For the first time in the history of Star Trek: The Next Generation, go into the alternate "Mirror, Mirror" universe to meet the cold-blooded crew of the I.S.S. Enterprise, and their captain, the ruthless Jean-Luc Picard!Inspired by the classic Star Trek episode, this topsy-turvy world hosts an adventure of epic proportions, where nothing is what it seems! Captain Jean-Luc Picard will stop at nothing to get his hands on the Empire's newest warship, the I.S.S. Enterprise, be it lies, deception...or murder. With enemies and threats around every corner, Picard's quest to help the Enterprise and restore the Empire to glory will not be an easy one....
|Title||:||Star Trek: The Next Generation: Mirror Broken|
|Number of Pages||:||136 pages|
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Star Trek: The Next Generation: Mirror Broken Reviews
Fabulous artwork and well written. As a plus my son loved it too! ☺
Doesn't really fit into the canon, but otherwise cheesy good fun. I got a kick out of the muscle shirts and the cameo of the Neptunian, an obscure reptilian action figure that has long puzzled Trekkies because it was so random and out of place.
This is a fun one. The altered (not opposite) versions of beloved characters are well-executed by writers Scott & David Tipton. (There’s even a good joke about Wesley’s sweaters.) Art by JK Woodward and colours by Charlie Kirchoff are excellent. Glad to see the news this week that IDW will be releasing a follow-up series later this year.
With writing by Scott Tipton and David Tipton, and J.K. Woodward’s brooding, dramatic art, Mirror Broken gave us memorable characters (particularly Picard, Barclay and LaForge) and an action-packed story about Picard’s journey from washed-up captain to leader of the flagship of the Terran Empire.
Picard’s plot to steal the Enterprise is aided by an ambitious Barclay; a deeply loyal Data, who’s augmented himself with Borg technology; and a seductive, manipulative Troi as his “Inquisitor.” Along t ...more