IDW Publishing July Trek Titles


Star Trek fans will have three new Star Trek comics to enjoy this July courtesy of IDW Publishing.

The titles include Star Trek Volume 2, Star Trek: The Next Generation/Doctor Who: Assimilation 2 #3 and Star Trek #11 (The Truth about Tribbles, Part 1).

Star Trek Volume 2, written by Mike Johnson with art by Joe Corroney and a cover by Tim Bradstreet, is the re-imagining of the original series episode Operation Annihilate.

Overseen by Star Trek XI‘s Roberto Orci, Star Trek Volume 2 is 104 pages in length and will sell for $17.99.

Next up is Star Trek: The Next Generation/Doctor Who: Assimilation 2 #3, written by Scott and David Tipton with Tony Lee, with artwork by J.K. Woodward and covers by Woodward and Elena Casagrande. In this issue of the Trek/Who crossover, “Captain Picard and Doctor Who attempting to agree upon the best course of action now that the true horror of the Borg-Cybermen alliance has been revealed. Also in question: will the Doctor’s recently resurfaced memories shed fresh light on the situation?”

Thirty-two pages in length, Star Trek: The Next Generation/Doctor Who: Assimilation 2 #3 will sell for $3.99. Look for a rare black-and-white variant cover.

The last IDW Publishing Star Trek comic for July is Star Trek #11. Written by Mike Johnson, with art by Claudia Balboni and a cover by Tim Bradstreet, the new Enterprise crew “makes the acquaintance of everyone’s favorite cuddly, ravenously hungry, Klingon-hating alien creatures.”

Also overseen by Roberto Orci, Star Trek #11 is thirty-two pages in length and will sell for $3.99. Variant covers include a photo cover and a sketch cover created by Tim Bradstreet.


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  • What’s with all these lame “J.J.-verse” Star Trek titles being released? Let’s stick with the Original Series and Next Generation stories, please.

  • Joel K.

    Looking forward to the JJVerse Star Trek titles…

  • Kang the Unbalanced

    While I agree they are fairly lame, they are about par for Trek comics in general, and it is perfectly logical to release products that tie in to a recent and highly successful Trek film. Or would you rather have Nemesis-branded hair restorative creme?

  • Ken

    Why not NEW stories in the alternate universe instead of re-treads of TOS which did it better?

  • Kang the Unbalanced

    I’d love to see that. Perhaps someday…