Three Trek-themed comics from IDW Publishing will make their debut in July 2018.
The comics include Star Trek: The Next Generation: Terra Incognita #1, Star Trek: Discovery: Succession #4, and Star Trek: New Visions: Vol. 7.
In Star Trek: The Next Generation: Terra Incognita #1, “on the heels of the blockbuster Through the Mirror miniseries comes a brand-new Next Generation series, featuring untold tales of Captain Jean-Luc Picard and the crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise-D! Following their clash with their villainous doubles from the Mirror Universe, the Enterprise crew returns to business as usual, little realizing the serpent in their midst — one of their own has been replaced! What does Mirror Barclay want, and what’s to become of his Prime-universe counterpart?!”
Written by Scott and David Tipton, and featuring art by Tony Shasteen and covers by Shasteen, J.K. Woodward, and Elizabeth Beals, the thirty-two page issue will sell for $3.99.
Star Trek: Discovery: Succession #4 returns to the Mirror Universe. “In the Mirror Universe, the heroic characters you thought you knew care only for power and glory. In this, the final issue of Succession, see Michael Burnham in the fight of her life!”
Written by Mike Johnson and Kirsten Beyer, with art by Angel Hernandez, and covers by Hernandez, Nick Roche, and Declan Shalvey, the thirty-two page issue will sell for $3.99.
The third comic for July will be Star Trek: New Visions: Vol. 7. Written by and with photoplay by John Byrne, in this issue, there are “three all new adventures! First, pulled down to a world made entirely of water, the Enterprise is in danger of literally flooding. Spock and McCoy discover a sinister purpose behind this bizarre planet in What Pain It Is To Drown. Then, in The Hunger, a mysterious entity has drifted above the outer rim of the Galaxy for thousands of years, draining life from all the worlds it found there. Now, it has learned of the banquet of populous planets near the heart of the Milky Way, and is heading there at terrifying speed with only the Enterprise standing in its way. Next, Captain Kirk has found himself all alone on the Enterprise before, but what happens when each individual member of the crew finds themselves in a similar state? And who is behind this…Isolation?”
Star Trek: New Visions: Vol. 7 will be one hundred-and-twenty-eight pages in length and will cost $17.99.
Source: Comics Continuum