Star Trek: Ongoing, Volume 3

Star Trek Ongoing Volume The countdown to the second Star Trek movie continues here In The Return of the Archons Kirk Spock and the crew search for a lost Starfleet ship that may hold clues to the future of the entire Fed

  • Title: Star Trek: Ongoing, Volume 3
  • Author: Mike Johnson Stephen Molnar Claudia Balboni
  • ISBN: 9781613775158
  • Page: 442
  • Format: Paperback
  • The countdown to the second Star Trek movie continues here In The Return of the Archons , Kirk, Spock, and the crew search for a lost Starfleet ship that may hold clues to the future of the entire Federation And in The Truth About Tribbles , the crew of the Enterprise encounters the classic alien species in an all new story inspired by the fan favorite episode StarThe countdown to the second Star Trek movie continues here In The Return of the Archons , Kirk, Spock, and the crew search for a lost Starfleet ship that may hold clues to the future of the entire Federation And in The Truth About Tribbles , the crew of the Enterprise encounters the classic alien species in an all new story inspired by the fan favorite episode Star Trek writer producer Roberto Orci oversees this latest chapter in the ongoing adventures of the starship Enterprise.Collects issues 9 12.

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    1. #1 – The Return of the Archons.Sachant à quel point j’adore ces Comics et l’univers des films, c’est vraiment dur de ne pas les dévorer les uns à la suite des autres, tellement ils se lisent rapidement.Dans ce premier numéro, nous suivons l’équipage de l’Enterprise qui est sur la piste d’une légende qui les a menés sur Beta III, comme quoi un vaisseau nommé l’Archon se serait volatilisé lors d’une mission d’exploration sur la planète. Cependant, il n’y a aucune tr [...]


    2. This was a good volume. The first story was a retelling of one of my favorite episodes, The Return of the Archons. The changes Johnson made were really inventive & took the story up a notch. Because of the changes it's probably my favorite retelling this series has done so far & is a great example of how this series should retell TOS episodes. What I mean is that Johnson took advantage of the comic medium & they did things with this story that would've been impossible for TOS to do v [...]


    3. IDW's Star Trek: Ongoing is my current favorite comic book series, and I've been really enjoying the graphic novel collections of the issues I've missed. I've also been waiting for the graphic novel collection that I'd fall in complete and utter love with -- and I'm pleased to say this was the one.The two stories in this collection continued the trend of adapting original series episodes for the new reboot-movies crew (in this case, "The Return of the Archons" and "The Trouble With Tribbles"). H [...]


    4. Sulu is given a lot more to do in the reimagining of the classic episode The Return of the Archons, a story that involves a missing Starfleet ship - the U.S.S. Archon - and the impact it had on the inhabitants of an alien world. There is a chilling finale that hint of Starfleet's involvement in said disappearance. The Truth About Tribbles is an original Earth and space-bound story involving the infamous furry creatures. It is an original story that isn't as engaging as previous stories. As broug [...]


    5. "The Return of the Archons" is a bit more of the same, though it is spiced up a bit by hinting at Section 31's involvement in the plot. I found "The Truth About Tribbles" to be the more entertaining of the two stories. I'm glad that this one is not so much copy-and-paste even though it's inspired by "The Trouble with Tribbles." It references the Tribbles easter egg in Scotty's place in the 2009 film, though it's a bit odd that Spock Prime wouldn't warn them about Tribble troubles (pardon the pun [...]


    6. From Roberto Orci, co-writer and producer of J.J. Abrams’ Star Trek, comes IDW’s graphic novel Star Trek: Volume 3. Part of the Countdown series leading to the next film, the book contains two stories, “The Return of the Archons!” and “The Truth About Tribbles!,” which begin developing plot threats and character arcs that will appear in Star Trek Into Darkness. Both of these comics are loose re-imaginings of TOS episodes; though it’s a pretty awkward pairing as “Archons” is int [...]


    7. "The Return of the Archons" is not usually considered a fan favorite by most people, though it did carry a common theme as Kirk came up against a computer that seemed to control a planetary population, turning utopia into a dystopia. There is an interesting twist thrown in with the alternate timeline, hinting that Starfleet (perhaps Section 31) may have played a role in what went wrong on this particular planet."The Trouble with Tribbles" definitely can be considered a fan favorite, and this vol [...]


