Star Trek: The Next Generation - Hive

Star Trek: The Next Generation - Hive

In the distant future the entire galaxy has been completely assimilated by Borg and its king... Locutus! The only hope lies in the past, in the hands of Captain Jean-Luc Picard and the crew of the Starship Enterprise - as Picard faces off against the Borg collective in one final, terrifying, and definitive encounter!...

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Title:Star Trek: The Next Generation - Hive
Author:Brannon Braga
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:1613775660
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:104 pages pages

Star Trek: The Next Generation - Hive Reviews

  • Alejandro
    Aug 28, 2013

    It lacks to exploit its real potential. I got this in its single comic book issues but I opted to make the review on this edition to be able to do a better overall review about it. It's a 4-issue miniseries. Creative Team: Writers: Brannon Braga & Terry Matalas Il...

  • May
    May 23, 2013

    It lacks to exploit its real potential. I got this in its single comic book issues but I opted to make the review on this edition to be able to do a better overall review about it. It's a 4-issue miniseries. Creative Team: Writers: Brannon Braga & Terry Matalas Il...

    This is a pretty good story that highlights Picard's strategic thinking, the Borg threat and the power of time travel. Still it will likely be enjoyed more by fans than new readers. It doesn't turn the Star Trek universe on its head, but this looks to be the standard in Star Trek comic...

    Excellent Star Trek story line. Well worth your time. ...

    Good story by Brannon Braga it was great to see the borg queen get her comeuppance book was quick to read i read it in 2 days would definitely read again ...

    Could have done without seeing Vash, but otherwise an interesting plot. Thanks to NetGalley and IDW Publishing for the ARC (sadly not the full book, though). ...

    OMG, this graphic novel was everything I could have ever wanted! Set post-Nemesis, Jean-Luc Picard is on shore leave with a lady friend, when he suddenly begins to hear the Borg Collective in his head, recalling his short stint as Locutus of Borg. The Borg Queen contacts Starfleet, urg...

    I remember when TNG first came out: so many Trekkies were angry that another crew would dare carry the torch of the Enterprise. It was (and still is) awesome to see how this crew carries on the legacy. The Borg has to be one of TNG's most memorable foes. Lots to like in this volume...

    An interesting post-nemesis cross-over between TNG crews and Titan (how else would you get Troy and Riker back?). The story is pre-JJ (where we already see B4 as having morphed into data), and this comic sets the stage for that to happen. A future Locutus, after the Borg have conquered...

    This was a very cool story featuring one of the most popular and threatening entities in the Trek universe. I thought the art style was good, and the story was engaging with each part flowing easily into the next. Now, I haven't seen any of the movies so I'm not completely familiar ...

    The graphic novel starts out with the Borg triumphant. They control all the planets in the galaxy. Locutus is their male leader although the Borg Queen is still present. A sort of metaphysical problem arises for Locutus. Now that the Borg have conquered everyone and still have not achi...

    Five hundred years in the future, the Borg have eliminated the Federation; in the present, the Borg Queen is asking Picard and the Federation to work together to stop a powerful alien race. I was excited to read about what happened, but it was a ruse and this comic turned into just ano...

    Oh the Borg.....oh you BORG!!!! Such a wonderful story that intersects so many of my favorite Star Trek characters and story lines and it was just SUCH a fun and wonderful graphic novel! I love that the wonderful shows I love and characters in the graphic novel are based on the faces w...

    An interesting graphic novel that focuses on the Borg. The story is fairly developed for such a short novel, but keeps the pace moving. While good, there are areas where I think it would have been nice to dive a little deeper and flesh out some issues. Worth a quick read and works as a...

    I really thought this was a well down graphic novel on a what if. In this story that spans over 500 years we see how Picard, Seven and Data deal with the Borg. What I really liked about it was that it addressed the psychological damage that the Borg does to the people who survive encou...

    Interesting plot This story has an interesting plot, featuring time travel, the borg, and various plot twists. The art is great. However, I was left wanting more. It?s great as a comic, but I feel like it could have been split into more parts and gone into more depth. A good ligh...

    As a certain half-vulcan would say...fascinating. I greatly enjoyed this comic. Although an important main character dies (no spoilers), I thought the comic was wonderful (And I hope you do too! ) ...

    Nope. ...

    This is a well written story with a twist, but the end was slightly confusing. ...

    Great Next gen adventure fighting the Borg with Seven of Nine but It was very confusing. ...

    Great Borg arc The interplay between seven of nine and Picard is great. The reappearance of Data was appreciated, though I wish there was more done with him. All in all a good read. ...

    Crazy concept The borg used to be scary... they lose every time now though. Time to actually make them formidable again or hang them up to dry. ...

    Gotta love a Borg story. ...

    This sure did a lot of grand, seemingly permanent stuff for random graphic novel. It was an entertaining read, but I don't think it served the characters well. I dig into this more in the latest episode of the All the Books Show https://soundcloud.com/allthebooks/ep... ...

    I'd say this is a 3.5/5. I rounded up because I was really enjoying much of the story. I really like the artwork in this. It's a quick read, but maybe it shouldn't have been. I feel like Seven of Nine's involvement in the plot should've meant that a couple more Voyager characters shoul...

    Moderately entertaining. I liked the incorporation of characters from more than just TNG. I really could have done without the Picard/Vash after-sex scene, which didn't really serve any purpose that couldn't have been served another way and only reminded me how they totally abandoned t...

    Loved the concept but felt like it read too much like a typical ST:TNG episode where the Mirror Universe is used a plot element so it could help "stretch" the acting range of the principles. Somehow I am suppose to buy that Picard recruited Seven of Nine for an earlier mission when I a...

  • Kim
    Jul 09, 2013

    It lacks to exploit its real potential. I got this in its single comic book issues but I opted to make the review on this edition to be able to do a better overall review about it. It's a 4-issue miniseries. Creative Team: Writers: Brannon Braga & Terry Matalas Il...

    This is a pretty good story that highlights Picard's strategic thinking, the Borg threat and the power of time travel. Still it will likely be enjoyed more by fans than new readers. It doesn't turn the Star Trek universe on its head, but this looks to be the standard in Star Trek comic...

    Excellent Star Trek story line. Well worth your time. ...

    Good story by Brannon Braga it was great to see the borg queen get her comeuppance book was quick to read i read it in 2 days would definitely read again ...

    Could have done without seeing Vash, but otherwise an interesting plot. Thanks to NetGalley and IDW Publishing for the ARC (sadly not the full book, though). ...

    OMG, this graphic novel was everything I could have ever wanted! Set post-Nemesis, Jean-Luc Picard is on shore leave with a lady friend, when he suddenly begins to hear the Borg Collective in his head, recalling his short stint as Locutus of Borg. The Borg Queen contacts Starfleet, urg...

    I remember when TNG first came out: so many Trekkies were angry that another crew would dare carry the torch of the Enterprise. It was (and still is) awesome to see how this crew carries on the legacy. The Borg has to be one of TNG's most memorable foes. Lots to like in this volume...

    An interesting post-nemesis cross-over between TNG crews and Titan (how else would you get Troy and Riker back?). The story is pre-JJ (where we already see B4 as having morphed into data), and this comic sets the stage for that to happen. A future Locutus, after the Borg have conquered...

    This was a very cool story featuring one of the most popular and threatening entities in the Trek universe. I thought the art style was good, and the story was engaging with each part flowing easily into the next. Now, I haven't seen any of the movies so I'm not completely familiar ...

    The graphic novel starts out with the Borg triumphant. They control all the planets in the galaxy. Locutus is their male leader although the Borg Queen is still present. A sort of metaphysical problem arises for Locutus. Now that the Borg have conquered everyone and still have not achi...

    Five hundred years in the future, the Borg have eliminated the Federation; in the present, the Borg Queen is asking Picard and the Federation to work together to stop a powerful alien race. I was excited to read about what happened, but it was a ruse and this comic turned into just ano...

    Oh the Borg.....oh you BORG!!!! Such a wonderful story that intersects so many of my favorite Star Trek characters and story lines and it was just SUCH a fun and wonderful graphic novel! I love that the wonderful shows I love and characters in the graphic novel are based on the faces w...

    An interesting graphic novel that focuses on the Borg. The story is fairly developed for such a short novel, but keeps the pace moving. While good, there are areas where I think it would have been nice to dive a little deeper and flesh out some issues. Worth a quick read and works as a...

    I really thought this was a well down graphic novel on a what if. In this story that spans over 500 years we see how Picard, Seven and Data deal with the Borg. What I really liked about it was that it addressed the psychological damage that the Borg does to the people who survive encou...

    Interesting plot This story has an interesting plot, featuring time travel, the borg, and various plot twists. The art is great. However, I was left wanting more. It?s great as a comic, but I feel like it could have been split into more parts and gone into more depth. A good ligh...

    As a certain half-vulcan would say...fascinating. I greatly enjoyed this comic. Although an important main character dies (no spoilers), I thought the comic was wonderful (And I hope you do too! ) ...

    Nope. ...

    This is a well written story with a twist, but the end was slightly confusing. ...

    Great Next gen adventure fighting the Borg with Seven of Nine but It was very confusing. ...

    Great Borg arc The interplay between seven of nine and Picard is great. The reappearance of Data was appreciated, though I wish there was more done with him. All in all a good read. ...

    Crazy concept The borg used to be scary... they lose every time now though. Time to actually make them formidable again or hang them up to dry. ...

    Gotta love a Borg story. ...

    This sure did a lot of grand, seemingly permanent stuff for random graphic novel. It was an entertaining read, but I don't think it served the characters well. I dig into this more in the latest episode of the All the Books Show https://soundcloud.com/allthebooks/ep... ...

    I'd say this is a 3.5/5. I rounded up because I was really enjoying much of the story. I really like the artwork in this. It's a quick read, but maybe it shouldn't have been. I feel like Seven of Nine's involvement in the plot should've meant that a couple more Voyager characters shoul...

    Moderately entertaining. I liked the incorporation of characters from more than just TNG. I really could have done without the Picard/Vash after-sex scene, which didn't really serve any purpose that couldn't have been served another way and only reminded me how they totally abandoned t...

    Loved the concept but felt like it read too much like a typical ST:TNG episode where the Mirror Universe is used a plot element so it could help "stretch" the acting range of the principles. Somehow I am suppose to buy that Picard recruited Seven of Nine for an earlier mission when I a...

    Sometimes great stories are told in one-shot alternate timelines. This is a prime example. There is lots of mayhem with the Borg, but more importantly, Picard and Seven's characters are shown almost flawlessly. Minor spoilers are needed to explain...continue at your own risk. (vi...

    I received this book from the publishers via netgalley.com I read this as a Star Trek fan (although this was somehow the first TNG comic I've ever read), so I'm not sure how it would be as a stand-alone comic. To me, it was awesome! It is a collection of 3 comics, and throughout the...

    Great artwork, with the story is written by Brannon Braga, the writers of Star Trek : The Next Generation through to Enterprise. So, we can expect the return of familiar faces (Captain Picard and friends, and some very small cameos from Star Trek : Voyager. But 7 of 9 has a big role), ...

