So far IDW’s new ongoing “Star Trek” comic series set in the new movie universe have been doing new spins on stories based on original Star Trek series episodes. However, for issue #7 (coming March 2012) IDW will begin a brand new two-issue story dealing with the Vulcans and the aftermath of their planet’s destruction. See below for more details on that and other Star Trek titles coming from IDW in March.
Starfleet officers and Legionnaires finally meet face to face in the third installment of Star Trek/Legion of Super-Heroes from IDW Publishing. Once everyone gets their egos and timelines sorted out, the Imperial Elite arrive for a good old fashioned comic book smackdown. Spoilers after the break.
Medical supplies en route to a planet in need, a quasar-like formation, and the Federation High Commissioner. How can things go wrong? Well, the shuttle Galileo will prove us all wrong. As usual. It wouldn’t be Star Trek otherwise, now would it? Read on to find out what happens in this month’s issue of IDW’s ongoing series set in the new Star Trek movie universe.
The Galactic Barrier. Gary Mitchel. White Eyes. Wait… no Dr. Dehner on staff? How on Earth… er… Enterprise will they stop him? Read on and find out how it all comes together in the second issue of IDW’s new ongoing series set in the new Star Trek movie universe. We also preview what is next for the series.
The folks at IDW Publishing have been busy. First up we have previews of the comics coming next February. Plus IDW is running a cover contest, reprinting Star Trek comics in print and digital formats, and jumping onto new personal entertainment devices. A roundup of all the Star Trek comics news that’s fit to post and more, after the break.
30th-century Legionnaires of the United Planets find themselves on the wrong Earth with 23rd-century Starfleet officers of the United Federation of Planets in the first two issues of a six-issue crossover mini-series from IDW Publishing and DC Comics. Time travel, an evil empire, spoilers and impressions after the break.
We are still awaiting official announcements regarding the Star Trek sequel, but in a new interview co-writer/producer Roberto Orci gave a brief update on work being done currently. Orci and Star Trek comics writer also talked about how the new IDW series will tie into the sequel. Details below.
Star Trek is back in comic format, and it’s the new movie crew doing the old original series episodes. Will Vina show up? How about Adam? Hey… what’s Gary Mitchell doing there? And why are his eyes all white?. Read on in the TrekMovie review and find out…
Star Trek Ongoing #1 goes on sale this week from IDW Publishing. As previously detailed, Star Trek Ongoing is a new comic book series based on J.J. Abrams’ 2009 Star Trek. IDW describes it as a set of "re-imaginings"of the classic adventures of the 1960s Star Trek TV series. Ahead of tomorrow’s release (Wednesday, September 21) of issue #1, IDW has released a 7-page preview.
Comic Book artist Joe Corroney has revealed the second cover for Star Trek #2, the second entry in IDW’s new ongoing comic book series set in the new Star Trek movie universe. The comic hits stores in October. Check out the cool new image below.
Last month IDW announced a new ongoing comic book series set in the new Star Trek universe. They have now released the cover and details on issue #2 coming in October, featuring the new universe Gary Mitchell on the cover. See below for details on that and other IDW Star Trek releases for October & September.
In advance of their panel at San Diego Comic Con, IDW Publishing has announced a brand new Star Trek series coming in October – and this time they are headed to the 30th century with “Star Trek/Legion of Super Heroes” – a crossover with DC comics! More details and the first cover for this exciting new series below.
There hasn’t been a new Star Trek comic issued by IDW since February, and that was part of a multi-franchise cross-over. After concerns arose following no new Trek books being announced for the summer, today IDW’s Editor-in-Chief revealed that Star Trek comic books are coming in the fall. Details below
The colony is overrun by zombies, Kirk, McCoy, and Spock are on their own with only the robot from "Lost in Space" to help them! Surely George Romero is somewhere to be found! Read on for the review of the second issue of IDW’s Star Trek: Infestation. Plus we have a 5-page preview.
Stardate 7493.5, Admiral Kirk, Dr. McCoy, and Spock have left the Enterprise to visit the colony world of Calibus VII, where McCoy is to be honored. The world is a virtual paradise, the Enterprise will join them in five days, so what could go wrong? Only an interdimensional infestation of zombies. Read on for the review of the first issue of IDW’s Star Trek: Infestation.
This year comic book publisher IDW is going zombie crazy with a big crossover event called "Infestation", which includes two Star Trek: Infestation comics for February. We have some preview images of issue 1 below, plus some exclusive comments from IDW on the future of Star Trek with the publisher.
While sandstorms scour the surface of Ceti Alpha V, Khan and his peeps move into a lowrise container, meet their new neighbors, and square off against each other in the penultimate issue of Ruling in Hell from IDW Publishing. Spoilers ahead.
In 2011 IDW comics is planning a zombie/comics crossover event, incorporating Star Trek, Transformers, GI Joe and Transformers. IDW have now released details for the February comics, including the two Star Trek Infestation titles. Details and covers below.
Ceti Alpha V isn’t a paradise anymore and Khan’s new empire begins to unravel. His story continues in the second of four issues of "Star Trek: Khan Ruling in Hell" from IDW Publishing arriving in comic shops this week. Spoilers in our review ahead. Plus we have a 5-page preview.
Kirk abandons Khan and IDW Publishing has the story. Veteran Star Trek comics writers Scott and David Tipton begin their tale of Khan’s new empire in the first of four issues arriving in comic shops this week. Spoilers ahead.
Today at New York Comic Con, IDW Publishing announced a "first in comic book history" with a multi-title zombie series called "Infestation" that ties together their licensed properties, including Star Trek. We have details below, plus a look at a special NYCC edition of the new Khan series.
Stardate 7101.9. The year: 2270. Cliffhangers, lost crewmen who were not actually lost, and memory loss. Whatever the clues mean, it’s time for "The Burden of Knowledge" to be weighed. Read on for the review of the fourth and final issue of IDW’s Star Trek Burden of Knowledge.
This week IDW finishes off their four issue TOS era comic book series from the Tipton brothers: "Star Trek: Burden of Knowledge". We have a five page preview of issue 4 below, plus a look at covers and details for the December IDW Star Trek solicitations, including “Star Trek: Khan: Ruling in Hell #3”.
The Enterprise is returning from Talos and has been recalled to Earth. Captain Pike is struggling with a guilty conscience, and the ship is attacked en route. Must be time for the review of "Star Trek Captain’s Log: Pike", the third in this periodic series about the "other" captains from IDW. We also have a 5-page preview to get you started.
Kisses, bugs in the ears, giant drills, fights in the snow, Scotty, and Captain Data. Wait…Captain Data? It must be the reviews of the fifth and sixth issues of IDW’s adaptation of Star Trek. IDW wraps up their version of the 2009 Star Trek movie today, find out how it all works out, plus a five-page preview of issue 6.
Today we present the finale of the Star Trek movie inspired parody comic strip Ensign Sue Must Die. Find out how it all ends for Sue…or is it the end?
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.
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".
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.