May 21 2024

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Star Trek The Next Generation Hive

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Tomorrow, Star Trek The Next Generation: Hive will be released, but fans can see a preview of the issue now.

The one-hundred-and-four-page issue will combine the previously-released Hive #1-Hive #4.

In Hive, “in the distant future the entire galaxy has been completely assimilated by Borg and its king… Locutus! The only hope for the future lies in the past, in the hands of Captain Jean-Luc Picard and the crew of the Starship Enterprise — as Picard faces off against the Borg collective in one final, terrifying, and definitive encounter!”

Written by Brannon Braga, Terry Matalas, and Travis Fickett, with art and cover by Joe Corroney, Star Trek: The Next Generation: Hive will sell for $17.99.

Click on thumbnails to see the preview. More pages can be found at the referring site.

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7 thoughts on “Star Trek The Next Generation Hive

  1. Pardon me, but didn’t they previously call a “one-hundred-and-four-page issue combining previously-released blah-blah-blah” a trade paperback?

  2. To be a trade paperback, mustn’t it have been proceeded by a hardcover edition?

  3. I imagine the article was reproduced from approved copy as opposed to being authored here. I also imagine that the prolieration of e comics has made the term ‘paperback’ redundent in favour of ‘collected issue’. Anyone know if this series was any good? The David Mack ‘Destiny’ trilogy seemed to wrap the Borg up so well I was reluctant to look at this.

  4. Nope. Not required, especially for comics. And I’m sure that wierdness was in the source article, T’Bonz is no slouch.
    Hmm. If the term ‘collected issue’ is used instead of ‘trade paperback’…maybe I’ve slipped into a parallel universe, possibly one a block-and-a-half southwest of the one I know. Quick, somebody tell me! Who is the President? Is it James Caan??? I must know!!! TELL ME!!!!

  5. Anyone who is optimistic about Braga’s carrot dangling for a Netflix-only season 5 should note his plot for this comic series is derivative of “Endgame.” Not much left in his Trek idea tank. Yawn.

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