    An interesting story, but it makes me ask one question - how the heck has the Federation lasted this long against the Borg? In practically every confrontation, fleets are wiped out, hundreds, thousands, even millions die. How does the Federation bounce back from that? I was curious ...

  • Apostolos
    Jul 16, 2017

    It lacks to exploit its real potential. I got this in its single comic book issues but I opted to make the review on this edition to be able to do a better overall review about it. It's a 4-issue miniseries. Creative Team: Writers: Brannon Braga & Terry Matalas Il...

    This is a pretty good story that highlights Picard's strategic thinking, the Borg threat and the power of time travel. Still it will likely be enjoyed more by fans than new readers. It doesn't turn the Star Trek universe on its head, but this looks to be the standard in Star Trek comic...

    Excellent Star Trek story line. Well worth your time. ...

    Good story by Brannon Braga it was great to see the borg queen get her comeuppance book was quick to read i read it in 2 days would definitely read again ...

    Could have done without seeing Vash, but otherwise an interesting plot. Thanks to NetGalley and IDW Publishing for the ARC (sadly not the full book, though). ...

    OMG, this graphic novel was everything I could have ever wanted! Set post-Nemesis, Jean-Luc Picard is on shore leave with a lady friend, when he suddenly begins to hear the Borg Collective in his head, recalling his short stint as Locutus of Borg. The Borg Queen contacts Starfleet, urg...

    I remember when TNG first came out: so many Trekkies were angry that another crew would dare carry the torch of the Enterprise. It was (and still is) awesome to see how this crew carries on the legacy. The Borg has to be one of TNG's most memorable foes. Lots to like in this volume...

    An interesting post-nemesis cross-over between TNG crews and Titan (how else would you get Troy and Riker back?). The story is pre-JJ (where we already see B4 as having morphed into data), and this comic sets the stage for that to happen. A future Locutus, after the Borg have conquered...

  • Eric
    Jul 01, 2019

    It lacks to exploit its real potential. I got this in its single comic book issues but I opted to make the review on this edition to be able to do a better overall review about it. It's a 4-issue miniseries. Creative Team: Writers: Brannon Braga & Terry Matalas Il...

    This is a pretty good story that highlights Picard's strategic thinking, the Borg threat and the power of time travel. Still it will likely be enjoyed more by fans than new readers. It doesn't turn the Star Trek universe on its head, but this looks to be the standard in Star Trek comic...

    Excellent Star Trek story line. Well worth your time. ...

    Good story by Brannon Braga it was great to see the borg queen get her comeuppance book was quick to read i read it in 2 days would definitely read again ...

    Could have done without seeing Vash, but otherwise an interesting plot. Thanks to NetGalley and IDW Publishing for the ARC (sadly not the full book, though). ...

    OMG, this graphic novel was everything I could have ever wanted! Set post-Nemesis, Jean-Luc Picard is on shore leave with a lady friend, when he suddenly begins to hear the Borg Collective in his head, recalling his short stint as Locutus of Borg. The Borg Queen contacts Starfleet, urg...

    I remember when TNG first came out: so many Trekkies were angry that another crew would dare carry the torch of the Enterprise. It was (and still is) awesome to see how this crew carries on the legacy. The Borg has to be one of TNG's most memorable foes. Lots to like in this volume...

    An interesting post-nemesis cross-over between TNG crews and Titan (how else would you get Troy and Riker back?). The story is pre-JJ (where we already see B4 as having morphed into data), and this comic sets the stage for that to happen. A future Locutus, after the Borg have conquered...

    This was a very cool story featuring one of the most popular and threatening entities in the Trek universe. I thought the art style was good, and the story was engaging with each part flowing easily into the next. Now, I haven't seen any of the movies so I'm not completely familiar ...

    The graphic novel starts out with the Borg triumphant. They control all the planets in the galaxy. Locutus is their male leader although the Borg Queen is still present. A sort of metaphysical problem arises for Locutus. Now that the Borg have conquered everyone and still have not achi...

    Five hundred years in the future, the Borg have eliminated the Federation; in the present, the Borg Queen is asking Picard and the Federation to work together to stop a powerful alien race. I was excited to read about what happened, but it was a ruse and this comic turned into just ano...

    Oh the Borg.....oh you BORG!!!! Such a wonderful story that intersects so many of my favorite Star Trek characters and story lines and it was just SUCH a fun and wonderful graphic novel! I love that the wonderful shows I love and characters in the graphic novel are based on the faces w...

    An interesting graphic novel that focuses on the Borg. The story is fairly developed for such a short novel, but keeps the pace moving. While good, there are areas where I think it would have been nice to dive a little deeper and flesh out some issues. Worth a quick read and works as a...

    I really thought this was a well down graphic novel on a what if. In this story that spans over 500 years we see how Picard, Seven and Data deal with the Borg. What I really liked about it was that it addressed the psychological damage that the Borg does to the people who survive encou...

    Interesting plot This story has an interesting plot, featuring time travel, the borg, and various plot twists. The art is great. However, I was left wanting more. It?s great as a comic, but I feel like it could have been split into more parts and gone into more depth. A good ligh...

    As a certain half-vulcan would say...fascinating. I greatly enjoyed this comic. Although an important main character dies (no spoilers), I thought the comic was wonderful (And I hope you do too! ) ...

    Nope. ...

    This is a well written story with a twist, but the end was slightly confusing. ...

    Great Next gen adventure fighting the Borg with Seven of Nine but It was very confusing. ...

    Great Borg arc The interplay between seven of nine and Picard is great. The reappearance of Data was appreciated, though I wish there was more done with him. All in all a good read. ...

  • Nicolas
    May 31, 2019

    It lacks to exploit its real potential. I got this in its single comic book issues but I opted to make the review on this edition to be able to do a better overall review about it. It's a 4-issue miniseries. Creative Team: Writers: Brannon Braga & Terry Matalas Il...

    This is a pretty good story that highlights Picard's strategic thinking, the Borg threat and the power of time travel. Still it will likely be enjoyed more by fans than new readers. It doesn't turn the Star Trek universe on its head, but this looks to be the standard in Star Trek comic...

    Excellent Star Trek story line. Well worth your time. ...

    Good story by Brannon Braga it was great to see the borg queen get her comeuppance book was quick to read i read it in 2 days would definitely read again ...

    Could have done without seeing Vash, but otherwise an interesting plot. Thanks to NetGalley and IDW Publishing for the ARC (sadly not the full book, though). ...

    OMG, this graphic novel was everything I could have ever wanted! Set post-Nemesis, Jean-Luc Picard is on shore leave with a lady friend, when he suddenly begins to hear the Borg Collective in his head, recalling his short stint as Locutus of Borg. The Borg Queen contacts Starfleet, urg...

    I remember when TNG first came out: so many Trekkies were angry that another crew would dare carry the torch of the Enterprise. It was (and still is) awesome to see how this crew carries on the legacy. The Borg has to be one of TNG's most memorable foes. Lots to like in this volume...

    An interesting post-nemesis cross-over between TNG crews and Titan (how else would you get Troy and Riker back?). The story is pre-JJ (where we already see B4 as having morphed into data), and this comic sets the stage for that to happen. A future Locutus, after the Borg have conquered...

    This was a very cool story featuring one of the most popular and threatening entities in the Trek universe. I thought the art style was good, and the story was engaging with each part flowing easily into the next. Now, I haven't seen any of the movies so I'm not completely familiar ...

    The graphic novel starts out with the Borg triumphant. They control all the planets in the galaxy. Locutus is their male leader although the Borg Queen is still present. A sort of metaphysical problem arises for Locutus. Now that the Borg have conquered everyone and still have not achi...

    Five hundred years in the future, the Borg have eliminated the Federation; in the present, the Borg Queen is asking Picard and the Federation to work together to stop a powerful alien race. I was excited to read about what happened, but it was a ruse and this comic turned into just ano...

    Oh the Borg.....oh you BORG!!!! Such a wonderful story that intersects so many of my favorite Star Trek characters and story lines and it was just SUCH a fun and wonderful graphic novel! I love that the wonderful shows I love and characters in the graphic novel are based on the faces w...

    An interesting graphic novel that focuses on the Borg. The story is fairly developed for such a short novel, but keeps the pace moving. While good, there are areas where I think it would have been nice to dive a little deeper and flesh out some issues. Worth a quick read and works as a...

    I really thought this was a well down graphic novel on a what if. In this story that spans over 500 years we see how Picard, Seven and Data deal with the Borg. What I really liked about it was that it addressed the psychological damage that the Borg does to the people who survive encou...

    Interesting plot This story has an interesting plot, featuring time travel, the borg, and various plot twists. The art is great. However, I was left wanting more. It?s great as a comic, but I feel like it could have been split into more parts and gone into more depth. A good ligh...

    As a certain half-vulcan would say...fascinating. I greatly enjoyed this comic. Although an important main character dies (no spoilers), I thought the comic was wonderful (And I hope you do too! ) ...

    Nope. ...

    This is a well written story with a twist, but the end was slightly confusing. ...

    Great Next gen adventure fighting the Borg with Seven of Nine but It was very confusing. ...

    Great Borg arc The interplay between seven of nine and Picard is great. The reappearance of Data was appreciated, though I wish there was more done with him. All in all a good read. ...

    Crazy concept The borg used to be scary... they lose every time now though. Time to actually make them formidable again or hang them up to dry. ...

    Gotta love a Borg story. ...

    This sure did a lot of grand, seemingly permanent stuff for random graphic novel. It was an entertaining read, but I don't think it served the characters well. I dig into this more in the latest episode of the All the Books Show https://soundcloud.com/allthebooks/ep... ...

  • Andrew
    Oct 05, 2014

    It lacks to exploit its real potential. I got this in its single comic book issues but I opted to make the review on this edition to be able to do a better overall review about it. It's a 4-issue miniseries. Creative Team: Writers: Brannon Braga & Terry Matalas Il...

    This is a pretty good story that highlights Picard's strategic thinking, the Borg threat and the power of time travel. Still it will likely be enjoyed more by fans than new readers. It doesn't turn the Star Trek universe on its head, but this looks to be the standard in Star Trek comic...

    Excellent Star Trek story line. Well worth your time. ...

    Good story by Brannon Braga it was great to see the borg queen get her comeuppance book was quick to read i read it in 2 days would definitely read again ...

    Could have done without seeing Vash, but otherwise an interesting plot. Thanks to NetGalley and IDW Publishing for the ARC (sadly not the full book, though). ...

    OMG, this graphic novel was everything I could have ever wanted! Set post-Nemesis, Jean-Luc Picard is on shore leave with a lady friend, when he suddenly begins to hear the Borg Collective in his head, recalling his short stint as Locutus of Borg. The Borg Queen contacts Starfleet, urg...

    I remember when TNG first came out: so many Trekkies were angry that another crew would dare carry the torch of the Enterprise. It was (and still is) awesome to see how this crew carries on the legacy. The Borg has to be one of TNG's most memorable foes. Lots to like in this volume...

    An interesting post-nemesis cross-over between TNG crews and Titan (how else would you get Troy and Riker back?). The story is pre-JJ (where we already see B4 as having morphed into data), and this comic sets the stage for that to happen. A future Locutus, after the Borg have conquered...

