Reyes, Luis, ed. Star Trek: the manga.REYES, Luis, ed. Star Trek Editing of this page by unregistered or newly registered users is currently disabled due to vandalism. : the manga maNga is a popular Turkish nu metal/rapcore band. Their music is mainly a fusion of alternative metal and hip hop music, with a touch of Anatolian melodies; with heavy use of turntables, invoking comparisons with modern American nu metal bands. . Tokyopop. 192p. illus. c2006. 1598167448. $9.99. JSA JSA - Japanese Standards Association.
This manga features five tales of the Starship Enterprise by a number of different writers and artists. There is also an excerpt from Constellations, the latest Star Trek anthology from Pocket Books. In "Side Effects Side effects
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The stories here are all faithful to the spirit of the groundbreaking Star Trek series. Be aware that in some of the tales the art is a bit uneven. This contains comic book violence, monsters and very mild sexuality. (Captain Kirk uses his patented James T. Kirk moves on a comely come·ly
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2. Suitable; seemly: comely behavior. doctor). If you have Star Trek fans in your library, this manga is a must. George Galuschak, YA Libn., Montvale PL, Montvale, NJ
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