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IDW August Star Trek Comics

Posted by T'Bonz - 21/05/10 at 03:05 pm


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IDW Publishing has posted the details and covers of three Star Trek comics that are due out this August.

The comics are: Star Trek Movie Adaptation #6, Star Trek: Burden of Knowledge #3, and the Star Trek Omnibus: The Original Series.

In Star Trek Movie Adaptation #6, “the official comics adaptation of the blockbuster film Star Trek comes to an epic conclusion in this mini-series. Kirk, Spock and the crew of the Enterprise fight to save Earth from Vulcan’s fate! Brought to you by the creative team behind the best-selling Star Trek: Countdown, this series includes scenes not included in the original film!”

Star Trek Movie Adaptation #6 was written by Alex Kurtzman, Robert Orci, Mike Johnson and Tim Jones, with art and cover by David Messina.

In Star Trek: Burden of Knowledge #3, “when the Enterprise arrives too late to save another starship in distress, all evidence of guilt points to a shocking source: a fellow Federation member! Can Captain Kirk and Mr. Spock prevent all-out war with the Tellarites? From the creative team behind Spock: Reflections.”

Star Trek: Burden of Knowledge #3 was written by Scott and David Tipton, with art by Frederica Manfredi and cover by Joe Corroney.

The final August comic will be Star Trek Omnibus: The Original Series. In Star Trek Omnibus: The Original Series, readers can “blast off with the crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise on fantastic voyages through exciting worlds in this collection of original series- era Star Trek comics. Collects Star Trek series Year Four, Enterprise Experiment, Klingons: Blood Will Tell, and The Original Series Alien Spotlights.”

Star Trek Omnibus: The Original Series was written by David Tischman, Scott Tipton, DC Fontana, Derrick Chester, and more. Art is by David Messina, Gordon Purcell, Steve Conley, Leonard O’Grady, Sharp Bros., and more. The cover was done by Sharp Bros.

Source: Comics Continuum

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