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Star Trek Witness The Shocking Origin Of Khan Noonien Singh From His Earliest Years Through His Rise To Power During The Epic Eugenics Wars Behold The Events That Led To His Escape From Earth Aboard The Botany Bay Learn The Truth Behind His Re Awakening By Admiral Marcus And Section 31 It S The Origin Of Star Trek S Greatest Villain The framing of this book is set post Star Trek Into Darkness but as it s Khan s origin story it s set mostly in the past.How does a white guy get an Asian name like Khan Noonien Singh Plastic surgery Wha Yeah, there s a few weird revelations about Khan here Like how he started life as an Indian orphan and became tyrant of Earth in the late 20th century without, somehow, leaving any records from the time to verify this Fair play to Mike Johnson, he tries his best to plug the holes in that The framing of this book is set post Star Trek Into Darkness but as it s Khan s origin story it s set mostly in the past.How does a white guy get an Asian name like Khan Noonien Singh Plastic surgery Wha Yeah, there s a few weird revelations about Khan here Like how he started life as an Indian orphan and became tyrant of Earth in the late 20th century without, somehow, leaving any records from the time
Ever wondered how Khan Noonian Singh came to be, and,specifically, how he came to be a white guy Well this graphic novel sets out to answer the burning question that I actually hadn t been asking because I was totally fine with just listening to Benedict Cumberbatch say words Turns out he was actually a young, Indian amputee who, among others around the world, were taken from their lives of destitution and placed in a special not eugenics program Singh showed particular leadership apti Ever wondered how Khan Noonian Singh came to be, and,specifically, how he came to be a white guy Well this graphic novel sets out to answer the burning question that I actually hadn t been asking because I was totally fine with just listening to Benedict Cumberbatch say words Turns out he was actually a youn
2 stars This review is based on an ARC ebook received for free from NetGalley I am not being paid to review this book and what I write here is my own opinion My rating scale is below.briefWhile testifying in his own defense, Khan describes his history to the court, illuminating a portion of Earth s history that casual fans of the series might not be aware of in this well illustrated graphic novel.full reviewWe were gods Well, not quite, but that isor less the line I would use if I had to 2 stars This review is based on an ARC ebook received for free from NetGalley I am not being paid to review this book a
Last summer s Star Trek Into Darkness introduced us to the rebooted version of Khan Now this limited run comic book series gives us a bit of the background of the character and looks at his trial for the events that took place during Into Darkness.My feelings about the rebooted take on classic Trek tales has run hot and cold Some of them have really worked well the Gary Mitchell storyline and some haven t the tribbles, the story of the Archons This storyline is a bit of both As with last Last summer s Star Trek Into Darkness introduced us to the rebooted version of Khan Now this limited run comic book series gives us a bit of the background of the character and looks at his trial for the events
In the past, I have marveled at how well the Star Trek comics support and flesh out the Star Trek universe established in the movies and I was hoping Khan would do the same thing for Star Trek Into Darkness Unfortunately, it does not do this very well While the story is set after the movie while Khan is on trial, all of the real story takes place i
The graphic novels that have accompanied the recent Star Trek reboot movies have been pretty good They ve shown behind the scenes action and expanded on the movie characters stories They also take time to reference the rest of the Star Trek universe, especially past series This graphic novel expands on the Kahn character we meet in the second reboot Star Trek movie, Into Darkness It s really interesting to compare this graphic novel to the original series episode involving Kahn and the seco The graphic novels that have accompanied the recent Star Trek reboot movies have been pretty good They ve shown behind the scenes action and ex
first comic book I have ever read and the reason i m only giving it 4 stars is because personally I prefer a full read Star Trek Khan takes place immediately following the events of the movie Star Trek Into Darkness.Khan has been captured and following his interrogation for his crimes he sheds light on his past We see the rise of Khan from the slums of India to becoming one of a select group of children that were experimented upon to turn them into super soldiers They were very successful So successful that their new creations rebelled against their masters and started the Eugenics Wars causing great devasta Star Trek Khan takes place immediately following the e
This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Great backstory connecting Khan s story from Star Trek TOS to Star Trek Into Darkness From briefly covering the eugenics wars to a section 31 tie in I m thankful to Mike Johnson for filling in all the blanks.Spoiler alert the ending makes you think I didn t really like the ending where Kirk questioned Khan s honesty, I ll have to rewatch the Khan episodes from the TOS to see if he s dishonest or not Also, re freezing Khan is lame but what else i
A modern take on Khan and his timesA prequel to the events in the film, the writer does a good job of defining the characters It s very much like a feature film in comic book form It combines the best elements of the classic epi

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  • Paperback
  • 124 pages
  • Star Trek
  • Mike Johnson
  • English
  • 08 July 2018
  • 1613778953