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    Reviews - Star Trek: The Next Generation/Doctor Who: Assimilation² - #5

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This is better. - JohnW
This issue mainly consists of what I was looking for: interesting interactions between the casts of both shows. The art team on this issue is slightly different, and the art suffers for it. My only criticism of the story is that the Cybermen and Borg evidently have a massive space battle and it takes place entirely off screen (so to speak). This is exactly the type of cool thing I wanted to see. I can appreciate the reasons to have things happen off-screen for economy of storytelling, subtlety, or to share the discovery with the main characters, but this doesn't seem like the kind of thing that needs to be done off-screen for any of those reasons. Oh, well.

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