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DS9: Hearts And Minds

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Malibu Comics' miniseries sees the cast of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine caught in the middle of a difficult conflict. A Klingon cruiser disappears without a trace and the prime suspects are the Cardassians. Thirsty for revenge, the Klingons call for the aid of their allies: the Federation. Captain Sisko and the crew of Deep Space Nine find themselves in a tricky position. Thei Malibu Comics' miniseries sees the cast of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine caught in the middle of a difficult conflict. A Klingon cruiser disappears without a trace and the prime suspects are the Cardassians. Thirsty for revenge, the Klingons call for the aid of their allies: the Federation. Captain Sisko and the crew of Deep Space Nine find themselves in a tricky position. Their main goal is to advocate peace between Bajor and Cardassia Prime, but they must also act on the Klingons' request.


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Malibu Comics' miniseries sees the cast of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine caught in the middle of a difficult conflict. A Klingon cruiser disappears without a trace and the prime suspects are the Cardassians. Thirsty for revenge, the Klingons call for the aid of their allies: the Federation. Captain Sisko and the crew of Deep Space Nine find themselves in a tricky position. Thei Malibu Comics' miniseries sees the cast of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine caught in the middle of a difficult conflict. A Klingon cruiser disappears without a trace and the prime suspects are the Cardassians. Thirsty for revenge, the Klingons call for the aid of their allies: the Federation. Captain Sisko and the crew of Deep Space Nine find themselves in a tricky position. Their main goal is to advocate peace between Bajor and Cardassia Prime, but they must also act on the Klingons' request.

32 review for DS9: Hearts And Minds

  1. 5 out of 5

    Apostolos

    It's interesting how much play the gamma quadrant gets in the comics, yet in the series I don't recall them ever making such a big deal of it (most issues on DS9 seems alpha and beta quadrant related). This mini-series is all about the Klingons and the Cardassians butting heads because the Romulans make it look like a Klingon ship has been destroyed by a Cardassian ship in the gamma quadrant. Interesting story, with a nice little quark sub-plot. It's interesting how much play the gamma quadrant gets in the comics, yet in the series I don't recall them ever making such a big deal of it (most issues on DS9 seems alpha and beta quadrant related). This mini-series is all about the Klingons and the Cardassians butting heads because the Romulans make it look like a Klingon ship has been destroyed by a Cardassian ship in the gamma quadrant. Interesting story, with a nice little quark sub-plot.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Ellen Schoener

    I did not expect to like this as much as I did. This is a very nice, well constructed story and definitely one of the better Star Trek comics.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jim

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    C. Edward Edward

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    Beth

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    Joshua Mormann

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    Jamie

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    Dennis Ticen

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    Iain Ross

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    Vic

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    Steven Lawrie

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    Torin

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    Steven

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    Peter Langdon

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    Crystal Bensley

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    Travis

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    Chris

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    Rod Simmons

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    Isaiah

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    E.A.C. Klemann

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    Bill Winzenburg

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    Watcher

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    Robert Prather

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    Veronica Kozlowski

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    DZMM

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    Sam Farley

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    Katie

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    Daniel Charlton

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    Jay Dingsdale

  30. 4 out of 5

    Donna Lombardo

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    Jason

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    Xavier

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