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Star Trek - Countdown to Darkness

Star Trek - Countdown to Darkness

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Star Trek - Countdown to Darkness

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Länge:
102 Seiten
28 Minuten
Herausgeber:
Freigegeben:
Apr 30, 2013
ISBN:
9783864252167
Format:
Buch

Beschreibung

Die Vorgeschichte zum neuen Star-Trek-Kinofilm! Exklusiv als Comic!

Wie auch schon beim letzten Star-Trek-Kinofilm von J.J. Abrams gibt es die offizielle Vorgeschichte wieder exklusiv als Comic. Viel ist noch nicht bekannt über die Geschichte des Films wie auch über die des Prequel-Comics. Soviel kann man aber verraten: Im ersten Teil von COUNTDOWN TO DARKNESS bereitet eine Routineuntersuchung eines Klasse-M Planeten unvorhergesehene Probleme, während Spock noch mit den Folgen der Geschehnisse des letzten Kinofilms zu ringen hat ...

Roberto Orci, Co-Produzent und Co-Drehbuchautor von STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS ist mitverantwortlich für die Geschichte des auf vier Ausgaben angelegten Prequels. Wer sich also schon mal mit einem gehörigen Wissensvorsprung in die kommenden Diskussionen um STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS - ab 9. Mai im Kino - gehen will, der muss nur das spannende Comic-Prequel lesen. Der Sammelband wird im schicken Hardcover oder im handlichen Softcover daherkommen.
Herausgeber:
Freigegeben:
Apr 30, 2013
ISBN:
9783864252167
Format:
Buch

Über den Autor

Mike Johnson began life as a sheepherder in Southern Idaho but became a world traveler thanks to the US Navy and his career with Douglas Aircraft. An aerospace design engineer scientist, he worked with many of this nation’s early astronauts. After retiring from McDonnell Douglas, Johnson became an advocate for senior citizens. He resided with his fourth wife of twenty-six years when he died on Christmas Eve in 2001 at the age of eighty-five.


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  • (3/5)
    The crew of the Enterprise discovers a high-frequency energy field on a planet with a level of development comparable to the Roman Empire on Earth. Kirk decides to take a look so he beams down with, Spock, Sulu and a red shirt. What they discover is a former captain of the Enterprise who is arming one side of the inhabitants against the other side who are being armed by the Klingons.The storyline is a basic Star Trek someone-screws-around-with-the prime-directive synopsis. How boring. We are introduced to the Klingons for the first time in this timeline. This must be the reason for this graphic novel. Otherwise, it was a big disappointment. The only interesting plot development was Spock having to deal with the death of his mother and the destruction of Vulcan. We get no information about John Harrison, the bad guy in the new movie. He is mention only once on the last page of the book.
  • (2/5)
    A prelude to JJ Abrams' second Star Trek movie, Star Trek Into Darkness.

    The drawings are OK, but the physical resemblance between the characters in the comic and the ones in the movie is often lacking. Some of the drawings -- e.g. the introduction of Uhura -- are rather ridiculous and seem to care more about looking cool than being realistic. (And lens flares -- really?)

    Unfortunately, the story is a big meh and suffers from at least one of the problems which makes the movie such a disappointment: the desperate attempts to introduce references to classic Star Trek characters and events.
  • (4/5)
    In an attempt to replicate the smash success of J.J. Abrams' first Star Trek film, IDW once again produces an authorized prequel to the new film Star Trek Into Darkness. On a routine survey mission to Phaedus, the crew of the Enterprise find themselves immersed in a planetary civil war. Kirk and Spock grapple with the Prime Directive when someone long thought dead reemerges. From a story conceived by Star Trek Into Darkness writer Orci and regular comic series scribe Johnson, Star Trek: Countdown to Darkness delivers a complete and powerful story, immersed in Star Trek lore and littered with abundant clues about the new feature. The graphic novel achieves its primary goal of creating excitement for Star Trek Into Darkness.