun the unlikely role as instructor at Star Fleet AcademyAll is going well for our scattered familyand then of course all hell breaks looseThe Concord is attacked and destroyedRushing to their ai Picking up after the events ofSTAR TREK BEYONDWe now see the former crew ofThe USS Enterprisesettling into new roles across the FederationKirk, Bones and Chekov( sniffle) are on temporary assignmentto the USS EndeavorSpock and Uhura are on New VulcanSulu is 1st Officer of The USS ConcordAnd Scotty has begun the unlikely role as instructor at Star Fleet AcademyAll is going well for our scattered familyand then of course all hell breaks looseThe Concord is attacked and destroyedRushing to their aid The EndeavorPulls Sulu from the wreckagehe relays the message from the mysterious enemyResistance Is FutileOf course all Star Trek fans recognize the famous line as the battle cry of the Borgone of the great Big Badsfrom The Next Generation yearsHow will Kirk and his crew fareagainst an enemy that fought The Enterprise of the future to a standstill?Somehow I don't think James Tiberius Kirk can be counted out easily
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  • Brandie Sump
    May 12, 2017
    WowThe Borg sphere is more scary than the cube. It looks like an electronically induced Earth. That makes me shudder.
  • Amy Softa
    May 15, 2017
    Review To Come
  • Benjamin Featherston
    November 19, 2016
    The second issue of the new ongoing Star Trek series introduces the Borg to the Kelvin timeline, and feels every bit as energetic and exciting as the title suggests. Mike Johnson finds the perfect balance between the tone of the Kelvin films and what we expect from episodic Trek, crafting a story that so far is perfectly on-point. While the Borg have been over-utilized of late in Star Trek comics and novels, this story seems to mark a return to the Borg we know and love, their ominous and impers The second issue of the new ongoing Star Trek series introduces the Borg to the Kelvin timeline, and feels every bit as energetic and exciting as the title suggests. Mike Johnson finds the perfect balance between the tone of the Kelvin films and what we expect from episodic Trek, crafting a story that so far is perfectly on-point. While the Borg have been over-utilized of late in Star Trek comics and novels, this story seems to mark a return to the Borg we know and love, their ominous and impersonal behavior a perfect counterpoint to excellent character scene with Kirk and company. Most promising of all is the beginning of Sulu's quest to rescue his family, who were on board the Concord when it was destroyed. It remains to be seen whether Johnson can deliver any twists on the Borg, but their mysterious behavior in this issue suggests that he has a few tricks up his sleeve.
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