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INTERVIEW – Star Trek Authors Kevin Dilmore and Dayton Ward

Warning – this interview contains irreverence, innuendo about embarrassing truck stop photos, stream of consciousness and nostalgia. Kevin Dilmore and Dayton Ward’s writing partnership has formed into an epic Star Trek bromance. The two sat down with TrekMovie to discuss their latest offbeat project – Star Trek: Waypoint #2, how they wound up stuck working with one another, and more.


COMIC REVIEW – Star Trek: Waypoint #2

Assembling the single greatest collection of writers and artist in the cosmos, IDW Group Editor Sarah Gaydos had her pick when it came time to finding talent to contribute to her Star Trek: Waypoint anthology. After the first issue split time between The Next Generation and The Original Series, issue two focuses solely on TOS, but not in a way readers might expect.








TrekMovie Presents: A Look At The Kelvin Timeline In Comics, Part One

Cause and effect is a concept as old as time, and the title of a terrific TNG episode to boot. Seven years ago, when Spock Prime attempted to save the galaxy using red matter, the resulting outcome forged the birth of the Kelvin Timeline, which produced three feature films in the new universe and launched new comic book adventures. Part I of TrekMovie’s examination of the Kelvin Timeline comic books focuses on the resulting IDW mini-series that the 2009 film spawned as well as the Official Motion Picture Adaptation.







REVIEW: IDW’s Star Trek New Vision Special ‘The Cage’ Disappoints

Promising readers an extra-length tale that reinterprets and adapts the original Star Trek pilot, “The Cage”, what readers are truly left with is an oversized fotonovel like the original Bantam Books from the late 1970’s. The only new part of this adaptation is the fact that “The Cage” had never been published as a fotonovel previously. Now it has.





Meet Star Trek Variant Cover Artist Elsa Charretier

France might be the last place someone looks for the next fabulous Star Trek artist. However, Elsa Charretier is illustrating comics in plain sight in her hometown, Pernes les Fontaines. After her stint producing two stunning variant covers for Starfleet Academy #1 and Star Trek/Green Lantern #1, respectively, it is obvious the talented artist was born to illustrate stories for the 23rd and 24th centuries. Now she just needs an offer, and the time.









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