25196RE: [Star Trek Books] Re: Spock direction (possible spolers)
- Jan 6, 2011It will be a truly awesome storyline. Especially since COUNTDOWN also gives
us information on what happened to some of our favorite Next Gen characters.
By the way, I found out what happened to our favorite "red headed Bajoran"
but in the interest of keeping things fresh, I will leave it to other people
to see. Her direction actually makes a ton of sense.
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Sent: Tuesday, January 04, 2011 10:32 PM
Subject: [Star Trek Books] Re: Spock direction (possible spolers)
On Tue, 04 Jan 2011 09:03:28 -0500, Ian McFarlane <mackiedoo@...>
> I am in the middle of reading "Star Trek Typhon Pact: Rough Beasts ofI imagine that Pocket will eventually get around to the events of 2387,
> Empire" and it has reminded me that in effect the JJ Abrams/Robert
> Orci storyline has actually set up some interesting Star Trek
> milestones not only for Spock but also for the Trek Universe as a
> whole! In fact the Countdown graphic novels even goes a step beyond that!
> Does anyone have any idea if Pocket Books will tackle any of these
> implications in 2012 and beyond? The storyline possibilities here are
> incredibly rich and varied.
but that's a number of years ahead of the "present" in the novels.
There's no telling when the post-DESTINY/post-TYPHON PACT timeline would
even get -close- to reaching the supernova of the Hobus star.
I do agree with you, though. COUNTDOWN needs some follow-up; the political
situation at the end of the story would be fascinating to explore.
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