TrekInk: May 2013 Star Trek comics solicits February 15, 2013by Mark Martinez , Filed under: Comics,Star Trek (2009 film),TNG , trackback
IDW Publishing just released their latest solicits. May will be a quiet month for Star Trek comics. TrekMovie has the covers, the details, and a blast from the past for you, after the break.
May 2013 Star Trek comics solicits
When I reviewed Star Trek #17 last week, I mistakenly reported that the ongoing series would end with issue #21, but I’m happy to say I was wrong. The series continues in May with a story that follows on the heels of Star Trek: Countdown to Darkness.
Star Trek #21
Written by Mike Johnson and Ryan Parrot, art by Erfan Fajar, cover art by Tim Bradstreet
The hit ongoing STAR TREK series picks up right where this year’s blockbuster sequel STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS leaves off! Don’t miss the all-new adventures of the crew as they go boldly into the unknown, in a story overseen by STAR TREK writer/producer Roberto Orci!
FC • 32 pages • $3.99
Tim Bradstreet sketch cover!
Order 20 copies, get one free variant Photo Cover!
Star Trek Classics, Vol. 4: Beginnings
Written by Mike Carlin, art by Pablo Marcos, cover by Bill Sienkiewicz
Set during the earliest voyages of The Next Generation series, join Picard, Riker, Data, Worf, Troi, Yar, and Laforge as they learn about each other and encounter: A de-powered Q who seeks refuge aboard the Enterprise as he attempts to learn what it means to be mortal; A world where warriors see battle as a child’s game; A world with dark secrets that threaten both the ship and crew, and more.
TPB • FC • $19.99 • 152 pages • ISBN 978-1-61377-671-1
Reprints the DC Comics series The Next Generation #1-6.
In case you didn’t see them when they were first published 25 years ago, here are the covers for the first Next Generation comics and a page of original art from issue #1. No Star Trek crew has ever had such well-defined musculature nor such flexible bodies, as those drawn by Pablo Marcos and friends.
Star Trek: The Next Generation
DC Comics six-issue mini-series, Feb 1988 – Aug 1988
Mark Martinez is an obsessive-compulsive Star Trek comics reader and collector. You can visit his website, the Star Trek Comics Checklist for more than you ever needed to know about Star Trek comics.