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book ✓ Ë Thomas Warkentin

Es the first ten stories from the strip's debut on December 2 1979 through October 25 1981 Rich Handley contributes an introduction d Daily and Sunday newspaper strips presented in order Nice artwork reproductions Simplified stories for a newspaper audience

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Star TrekEtailing the history of the strip Extras include reproductions of promotional material and the McDonald's Happy Meal strips from 1979 This is a much easier way to read a serial newspaper comic story than a little each day The stories were fairly simple for this reason The reader has to be able to follow on a daily basis What I likedSome interesting story ideas that could be developed into good episodesThe writer captured the character personalities fairly well What I didn't likeMonday's were usually a rehash of Sunday At first it was almost a black and white reprint of the last three panels from Sunday They did get better toward the end of the book as the author found creative ways to refresh the plot in a less repetitive way Later comics tried to phonetically reproduce Chekov and Scotty's accents in a way that made reading annoying than adding to the flavor I gave this a three because I did enjoy the stories Probably from a nostalgic reading Not worth buying from my perspective but was glad to get it from the library There is apparently a second volume Should I see it in the library I'll borrow it but this volume wasn't good enough to spend much effort trying to find the second in my opinion

Thomas Warkentin Ë Star Trek kindle

Star Trek kindle ↠ ´ randarenewables å A collection of Star Trek daily and Sunday newspaper strips originally released by the Los Angeles Times Syndicate This volume features the first ten stories from the strip's debut on December 2 1979 through October 25 1981 Rich Handley contributes an introduction detailing the history of theA collection of Star Trek daily and Sunday newspaper strips originally released by the Los Angeles Times Syndicate This volume featur A delightful collection of the newspaper adventures of the original Enterprise crew It's a little weird for fans as it's set to coincide with the first movie All of the uniforms are updated and Chapel is now a doctor but Captain Decker is never even mentioned and Ilia disappears without a mention after the first story The stories aren't as goofy as in the Gold Key days but they take advantage of the ease of effects with plenty of weird aliens Good stuff