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Star Trek: Year Five - Odyssey's End (Book 1) (edition 2020)

by Jackson Lanzing (Author)

Series: Star Trek: Year Five [2019] (1-6 collected), Star Trek

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Title:Star Trek: Year Five - Odyssey's End (Book 1)
Authors:Jackson Lanzing (Author)
Info:IDW Publishing (2020), Edition: Illustrated, 136 pages
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This series of three episodes harken from the end of the USS Enterprise's five year mission. Lanzing/Kelly/Easton does an excellent job with the voices and personalities of the crew, with a particular focus on Kirk's career ending as a captain and his desire to connect with his son, David. Each episode is its own story, the Enterprise has rescued an orphan, the consequences of which run through all three episodes. There are also aliens from some of the original series' episodes: Tholians, Iolians, and Klingons. The artwork is decent too. I hope Lanzing/Kelly/Easton continue this odyssey. ( )
  skipstern | Jul 11, 2021 |
Okay but disposable stories about the original series of Star Trek. There's an overarching storyline about a diplomatic crisis with the aliens from the TV episode "The Tholian Web" due to Kirk taking aboard a Tholian child, the sole survivor of an unexplained massacre. But there are also side trips to other planets for a sequel to "A Piece of the Action" and a Klingon confrontation complicated by a communication breakdown due to an alien artifact.

I understand this is a nostalgia cash-in, but I think I would rather have the crew seeking out new life and new civilizations instead of going back over plowed ground. ( )
  villemezbrown | May 9, 2020 |
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