Star Trek: The Next Generation: Mirror Broken

Star Trek: The Next Generation: Mirror Broken

For the first time in the history of Star Trek: The Next Generation, go into the alternate "Mirror, Mirror" universe to meet the cold-blooded crew of the I.S.S. Enterprise, and their captain, the ruthless Jean-Luc Picard! Inspired by the classic Star Trek episode, this topsy-turvy world hosts an adventure of epic proportions, where nothing is what it seems! Captain Jean-Luc For the first time in the history of Star Trek: The Next Generation, go into the alternate "Mirror, Mirror" universe ...

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Title:Star Trek: The Next Generation: Mirror Broken
Author:Scott Tipton
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Genres:Media Tie In
ISBN:1684051452
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:136 pages pages

Star Trek: The Next Generation: Mirror Broken Reviews

  • Andrea
    Jan 10, 2019

    With writing by Scott Tipton and David Tipton, and J.K. Woodward?s brooding, dramatic art, Mirror Broken gave us memorable characters (particularly Picard, Barclay and LaForge) and an action-packed story about Picard?s journey from washed-up captain to leader of the flagship of the...

    Once Deep Space 9 made visiting the Mirror Universe a once-per-season event, I started regretting that we never saw the Next Generation crew make that leap. IDW comics, whose Star Trek comics have been hitting it out of the park, has rectified that here. It's a solid story, with charac...

    I had pretty low expectations for this one. Not a big comic book reader, all in all. But this really blew me away. The pitch is that "Mirror Universe" AKA alternate timeline Jean Luc Picard, coming to the end of his stint as commander of the Stargazer looks to save the declining Terran...

    I know a lot of Star Trek fans find find the Mirror universe compelling, but I am not one of them. My big problem is that the Terran empire could never become an empire if people behave as depicted in this alternate reality. You cannot build an empire if crew members are spending their...

    I enjoyed this one. The Mirror Universe has always intrigued me since being introduced in the original series. Here we get a look at what the Next Generation crew would be like in this world. In some ways they are the same, in other ways different. Picard, for example, has the same dri...

    Remember the classic STAR TREK episode "Mirror Mirror", where Kirk winds up in an alternate universe where everyone is evil and Spock has a goatee? Well, this book is about that universe's version of the NEXT GENERATION crew, and it is hella fun. JK Woodward's painted art is well kn...

    This mini-series celebrates the 30th Anniversary of Star Trek: The Next Generation with an unusual twist. The setting is in the Mirror Universe. It has received renewed interest thanks to Star Trek: Discovery. That is no redeeming qualities to this crew of the ISS Enterprise. They rese...

    Given what we know happened in the Mirror Universe between TOS and DS9, I wondered where this book would fit in. As it turns out, rather nicely into what we know by imaging the TNG era Terran Empire effectively under siege. At least until the brooding, under appreciated, and ambitious ...

    I mean . . . you know. This is fine. It's silly, because its the Mirror Universe, which takes itself oh so seriously. But it's fun to see everyone running around with their sleeves ripped off to show their huge guns. Troi is Picard's "Inquisitor" which is an interesting (if predictable...

    An entertaining trip into the Mirror Universe with the TNG crew. They did a good job blending TNG elements into the Mirror Universe without contradicting the changes in the MU from DS9. A few surprise twists as well. However, I do have some nitpicks: the art wasn't my favorite, Data we...

    Collects Star Trek: The Next Generation: Mirror Broken issues #1-5 I enjoyed this, but I can't imagine someone liking this if they don't have some nostalgia for "TNG." The story here is fine, but the real benefit of reading this is seeing the dark parallel universe versions of famil...

    Sadly this is not one of my favorites. I love Star Trek and I love the idea of a mirror universe. However, for me this was not good. I did not like the graphics, to me they seemed muddled. The combo of the graphics and the dialog, something seemed off, they did not "match". The story i...

    This is a fun one. The altered (not opposite) versions of beloved characters are well-executed by writers Scott & David Tipton. (There?s even a good joke about Wesley?s sweaters.) Art by JK Woodward and colours by Charlie Kirchoff are excellent. Glad to see the news this week t...

    Crazy parallel universe of Star Trek where the Klingon's and Cardassians have joined forces and the federation does not exist. Anger prevails over kindness and everyone seems to undercut everyone else to get by in this universe. It was dark and a bit daunting, but an interesting parall...

    The Mirror Universe is always entertaining in Star Trek, and it was so fun to see the reflection of the Next Generation crew. Ruthless and cunning, watching them interact with each other was quite compelling. I hope there's more. ...

    Wow! Amazing art work and an enthralling story! I?m eager for more! Always great to see the anti-hero versions of our beloved crew! The authors clearly know their TNG, lots of great nods to the series! ...

    It was kind of fun to see the Next Gen cast as cutthroat members of the Terrain empire, but ultimately it didn't have any of the other things I like about Star Trek - exploring, trying to make friends with weird aliens, and trying to figure out the right thing to do in a difficult situ...

  • Kerry
    Dec 12, 2018

    With writing by Scott Tipton and David Tipton, and J.K. Woodward?s brooding, dramatic art, Mirror Broken gave us memorable characters (particularly Picard, Barclay and LaForge) and an action-packed story about Picard?s journey from washed-up captain to leader of the flagship of the...

    Once Deep Space 9 made visiting the Mirror Universe a once-per-season event, I started regretting that we never saw the Next Generation crew make that leap. IDW comics, whose Star Trek comics have been hitting it out of the park, has rectified that here. It's a solid story, with charac...

    I had pretty low expectations for this one. Not a big comic book reader, all in all. But this really blew me away. The pitch is that "Mirror Universe" AKA alternate timeline Jean Luc Picard, coming to the end of his stint as commander of the Stargazer looks to save the declining Terran...

    I know a lot of Star Trek fans find find the Mirror universe compelling, but I am not one of them. My big problem is that the Terran empire could never become an empire if people behave as depicted in this alternate reality. You cannot build an empire if crew members are spending their...

    I enjoyed this one. The Mirror Universe has always intrigued me since being introduced in the original series. Here we get a look at what the Next Generation crew would be like in this world. In some ways they are the same, in other ways different. Picard, for example, has the same dri...

    Remember the classic STAR TREK episode "Mirror Mirror", where Kirk winds up in an alternate universe where everyone is evil and Spock has a goatee? Well, this book is about that universe's version of the NEXT GENERATION crew, and it is hella fun. JK Woodward's painted art is well kn...

    This mini-series celebrates the 30th Anniversary of Star Trek: The Next Generation with an unusual twist. The setting is in the Mirror Universe. It has received renewed interest thanks to Star Trek: Discovery. That is no redeeming qualities to this crew of the ISS Enterprise. They rese...

    Given what we know happened in the Mirror Universe between TOS and DS9, I wondered where this book would fit in. As it turns out, rather nicely into what we know by imaging the TNG era Terran Empire effectively under siege. At least until the brooding, under appreciated, and ambitious ...

    I mean . . . you know. This is fine. It's silly, because its the Mirror Universe, which takes itself oh so seriously. But it's fun to see everyone running around with their sleeves ripped off to show their huge guns. Troi is Picard's "Inquisitor" which is an interesting (if predictable...

  • Brian
    Apr 15, 2018

    With writing by Scott Tipton and David Tipton, and J.K. Woodward?s brooding, dramatic art, Mirror Broken gave us memorable characters (particularly Picard, Barclay and LaForge) and an action-packed story about Picard?s journey from washed-up captain to leader of the flagship of the...

    Once Deep Space 9 made visiting the Mirror Universe a once-per-season event, I started regretting that we never saw the Next Generation crew make that leap. IDW comics, whose Star Trek comics have been hitting it out of the park, has rectified that here. It's a solid story, with charac...

    I had pretty low expectations for this one. Not a big comic book reader, all in all. But this really blew me away. The pitch is that "Mirror Universe" AKA alternate timeline Jean Luc Picard, coming to the end of his stint as commander of the Stargazer looks to save the declining Terran...

    I know a lot of Star Trek fans find find the Mirror universe compelling, but I am not one of them. My big problem is that the Terran empire could never become an empire if people behave as depicted in this alternate reality. You cannot build an empire if crew members are spending their...

    I enjoyed this one. The Mirror Universe has always intrigued me since being introduced in the original series. Here we get a look at what the Next Generation crew would be like in this world. In some ways they are the same, in other ways different. Picard, for example, has the same dri...

    Remember the classic STAR TREK episode "Mirror Mirror", where Kirk winds up in an alternate universe where everyone is evil and Spock has a goatee? Well, this book is about that universe's version of the NEXT GENERATION crew, and it is hella fun. JK Woodward's painted art is well kn...

    This mini-series celebrates the 30th Anniversary of Star Trek: The Next Generation with an unusual twist. The setting is in the Mirror Universe. It has received renewed interest thanks to Star Trek: Discovery. That is no redeeming qualities to this crew of the ISS Enterprise. They rese...

    Given what we know happened in the Mirror Universe between TOS and DS9, I wondered where this book would fit in. As it turns out, rather nicely into what we know by imaging the TNG era Terran Empire effectively under siege. At least until the brooding, under appreciated, and ambitious ...

    I mean . . . you know. This is fine. It's silly, because its the Mirror Universe, which takes itself oh so seriously. But it's fun to see everyone running around with their sleeves ripped off to show their huge guns. Troi is Picard's "Inquisitor" which is an interesting (if predictable...

    An entertaining trip into the Mirror Universe with the TNG crew. They did a good job blending TNG elements into the Mirror Universe without contradicting the changes in the MU from DS9. A few surprise twists as well. However, I do have some nitpicks: the art wasn't my favorite, Data we...

    Collects Star Trek: The Next Generation: Mirror Broken issues #1-5 I enjoyed this, but I can't imagine someone liking this if they don't have some nostalgia for "TNG." The story here is fine, but the real benefit of reading this is seeing the dark parallel universe versions of famil...

    Sadly this is not one of my favorites. I love Star Trek and I love the idea of a mirror universe. However, for me this was not good. I did not like the graphics, to me they seemed muddled. The combo of the graphics and the dialog, something seemed off, they did not "match". The story i...

    This is a fun one. The altered (not opposite) versions of beloved characters are well-executed by writers Scott & David Tipton. (There?s even a good joke about Wesley?s sweaters.) Art by JK Woodward and colours by Charlie Kirchoff are excellent. Glad to see the news this week t...

    Crazy parallel universe of Star Trek where the Klingon's and Cardassians have joined forces and the federation does not exist. Anger prevails over kindness and everyone seems to undercut everyone else to get by in this universe. It was dark and a bit daunting, but an interesting parall...

    The Mirror Universe is always entertaining in Star Trek, and it was so fun to see the reflection of the Next Generation crew. Ruthless and cunning, watching them interact with each other was quite compelling. I hope there's more. ...

    Wow! Amazing art work and an enthralling story! I?m eager for more! Always great to see the anti-hero versions of our beloved crew! The authors clearly know their TNG, lots of great nods to the series! ...

    It was kind of fun to see the Next Gen cast as cutthroat members of the Terrain empire, but ultimately it didn't have any of the other things I like about Star Trek - exploring, trying to make friends with weird aliens, and trying to figure out the right thing to do in a difficult situ...

    Doesn't really fit into the canon, but otherwise cheesy good fun. I got a kick out of the muscle shirts and the cameo of the Neptunian, an obscure reptilian action figure that has long puzzled Trekkies because it was so random and out of place. ...

    I am one of the few "Star Trek" you will meet who doesn't like the Mirror Universe. That being said, this story was actually good, and the ending actually left me wanting more of these stories. Well done, Scott Tipton. ...

    Absolutely outstanding. I don't really enjoy Trek comics. They're always a bit flat. But not so in the Mirror Universe! Woodward's art and character designs are phenomenal. It's not often that a comic makes you wish you had arms big enough to cosplay as J-L Pipes. ...

    Las contrapartidas terranas de los personajes de TNG son fantásticas, desde Barclay hasta Wesley. El estilo de dibujo es tan realista que en ocasiones las viñetas parecen fotogramas de un capítulo. ...

    Everything about this is amazing. Mirror Universe Barclay is a treasure, and Wesley, too! ...

    Picard and the crew of the star gazer in the mirror univer see e take over the enterprise to wound the kligon cardassian alliance. ...

    The artwork alone is reason to get this fun story. ...

    This was awesome! Can't wait for the next one! ...

    Wonderful artwork, great likenesses, and a believable story. More? Make it so! ...

  • Gregory
    Jun 20, 2018

    With writing by Scott Tipton and David Tipton, and J.K. Woodward?s brooding, dramatic art, Mirror Broken gave us memorable characters (particularly Picard, Barclay and LaForge) and an action-packed story about Picard?s journey from washed-up captain to leader of the flagship of the...

    Once Deep Space 9 made visiting the Mirror Universe a once-per-season event, I started regretting that we never saw the Next Generation crew make that leap. IDW comics, whose Star Trek comics have been hitting it out of the park, has rectified that here. It's a solid story, with charac...

    I had pretty low expectations for this one. Not a big comic book reader, all in all. But this really blew me away. The pitch is that "Mirror Universe" AKA alternate timeline Jean Luc Picard, coming to the end of his stint as commander of the Stargazer looks to save the declining Terran...

