Two Star Trek comics will hit stores this May; one featuring the crew from Star Trek into Darkness, and the other featuring Captain Picard and the crew from The Next Generation.
The issues are: Star Trek #21, and Star Trek Classics, Vol. 4: Beginnings.
In Star Trek #21, the action continues right after the events of Star Trek into Darkness, as the crew heads off into new adventures.
Overseen by Roberto Orci, Star Trek #21 was written by Mike Johnson and Ryan Parrot, with art by Erfan Fajar, and a cover by Tim Bradstreet. The issue will be thirty-two pages long and will sell for $3.99.
Next up is Star Trek Classics, Vol. 4: Beginnings. This issue is a reprint of the DC Comics series The Next Generation issues 1-6. In Star Trek Classics, Vol. 4: Beginnings, the earliest voyages of Picard and The Next Generation crew are chronicled. A powerless Q makes an appearance, seeking refuge on the Enterprise; the crew encounters a world where warriors see battle as a child’s game, and another world has “dark secrets that threaten both the ship and crew.”
Written by Mike Carlin, with art by Pablo Marcos, and a cover by Bill Sienkiewicz, Star Trek Classics, Vol. 4: Beginnings will be one-hundred-and-fifty-two pages long and will sell for $19.99.