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DC's hit comic series featuring the cast of The Next Generation is back with another gripping adventure. A shuttlecraft mission goes awfully wrong leading Captain Picard to believe that he has lost some of his closest friends. In reality, the shuttle crew finds themselves on the other side of the Galaxy. Follow their quest to find their way back to the Enterprise and her gr DC's hit comic series featuring the cast of The Next Generation is back with another gripping adventure. A shuttlecraft mission goes awfully wrong leading Captain Picard to believe that he has lost some of his closest friends. In reality, the shuttle crew finds themselves on the other side of the Galaxy. Follow their quest to find their way back to the Enterprise and her grieving captain. Writer Michael Jan Friedman and artist Peter Krause take readers on an incredible journey across the Galaxy in this five-issue story arc.


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DC's hit comic series featuring the cast of The Next Generation is back with another gripping adventure. A shuttlecraft mission goes awfully wrong leading Captain Picard to believe that he has lost some of his closest friends. In reality, the shuttle crew finds themselves on the other side of the Galaxy. Follow their quest to find their way back to the Enterprise and her gr DC's hit comic series featuring the cast of The Next Generation is back with another gripping adventure. A shuttlecraft mission goes awfully wrong leading Captain Picard to believe that he has lost some of his closest friends. In reality, the shuttle crew finds themselves on the other side of the Galaxy. Follow their quest to find their way back to the Enterprise and her grieving captain. Writer Michael Jan Friedman and artist Peter Krause take readers on an incredible journey across the Galaxy in this five-issue story arc.

30 review for DC Star Trek: TNG: The Star Lost

  1. 4 out of 5

    Mervi

    Collects issues 20-24 from 90s DC TNG comic series. Friedman is a long-time Trek writer and he has a wonderful grasp on the characters. These issues came out originally 1991, during the third season of the show. That's when I read them for the first time. Enterprise-D is approaching Hydros system where two Federation colonies are struggling with a disease. Enterprise is heading toward the larger colony while Riker commands a shuttle to the other colony. Riker's group has Wesley (as an ensign), Wor Collects issues 20-24 from 90s DC TNG comic series. Friedman is a long-time Trek writer and he has a wonderful grasp on the characters. These issues came out originally 1991, during the third season of the show. That's when I read them for the first time. Enterprise-D is approaching Hydros system where two Federation colonies are struggling with a disease. Enterprise is heading toward the larger colony while Riker commands a shuttle to the other colony. Riker's group has Wesley (as an ensign), Worf, Dr. Selar, and a handful of other medical personnel. Enterprise arrives to their destination and start treating the people. But the shuttle Albert Einstein encounters an anomaly which whisks it away. It disappears. Enterprise searches for the shuttle for days but can't find it. In the end, they must face the fact that the shuttle and crew have been lost. Captain Picard can't really accept it, but the ship gets the next assignment and life must go on. Meanwhile, the crew in the shuttle have their own problems: Riker is seriously hurt and the shuttle is in unfamiliar space. This was a very Trek story with the Enterprise crew struggling with their emotions while carrying on their mission. Meanwhile, the shuttle crew are facing a lot of unexpected adventures. It's not one my favorite story lines from the 90s comic but it's definitely a very good one.

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