Star Trek (2007 mini-series) #1-5 + Klingon Language Edition #1 [SET] — Klingons: Blood Will Tell (All Regular Covers)

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There are two sides to every argument...

And this special collection looks at some of the most famous encounters between the United Federation of Planets and the Klingon Empire!

From the Klingon perspective!

Star Trek fans are used to the Klingons responding with "swift and blinding violence," and now the creative team that brought you Angel: Auld Lang Syne will show us why.

 

 

Collecting the eight-issue mini-series, All Regular Covers Plus the Variant #1 Klingon Language Version. 

 

 

Star Trek: Klingons - Blood Will Tell (2007 mini-series) #1 (of 5) (Regular "A" Cover - David Messina)
By Scott Tipton & David Messina. 
“Against Their Nature” 
The Klingon moon of Praxis has exploded and it is shortly before the events of Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country. On Qo'nos the leader of the house of Kahnrah sits in his study and considered the future of the Klingon Empire. Gorkon talks of peace, others talk of war his vote may be the deciding factor. His granddaughter a young warrior named K'Halynn enters and he begins to recount the great history of their family and in turn the history of the Klingon and Federation conflict starting with the story of their cousin Kagh at Organia leading to the occupation by Kor and insurgence by the Federation. This issue tells the story of the Star Trek episode Errand of Mercy as it is remembered by the Klingons.
Star Trek: Klingons - Blood Will Tell (2007 mini-series) #1 (of 5) (Regular "A" Cover - David Messina)
By Scott Tipton & David Messina. 
“Against TlhoQ”  (in Klingon)
There are two sides to every argument, and this month starts an exciting new series looking at some of the most famous encounters between the United Federation of Planets and the Klingon Empire-from the Klingon perspective! First up, an unsteady peace breaks out into full-scale war after a Klingon cruiser is destroyed by the Federation starship Enterprise. How will the Klingons respond? How do you say "swift and blinding violence" in Klingon?
Star Trek: Klingons - Blood Will Tell (2007 mini-series) #2 (of 5) (Regular "A" Cover - David Messina)
By Scott Tipton & David Messina. 
“Beneath the Skin“ 
It's time for another glimpse at Star Trek history from the Klingon perspective, and this month we look at the origins of one of the U.S.S. Enterprise's most famous missions! Rocked by the events of the previous issue, the Klingon High Council turns to a new tactic in their struggle against the Federation: espionage! What will one Klingon do to prove his worth to the Empire? And what most improbable creature will stand in his way?
Star Trek: Klingons - Blood Will Tell (2007 mini-series) #3 (of 5) (Regular "A" Cover - David Messina)
By Scott Tipton & David Messina. 
“The Order of Things”
They say history is written by the victors: Blood Will Tell continues its look at the other side of the coin in the battle between Starfleet and the Klingons! Still struggling against the treaty with the Federation, the Klingon Empire looks for a new way to conquer: behind the scenes, one planet at a time. Can a single Klingon tame a world? Commander Krell aims to try!
Star Trek: Klingons - Blood Will Tell (2007 mini-series) #4 (of 5) (Regular "A" Cover - David Messina)
By Scott Tipton & David Messina.  
“Blood Reign O'er Me”
Another look at the struggle between the Federation and the Klingon Empire, from the perspective of the galaxy's fiercest warriors, the Klingons! This month, a handful of Klingons battle for control of a Federation starship in this alternate view of the classic "Day of the Dove." Will they be able to commandeer one of their enemies' most powerful vessels? Or are they themselves merely pawns in a larger plot?
Star Trek: Klingons - Blood Will Tell (2007 mini-series) #5 (of 5) (Regular "A" Cover - David Messina)
By Scott Tipton & David Messina. 
“Losses" 
The decision has been made! The Klingon Empire is in desperate need of assistance, but will they be willing to ask for it? Kahnrah has chosen how to cast his vote in the High Council-the question is, will he survive long enough to do so? It's high political intrigue, Klingon-style, in the grand finale of Blood Will Tell!