Star Trek #3

IDW Publishing

Written by Collin Kelly and Jackson Lanzing

Art by Ramon Rosanas and Joe Eisma

Colors by Lee Lougheridge

Letters by Clayton Cowles

The Rundown: Sisko continues to deal with a universal threat as a visitor on the ship complicates the mission.

Sisko has been running himself ragged in the pursuit of his mission from the prophets and Beverly Crusher has noticed. After bringing him in to talk, they discover something strange happening on the Theseus. The rules of time and space are in flux and Sisko discovers who is behind it, Q.

While T’Lir and Jake Sisko work with Scotty to find a way to purge Q from the ship and prevent the warp core from exploding, Sisko confronts Q about why he is there and what his presence has to do with the death of the celestial beings and Sisko’s mission.

The Story: Kelly and Lanzing deliver a solid, entertaining story with great fan service with the return of Q. The story does a great job of bringing in the character in a way that makes sense to the story and to the conflict with Sisko both internal and external. I also love the other mystery within the story and how it is evolving organically within the plot.

The Art: Rosanas and Eisma deliver some fantastic visuals throughout the issue and I love the style of the issue as well as the visual tension created.

Star Trek #3



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