    I know a lot of Star Trek fans find find the Mirror universe compelling, but I am not one of them. My big problem is that the Terran empire could never become an empire if people behave as depicted in this alternate reality. You cannot build an empire if crew members are spending their...

    I enjoyed this one. The Mirror Universe has always intrigued me since being introduced in the original series. Here we get a look at what the Next Generation crew would be like in this world. In some ways they are the same, in other ways different. Picard, for example, has the same dri...

    Remember the classic STAR TREK episode "Mirror Mirror", where Kirk winds up in an alternate universe where everyone is evil and Spock has a goatee? Well, this book is about that universe's version of the NEXT GENERATION crew, and it is hella fun. JK Woodward's painted art is well kn...

    This mini-series celebrates the 30th Anniversary of Star Trek: The Next Generation with an unusual twist. The setting is in the Mirror Universe. It has received renewed interest thanks to Star Trek: Discovery. That is no redeeming qualities to this crew of the ISS Enterprise. They rese...

  • Ron Turner
    Apr 09, 2018

    With writing by Scott Tipton and David Tipton, and J.K. Woodward?s brooding, dramatic art, Mirror Broken gave us memorable characters (particularly Picard, Barclay and LaForge) and an action-packed story about Picard?s journey from washed-up captain to leader of the flagship of the...

    Once Deep Space 9 made visiting the Mirror Universe a once-per-season event, I started regretting that we never saw the Next Generation crew make that leap. IDW comics, whose Star Trek comics have been hitting it out of the park, has rectified that here. It's a solid story, with charac...

    I had pretty low expectations for this one. Not a big comic book reader, all in all. But this really blew me away. The pitch is that "Mirror Universe" AKA alternate timeline Jean Luc Picard, coming to the end of his stint as commander of the Stargazer looks to save the declining Terran...

    I know a lot of Star Trek fans find find the Mirror universe compelling, but I am not one of them. My big problem is that the Terran empire could never become an empire if people behave as depicted in this alternate reality. You cannot build an empire if crew members are spending their...

    I enjoyed this one. The Mirror Universe has always intrigued me since being introduced in the original series. Here we get a look at what the Next Generation crew would be like in this world. In some ways they are the same, in other ways different. Picard, for example, has the same dri...

    Remember the classic STAR TREK episode "Mirror Mirror", where Kirk winds up in an alternate universe where everyone is evil and Spock has a goatee? Well, this book is about that universe's version of the NEXT GENERATION crew, and it is hella fun. JK Woodward's painted art is well kn...

    This mini-series celebrates the 30th Anniversary of Star Trek: The Next Generation with an unusual twist. The setting is in the Mirror Universe. It has received renewed interest thanks to Star Trek: Discovery. That is no redeeming qualities to this crew of the ISS Enterprise. They rese...

    Given what we know happened in the Mirror Universe between TOS and DS9, I wondered where this book would fit in. As it turns out, rather nicely into what we know by imaging the TNG era Terran Empire effectively under siege. At least until the brooding, under appreciated, and ambitious ...

    I mean . . . you know. This is fine. It's silly, because its the Mirror Universe, which takes itself oh so seriously. But it's fun to see everyone running around with their sleeves ripped off to show their huge guns. Troi is Picard's "Inquisitor" which is an interesting (if predictable...

    An entertaining trip into the Mirror Universe with the TNG crew. They did a good job blending TNG elements into the Mirror Universe without contradicting the changes in the MU from DS9. A few surprise twists as well. However, I do have some nitpicks: the art wasn't my favorite, Data we...

    Collects Star Trek: The Next Generation: Mirror Broken issues #1-5 I enjoyed this, but I can't imagine someone liking this if they don't have some nostalgia for "TNG." The story here is fine, but the real benefit of reading this is seeing the dark parallel universe versions of famil...

    Sadly this is not one of my favorites. I love Star Trek and I love the idea of a mirror universe. However, for me this was not good. I did not like the graphics, to me they seemed muddled. The combo of the graphics and the dialog, something seemed off, they did not "match". The story i...

    This is a fun one. The altered (not opposite) versions of beloved characters are well-executed by writers Scott & David Tipton. (There?s even a good joke about Wesley?s sweaters.) Art by JK Woodward and colours by Charlie Kirchoff are excellent. Glad to see the news this week t...

    Crazy parallel universe of Star Trek where the Klingon's and Cardassians have joined forces and the federation does not exist. Anger prevails over kindness and everyone seems to undercut everyone else to get by in this universe. It was dark and a bit daunting, but an interesting parall...

    The Mirror Universe is always entertaining in Star Trek, and it was so fun to see the reflection of the Next Generation crew. Ruthless and cunning, watching them interact with each other was quite compelling. I hope there's more. ...

    Wow! Amazing art work and an enthralling story! I?m eager for more! Always great to see the anti-hero versions of our beloved crew! The authors clearly know their TNG, lots of great nods to the series! ...

    It was kind of fun to see the Next Gen cast as cutthroat members of the Terrain empire, but ultimately it didn't have any of the other things I like about Star Trek - exploring, trying to make friends with weird aliens, and trying to figure out the right thing to do in a difficult situ...

    Doesn't really fit into the canon, but otherwise cheesy good fun. I got a kick out of the muscle shirts and the cameo of the Neptunian, an obscure reptilian action figure that has long puzzled Trekkies because it was so random and out of place. ...

  • David Agranoff
    Aug 10, 2018

    With writing by Scott Tipton and David Tipton, and J.K. Woodward?s brooding, dramatic art, Mirror Broken gave us memorable characters (particularly Picard, Barclay and LaForge) and an action-packed story about Picard?s journey from washed-up captain to leader of the flagship of the...

    Once Deep Space 9 made visiting the Mirror Universe a once-per-season event, I started regretting that we never saw the Next Generation crew make that leap. IDW comics, whose Star Trek comics have been hitting it out of the park, has rectified that here. It's a solid story, with charac...

    I had pretty low expectations for this one. Not a big comic book reader, all in all. But this really blew me away. The pitch is that "Mirror Universe" AKA alternate timeline Jean Luc Picard, coming to the end of his stint as commander of the Stargazer looks to save the declining Terran...

    I know a lot of Star Trek fans find find the Mirror universe compelling, but I am not one of them. My big problem is that the Terran empire could never become an empire if people behave as depicted in this alternate reality. You cannot build an empire if crew members are spending their...

    I enjoyed this one. The Mirror Universe has always intrigued me since being introduced in the original series. Here we get a look at what the Next Generation crew would be like in this world. In some ways they are the same, in other ways different. Picard, for example, has the same dri...

    Remember the classic STAR TREK episode "Mirror Mirror", where Kirk winds up in an alternate universe where everyone is evil and Spock has a goatee? Well, this book is about that universe's version of the NEXT GENERATION crew, and it is hella fun. JK Woodward's painted art is well kn...

    This mini-series celebrates the 30th Anniversary of Star Trek: The Next Generation with an unusual twist. The setting is in the Mirror Universe. It has received renewed interest thanks to Star Trek: Discovery. That is no redeeming qualities to this crew of the ISS Enterprise. They rese...

    Given what we know happened in the Mirror Universe between TOS and DS9, I wondered where this book would fit in. As it turns out, rather nicely into what we know by imaging the TNG era Terran Empire effectively under siege. At least until the brooding, under appreciated, and ambitious ...

    I mean . . . you know. This is fine. It's silly, because its the Mirror Universe, which takes itself oh so seriously. But it's fun to see everyone running around with their sleeves ripped off to show their huge guns. Troi is Picard's "Inquisitor" which is an interesting (if predictable...

    An entertaining trip into the Mirror Universe with the TNG crew. They did a good job blending TNG elements into the Mirror Universe without contradicting the changes in the MU from DS9. A few surprise twists as well. However, I do have some nitpicks: the art wasn't my favorite, Data we...

    Collects Star Trek: The Next Generation: Mirror Broken issues #1-5 I enjoyed this, but I can't imagine someone liking this if they don't have some nostalgia for "TNG." The story here is fine, but the real benefit of reading this is seeing the dark parallel universe versions of famil...

    Sadly this is not one of my favorites. I love Star Trek and I love the idea of a mirror universe. However, for me this was not good. I did not like the graphics, to me they seemed muddled. The combo of the graphics and the dialog, something seemed off, they did not "match". The story i...

    This is a fun one. The altered (not opposite) versions of beloved characters are well-executed by writers Scott & David Tipton. (There?s even a good joke about Wesley?s sweaters.) Art by JK Woodward and colours by Charlie Kirchoff are excellent. Glad to see the news this week t...

    Crazy parallel universe of Star Trek where the Klingon's and Cardassians have joined forces and the federation does not exist. Anger prevails over kindness and everyone seems to undercut everyone else to get by in this universe. It was dark and a bit daunting, but an interesting parall...

    The Mirror Universe is always entertaining in Star Trek, and it was so fun to see the reflection of the Next Generation crew. Ruthless and cunning, watching them interact with each other was quite compelling. I hope there's more. ...

    Wow! Amazing art work and an enthralling story! I?m eager for more! Always great to see the anti-hero versions of our beloved crew! The authors clearly know their TNG, lots of great nods to the series! ...

    It was kind of fun to see the Next Gen cast as cutthroat members of the Terrain empire, but ultimately it didn't have any of the other things I like about Star Trek - exploring, trying to make friends with weird aliens, and trying to figure out the right thing to do in a difficult situ...

    Doesn't really fit into the canon, but otherwise cheesy good fun. I got a kick out of the muscle shirts and the cameo of the Neptunian, an obscure reptilian action figure that has long puzzled Trekkies because it was so random and out of place. ...

    I am one of the few "Star Trek" you will meet who doesn't like the Mirror Universe. That being said, this story was actually good, and the ending actually left me wanting more of these stories. Well done, Scott Tipton. ...

    Absolutely outstanding. I don't really enjoy Trek comics. They're always a bit flat. But not so in the Mirror Universe! Woodward's art and character designs are phenomenal. It's not often that a comic makes you wish you had arms big enough to cosplay as J-L Pipes. ...

    Las contrapartidas terranas de los personajes de TNG son fantásticas, desde Barclay hasta Wesley. El estilo de dibujo es tan realista que en ocasiones las viñetas parecen fotogramas de un capítulo. ...

    Everything about this is amazing. Mirror Universe Barclay is a treasure, and Wesley, too! ...

    Picard and the crew of the star gazer in the mirror univer see e take over the enterprise to wound the kligon cardassian alliance. ...

    The artwork alone is reason to get this fun story. ...

    This was awesome! Can't wait for the next one! ...

    Wonderful artwork, great likenesses, and a believable story. More? Make it so! ...

    I like the Star Trek Mirror Universe concept. ...

    Kinda feel the mirror universe is played out and less interesting corner of the Trek universe but this story of how mirror Picard takes command of the ISS enterprise is pretty fun. ...

  • Rock Conner
    May 14, 2018

    With writing by Scott Tipton and David Tipton, and J.K. Woodward?s brooding, dramatic art, Mirror Broken gave us memorable characters (particularly Picard, Barclay and LaForge) and an action-packed story about Picard?s journey from washed-up captain to leader of the flagship of the...

    Once Deep Space 9 made visiting the Mirror Universe a once-per-season event, I started regretting that we never saw the Next Generation crew make that leap. IDW comics, whose Star Trek comics have been hitting it out of the park, has rectified that here. It's a solid story, with charac...

    I had pretty low expectations for this one. Not a big comic book reader, all in all. But this really blew me away. The pitch is that "Mirror Universe" AKA alternate timeline Jean Luc Picard, coming to the end of his stint as commander of the Stargazer looks to save the declining Terran...

    I know a lot of Star Trek fans find find the Mirror universe compelling, but I am not one of them. My big problem is that the Terran empire could never become an empire if people behave as depicted in this alternate reality. You cannot build an empire if crew members are spending their...

    I enjoyed this one. The Mirror Universe has always intrigued me since being introduced in the original series. Here we get a look at what the Next Generation crew would be like in this world. In some ways they are the same, in other ways different. Picard, for example, has the same dri...

    Remember the classic STAR TREK episode "Mirror Mirror", where Kirk winds up in an alternate universe where everyone is evil and Spock has a goatee? Well, this book is about that universe's version of the NEXT GENERATION crew, and it is hella fun. JK Woodward's painted art is well kn...

    This mini-series celebrates the 30th Anniversary of Star Trek: The Next Generation with an unusual twist. The setting is in the Mirror Universe. It has received renewed interest thanks to Star Trek: Discovery. That is no redeeming qualities to this crew of the ISS Enterprise. They rese...

    Given what we know happened in the Mirror Universe between TOS and DS9, I wondered where this book would fit in. As it turns out, rather nicely into what we know by imaging the TNG era Terran Empire effectively under siege. At least until the brooding, under appreciated, and ambitious ...

    I mean . . . you know. This is fine. It's silly, because its the Mirror Universe, which takes itself oh so seriously. But it's fun to see everyone running around with their sleeves ripped off to show their huge guns. Troi is Picard's "Inquisitor" which is an interesting (if predictable...