    This was a very cool story featuring one of the most popular and threatening entities in the Trek universe. I thought the art style was good, and the story was engaging with each part flowing easily into the next. Now, I haven't seen any of the movies so I'm not completely familiar ...

    The graphic novel starts out with the Borg triumphant. They control all the planets in the galaxy. Locutus is their male leader although the Borg Queen is still present. A sort of metaphysical problem arises for Locutus. Now that the Borg have conquered everyone and still have not achi...

    Five hundred years in the future, the Borg have eliminated the Federation; in the present, the Borg Queen is asking Picard and the Federation to work together to stop a powerful alien race. I was excited to read about what happened, but it was a ruse and this comic turned into just ano...

    Oh the Borg.....oh you BORG!!!! Such a wonderful story that intersects so many of my favorite Star Trek characters and story lines and it was just SUCH a fun and wonderful graphic novel! I love that the wonderful shows I love and characters in the graphic novel are based on the faces w...

    An interesting graphic novel that focuses on the Borg. The story is fairly developed for such a short novel, but keeps the pace moving. While good, there are areas where I think it would have been nice to dive a little deeper and flesh out some issues. Worth a quick read and works as a...

    I really thought this was a well down graphic novel on a what if. In this story that spans over 500 years we see how Picard, Seven and Data deal with the Borg. What I really liked about it was that it addressed the psychological damage that the Borg does to the people who survive encou...

    Interesting plot This story has an interesting plot, featuring time travel, the borg, and various plot twists. The art is great. However, I was left wanting more. It?s great as a comic, but I feel like it could have been split into more parts and gone into more depth. A good ligh...

    As a certain half-vulcan would say...fascinating. I greatly enjoyed this comic. Although an important main character dies (no spoilers), I thought the comic was wonderful (And I hope you do too! ) ...

    Nope. ...

    This is a well written story with a twist, but the end was slightly confusing. ...

    Great Next gen adventure fighting the Borg with Seven of Nine but It was very confusing. ...

    Great Borg arc The interplay between seven of nine and Picard is great. The reappearance of Data was appreciated, though I wish there was more done with him. All in all a good read. ...

    Crazy concept The borg used to be scary... they lose every time now though. Time to actually make them formidable again or hang them up to dry. ...

    Gotta love a Borg story. ...

    This sure did a lot of grand, seemingly permanent stuff for random graphic novel. It was an entertaining read, but I don't think it served the characters well. I dig into this more in the latest episode of the All the Books Show https://soundcloud.com/allthebooks/ep... ...

    I'd say this is a 3.5/5. I rounded up because I was really enjoying much of the story. I really like the artwork in this. It's a quick read, but maybe it shouldn't have been. I feel like Seven of Nine's involvement in the plot should've meant that a couple more Voyager characters shoul...

    Moderately entertaining. I liked the incorporation of characters from more than just TNG. I really could have done without the Picard/Vash after-sex scene, which didn't really serve any purpose that couldn't have been served another way and only reminded me how they totally abandoned t...

    Loved the concept but felt like it read too much like a typical ST:TNG episode where the Mirror Universe is used a plot element so it could help "stretch" the acting range of the principles. Somehow I am suppose to buy that Picard recruited Seven of Nine for an earlier mission when I a...

    Sometimes great stories are told in one-shot alternate timelines. This is a prime example. There is lots of mayhem with the Borg, but more importantly, Picard and Seven's characters are shown almost flawlessly. Minor spoilers are needed to explain...continue at your own risk. (vi...

  • Cody
    Jan 05, 2019

    It lacks to exploit its real potential. I got this in its single comic book issues but I opted to make the review on this edition to be able to do a better overall review about it. It's a 4-issue miniseries. Creative Team: Writers: Brannon Braga & Terry Matalas Il...

    This is a pretty good story that highlights Picard's strategic thinking, the Borg threat and the power of time travel. Still it will likely be enjoyed more by fans than new readers. It doesn't turn the Star Trek universe on its head, but this looks to be the standard in Star Trek comic...

    Excellent Star Trek story line. Well worth your time. ...

    Good story by Brannon Braga it was great to see the borg queen get her comeuppance book was quick to read i read it in 2 days would definitely read again ...

    Could have done without seeing Vash, but otherwise an interesting plot. Thanks to NetGalley and IDW Publishing for the ARC (sadly not the full book, though). ...

    OMG, this graphic novel was everything I could have ever wanted! Set post-Nemesis, Jean-Luc Picard is on shore leave with a lady friend, when he suddenly begins to hear the Borg Collective in his head, recalling his short stint as Locutus of Borg. The Borg Queen contacts Starfleet, urg...

    I remember when TNG first came out: so many Trekkies were angry that another crew would dare carry the torch of the Enterprise. It was (and still is) awesome to see how this crew carries on the legacy. The Borg has to be one of TNG's most memorable foes. Lots to like in this volume...

    An interesting post-nemesis cross-over between TNG crews and Titan (how else would you get Troy and Riker back?). The story is pre-JJ (where we already see B4 as having morphed into data), and this comic sets the stage for that to happen. A future Locutus, after the Borg have conquered...

    This was a very cool story featuring one of the most popular and threatening entities in the Trek universe. I thought the art style was good, and the story was engaging with each part flowing easily into the next. Now, I haven't seen any of the movies so I'm not completely familiar ...

    The graphic novel starts out with the Borg triumphant. They control all the planets in the galaxy. Locutus is their male leader although the Borg Queen is still present. A sort of metaphysical problem arises for Locutus. Now that the Borg have conquered everyone and still have not achi...

    Five hundred years in the future, the Borg have eliminated the Federation; in the present, the Borg Queen is asking Picard and the Federation to work together to stop a powerful alien race. I was excited to read about what happened, but it was a ruse and this comic turned into just ano...

    Oh the Borg.....oh you BORG!!!! Such a wonderful story that intersects so many of my favorite Star Trek characters and story lines and it was just SUCH a fun and wonderful graphic novel! I love that the wonderful shows I love and characters in the graphic novel are based on the faces w...

    An interesting graphic novel that focuses on the Borg. The story is fairly developed for such a short novel, but keeps the pace moving. While good, there are areas where I think it would have been nice to dive a little deeper and flesh out some issues. Worth a quick read and works as a...

    I really thought this was a well down graphic novel on a what if. In this story that spans over 500 years we see how Picard, Seven and Data deal with the Borg. What I really liked about it was that it addressed the psychological damage that the Borg does to the people who survive encou...

    Interesting plot This story has an interesting plot, featuring time travel, the borg, and various plot twists. The art is great. However, I was left wanting more. It?s great as a comic, but I feel like it could have been split into more parts and gone into more depth. A good ligh...

    As a certain half-vulcan would say...fascinating. I greatly enjoyed this comic. Although an important main character dies (no spoilers), I thought the comic was wonderful (And I hope you do too! ) ...

    Nope. ...

    This is a well written story with a twist, but the end was slightly confusing. ...

  • Reanne
    Dec 06, 2014

    It lacks to exploit its real potential. I got this in its single comic book issues but I opted to make the review on this edition to be able to do a better overall review about it. It's a 4-issue miniseries. Creative Team: Writers: Brannon Braga & Terry Matalas Il...

    This is a pretty good story that highlights Picard's strategic thinking, the Borg threat and the power of time travel. Still it will likely be enjoyed more by fans than new readers. It doesn't turn the Star Trek universe on its head, but this looks to be the standard in Star Trek comic...

    Excellent Star Trek story line. Well worth your time. ...

    Good story by Brannon Braga it was great to see the borg queen get her comeuppance book was quick to read i read it in 2 days would definitely read again ...

    Could have done without seeing Vash, but otherwise an interesting plot. Thanks to NetGalley and IDW Publishing for the ARC (sadly not the full book, though). ...

    OMG, this graphic novel was everything I could have ever wanted! Set post-Nemesis, Jean-Luc Picard is on shore leave with a lady friend, when he suddenly begins to hear the Borg Collective in his head, recalling his short stint as Locutus of Borg. The Borg Queen contacts Starfleet, urg...

    I remember when TNG first came out: so many Trekkies were angry that another crew would dare carry the torch of the Enterprise. It was (and still is) awesome to see how this crew carries on the legacy. The Borg has to be one of TNG's most memorable foes. Lots to like in this volume...

    An interesting post-nemesis cross-over between TNG crews and Titan (how else would you get Troy and Riker back?). The story is pre-JJ (where we already see B4 as having morphed into data), and this comic sets the stage for that to happen. A future Locutus, after the Borg have conquered...

    This was a very cool story featuring one of the most popular and threatening entities in the Trek universe. I thought the art style was good, and the story was engaging with each part flowing easily into the next. Now, I haven't seen any of the movies so I'm not completely familiar ...

    The graphic novel starts out with the Borg triumphant. They control all the planets in the galaxy. Locutus is their male leader although the Borg Queen is still present. A sort of metaphysical problem arises for Locutus. Now that the Borg have conquered everyone and still have not achi...

    Five hundred years in the future, the Borg have eliminated the Federation; in the present, the Borg Queen is asking Picard and the Federation to work together to stop a powerful alien race. I was excited to read about what happened, but it was a ruse and this comic turned into just ano...

    Oh the Borg.....oh you BORG!!!! Such a wonderful story that intersects so many of my favorite Star Trek characters and story lines and it was just SUCH a fun and wonderful graphic novel! I love that the wonderful shows I love and characters in the graphic novel are based on the faces w...

    An interesting graphic novel that focuses on the Borg. The story is fairly developed for such a short novel, but keeps the pace moving. While good, there are areas where I think it would have been nice to dive a little deeper and flesh out some issues. Worth a quick read and works as a...

    I really thought this was a well down graphic novel on a what if. In this story that spans over 500 years we see how Picard, Seven and Data deal with the Borg. What I really liked about it was that it addressed the psychological damage that the Borg does to the people who survive encou...

    Interesting plot This story has an interesting plot, featuring time travel, the borg, and various plot twists. The art is great. However, I was left wanting more. It?s great as a comic, but I feel like it could have been split into more parts and gone into more depth. A good ligh...

    As a certain half-vulcan would say...fascinating. I greatly enjoyed this comic. Although an important main character dies (no spoilers), I thought the comic was wonderful (And I hope you do too! ) ...

    Nope. ...

    This is a well written story with a twist, but the end was slightly confusing. ...

    Great Next gen adventure fighting the Borg with Seven of Nine but It was very confusing. ...

    Great Borg arc The interplay between seven of nine and Picard is great. The reappearance of Data was appreciated, though I wish there was more done with him. All in all a good read. ...

    Crazy concept The borg used to be scary... they lose every time now though. Time to actually make them formidable again or hang them up to dry. ...

    Gotta love a Borg story. ...

    This sure did a lot of grand, seemingly permanent stuff for random graphic novel. It was an entertaining read, but I don't think it served the characters well. I dig into this more in the latest episode of the All the Books Show https://soundcloud.com/allthebooks/ep... ...

    I'd say this is a 3.5/5. I rounded up because I was really enjoying much of the story. I really like the artwork in this. It's a quick read, but maybe it shouldn't have been. I feel like Seven of Nine's involvement in the plot should've meant that a couple more Voyager characters shoul...

    Moderately entertaining. I liked the incorporation of characters from more than just TNG. I really could have done without the Picard/Vash after-sex scene, which didn't really serve any purpose that couldn't have been served another way and only reminded me how they totally abandoned t...

