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Star Trek: Leonard McCoy Frontier Doctor (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 9. November 2010

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HASH(0x925fd468) von 5 Sternen Short Trek stories 30. Dezember 2010
Von Trevor Burnham - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
The comic book format hasn't been kind to the Star Trek universe, and a series centering on Bones doesn't sound especially promising--his chemistry with Kirk (seen here only in correspondence) and Spock (not seen here at all) was the character's major draw on the show.

Given those limitations, this is a surprisingly enjoyable (though light) collection, with plenty of true-to-the-Trek-spirit sci-fi goodness. There are weak spots, to be sure--I don't particularly care about Assignment Earth, the Roddenberry-planned Trek spinoff (adapted into a single episode of the original series), and some of the stories have jarringly abrupt endings. And I would've liked to see more familiar faces here (Scotty makes a cameo; Harry Mudd is referenced but, disappointingly, doesn't show up). Still, all in all, this is a pleasant addition to the Trek franchise.
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HASH(0x925fd558) von 5 Sternen Byrne's done it again! 29. November 2010
Von Frédéric Hermant - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
As a long time Byrne victim and Star Trek fan, the master's output in Mr Roddenberry's universe (Star Trek: Crew or Star Trek: Assignment Earth among others) has not disappointed.
His latest, Leonard McCoy Frontier Doctor might be is finest yet. Taking place a few months before completion of the refit Enterprise, it features one of my favorite periods in Star Trek chronology: the grey and beige pajama period! I might be one of the few who don't object to this era's uniforms and Byrne seems to enjoy the period as well.
Presently "unemployed", McCoy sets out to operate in a "Doctors Without Borders"- type of program with the help of two assistants and a beat up ship. As usual, Mr Byrne manages to bring a fresh perspective to a time honored franchise as was done on many other occasions with the Fantastic FourFantastic Four Visionaries - John Byrne, Vol. 1, or Wonder Woman Wonder Woman: Lifelines, or Superman Superman: The Man of Steel, Vol. 1 of course.
McCoy's portrayal would do DeForrest Kelley proud. Even separated from his two couterparts from the Enterprise, Bones manages to convey grumpy warmth and relief to assorted alien worlds with their very particular medical issues.
But the best bit is certainly a highly spoileriffic appearance by two cornerstones of the Star Trek world, who may have been difficult to reunite in any other medium but comics and which at the same time constitutes a truly touching love letter to the Trek universe and the special people who have populated it along the years (sorry for being cryptic!) .
Oh, and Gary Seven and Roberta are in it too...
We have to thank IDW for bringing two legends together and letting Mr Byrne weave his own little universe and continuity seamlessly into the beloved franchise.
As usual, Amazon does a terrific job at fulfilling overseas orders but do remember to choose "expedited shipping" for (almost) lightning-quick delivery!
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HASH(0x925fd894) von 5 Sternen Very creative 4. April 2011
Von Happy Dog - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
Since there are ZERO Star Trek shows currently airing on TV (besides reruns), this was a very welcome fix that hit the spot. The stories were imaginative and I love how the characters are consistent with the old TV show. The only thing I found to be off is the color of McCoy's eyes. They are brown in this novel, but I believe they are Blue in the TV show. Small small nit pick... I would recommend this book to anyone.
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HASH(0x925fd78c) von 5 Sternen I spy with my Mystic Eye--Bones McCoy! 6. Februar 2013
Von The Mystic Eye Of The Hipster - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I like this. Well written & stylishly illustrated by comics legend John Byrne, the book covers several of Bones's cases, post ST:TOS. Mostly dealing with outbreaks of plagues, Bones has the able help of Duncan, a young Human pilot/physician, and Theela, who plays the role of Andorian Pin-Up Girl, and does it well.

Bones's characterization is very genuine, the grumpy-but-compassionate medical genius we all wanted as our family doctor shines true & pure in this GN collection.

The only flaw is that the narrative flow from one episode to another is a tad abrupt.

BTW--Gary Seven shows his face here.
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HASH(0x925fd978) von 5 Sternen Stak Trek: Leonard McCoy Frontier Doctor 4. Dezember 2010
Von Frederick Jee - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Trekkies will enjoy the further adverntures of Dr McCoy and his wry look at the universe in this comic novel format. Stories are fun. Great buy for all Trekkies.
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