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Star Trek comics have enjoyed almost continuous publication since 1967, spanning more than 1000 comics. Quality has varied, from hilariously off the mark to wonderfully reverential. But from one era to the next, Star Trek comics have not only lived long, but prospered. NEW LIFE AND NEW CIVILIZATIONS examines the long history of Star Trek in the four-color realm, featuring i Star Trek comics have enjoyed almost continuous publication since 1967, spanning more than 1000 comics. Quality has varied, from hilariously off the mark to wonderfully reverential. But from one era to the next, Star Trek comics have not only lived long, but prospered. NEW LIFE AND NEW CIVILIZATIONS examines the long history of Star Trek in the four-color realm, featuring insightful essays from popular Trek comic scribes and novelists, as well as other experts. From Sequart Organization. More information at http://sequart.org


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Star Trek comics have enjoyed almost continuous publication since 1967, spanning more than 1000 comics. Quality has varied, from hilariously off the mark to wonderfully reverential. But from one era to the next, Star Trek comics have not only lived long, but prospered. NEW LIFE AND NEW CIVILIZATIONS examines the long history of Star Trek in the four-color realm, featuring i Star Trek comics have enjoyed almost continuous publication since 1967, spanning more than 1000 comics. Quality has varied, from hilariously off the mark to wonderfully reverential. But from one era to the next, Star Trek comics have not only lived long, but prospered. NEW LIFE AND NEW CIVILIZATIONS examines the long history of Star Trek in the four-color realm, featuring insightful essays from popular Trek comic scribes and novelists, as well as other experts. From Sequart Organization. More information at http://sequart.org

42 review for New Life and New Civilizations: Exploring Star Trek Comics

  1. 5 out of 5

    Reuben Herfindahl

    A mixed bag. A good history, but the essays are uneven and it pretty much ignores what I consider the best run the comics ever had with the DC '89 run. A mixed bag. A good history, but the essays are uneven and it pretty much ignores what I consider the best run the comics ever had with the DC '89 run.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Rich Meyer

    Very detailed book on the various versions of the Star Trek comic books over the years, beginning with the Gold Key series in the late sixties to the current IDW series featuring the revamped Trek crew of the new movies. It even covers the comic books of the Peter Pan records from the seventies and the foreshortened comic strip that was to promote the first movie. A wealth of information, much of which from the actual people involved with the comics. Definitely worth a read if you want to know h Very detailed book on the various versions of the Star Trek comic books over the years, beginning with the Gold Key series in the late sixties to the current IDW series featuring the revamped Trek crew of the new movies. It even covers the comic books of the Peter Pan records from the seventies and the foreshortened comic strip that was to promote the first movie. A wealth of information, much of which from the actual people involved with the comics. Definitely worth a read if you want to know how a licensed property gets into four-color.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Eric Cone

    Joseph Berenato has brought some of the brightest minds in the sci-fi genre and comic book industry together, to bring us a top-notch anthology of essays focusing on the entirety of Star Trek comic's history; from Gold Key to IDW. This is a must-have reference guide for any comic's lover's collection. Joseph Berenato has brought some of the brightest minds in the sci-fi genre and comic book industry together, to bring us a top-notch anthology of essays focusing on the entirety of Star Trek comic's history; from Gold Key to IDW. This is a must-have reference guide for any comic's lover's collection.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Mark

    A first-rate collection of essays examining Star Trek comics from the early days of Gold Key to current comics from IDW.

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