    An entertaining trip into the Mirror Universe with the TNG crew. They did a good job blending TNG elements into the Mirror Universe without contradicting the changes in the MU from DS9. A few surprise twists as well. However, I do have some nitpicks: the art wasn't my favorite, Data we...

    Collects Star Trek: The Next Generation: Mirror Broken issues #1-5 I enjoyed this, but I can't imagine someone liking this if they don't have some nostalgia for "TNG." The story here is fine, but the real benefit of reading this is seeing the dark parallel universe versions of famil...

    Sadly this is not one of my favorites. I love Star Trek and I love the idea of a mirror universe. However, for me this was not good. I did not like the graphics, to me they seemed muddled. The combo of the graphics and the dialog, something seemed off, they did not "match". The story i...

    This is a fun one. The altered (not opposite) versions of beloved characters are well-executed by writers Scott & David Tipton. (There?s even a good joke about Wesley?s sweaters.) Art by JK Woodward and colours by Charlie Kirchoff are excellent. Glad to see the news this week t...

    Crazy parallel universe of Star Trek where the Klingon's and Cardassians have joined forces and the federation does not exist. Anger prevails over kindness and everyone seems to undercut everyone else to get by in this universe. It was dark and a bit daunting, but an interesting parall...

    The Mirror Universe is always entertaining in Star Trek, and it was so fun to see the reflection of the Next Generation crew. Ruthless and cunning, watching them interact with each other was quite compelling. I hope there's more. ...

    Wow! Amazing art work and an enthralling story! I?m eager for more! Always great to see the anti-hero versions of our beloved crew! The authors clearly know their TNG, lots of great nods to the series! ...

    It was kind of fun to see the Next Gen cast as cutthroat members of the Terrain empire, but ultimately it didn't have any of the other things I like about Star Trek - exploring, trying to make friends with weird aliens, and trying to figure out the right thing to do in a difficult situ...

    Doesn't really fit into the canon, but otherwise cheesy good fun. I got a kick out of the muscle shirts and the cameo of the Neptunian, an obscure reptilian action figure that has long puzzled Trekkies because it was so random and out of place. ...

    I am one of the few "Star Trek" you will meet who doesn't like the Mirror Universe. That being said, this story was actually good, and the ending actually left me wanting more of these stories. Well done, Scott Tipton. ...

    Absolutely outstanding. I don't really enjoy Trek comics. They're always a bit flat. But not so in the Mirror Universe! Woodward's art and character designs are phenomenal. It's not often that a comic makes you wish you had arms big enough to cosplay as J-L Pipes. ...

    Las contrapartidas terranas de los personajes de TNG son fantásticas, desde Barclay hasta Wesley. El estilo de dibujo es tan realista que en ocasiones las viñetas parecen fotogramas de un capítulo. ...

    Everything about this is amazing. Mirror Universe Barclay is a treasure, and Wesley, too! ...

    Picard and the crew of the star gazer in the mirror univer see e take over the enterprise to wound the kligon cardassian alliance. ...

    The artwork alone is reason to get this fun story. ...

    This was awesome! Can't wait for the next one! ...

    Wonderful artwork, great likenesses, and a believable story. More? Make it so! ...

    I like the Star Trek Mirror Universe concept. ...

  • Alison N
    Aug 01, 2018

    With writing by Scott Tipton and David Tipton, and J.K. Woodward?s brooding, dramatic art, Mirror Broken gave us memorable characters (particularly Picard, Barclay and LaForge) and an action-packed story about Picard?s journey from washed-up captain to leader of the flagship of the...

    Once Deep Space 9 made visiting the Mirror Universe a once-per-season event, I started regretting that we never saw the Next Generation crew make that leap. IDW comics, whose Star Trek comics have been hitting it out of the park, has rectified that here. It's a solid story, with charac...

    I had pretty low expectations for this one. Not a big comic book reader, all in all. But this really blew me away. The pitch is that "Mirror Universe" AKA alternate timeline Jean Luc Picard, coming to the end of his stint as commander of the Stargazer looks to save the declining Terran...

    I know a lot of Star Trek fans find find the Mirror universe compelling, but I am not one of them. My big problem is that the Terran empire could never become an empire if people behave as depicted in this alternate reality. You cannot build an empire if crew members are spending their...

    I enjoyed this one. The Mirror Universe has always intrigued me since being introduced in the original series. Here we get a look at what the Next Generation crew would be like in this world. In some ways they are the same, in other ways different. Picard, for example, has the same dri...

    Remember the classic STAR TREK episode "Mirror Mirror", where Kirk winds up in an alternate universe where everyone is evil and Spock has a goatee? Well, this book is about that universe's version of the NEXT GENERATION crew, and it is hella fun. JK Woodward's painted art is well kn...

    This mini-series celebrates the 30th Anniversary of Star Trek: The Next Generation with an unusual twist. The setting is in the Mirror Universe. It has received renewed interest thanks to Star Trek: Discovery. That is no redeeming qualities to this crew of the ISS Enterprise. They rese...

    Given what we know happened in the Mirror Universe between TOS and DS9, I wondered where this book would fit in. As it turns out, rather nicely into what we know by imaging the TNG era Terran Empire effectively under siege. At least until the brooding, under appreciated, and ambitious ...

    I mean . . . you know. This is fine. It's silly, because its the Mirror Universe, which takes itself oh so seriously. But it's fun to see everyone running around with their sleeves ripped off to show their huge guns. Troi is Picard's "Inquisitor" which is an interesting (if predictable...

    An entertaining trip into the Mirror Universe with the TNG crew. They did a good job blending TNG elements into the Mirror Universe without contradicting the changes in the MU from DS9. A few surprise twists as well. However, I do have some nitpicks: the art wasn't my favorite, Data we...

    Collects Star Trek: The Next Generation: Mirror Broken issues #1-5 I enjoyed this, but I can't imagine someone liking this if they don't have some nostalgia for "TNG." The story here is fine, but the real benefit of reading this is seeing the dark parallel universe versions of famil...

    Sadly this is not one of my favorites. I love Star Trek and I love the idea of a mirror universe. However, for me this was not good. I did not like the graphics, to me they seemed muddled. The combo of the graphics and the dialog, something seemed off, they did not "match". The story i...

    This is a fun one. The altered (not opposite) versions of beloved characters are well-executed by writers Scott & David Tipton. (There?s even a good joke about Wesley?s sweaters.) Art by JK Woodward and colours by Charlie Kirchoff are excellent. Glad to see the news this week t...

    Crazy parallel universe of Star Trek where the Klingon's and Cardassians have joined forces and the federation does not exist. Anger prevails over kindness and everyone seems to undercut everyone else to get by in this universe. It was dark and a bit daunting, but an interesting parall...

    The Mirror Universe is always entertaining in Star Trek, and it was so fun to see the reflection of the Next Generation crew. Ruthless and cunning, watching them interact with each other was quite compelling. I hope there's more. ...

  • Kavinay
    Oct 29, 2018

    With writing by Scott Tipton and David Tipton, and J.K. Woodward?s brooding, dramatic art, Mirror Broken gave us memorable characters (particularly Picard, Barclay and LaForge) and an action-packed story about Picard?s journey from washed-up captain to leader of the flagship of the...

    Once Deep Space 9 made visiting the Mirror Universe a once-per-season event, I started regretting that we never saw the Next Generation crew make that leap. IDW comics, whose Star Trek comics have been hitting it out of the park, has rectified that here. It's a solid story, with charac...

    I had pretty low expectations for this one. Not a big comic book reader, all in all. But this really blew me away. The pitch is that "Mirror Universe" AKA alternate timeline Jean Luc Picard, coming to the end of his stint as commander of the Stargazer looks to save the declining Terran...

    I know a lot of Star Trek fans find find the Mirror universe compelling, but I am not one of them. My big problem is that the Terran empire could never become an empire if people behave as depicted in this alternate reality. You cannot build an empire if crew members are spending their...

    I enjoyed this one. The Mirror Universe has always intrigued me since being introduced in the original series. Here we get a look at what the Next Generation crew would be like in this world. In some ways they are the same, in other ways different. Picard, for example, has the same dri...

    Remember the classic STAR TREK episode "Mirror Mirror", where Kirk winds up in an alternate universe where everyone is evil and Spock has a goatee? Well, this book is about that universe's version of the NEXT GENERATION crew, and it is hella fun. JK Woodward's painted art is well kn...

    This mini-series celebrates the 30th Anniversary of Star Trek: The Next Generation with an unusual twist. The setting is in the Mirror Universe. It has received renewed interest thanks to Star Trek: Discovery. That is no redeeming qualities to this crew of the ISS Enterprise. They rese...

    Given what we know happened in the Mirror Universe between TOS and DS9, I wondered where this book would fit in. As it turns out, rather nicely into what we know by imaging the TNG era Terran Empire effectively under siege. At least until the brooding, under appreciated, and ambitious ...

    I mean . . . you know. This is fine. It's silly, because its the Mirror Universe, which takes itself oh so seriously. But it's fun to see everyone running around with their sleeves ripped off to show their huge guns. Troi is Picard's "Inquisitor" which is an interesting (if predictable...

    An entertaining trip into the Mirror Universe with the TNG crew. They did a good job blending TNG elements into the Mirror Universe without contradicting the changes in the MU from DS9. A few surprise twists as well. However, I do have some nitpicks: the art wasn't my favorite, Data we...

    Collects Star Trek: The Next Generation: Mirror Broken issues #1-5 I enjoyed this, but I can't imagine someone liking this if they don't have some nostalgia for "TNG." The story here is fine, but the real benefit of reading this is seeing the dark parallel universe versions of famil...

    Sadly this is not one of my favorites. I love Star Trek and I love the idea of a mirror universe. However, for me this was not good. I did not like the graphics, to me they seemed muddled. The combo of the graphics and the dialog, something seemed off, they did not "match". The story i...

    This is a fun one. The altered (not opposite) versions of beloved characters are well-executed by writers Scott & David Tipton. (There?s even a good joke about Wesley?s sweaters.) Art by JK Woodward and colours by Charlie Kirchoff are excellent. Glad to see the news this week t...

    Crazy parallel universe of Star Trek where the Klingon's and Cardassians have joined forces and the federation does not exist. Anger prevails over kindness and everyone seems to undercut everyone else to get by in this universe. It was dark and a bit daunting, but an interesting parall...

    The Mirror Universe is always entertaining in Star Trek, and it was so fun to see the reflection of the Next Generation crew. Ruthless and cunning, watching them interact with each other was quite compelling. I hope there's more. ...

    Wow! Amazing art work and an enthralling story! I?m eager for more! Always great to see the anti-hero versions of our beloved crew! The authors clearly know their TNG, lots of great nods to the series! ...

    It was kind of fun to see the Next Gen cast as cutthroat members of the Terrain empire, but ultimately it didn't have any of the other things I like about Star Trek - exploring, trying to make friends with weird aliens, and trying to figure out the right thing to do in a difficult situ...

    Doesn't really fit into the canon, but otherwise cheesy good fun. I got a kick out of the muscle shirts and the cameo of the Neptunian, an obscure reptilian action figure that has long puzzled Trekkies because it was so random and out of place. ...

    I am one of the few "Star Trek" you will meet who doesn't like the Mirror Universe. That being said, this story was actually good, and the ending actually left me wanting more of these stories. Well done, Scott Tipton. ...

    Absolutely outstanding. I don't really enjoy Trek comics. They're always a bit flat. But not so in the Mirror Universe! Woodward's art and character designs are phenomenal. It's not often that a comic makes you wish you had arms big enough to cosplay as J-L Pipes. ...

  • Matt
    May 19, 2018

    With writing by Scott Tipton and David Tipton, and J.K. Woodward?s brooding, dramatic art, Mirror Broken gave us memorable characters (particularly Picard, Barclay and LaForge) and an action-packed story about Picard?s journey from washed-up captain to leader of the flagship of the...

    Once Deep Space 9 made visiting the Mirror Universe a once-per-season event, I started regretting that we never saw the Next Generation crew make that leap. IDW comics, whose Star Trek comics have been hitting it out of the park, has rectified that here. It's a solid story, with charac...

    I had pretty low expectations for this one. Not a big comic book reader, all in all. But this really blew me away. The pitch is that "Mirror Universe" AKA alternate timeline Jean Luc Picard, coming to the end of his stint as commander of the Stargazer looks to save the declining Terran...

    I know a lot of Star Trek fans find find the Mirror universe compelling, but I am not one of them. My big problem is that the Terran empire could never become an empire if people behave as depicted in this alternate reality. You cannot build an empire if crew members are spending their...

    I enjoyed this one. The Mirror Universe has always intrigued me since being introduced in the original series. Here we get a look at what the Next Generation crew would be like in this world. In some ways they are the same, in other ways different. Picard, for example, has the same dri...

    Remember the classic STAR TREK episode "Mirror Mirror", where Kirk winds up in an alternate universe where everyone is evil and Spock has a goatee? Well, this book is about that universe's version of the NEXT GENERATION crew, and it is hella fun. JK Woodward's painted art is well kn...

    This mini-series celebrates the 30th Anniversary of Star Trek: The Next Generation with an unusual twist. The setting is in the Mirror Universe. It has received renewed interest thanks to Star Trek: Discovery. That is no redeeming qualities to this crew of the ISS Enterprise. They rese...

