Review by: Brennan Palm
First of all, I am a member of the myriad legion of Star Trek fans who call themselves THE #1 STAR TREK FAN even though I know I'm not, so when I heard that there was a Star Trek comic book up for review I pounced upon the opportunity to review it like a famished jungle cat jumps a particularly lazy, fat rabbit.
When I finished with the first page I could tell that this comic book was at least going to be a three star book, you could tell just by the basic design and arrangement of the panels and their layout. To put as simply as I can without spoiling much, the book is about the trial of Kahn after he is captured in Star Trek: Into Darkness although 90% of the book is Khan telling us about his experiences prior to the motion picture. Most notably it tells of his history as dictator of most of the world. The only problems being that with his glittering red jumpsuit and slicked back hair the Maharaja of all the Indes looks like a bad Michael Jackson impersonator, and some 70's nerd manages to give Kahn a Miracle Grow limb.
Aside from these small distractions the book is rather good. The story and design is top notch, the art common, but great none the less. All in all this book made this old Star Trek fans day.