I've been collecting Trek comics almost all my life, since the early DC days, at any rate. One of the issues of Who Killed Captain Kirk? is probably the first Trek comic I remember seeing on the shelves, and begging my parents to buy it for me. I've got a pretty good collection, but it was only during the late 90s Marvel era (and more recently the IDW stuff) that I was able to get the issues regularly. So while I have a lot of the DC issues, and a good bit of the Malibu DS9 and Wildstorm era material, there are some major gaps. I only just got The Return of the Worthy trade from Titan, and am looking forward to finally reading that story (I already had JMS' brilliant "Worldsinger" in issue). I've gotten the last few GN releases from Eaglemoss because of the unreleased material they've included, and I've been impressed overall with the format and the quality of the reprints. So I'm looking to pick up some of their other volumes that I haven't previously read. I'm looking at "Suspect," because I never had those issues (or the final 2 in the series). Same with TOS' "Star-Crossed." How are those stories? Worth getting, or skippable if I'm not interested in collecting every issue just for the sake of it? Any other major recommendations? Apart from, say "The Trial of James T. Kirk" and "The Mirror Universe Saga," which I have, and "Time-Crime" which was one of my favorite arcs.