Star Trek: Mission's End

Star Trek Mission s End The most important lost tale of the Star Trek saga can now be told The final mission of the original Starship Enterprise and her crew What prompts Mr Spock and Doctor McCoy to retire from Starfleet Wh

  • Title: Star Trek: Mission's End
  • Author: Ty Templeton
  • ISBN: 9781600105401
  • Page: 245
  • Format: Paperback
  • The most important lost tale of the Star Trek saga can now be told The final mission of the original Starship Enterprise and her crew What prompts Mr Spock and Doctor McCoy to retire from Starfleet What earns Kirk his promotion to Admiral And what is the mystery of Archenar IV that threatens to tear the Federation itself apart All will be revealed in this collectioThe most important lost tale of the Star Trek saga can now be told The final mission of the original Starship Enterprise and her crew What prompts Mr Spock and Doctor McCoy to retire from Starfleet What earns Kirk his promotion to Admiral And what is the mystery of Archenar IV that threatens to tear the Federation itself apart All will be revealed in this collection of the five issue mini series, with appearances by fan favorite characters.

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    871 thoughts on “Star Trek: Mission's End”

    1. This is a well thought out and developed plot line. A First Contact at the start of their five year mission sets the scene for a repeat visit at the end. The species are interesting and the drama is exciting. It has some tongue in cheek references to 'redshirts' but the crew feel real and react appropriately. Bones also gets to demonstrate his leadership skills for once.I'd be lying if I didn't say I read it primarily for a different explanation on why the triumvirate split after the mission tho [...]


    2. I think the J.M. Dillard paperback the Lost years did a better job of telling the story of the last mission of the 5 year mission. This one was kinda beholden to sexist tone of TOS - Kirk was going to try to break the ban on women being captain, and there was a joke where the Red-shirts acknowledged that they were more likely to die. breaking the fourth wall on ST no thanks. Kirk talked about guilt of dead crew memembers as if Mitchell and Kelso were the only ones he lost.The Aliens and the sett [...]


    3. Bought this as part of a HumbleBundle once. Story and artwork are nothing to write home about, and the small font-size makes it hard to read on an iPad Air 2. Maybe it is because I have been spoiled by the much better DarkHorse 30th HumbleBundle, Fables, Black Magick, graphic novels.


    4. Centipedes and spiders on a planet that threatens the federation. Good introduction to the Star Trek movie. Section 31 strikes again.


    5. It was okay. There was some stuff I really liked. There was some stuff that was meh. Most of the book was in between.


    6. I actually enjoyed this more than I thought I would. The first issue begins prior to "Where No Man Has Gone Before," so we get to see more of Mitchell and Kelso before they meet their fates in TOS. And the final mission five years later comes full circle back to this world containing an arachnid species. Those along with the giant roaches remind me of King Kong, and I am glad that I am seeing them drawn in comic book form as opposed to realistic CGI that could be more unsettling. I imagine that [...]


    7. Why he became an admiral!Bought this graphic novel to answer a burning question, why did Jim Kirk become admiral after the first movie? Explanation not entirely clear but I suppose its one answer, novel not bad but also not good! Will get another graphic novel soon maybe another story will be better, here's hoping!


    8. This can be a fun book if you try to not think about details. The premise is a bit silly, and the author doesn't even have a consistent story! Whoever edited this did a poor job. I good portion of my entertainment was making fun of how silly this is.Issue 1: There is only one event where people die, and Kirk says to his log that 11 people died, then 12 in the next issue, and then 11 in the issue after that. He's not in a situation to be unaware of how many people died, and this isn't the Monty P [...]


    9. This is basically the last episode of the original Star Trek that never happened. It's the kind of story that fits in perfectly with the series, and the kind that they couldn't possibly have done with the limitations of special effects at the time. The story makes good use of concepts from the series history and even some from later series. It was a real treat to see characters from the Animated Series here, even if it was only briefly.Stephen Molnar's artwork is a little uneven at times, but ov [...]


    10. What is essentially the missing final episode of the original Star Trek television series turns out to be a surprisingly standard adventure set in fascinating alien settings. The lack of anything more epic and closure granting is somewhat irking, and even if you look at the story without the connotations of it being “the last mission” the whole is somewhat predictable and underwhelming. Not a bad book in any way, but there’s not that much in it that would be really memorable or particularl [...]


    11. The plot and characters are a bit hokey and paper-thin at times, but the somewhat heavy-handed morality and pacing are right there with most TOS episodes, so I have to give it a average score and admit it was a fun read, but not something I'll be recommending to everyone.


    12. Amusing entertainment and light revision of the Star Trek mythos. Tries to tie together everything from before the series premiere to before the first (TOS) film. The plot was a pretty fun. The aliens were very over-the-top. The art is above average. Recommended for Star Trek fans and completists.


    13. Another surprisingly nice TPB from IDW books. The story begins at the start of Kirk's first years as the captain of the Enterprise and literally comes full circle for his and the crew's final mission. A pretty good take on ST TOS with a light touch on issues pf slavery, religion and power.



    14. This was an absolutely wonderful story that would have been an incredibly satisfying ending to the short lived television show.


    15. For a missing price of the puzzle this book offers very little content. The story is dull and uninteresting. Don't waste your time.



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