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Enemy Unseen

3.63 of 5 stars 3.63  ·  rating details  ·  41 ratings  ·  4 reviews
Three Star Trek: The Next Generation "RM" adventures are collected in this trade paperback. These artfully written stories have Captain Jean-Luc Picard and the crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise "TM" facing perilous dangers from other planets as well as from the deepest recesses of their own minds. These tales are full of political intrigue, diplomatic double-dealing, and high ...more
Paperback, 224 pages
Published October 1st 2001 by DC Comics (first published 2001)
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What makes this book worthwhile? There is plenty of action, including Picard in a sword fight. I also liked the unexpected introspection in one of the stories. Picard has had some strong experiences that have left a lasting impression on his mind. Granted, he doesn't need counseling as much as Miles O'Brien, but it might be hard going to sleep at night when you used to be Locutus of Borg. In at least one situation this might be a good thing...

This is a good size for a comic book graphic novel, u
These are the first Star Trek comics that I have read. They will be enjoyed by other fans of the TNG series. The format is very much like the show but more action orientated, perhaps this fits the format better. The first story concerns a planet where it is 'normal' to have two partners and monogamy is considered a perversion.
plots were all interesting. artwork in the first comic bothered me--the artist got the looks of the male characters accurate, but couldn't be bothered to make Deanna and Beverly look like Marina and Gates. WTF.
All three stories were interesting and well done. The illustrations were fantastic, and really made this fun to read.
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