"IDW's first TOS miniseries and one of their very best series. Four stories paralleling TOS Klingon episodes with framing story set amongst The Undiscovered Country pulling the series together to its dramatic conclusion in the fifth issue."
"IDW's first Alien Spotlight series, six stories, either TOS or TNG, each one focusing on a different alien race. All together one of IDW's best series, with especially brilliant stories focusing on the Borg and Romulans."
"John Byrne's Romulans saga in one volume. This omnibus contains an Alien Spotlight, a new omnibus only adaptation of Balance of Terror, the two-part The Hollow Crown and the three-part conclusion Schism. All lead us through an epic saga as the Klingons alliance with the Romulans to manipulate them into war. Some of the best IDW comics, and best Star Trek stories in any medium."
"IDW's entry into the Myriad Universes concept. A dramatic and engaging start to the series sets up a universe in which the Klingons conquered the Federation. The series goes down hill though and never really pays off."
"An April and Pike era TOS prequel following the career of Number One. Another masterpiece from John Byrne who crams in an incredible amount of story in each issue and fleshes out Number One's life like never before."
"One of IDW's best straight TV era TOS series to date. A story which starts with one of Kirk's first missions and ends with a lead into The Motion Picture features interesting politics, sci-fi concepts, Orions and Section 31!"
"Five more stand-alone alien stories on par with the quality of the first series. Amusing Tribble and Q issues, brooding Romulans and Klingons, and IDW's first ever DS9 comic, featuring the Cardassians."
"The story of Nero in the 25 year gap from the new Star Trek movie. This is part an adaptation of deleted scenes, jumbled in with a tribute to The Motion Pitcure. An enjoyable and much needed expansion of the movie's otherwise rather hollow villain."
"A zombie crossover event, featuring a Motion Picture era Star Trek tale as well as Transformers, Ghostbusters, G.I. Joe, Small Gods and IDW's Zombies vs Robots and Covert Vampiric Operations tying it all together. Star Trek and zombies works surprisingly well."