  • Gabriel Mero
    Feb 13, 2019

    It lacks to exploit its real potential. I got this in its single comic book issues but I opted to make the review on this edition to be able to do a better overall review about it. It's a 4-issue miniseries. Creative Team: Writers: Brannon Braga & Terry Matalas Il...

    This is a pretty good story that highlights Picard's strategic thinking, the Borg threat and the power of time travel. Still it will likely be enjoyed more by fans than new readers. It doesn't turn the Star Trek universe on its head, but this looks to be the standard in Star Trek comic...

    Excellent Star Trek story line. Well worth your time. ...

    Good story by Brannon Braga it was great to see the borg queen get her comeuppance book was quick to read i read it in 2 days would definitely read again ...

    Could have done without seeing Vash, but otherwise an interesting plot. Thanks to NetGalley and IDW Publishing for the ARC (sadly not the full book, though). ...

    OMG, this graphic novel was everything I could have ever wanted! Set post-Nemesis, Jean-Luc Picard is on shore leave with a lady friend, when he suddenly begins to hear the Borg Collective in his head, recalling his short stint as Locutus of Borg. The Borg Queen contacts Starfleet, urg...

  • Joe
    Jul 13, 2019

    It lacks to exploit its real potential. I got this in its single comic book issues but I opted to make the review on this edition to be able to do a better overall review about it. It's a 4-issue miniseries. Creative Team: Writers: Brannon Braga & Terry Matalas Il...

    This is a pretty good story that highlights Picard's strategic thinking, the Borg threat and the power of time travel. Still it will likely be enjoyed more by fans than new readers. It doesn't turn the Star Trek universe on its head, but this looks to be the standard in Star Trek comic...

    Excellent Star Trek story line. Well worth your time. ...

    Good story by Brannon Braga it was great to see the borg queen get her comeuppance book was quick to read i read it in 2 days would definitely read again ...

    Could have done without seeing Vash, but otherwise an interesting plot. Thanks to NetGalley and IDW Publishing for the ARC (sadly not the full book, though). ...

    OMG, this graphic novel was everything I could have ever wanted! Set post-Nemesis, Jean-Luc Picard is on shore leave with a lady friend, when he suddenly begins to hear the Borg Collective in his head, recalling his short stint as Locutus of Borg. The Borg Queen contacts Starfleet, urg...

    I remember when TNG first came out: so many Trekkies were angry that another crew would dare carry the torch of the Enterprise. It was (and still is) awesome to see how this crew carries on the legacy. The Borg has to be one of TNG's most memorable foes. Lots to like in this volume...

    An interesting post-nemesis cross-over between TNG crews and Titan (how else would you get Troy and Riker back?). The story is pre-JJ (where we already see B4 as having morphed into data), and this comic sets the stage for that to happen. A future Locutus, after the Borg have conquered...

    This was a very cool story featuring one of the most popular and threatening entities in the Trek universe. I thought the art style was good, and the story was engaging with each part flowing easily into the next. Now, I haven't seen any of the movies so I'm not completely familiar ...

    The graphic novel starts out with the Borg triumphant. They control all the planets in the galaxy. Locutus is their male leader although the Borg Queen is still present. A sort of metaphysical problem arises for Locutus. Now that the Borg have conquered everyone and still have not achi...

    Five hundred years in the future, the Borg have eliminated the Federation; in the present, the Borg Queen is asking Picard and the Federation to work together to stop a powerful alien race. I was excited to read about what happened, but it was a ruse and this comic turned into just ano...

  • Wes
    Aug 20, 2018

    It lacks to exploit its real potential. I got this in its single comic book issues but I opted to make the review on this edition to be able to do a better overall review about it. It's a 4-issue miniseries. Creative Team: Writers: Brannon Braga & Terry Matalas Il...

    This is a pretty good story that highlights Picard's strategic thinking, the Borg threat and the power of time travel. Still it will likely be enjoyed more by fans than new readers. It doesn't turn the Star Trek universe on its head, but this looks to be the standard in Star Trek comic...

    Excellent Star Trek story line. Well worth your time. ...

    Good story by Brannon Braga it was great to see the borg queen get her comeuppance book was quick to read i read it in 2 days would definitely read again ...

    Could have done without seeing Vash, but otherwise an interesting plot. Thanks to NetGalley and IDW Publishing for the ARC (sadly not the full book, though). ...

    OMG, this graphic novel was everything I could have ever wanted! Set post-Nemesis, Jean-Luc Picard is on shore leave with a lady friend, when he suddenly begins to hear the Borg Collective in his head, recalling his short stint as Locutus of Borg. The Borg Queen contacts Starfleet, urg...

    I remember when TNG first came out: so many Trekkies were angry that another crew would dare carry the torch of the Enterprise. It was (and still is) awesome to see how this crew carries on the legacy. The Borg has to be one of TNG's most memorable foes. Lots to like in this volume...

    An interesting post-nemesis cross-over between TNG crews and Titan (how else would you get Troy and Riker back?). The story is pre-JJ (where we already see B4 as having morphed into data), and this comic sets the stage for that to happen. A future Locutus, after the Borg have conquered...

    This was a very cool story featuring one of the most popular and threatening entities in the Trek universe. I thought the art style was good, and the story was engaging with each part flowing easily into the next. Now, I haven't seen any of the movies so I'm not completely familiar ...

    The graphic novel starts out with the Borg triumphant. They control all the planets in the galaxy. Locutus is their male leader although the Borg Queen is still present. A sort of metaphysical problem arises for Locutus. Now that the Borg have conquered everyone and still have not achi...

    Five hundred years in the future, the Borg have eliminated the Federation; in the present, the Borg Queen is asking Picard and the Federation to work together to stop a powerful alien race. I was excited to read about what happened, but it was a ruse and this comic turned into just ano...

    Oh the Borg.....oh you BORG!!!! Such a wonderful story that intersects so many of my favorite Star Trek characters and story lines and it was just SUCH a fun and wonderful graphic novel! I love that the wonderful shows I love and characters in the graphic novel are based on the faces w...

    An interesting graphic novel that focuses on the Borg. The story is fairly developed for such a short novel, but keeps the pace moving. While good, there are areas where I think it would have been nice to dive a little deeper and flesh out some issues. Worth a quick read and works as a...

    I really thought this was a well down graphic novel on a what if. In this story that spans over 500 years we see how Picard, Seven and Data deal with the Borg. What I really liked about it was that it addressed the psychological damage that the Borg does to the people who survive encou...

    Interesting plot This story has an interesting plot, featuring time travel, the borg, and various plot twists. The art is great. However, I was left wanting more. It?s great as a comic, but I feel like it could have been split into more parts and gone into more depth. A good ligh...

    As a certain half-vulcan would say...fascinating. I greatly enjoyed this comic. Although an important main character dies (no spoilers), I thought the comic was wonderful (And I hope you do too! ) ...

    Nope. ...

    This is a well written story with a twist, but the end was slightly confusing. ...

    Great Next gen adventure fighting the Borg with Seven of Nine but It was very confusing. ...

    Great Borg arc The interplay between seven of nine and Picard is great. The reappearance of Data was appreciated, though I wish there was more done with him. All in all a good read. ...

    Crazy concept The borg used to be scary... they lose every time now though. Time to actually make them formidable again or hang them up to dry. ...

  • Carol Gibson
    Apr 28, 2019

    It lacks to exploit its real potential. I got this in its single comic book issues but I opted to make the review on this edition to be able to do a better overall review about it. It's a 4-issue miniseries. Creative Team: Writers: Brannon Braga & Terry Matalas Il...

    This is a pretty good story that highlights Picard's strategic thinking, the Borg threat and the power of time travel. Still it will likely be enjoyed more by fans than new readers. It doesn't turn the Star Trek universe on its head, but this looks to be the standard in Star Trek comic...

    Excellent Star Trek story line. Well worth your time. ...

    Good story by Brannon Braga it was great to see the borg queen get her comeuppance book was quick to read i read it in 2 days would definitely read again ...

    Could have done without seeing Vash, but otherwise an interesting plot. Thanks to NetGalley and IDW Publishing for the ARC (sadly not the full book, though). ...

    OMG, this graphic novel was everything I could have ever wanted! Set post-Nemesis, Jean-Luc Picard is on shore leave with a lady friend, when he suddenly begins to hear the Borg Collective in his head, recalling his short stint as Locutus of Borg. The Borg Queen contacts Starfleet, urg...

    I remember when TNG first came out: so many Trekkies were angry that another crew would dare carry the torch of the Enterprise. It was (and still is) awesome to see how this crew carries on the legacy. The Borg has to be one of TNG's most memorable foes. Lots to like in this volume...

    An interesting post-nemesis cross-over between TNG crews and Titan (how else would you get Troy and Riker back?). The story is pre-JJ (where we already see B4 as having morphed into data), and this comic sets the stage for that to happen. A future Locutus, after the Borg have conquered...

    This was a very cool story featuring one of the most popular and threatening entities in the Trek universe. I thought the art style was good, and the story was engaging with each part flowing easily into the next. Now, I haven't seen any of the movies so I'm not completely familiar ...

    The graphic novel starts out with the Borg triumphant. They control all the planets in the galaxy. Locutus is their male leader although the Borg Queen is still present. A sort of metaphysical problem arises for Locutus. Now that the Borg have conquered everyone and still have not achi...

    Five hundred years in the future, the Borg have eliminated the Federation; in the present, the Borg Queen is asking Picard and the Federation to work together to stop a powerful alien race. I was excited to read about what happened, but it was a ruse and this comic turned into just ano...

    Oh the Borg.....oh you BORG!!!! Such a wonderful story that intersects so many of my favorite Star Trek characters and story lines and it was just SUCH a fun and wonderful graphic novel! I love that the wonderful shows I love and characters in the graphic novel are based on the faces w...

    An interesting graphic novel that focuses on the Borg. The story is fairly developed for such a short novel, but keeps the pace moving. While good, there are areas where I think it would have been nice to dive a little deeper and flesh out some issues. Worth a quick read and works as a...

    I really thought this was a well down graphic novel on a what if. In this story that spans over 500 years we see how Picard, Seven and Data deal with the Borg. What I really liked about it was that it addressed the psychological damage that the Borg does to the people who survive encou...

  • Andrew Beet
    Jan 28, 2014

    It lacks to exploit its real potential. I got this in its single comic book issues but I opted to make the review on this edition to be able to do a better overall review about it. It's a 4-issue miniseries. Creative Team: Writers: Brannon Braga & Terry Matalas Il...

    This is a pretty good story that highlights Picard's strategic thinking, the Borg threat and the power of time travel. Still it will likely be enjoyed more by fans than new readers. It doesn't turn the Star Trek universe on its head, but this looks to be the standard in Star Trek comic...

    Excellent Star Trek story line. Well worth your time. ...

    Good story by Brannon Braga it was great to see the borg queen get her comeuppance book was quick to read i read it in 2 days would definitely read again ...

  • Melissa
    Feb 13, 2013

    It lacks to exploit its real potential. I got this in its single comic book issues but I opted to make the review on this edition to be able to do a better overall review about it. It's a 4-issue miniseries. Creative Team: Writers: Brannon Braga & Terry Matalas Il...

