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Review – Star Trek: Year Five #25 (IDW Publishing)

Review – Star Trek: Year Five #25 (IDW Publishing)

Publisher: Idw Publishing Writer(s): Jackson Lanzing, Collin Kelly, Jody Houser, Brandon Easton, Jim McCann, Paul Cornell Artist(s): Angel Hernandez, Silvia Califano, Stephen Thompson, Christopher Jones Colours: Charlie Kirchoff Release Date: 6th October 2021 Penned as a bridge “between the end of the five-year mission and the beginning of Star Trek: The Motion Picture”, this oversized epilogue certainly tries to give the majority of the U.S.S. Enterprise’s bridge crew their own individual moments in the sun. But whilst this approach arguably works quite well for the likes of James Tiberius Kirk as the Admiral ensures his participation on a last off-world mission before settling down as Chief of Starfleet Operations, the spotlight on some of the science fiction series’ secondary cast are far less successful, and debatably lack any credible logic as to their change of circumstances or personnel motivations. Indeed, perhaps one of this twenty-four page plot’s biggest problems is that it was composed by a committee of six separate authors, with each writer having their own take on just what a given character did following their Constitution-class starship’s refurbishment at the San Francisco Fleet Yards. A good example of this is Paul Cornell’s piece depicting Sulu and Chekov being [...]



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