    Given what we know happened in the Mirror Universe between TOS and DS9, I wondered where this book would fit in. As it turns out, rather nicely into what we know by imaging the TNG era Terran Empire effectively under siege. At least until the brooding, under appreciated, and ambitious ...

    I mean . . . you know. This is fine. It's silly, because its the Mirror Universe, which takes itself oh so seriously. But it's fun to see everyone running around with their sleeves ripped off to show their huge guns. Troi is Picard's "Inquisitor" which is an interesting (if predictable...

    An entertaining trip into the Mirror Universe with the TNG crew. They did a good job blending TNG elements into the Mirror Universe without contradicting the changes in the MU from DS9. A few surprise twists as well. However, I do have some nitpicks: the art wasn't my favorite, Data we...

    Collects Star Trek: The Next Generation: Mirror Broken issues #1-5 I enjoyed this, but I can't imagine someone liking this if they don't have some nostalgia for "TNG." The story here is fine, but the real benefit of reading this is seeing the dark parallel universe versions of famil...

  • Matthew Kresal
    May 15, 2018

    With writing by Scott Tipton and David Tipton, and J.K. Woodward?s brooding, dramatic art, Mirror Broken gave us memorable characters (particularly Picard, Barclay and LaForge) and an action-packed story about Picard?s journey from washed-up captain to leader of the flagship of the...

    Once Deep Space 9 made visiting the Mirror Universe a once-per-season event, I started regretting that we never saw the Next Generation crew make that leap. IDW comics, whose Star Trek comics have been hitting it out of the park, has rectified that here. It's a solid story, with charac...

    I had pretty low expectations for this one. Not a big comic book reader, all in all. But this really blew me away. The pitch is that "Mirror Universe" AKA alternate timeline Jean Luc Picard, coming to the end of his stint as commander of the Stargazer looks to save the declining Terran...

    I know a lot of Star Trek fans find find the Mirror universe compelling, but I am not one of them. My big problem is that the Terran empire could never become an empire if people behave as depicted in this alternate reality. You cannot build an empire if crew members are spending their...

    I enjoyed this one. The Mirror Universe has always intrigued me since being introduced in the original series. Here we get a look at what the Next Generation crew would be like in this world. In some ways they are the same, in other ways different. Picard, for example, has the same dri...

    Remember the classic STAR TREK episode "Mirror Mirror", where Kirk winds up in an alternate universe where everyone is evil and Spock has a goatee? Well, this book is about that universe's version of the NEXT GENERATION crew, and it is hella fun. JK Woodward's painted art is well kn...

    This mini-series celebrates the 30th Anniversary of Star Trek: The Next Generation with an unusual twist. The setting is in the Mirror Universe. It has received renewed interest thanks to Star Trek: Discovery. That is no redeeming qualities to this crew of the ISS Enterprise. They rese...

    Given what we know happened in the Mirror Universe between TOS and DS9, I wondered where this book would fit in. As it turns out, rather nicely into what we know by imaging the TNG era Terran Empire effectively under siege. At least until the brooding, under appreciated, and ambitious ...

  • C. John Kerry
    Sep 07, 2018

    With writing by Scott Tipton and David Tipton, and J.K. Woodward?s brooding, dramatic art, Mirror Broken gave us memorable characters (particularly Picard, Barclay and LaForge) and an action-packed story about Picard?s journey from washed-up captain to leader of the flagship of the...

    Once Deep Space 9 made visiting the Mirror Universe a once-per-season event, I started regretting that we never saw the Next Generation crew make that leap. IDW comics, whose Star Trek comics have been hitting it out of the park, has rectified that here. It's a solid story, with charac...

    I had pretty low expectations for this one. Not a big comic book reader, all in all. But this really blew me away. The pitch is that "Mirror Universe" AKA alternate timeline Jean Luc Picard, coming to the end of his stint as commander of the Stargazer looks to save the declining Terran...

    I know a lot of Star Trek fans find find the Mirror universe compelling, but I am not one of them. My big problem is that the Terran empire could never become an empire if people behave as depicted in this alternate reality. You cannot build an empire if crew members are spending their...

    I enjoyed this one. The Mirror Universe has always intrigued me since being introduced in the original series. Here we get a look at what the Next Generation crew would be like in this world. In some ways they are the same, in other ways different. Picard, for example, has the same dri...

  • John Yelverton
    Sep 21, 2018

    With writing by Scott Tipton and David Tipton, and J.K. Woodward?s brooding, dramatic art, Mirror Broken gave us memorable characters (particularly Picard, Barclay and LaForge) and an action-packed story about Picard?s journey from washed-up captain to leader of the flagship of the...

    Once Deep Space 9 made visiting the Mirror Universe a once-per-season event, I started regretting that we never saw the Next Generation crew make that leap. IDW comics, whose Star Trek comics have been hitting it out of the park, has rectified that here. It's a solid story, with charac...

    I had pretty low expectations for this one. Not a big comic book reader, all in all. But this really blew me away. The pitch is that "Mirror Universe" AKA alternate timeline Jean Luc Picard, coming to the end of his stint as commander of the Stargazer looks to save the declining Terran...

    I know a lot of Star Trek fans find find the Mirror universe compelling, but I am not one of them. My big problem is that the Terran empire could never become an empire if people behave as depicted in this alternate reality. You cannot build an empire if crew members are spending their...

    I enjoyed this one. The Mirror Universe has always intrigued me since being introduced in the original series. Here we get a look at what the Next Generation crew would be like in this world. In some ways they are the same, in other ways different. Picard, for example, has the same dri...

    Remember the classic STAR TREK episode "Mirror Mirror", where Kirk winds up in an alternate universe where everyone is evil and Spock has a goatee? Well, this book is about that universe's version of the NEXT GENERATION crew, and it is hella fun. JK Woodward's painted art is well kn...

    This mini-series celebrates the 30th Anniversary of Star Trek: The Next Generation with an unusual twist. The setting is in the Mirror Universe. It has received renewed interest thanks to Star Trek: Discovery. That is no redeeming qualities to this crew of the ISS Enterprise. They rese...

    Given what we know happened in the Mirror Universe between TOS and DS9, I wondered where this book would fit in. As it turns out, rather nicely into what we know by imaging the TNG era Terran Empire effectively under siege. At least until the brooding, under appreciated, and ambitious ...

    I mean . . . you know. This is fine. It's silly, because its the Mirror Universe, which takes itself oh so seriously. But it's fun to see everyone running around with their sleeves ripped off to show their huge guns. Troi is Picard's "Inquisitor" which is an interesting (if predictable...

    An entertaining trip into the Mirror Universe with the TNG crew. They did a good job blending TNG elements into the Mirror Universe without contradicting the changes in the MU from DS9. A few surprise twists as well. However, I do have some nitpicks: the art wasn't my favorite, Data we...

    Collects Star Trek: The Next Generation: Mirror Broken issues #1-5 I enjoyed this, but I can't imagine someone liking this if they don't have some nostalgia for "TNG." The story here is fine, but the real benefit of reading this is seeing the dark parallel universe versions of famil...

    Sadly this is not one of my favorites. I love Star Trek and I love the idea of a mirror universe. However, for me this was not good. I did not like the graphics, to me they seemed muddled. The combo of the graphics and the dialog, something seemed off, they did not "match". The story i...

    This is a fun one. The altered (not opposite) versions of beloved characters are well-executed by writers Scott & David Tipton. (There?s even a good joke about Wesley?s sweaters.) Art by JK Woodward and colours by Charlie Kirchoff are excellent. Glad to see the news this week t...

    Crazy parallel universe of Star Trek where the Klingon's and Cardassians have joined forces and the federation does not exist. Anger prevails over kindness and everyone seems to undercut everyone else to get by in this universe. It was dark and a bit daunting, but an interesting parall...

    The Mirror Universe is always entertaining in Star Trek, and it was so fun to see the reflection of the Next Generation crew. Ruthless and cunning, watching them interact with each other was quite compelling. I hope there's more. ...

    Wow! Amazing art work and an enthralling story! I?m eager for more! Always great to see the anti-hero versions of our beloved crew! The authors clearly know their TNG, lots of great nods to the series! ...

    It was kind of fun to see the Next Gen cast as cutthroat members of the Terrain empire, but ultimately it didn't have any of the other things I like about Star Trek - exploring, trying to make friends with weird aliens, and trying to figure out the right thing to do in a difficult situ...

    Doesn't really fit into the canon, but otherwise cheesy good fun. I got a kick out of the muscle shirts and the cameo of the Neptunian, an obscure reptilian action figure that has long puzzled Trekkies because it was so random and out of place. ...

    I am one of the few "Star Trek" you will meet who doesn't like the Mirror Universe. That being said, this story was actually good, and the ending actually left me wanting more of these stories. Well done, Scott Tipton. ...

  • Quinn Rollins
    May 14, 2018

    With writing by Scott Tipton and David Tipton, and J.K. Woodward?s brooding, dramatic art, Mirror Broken gave us memorable characters (particularly Picard, Barclay and LaForge) and an action-packed story about Picard?s journey from washed-up captain to leader of the flagship of the...

    Once Deep Space 9 made visiting the Mirror Universe a once-per-season event, I started regretting that we never saw the Next Generation crew make that leap. IDW comics, whose Star Trek comics have been hitting it out of the park, has rectified that here. It's a solid story, with charac...

  • David Sanz
    Aug 26, 2018

    With writing by Scott Tipton and David Tipton, and J.K. Woodward?s brooding, dramatic art, Mirror Broken gave us memorable characters (particularly Picard, Barclay and LaForge) and an action-packed story about Picard?s journey from washed-up captain to leader of the flagship of the...

    Once Deep Space 9 made visiting the Mirror Universe a once-per-season event, I started regretting that we never saw the Next Generation crew make that leap. IDW comics, whose Star Trek comics have been hitting it out of the park, has rectified that here. It's a solid story, with charac...

    I had pretty low expectations for this one. Not a big comic book reader, all in all. But this really blew me away. The pitch is that "Mirror Universe" AKA alternate timeline Jean Luc Picard, coming to the end of his stint as commander of the Stargazer looks to save the declining Terran...

    I know a lot of Star Trek fans find find the Mirror universe compelling, but I am not one of them. My big problem is that the Terran empire could never become an empire if people behave as depicted in this alternate reality. You cannot build an empire if crew members are spending their...

    I enjoyed this one. The Mirror Universe has always intrigued me since being introduced in the original series. Here we get a look at what the Next Generation crew would be like in this world. In some ways they are the same, in other ways different. Picard, for example, has the same dri...

    Remember the classic STAR TREK episode "Mirror Mirror", where Kirk winds up in an alternate universe where everyone is evil and Spock has a goatee? Well, this book is about that universe's version of the NEXT GENERATION crew, and it is hella fun. JK Woodward's painted art is well kn...

    This mini-series celebrates the 30th Anniversary of Star Trek: The Next Generation with an unusual twist. The setting is in the Mirror Universe. It has received renewed interest thanks to Star Trek: Discovery. That is no redeeming qualities to this crew of the ISS Enterprise. They rese...

    Given what we know happened in the Mirror Universe between TOS and DS9, I wondered where this book would fit in. As it turns out, rather nicely into what we know by imaging the TNG era Terran Empire effectively under siege. At least until the brooding, under appreciated, and ambitious ...

    I mean . . . you know. This is fine. It's silly, because its the Mirror Universe, which takes itself oh so seriously. But it's fun to see everyone running around with their sleeves ripped off to show their huge guns. Troi is Picard's "Inquisitor" which is an interesting (if predictable...

    An entertaining trip into the Mirror Universe with the TNG crew. They did a good job blending TNG elements into the Mirror Universe without contradicting the changes in the MU from DS9. A few surprise twists as well. However, I do have some nitpicks: the art wasn't my favorite, Data we...

    Collects Star Trek: The Next Generation: Mirror Broken issues #1-5 I enjoyed this, but I can't imagine someone liking this if they don't have some nostalgia for "TNG." The story here is fine, but the real benefit of reading this is seeing the dark parallel universe versions of famil...

    Sadly this is not one of my favorites. I love Star Trek and I love the idea of a mirror universe. However, for me this was not good. I did not like the graphics, to me they seemed muddled. The combo of the graphics and the dialog, something seemed off, they did not "match". The story i...

    This is a fun one. The altered (not opposite) versions of beloved characters are well-executed by writers Scott & David Tipton. (There?s even a good joke about Wesley?s sweaters.) Art by JK Woodward and colours by Charlie Kirchoff are excellent. Glad to see the news this week t...

    Crazy parallel universe of Star Trek where the Klingon's and Cardassians have joined forces and the federation does not exist. Anger prevails over kindness and everyone seems to undercut everyone else to get by in this universe. It was dark and a bit daunting, but an interesting parall...

    The Mirror Universe is always entertaining in Star Trek, and it was so fun to see the reflection of the Next Generation crew. Ruthless and cunning, watching them interact with each other was quite compelling. I hope there's more. ...

    Wow! Amazing art work and an enthralling story! I?m eager for more! Always great to see the anti-hero versions of our beloved crew! The authors clearly know their TNG, lots of great nods to the series! ...

