TrekInk – Exclusive Preview of Star Trek: The Next Generation: Ghosts #5

Next week IDW releases the fifth and final of issue of "Star Trek The Next Generation: Ghosts," written by Zander Cannon. TrekMovie has the exclusive five page preview of TNG Ghosts #5 below.

 

 

Preview: Star Trek: The Next Generation: Ghosts #5

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

Synopsis

It’s the stunning conclusion! As Worf’s execution draws ever closer, Commander Riker sends Data alone into enemy territory to find him. Meanwhile, Picard and his fellow prisoners search desperately for a way out of the white zone before their link to the real world disappears—trapping them forever!

Ghosts #5 covers (regular and dealer incentive ‘virgin’ cover)

Ghosts #4 – 5-page preview:

  

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Star Trek The Next Generation: Ghosts #4 arrives at Comic stores next Wednesday, February 24th. You can order it from TFAW, along with other issues from the series.

Ghosts
#1

Ghosts
#2

Ghosts
#3

Ghosts
#4

Ghosts
#5

$3.59
(Nov.)

$3.59
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$3.59
(Jan.)

$3.19
(Feb.)

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

 

APRIL STAR TREK COMICS

And here is a reminder of what is coming from IDW in April.

Star Trek: McCoy #1 (FC • 32 pages • $3.99)
John Byrne (w & a & c)
Space, the final frontier… and on that frontier and beyond, humans and aliens alike need medical care. Enter Leonard McCoy, Doctor of Space Medicine, late of the U.S.S. ENTERPRISE…  his first assignment: save the human colonists from a mysterious plague on a distant world whose only native lifeform is a vast and suddenly hostile jungle. Shipped with a special variant Byrne “gag” cover! (2 regular covers will be shipped in a 1-to-1 ratio).


[Pre-order at TFAW for $3.19]

Star Trek: Captain’s Log: Harriman  (FC • 32 pages • $3.99)
Marc Guggenheim (w) • Andrew Currie (a) • David Messina (c)
Captain John Harriman is the commander of the USS Enterprise B. He is also the man many hold responsible for the mysterious disappearance and presumed death of James Tiberius Kirk, the renowned Starfleet captain by whom all others are judged. How does a man recover from killing a legend? Find out in this very special issue!
Guest starring Dr. Leonard “Bones” McCoy.


[Pre-order at TFAW for $3.19]

Star Trek Movie Adaptation #3 (FC • 32 pages • $3.99)
Alex Kurtzman, Robert Orci, Mike Johnson, Tim Jones, (w) • David Messina (a & c)
JJ Abrams, Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci present the official comics adaptation of their blockbuster film STAR TREK! The creative team behind the best-selling STAR TREK: COUNTDOWN returns to continue the story as Kirk and Spock meet for the first time at Starfleet Academy! Don’t miss this exclusive mini-series, which includes scenes not included in the film!


[Pre-order at TFAW for $3.19]

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Agentm31

That Harriman book looks interesting

joe

Do you think the Harriman story will touch upon anything spoken about in the fan-movie “Of Gods And Men” when Harriman said he was going to quit Starfleet over the Kirk incident if Uhura and Checkov hadn’t been there for him/befriended him.
Maybe they will cast that kind of relationship for McCoy’s guest appearence.
I do like the idea of someone who served with Kirk for 20+ years explaining to Harriman that sh*t happens and to not beat yourself up.

davidfuchs

@2. If they did have something like that, it wouldn’t necessarily have to have come from “Of Gods And Men” (it’s pretty simple theme, methinks.)

The book certainly looks interesting (I haven’t read the Harriman Lost Era novel yet), although the art on these issues is pretty mediocre all around… thank god for Byrne!

Although, looking closely, that Klingon on crutches looks a lot like Terrax http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Terrax :P

@3: The Lost Era novel (“Serpents Among the Ruins”) is one of my all-time FAVORITE Trek novels. Romulan intrigue, the fleshing-out of what had been a “throwaway” character, and Elias Vaughn (though in a supporting role); what’s not to like? For some reason, I have been drawn to the captains and characters about which we know little (Christopher Pike “Prime”, Harriman, Vaughn, etc.).

ANYWAY!

Go read “Serpents”. I will be reading the Harriman comic for sure.

ryanhuyton

I’d like to see a Captain Garrett issue. We don’t know much about the Enterprise-C apart from its legendary battle at Narendra III. Or a Captain Riker issue. I think a “Titan” series would do well.

CarlG

@4: I haven’t read the Lost Era book either, but I did just start reading “The Captain’s Daughter” by Peter David, which touches on the same time period, and Harriman is a major character. He’s… a seriously messed-up dude. Lots of fun to read about, though. I highly recommend it.

CarlG

@5: I second the Captain Garrett issue idea!

ryanhuyton

I’d also like to see a “Captain’s Log” issue with Captain Picard commanding the Stargazer.

joe

Picard-Stargazer and a Capt Garrett are both great ideas. Jeez, they could totally get away with like 10 stand-alones.

That colorist nailed it!

AnotherQ

Re: #9 –
I agree a hundred percent. Love to see a
Rachel Garrett novel (if they haven’t already
made one that i missed).

Doug Skywalker

what about a comic series based around Peter Kirk? we never really got much about him outside TOS “Operation: Annihilate”, and a few novels here and there.