- File Size: 18576 KB
- Print Length: 26 pages
- Publisher: IDW (January 23, 2008)
- Publication Date: November 16, 2011
- Sold by: Idea & Design Works
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00N13T7YI
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #21,452 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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Star Trek: Alien Spotlight - Borg Kindle & comiXology
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Now, First of all the drawing was terrible. This sketch type drawing in my opinion leaves too much unsaid. (A picture is worth a thousand words.) This is also in particular too dark and dystopic looking.
The story itself didn't feel like "Star Trek". It wasn't thoughtful. Picard says that the Borg have a "racial imperative" to assimilate. First of all the Borg aren't a race, but that aside, the first species to be assimilated that was humble or were even repulsed by another species would nullify any imperative. And again in talking with Admiral Janeway, he mentions a genetic need to assimilate other species. Again the first species that had genetic makeup that was contrary to the original Borg would nullify that imperative.
Also, Picard says that the Borg aren't evil. WHAT!!?? This from the guy that was compared to Moby Dick hunting his white whale!!??
The storyboard with the Vulcan who seems to come to an illogical conclusion that there was no species capable of coming to a highly thought out and logical conclusion. The idea of the Borg coming to the conclusion that they needed to " go back to their original form" just goes against everything we've ever learned about the Borg. ( Just disconnect all of the NON original species. Boom you're done)
Also can YOU imagine Riker EVER saying " Captain, get us out of here!" ??