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The crews of the Original Series, The Next Generation, Voyager, and Deep Space Nine meet for the first time in a contest of unwilling champions!

When a dispute between godlike beings threatens the galaxy, it will take all of Starfleet's best captains to stop them. Join James T. Kirk, Jean-Luc Picard, Kathryn Janeway, and Benjamin Sisko as they go head-to-head in a competition that will determine the fate of the Earth and beyond. Will they be able to emerge victorious, or will they be torn apart by The Q Conflict? All of the Captains together for the first time in the biggest Star Trek crossover event ever!
By:   Scott Tipton, David Tipton
Illustrated by:   David Messina
Country of Publication:   United States
Dimensions:   Height: 262mm,  Width: 171mm,  Spine: 10mm
Weight:   411g
ISBN:   9781684055531
ISBN 10:   1684055539
Pages:   152
Publication Date:   29 October 2019
Recommended Age:   From 13 to 16 years
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Scott Tipton is a New York Times Best-Selling author and comic-book historian with a wide variety of both graphic novel and prose works to his credit. Scott's most recent prose work, The Star Trek Vault- 40 Years From the Archives for Abrams Publishing, charts the remarkable history of the world's most popular science-fiction series. Scott is also the author of Comic Books 101, a humorous stroll through the history and high points of the American art form known as comic books, published by IMPACT BOOKS.

Reviews for Star Trek: The Q Conflict (GN)

David Messina's artwork, with polished inks by Elisabetta D'Amico and colors by Alexandra Alexakis, has the high-value sheen of a Star Trek movie. Scott and David Tipton, veterans of IDW Publishing's Star Trek comics line, know these characters well and draw out their voices effortlessly. A fanboy's dream come true... Exceptional. -Reading with a Flight Ring Now is a great time to dive into more Star Trek fandom... you already know just how cool of an antagonist Q can be, and putting him in a comic means there's a lot of room for his deceitful ways to be even more visually intriguing. -CBR There's a clear affection for Star Trek running through every page, and it's a delight to read. -Bleeding Cool

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