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The Star Lost (Star Trek : The Next Generation)
The Star Lost - Star Trek : The Next Generation
Author: Michael Jan Friedman
ISBN-13: 9781563890840
ISBN-10: 1563890844
Publication Date: 6/1993
Pages: 144
Rating:
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4 stars, based on 3 ratings
Publisher: DC Comics
Book Type: Paperback
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Excellent Read
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From back of comic book:

A routine shuttlecraft mission goes awry, leading Captain Picard to believe half his commnad crew has perished. Faced with continuing the mission of the U.S.S. Enterprise, the captain and crew must deal with their grief on their own time.

Unknown to the crew, though, is that the shuttle crew is not dead - just on the other side of the galaxy! Their epic struggle to survive and ultimately find their way home fuels this power-packed story with dynamic artwork.
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Collecting one of DC's finest NextGen storylines, from issues 20-24. Worf, Riker and other crew members are on a medical mission when their shuttlecraft disappears. The others are forced to come to terms with their presumed deaths, but they have urgent missions to complete. Beverly in particular is devastated, having lost her only son. The away team, of course, is still alive and must overcome a nest of enemies and a starship trap to reach safety. Meanwhile, the Enterprise assists the natives of a water world, but Deanna discovers these people are hiding a dark secret.
Michael Jan Friedman is one of Trek's favorite writers, and his run at DC comics is no exception. The characters are resourceful as always in facing their many challenges, but the grief of "the ones left behind" is truly powerful.
New painted cover art by Jason Palmer.
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The story of the Klingion God Kahless returning to the Klingon Homeworld to lead the Klingion Empire to a new era. But is this the same man that Klingion Legend proficied?
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REALLY GOOD READ IF YOU LOVE KLINGONS!
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A very good tale of the Next Generation. It Felt just like a T.V. episode.