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IDW Publishing Comics First Looks

Posted by T'Bonz - 18/09/12 at 01:09 pm


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Two new Star Trek comics will be released tomorrow, but fans can see a preview of the issues now.

The comics are Star Trek #13 and Star Trek: The Next Generation: Hive #1.

In Star Trek #13, readers are taken into the world of a “redshirt.” “Everyone knows the joke about the dire fate of crewmembers who wear red on the Enterprise. Even the redshirts themselves! The countdown to next year’s blockbuster Star Trek sequel continues here, with a new stand-alone story that shows life on the Enterprise through a redshirt’s eyes!”

Star Trek #13 is written by Mike Johnson, with art by Stephen Molnar and cover by Tim Bradstreet. The issue, thirty-two pages in length, will sell for $3.99.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Next up is Star Trek: The Next Generation: Hive #1. In Hive #1, “In the distant future the entire galaxy has been completely assimilated by Borg and its king… Locutus! The only hope for the future lies in the past, in the hands of Captain Jean-Luc Picard and the crew of the Starship Enterprise — as Picard faces off against the Borg collective in one final, terrifying and definitive encounter!”

Star Trek: The Next Generation: Hive #1 is written by Brannon Braga and Terry Matalas with art and cover by Joe Corroney. The issue is thirty-two pages in length and will sell for $3.99.

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Source: Comics Continuum

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  • http://www.facebook.com/nathan.kaiser3 Nathan Kaiser

    Well i read the Hive one and it seems they screwed up the timeline with having 7 of 9 being a drone in this =/

  • Devon

    Ya I know what you mean, although perhaps it happened after they returned to earth since Picard knows who she is. Either way, even if it’s a different timeline, I like how it seems in tune with the 90s shows. It feels like it takes place 10-20 years after the dominion war in a natural manner, at least more natural than I could of hoped for a comic of a long dead glorious franchise I thought would never have any continuation worth looking into.