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Star Trek The Next Generation - X-Men: Planet X
Star Trek: The Next Generation
Mass Market Paperback
Release Date: May, 1998
Publisher: Pocket Books
On the planet Xhaldia, ordinary men and women are mutating into bizarre creatures with extraordinary powers. But is this a momentous evolutionary leap or an unparalleled catastrophe? The very fabric of Xhaldian society is threatened as fear and prejudice divide the transformed from their own kin. Dispatched to cope with the growing crisis, Captain Picard and the crew of the Starship Enterprise™ receive some unexpected visitors from another reality - in the form of the group of mutant heroes known as the uncanny X-Men®. Storm, leader of the X-Men, offers their help in resolving a situation that is agonizingly similar to the human/mutant conflicts of their own time and space. But when hostile aliens appear in orbit around Xhaldia to try and abduct the transformed for use as a superpowered force in an attack on the Federation, even the combined forces of the crew of Starfleet and the X-Men may be unable to prevent an inferno of death and destruction. Starfleet's finest crew and Earth's greatest mutant heroes will need all their powers and abilities to save the Xhaldian people and stop a deadly threat to the Federation.
||Mass Market Paperback
||1.5 x 4.0 x 6.7 in.
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Posted by Ichirou Ohgami on 4/24/2000
totally fantastic. awesome. mindboggling. When i learned Michael Friedman's writing this book, it's sooo cool. His storytelling never ceases to amaze me. I loved the interaction between Worf and Wolverine and not to mention that between Picard and Storm. I'm even gladder to own the comic prequel before this book came.
Posted by scott bartlett on 12/1/2000
This book was an entertaining read, even though some people don't seem to appreciate it. Maybe since I am not a huge Star Trek fan I am missing some misuse or something to offend the people reading, but this book was exciting and fun to read. If you want something that will keep you interested and having a good time, read the book.
Posted by Anonymous on 9/14/2001
This is a book that shouldn't be taken all that seriously. It's just a fun read. Fans of both "Star Trek" and The X-Men will have a good time with this. Underused characters such as Banshee and Nightcrawler are treated well in this story.