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  • Paperback: 104 pages
  • Publisher: IDW Publishing (July 24 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1613772866
  • ISBN-13: 978-1613772867
  • Product Dimensions: 16.5 x 0.5 x 25.7 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 272 g
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) 3.7 out of 5 stars 28 reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars July 24 2016
By BB449 - Published on
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars IT'S STAR TREK JIM, BUT NOT AS WE KNOW IT!!! Aug. 2 2013
By Greggorio! - Published on
Format: Paperback
I love this. I am a Trekkie from waaaaaaaay back and so something has to be really bad for me to can it. I ain't gonna can this! The art work is good. Not great but not bad either. The dialogue is classic trek but the lynch pin in this story - like all good Star Trek stories - is aimed at reinforcing the Federation mythology and its philosophies. We see brave men make command and personal decisions which place them into great personal danger. But they do it without blinking. And by the end of the first section of this volume, we have a stunning twist to the story which not only shocks the reader but compels them to continue reading. Great, classic stuff.

So for anyone who loves the new Star Trek movies, and to any of the "old" generation of Star Trek fan, I recommend, and implore you, to buy and to read (and immerse) yourself into this comic. may you all live long, and prosper!
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars It's Good Sept. 14 2012
By scifidude79 - Published on
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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.)
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The tale itself is extremely powerful & poignant as we the reader understand just have frustrating a people w/out emotion can be March 23 2015
By Paul L. - Published on
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The 2nd graphic novel based upon 2009's "Star Trek" is a re-telling of an original series episode & a brand new story that fits this particular timeline. The episode re-told is "Operation: Annhiliate!" which involves the Enterprise traveling to Deneva where the inhabitants of that world have gone mad due to neural parasites that have caused the inhabitants of the world to lose all sense of who they are. The story is also a background story for Kirk who finds his long lost brother, George, there & becomes a bit family oriented. What makes this story different in this timeline is the death of Kirk's father in the film which causes the brothers to become estranged something James Kirk blames his own brother on. It's a powerful connection & well done update to that story. The 2nd story, "Vulcan's Vengeance" is about as true to the new timeline as can be done. The story involves a crew from a Vulcan ship who have returned to the remnants of the planet in an attempt to retrieve anything they can from the homeworld. In the course of their finding debris, they find some of the red matter that they plan on using to get back at the Romulans for the destruction of their homeworld. The tale itself is extremely powerful & poignant as we the reader understand just have frustrating a people w/out emotion can be & how very easy it is to hate & want to destroy those that caused you the most pain. The use of Sarek in this story also makes for a nice addition to things & the resolution is done in a way that is absolutely consistent with this new timeline. Overall, 2 very good stories set in this alternate Trek timeline that we'll get to see more of on screen come May 2013.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars It's Okay... May 17 2014
By Joel B. Kirk - Published on
Format: Paperback
'Operation: Annihilate' is the reimagined episode in this volume. It ends on a more positive note than the live-action version. (I won't reveal that ending, to avoid spoiling anything!)

Yeoman Zahra Jamal, portrayed by actress Maurishka Taliaferro in the live-action episode, appears in 'Operation: Annihilate' adaptation as well as the succeeding original story, 'Vulcan's Vengeance.'

The original story, 'Vulcan's Vengeance' focuses on a group of Vulcans who want revenge on Romulans due to the destruction of planet Vulcan (seen in the 2009 "Star Trek" film). Note: One of the Romulan politician involved in the matter has a strong resemblance to the late actor Robert Mitchum. I assume that was intentional, but I wonder was that to make a metaphorical point based on who Mitchum was, or the kind of characters he portrayed? Or was it just a simple nod from a fan of the actor? (It was probably the latter).

I still have a nitpick that carries over from the first volume: Do these adventures take place during the five-year mission or before? At the time of this volume, the reboot crew still has yet to go on said five-year mission...and the original stories in the 'other' timeline took place during the five year mission. If not, these adaptations possibly are assignments given to the crew to handle.

The stories presented in this volume aren't deep, but they are quick, fun reads to pass the time. And, good for fans of the classic series and reboot crew to get their fix.