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Join Captain Janeway and her crew on a mission full of shocking twists in the first new Voyager comics story in over a decade! A chance encounter with a reptilian alien race draws Seven of Nine and the rest of the U.S.S. Voyager crew into an ancient class conflict that's on the brink of exploding into all-out war! Set during Star Trek: Voyager's amazing fourth season, Seven Join Captain Janeway and her crew on a mission full of shocking twists in the first new Voyager comics story in over a decade! A chance encounter with a reptilian alien race draws Seven of Nine and the rest of the U.S.S. Voyager crew into an ancient class conflict that's on the brink of exploding into all-out war! Set during Star Trek: Voyager's amazing fourth season, Seven finds her newfound humanity in conflict with her commitment to the Prime Directive. When she finally makes her choice, will it have the desired result? And will there still be a place for her aboard the Voyager once the dust clears? Collects the complete four issue series from writer Dave Baker (Action Hospital, Star Trek: Waypoint) and artist Angel Hernandez (Star Trek: Picard Countdown, Star Trek/Green Lantern).


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Join Captain Janeway and her crew on a mission full of shocking twists in the first new Voyager comics story in over a decade! A chance encounter with a reptilian alien race draws Seven of Nine and the rest of the U.S.S. Voyager crew into an ancient class conflict that's on the brink of exploding into all-out war! Set during Star Trek: Voyager's amazing fourth season, Seven Join Captain Janeway and her crew on a mission full of shocking twists in the first new Voyager comics story in over a decade! A chance encounter with a reptilian alien race draws Seven of Nine and the rest of the U.S.S. Voyager crew into an ancient class conflict that's on the brink of exploding into all-out war! Set during Star Trek: Voyager's amazing fourth season, Seven finds her newfound humanity in conflict with her commitment to the Prime Directive. When she finally makes her choice, will it have the desired result? And will there still be a place for her aboard the Voyager once the dust clears? Collects the complete four issue series from writer Dave Baker (Action Hospital, Star Trek: Waypoint) and artist Angel Hernandez (Star Trek: Picard Countdown, Star Trek/Green Lantern).

45 review for Star Trek: Voyager: Seven's Reckoning

  1. 4 out of 5

    Chad

    As a stand alone sci-fi story, this was pretty good. But setting it in the Star Trek universe made it problematic, particularly Starfleet's Prime Directive. This is more or less a Seven of Nine solo story. I thought the alien world building was really neat, how they all believed they were part of a larger story and only some people were important enough to become protagonists. It's an interesting outlook. As a stand alone sci-fi story, this was pretty good. But setting it in the Star Trek universe made it problematic, particularly Starfleet's Prime Directive. This is more or less a Seven of Nine solo story. I thought the alien world building was really neat, how they all believed they were part of a larger story and only some people were important enough to become protagonists. It's an interesting outlook.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Benjamin Geweke

    Interesting story putting early Seven without a lot of human experience into a sole leader position with another culture. And with Borg perfection she tries to use all human ideas literally. You can already guess how that is gonna work out. Entertaining and worthwhile.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Ellen Schoener

    Hmm. So we come to the final story and I can look back on the whole of the story. It takes an early Seven, who has just joined the Voyager crew, and she is learning a hard lesson about humanity and the principles of the Federation. I have never been the biggest fan of the Prime Directive, and it often comes across as a measure to shoot into one's own foot and to justify dubious morals. Basically the same story here. At it's heart, Seven's Reckoning is a typical Star Trek story, as it was presented co Hmm. So we come to the final story and I can look back on the whole of the story. It takes an early Seven, who has just joined the Voyager crew, and she is learning a hard lesson about humanity and the principles of the Federation. I have never been the biggest fan of the Prime Directive, and it often comes across as a measure to shoot into one's own foot and to justify dubious morals. Basically the same story here. At it's heart, Seven's Reckoning is a typical Star Trek story, as it was presented countless times on TV. So it is great for nostalgia values. But it also means that there is nothing really new or surprising here. For someone who is familiar with Voyager, however, Janeway's lesson to Seven about Federation values and the Prime Directive come across as very hypocritical. I like the artwork, this is drawn well, you recognize the characters and also their characterization is spot on. In the end, how much you like this depends very much on how much you enjoy these type of Trek stories, your opinion on the Prime Directive and of course how much you like the character of Seven. Because this is a Seven story, first and foremost.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Kieran McAndrew

    Shortly after Seven of Nine's disconnection from the Borg Collective four years into 'Voyager's mission to return home, she is tasked with repairing a warp drive for a stranded alien ship. When she discovers that the ship holds slaves, she must decide whether or not she can adhere to the Prime Directive she has sworn to uphold. Baker's team have delivered great artwork and a solid storyline, which really adds to the development of Seven as an individual. Shortly after Seven of Nine's disconnection from the Borg Collective four years into 'Voyager's mission to return home, she is tasked with repairing a warp drive for a stranded alien ship. When she discovers that the ship holds slaves, she must decide whether or not she can adhere to the Prime Directive she has sworn to uphold. Baker's team have delivered great artwork and a solid storyline, which really adds to the development of Seven as an individual.

  5. 5 out of 5

    C.T. Phipps

    The Voyager hooks up with an alien sleeper ship and offers to trade supplies with them. Unfortunately, the sleeper ship is run by a despotic theocratic dictatorship. Much is made of the budding revolution but it doesn't go anywhere. The art is nice but I just feel like this would be a mid-tier episode of Voyager. The Voyager hooks up with an alien sleeper ship and offers to trade supplies with them. Unfortunately, the sleeper ship is run by a despotic theocratic dictatorship. Much is made of the budding revolution but it doesn't go anywhere. The art is nice but I just feel like this would be a mid-tier episode of Voyager.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Jay

    This collects the four issue comic book miniseries. The story is set soon after Seven Of Nine joins the crew of Voyager. Given that fans know how her story progressed, going back in time with this story felt like they were stacking the deck. Everything about the story is fine, but I just felt that it didn't really do much to expand the Star Trek Voyager story in a way that was crying out to be done. To me, it was sadly a read it and forget about it tale. Which is something I hate given my fandom This collects the four issue comic book miniseries. The story is set soon after Seven Of Nine joins the crew of Voyager. Given that fans know how her story progressed, going back in time with this story felt like they were stacking the deck. Everything about the story is fine, but I just felt that it didn't really do much to expand the Star Trek Voyager story in a way that was crying out to be done. To me, it was sadly a read it and forget about it tale. Which is something I hate given my fandom for the Star Trek franchise.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Sian Jackson

    interesting book interesting is the only thing i can think of saying . also puzzling i not sure what to make of this book

  8. 4 out of 5

    Nabil Hussain

    Scintillating and Superb Voyager graphic novel!! This graphic novel is original and interesting to follow. It was rather short in length but was a good story nonetheless. It was quite dramatic and innovative.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Richard

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    Sarah

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