Star Trek #3

Writer: Collin Kelly, Jackson Lanzing Artist: Joe Eisma Publisher: IDW Publishing Release Date: January 4, 2023 Cover Price: $4.99 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 4
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When strange malfunctions begin to plague the USS Theseus mid-warp, Benjamin Sisko and his crew must band together to unveil the source behind the mysterious phenomena aboard the ship. But what initially appear as mere technological quagmires and strange happenings become a test that will determine the very fate of the universe.

  • 10
    COMICON - Scott Redmond Jan 9, 2023

    Everything about 'Star Trek' is a massive love letter to the franchise as a whole, picking through various characters and concepts to dive even deeper as the threads from various franchise entries are woven together into something greater. Yet, it works wonderfully to build things in its own fashion without being beholden to what might have come before. Any fan of the various series needs to be reading this book, and anyone looking to dive into Star Trek should as well because it's one of the best on the shelves. Read Full Review

  • 9.6
    SciFiPulse - Ian Cullen Jan 23, 2023

    The writing team made clever use of Q for this story and reuniting Q with Sisko was fun to see given that the characters have only encountered each other once and the DS9 series. The book leaves off with a fun tease for the next issue in which I think we will see Sisko visit a planet of Gods, hmm, I wonder if he will get to ask these gods if they need the use of his Starship. I'm pretty sure Scotty will have a word or two to say about that. All in all this story feels like a Star Trek story. Read Full Review

  • 8.7
    The Super Powered Fancast - Deron Generally Jan 4, 2023

    Rosanas and Eisma deliver some fantastic visuals throughout the issue and I love the style of the issue as well as the visual tension created. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    ComicBook.com - Jamie Lovett Jan 4, 2023

    Comics fans and creators like to talk about how the medium is like television or film without budget restrictions. It's a flawed analogy, but Star Trek #3 is a near-perfect test case for it. The issue takes a tried and true Star Trek formula, the Q episode, and presents it in comic book form. What you get is all of the hijinks of a classic Q story, but with his omnipotence on display far beyond what television would ever have allowed. Read Full Review

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