    This is a pretty good story that highlights Picard's strategic thinking, the Borg threat and the power of time travel. Still it will likely be enjoyed more by fans than new readers. It doesn't turn the Star Trek universe on its head, but this looks to be the standard in Star Trek comic...

    Excellent Star Trek story line. Well worth your time. ...

    Good story by Brannon Braga it was great to see the borg queen get her comeuppance book was quick to read i read it in 2 days would definitely read again ...

    Could have done without seeing Vash, but otherwise an interesting plot. Thanks to NetGalley and IDW Publishing for the ARC (sadly not the full book, though). ...

  • Budianto
    Apr 15, 2013

    It lacks to exploit its real potential. I got this in its single comic book issues but I opted to make the review on this edition to be able to do a better overall review about it. It's a 4-issue miniseries. Creative Team: Writers: Brannon Braga & Terry Matalas Il...

    This is a pretty good story that highlights Picard's strategic thinking, the Borg threat and the power of time travel. Still it will likely be enjoyed more by fans than new readers. It doesn't turn the Star Trek universe on its head, but this looks to be the standard in Star Trek comic...

    Excellent Star Trek story line. Well worth your time. ...

    Good story by Brannon Braga it was great to see the borg queen get her comeuppance book was quick to read i read it in 2 days would definitely read again ...

    Could have done without seeing Vash, but otherwise an interesting plot. Thanks to NetGalley and IDW Publishing for the ARC (sadly not the full book, though). ...

    OMG, this graphic novel was everything I could have ever wanted! Set post-Nemesis, Jean-Luc Picard is on shore leave with a lady friend, when he suddenly begins to hear the Borg Collective in his head, recalling his short stint as Locutus of Borg. The Borg Queen contacts Starfleet, urg...

    I remember when TNG first came out: so many Trekkies were angry that another crew would dare carry the torch of the Enterprise. It was (and still is) awesome to see how this crew carries on the legacy. The Borg has to be one of TNG's most memorable foes. Lots to like in this volume...

    An interesting post-nemesis cross-over between TNG crews and Titan (how else would you get Troy and Riker back?). The story is pre-JJ (where we already see B4 as having morphed into data), and this comic sets the stage for that to happen. A future Locutus, after the Borg have conquered...

    This was a very cool story featuring one of the most popular and threatening entities in the Trek universe. I thought the art style was good, and the story was engaging with each part flowing easily into the next. Now, I haven't seen any of the movies so I'm not completely familiar ...

    The graphic novel starts out with the Borg triumphant. They control all the planets in the galaxy. Locutus is their male leader although the Borg Queen is still present. A sort of metaphysical problem arises for Locutus. Now that the Borg have conquered everyone and still have not achi...

    Five hundred years in the future, the Borg have eliminated the Federation; in the present, the Borg Queen is asking Picard and the Federation to work together to stop a powerful alien race. I was excited to read about what happened, but it was a ruse and this comic turned into just ano...

    Oh the Borg.....oh you BORG!!!! Such a wonderful story that intersects so many of my favorite Star Trek characters and story lines and it was just SUCH a fun and wonderful graphic novel! I love that the wonderful shows I love and characters in the graphic novel are based on the faces w...

    An interesting graphic novel that focuses on the Borg. The story is fairly developed for such a short novel, but keeps the pace moving. While good, there are areas where I think it would have been nice to dive a little deeper and flesh out some issues. Worth a quick read and works as a...

    I really thought this was a well down graphic novel on a what if. In this story that spans over 500 years we see how Picard, Seven and Data deal with the Borg. What I really liked about it was that it addressed the psychological damage that the Borg does to the people who survive encou...

    Interesting plot This story has an interesting plot, featuring time travel, the borg, and various plot twists. The art is great. However, I was left wanting more. It?s great as a comic, but I feel like it could have been split into more parts and gone into more depth. A good ligh...

    As a certain half-vulcan would say...fascinating. I greatly enjoyed this comic. Although an important main character dies (no spoilers), I thought the comic was wonderful (And I hope you do too! ) ...

    Nope. ...

    This is a well written story with a twist, but the end was slightly confusing. ...

    Great Next gen adventure fighting the Borg with Seven of Nine but It was very confusing. ...

    Great Borg arc The interplay between seven of nine and Picard is great. The reappearance of Data was appreciated, though I wish there was more done with him. All in all a good read. ...

    Crazy concept The borg used to be scary... they lose every time now though. Time to actually make them formidable again or hang them up to dry. ...

    Gotta love a Borg story. ...

    This sure did a lot of grand, seemingly permanent stuff for random graphic novel. It was an entertaining read, but I don't think it served the characters well. I dig into this more in the latest episode of the All the Books Show https://soundcloud.com/allthebooks/ep... ...

    I'd say this is a 3.5/5. I rounded up because I was really enjoying much of the story. I really like the artwork in this. It's a quick read, but maybe it shouldn't have been. I feel like Seven of Nine's involvement in the plot should've meant that a couple more Voyager characters shoul...

    Moderately entertaining. I liked the incorporation of characters from more than just TNG. I really could have done without the Picard/Vash after-sex scene, which didn't really serve any purpose that couldn't have been served another way and only reminded me how they totally abandoned t...

    Loved the concept but felt like it read too much like a typical ST:TNG episode where the Mirror Universe is used a plot element so it could help "stretch" the acting range of the principles. Somehow I am suppose to buy that Picard recruited Seven of Nine for an earlier mission when I a...

    Sometimes great stories are told in one-shot alternate timelines. This is a prime example. There is lots of mayhem with the Borg, but more importantly, Picard and Seven's characters are shown almost flawlessly. Minor spoilers are needed to explain...continue at your own risk. (vi...

    I received this book from the publishers via netgalley.com I read this as a Star Trek fan (although this was somehow the first TNG comic I've ever read), so I'm not sure how it would be as a stand-alone comic. To me, it was awesome! It is a collection of 3 comics, and throughout the...

    Great artwork, with the story is written by Brannon Braga, the writers of Star Trek : The Next Generation through to Enterprise. So, we can expect the return of familiar faces (Captain Picard and friends, and some very small cameos from Star Trek : Voyager. But 7 of 9 has a big role), ...

  • Elisa
    Feb 15, 2013

    It lacks to exploit its real potential. I got this in its single comic book issues but I opted to make the review on this edition to be able to do a better overall review about it. It's a 4-issue miniseries. Creative Team: Writers: Brannon Braga & Terry Matalas Il...

    This is a pretty good story that highlights Picard's strategic thinking, the Borg threat and the power of time travel. Still it will likely be enjoyed more by fans than new readers. It doesn't turn the Star Trek universe on its head, but this looks to be the standard in Star Trek comic...

    Excellent Star Trek story line. Well worth your time. ...

    Good story by Brannon Braga it was great to see the borg queen get her comeuppance book was quick to read i read it in 2 days would definitely read again ...

    Could have done without seeing Vash, but otherwise an interesting plot. Thanks to NetGalley and IDW Publishing for the ARC (sadly not the full book, though). ...

    OMG, this graphic novel was everything I could have ever wanted! Set post-Nemesis, Jean-Luc Picard is on shore leave with a lady friend, when he suddenly begins to hear the Borg Collective in his head, recalling his short stint as Locutus of Borg. The Borg Queen contacts Starfleet, urg...

    I remember when TNG first came out: so many Trekkies were angry that another crew would dare carry the torch of the Enterprise. It was (and still is) awesome to see how this crew carries on the legacy. The Borg has to be one of TNG's most memorable foes. Lots to like in this volume...

    An interesting post-nemesis cross-over between TNG crews and Titan (how else would you get Troy and Riker back?). The story is pre-JJ (where we already see B4 as having morphed into data), and this comic sets the stage for that to happen. A future Locutus, after the Borg have conquered...

    This was a very cool story featuring one of the most popular and threatening entities in the Trek universe. I thought the art style was good, and the story was engaging with each part flowing easily into the next. Now, I haven't seen any of the movies so I'm not completely familiar ...

    The graphic novel starts out with the Borg triumphant. They control all the planets in the galaxy. Locutus is their male leader although the Borg Queen is still present. A sort of metaphysical problem arises for Locutus. Now that the Borg have conquered everyone and still have not achi...

    Five hundred years in the future, the Borg have eliminated the Federation; in the present, the Borg Queen is asking Picard and the Federation to work together to stop a powerful alien race. I was excited to read about what happened, but it was a ruse and this comic turned into just ano...

    Oh the Borg.....oh you BORG!!!! Such a wonderful story that intersects so many of my favorite Star Trek characters and story lines and it was just SUCH a fun and wonderful graphic novel! I love that the wonderful shows I love and characters in the graphic novel are based on the faces w...

    An interesting graphic novel that focuses on the Borg. The story is fairly developed for such a short novel, but keeps the pace moving. While good, there are areas where I think it would have been nice to dive a little deeper and flesh out some issues. Worth a quick read and works as a...

    I really thought this was a well down graphic novel on a what if. In this story that spans over 500 years we see how Picard, Seven and Data deal with the Borg. What I really liked about it was that it addressed the psychological damage that the Borg does to the people who survive encou...

    Interesting plot This story has an interesting plot, featuring time travel, the borg, and various plot twists. The art is great. However, I was left wanting more. It?s great as a comic, but I feel like it could have been split into more parts and gone into more depth. A good ligh...

    As a certain half-vulcan would say...fascinating. I greatly enjoyed this comic. Although an important main character dies (no spoilers), I thought the comic was wonderful (And I hope you do too! ) ...

    Nope. ...

    This is a well written story with a twist, but the end was slightly confusing. ...

    Great Next gen adventure fighting the Borg with Seven of Nine but It was very confusing. ...

    Great Borg arc The interplay between seven of nine and Picard is great. The reappearance of Data was appreciated, though I wish there was more done with him. All in all a good read. ...

    Crazy concept The borg used to be scary... they lose every time now though. Time to actually make them formidable again or hang them up to dry. ...

    Gotta love a Borg story. ...

    This sure did a lot of grand, seemingly permanent stuff for random graphic novel. It was an entertaining read, but I don't think it served the characters well. I dig into this more in the latest episode of the All the Books Show https://soundcloud.com/allthebooks/ep... ...

    I'd say this is a 3.5/5. I rounded up because I was really enjoying much of the story. I really like the artwork in this. It's a quick read, but maybe it shouldn't have been. I feel like Seven of Nine's involvement in the plot should've meant that a couple more Voyager characters shoul...

    Moderately entertaining. I liked the incorporation of characters from more than just TNG. I really could have done without the Picard/Vash after-sex scene, which didn't really serve any purpose that couldn't have been served another way and only reminded me how they totally abandoned t...

    Loved the concept but felt like it read too much like a typical ST:TNG episode where the Mirror Universe is used a plot element so it could help "stretch" the acting range of the principles. Somehow I am suppose to buy that Picard recruited Seven of Nine for an earlier mission when I a...

    Sometimes great stories are told in one-shot alternate timelines. This is a prime example. There is lots of mayhem with the Borg, but more importantly, Picard and Seven's characters are shown almost flawlessly. Minor spoilers are needed to explain...continue at your own risk. (vi...

