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IDW Publishing Trek Comics Sneak Peek

Posted by T'Bonz - 01/04/14 at 01:04 pm


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Two IDW Publishing Star Trek comics will debut tomorrow, but fans may have a sneak peek today.

The comics include Star Trek: Gold Key Archives, Vol. 1, and Star Trek: The Star Date Collection: Volume 2: Under the Command of Christopher Pike.

In Star Trek: Gold Key Archives, Vol. 1, written by Arnold Drake and George Kasdan, with art by Evio Zaccara, Alberto Giolitti, and Giovanna Ticci, and a cover by Michael Stribling, the “the first comic book adventures of the U.S.S. Enterprise and her crew are presented in one volume.” The comic is “fully re-mastered…with a new throwback cover,” and covers issues one through six.

The one-hundred-and-sixty-eight-page comic will sell for $29.99.

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Star Trek: The Star Date Collection: Volume 2: Under the Command of Christopher Pike “collect[s] the many comic-book iterations of Trek ‘as they happened’… by stardate!” Under the Command of Christopher Pike “completes the early voyages of the Enterprise under the command of Captain Christopher Pike, and wraps up with two lost adventures from Pike’s career.”

“Helmed by Trek experts Scott and David Tipton, and featuring special commentary, creator interviews, and more, Star Trek: The Star Date Collection: Volume 2: Under the Command of Christopher Pike was written by Christopher E. Long, Kevin Colden, Ben Wagner, and Palle Schmidt, and features art by Andy Kuhn, Kevin Colden, Nathan St. John, and Palle Schmidt.

The three-hundred-page issue will sell for $49.99.

To see the preview pages, click on the thumbnails. More preview pages can be seen at the referring site.

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Source: Comics Continuum

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  • milojthatch

    Yes, but do they finish the cliff hanger from Early Voyages?

  • Blue Thunder

    Shades of Starship Exeter’s final act.