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Two Trek Comics Previews

Posted by T'Bonz - 22/10/13 at 10:10 am


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Two Star Trek comics go on sale tomorrow, but readers can have a sneak peek of both issues today.

The comics arriving in stores tomorrow include Star Trek #26, and Star Trek: The Next Generation/Doctor Who: Assimilation2.

In Star Trek #26, the “conflict between the Klingon and Romulan Empires erupts, with Captain Kirk and the crew of the Enterprise trapped in the middle.”

Written by Mike Johnson, with art and cover by Erfan Fajar, Star Trek #26 is overseen by Roberto Orci.

The fifty-two page issue will sell for $3.99. Click on the thumbnails to enlarge the photos; more preview pages can be seen at the referring site.

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In Star Trek: The Next Generation/Doctor Who: Assimilation2, “Captain Jean-Luc Picard and the crew of the USS Enterprise have joined forces with the Doctor and his companions to combat an unholy alliance between the Federation’s most terrifying enemy and one of the Doctor’s greatest antagonists. But once the Cybermen turn on their Borg allies, the Doctor and Picard find themselves at odds over how to proceed against the threat, with the fate of the universe hanging in the balance.”

Written by Scott Tipton, David Tipton, and Tony Lee, Star Trek: The Next Generation/Doctor Who: Assimilation2 features art by J.K. Woodward, The Sharp Bros., and Gordon Purcell, and a cover by the Sharp Bros. The two hundred page issue will sell for $34.99.

Click on images to enlarge. More images can be seen at the referring site.

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Source: Comics Continuum

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  • Trekkie2

    Beyond bored. No thanks. Not even interested in the direction the Ongoing Comic series is headed. The comics seem to contain all that will not be seen in the next movie, except for bra and panties star Carol Marcus, because that’s the extent of her acting abilities. Even Abrams saw that.