    I received this book from the publishers via netgalley.com I read this as a Star Trek fan (although this was somehow the first TNG comic I've ever read), so I'm not sure how it would be as a stand-alone comic. To me, it was awesome! It is a collection of 3 comics, and throughout the...

  • Kacey
    Apr 23, 2019

    It lacks to exploit its real potential. I got this in its single comic book issues but I opted to make the review on this edition to be able to do a better overall review about it. It's a 4-issue miniseries. Creative Team: Writers: Brannon Braga & Terry Matalas Il...

    This is a pretty good story that highlights Picard's strategic thinking, the Borg threat and the power of time travel. Still it will likely be enjoyed more by fans than new readers. It doesn't turn the Star Trek universe on its head, but this looks to be the standard in Star Trek comic...

    Excellent Star Trek story line. Well worth your time. ...

    Good story by Brannon Braga it was great to see the borg queen get her comeuppance book was quick to read i read it in 2 days would definitely read again ...

    Could have done without seeing Vash, but otherwise an interesting plot. Thanks to NetGalley and IDW Publishing for the ARC (sadly not the full book, though). ...

    OMG, this graphic novel was everything I could have ever wanted! Set post-Nemesis, Jean-Luc Picard is on shore leave with a lady friend, when he suddenly begins to hear the Borg Collective in his head, recalling his short stint as Locutus of Borg. The Borg Queen contacts Starfleet, urg...

    I remember when TNG first came out: so many Trekkies were angry that another crew would dare carry the torch of the Enterprise. It was (and still is) awesome to see how this crew carries on the legacy. The Borg has to be one of TNG's most memorable foes. Lots to like in this volume...

    An interesting post-nemesis cross-over between TNG crews and Titan (how else would you get Troy and Riker back?). The story is pre-JJ (where we already see B4 as having morphed into data), and this comic sets the stage for that to happen. A future Locutus, after the Borg have conquered...

    This was a very cool story featuring one of the most popular and threatening entities in the Trek universe. I thought the art style was good, and the story was engaging with each part flowing easily into the next. Now, I haven't seen any of the movies so I'm not completely familiar ...

  • Chris Robertson
    Mar 25, 2018

    It lacks to exploit its real potential. I got this in its single comic book issues but I opted to make the review on this edition to be able to do a better overall review about it. It's a 4-issue miniseries. Creative Team: Writers: Brannon Braga & Terry Matalas Il...

    This is a pretty good story that highlights Picard's strategic thinking, the Borg threat and the power of time travel. Still it will likely be enjoyed more by fans than new readers. It doesn't turn the Star Trek universe on its head, but this looks to be the standard in Star Trek comic...

    Excellent Star Trek story line. Well worth your time. ...

    Good story by Brannon Braga it was great to see the borg queen get her comeuppance book was quick to read i read it in 2 days would definitely read again ...

    Could have done without seeing Vash, but otherwise an interesting plot. Thanks to NetGalley and IDW Publishing for the ARC (sadly not the full book, though). ...

    OMG, this graphic novel was everything I could have ever wanted! Set post-Nemesis, Jean-Luc Picard is on shore leave with a lady friend, when he suddenly begins to hear the Borg Collective in his head, recalling his short stint as Locutus of Borg. The Borg Queen contacts Starfleet, urg...

    I remember when TNG first came out: so many Trekkies were angry that another crew would dare carry the torch of the Enterprise. It was (and still is) awesome to see how this crew carries on the legacy. The Borg has to be one of TNG's most memorable foes. Lots to like in this volume...

  • Andre
    Jan 23, 2019

    It lacks to exploit its real potential. I got this in its single comic book issues but I opted to make the review on this edition to be able to do a better overall review about it. It's a 4-issue miniseries. Creative Team: Writers: Brannon Braga & Terry Matalas Il...

    This is a pretty good story that highlights Picard's strategic thinking, the Borg threat and the power of time travel. Still it will likely be enjoyed more by fans than new readers. It doesn't turn the Star Trek universe on its head, but this looks to be the standard in Star Trek comic...

    Excellent Star Trek story line. Well worth your time. ...

  • Rachel
    Aug 02, 2018

    It lacks to exploit its real potential. I got this in its single comic book issues but I opted to make the review on this edition to be able to do a better overall review about it. It's a 4-issue miniseries. Creative Team: Writers: Brannon Braga & Terry Matalas Il...

    This is a pretty good story that highlights Picard's strategic thinking, the Borg threat and the power of time travel. Still it will likely be enjoyed more by fans than new readers. It doesn't turn the Star Trek universe on its head, but this looks to be the standard in Star Trek comic...

    Excellent Star Trek story line. Well worth your time. ...

    Good story by Brannon Braga it was great to see the borg queen get her comeuppance book was quick to read i read it in 2 days would definitely read again ...

    Could have done without seeing Vash, but otherwise an interesting plot. Thanks to NetGalley and IDW Publishing for the ARC (sadly not the full book, though). ...

    OMG, this graphic novel was everything I could have ever wanted! Set post-Nemesis, Jean-Luc Picard is on shore leave with a lady friend, when he suddenly begins to hear the Borg Collective in his head, recalling his short stint as Locutus of Borg. The Borg Queen contacts Starfleet, urg...

    I remember when TNG first came out: so many Trekkies were angry that another crew would dare carry the torch of the Enterprise. It was (and still is) awesome to see how this crew carries on the legacy. The Borg has to be one of TNG's most memorable foes. Lots to like in this volume...

    An interesting post-nemesis cross-over between TNG crews and Titan (how else would you get Troy and Riker back?). The story is pre-JJ (where we already see B4 as having morphed into data), and this comic sets the stage for that to happen. A future Locutus, after the Borg have conquered...

    This was a very cool story featuring one of the most popular and threatening entities in the Trek universe. I thought the art style was good, and the story was engaging with each part flowing easily into the next. Now, I haven't seen any of the movies so I'm not completely familiar ...

    The graphic novel starts out with the Borg triumphant. They control all the planets in the galaxy. Locutus is their male leader although the Borg Queen is still present. A sort of metaphysical problem arises for Locutus. Now that the Borg have conquered everyone and still have not achi...

    Five hundred years in the future, the Borg have eliminated the Federation; in the present, the Borg Queen is asking Picard and the Federation to work together to stop a powerful alien race. I was excited to read about what happened, but it was a ruse and this comic turned into just ano...

    Oh the Borg.....oh you BORG!!!! Such a wonderful story that intersects so many of my favorite Star Trek characters and story lines and it was just SUCH a fun and wonderful graphic novel! I love that the wonderful shows I love and characters in the graphic novel are based on the faces w...

  • Debra Cook
    Jul 16, 2018

    It lacks to exploit its real potential. I got this in its single comic book issues but I opted to make the review on this edition to be able to do a better overall review about it. It's a 4-issue miniseries. Creative Team: Writers: Brannon Braga & Terry Matalas Il...

    This is a pretty good story that highlights Picard's strategic thinking, the Borg threat and the power of time travel. Still it will likely be enjoyed more by fans than new readers. It doesn't turn the Star Trek universe on its head, but this looks to be the standard in Star Trek comic...

    Excellent Star Trek story line. Well worth your time. ...

    Good story by Brannon Braga it was great to see the borg queen get her comeuppance book was quick to read i read it in 2 days would definitely read again ...

    Could have done without seeing Vash, but otherwise an interesting plot. Thanks to NetGalley and IDW Publishing for the ARC (sadly not the full book, though). ...

    OMG, this graphic novel was everything I could have ever wanted! Set post-Nemesis, Jean-Luc Picard is on shore leave with a lady friend, when he suddenly begins to hear the Borg Collective in his head, recalling his short stint as Locutus of Borg. The Borg Queen contacts Starfleet, urg...

    I remember when TNG first came out: so many Trekkies were angry that another crew would dare carry the torch of the Enterprise. It was (and still is) awesome to see how this crew carries on the legacy. The Borg has to be one of TNG's most memorable foes. Lots to like in this volume...

    An interesting post-nemesis cross-over between TNG crews and Titan (how else would you get Troy and Riker back?). The story is pre-JJ (where we already see B4 as having morphed into data), and this comic sets the stage for that to happen. A future Locutus, after the Borg have conquered...

    This was a very cool story featuring one of the most popular and threatening entities in the Trek universe. I thought the art style was good, and the story was engaging with each part flowing easily into the next. Now, I haven't seen any of the movies so I'm not completely familiar ...

    The graphic novel starts out with the Borg triumphant. They control all the planets in the galaxy. Locutus is their male leader although the Borg Queen is still present. A sort of metaphysical problem arises for Locutus. Now that the Borg have conquered everyone and still have not achi...

    Five hundred years in the future, the Borg have eliminated the Federation; in the present, the Borg Queen is asking Picard and the Federation to work together to stop a powerful alien race. I was excited to read about what happened, but it was a ruse and this comic turned into just ano...

    Oh the Borg.....oh you BORG!!!! Such a wonderful story that intersects so many of my favorite Star Trek characters and story lines and it was just SUCH a fun and wonderful graphic novel! I love that the wonderful shows I love and characters in the graphic novel are based on the faces w...

    An interesting graphic novel that focuses on the Borg. The story is fairly developed for such a short novel, but keeps the pace moving. While good, there are areas where I think it would have been nice to dive a little deeper and flesh out some issues. Worth a quick read and works as a...

    I really thought this was a well down graphic novel on a what if. In this story that spans over 500 years we see how Picard, Seven and Data deal with the Borg. What I really liked about it was that it addressed the psychological damage that the Borg does to the people who survive encou...

    Interesting plot This story has an interesting plot, featuring time travel, the borg, and various plot twists. The art is great. However, I was left wanting more. It?s great as a comic, but I feel like it could have been split into more parts and gone into more depth. A good ligh...

    As a certain half-vulcan would say...fascinating. I greatly enjoyed this comic. Although an important main character dies (no spoilers), I thought the comic was wonderful (And I hope you do too! ) ...

    Nope. ...

    This is a well written story with a twist, but the end was slightly confusing. ...

    Great Next gen adventure fighting the Borg with Seven of Nine but It was very confusing. ...

  • Steven Shinder
    Dec 13, 2016

    It lacks to exploit its real potential. I got this in its single comic book issues but I opted to make the review on this edition to be able to do a better overall review about it. It's a 4-issue miniseries. Creative Team: Writers: Brannon Braga & Terry Matalas Il...

    This is a pretty good story that highlights Picard's strategic thinking, the Borg threat and the power of time travel. Still it will likely be enjoyed more by fans than new readers. It doesn't turn the Star Trek universe on its head, but this looks to be the standard in Star Trek comic...

    Excellent Star Trek story line. Well worth your time. ...

    Good story by Brannon Braga it was great to see the borg queen get her comeuppance book was quick to read i read it in 2 days would definitely read again ...

    Could have done without seeing Vash, but otherwise an interesting plot. Thanks to NetGalley and IDW Publishing for the ARC (sadly not the full book, though). ...

    OMG, this graphic novel was everything I could have ever wanted! Set post-Nemesis, Jean-Luc Picard is on shore leave with a lady friend, when he suddenly begins to hear the Borg Collective in his head, recalling his short stint as Locutus of Borg. The Borg Queen contacts Starfleet, urg...

