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Star Trek: The Newspaper Strips, Volume 1

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The latest hardback edition of the Star Trek Graphic Novel Collection brings you the newspaper comic strips published in the U.S between 1979 and 1983. They're classed as rarities among star trek comics and have only been back to print recently. These unique stories continue where the motion picture ended, taking the Enterprise’s crew to new worlds and new adventures. As a c The latest hardback edition of the Star Trek Graphic Novel Collection brings you the newspaper comic strips published in the U.S between 1979 and 1983. They're classed as rarities among star trek comics and have only been back to print recently. These unique stories continue where the motion picture ended, taking the Enterprise’s crew to new worlds and new adventures. As a collaboration between numerous talented artists and writers, these missions make up a truly colourful journey through space.


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The latest hardback edition of the Star Trek Graphic Novel Collection brings you the newspaper comic strips published in the U.S between 1979 and 1983. They're classed as rarities among star trek comics and have only been back to print recently. These unique stories continue where the motion picture ended, taking the Enterprise’s crew to new worlds and new adventures. As a c The latest hardback edition of the Star Trek Graphic Novel Collection brings you the newspaper comic strips published in the U.S between 1979 and 1983. They're classed as rarities among star trek comics and have only been back to print recently. These unique stories continue where the motion picture ended, taking the Enterprise’s crew to new worlds and new adventures. As a collaboration between numerous talented artists and writers, these missions make up a truly colourful journey through space.

39 review for Star Trek: The Newspaper Strips, Volume 1

  1. 5 out of 5

    Sean Loone

    Good bit of harmless fun here. I actually enjoyed the stories but found, for obvious reasons, the narrative repetitive at times. The quality of the written print also varied but I guess the originals from which these were taken go back to the 1970’s. It’s also quite long compared to the other volumes in the series and the ending does not feel finished - maybe next time?

  2. 5 out of 5

    John Skuza

  3. 5 out of 5

    Hector Navarro

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    Steven Lawrie

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    Ippino

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    Jeff Schmitt

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    Jim

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    James Cross

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    Benjamin Plume

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    Jay Dingsdale

  11. 5 out of 5

    Ian

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    Reuben Herfindahl

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    Rod Simmons

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    Mark

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    Crystal Bensley

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    Gregory Frazier

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    Mark Ricard

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    Alan

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    C. Edward Edward

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    Luke Bell

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    Duncan

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    Joshua Mormann

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    Iain Ross

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    Vic

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    Russell

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    Dennis Ticen

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    Marco

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    Steven

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    Peter Langdon

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    Travis

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    Nathan Brooks

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    Bill Winzenburg

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    Veronica Kozlowski

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    Duncan

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    Katie

  38. 5 out of 5

    Hannu Venesperä

  39. 5 out of 5

    Daniel Charlton

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