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Marvel's Star Trek comic series launched in 1979, starting with the adaptation of The Motion Picture, and ran for two years after that. The crew of the Enterprise is brought back together to take up an urgent mission. Marvel's comic adaptation of the well-known movie offers a fresh view on this adventure and it also paves the way for the continuation that never happened on Marvel's Star Trek comic series launched in 1979, starting with the adaptation of The Motion Picture, and ran for two years after that. The crew of the Enterprise is brought back together to take up an urgent mission. Marvel's comic adaptation of the well-known movie offers a fresh view on this adventure and it also paves the way for the continuation that never happened on TV. Admiral Kirk and his crew go on a second five-year mission aboard a re-fitted Enterprise. Marvel's new tales can be seen as the comic version of the never-made Star Trek: Phase II TV series- the show that was supposed to continue the original series.


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Marvel's Star Trek comic series launched in 1979, starting with the adaptation of The Motion Picture, and ran for two years after that. The crew of the Enterprise is brought back together to take up an urgent mission. Marvel's comic adaptation of the well-known movie offers a fresh view on this adventure and it also paves the way for the continuation that never happened on Marvel's Star Trek comic series launched in 1979, starting with the adaptation of The Motion Picture, and ran for two years after that. The crew of the Enterprise is brought back together to take up an urgent mission. Marvel's comic adaptation of the well-known movie offers a fresh view on this adventure and it also paves the way for the continuation that never happened on TV. Admiral Kirk and his crew go on a second five-year mission aboard a re-fitted Enterprise. Marvel's new tales can be seen as the comic version of the never-made Star Trek: Phase II TV series- the show that was supposed to continue the original series.

38 review for Star Trek: Marvel Comics Part 1

  1. 4 out of 5

    Keith Bloomfield

    Fun to revisit this period of Star Trek history. Remember first reading these Marvel stories reprinted in black and white in the pages of Future Tense. Eaglemoss should be ashamed of themselves for selling this as the quality of the Marvel reprint is appalling. Some text is nearly unreadable and the overall presentation is shocking. There is absolutely no excuse for this. The Gold Key issue included, whilst six to seven years earlier is pretty well done. I’d seen several Gold Key stories reprint Fun to revisit this period of Star Trek history. Remember first reading these Marvel stories reprinted in black and white in the pages of Future Tense. Eaglemoss should be ashamed of themselves for selling this as the quality of the Marvel reprint is appalling. Some text is nearly unreadable and the overall presentation is shocking. There is absolutely no excuse for this. The Gold Key issue included, whilst six to seven years earlier is pretty well done. I’d seen several Gold Key stories reprinted in old UK Star Trek annuals and this one was new to me. Silly and totally unlike the parent series. Easier to get hold of than the original issues but it may have been worth the effort to do it as this reprint makes the stories look like garbage.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Steven

    Rated lower for the rather poor reproduction quality in the Marvel Comics section -- I suppose good quality film was unavailable, and that the book was assembled from whatever was available. The Gold Key issue at the end has much better reproduction, but is fairly laughable stuff - the art is generally clunky and well off-model. The presentation of the Marvel issues is disappointing, though.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jeff Schmitt

    Not even sure this rates 3 stars, to be honest. Been a LOTTA years since I’ve read the original Marvel run; it’s not great. Muddy art, poor coloring, weak stories. On to the next, I suppose

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    Gary

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    David Lomas

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    Chelsae

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