Star Trek: Countdown, Issue 1

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IDW Pub., 2009 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 98 pages
25 Reviews
The countdown to the motion picture event of 2009 begins here, in the exclusive graphic novel prequel to Star Trek, the upcoming blockbuster film from Paramount Pictures! JJ Abrams, Roberto Orci, and Alex Kurtzman present the origin of Nero, the mysterious Romulan who will ultimately threaten the survival of the entire universe. Don't miss this story that brings STAR TREK back to the big screen!

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Dude. Like anybody watched that movie for the plot.) - Goodreads

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User Review  - Scotty Cameron - Goodreads

Review contains Spoilers, SPOILERS! SPOILER ALERT. Plot Spock has learned that a Supernova is going to destroy his Space System. He informs the Romulans of this threat an that he would save them from ... Read full review

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User Review  - Caleb Determann - Goodreads

This book is very intriguing in the fact that it was all out war between to kinds of colonies of people. How the romulians move along after their home was destroyed along with the wife of one the ... Read full review

About the author (2009)

MIKE JOHNSON is a geologist who has been working for the Geological Survey of South Africa (now the Council for Geoscience) since 1964. With a Ph.D. from Rhodes University, he spent the early part of his career based in Grahamstown doing geological mapping and research in the Eastern Cape and Karoo, but subsequently moved to the head office in Pretoria where he and his wife, Des, still live. He has contributed to various geological maps and official publications of the Council for Geoscience, as well as scientific papers for local and international journals.

Tim Jones is a poet, short story writer and novelist. His most recent books are the short story collection Transported (Vintage, 2008), which was longlisted for the 2008 Frank O'Connor International Short Story Award; the poetry collection All Blacks' Kitchen Gardens (HeadworX, 2007); and the fantasy novel Anarya's Secret (RedBrick, 2007).

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