Interesting, and a view of TNG that might have been, or even more Voyager, if they had stuck with the idea of Starfleet an the Maquis being this rouge group that didn’t fit in well at all. I thought for a bit that the XO was going to if not come around, be able to appreciate what the Captain was going for, but it seems like it was not in the cards, and makes me wonder if a tragedy will happen sooner rather than later.
That’s my biggest disappointment in Voyager, complete premise abandonment right after the first episode. Kind of the same with Enterprise, since it should have predated the perfect harmony rule, and lead to “Dear Doctor.”
I just looked “Dear Doctor” up and it seems like the same bull shit handwringing as “Penpals” and “Homeward” where it seems better to let a culture die off completely than interfere with it.
This is an incredibly well made panel. Every aspect of this scene is confrontational. The visual/uniforms are same but different, the aggressive stances and expressions, the dialogue, hell even the backgrounds are opposites – sky v/s earth.
How’s she gonna make Starfleet great again if she’s drummed out of the service?
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