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Old 09-23-2011, 10:21 AM
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Seriously? With The X-Men?
So I have heard. Or dimly recall from somewhere. Or both.

Though so far the results from my efforts at verifying this have been exceedingly limited. However I believe this definitely constitutes one of those "What the hell were they thinking?" type moments.
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Old 09-23-2011, 11:27 AM
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There is one good classic moment in the TOS Trek meets X-men comic...when Dr. McCoy and Beast are standing side by side, and someone says: "Dr. McCoy?", and they both respond, "Yes?" and then look at each other.

Dr. Leonard McCoy and Dr. Hank McCoy.
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Old 09-24-2011, 12:49 AM
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So I have heard. Or dimly recall from somewhere. Or both.

Though so far the results from my efforts at verifying this have been exceedingly limited. However I believe this definitely constitutes one of those "What the hell were they thinking?" type moments.
So that one there was actually a second crossover, after an earlier one?

Going by that then, it wasn't even anything to do with Stewart starring as Xavier in the X-Men films, going by the publication dates.

It was done before then for some reason.
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Old 09-24-2011, 01:32 AM
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So that one there was actually a second crossover, after an earlier one?

Going by that then, it wasn't even anything to do with Stewart starring as Xavier in the X-Men films, going by the publication dates.

It was done before then for some reason.
So it seems. I was of the impression there was a full-fledged ST/X-Men comic series, however I'm not finding evidence of it.
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Old 09-24-2011, 03:52 AM
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No, there were only two of them. And I think they were one-shots.

There was a TOS cross over and a TNG cross over. (In the TNG crossover, it would seem that Kitty Pryde/Shadowcat had the hots for Wesley Crusher....lucky bastich!)

And yeah, I think the TNG crossover was released well before the first Xmen movie.
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No, there were only two of them. And I think they were one-shots.

There was a TOS cross over and a TNG cross over. (In the TNG crossover, it would seem that Kitty Pryde/Shadowcat had the hots for Wesley Crusher....lucky bastich!)

And yeah, I think the TNG crossover was released well before the first Xmen movie.
I find it humorous all the same. And not exactly in a complimentary way...
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It's a re-imagining of "Where No Man Has Gone Before" from season 1 of the original series, but in Abramsverse (Abrams' Star Trek universe).

http://www.comicscontinuum.com/stori.../idwfirsts.htm

A preview of the first nine pages are available on the Continuum Comics website linked above.
Ugh...

All I can say is..."facepalm"...

They should not try to "reimagine" TOS episodes for the jj-verse. As evidenced by the nine panels shown, the whole thing is completely f***ed up as a football bat. Leave TOS alone already. STXI already f***ed things up enough. Now they just want to completely destroy the rest of TOS along with it. I'm not impressed.

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Old 09-25-2011, 06:31 AM
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I find it humorous all the same. And not exactly in a complimentary way...
Yeah, makes doing some comics that simply re-imagine some of the more famous stories in the new timeline seem a whole lot more credible by mere default.
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ah guess who's back and bashing anything to do with Star Trek XI:/
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