Graphic Novel Review: Star Trek: Spock Reflections

Star Trek: Spock Reflections

Star Trek: Spock Reflections, by Scott Tipton, David Tipton, David Messina, and Federica Manfredi

On a mysterious journey from Romulus to Federation territory, Spock reflects on his life and what brought him to his current situation – bringing Vulcan philosopher Surak’s teachings to the Romulans. Spocks reflections highlight his life from his childhood on Vulcan, to his station aboard the Enterprise under Captains Pike and Kirk, to his recent quest to bring unification to the sister races of Vulans and Romulans.

I have been very impressed with the Star Trek comics that IDW has been producing; and this one is no exception. Artist David Messina does a fantastic job of rendering several familiar characters as well as new, and adding scenes and images that speak just as loud as words. Star Trek fans should certainly enjoy this poignant graphic novel. It’s an absorbing and heart-tugging story about one of Star Trek’s most interesting characters.

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