    It was kind of fun to see the Next Gen cast as cutthroat members of the Terrain empire, but ultimately it didn't have any of the other things I like about Star Trek - exploring, trying to make friends with weird aliens, and trying to figure out the right thing to do in a difficult situ...

    Doesn't really fit into the canon, but otherwise cheesy good fun. I got a kick out of the muscle shirts and the cameo of the Neptunian, an obscure reptilian action figure that has long puzzled Trekkies because it was so random and out of place. ...

    I am one of the few "Star Trek" you will meet who doesn't like the Mirror Universe. That being said, this story was actually good, and the ending actually left me wanting more of these stories. Well done, Scott Tipton. ...

    Absolutely outstanding. I don't really enjoy Trek comics. They're always a bit flat. But not so in the Mirror Universe! Woodward's art and character designs are phenomenal. It's not often that a comic makes you wish you had arms big enough to cosplay as J-L Pipes. ...

    Las contrapartidas terranas de los personajes de TNG son fantásticas, desde Barclay hasta Wesley. El estilo de dibujo es tan realista que en ocasiones las viñetas parecen fotogramas de un capítulo. ...

  • Terry Mulcahy
    Jun 04, 2018

    With writing by Scott Tipton and David Tipton, and J.K. Woodward?s brooding, dramatic art, Mirror Broken gave us memorable characters (particularly Picard, Barclay and LaForge) and an action-packed story about Picard?s journey from washed-up captain to leader of the flagship of the...

    Once Deep Space 9 made visiting the Mirror Universe a once-per-season event, I started regretting that we never saw the Next Generation crew make that leap. IDW comics, whose Star Trek comics have been hitting it out of the park, has rectified that here. It's a solid story, with charac...

    I had pretty low expectations for this one. Not a big comic book reader, all in all. But this really blew me away. The pitch is that "Mirror Universe" AKA alternate timeline Jean Luc Picard, coming to the end of his stint as commander of the Stargazer looks to save the declining Terran...

    I know a lot of Star Trek fans find find the Mirror universe compelling, but I am not one of them. My big problem is that the Terran empire could never become an empire if people behave as depicted in this alternate reality. You cannot build an empire if crew members are spending their...

    I enjoyed this one. The Mirror Universe has always intrigued me since being introduced in the original series. Here we get a look at what the Next Generation crew would be like in this world. In some ways they are the same, in other ways different. Picard, for example, has the same dri...

    Remember the classic STAR TREK episode "Mirror Mirror", where Kirk winds up in an alternate universe where everyone is evil and Spock has a goatee? Well, this book is about that universe's version of the NEXT GENERATION crew, and it is hella fun. JK Woodward's painted art is well kn...

    This mini-series celebrates the 30th Anniversary of Star Trek: The Next Generation with an unusual twist. The setting is in the Mirror Universe. It has received renewed interest thanks to Star Trek: Discovery. That is no redeeming qualities to this crew of the ISS Enterprise. They rese...

    Given what we know happened in the Mirror Universe between TOS and DS9, I wondered where this book would fit in. As it turns out, rather nicely into what we know by imaging the TNG era Terran Empire effectively under siege. At least until the brooding, under appreciated, and ambitious ...

    I mean . . . you know. This is fine. It's silly, because its the Mirror Universe, which takes itself oh so seriously. But it's fun to see everyone running around with their sleeves ripped off to show their huge guns. Troi is Picard's "Inquisitor" which is an interesting (if predictable...

    An entertaining trip into the Mirror Universe with the TNG crew. They did a good job blending TNG elements into the Mirror Universe without contradicting the changes in the MU from DS9. A few surprise twists as well. However, I do have some nitpicks: the art wasn't my favorite, Data we...

    Collects Star Trek: The Next Generation: Mirror Broken issues #1-5 I enjoyed this, but I can't imagine someone liking this if they don't have some nostalgia for "TNG." The story here is fine, but the real benefit of reading this is seeing the dark parallel universe versions of famil...

    Sadly this is not one of my favorites. I love Star Trek and I love the idea of a mirror universe. However, for me this was not good. I did not like the graphics, to me they seemed muddled. The combo of the graphics and the dialog, something seemed off, they did not "match". The story i...

    This is a fun one. The altered (not opposite) versions of beloved characters are well-executed by writers Scott & David Tipton. (There?s even a good joke about Wesley?s sweaters.) Art by JK Woodward and colours by Charlie Kirchoff are excellent. Glad to see the news this week t...

    Crazy parallel universe of Star Trek where the Klingon's and Cardassians have joined forces and the federation does not exist. Anger prevails over kindness and everyone seems to undercut everyone else to get by in this universe. It was dark and a bit daunting, but an interesting parall...

    The Mirror Universe is always entertaining in Star Trek, and it was so fun to see the reflection of the Next Generation crew. Ruthless and cunning, watching them interact with each other was quite compelling. I hope there's more. ...

    Wow! Amazing art work and an enthralling story! I?m eager for more! Always great to see the anti-hero versions of our beloved crew! The authors clearly know their TNG, lots of great nods to the series! ...

    It was kind of fun to see the Next Gen cast as cutthroat members of the Terrain empire, but ultimately it didn't have any of the other things I like about Star Trek - exploring, trying to make friends with weird aliens, and trying to figure out the right thing to do in a difficult situ...

    Doesn't really fit into the canon, but otherwise cheesy good fun. I got a kick out of the muscle shirts and the cameo of the Neptunian, an obscure reptilian action figure that has long puzzled Trekkies because it was so random and out of place. ...

    I am one of the few "Star Trek" you will meet who doesn't like the Mirror Universe. That being said, this story was actually good, and the ending actually left me wanting more of these stories. Well done, Scott Tipton. ...

    Absolutely outstanding. I don't really enjoy Trek comics. They're always a bit flat. But not so in the Mirror Universe! Woodward's art and character designs are phenomenal. It's not often that a comic makes you wish you had arms big enough to cosplay as J-L Pipes. ...

    Las contrapartidas terranas de los personajes de TNG son fantásticas, desde Barclay hasta Wesley. El estilo de dibujo es tan realista que en ocasiones las viñetas parecen fotogramas de un capítulo. ...

    Everything about this is amazing. Mirror Universe Barclay is a treasure, and Wesley, too! ...

    Picard and the crew of the star gazer in the mirror univer see e take over the enterprise to wound the kligon cardassian alliance. ...

    The artwork alone is reason to get this fun story. ...

    This was awesome! Can't wait for the next one! ...

    Wonderful artwork, great likenesses, and a believable story. More? Make it so! ...

    I like the Star Trek Mirror Universe concept. ...

    Kinda feel the mirror universe is played out and less interesting corner of the Trek universe but this story of how mirror Picard takes command of the ISS enterprise is pretty fun. ...

    Nicely done. ...

  • Melissa
    Mar 27, 2018

    With writing by Scott Tipton and David Tipton, and J.K. Woodward?s brooding, dramatic art, Mirror Broken gave us memorable characters (particularly Picard, Barclay and LaForge) and an action-packed story about Picard?s journey from washed-up captain to leader of the flagship of the...

    Once Deep Space 9 made visiting the Mirror Universe a once-per-season event, I started regretting that we never saw the Next Generation crew make that leap. IDW comics, whose Star Trek comics have been hitting it out of the park, has rectified that here. It's a solid story, with charac...

    I had pretty low expectations for this one. Not a big comic book reader, all in all. But this really blew me away. The pitch is that "Mirror Universe" AKA alternate timeline Jean Luc Picard, coming to the end of his stint as commander of the Stargazer looks to save the declining Terran...

    I know a lot of Star Trek fans find find the Mirror universe compelling, but I am not one of them. My big problem is that the Terran empire could never become an empire if people behave as depicted in this alternate reality. You cannot build an empire if crew members are spending their...

    I enjoyed this one. The Mirror Universe has always intrigued me since being introduced in the original series. Here we get a look at what the Next Generation crew would be like in this world. In some ways they are the same, in other ways different. Picard, for example, has the same dri...

    Remember the classic STAR TREK episode "Mirror Mirror", where Kirk winds up in an alternate universe where everyone is evil and Spock has a goatee? Well, this book is about that universe's version of the NEXT GENERATION crew, and it is hella fun. JK Woodward's painted art is well kn...

    This mini-series celebrates the 30th Anniversary of Star Trek: The Next Generation with an unusual twist. The setting is in the Mirror Universe. It has received renewed interest thanks to Star Trek: Discovery. That is no redeeming qualities to this crew of the ISS Enterprise. They rese...

    Given what we know happened in the Mirror Universe between TOS and DS9, I wondered where this book would fit in. As it turns out, rather nicely into what we know by imaging the TNG era Terran Empire effectively under siege. At least until the brooding, under appreciated, and ambitious ...

    I mean . . . you know. This is fine. It's silly, because its the Mirror Universe, which takes itself oh so seriously. But it's fun to see everyone running around with their sleeves ripped off to show their huge guns. Troi is Picard's "Inquisitor" which is an interesting (if predictable...

    An entertaining trip into the Mirror Universe with the TNG crew. They did a good job blending TNG elements into the Mirror Universe without contradicting the changes in the MU from DS9. A few surprise twists as well. However, I do have some nitpicks: the art wasn't my favorite, Data we...

    Collects Star Trek: The Next Generation: Mirror Broken issues #1-5 I enjoyed this, but I can't imagine someone liking this if they don't have some nostalgia for "TNG." The story here is fine, but the real benefit of reading this is seeing the dark parallel universe versions of famil...

    Sadly this is not one of my favorites. I love Star Trek and I love the idea of a mirror universe. However, for me this was not good. I did not like the graphics, to me they seemed muddled. The combo of the graphics and the dialog, something seemed off, they did not "match". The story i...

    This is a fun one. The altered (not opposite) versions of beloved characters are well-executed by writers Scott & David Tipton. (There?s even a good joke about Wesley?s sweaters.) Art by JK Woodward and colours by Charlie Kirchoff are excellent. Glad to see the news this week t...

    Crazy parallel universe of Star Trek where the Klingon's and Cardassians have joined forces and the federation does not exist. Anger prevails over kindness and everyone seems to undercut everyone else to get by in this universe. It was dark and a bit daunting, but an interesting parall...

    The Mirror Universe is always entertaining in Star Trek, and it was so fun to see the reflection of the Next Generation crew. Ruthless and cunning, watching them interact with each other was quite compelling. I hope there's more. ...

    Wow! Amazing art work and an enthralling story! I?m eager for more! Always great to see the anti-hero versions of our beloved crew! The authors clearly know their TNG, lots of great nods to the series! ...

    It was kind of fun to see the Next Gen cast as cutthroat members of the Terrain empire, but ultimately it didn't have any of the other things I like about Star Trek - exploring, trying to make friends with weird aliens, and trying to figure out the right thing to do in a difficult situ...

    Doesn't really fit into the canon, but otherwise cheesy good fun. I got a kick out of the muscle shirts and the cameo of the Neptunian, an obscure reptilian action figure that has long puzzled Trekkies because it was so random and out of place. ...

    I am one of the few "Star Trek" you will meet who doesn't like the Mirror Universe. That being said, this story was actually good, and the ending actually left me wanting more of these stories. Well done, Scott Tipton. ...

    Absolutely outstanding. I don't really enjoy Trek comics. They're always a bit flat. But not so in the Mirror Universe! Woodward's art and character designs are phenomenal. It's not often that a comic makes you wish you had arms big enough to cosplay as J-L Pipes. ...

    Las contrapartidas terranas de los personajes de TNG son fantásticas, desde Barclay hasta Wesley. El estilo de dibujo es tan realista que en ocasiones las viñetas parecen fotogramas de un capítulo. ...

    Everything about this is amazing. Mirror Universe Barclay is a treasure, and Wesley, too! ...

    Picard and the crew of the star gazer in the mirror univer see e take over the enterprise to wound the kligon cardassian alliance. ...

    The artwork alone is reason to get this fun story. ...

    This was awesome! Can't wait for the next one! ...

  • Jarrah
    Mar 05, 2018

    With writing by Scott Tipton and David Tipton, and J.K. Woodward?s brooding, dramatic art, Mirror Broken gave us memorable characters (particularly Picard, Barclay and LaForge) and an action-packed story about Picard?s journey from washed-up captain to leader of the flagship of the...

  • Lisa
    May 01, 2018

    With writing by Scott Tipton and David Tipton, and J.K. Woodward?s brooding, dramatic art, Mirror Broken gave us memorable characters (particularly Picard, Barclay and LaForge) and an action-packed story about Picard?s journey from washed-up captain to leader of the flagship of the...

    Once Deep Space 9 made visiting the Mirror Universe a once-per-season event, I started regretting that we never saw the Next Generation crew make that leap. IDW comics, whose Star Trek comics have been hitting it out of the park, has rectified that here. It's a solid story, with charac...

    I had pretty low expectations for this one. Not a big comic book reader, all in all. But this really blew me away. The pitch is that "Mirror Universe" AKA alternate timeline Jean Luc Picard, coming to the end of his stint as commander of the Stargazer looks to save the declining Terran...

