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Summary: Filler story in between the 2009 and 2013 Star Trek movies.
Review: I read this before watching the movie but wanted to wait to write the review until after seeing it. This comic contained lots of good foreshadowing for the movie (I also think I figured out the general premise for the next movie, and I’m sure there will be another one). Also, I liked the way it handled relationships between Spock & Kirk and Spock & Uhura (again, more foreshadowing).
However, the story as a standalone was just decent. So as not to spoil, let’s just say that the actions of the “bad guy” didn’t seem that rational; he could have done so much more if he really wanted to help if he had, uh, used his resources better. But I’ve come to not expect logic from these new Star Treks (whether movies or comics) and just enjoy the action-y goodness (which this comic was filled with) and the prettiness of Spock (yes, I know, I’m being very shallow). Still, TNG and the original Star Trek (and crush-worthy Seven of Nine) are still my favorites.