    8. Honestly, how could this graphic novel not get 5 stars when it featured a Tribbles story? Both of the stories in this graphic novel were terrific, but let's face it, the Tribbles rule! Star Trek fans are going to love the Tribbles storyline but what really fascinated me is the multi-layered portrayal of Captain Pike. His character on the show and even the movie has always been the morally upright captain who was kinda bland (TV series) or a pseudo-father figure (movie) to Kirk. I liked where thi [...]


    9. OMG finally one of these that didn't come across as weak as hell. AND it gave us tribble biology! The art does still suck, but I really enjoyed the plots this time. The first was a pretty standard story (although it did leave an open thread that I hope doesn't get dropped), but the second was lovely. I've been curious how they were going to work tribbles into the plot of this verse ever since I saw one on Scotty's desk in the 09 movie. Learning about their biology was a great bonus - they aren't [...]


    10. I have purchased this volume mainly because it features the Troubles with Tribbles - I love that same episode in Star Trek: TOS. The first one (that about the colony which was originally a longterm experiment) was not exactly what I expected as the first-time reader of the IDW ongoing series. I'm not a fan of comics at all; however, the Star Trek franchise is quite fascinating me since J.J. Abrams directed his first reboot in 2009.I don't know exactly what to write into a review about it. Maybe [...]


    11. Volume Three of Star Trek was the best yet and has definitely saved my interest in the series. Apparently, picking the right episodes from Star Trek makes all the difference. Both Archon and The Trouble With Tribbles are just good science fiction stories that explore interesting ideas. They also break away from the plot formula I noted in my review of Volume Two. I hope that the writer(s) will continue to choose some of the most interesting episodes for this series, because I love getting to see [...]


    12. Another fantastic novel continuing the new Star Trek series. This novel has two stories again the first is about a planet and long lost ship from one hundred years ago that was all seen as a myth at Starfleet but since the Enterprise was nearby they thought they would check out the abandoned planet.but it was not abandoned at all.The second story is a wonderful Tribble story!!!! Enough said.if you know the original series, you will love that story! It also does explain how in the second new Star [...]


    13. So is this universe like, Darkest Timeline, or what? Well, maybe not THE darkest timeline, as that is the mirror universe, but maybe second to darkest timeline? Timeline of penultimate darkness? Because that would be AWESOME. (view spoiler)[OMG the Federation is like evil in the first story based on Return of the Archons. Like, having a mad scientist control some sort of medieval society by the washing of brains was the Federation's experiment all along! (hide spoiler)] Woah! That's dark! And th [...]


    14. I wasn't interested in buying this because the stories are re-imagined TOS episodes and I'd like to see a bit more creativity. That being said, the Archon story was alright and the Tribble story had a lot of humor in it. I enjoyed this more than I expected to.Minor complaint - (view spoiler)[if you ran across an armed bomb about to blow up some animals, would you really try to disarm it? Come on, that's just silly. (hide spoiler)]Borrowed from my local library.


    15. The Return of the Archons is much darker here than the original. Its also much more overt in challenging Kirk's decision to intervene. The Trouble with Tribbles is also more serious than the original. There is still levity in Scotty's flouting of conventional rules but it would be hard pressed to match the original.


    16. I was finally able to read this off Scribd.The first story is "The Return of the Archons," with a bit of a sinister twist on the original episode.The second story is "The Truth About Tribbles," where we finally get to see the Tribble homeworld.


    17. This series is improving by leaps and bounds. "The Return of the Archons" and "The Trouble with Tribbles" both get excellent reboot treatments. An introduction by David Gerrold, creator of the tribbles himself, adds to the fun.


    18. A very good comic. The stories depicted in here are very well done both story wise and from an artistic perspective. Both stories are based on actually episodes from the Original series of Star Trek and actually stayed pretty true the spirit of the source material.







    19. The reimagination of these classic episodes using the new movie timeline is amazing. I loved the little nuances and yet the fun of the episodes remain.I enjoyed it a lot.Sue me.






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