    I know a lot of Star Trek fans find find the Mirror universe compelling, but I am not one of them. My big problem is that the Terran empire could never become an empire if people behave as depicted in this alternate reality. You cannot build an empire if crew members are spending their...

    I enjoyed this one. The Mirror Universe has always intrigued me since being introduced in the original series. Here we get a look at what the Next Generation crew would be like in this world. In some ways they are the same, in other ways different. Picard, for example, has the same dri...

    Remember the classic STAR TREK episode "Mirror Mirror", where Kirk winds up in an alternate universe where everyone is evil and Spock has a goatee? Well, this book is about that universe's version of the NEXT GENERATION crew, and it is hella fun. JK Woodward's painted art is well kn...

    This mini-series celebrates the 30th Anniversary of Star Trek: The Next Generation with an unusual twist. The setting is in the Mirror Universe. It has received renewed interest thanks to Star Trek: Discovery. That is no redeeming qualities to this crew of the ISS Enterprise. They rese...

    Given what we know happened in the Mirror Universe between TOS and DS9, I wondered where this book would fit in. As it turns out, rather nicely into what we know by imaging the TNG era Terran Empire effectively under siege. At least until the brooding, under appreciated, and ambitious ...

    I mean . . . you know. This is fine. It's silly, because its the Mirror Universe, which takes itself oh so seriously. But it's fun to see everyone running around with their sleeves ripped off to show their huge guns. Troi is Picard's "Inquisitor" which is an interesting (if predictable...

    An entertaining trip into the Mirror Universe with the TNG crew. They did a good job blending TNG elements into the Mirror Universe without contradicting the changes in the MU from DS9. A few surprise twists as well. However, I do have some nitpicks: the art wasn't my favorite, Data we...

    Collects Star Trek: The Next Generation: Mirror Broken issues #1-5 I enjoyed this, but I can't imagine someone liking this if they don't have some nostalgia for "TNG." The story here is fine, but the real benefit of reading this is seeing the dark parallel universe versions of famil...

    Sadly this is not one of my favorites. I love Star Trek and I love the idea of a mirror universe. However, for me this was not good. I did not like the graphics, to me they seemed muddled. The combo of the graphics and the dialog, something seemed off, they did not "match". The story i...

  • Rachel
    Sep 17, 2018

    With writing by Scott Tipton and David Tipton, and J.K. Woodward?s brooding, dramatic art, Mirror Broken gave us memorable characters (particularly Picard, Barclay and LaForge) and an action-packed story about Picard?s journey from washed-up captain to leader of the flagship of the...

    Once Deep Space 9 made visiting the Mirror Universe a once-per-season event, I started regretting that we never saw the Next Generation crew make that leap. IDW comics, whose Star Trek comics have been hitting it out of the park, has rectified that here. It's a solid story, with charac...

    I had pretty low expectations for this one. Not a big comic book reader, all in all. But this really blew me away. The pitch is that "Mirror Universe" AKA alternate timeline Jean Luc Picard, coming to the end of his stint as commander of the Stargazer looks to save the declining Terran...

    I know a lot of Star Trek fans find find the Mirror universe compelling, but I am not one of them. My big problem is that the Terran empire could never become an empire if people behave as depicted in this alternate reality. You cannot build an empire if crew members are spending their...

    I enjoyed this one. The Mirror Universe has always intrigued me since being introduced in the original series. Here we get a look at what the Next Generation crew would be like in this world. In some ways they are the same, in other ways different. Picard, for example, has the same dri...

    Remember the classic STAR TREK episode "Mirror Mirror", where Kirk winds up in an alternate universe where everyone is evil and Spock has a goatee? Well, this book is about that universe's version of the NEXT GENERATION crew, and it is hella fun. JK Woodward's painted art is well kn...

    This mini-series celebrates the 30th Anniversary of Star Trek: The Next Generation with an unusual twist. The setting is in the Mirror Universe. It has received renewed interest thanks to Star Trek: Discovery. That is no redeeming qualities to this crew of the ISS Enterprise. They rese...

    Given what we know happened in the Mirror Universe between TOS and DS9, I wondered where this book would fit in. As it turns out, rather nicely into what we know by imaging the TNG era Terran Empire effectively under siege. At least until the brooding, under appreciated, and ambitious ...

    I mean . . . you know. This is fine. It's silly, because its the Mirror Universe, which takes itself oh so seriously. But it's fun to see everyone running around with their sleeves ripped off to show their huge guns. Troi is Picard's "Inquisitor" which is an interesting (if predictable...

    An entertaining trip into the Mirror Universe with the TNG crew. They did a good job blending TNG elements into the Mirror Universe without contradicting the changes in the MU from DS9. A few surprise twists as well. However, I do have some nitpicks: the art wasn't my favorite, Data we...

    Collects Star Trek: The Next Generation: Mirror Broken issues #1-5 I enjoyed this, but I can't imagine someone liking this if they don't have some nostalgia for "TNG." The story here is fine, but the real benefit of reading this is seeing the dark parallel universe versions of famil...

    Sadly this is not one of my favorites. I love Star Trek and I love the idea of a mirror universe. However, for me this was not good. I did not like the graphics, to me they seemed muddled. The combo of the graphics and the dialog, something seemed off, they did not "match". The story i...

    This is a fun one. The altered (not opposite) versions of beloved characters are well-executed by writers Scott & David Tipton. (There?s even a good joke about Wesley?s sweaters.) Art by JK Woodward and colours by Charlie Kirchoff are excellent. Glad to see the news this week t...

    Crazy parallel universe of Star Trek where the Klingon's and Cardassians have joined forces and the federation does not exist. Anger prevails over kindness and everyone seems to undercut everyone else to get by in this universe. It was dark and a bit daunting, but an interesting parall...

  • Brian Anderson
    Apr 09, 2018

    With writing by Scott Tipton and David Tipton, and J.K. Woodward?s brooding, dramatic art, Mirror Broken gave us memorable characters (particularly Picard, Barclay and LaForge) and an action-packed story about Picard?s journey from washed-up captain to leader of the flagship of the...

    Once Deep Space 9 made visiting the Mirror Universe a once-per-season event, I started regretting that we never saw the Next Generation crew make that leap. IDW comics, whose Star Trek comics have been hitting it out of the park, has rectified that here. It's a solid story, with charac...

    I had pretty low expectations for this one. Not a big comic book reader, all in all. But this really blew me away. The pitch is that "Mirror Universe" AKA alternate timeline Jean Luc Picard, coming to the end of his stint as commander of the Stargazer looks to save the declining Terran...

    I know a lot of Star Trek fans find find the Mirror universe compelling, but I am not one of them. My big problem is that the Terran empire could never become an empire if people behave as depicted in this alternate reality. You cannot build an empire if crew members are spending their...

    I enjoyed this one. The Mirror Universe has always intrigued me since being introduced in the original series. Here we get a look at what the Next Generation crew would be like in this world. In some ways they are the same, in other ways different. Picard, for example, has the same dri...

    Remember the classic STAR TREK episode "Mirror Mirror", where Kirk winds up in an alternate universe where everyone is evil and Spock has a goatee? Well, this book is about that universe's version of the NEXT GENERATION crew, and it is hella fun. JK Woodward's painted art is well kn...

    This mini-series celebrates the 30th Anniversary of Star Trek: The Next Generation with an unusual twist. The setting is in the Mirror Universe. It has received renewed interest thanks to Star Trek: Discovery. That is no redeeming qualities to this crew of the ISS Enterprise. They rese...

    Given what we know happened in the Mirror Universe between TOS and DS9, I wondered where this book would fit in. As it turns out, rather nicely into what we know by imaging the TNG era Terran Empire effectively under siege. At least until the brooding, under appreciated, and ambitious ...

    I mean . . . you know. This is fine. It's silly, because its the Mirror Universe, which takes itself oh so seriously. But it's fun to see everyone running around with their sleeves ripped off to show their huge guns. Troi is Picard's "Inquisitor" which is an interesting (if predictable...

    An entertaining trip into the Mirror Universe with the TNG crew. They did a good job blending TNG elements into the Mirror Universe without contradicting the changes in the MU from DS9. A few surprise twists as well. However, I do have some nitpicks: the art wasn't my favorite, Data we...

    Collects Star Trek: The Next Generation: Mirror Broken issues #1-5 I enjoyed this, but I can't imagine someone liking this if they don't have some nostalgia for "TNG." The story here is fine, but the real benefit of reading this is seeing the dark parallel universe versions of famil...

    Sadly this is not one of my favorites. I love Star Trek and I love the idea of a mirror universe. However, for me this was not good. I did not like the graphics, to me they seemed muddled. The combo of the graphics and the dialog, something seemed off, they did not "match". The story i...

    This is a fun one. The altered (not opposite) versions of beloved characters are well-executed by writers Scott & David Tipton. (There?s even a good joke about Wesley?s sweaters.) Art by JK Woodward and colours by Charlie Kirchoff are excellent. Glad to see the news this week t...

    Crazy parallel universe of Star Trek where the Klingon's and Cardassians have joined forces and the federation does not exist. Anger prevails over kindness and everyone seems to undercut everyone else to get by in this universe. It was dark and a bit daunting, but an interesting parall...

    The Mirror Universe is always entertaining in Star Trek, and it was so fun to see the reflection of the Next Generation crew. Ruthless and cunning, watching them interact with each other was quite compelling. I hope there's more. ...

    Wow! Amazing art work and an enthralling story! I?m eager for more! Always great to see the anti-hero versions of our beloved crew! The authors clearly know their TNG, lots of great nods to the series! ...

    It was kind of fun to see the Next Gen cast as cutthroat members of the Terrain empire, but ultimately it didn't have any of the other things I like about Star Trek - exploring, trying to make friends with weird aliens, and trying to figure out the right thing to do in a difficult situ...

    Doesn't really fit into the canon, but otherwise cheesy good fun. I got a kick out of the muscle shirts and the cameo of the Neptunian, an obscure reptilian action figure that has long puzzled Trekkies because it was so random and out of place. ...

    I am one of the few "Star Trek" you will meet who doesn't like the Mirror Universe. That being said, this story was actually good, and the ending actually left me wanting more of these stories. Well done, Scott Tipton. ...

    Absolutely outstanding. I don't really enjoy Trek comics. They're always a bit flat. But not so in the Mirror Universe! Woodward's art and character designs are phenomenal. It's not often that a comic makes you wish you had arms big enough to cosplay as J-L Pipes. ...

    Las contrapartidas terranas de los personajes de TNG son fantásticas, desde Barclay hasta Wesley. El estilo de dibujo es tan realista que en ocasiones las viñetas parecen fotogramas de un capítulo. ...

    Everything about this is amazing. Mirror Universe Barclay is a treasure, and Wesley, too! ...

    Picard and the crew of the star gazer in the mirror univer see e take over the enterprise to wound the kligon cardassian alliance. ...

    The artwork alone is reason to get this fun story. ...

  • Tariq Malik
    Dec 16, 2018

    With writing by Scott Tipton and David Tipton, and J.K. Woodward?s brooding, dramatic art, Mirror Broken gave us memorable characters (particularly Picard, Barclay and LaForge) and an action-packed story about Picard?s journey from washed-up captain to leader of the flagship of the...

    Once Deep Space 9 made visiting the Mirror Universe a once-per-season event, I started regretting that we never saw the Next Generation crew make that leap. IDW comics, whose Star Trek comics have been hitting it out of the park, has rectified that here. It's a solid story, with charac...

    I had pretty low expectations for this one. Not a big comic book reader, all in all. But this really blew me away. The pitch is that "Mirror Universe" AKA alternate timeline Jean Luc Picard, coming to the end of his stint as commander of the Stargazer looks to save the declining Terran...

    I know a lot of Star Trek fans find find the Mirror universe compelling, but I am not one of them. My big problem is that the Terran empire could never become an empire if people behave as depicted in this alternate reality. You cannot build an empire if crew members are spending their...

    I enjoyed this one. The Mirror Universe has always intrigued me since being introduced in the original series. Here we get a look at what the Next Generation crew would be like in this world. In some ways they are the same, in other ways different. Picard, for example, has the same dri...

    Remember the classic STAR TREK episode "Mirror Mirror", where Kirk winds up in an alternate universe where everyone is evil and Spock has a goatee? Well, this book is about that universe's version of the NEXT GENERATION crew, and it is hella fun. JK Woodward's painted art is well kn...

    This mini-series celebrates the 30th Anniversary of Star Trek: The Next Generation with an unusual twist. The setting is in the Mirror Universe. It has received renewed interest thanks to Star Trek: Discovery. That is no redeeming qualities to this crew of the ISS Enterprise. They rese...

    Given what we know happened in the Mirror Universe between TOS and DS9, I wondered where this book would fit in. As it turns out, rather nicely into what we know by imaging the TNG era Terran Empire effectively under siege. At least until the brooding, under appreciated, and ambitious ...

    I mean . . . you know. This is fine. It's silly, because its the Mirror Universe, which takes itself oh so seriously. But it's fun to see everyone running around with their sleeves ripped off to show their huge guns. Troi is Picard's "Inquisitor" which is an interesting (if predictable...

