In the epic finale of IDW's new hit mini-series, past and present collide as our new crew finds the most unlikely allies in the heart of uncharted space! Can they finally come together and change the future of Starfleet forever?
The other standout moments " as always " relate to the work of Derek Charm, for which I'd love to see his art more across the IDW Publishing universe. Perhaps his arm could be twisted so he could do a stint on the main Star Trek run for a month or two? Read Full Review
This was actually a pretty well crafted ending to the story, I was worried that the story would end without us getting to hear from Uhura in regard to the message she left about the Wagner system. I liked the creative way the cadets solved the problem of being stuck in a parallel/pocket universe, the visuals of this issue were pretty solid, and there was even a bit of humor that was a nice companion to finish the series out. Star trek has created a fun and unique story in this book, one that was pleasantly surprising, and that is VERY DIFFERENT from Manifest destiny no1.