Read Star Trek: Gold Key Archives Volume 2 by Len Wein Alberto Giolitti (Gilbert) Online

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Boldly going... where it all started! Presenting the first comic book adventures of the U.S.S. Enterprise and her crew! Fully remastered with new colors, Volume 2 collects the Gold Key issues #7-12, including stories such as "The Voodoo Planet," "The Legacy of Lazarus," "The Brain Shocker," and more....

Title : Star Trek: Gold Key Archives Volume 2
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ISBN : 9781631401084
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 168 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Star Trek: Gold Key Archives Volume 2 Reviews

  • Crystal Bensley
    2018-11-15 14:46

    These are soooo stupid and pulpy but definitely funny to read!

  • Erika Mulvenna
    2018-12-08 11:51

    I started with Volume 1, which included 6 issues by 2 different artists. In Volume 2 and going forward, artwork is completely created by Alberto Giolitti, and you can see how comfortable the artist becomes with the characters through these issues. Yes, the stories are kind of hokey and don't have quite the same substance as the Star Trek original television series. But for me, the artwork more than makes up for a somewhat predictable and sometimes silly story. Fantastic colors throughout. Looking forward to reading Volume 3!

  • Steven Shinder
    2018-11-10 09:37

    Even though this feels a bit truer to The Original Series than the first volume, it is still difficult to get past the erroneous green shirts. There are some fun adventures including encounters with pirates and what appear to be the founding fathers initially. But not much that really grabs me a whole lot. It is a bit odd seeing that, according to one of these stories, Anton Yorke is the 45th president of the U.S., and we're about to witness the election of the 45th president, with no Anton Yorke in sight. The name also reminded me of Anton Yelchin, may he rest in peace.

  • Mario
    2018-11-18 13:59

    These early 70s comics are a delightful read, with artwork getting increasingly better. However, the stories remain silly and with slim connection to the TV series, such as voodoo practitioners, mad scientists, space pirates, and so on.

  • Richard Gombert
    2018-11-12 10:44

    the first couple of stories are week. but the late ones are good.