The Animated Voyages
Issue 3

Published: Oct 2015 | 48 pages
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Upon the Outward World

"The plot is exciting. Each panel is perfectly arranged. This is what quality looks like!" - ByteWareApps.com

Synopsis

"Wonderful web comic in the spirit of TAS." - Ex Astris Scientia

Part three of four: Unexpectedly attacked by a Klingon squadron, the mission to The Neutral Zone to uncover the Romulan plot is placed in jeopardy. With time running out, and a new revelation about an imminent threat to Commander Thelin and the rest of the crew, Captain O'Shea must seek help from sworn enemies to save a future in peril.


In the Making

"The team that puts it together really have a gem on their hands." - Outpost 10F

One of the primary objectives of this series is to consistently present readers with a "Star Trek story," rather than a story in space that's just labeled "Star Trek." Upon the Outward World explores the themes of life and death, right and wrong, and the power of our Humanity, which are some of those themes associated with the best of what Trek has to offer. This issue is for my father, with whom I enjoyed many hours of Star Trek. He lived in today's world, but David exemplified all the best of Humanity as portrayed in the 23rd and 24th centuries of Star Trek. Here's to you, "Captain," wishing you clear horizons in the final frontier.











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