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by Joe Corroney,Joe Phillips,Mike Johnson

eBook Star Trek Volume 2 epub
  • ISBN: 1613772866
  • Author: Joe Corroney,Joe Phillips,Mike Johnson
  • Genre: Comics
  • Subcategory: Graphic Novels
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: IDW Publishing (July 24, 2012)
  • Pages: 104 pages
  • ePUB size: 1195 kb
  • FB2 size 1993 kb
  • Formats doc docx lrf lrf


Mike Johnson (Author), Joe Corroney (Artist), Joe Phillips (Artist) & 0 more. Only 4 left in stock (more on the way).

Mike Johnson (Author), Joe Corroney (Artist), Joe Phillips (Artist) & 0 more. Book 2 of 8 in the Star Trek Series. Only 6 left in stock (more on the way). Only 3 left in stock (more on the way).

By Mike Johnson Illustrated by Joe Corroney and Joe Philips. About Star Trek Volume 2. The voyages of the new crew of the Enterprise continue in this re-imagining of the original series using the altered timeline from the 2009 movie. Contained in this volume is the re-telling of the classic episode Operation: Annihilate! and an all-new, two-part story that takes place soon after the events of the first film! Star Trek writer/producer Roberto Orci oversees this original story set in the timeline leading up to the blockbuster 2012 sequel, Star Trek: Into Darkness!

Mike Johnson wrote the Star Trek ongoing series for IDW and currently writes the sequel series Star Trek: Boldly Go, both set in the Kelvin timeline of the films by .

Mike Johnson wrote the Star Trek ongoing series for IDW and currently writes the sequel series Star Trek: Boldly Go, both set in the Kelvin timeline of the films by . Abrams and Justin Lin. With fellow Orci/Kurtzman employee Tim Jones, he also wrote Star Trek: Nero and Star Trek: The Official Motion Picture Adaptation. While there aren't a lot of changes, they did do some things different, including creating a more edgy relationship between Kirk and his brother as a result of their father being dead. I won't say any more so as not to spoil anything, but this did change things a bit. Meanwhile, the second story in the book isn't even based on an Star Trek episode.

Joe Corroney,Joe Phillips. Black & White Illustrations, Colour Illustrations

Joe Corroney,Joe Phillips. Black & White Illustrations, Colour Illustrations. Mike Johnson wrote the Star Trek ongoing series for IDW and currently writes the sequel series Star Trek: Boldly Go, both set in the Kelvin timeline of the films by .

Mike Johnson, Joe Corroney (Illustrator). Joe Phillips (Illustrator). Star Trek Volume 2 (Paperback). Published July 24th 2012 by IDW Publishing. Paperback, 104 pages. Tim Bradstreet (Illustrator). ISBN13: 9785699955176.

Joe Phillips (Illustrator)

Joe Phillips (Illustrator). In the first two volumes, Star Trek feels very episodic which is appropriate since it revisits and from what I hear, updates or changes some of the ideas to fit with the new Star Trek movies. So that charm made me really enjoy the first volume, in the second volume, the episodic nature is a weakness.

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Read the comic books Star Trek Vol. 2 online on Bookmate Contained in this volume is the re-telling of the classic episode OPERATION: ANNIHILIATE! And an all-new two-part story that takes place soon after the events of the first. 2 online on Bookmate. Contained in this volume is the re-telling of the classic episode OPERATION: ANNIHILIATE! And an all-new two-part story that takes place soon after the events of the first film! Collects Star Trek

I’m only a casual Trekker.

I’m only a casual Trekker.

The voyages of the new crew of the Enterprise continue in this re-imagining of the original series using the altered timeline from the 2009 movie. Contained in this volume is the re-telling of the classic episode "Operation: Annihilate!" and an all-new, two-part story that takes place soon after the events of the first film! Star Trek writer/producer Roberto Orci oversees this original story set in the timeline leading up to the blockbuster film sequel!
Comments: (7)
Naa
While the concept is interesting, I usually end up wanting to o back and watch the original episode that the comic was based on. I do enjoy the differences at times. The end of Operation: Annihilation was a pleasant surprise. Also, I did like the next story being an original arc. The execution felt a bit more like overblown fan fiction, but I did appreciate the attempt to build on the consequences of the alternative universe. Compared to the second movie, the comic did a better job of exploring new territory and building on the fallout of the first movie. The comic actually made new antagonists. The comic also was more successful at working in scenes from the original cast in an organic way.

I will also say that the art is extremely well done. I enjoy looking at the book more than actually reading it. The writing is fine, but the art is exceptional.
Dorilune
I'm going to have to disagree with the previous reviewer. Obviously, "Operation: Annihilate!" is a re-telling of the classic episode of the same title. While there aren't a lot of changes, they did do some things different, including creating a more edgy relationship between Kirk and his brother as a result of their father being dead. I won't say any more so as not to spoil anything, but this did change things a bit. Meanwhile, the second story in the book isn't even based on an Star Trek episode. I know, I have them all on DVD. The plot stems from events that happened in the most recent movie that never happened in the "regular" Star Trek universe. So, it can't possibly be a re-used story. So, when the previous reviewer said they are simply taking episodes and making slight changes, it wasn't true.

All in all, I found this to be a good book. I'm not sure if it's worth the $17.99 list price, but it costs a lot less for the Kindle and even the paperback is reduced here, so no worries. (Star Trek graphic novels are usually overpriced, just like Star Wars graphic novels.)
Shalinrad
A really good remake of the old series. Good characterization and plots, along with highly entertaining additions. I just wish the stories were longer...
komandante
I knew this was a graphic novel when I purchased it, so I was not disappointed. I also own the actual hard copy version, but I wanted this on my Kindle. I had no problem reading it or seeing the images. Not sure why other people did. I love these new "takes" on the TOS episodes.
Qiahmagha
Excellent stories
Detenta
Amazing! The story Operation: Annihilate was great!! Art was well fine on both stories. My very first Star Trek comic Purchased and I don't regret it.
Runehammer
The first of two stories in this book is the best. A small warning involving spock In his undergarments. I am 11 and was genuinely shocked by the sudden change in cloths wearing... Warning: there is an annoying unresolved issue!!!! ): this is all I will say as to not spoil the rest, but this book is awesome and worth the money!!!
great
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