Eaglemoss Graphic Novel Collection #140: Star Trek: All Good Things…

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Published On: 2020-11-26

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The year 1994 was when Star Trek: The Next Generation aired its finale, “All Good Things…”, and when Jean-Luc Picard’s crew transitioned to the big screen with Star Trek: Generations. DC adapted both stories as double-length issues written by Michael Jan Friedman, featuring art by Jay Scott Pike, José Marzan Jr., Gordon Purcell, Jerome K. Moore, and Terry Pallot, with dazzling covers painted by Sonia Hillios.

This volume collects both adaptations, along with more unpublished Mangels-Martin collaborations: Star Trek: Realities/Split Infinities — “Dark Emissary,” Star Trek: The Romulan Imperative, Star Trek: Voyager-“Confessions,” and a long list of unused Deep Space Nine plots. For fans of long-lost work, this volume will be a veritable goldmine! Plus, we’ve compiled a handy index to help readers easily navigate the Star Trek Graphic Novel Collection.