    I remember when TNG first came out: so many Trekkies were angry that another crew would dare carry the torch of the Enterprise. It was (and still is) awesome to see how this crew carries on the legacy. The Borg has to be one of TNG's most memorable foes. Lots to like in this volume...

    An interesting post-nemesis cross-over between TNG crews and Titan (how else would you get Troy and Riker back?). The story is pre-JJ (where we already see B4 as having morphed into data), and this comic sets the stage for that to happen. A future Locutus, after the Borg have conquered...

    This was a very cool story featuring one of the most popular and threatening entities in the Trek universe. I thought the art style was good, and the story was engaging with each part flowing easily into the next. Now, I haven't seen any of the movies so I'm not completely familiar ...

    The graphic novel starts out with the Borg triumphant. They control all the planets in the galaxy. Locutus is their male leader although the Borg Queen is still present. A sort of metaphysical problem arises for Locutus. Now that the Borg have conquered everyone and still have not achi...

    Five hundred years in the future, the Borg have eliminated the Federation; in the present, the Borg Queen is asking Picard and the Federation to work together to stop a powerful alien race. I was excited to read about what happened, but it was a ruse and this comic turned into just ano...

    Oh the Borg.....oh you BORG!!!! Such a wonderful story that intersects so many of my favorite Star Trek characters and story lines and it was just SUCH a fun and wonderful graphic novel! I love that the wonderful shows I love and characters in the graphic novel are based on the faces w...

    An interesting graphic novel that focuses on the Borg. The story is fairly developed for such a short novel, but keeps the pace moving. While good, there are areas where I think it would have been nice to dive a little deeper and flesh out some issues. Worth a quick read and works as a...

    I really thought this was a well down graphic novel on a what if. In this story that spans over 500 years we see how Picard, Seven and Data deal with the Borg. What I really liked about it was that it addressed the psychological damage that the Borg does to the people who survive encou...

    Interesting plot This story has an interesting plot, featuring time travel, the borg, and various plot twists. The art is great. However, I was left wanting more. It?s great as a comic, but I feel like it could have been split into more parts and gone into more depth. A good ligh...

    As a certain half-vulcan would say...fascinating. I greatly enjoyed this comic. Although an important main character dies (no spoilers), I thought the comic was wonderful (And I hope you do too! ) ...

    Nope. ...

    This is a well written story with a twist, but the end was slightly confusing. ...

    Great Next gen adventure fighting the Borg with Seven of Nine but It was very confusing. ...

    Great Borg arc The interplay between seven of nine and Picard is great. The reappearance of Data was appreciated, though I wish there was more done with him. All in all a good read. ...

    Crazy concept The borg used to be scary... they lose every time now though. Time to actually make them formidable again or hang them up to dry. ...

    Gotta love a Borg story. ...

    This sure did a lot of grand, seemingly permanent stuff for random graphic novel. It was an entertaining read, but I don't think it served the characters well. I dig into this more in the latest episode of the All the Books Show https://soundcloud.com/allthebooks/ep... ...

    I'd say this is a 3.5/5. I rounded up because I was really enjoying much of the story. I really like the artwork in this. It's a quick read, but maybe it shouldn't have been. I feel like Seven of Nine's involvement in the plot should've meant that a couple more Voyager characters shoul...

  • Elliot Huxtable
    May 10, 2019

    It lacks to exploit its real potential. I got this in its single comic book issues but I opted to make the review on this edition to be able to do a better overall review about it. It's a 4-issue miniseries. Creative Team: Writers: Brannon Braga & Terry Matalas Il...

    This is a pretty good story that highlights Picard's strategic thinking, the Borg threat and the power of time travel. Still it will likely be enjoyed more by fans than new readers. It doesn't turn the Star Trek universe on its head, but this looks to be the standard in Star Trek comic...

    Excellent Star Trek story line. Well worth your time. ...

    Good story by Brannon Braga it was great to see the borg queen get her comeuppance book was quick to read i read it in 2 days would definitely read again ...

    Could have done without seeing Vash, but otherwise an interesting plot. Thanks to NetGalley and IDW Publishing for the ARC (sadly not the full book, though). ...

    OMG, this graphic novel was everything I could have ever wanted! Set post-Nemesis, Jean-Luc Picard is on shore leave with a lady friend, when he suddenly begins to hear the Borg Collective in his head, recalling his short stint as Locutus of Borg. The Borg Queen contacts Starfleet, urg...

    I remember when TNG first came out: so many Trekkies were angry that another crew would dare carry the torch of the Enterprise. It was (and still is) awesome to see how this crew carries on the legacy. The Borg has to be one of TNG's most memorable foes. Lots to like in this volume...

    An interesting post-nemesis cross-over between TNG crews and Titan (how else would you get Troy and Riker back?). The story is pre-JJ (where we already see B4 as having morphed into data), and this comic sets the stage for that to happen. A future Locutus, after the Borg have conquered...

    This was a very cool story featuring one of the most popular and threatening entities in the Trek universe. I thought the art style was good, and the story was engaging with each part flowing easily into the next. Now, I haven't seen any of the movies so I'm not completely familiar ...

    The graphic novel starts out with the Borg triumphant. They control all the planets in the galaxy. Locutus is their male leader although the Borg Queen is still present. A sort of metaphysical problem arises for Locutus. Now that the Borg have conquered everyone and still have not achi...

    Five hundred years in the future, the Borg have eliminated the Federation; in the present, the Borg Queen is asking Picard and the Federation to work together to stop a powerful alien race. I was excited to read about what happened, but it was a ruse and this comic turned into just ano...

    Oh the Borg.....oh you BORG!!!! Such a wonderful story that intersects so many of my favorite Star Trek characters and story lines and it was just SUCH a fun and wonderful graphic novel! I love that the wonderful shows I love and characters in the graphic novel are based on the faces w...

    An interesting graphic novel that focuses on the Borg. The story is fairly developed for such a short novel, but keeps the pace moving. While good, there are areas where I think it would have been nice to dive a little deeper and flesh out some issues. Worth a quick read and works as a...

    I really thought this was a well down graphic novel on a what if. In this story that spans over 500 years we see how Picard, Seven and Data deal with the Borg. What I really liked about it was that it addressed the psychological damage that the Borg does to the people who survive encou...

    Interesting plot This story has an interesting plot, featuring time travel, the borg, and various plot twists. The art is great. However, I was left wanting more. It?s great as a comic, but I feel like it could have been split into more parts and gone into more depth. A good ligh...

    As a certain half-vulcan would say...fascinating. I greatly enjoyed this comic. Although an important main character dies (no spoilers), I thought the comic was wonderful (And I hope you do too! ) ...

    Nope. ...

    This is a well written story with a twist, but the end was slightly confusing. ...

    Great Next gen adventure fighting the Borg with Seven of Nine but It was very confusing. ...

    Great Borg arc The interplay between seven of nine and Picard is great. The reappearance of Data was appreciated, though I wish there was more done with him. All in all a good read. ...

    Crazy concept The borg used to be scary... they lose every time now though. Time to actually make them formidable again or hang them up to dry. ...

    Gotta love a Borg story. ...

  • Adam
    Oct 25, 2018

    It lacks to exploit its real potential. I got this in its single comic book issues but I opted to make the review on this edition to be able to do a better overall review about it. It's a 4-issue miniseries. Creative Team: Writers: Brannon Braga & Terry Matalas Il...

    This is a pretty good story that highlights Picard's strategic thinking, the Borg threat and the power of time travel. Still it will likely be enjoyed more by fans than new readers. It doesn't turn the Star Trek universe on its head, but this looks to be the standard in Star Trek comic...

    Excellent Star Trek story line. Well worth your time. ...

    Good story by Brannon Braga it was great to see the borg queen get her comeuppance book was quick to read i read it in 2 days would definitely read again ...

    Could have done without seeing Vash, but otherwise an interesting plot. Thanks to NetGalley and IDW Publishing for the ARC (sadly not the full book, though). ...

    OMG, this graphic novel was everything I could have ever wanted! Set post-Nemesis, Jean-Luc Picard is on shore leave with a lady friend, when he suddenly begins to hear the Borg Collective in his head, recalling his short stint as Locutus of Borg. The Borg Queen contacts Starfleet, urg...

    I remember when TNG first came out: so many Trekkies were angry that another crew would dare carry the torch of the Enterprise. It was (and still is) awesome to see how this crew carries on the legacy. The Borg has to be one of TNG's most memorable foes. Lots to like in this volume...

    An interesting post-nemesis cross-over between TNG crews and Titan (how else would you get Troy and Riker back?). The story is pre-JJ (where we already see B4 as having morphed into data), and this comic sets the stage for that to happen. A future Locutus, after the Borg have conquered...

    This was a very cool story featuring one of the most popular and threatening entities in the Trek universe. I thought the art style was good, and the story was engaging with each part flowing easily into the next. Now, I haven't seen any of the movies so I'm not completely familiar ...

    The graphic novel starts out with the Borg triumphant. They control all the planets in the galaxy. Locutus is their male leader although the Borg Queen is still present. A sort of metaphysical problem arises for Locutus. Now that the Borg have conquered everyone and still have not achi...

    Five hundred years in the future, the Borg have eliminated the Federation; in the present, the Borg Queen is asking Picard and the Federation to work together to stop a powerful alien race. I was excited to read about what happened, but it was a ruse and this comic turned into just ano...

    Oh the Borg.....oh you BORG!!!! Such a wonderful story that intersects so many of my favorite Star Trek characters and story lines and it was just SUCH a fun and wonderful graphic novel! I love that the wonderful shows I love and characters in the graphic novel are based on the faces w...

    An interesting graphic novel that focuses on the Borg. The story is fairly developed for such a short novel, but keeps the pace moving. While good, there are areas where I think it would have been nice to dive a little deeper and flesh out some issues. Worth a quick read and works as a...

    I really thought this was a well down graphic novel on a what if. In this story that spans over 500 years we see how Picard, Seven and Data deal with the Borg. What I really liked about it was that it addressed the psychological damage that the Borg does to the people who survive encou...

    Interesting plot This story has an interesting plot, featuring time travel, the borg, and various plot twists. The art is great. However, I was left wanting more. It?s great as a comic, but I feel like it could have been split into more parts and gone into more depth. A good ligh...

    As a certain half-vulcan would say...fascinating. I greatly enjoyed this comic. Although an important main character dies (no spoilers), I thought the comic was wonderful (And I hope you do too! ) ...

    Nope. ...

  • Sarah Crawford
    Aug 09, 2019

    It lacks to exploit its real potential. I got this in its single comic book issues but I opted to make the review on this edition to be able to do a better overall review about it. It's a 4-issue miniseries. Creative Team: Writers: Brannon Braga & Terry Matalas Il...

    This is a pretty good story that highlights Picard's strategic thinking, the Borg threat and the power of time travel. Still it will likely be enjoyed more by fans than new readers. It doesn't turn the Star Trek universe on its head, but this looks to be the standard in Star Trek comic...

    Excellent Star Trek story line. Well worth your time. ...

    Good story by Brannon Braga it was great to see the borg queen get her comeuppance book was quick to read i read it in 2 days would definitely read again ...

