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Star Trek Khan #4

Posted by T'Bonz - 06/01/14 at 12:01 pm

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The fourth issue of the Star Trek Khan comic from IDW Publishing comes out on Wednesday, but fans can have a sneak peek today.

Star Trek Khan #4 was written by Mike Johnson, and features art by Dave Messina and a cover by Paul Shipper. The issue was overseen by Roberto Orci.

Thirty-two pages in length, Star Trek Khan #4 will cost $3.99.

Click on the thumbnails to enlarge the photos. More preview pages can be seen at the referring site.








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  • milojthatch

    Just more JJ-Crap I won’t be spending my money on. Come on IDW, you guys can do better!

  • Trekkie2

    But these issues are designed to get you used to the fact that Khan (Benedict Cumberbatch) will be in the next movie.

  • Kang the Unbalanced

    Nuck. That. Foise.

  • Trekkie2

    Apologies. The whole idea infuriates me too, I don’t even get to see my favorites included in the movie.

  • BotanyCameos

    The Khan comic book started a bit weak but was a pleasant surprise overall. Since volume 2 so far it keeps getting better with each volume. I’m excited for more issues of it.

  • Kang the Unbalanced

    Oh no no, YOU have nothing to apologize for. JJ Abrams, Damon Lindehof, Bob Orci, and Alex Kurtzman are the ones who must answer for their crimes against film AND against Star Trek.

  • Trekkie2

    I supposed if they’re going to do a remake movie they might as well do a remake comic book too.
    Really, can Hollywood not come up with something original?

  • nevilleross

    No, he won’t.

  • nevilleross

    Deal with it, dumbass. The franchise has to be kept alive somehow.

  • BotanyCameos

    If it walks in the footsteps of the original, you whine about it being the same thing.
    If it’s innovative you whine that it’s raping the older content by being different.

    One way or the other, there’s some people who whine about every new thing…

  • BotanyCameos

    Do you people ever do anything other than whine and cry about everything in the universe?

    The constant whining and trolling gives a bad name to Star Trek fans in general, despite the fact the majority of us (who don’t bother going to every website to whine all the time) are quite normal and enjoy the new movies just fine.

    Maybe you would prefer the franchise died a long time ago, rather than see new content come up regularly, but the fans who actually care about Star Trek are happy with the new content.

  • Trekkie2

    And asses whine just to hear themselves whine.

  • Kang the Unbalanced

    This may surprise you, but you can’t hand me a shit sandwich and tell me it’s a turkey dinner.
    The 2009 film was a very promising start. I enjoyed it tremendously and was actually looking forward to the next film. I’ve been quite clear on that. I was hoping that since Kurtzman and Orci clearly enjoyed working with Abrams more than working with Bay that they might finally overcome their sequel problems.
    However as time went on and the writers began making some of the same painful statements they made before Revenge of the Fallen, I became more and more apprehensive. After Damon Lindehof screwed a decent script for Prometheus into a sordid mess, I braced myself for the worst, but remained cautiously optomistic… until the first reviews confirmed that all of the worst rumours that had been bandied about were indeed true.
    Star Trek Into Darkness is crap. It’s a poor film on its own. It recycles much of the 2009 film’s story almost beat for beat, but completely dumps the character development, then rather pointlessly throws in fan service from TWoK, and at the very end Kirk and the crew are about exactly where they were at the end of the previous film. Storywise it’s about on a par with the Gold Key Star Trek comics.
    So yes, I am a bit disappointed that everything they’d done right in the first film was entirely pissed away in the next one. I’m encouraged that there will be a change in writing staff, and doubly encouraged that Mr. Abrams’ infallible ego has gone off to ruin the Star Wars franchise.

  • nevilleross

    Who do you think will be taking over the franchise next that would be any different the the current people.
    ? There’s no Alfonso Cuarón or Oliver Stone to take over this franchise-for that matter, there’s no Peter Jackson or J. Michael Straczynski, no Joss Whedon, no Guillermo del Toro, no Peter Hymans, or any other person you think is best to take over running this franchise. Bad Robot is still making the movies along with Skydancer, and they’ll hire somebody else similar to do the next films. So, why don’t you and the other fools stock to the old movies and TV shows (plus fans shows like Phase II) and leave the rest of us alone?