See what Spock and Uhura are up to in a brand new story in this comic series set after Star Trek Beyond.Read More
For everyone who wondered what Kirk would look like with an 8-pack…
QMx’s new 12″ Star Trek McCoy figure blows us away, and they just announced their first Star Trek: The Next Generation figure too.
The original “Journey to Babel” is re-imagined in new Star Trek Boldly Go Comic
It’s mutiny (or is it) as the crew of the U.S.S. Endeavour encounters a dangerous force long theorized but never seen. Until now.
A vengeful, genetically augmented superhuman steals a rage-fueled power ring from another universe. What could possibly go wrong?
Jonathan Archer and the NX-01 make their long-awaited funny book debut, while Picard and crew explore reflections and alternate realities. Reviews and 5-page previews for the two latest Star Trek comics.
Varese Sarabande’s deluxe two-disc soundtrack release features 29 cues of previously unreleased music from Star Trek Beyond, including full Jaylah and Yorktown Themes.
The plot thickens as Khan and all his compatriots have awoken, while Hal Jordan and Sinestro continue their individual searches for Oa, and hopefully, a central power battery for their rings.
Jaylah takes center stage as Mike Johnson reveals her background, how she came to be on Altamid, and what exactly went down between her father and Manas.
A well executed repackaging of the single-season sets that offers a tremendous amount of content for a great price.
Investigating a series of violent raids by a predatory species, Kirk and company discover a connection to Balok and his people from “The Corbomite Maneuver.”
Welcome back to our bi-weekly series on Gene Roddenberry’s work between Star Trek incarnations. Last time we looked at a boy and his robot in The Questor Tapes. This time we return to the land of the PAX in Planet Earth.
The Enterprise is summoned to Starbase 11 for a prisoner transfer — to pick up Captain Kirk’s brother, George Samuel Kirk, who has admitted his guilt for murder.
John Byrne once again displays his love of Star Trek with his latest “lost episode,” which deals with a society of people that hides their faces.
A highlight of Star Trek’s 50th anniversary celebrations last year was the Star Trek art book and accompanying traveling exhibition, “Star Trek: 50 Artists 50 Years”. The collection is a triumph of risky artistic choices that, for the most part, paid off.
The fun continues as the Enterprise and its new crew member Hal Jordan fight Sinestro and his Klingons. Meanwhile, all the stranded Lanterns in the Kelvin Universe need to find a new power source, before their rings fail forever.
Boldly going where no other Star Trek comic has gone before, Mike Johnson and Tony Shasteen have demonstrated they will push the boundaries of storytelling and established notions with this new series. Star Trek: Boldly Go #4 shows us how the Kelvin Universe crew deal with the Borg… and how the Borg deal with them.
Relevancy has never concerned the Borg. In Star Trek: Boldly Go #3, the relentless foe explains resistance, ignorance, empire, wrath and luck are all irrelevant when it comes to their mission. Mike Johnson and Tony Shasteen resume the series’ opening arc, as the Kelvin Universe crew attempts to rescue its comrades and stop the Borg.
It’s a great debut for the latest crossover between the crew of the Enterprise and the Green Lantern Corps.
La-La Land Records recently released a second volume of music from Star Trek: Enterprise. The four-CD collection features previously unreleased material from 31 episodes and music from composers Dennis McCarthy, Jay Chattaway and more.
Welcome back to our bi-weekly series on Gene Roddenberry’s work between Star Trek incarnations. Last time we looked at the satanic bromance thriller, Spectre. This time we check out Gene’s original android with a heart of gold in The Questor Tapes.