Four stars ****
‘Written with authority and affection, there’s something here for Trekkies of every stripe.’ Four stars ****
‘Lavishly illustrated throughout with some rarely seen pictures…if you’re looking for a book that celebrates with 45th anniversary of Star Trek’s first broadcast, then you’re unlikely to find better.’
(Star Trek Magazine
‘An absolute delight, and nicely packaged…an engrossing treat for any Star Trek fan.’ 9/10
(Star Burst magazine
‘An impressive tribute and celebration … lavishly designed and packed to the rafters'
‘Particularly fascinating look at the marketing materials printed at the time …the majority of the pull-outs are great fun…a very interesting, fun and well presented block for your coffee table.’
‘Tipton makes some very enjoyable personal observations…a lovely tome…a fitting tribute to all things Trek’ 8.5/10
'Star Trek fans will be over the moon...Fun, informative and full of surprises, this stunning tribute is a great companion piece for confirmed Trekkies and an ideal gift to encourage a new generation of fans.'
(Lancashire Evening Post
'Every Trekkie's dream come true'
About the Author
Scott Tipton is the author of a wide range of graphic novels for such licenses as Star Trek, Angel and Astro Boy, including such popular titles as Klingons: Blood Will Tell, Khan: Ruling in Hell, Spock: Reflections, Deep Space Nine: Fool’s Gold, The Burden of Knowledge, Mirror Images, A Hole in the World, and Illyria: Haunted. Scott is also the co-author of Comic Books 101, a history of the American art form known as comics, aimed at both new readers and lifelong fans alike. Tipton is the founder and editor-in-chief of the popular website Comics 101 (www.comics101.com), and writes the weekly column of the same name, the site’s most frequently visited and highly trafficked column. Tipton also serves as communications director for Toynami, a Sherman Oaks-based toy company. He lives in Los Angeles, California, with his high-school sweetheart, Jenny, and more comics and action figures than a grown man has any right to have.