May 17 2024

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Star Trek: Khan #5

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Star Trek: Khan #5 arrives in stores tomorrow, but fans can have a sneak peek today.

Written by Mike Johnson, Star Trek: Khan #5 features art by David Messina, and a cover by Paul Shipper.

In Star Trek: Khan #5, overseen by Roberto Orci, the “climactic chapter of the origin of Star Trek‘s greatest villain” is presented. “But how did he come to be called ‘John Harrison’? How did his vendetta against Admiral Marcus and Section 31 begin?”

Thirty-two pages in length, Star Trek: Khan #5 will sell for $3.99.

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3 thoughts on “Star Trek: Khan #5

  1. At least we now learn that Khan was surgically altered to pass off as a Caucasian Englishman, just so that he would not atract attention. In some ways, it was no different than what was done to the character of Thelev(William O’Connell)in the classic Star Trek episode ‘Journey To Babel’.

  2. Wonder if he knew any English women in Sect….uhmmm, Starfleet, that might help “not attract attention?” You know, one’s that might have a doctorate in applied physics, specializing in advanced weaponry?

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