Star Trek
A new adventure tied directly to events from the second half of the hit CBS All Access series' first season, featuring all your favorite characters!...Or, at least, versions of them.Ten years before Kirk and Spock set off on their original five year mission, the crew of the U.S.S. Discovery visited the infamous Mirror Universe, and didn't like what they found. Now journey deeper into the alternate reality, and uncover more about the Mirror versions of Michael, Saru, Ash, Paul, and Sylvia as they learn that "Succession" can be a truly dangerous concept.Collects the four-issue series and the 2018 Annual.

Star Trek Details

TitleStar Trek
Author
ReleaseNov 20th, 2018
PublisherIDW Publishing
ISBN-139781684053605
Rating
GenreMedia Tie In, Star Trek, Sequential Art, Graphic Novels, Science Fiction, Comics

Star Trek Review

  • Devin Copes
    January 1, 1970
    This graphic novel picks up right after the USS Discovery leaves the Mirror Universe, where we get to witness the aftermath of Gabriel Lorca's attempted coup and the "interference" of the Discovery. It shows us just how bloodthirsty Mirror Universe and the Terran Empire really is, more so than we have been able to see on any episode of Discovery, TOS, or DS9. I won't give away the twist ending, but let's just say looking back I should have expected it but it did take me by complete surprise when This graphic novel picks up right after the USS Discovery leaves the Mirror Universe, where we get to witness the aftermath of Gabriel Lorca's attempted coup and the "interference" of the Discovery. It shows us just how bloodthirsty Mirror Universe and the Terran Empire really is, more so than we have been able to see on any episode of Discovery, TOS, or DS9. I won't give away the twist ending, but let's just say looking back I should have expected it but it did take me by complete surprise when I read it.
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  • Ed
    January 1, 1970
    Succession is far superior to the previous Star Trek: Discover comic mini-series and is one of the best IDW Star Trek comics overall. The plotting is very tightly paced and goes in some very surprising places, too. It's not surprising at all that one of the creators (Kristen Beyer) is a writer on the show; it truly feels like a natural continuation of the Mirror Universe episodes of season one of Discover. The art by Tony Shasteen is a great balance of cartooning with on-model character design. Succession is far superior to the previous Star Trek: Discover comic mini-series and is one of the best IDW Star Trek comics overall. The plotting is very tightly paced and goes in some very surprising places, too. It's not surprising at all that one of the creators (Kristen Beyer) is a writer on the show; it truly feels like a natural continuation of the Mirror Universe episodes of season one of Discover. The art by Tony Shasteen is a great balance of cartooning with on-model character design. The visual storytelling is very dynamic, too.
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  • James
    January 1, 1970
    Decent followup to the Discovery mirror universe. Basically everyone kills everyone sort of fun romp.
  • David Sanz
    January 1, 1970
    Qué pasó con los terranos después de la serie? Aquí están las respuestas.
  • Dennis Lynch
    January 1, 1970
    Complex story of politics and betrayals
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