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Stardates 7099.4 and 7101.6. The year: 2270. The Horta have not been seen by Kirk and his crew for three years. Andorians, Tellarites, and telepathy? What do all of these have in common? Read on for the review of the second issue (from last month) and third issue (released this week) of IDW’s Burden of Knowledge. Plus we have some news of Khan and his plushy future.
Ensign Sue Must Die #25 August 21, 2010by TrekMovie.com Staff , Filed under: Ensign Sue , comments closed
Is it all over for Ensign Sue? She has met the fate of many a red shirt before her, but her story continues with the 25th strip of Ensign Sue Must Die, the comic strip inspired by the new Star Trek movie.
In the last year we have seen William Shatner and Zachary Quinto dip into the world of comics and graphic novels, and now Walter Koenig is jumping in with a new series about vampires plus a re-issue of his 1990′s comic series "Raver." We have more details below, including an exclusive image from the vampire series "Things to Come".
Ensign Sue Must Die #24 August 17, 2010by TrekMovie.com Staff , Filed under: Ensign Sue , comments closed
The last time we saw Ensign Sue, Spock had put her into a red uniform and sent her on an away mission…with the usual result. Find out what happens next, in the 24th strip of Ensign Sue Must Die the comic strip inspired by the new Star Trek movie.Celebrity,Comics,Shatner , comments closed
In September William Shatner will continue his conquest of the world of comics, following up his recent TekWar comics with a new comic book series: "Quest for Tomorrow" from Bluewater Productions. Details and a first look below.
Ensign Sue Must Die #23 – Spock Prime Offers Advice August 14, 2010by TrekMovie.com Staff , Filed under: Ensign Sue , comments closed
Young Spock seems vexed by the troublesome Ensign Sue, and so now it is Spock Prime who has to step in with some advice. See how it works out in Ensign Sue Must Die 23 below.
COMIC STRIP: Ensign Sue Must Die #22 August 10, 2010by TrekMovie.com Staff , Filed under: Ensign Sue , comments closed
UPDATED: When we last saw Ensign Sue, young Spock declared that "Ensign Sue Must Die". So has she? You can find out below in the latest Star Trek movie-themed strip.
COMIC STRIP: Ensign Sue Must Die #21 August 8, 2010by TrekMovie.com Staff , Filed under: Ensign Sue , comments closed
In the Ensign Sue Must Die strip, we found Ensign Sue feeling the logical wrath of Spock, and it ended on a cliffhanger. Find out today how it all worked out in strip 21 below.
Ensign Sue Must Die #20 August 4, 2010by TrekMovie.com Staff , Filed under: Ensign Sue , comments closed
For strip #20 of the Star Trek movie themed webcomic ‘Ensign Sue Must Die’ (by Clare Mosley and Kevin Bolk), Spock has just had it with Ensign Sue! Check it out below.
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Dr. Leonard McCoy must say goodbye to new friends, make a difficult diagnosis, and visit an old friend with a terrible secret, as John Byrne and IDW Publishing bring Star Trek: Leonard McCoy, Frontier Doctor to a conclusion with a doubleheader issue. See how it all works out in our review of Star Trek: Leonard McCoy Frontier Doctor #4 below.
Ensign Sue Must Die – Strips 18 & 19 July 31, 2010by TrekMovie.com Staff , Filed under: Ensign Sue , comments closed
Today Strip #19 of the regular Star Trek movie themed webcomic ‘Ensign Sue Must Die’ (by Clare Mosley and Kevin Bolk) is out, and we actually missed #18 so both of those are now available below, where we have more fun with Ensign Sue and the Mirror Universe, and Sue needing some comfort from poor Spock.
Ensign Sue Must Die #17 – More Mirror Fun July 24, 2010by TrekMovie.com Staff , Filed under: Ensign Sue , comments closed
Strip #17 of our regular Star Trek movie themed webcomic ‘Ensign Sue Must Die’ (by Clare Mosley and Kevin Bolk) has both the regular and "mirror" Ensign Sue are stirring up trouble in both universes. Check it out below.
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A lot of words have been used to describe the Star Trek villain Khan Noonien Singh, and now you can add ‘cuddly’. In order to celebrate the first Khan comic book (coming in October), IDW Publishing will release a special Khan plush doll. Details below.
Covers and Details For IDW’s October Star Trek Comics July 21, 2010by TrekMovie.com Staff , Filed under: Comics , comments closed
Earlier this week TrekMovie had the exclusive news about the new Khan comic coming in October. Today IDW sent out their full October solicitations, which includes the "Khan To Rule In Hell" comic, "Captain’s Log Jellico" comic and trade collections for "McCoy Frontier Doctor" and the "Star Trek Movie Adaptation." See below for more details and all the covers.
Ensign Sue Must Die #16 – Mirror Sue Gets Evil July 20, 2010by TrekMovie.com Staff , Filed under: Ensign Sue , comments closed
As reported yesterday, the Ensign Sue Must Die webcomic will now be a regular feature here at TrekMovie.com And today there is a brand new strip, where we get to see the Mirror Sue. Check it out below.
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Last week TrekMovie featured an article on the new Star Trek 2009 movie-themed parody webcomic "Ensign Sue Must Die". We like Ensign Sue so much here at TrekMovie that we decided to make it a regular feature, and so in partnership with Ensign Sue creators Clare Mosley and Kevin Bolk, we present the latest strip below.Comics,TOS , comments closed
We still don’t know if Khan Noonien Singh, possibly Star Trek’s ultimate villain, will appear in the next Star Trek movie. But today, TrekMovie has the exclusive reveal that Khan will be the subject of the next new Star Trek comic book from IDW. The "Khan: Ruling in Hell" series kicks off in October. We have details and covers below.Comics,TOS , comments closed
Stardate 7097.3, the Enterprise is visiting a planet with major medical advances. Will McCoy still have a job? Will a redshirt get killed? Will Kirk be able to woo an attractive female? Read on for the review of the first issue of IDW’s Burden of Knowledge. We also have all the latest Star Trek comic news.Comics,TOS , comments closed
Next week IDW kicks off a brand new four issue comic book series, set in the original Star Trek era. See below for an exclusive first look at the three different covers, and a five-page preview of "Star Trek: Burden of Knowledge".
This week Zander Cannon’s Next Generation tale, Ghosts, is collected and published in trade paperback format by IDW Publishing. It’s a comic that reads like a novel and unreels like an episode of the television series. Minor spoilers in our review ahead. Plus we look at Star Trek trade sales and a blast from the past.