I'd like to go into this further, but to do so would give away too much of the plot.
While Roberson has our heroes tackle time travel and other dimensions, the plot makes little sense and does little to hold the reader's attention.
The art's not great, but it's worth reading, if you're not expecting too much out of it.
Decent art and okay story, as far as these things are concerned. There wasn't too much crammed in, like in so many other crossovers. It helps to be a big fan of both franchises.Published 1 month ago by Michael C Boyd
OK, I don't I understand why people don't like this one, but I love it. The art is some of the best I've seen to date, and the story, though silly at points, is very entertaining. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Nicholas Greenberg
I watched the original Star Trek as a child, about the same age I read the Legion of Super Hero comics (for 12 cents an issue). This cross-over makes a lot of sense. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Steven J. Alexander
Being a long time fan of both the Star Trek original TV series, I saw the all the episodes when they were first broadcast, and the Legion of Super-heroes, I bought all their... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Michael E. Cerulo
I always wondered about what it would be like for these 2 future franchises to cross over, and DC & IDW met my wish. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Frank Torres
This is a fun little read. Nothing mind blowing but a lot of fun if you are a fan of either.Published 23 months ago by Amazon Customer
"Star Trek/Legion Of Superheroes"
Written by Chris Roberson
Illustrated by Jeffrey Moy
(DC Comics/IDW, 2012)
This book is a crossover between two 1960s... Read more
Crossovers are not always an easy sell. What might look like a stroke of genius bringing two separate worlds together on the face of it could just as easily backfire, leaving a... Read morePublished on January 7, 2013 by E. Lee Zimmerman