    An entertaining trip into the Mirror Universe with the TNG crew. They did a good job blending TNG elements into the Mirror Universe without contradicting the changes in the MU from DS9. A few surprise twists as well. However, I do have some nitpicks: the art wasn't my favorite, Data we...

    Collects Star Trek: The Next Generation: Mirror Broken issues #1-5 I enjoyed this, but I can't imagine someone liking this if they don't have some nostalgia for "TNG." The story here is fine, but the real benefit of reading this is seeing the dark parallel universe versions of famil...

    Sadly this is not one of my favorites. I love Star Trek and I love the idea of a mirror universe. However, for me this was not good. I did not like the graphics, to me they seemed muddled. The combo of the graphics and the dialog, something seemed off, they did not "match". The story i...

    This is a fun one. The altered (not opposite) versions of beloved characters are well-executed by writers Scott & David Tipton. (There?s even a good joke about Wesley?s sweaters.) Art by JK Woodward and colours by Charlie Kirchoff are excellent. Glad to see the news this week t...

    Crazy parallel universe of Star Trek where the Klingon's and Cardassians have joined forces and the federation does not exist. Anger prevails over kindness and everyone seems to undercut everyone else to get by in this universe. It was dark and a bit daunting, but an interesting parall...

    The Mirror Universe is always entertaining in Star Trek, and it was so fun to see the reflection of the Next Generation crew. Ruthless and cunning, watching them interact with each other was quite compelling. I hope there's more. ...

    Wow! Amazing art work and an enthralling story! I?m eager for more! Always great to see the anti-hero versions of our beloved crew! The authors clearly know their TNG, lots of great nods to the series! ...

    It was kind of fun to see the Next Gen cast as cutthroat members of the Terrain empire, but ultimately it didn't have any of the other things I like about Star Trek - exploring, trying to make friends with weird aliens, and trying to figure out the right thing to do in a difficult situ...

    Doesn't really fit into the canon, but otherwise cheesy good fun. I got a kick out of the muscle shirts and the cameo of the Neptunian, an obscure reptilian action figure that has long puzzled Trekkies because it was so random and out of place. ...

    I am one of the few "Star Trek" you will meet who doesn't like the Mirror Universe. That being said, this story was actually good, and the ending actually left me wanting more of these stories. Well done, Scott Tipton. ...

    Absolutely outstanding. I don't really enjoy Trek comics. They're always a bit flat. But not so in the Mirror Universe! Woodward's art and character designs are phenomenal. It's not often that a comic makes you wish you had arms big enough to cosplay as J-L Pipes. ...

    Las contrapartidas terranas de los personajes de TNG son fantásticas, desde Barclay hasta Wesley. El estilo de dibujo es tan realista que en ocasiones las viñetas parecen fotogramas de un capítulo. ...

    Everything about this is amazing. Mirror Universe Barclay is a treasure, and Wesley, too! ...

  • Debra Cook
    Nov 08, 2018

    With writing by Scott Tipton and David Tipton, and J.K. Woodward?s brooding, dramatic art, Mirror Broken gave us memorable characters (particularly Picard, Barclay and LaForge) and an action-packed story about Picard?s journey from washed-up captain to leader of the flagship of the...

    Once Deep Space 9 made visiting the Mirror Universe a once-per-season event, I started regretting that we never saw the Next Generation crew make that leap. IDW comics, whose Star Trek comics have been hitting it out of the park, has rectified that here. It's a solid story, with charac...

    I had pretty low expectations for this one. Not a big comic book reader, all in all. But this really blew me away. The pitch is that "Mirror Universe" AKA alternate timeline Jean Luc Picard, coming to the end of his stint as commander of the Stargazer looks to save the declining Terran...

    I know a lot of Star Trek fans find find the Mirror universe compelling, but I am not one of them. My big problem is that the Terran empire could never become an empire if people behave as depicted in this alternate reality. You cannot build an empire if crew members are spending their...

    I enjoyed this one. The Mirror Universe has always intrigued me since being introduced in the original series. Here we get a look at what the Next Generation crew would be like in this world. In some ways they are the same, in other ways different. Picard, for example, has the same dri...

    Remember the classic STAR TREK episode "Mirror Mirror", where Kirk winds up in an alternate universe where everyone is evil and Spock has a goatee? Well, this book is about that universe's version of the NEXT GENERATION crew, and it is hella fun. JK Woodward's painted art is well kn...

    This mini-series celebrates the 30th Anniversary of Star Trek: The Next Generation with an unusual twist. The setting is in the Mirror Universe. It has received renewed interest thanks to Star Trek: Discovery. That is no redeeming qualities to this crew of the ISS Enterprise. They rese...

    Given what we know happened in the Mirror Universe between TOS and DS9, I wondered where this book would fit in. As it turns out, rather nicely into what we know by imaging the TNG era Terran Empire effectively under siege. At least until the brooding, under appreciated, and ambitious ...

    I mean . . . you know. This is fine. It's silly, because its the Mirror Universe, which takes itself oh so seriously. But it's fun to see everyone running around with their sleeves ripped off to show their huge guns. Troi is Picard's "Inquisitor" which is an interesting (if predictable...

    An entertaining trip into the Mirror Universe with the TNG crew. They did a good job blending TNG elements into the Mirror Universe without contradicting the changes in the MU from DS9. A few surprise twists as well. However, I do have some nitpicks: the art wasn't my favorite, Data we...

    Collects Star Trek: The Next Generation: Mirror Broken issues #1-5 I enjoyed this, but I can't imagine someone liking this if they don't have some nostalgia for "TNG." The story here is fine, but the real benefit of reading this is seeing the dark parallel universe versions of famil...

    Sadly this is not one of my favorites. I love Star Trek and I love the idea of a mirror universe. However, for me this was not good. I did not like the graphics, to me they seemed muddled. The combo of the graphics and the dialog, something seemed off, they did not "match". The story i...

    This is a fun one. The altered (not opposite) versions of beloved characters are well-executed by writers Scott & David Tipton. (There?s even a good joke about Wesley?s sweaters.) Art by JK Woodward and colours by Charlie Kirchoff are excellent. Glad to see the news this week t...

    Crazy parallel universe of Star Trek where the Klingon's and Cardassians have joined forces and the federation does not exist. Anger prevails over kindness and everyone seems to undercut everyone else to get by in this universe. It was dark and a bit daunting, but an interesting parall...

    The Mirror Universe is always entertaining in Star Trek, and it was so fun to see the reflection of the Next Generation crew. Ruthless and cunning, watching them interact with each other was quite compelling. I hope there's more. ...

    Wow! Amazing art work and an enthralling story! I?m eager for more! Always great to see the anti-hero versions of our beloved crew! The authors clearly know their TNG, lots of great nods to the series! ...

    It was kind of fun to see the Next Gen cast as cutthroat members of the Terrain empire, but ultimately it didn't have any of the other things I like about Star Trek - exploring, trying to make friends with weird aliens, and trying to figure out the right thing to do in a difficult situ...

    Doesn't really fit into the canon, but otherwise cheesy good fun. I got a kick out of the muscle shirts and the cameo of the Neptunian, an obscure reptilian action figure that has long puzzled Trekkies because it was so random and out of place. ...

    I am one of the few "Star Trek" you will meet who doesn't like the Mirror Universe. That being said, this story was actually good, and the ending actually left me wanting more of these stories. Well done, Scott Tipton. ...

    Absolutely outstanding. I don't really enjoy Trek comics. They're always a bit flat. But not so in the Mirror Universe! Woodward's art and character designs are phenomenal. It's not often that a comic makes you wish you had arms big enough to cosplay as J-L Pipes. ...

    Las contrapartidas terranas de los personajes de TNG son fantásticas, desde Barclay hasta Wesley. El estilo de dibujo es tan realista que en ocasiones las viñetas parecen fotogramas de un capítulo. ...

    Everything about this is amazing. Mirror Universe Barclay is a treasure, and Wesley, too! ...

    Picard and the crew of the star gazer in the mirror univer see e take over the enterprise to wound the kligon cardassian alliance. ...

  • John Tankersley
    Jul 13, 2018

    With writing by Scott Tipton and David Tipton, and J.K. Woodward?s brooding, dramatic art, Mirror Broken gave us memorable characters (particularly Picard, Barclay and LaForge) and an action-packed story about Picard?s journey from washed-up captain to leader of the flagship of the...

    Once Deep Space 9 made visiting the Mirror Universe a once-per-season event, I started regretting that we never saw the Next Generation crew make that leap. IDW comics, whose Star Trek comics have been hitting it out of the park, has rectified that here. It's a solid story, with charac...

    I had pretty low expectations for this one. Not a big comic book reader, all in all. But this really blew me away. The pitch is that "Mirror Universe" AKA alternate timeline Jean Luc Picard, coming to the end of his stint as commander of the Stargazer looks to save the declining Terran...

  • Paul Spence
    Apr 09, 2018

    With writing by Scott Tipton and David Tipton, and J.K. Woodward?s brooding, dramatic art, Mirror Broken gave us memorable characters (particularly Picard, Barclay and LaForge) and an action-packed story about Picard?s journey from washed-up captain to leader of the flagship of the...

    Once Deep Space 9 made visiting the Mirror Universe a once-per-season event, I started regretting that we never saw the Next Generation crew make that leap. IDW comics, whose Star Trek comics have been hitting it out of the park, has rectified that here. It's a solid story, with charac...

    I had pretty low expectations for this one. Not a big comic book reader, all in all. But this really blew me away. The pitch is that "Mirror Universe" AKA alternate timeline Jean Luc Picard, coming to the end of his stint as commander of the Stargazer looks to save the declining Terran...

    I know a lot of Star Trek fans find find the Mirror universe compelling, but I am not one of them. My big problem is that the Terran empire could never become an empire if people behave as depicted in this alternate reality. You cannot build an empire if crew members are spending their...

  • Logan
    Dec 15, 2018

    With writing by Scott Tipton and David Tipton, and J.K. Woodward?s brooding, dramatic art, Mirror Broken gave us memorable characters (particularly Picard, Barclay and LaForge) and an action-packed story about Picard?s journey from washed-up captain to leader of the flagship of the...

    Once Deep Space 9 made visiting the Mirror Universe a once-per-season event, I started regretting that we never saw the Next Generation crew make that leap. IDW comics, whose Star Trek comics have been hitting it out of the park, has rectified that here. It's a solid story, with charac...

    I had pretty low expectations for this one. Not a big comic book reader, all in all. But this really blew me away. The pitch is that "Mirror Universe" AKA alternate timeline Jean Luc Picard, coming to the end of his stint as commander of the Stargazer looks to save the declining Terran...

    I know a lot of Star Trek fans find find the Mirror universe compelling, but I am not one of them. My big problem is that the Terran empire could never become an empire if people behave as depicted in this alternate reality. You cannot build an empire if crew members are spending their...

    I enjoyed this one. The Mirror Universe has always intrigued me since being introduced in the original series. Here we get a look at what the Next Generation crew would be like in this world. In some ways they are the same, in other ways different. Picard, for example, has the same dri...

    Remember the classic STAR TREK episode "Mirror Mirror", where Kirk winds up in an alternate universe where everyone is evil and Spock has a goatee? Well, this book is about that universe's version of the NEXT GENERATION crew, and it is hella fun. JK Woodward's painted art is well kn...

  • Jef
    Jul 14, 2018

    With writing by Scott Tipton and David Tipton, and J.K. Woodward?s brooding, dramatic art, Mirror Broken gave us memorable characters (particularly Picard, Barclay and LaForge) and an action-packed story about Picard?s journey from washed-up captain to leader of the flagship of the...

    Once Deep Space 9 made visiting the Mirror Universe a once-per-season event, I started regretting that we never saw the Next Generation crew make that leap. IDW comics, whose Star Trek comics have been hitting it out of the park, has rectified that here. It's a solid story, with charac...

    I had pretty low expectations for this one. Not a big comic book reader, all in all. But this really blew me away. The pitch is that "Mirror Universe" AKA alternate timeline Jean Luc Picard, coming to the end of his stint as commander of the Stargazer looks to save the declining Terran...

    I know a lot of Star Trek fans find find the Mirror universe compelling, but I am not one of them. My big problem is that the Terran empire could never become an empire if people behave as depicted in this alternate reality. You cannot build an empire if crew members are spending their...

    I enjoyed this one. The Mirror Universe has always intrigued me since being introduced in the original series. Here we get a look at what the Next Generation crew would be like in this world. In some ways they are the same, in other ways different. Picard, for example, has the same dri...

    Remember the classic STAR TREK episode "Mirror Mirror", where Kirk winds up in an alternate universe where everyone is evil and Spock has a goatee? Well, this book is about that universe's version of the NEXT GENERATION crew, and it is hella fun. JK Woodward's painted art is well kn...

    This mini-series celebrates the 30th Anniversary of Star Trek: The Next Generation with an unusual twist. The setting is in the Mirror Universe. It has received renewed interest thanks to Star Trek: Discovery. That is no redeeming qualities to this crew of the ISS Enterprise. They rese...

    Given what we know happened in the Mirror Universe between TOS and DS9, I wondered where this book would fit in. As it turns out, rather nicely into what we know by imaging the TNG era Terran Empire effectively under siege. At least until the brooding, under appreciated, and ambitious ...

