In Star Trek #3, “Mr. Spock finds himself in command of a stranded shuttle crew fighting for survival,” in a re-imagining of the original series episode The Galileo 7.
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For Star Trek comic fans, a new release to hit stores tomorrow features four Star Trek stories.
The Star Trek 100-Page Spectacular was written by John Byrne, Scott Tipton, David Tipton and Stuart Moore. Artwork was created by Byrne, David Messina, Federica Manfredi and Mike Hawthorne, while the cover was created by Joe Corroney.
The second issue of the new Star Trek comic series from IDW Publishing is due out tomorrow.
In Star Trek #2, “Kirk and Spock face off against one of their own when crewman Gary Mitchell is possessed by an entity of unfathomable power.”
For fans waiting for tomorrow’s release of the first issue of Star Trek Legion of Superheroes comic, there is an eight-page preview available now.
In Star Trek Legion of Superheroes, IDW Publishing and DC Comics pair up the crew of the Enterprise with the Legion of Superheroes, with settings in the 23rd and/or 31st century.
A new comic series from IDW Publishing and DC Comics, Star Trek Legion of Super-Heroes, will debut this week.
In Star Trek Legion of Super-heroes, the first of a six-issue release, Captain Kirk and his crew and the Legion of Super-Heroes will feature the two groups interacting in the 23rd century and the 31st century.
For fans of J.J. Abrams‘ Star Trek, a new comic based on the Trek reboot goes on sale tomorrow.
Written by Mike Johnson, with artwork by Stephen Molnar and covers by Tim Bradstreet and David Messina, Star Trek #1 features the new Star Trek cast on a mission based on the original series’ Where No Man Has Gone Before.
IDW Publishing has announced that the second issue of a new comic book series based on Star Trek XI‘s alternative timeline will soon follow issue #1, which debuts in September.
Star Trek #2 is billed as a “lead up to 2012′s eagerly awaited Star Trek sequel” and revisits an episode from the original series.
A new comic series, in which Zombies invade the universes of Ghostbusters, GI Joe, Star Trek and Transformers, will be released at the end of this month.
The new crossover series will begin with Infestation #1, which will debut on January 26. This first issue is written by Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning, with art by David Messina.
Many books, comics, fan films and other creative projects and ideas have been based on Star Trek and its spin-off series and movies, but one of the funnier creations is a comic based on a “Mary Sue” character called “Ensign Sue Must Die.”
Ensign Sue Must Die, a “Trek-tastic parody” created by Clare Mosely and Kevin Bolk, chronicles the arrival and mayhem caused by the arrival on the USS Enterprise of Ensign Mary Amethyst Star Enoby Aiko Archer Picard Janeway Sue.
Archaia’s Lucid #1, the first of a four-issue spy genre comic produced by Zachary Quinto‘s Before The Door media production company, will be released in August.
Written by Michael McMillian (True Blood), Lucid is the story of “Agent Matthew Dee, a modern ‘Combat Mage’ in service of the government whose personal history traces back to real life 16th Century occultist John Dee and whose current fate gets twisted up with an ancient evil from Arthurian legend.”
The fourth issue of the Star Trek Movie Adaptation comic series will be in stores tomorrow, but readers can see a preview today.
The latest of the Star Trek Movie Adaptation comics is published by IDW Publishing. This issue was written by Alex Kurtzman, Roberto Orci, Mike Johnson and Tim Jones. Art and cover are by David Messina.
The Star Trek Movie Adaptation #3 comic, due out on April 28 from IDW Publishing, will feature the first meeting of Kirk and Spock at Starfleet Academy.
Star Trek Movie Adaptation #3 will be thirty-two pages in length and will sell for $3.99.
On Wednesday, March 17, IDW Publishing’s Star Trek Movie Adaptation issue #2 will arrive in stores.
Written by Roberto Orci, Alex Kurtzman, Tim Jones and Mike Johnson; with artwork (and cover) by David Messina, this second issue of the Star Trek XI movie adaptation includes some cut scenes.
The first Star Trek: Deep Space Nine comic will debut this December.
More details are emerging about the new Deep Space Nine comic courtesy of Scott and David Tipton, such as in which time frame the stories will be set and which characters who will be appearing in the new series .
The new Deep Space Nine stories will be set in familiar territory. “Our mandate from the ‘Powers That Be’ was to tell a classic Deep Space Nine story to reintroduce the series to comics readers,” explained Scott Tipton. “Setting it after the series ended didn’t make a lot of sense, since half the cast would by definition be taken off the table immediately. Our story is set between seasons three and four, before Worf’s arrival to the station and before things start to heat up with the Dominion War. It’s kind of the last point where there’s breathing space before the series got really serialized in its final four seasons.”