Introduction (blurb)Edit

From Tokyopop's website: Manga-style art and Star Trek tales collide again in this next volume of TOKYOPOP's voyages of the U.S.S. Enterprise, commanded by Captain James T. Kirk. Once again ten artists and writers from across the artistic spectrum deliver up brand new tales of universal betterment featuring the classic Star Trek line up. In Kakan ni Shinkou, Kirk is put on trial for crimes he has yet to discover... Uhura demonstrates the true power of communication... Bones gets to the core of Vulcan emotion... Scotty has to extract dilithium crystals from a mine in the middle of a war zone... and an alien delegation uses the Enterprise as a vessel of deception!

This new volume of Star Trek: The Manga-- Kakan ni Shinkou features stories by TNG's Wil Wheaton, Diane Duane, Mike Wellman, Paul Benjamin and Christine Boylan as well as art by EJ Su, Don Hudson, Steven Cummings, Bettina Kurkoski and Nam Kim.


Star Trek: The Manga - Kakan Ni Shinkou is the second book of Star Trek Manga published by TokyoPop and includes these stories:

Writer: Wil Wheaton
Artist: Ej Su
Writer: Mike Wellman
Artist: Nam Kim
Writer: Christine Boylan
Artist: Bettina M. Kurkoski
Writer: Paul Benjamin
Artist: Steven Cummings
Writer: Diane Duane
Artist: Don Hudson
Writer: Geoff Trowbridge
Prose short story from The Sky's the Limit.


The Japanese title Kakan ni Shinkou (果敢に進行) roughly translates as "To Boldly Go."


published order
Previous book:
Shinsei Shinsei
Star Trek: The Manga Next book:
chronological order
Previous Adventure:
See individual stories
-- Next Adventure:
See individual stories

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