TrekInk: Exclusive Preview of TNG: Ghosts #2 + Trek Comics Now On PSP

Next week IDW continues their return to the 24th century and the Enterprise D with Issue #2 of "Star Trek The Next Generation: Ghosts," written by Zander Cannon. TrekMovie has the exclusive five-page preview below. Plus, Star Trek comics have come to the Sony PSP.


Preview: Star Trek: The Next Generation: Ghosts #2

Writer: Zander Cannon, artist: Javier Aranda, cover: Joe Corroney


The negotiations to end the civil war on Allios IV continue while Worf investigates the history of the less advanced of the two civilizations. Meanwhile, Picard is rattled by being identified as one of the phantoms that haunts a seriously wounded researcher they rescued from a marooned orbiter, and Troi, Geordi, and Dr. Crusher investigate the mysteries of what caused the accident.

Ghosts #2 covers (regular and dealer incentive ‘virgin’ cover)

Ghosts #2 – 5-page preview:


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Star Trek The Next Generation: Ghosts #2 arrives at Comic stores next Wednesday, December 23rd. You can order it from TFAW, along with other issues from the series (#5 not yet available for pre-order).











And the entire series will be combined in a trade paperback, which comes out in June 2010. You can pre-order that at Amazon

See TrekMovie review of Ghosts #1

COMICS NEWS: Sony opens digital comics store

As we reported last month, IDW has added an iPhone application to download digital Star Trek comics (see TrekMovie review). This month the service has been added for owners of Sony PSPs. To get you started there is a free Star Trek comic as well. More info at the Sony site.

Sony PlayStation Network Digital Comics Site


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.

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Nice butt shot of Troi.

Anybody know if they cancelled the Movie Omnibus? Amazon cancelled my preorder and I can’t find any information as to why

we are trying to get clarificaiton on movie omnibus, but it does appear like to at least be delayed. We will have more in next update

That art is….. not up to spec.

When was there a curved overhead window in Picard’s Ready Room?

Uhh is there a story reason why Worf doesn’t have his sash?

I like how in the estlabishing shot of him in his ready room theres a little model of the Kelvin- or at least a ship that looks like it could be the Kelvin.

People, must I remind you again that it’s the story that really matters and that the art is there to help it along, and also different people have different styles of drawing. NO TWO PEOPLE ARE GOING TO DRAW THE SAME CHARACTERS ALIKE. I’m getting tired of all the art bashing on this comic. So what if the art doesn’t live up to your oh so high and mighty standards! Live with it and enjoy the story! Accept that everyone is different and that we all draw different too.
The model in Picard’s ready room is of his first ship, the Stargazer. It’s been there since the very first TNG episode.

yeah, not impressed by the art. The Enterprise is a mess, the features of Picard’s ready room are all out of place and there’s even a reverse angle of his quarters in that one panel.

You’d think the artist could do 5 minutes of research on the sets before he started drawing…

Holy crapballs, Batman! I got vertigo looking at that first shot of the Ready Room. Was the “artist” taking his inspiration from M.C. Escher?

Re: 4

Yeah, from that angle we should see Picard’s replicator and the door to the bridge.

# 7

This model is not the Stargazer. Stargazer had 4 warp drives, this one has just one. Stargazer had no red nacelle-caps, this one has.

It has to be the Kelvin. I think it’s a little tribute to the new movie.

Captain Rickover the model IS the Stargazer. As has been stated before the artist probably didn’t do any research before he started drawing. So he drew a generic looking ship that is meant to be the Stargazer. Anyone who has watch TNG should know that the ship in Picard’s ready room is the Stargazer, the ship Picard served on before the Enterprise. He had very fond memories of that ship and that is why there is a model in his ready room. I hope this clears up any confusion people might have.