Anybody else give this a read? I thought it was very well done, showed the genesis of Noonien Signh, starts with a flashforward past Into Darkness in Khan's trial wherein they point out that he doesn't look a damn thing like TOS Khan, then flashback to the 70s as young, one-legged Sikh street urchin who is captured by an advanced genetics research facility, who promptly grow back his leg and enhance his abilities. Noonien is a deadly little rabble rouser and we see his evolution as the issue progresses. The issue is very well written by Mike Johnson, lots of great reveals inside of scenes and the narrative happily skips along the years as we see Noonien grow up. It's a really neat way to put us inside his origins and I think the big grand story of this will be how a scrawny Sikh kid ends up as Ricardo Montobaln and/also Bennedict Cumberbath. Basically, the series looks like it's trying to knot that continuity hole (My guess is the genetic engineering ends up changing him) which, as a comic geek, I'm always a fan of. I'd be less enthused if it turns out that the pre-Nero incursion Trek universe that we saw in ST:09 was different from the original Prime-verse. True, this series may end up stomping all over Greg Cox's "Khan" novel series but, hey, I didn't read those so this could be a neat origin for Khan that ties his two Trek appearances together.