    I mean . . . you know. This is fine. It's silly, because its the Mirror Universe, which takes itself oh so seriously. But it's fun to see everyone running around with their sleeves ripped off to show their huge guns. Troi is Picard's "Inquisitor" which is an interesting (if predictable...

    An entertaining trip into the Mirror Universe with the TNG crew. They did a good job blending TNG elements into the Mirror Universe without contradicting the changes in the MU from DS9. A few surprise twists as well. However, I do have some nitpicks: the art wasn't my favorite, Data we...

    Collects Star Trek: The Next Generation: Mirror Broken issues #1-5 I enjoyed this, but I can't imagine someone liking this if they don't have some nostalgia for "TNG." The story here is fine, but the real benefit of reading this is seeing the dark parallel universe versions of famil...

    Sadly this is not one of my favorites. I love Star Trek and I love the idea of a mirror universe. However, for me this was not good. I did not like the graphics, to me they seemed muddled. The combo of the graphics and the dialog, something seemed off, they did not "match". The story i...

    This is a fun one. The altered (not opposite) versions of beloved characters are well-executed by writers Scott & David Tipton. (There?s even a good joke about Wesley?s sweaters.) Art by JK Woodward and colours by Charlie Kirchoff are excellent. Glad to see the news this week t...

    Crazy parallel universe of Star Trek where the Klingon's and Cardassians have joined forces and the federation does not exist. Anger prevails over kindness and everyone seems to undercut everyone else to get by in this universe. It was dark and a bit daunting, but an interesting parall...

    The Mirror Universe is always entertaining in Star Trek, and it was so fun to see the reflection of the Next Generation crew. Ruthless and cunning, watching them interact with each other was quite compelling. I hope there's more. ...

    Wow! Amazing art work and an enthralling story! I?m eager for more! Always great to see the anti-hero versions of our beloved crew! The authors clearly know their TNG, lots of great nods to the series! ...

  • Drew
    Apr 01, 2018

    With writing by Scott Tipton and David Tipton, and J.K. Woodward?s brooding, dramatic art, Mirror Broken gave us memorable characters (particularly Picard, Barclay and LaForge) and an action-packed story about Picard?s journey from washed-up captain to leader of the flagship of the...

    Once Deep Space 9 made visiting the Mirror Universe a once-per-season event, I started regretting that we never saw the Next Generation crew make that leap. IDW comics, whose Star Trek comics have been hitting it out of the park, has rectified that here. It's a solid story, with charac...

    I had pretty low expectations for this one. Not a big comic book reader, all in all. But this really blew me away. The pitch is that "Mirror Universe" AKA alternate timeline Jean Luc Picard, coming to the end of his stint as commander of the Stargazer looks to save the declining Terran...

    I know a lot of Star Trek fans find find the Mirror universe compelling, but I am not one of them. My big problem is that the Terran empire could never become an empire if people behave as depicted in this alternate reality. You cannot build an empire if crew members are spending their...

    I enjoyed this one. The Mirror Universe has always intrigued me since being introduced in the original series. Here we get a look at what the Next Generation crew would be like in this world. In some ways they are the same, in other ways different. Picard, for example, has the same dri...

    Remember the classic STAR TREK episode "Mirror Mirror", where Kirk winds up in an alternate universe where everyone is evil and Spock has a goatee? Well, this book is about that universe's version of the NEXT GENERATION crew, and it is hella fun. JK Woodward's painted art is well kn...

    This mini-series celebrates the 30th Anniversary of Star Trek: The Next Generation with an unusual twist. The setting is in the Mirror Universe. It has received renewed interest thanks to Star Trek: Discovery. That is no redeeming qualities to this crew of the ISS Enterprise. They rese...

    Given what we know happened in the Mirror Universe between TOS and DS9, I wondered where this book would fit in. As it turns out, rather nicely into what we know by imaging the TNG era Terran Empire effectively under siege. At least until the brooding, under appreciated, and ambitious ...

    I mean . . . you know. This is fine. It's silly, because its the Mirror Universe, which takes itself oh so seriously. But it's fun to see everyone running around with their sleeves ripped off to show their huge guns. Troi is Picard's "Inquisitor" which is an interesting (if predictable...

    An entertaining trip into the Mirror Universe with the TNG crew. They did a good job blending TNG elements into the Mirror Universe without contradicting the changes in the MU from DS9. A few surprise twists as well. However, I do have some nitpicks: the art wasn't my favorite, Data we...

    Collects Star Trek: The Next Generation: Mirror Broken issues #1-5 I enjoyed this, but I can't imagine someone liking this if they don't have some nostalgia for "TNG." The story here is fine, but the real benefit of reading this is seeing the dark parallel universe versions of famil...

    Sadly this is not one of my favorites. I love Star Trek and I love the idea of a mirror universe. However, for me this was not good. I did not like the graphics, to me they seemed muddled. The combo of the graphics and the dialog, something seemed off, they did not "match". The story i...

    This is a fun one. The altered (not opposite) versions of beloved characters are well-executed by writers Scott & David Tipton. (There?s even a good joke about Wesley?s sweaters.) Art by JK Woodward and colours by Charlie Kirchoff are excellent. Glad to see the news this week t...

    Crazy parallel universe of Star Trek where the Klingon's and Cardassians have joined forces and the federation does not exist. Anger prevails over kindness and everyone seems to undercut everyone else to get by in this universe. It was dark and a bit daunting, but an interesting parall...

    The Mirror Universe is always entertaining in Star Trek, and it was so fun to see the reflection of the Next Generation crew. Ruthless and cunning, watching them interact with each other was quite compelling. I hope there's more. ...

    Wow! Amazing art work and an enthralling story! I?m eager for more! Always great to see the anti-hero versions of our beloved crew! The authors clearly know their TNG, lots of great nods to the series! ...

    It was kind of fun to see the Next Gen cast as cutthroat members of the Terrain empire, but ultimately it didn't have any of the other things I like about Star Trek - exploring, trying to make friends with weird aliens, and trying to figure out the right thing to do in a difficult situ...

    Doesn't really fit into the canon, but otherwise cheesy good fun. I got a kick out of the muscle shirts and the cameo of the Neptunian, an obscure reptilian action figure that has long puzzled Trekkies because it was so random and out of place. ...

    I am one of the few "Star Trek" you will meet who doesn't like the Mirror Universe. That being said, this story was actually good, and the ending actually left me wanting more of these stories. Well done, Scott Tipton. ...

    Absolutely outstanding. I don't really enjoy Trek comics. They're always a bit flat. But not so in the Mirror Universe! Woodward's art and character designs are phenomenal. It's not often that a comic makes you wish you had arms big enough to cosplay as J-L Pipes. ...

    Las contrapartidas terranas de los personajes de TNG son fantásticas, desde Barclay hasta Wesley. El estilo de dibujo es tan realista que en ocasiones las viñetas parecen fotogramas de un capítulo. ...

    Everything about this is amazing. Mirror Universe Barclay is a treasure, and Wesley, too! ...

    Picard and the crew of the star gazer in the mirror univer see e take over the enterprise to wound the kligon cardassian alliance. ...

    The artwork alone is reason to get this fun story. ...

    This was awesome! Can't wait for the next one! ...

    Wonderful artwork, great likenesses, and a believable story. More? Make it so! ...

    I like the Star Trek Mirror Universe concept. ...

    Kinda feel the mirror universe is played out and less interesting corner of the Trek universe but this story of how mirror Picard takes command of the ISS enterprise is pretty fun. ...

    Nicely done. ...

    ...

  • James Bowman
    May 06, 2018

    With writing by Scott Tipton and David Tipton, and J.K. Woodward?s brooding, dramatic art, Mirror Broken gave us memorable characters (particularly Picard, Barclay and LaForge) and an action-packed story about Picard?s journey from washed-up captain to leader of the flagship of the...

    Once Deep Space 9 made visiting the Mirror Universe a once-per-season event, I started regretting that we never saw the Next Generation crew make that leap. IDW comics, whose Star Trek comics have been hitting it out of the park, has rectified that here. It's a solid story, with charac...

    I had pretty low expectations for this one. Not a big comic book reader, all in all. But this really blew me away. The pitch is that "Mirror Universe" AKA alternate timeline Jean Luc Picard, coming to the end of his stint as commander of the Stargazer looks to save the declining Terran...

    I know a lot of Star Trek fans find find the Mirror universe compelling, but I am not one of them. My big problem is that the Terran empire could never become an empire if people behave as depicted in this alternate reality. You cannot build an empire if crew members are spending their...

    I enjoyed this one. The Mirror Universe has always intrigued me since being introduced in the original series. Here we get a look at what the Next Generation crew would be like in this world. In some ways they are the same, in other ways different. Picard, for example, has the same dri...

    Remember the classic STAR TREK episode "Mirror Mirror", where Kirk winds up in an alternate universe where everyone is evil and Spock has a goatee? Well, this book is about that universe's version of the NEXT GENERATION crew, and it is hella fun. JK Woodward's painted art is well kn...

    This mini-series celebrates the 30th Anniversary of Star Trek: The Next Generation with an unusual twist. The setting is in the Mirror Universe. It has received renewed interest thanks to Star Trek: Discovery. That is no redeeming qualities to this crew of the ISS Enterprise. They rese...

    Given what we know happened in the Mirror Universe between TOS and DS9, I wondered where this book would fit in. As it turns out, rather nicely into what we know by imaging the TNG era Terran Empire effectively under siege. At least until the brooding, under appreciated, and ambitious ...

    I mean . . . you know. This is fine. It's silly, because its the Mirror Universe, which takes itself oh so seriously. But it's fun to see everyone running around with their sleeves ripped off to show their huge guns. Troi is Picard's "Inquisitor" which is an interesting (if predictable...

    An entertaining trip into the Mirror Universe with the TNG crew. They did a good job blending TNG elements into the Mirror Universe without contradicting the changes in the MU from DS9. A few surprise twists as well. However, I do have some nitpicks: the art wasn't my favorite, Data we...

  • Lisa Buchanan
    Feb 21, 2018

    With writing by Scott Tipton and David Tipton, and J.K. Woodward?s brooding, dramatic art, Mirror Broken gave us memorable characters (particularly Picard, Barclay and LaForge) and an action-packed story about Picard?s journey from washed-up captain to leader of the flagship of the...

    Once Deep Space 9 made visiting the Mirror Universe a once-per-season event, I started regretting that we never saw the Next Generation crew make that leap. IDW comics, whose Star Trek comics have been hitting it out of the park, has rectified that here. It's a solid story, with charac...

    I had pretty low expectations for this one. Not a big comic book reader, all in all. But this really blew me away. The pitch is that "Mirror Universe" AKA alternate timeline Jean Luc Picard, coming to the end of his stint as commander of the Stargazer looks to save the declining Terran...

    I know a lot of Star Trek fans find find the Mirror universe compelling, but I am not one of them. My big problem is that the Terran empire could never become an empire if people behave as depicted in this alternate reality. You cannot build an empire if crew members are spending their...

    I enjoyed this one. The Mirror Universe has always intrigued me since being introduced in the original series. Here we get a look at what the Next Generation crew would be like in this world. In some ways they are the same, in other ways different. Picard, for example, has the same dri...

    Remember the classic STAR TREK episode "Mirror Mirror", where Kirk winds up in an alternate universe where everyone is evil and Spock has a goatee? Well, this book is about that universe's version of the NEXT GENERATION crew, and it is hella fun. JK Woodward's painted art is well kn...

    This mini-series celebrates the 30th Anniversary of Star Trek: The Next Generation with an unusual twist. The setting is in the Mirror Universe. It has received renewed interest thanks to Star Trek: Discovery. That is no redeeming qualities to this crew of the ISS Enterprise. They rese...

    Given what we know happened in the Mirror Universe between TOS and DS9, I wondered where this book would fit in. As it turns out, rather nicely into what we know by imaging the TNG era Terran Empire effectively under siege. At least until the brooding, under appreciated, and ambitious ...

    I mean . . . you know. This is fine. It's silly, because its the Mirror Universe, which takes itself oh so seriously. But it's fun to see everyone running around with their sleeves ripped off to show their huge guns. Troi is Picard's "Inquisitor" which is an interesting (if predictable...

    An entertaining trip into the Mirror Universe with the TNG crew. They did a good job blending TNG elements into the Mirror Universe without contradicting the changes in the MU from DS9. A few surprise twists as well. However, I do have some nitpicks: the art wasn't my favorite, Data we...

    Collects Star Trek: The Next Generation: Mirror Broken issues #1-5 I enjoyed this, but I can't imagine someone liking this if they don't have some nostalgia for "TNG." The story here is fine, but the real benefit of reading this is seeing the dark parallel universe versions of famil...

    Sadly this is not one of my favorites. I love Star Trek and I love the idea of a mirror universe. However, for me this was not good. I did not like the graphics, to me they seemed muddled. The combo of the graphics and the dialog, something seemed off, they did not "match". The story i...

    This is a fun one. The altered (not opposite) versions of beloved characters are well-executed by writers Scott & David Tipton. (There?s even a good joke about Wesley?s sweaters.) Art by JK Woodward and colours by Charlie Kirchoff are excellent. Glad to see the news this week t...