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Review: The City on the Edge of Forever #5

The City on the Edge of Forever #5 by Harlan EllisonMy rating: 5 of 5 stars More of a review for the entire series than just this one issue. Interesting story. I don't recall if in the episode the substance abuse was so prevalent (or even a factor at all). It's interesting to see the difference between the TV show (guardian of forever/gateway) vs the comic as far as the time travel mechanic
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Review: Star Trek: Gold Key Archives, Volume 5

Star Trek: Gold Key Archives, Volume 5 by Arnold DrakeMy rating: 2 of 5 stars Not bad, if you consider that it's a product of its time. The "Death of a Star" story reminded me a bit of elements of Gene Roddenberry's Andromeda with the whole avator of the sun this :) View all my reviews
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Review: Star Trek: Gold Key Archives, Volume 4

Star Trek: Gold Key Archives, Volume 4 by Arnold DrakeMy rating: 3 of 5 stars Mummies, forgotten asteroids, and brain dumps into cylon-like bodies. Yup. It's more 60s Star Trek comics! View all my reviews
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Review: Star Trek Gold Key 100-page Spectacular

Star Trek Gold Key 100-page Spectacular by Dick WoodMy rating: 2 of 5 stars Select stories from volumes 1 through 3. I wish the spectacular had stories that weren't already in other volumes. View all my reviews
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Review: Star Trek: Gold Key Archives Volume 3

Star Trek: Gold Key Archives Volume 3 by Len WeinMy rating: 2 of 5 stars Definitely another product of its time. I did enjoy the camp-factor a bit, but it was definitely a skim-read to get a sense of the story instead of a deeper read, taking in more details like the drawings and inking. There is something interesting in reading this now, as a retro-futurist type of comic. Kirk gets cloned
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