    Could have done without seeing Vash, but otherwise an interesting plot. Thanks to NetGalley and IDW Publishing for the ARC (sadly not the full book, though). ...

    OMG, this graphic novel was everything I could have ever wanted! Set post-Nemesis, Jean-Luc Picard is on shore leave with a lady friend, when he suddenly begins to hear the Borg Collective in his head, recalling his short stint as Locutus of Borg. The Borg Queen contacts Starfleet, urg...

    I remember when TNG first came out: so many Trekkies were angry that another crew would dare carry the torch of the Enterprise. It was (and still is) awesome to see how this crew carries on the legacy. The Borg has to be one of TNG's most memorable foes. Lots to like in this volume...

    An interesting post-nemesis cross-over between TNG crews and Titan (how else would you get Troy and Riker back?). The story is pre-JJ (where we already see B4 as having morphed into data), and this comic sets the stage for that to happen. A future Locutus, after the Borg have conquered...

    This was a very cool story featuring one of the most popular and threatening entities in the Trek universe. I thought the art style was good, and the story was engaging with each part flowing easily into the next. Now, I haven't seen any of the movies so I'm not completely familiar ...

    The graphic novel starts out with the Borg triumphant. They control all the planets in the galaxy. Locutus is their male leader although the Borg Queen is still present. A sort of metaphysical problem arises for Locutus. Now that the Borg have conquered everyone and still have not achi...

  • Ben Clapton
    Jan 05, 2019

    It lacks to exploit its real potential. I got this in its single comic book issues but I opted to make the review on this edition to be able to do a better overall review about it. It's a 4-issue miniseries. Creative Team: Writers: Brannon Braga & Terry Matalas Il...

    This is a pretty good story that highlights Picard's strategic thinking, the Borg threat and the power of time travel. Still it will likely be enjoyed more by fans than new readers. It doesn't turn the Star Trek universe on its head, but this looks to be the standard in Star Trek comic...

    Excellent Star Trek story line. Well worth your time. ...

    Good story by Brannon Braga it was great to see the borg queen get her comeuppance book was quick to read i read it in 2 days would definitely read again ...

    Could have done without seeing Vash, but otherwise an interesting plot. Thanks to NetGalley and IDW Publishing for the ARC (sadly not the full book, though). ...

    OMG, this graphic novel was everything I could have ever wanted! Set post-Nemesis, Jean-Luc Picard is on shore leave with a lady friend, when he suddenly begins to hear the Borg Collective in his head, recalling his short stint as Locutus of Borg. The Borg Queen contacts Starfleet, urg...

    I remember when TNG first came out: so many Trekkies were angry that another crew would dare carry the torch of the Enterprise. It was (and still is) awesome to see how this crew carries on the legacy. The Borg has to be one of TNG's most memorable foes. Lots to like in this volume...

    An interesting post-nemesis cross-over between TNG crews and Titan (how else would you get Troy and Riker back?). The story is pre-JJ (where we already see B4 as having morphed into data), and this comic sets the stage for that to happen. A future Locutus, after the Borg have conquered...

    This was a very cool story featuring one of the most popular and threatening entities in the Trek universe. I thought the art style was good, and the story was engaging with each part flowing easily into the next. Now, I haven't seen any of the movies so I'm not completely familiar ...

    The graphic novel starts out with the Borg triumphant. They control all the planets in the galaxy. Locutus is their male leader although the Borg Queen is still present. A sort of metaphysical problem arises for Locutus. Now that the Borg have conquered everyone and still have not achi...

    Five hundred years in the future, the Borg have eliminated the Federation; in the present, the Borg Queen is asking Picard and the Federation to work together to stop a powerful alien race. I was excited to read about what happened, but it was a ruse and this comic turned into just ano...

    Oh the Borg.....oh you BORG!!!! Such a wonderful story that intersects so many of my favorite Star Trek characters and story lines and it was just SUCH a fun and wonderful graphic novel! I love that the wonderful shows I love and characters in the graphic novel are based on the faces w...

    An interesting graphic novel that focuses on the Borg. The story is fairly developed for such a short novel, but keeps the pace moving. While good, there are areas where I think it would have been nice to dive a little deeper and flesh out some issues. Worth a quick read and works as a...

    I really thought this was a well down graphic novel on a what if. In this story that spans over 500 years we see how Picard, Seven and Data deal with the Borg. What I really liked about it was that it addressed the psychological damage that the Borg does to the people who survive encou...

    Interesting plot This story has an interesting plot, featuring time travel, the borg, and various plot twists. The art is great. However, I was left wanting more. It?s great as a comic, but I feel like it could have been split into more parts and gone into more depth. A good ligh...

  • Terrance Lively
    Sep 28, 2018

    It lacks to exploit its real potential. I got this in its single comic book issues but I opted to make the review on this edition to be able to do a better overall review about it. It's a 4-issue miniseries. Creative Team: Writers: Brannon Braga & Terry Matalas Il...

    This is a pretty good story that highlights Picard's strategic thinking, the Borg threat and the power of time travel. Still it will likely be enjoyed more by fans than new readers. It doesn't turn the Star Trek universe on its head, but this looks to be the standard in Star Trek comic...

    Excellent Star Trek story line. Well worth your time. ...

    Good story by Brannon Braga it was great to see the borg queen get her comeuppance book was quick to read i read it in 2 days would definitely read again ...

    Could have done without seeing Vash, but otherwise an interesting plot. Thanks to NetGalley and IDW Publishing for the ARC (sadly not the full book, though). ...

    OMG, this graphic novel was everything I could have ever wanted! Set post-Nemesis, Jean-Luc Picard is on shore leave with a lady friend, when he suddenly begins to hear the Borg Collective in his head, recalling his short stint as Locutus of Borg. The Borg Queen contacts Starfleet, urg...

    I remember when TNG first came out: so many Trekkies were angry that another crew would dare carry the torch of the Enterprise. It was (and still is) awesome to see how this crew carries on the legacy. The Borg has to be one of TNG's most memorable foes. Lots to like in this volume...

    An interesting post-nemesis cross-over between TNG crews and Titan (how else would you get Troy and Riker back?). The story is pre-JJ (where we already see B4 as having morphed into data), and this comic sets the stage for that to happen. A future Locutus, after the Borg have conquered...

    This was a very cool story featuring one of the most popular and threatening entities in the Trek universe. I thought the art style was good, and the story was engaging with each part flowing easily into the next. Now, I haven't seen any of the movies so I'm not completely familiar ...

    The graphic novel starts out with the Borg triumphant. They control all the planets in the galaxy. Locutus is their male leader although the Borg Queen is still present. A sort of metaphysical problem arises for Locutus. Now that the Borg have conquered everyone and still have not achi...

    Five hundred years in the future, the Borg have eliminated the Federation; in the present, the Borg Queen is asking Picard and the Federation to work together to stop a powerful alien race. I was excited to read about what happened, but it was a ruse and this comic turned into just ano...

    Oh the Borg.....oh you BORG!!!! Such a wonderful story that intersects so many of my favorite Star Trek characters and story lines and it was just SUCH a fun and wonderful graphic novel! I love that the wonderful shows I love and characters in the graphic novel are based on the faces w...

    An interesting graphic novel that focuses on the Borg. The story is fairly developed for such a short novel, but keeps the pace moving. While good, there are areas where I think it would have been nice to dive a little deeper and flesh out some issues. Worth a quick read and works as a...

  • firebug
    Nov 02, 2018

    It lacks to exploit its real potential. I got this in its single comic book issues but I opted to make the review on this edition to be able to do a better overall review about it. It's a 4-issue miniseries. Creative Team: Writers: Brannon Braga & Terry Matalas Il...

    This is a pretty good story that highlights Picard's strategic thinking, the Borg threat and the power of time travel. Still it will likely be enjoyed more by fans than new readers. It doesn't turn the Star Trek universe on its head, but this looks to be the standard in Star Trek comic...

    Excellent Star Trek story line. Well worth your time. ...

    Good story by Brannon Braga it was great to see the borg queen get her comeuppance book was quick to read i read it in 2 days would definitely read again ...

    Could have done without seeing Vash, but otherwise an interesting plot. Thanks to NetGalley and IDW Publishing for the ARC (sadly not the full book, though). ...

    OMG, this graphic novel was everything I could have ever wanted! Set post-Nemesis, Jean-Luc Picard is on shore leave with a lady friend, when he suddenly begins to hear the Borg Collective in his head, recalling his short stint as Locutus of Borg. The Borg Queen contacts Starfleet, urg...

    I remember when TNG first came out: so many Trekkies were angry that another crew would dare carry the torch of the Enterprise. It was (and still is) awesome to see how this crew carries on the legacy. The Borg has to be one of TNG's most memorable foes. Lots to like in this volume...

    An interesting post-nemesis cross-over between TNG crews and Titan (how else would you get Troy and Riker back?). The story is pre-JJ (where we already see B4 as having morphed into data), and this comic sets the stage for that to happen. A future Locutus, after the Borg have conquered...

    This was a very cool story featuring one of the most popular and threatening entities in the Trek universe. I thought the art style was good, and the story was engaging with each part flowing easily into the next. Now, I haven't seen any of the movies so I'm not completely familiar ...

    The graphic novel starts out with the Borg triumphant. They control all the planets in the galaxy. Locutus is their male leader although the Borg Queen is still present. A sort of metaphysical problem arises for Locutus. Now that the Borg have conquered everyone and still have not achi...

    Five hundred years in the future, the Borg have eliminated the Federation; in the present, the Borg Queen is asking Picard and the Federation to work together to stop a powerful alien race. I was excited to read about what happened, but it was a ruse and this comic turned into just ano...

    Oh the Borg.....oh you BORG!!!! Such a wonderful story that intersects so many of my favorite Star Trek characters and story lines and it was just SUCH a fun and wonderful graphic novel! I love that the wonderful shows I love and characters in the graphic novel are based on the faces w...

    An interesting graphic novel that focuses on the Borg. The story is fairly developed for such a short novel, but keeps the pace moving. While good, there are areas where I think it would have been nice to dive a little deeper and flesh out some issues. Worth a quick read and works as a...

    I really thought this was a well down graphic novel on a what if. In this story that spans over 500 years we see how Picard, Seven and Data deal with the Borg. What I really liked about it was that it addressed the psychological damage that the Borg does to the people who survive encou...

    Interesting plot This story has an interesting plot, featuring time travel, the borg, and various plot twists. The art is great. However, I was left wanting more. It?s great as a comic, but I feel like it could have been split into more parts and gone into more depth. A good ligh...

    As a certain half-vulcan would say...fascinating. I greatly enjoyed this comic. Although an important main character dies (no spoilers), I thought the comic was wonderful (And I hope you do too! ) ...

  • 47Time
    May 11, 2019

    It lacks to exploit its real potential. I got this in its single comic book issues but I opted to make the review on this edition to be able to do a better overall review about it. It's a 4-issue miniseries. Creative Team: Writers: Brannon Braga & Terry Matalas Il...

    This is a pretty good story that highlights Picard's strategic thinking, the Borg threat and the power of time travel. Still it will likely be enjoyed more by fans than new readers. It doesn't turn the Star Trek universe on its head, but this looks to be the standard in Star Trek comic...