Four different Star Trek titles will be released this November from IDW Publishing.
The titles include Star Trek #51: Five-Year Mission, Star Trek: New Adventures Vol. 2, Star Trek/Green Lantern #5, and Star Trek New Visions: The Hollow Man.
In Star Trek #51, “the Mirror Universe epic continues as the evil counterparts of the Enterprise crew gain the upper hand. Captain Kirk finds himself allied with the mysterious man known only as Singh, while Spock comes face to face with his deceased mother… now alive and well in the Mirror Universe.”
Written by Mike Johnson with art and cover by Tony Shasteen, the thirty-two page issue will cost $3.99. There will be a variant cover by Lorelie Bunjes.
Star Trek: New Adventures Vol. 2 will feature the “new adventures of the Starship Enterprise, with stories focusing on the current crew in the alternative timeline that takes place between the first and second movies.”
The stories in this issue include issues thirteen through twenty-four of the ongoing Star Trek series.
Writers for the stories include Mike Johnson, F. Leonard Johnson, and Ryan Parrott. Artists include Stephen Molnar, Erfan Fajar, Hendri Prasetyo, Miralti Firmansyah and Claudia Balboni.
Two-hundred-and-eighty-eight pages in length, Star Trek: New Adventures Vol. 2 will cost $29.99.
Star Trek/Green Lantern #5 will tell the story of the galactic civil war, which will reach “a critical point as the Yellow Lantern Klingons, Orange Lantern Romulans and Red Lantern Gorn fight for supremacy, with Hal Jordan, James T. Kirk, and the crew of the Enterprise caught in the middle. It’s a dark night for the Federation… and the arrival of Nekron and his Black Lanterns will only make things worse.”
Written by Mike Johnson, with art by Angel Hernandez and a cover by David Williams, the thirty-two page issue will cost $3.99. There will be variant covers for this issue.
The final November Trek comic release will be Star Trek New Visions: The Hollow Man. Written and featuring photo-manipulation by John Byrne, in this issue, a “mysterious message draws Mr. Spock on a solo mission to a distant part of the Federation, where an old friend awaits, as does as a menace with the potential to threaten the entire galaxy.”
Forty-eight pages in length, Star Trek New Visions: The Hollow Man will cost $7.99.