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19 September 2017
Science fiction; Graphic novels; Future Society; Aliens; Military; Space Exploration; Galactic Empires; Star Trek Original Series; Sci-Fi Graphic Novel; Star Trek Graphic Novel; Graphic Novel
Series: Star Trek
This series fills a major gap in Star Trek lore, presenting the never-before-reprinted comics that originally appeared in weekly British magazines beginning in 1969. These are the U.K. voyages of the starship Enterprise-and, now, at last, fans everywhere can experience them.This third volume reprints all comics from 1972 to 1979 and concludes the 3-volume series that presents the complete Star Trek UK comics. Bonus material includes various one-shots and annuals, as well as strips created for various merchandise and toys. Star Trek expert Rich Handley provides the second half of a detailed encyclopedia of all things Star Trek from these British comics. Exploring the minutiae is half the fun of enjoying a franchise, and when it comes to Trek, there's no end of trivia to devour.
Illustrated by:   Jim Baikie, John Canning, Ron Turner, Frank Bellamy
Country of Publication:   United States
Dimensions:   Height: 285mm,  Width: 225mm,  Spine: 25mm
Weight:   1.204kg
ISBN:   9781631409677
ISBN 10:   1631409670
Series:   Star Trek
Pages:   272
Publication Date:   19 September 2017
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active

John Stokes has been a mainstay in British comics since the 1960s, for IPC and then Marvel UK. He's best known for the IPC series Fishboy, and has drawn Star Wars, Dr. Who, the Black Knight, and various comics for DC Comics and its Vertigo imprint. Jim Baikie is best known for the science fiction series Skizz, with Alan Moore. He began drawing comics in the 1960s for girls' magazines. His other credits include drawing Judge Dredd, Dr. Who, Dan Dare, Batman, and Star Wars. He was named Best British Adventure Artist in 1983 and shared the 2000 Eisner Award for his contributions to Tomorrow Stories.

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