First Look At June Star Trek Comics: Mirror Riker And Picard Fight, A Visit To New Vulcan And More

Mirror Picard faces off with Mirror Riker in “Mirror Broken”, Spock and Uhura make a discovery on New Vulcan as “Star Trek Boldly Go” continues, and John Byrne kicks Kirk out of time in “New Visions.”


IDW announced their June 2017 comics solicitations this morning and they include three new Star Trek titles. First up is the second issue of Star Trek: The Next Generation “Mirror Broken,” a storyline set in the Mirror Universe that was never explored in TNG. The “Star Trek Boldly Go” series, which is set after the events of Star Trek Beyond, begins a new storyline in its ninth issue. Also, John Byrne has another entry in his original Star Trek “New Visions” series of photo manipulation comics.

Star Trek: TNG: Mirror Broken #2 (of 6) – 32  pages • $3.99
Scott Tipton & David Tipton (Writers) • J.K. Woodward (Artwork and Colors)

In the sinister Mirror Universe, Captain Jean-Luc Picard is determined to get his hands on the Terran Empire’s new secret weapon, the Galaxy-class warship known as Enterprise, by any means necessary. Unfortunately, one obstacle stands in his way—and his name is William T. Riker!

Star Trek: TNG: Mirror Broken #2 Cover

Star Trek: TNG: Mirror Broken #2 Variant Cover

Star Trek: Boldly Go #9  – 32 pages • $3.99
Mike Johnson (Writer) • Tony Shasteen (Artwork) • George Caltsoudas (Colors)

Welcome to New Vulcan! Uhura and Spock adjust to life in the growing colony…and discover an ancient secret that could change the destiny of Vulcans forever!

Star Trek Boldly Go #9 Cover

Star Trek Boldly Go #9 Retail Incentive Variant Cover

Star Trek Boldly Go #9 Photo Variant Cover

Star Trek: New Visions: Time Out of Joint— 48 pages • $7.99
John Byrne (Writer & Photo-manipulation)

Captain Kirk is torn from his timeline. Every corner he turns, every door he opens, throws him into a different day, a different year—and a different danger.

Star Trek: New Visions: Time Out of Joint Cover

As these issues are just announced, they are not yet available for pre-order. But keep looking at and they should be available to pre-order soon.

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I’m guilty of not paying any attention to the Trek comics…the notion of a TNG mirror universe could be interesting. So could Spock and Uhura on New Vulcan

No happy birthday to William Shatner today???

the vulcans ladies don’t look too happy LOL Beautiful cover, the fact that Uhura’s ears are covered is a nice subtle touch. It would be nice to know more about new vulcan and if this planet used to be inhabited at a time before the vulcans made it their new home.

The “New Visions” comics are awesome! John Byrne has captured the spirit of the original series, splicing shots together…it’s a truly fun read

I don’t understand how this can exist in the TNG parallel universe? I thought the Terrans were all slaves to the Klingon-Cardassian union… of whatever it was called??

Gads you’re stupid, how many times have I said that the Bermanverse is the parallel time line(s) or have you forgotten the TNG episode “Parallels” .

Gads you’re stupid, how many times have I said that the Bermanverse is the parallel time line(s) or have you forgotten the TNG episode “Parallels” .

Mari Cobb and Richard,

OK, which one of you said it first and in which universe? And since neither of you have posted in this chain before, are you aware that using multiple parallel identities in a single chain is an offense?

My dear Disinvited,

It has become necessary, unfortunately, to have to resort to this.
Having to post using Tor, on this one board, whereas I’m free to use my
main moniker elsewhere because of my criticisms of the article writers here at Trekmovie, there seems to be some censorship going on, for when I do, a dialogue box appears, stating “comment awaiting moderation” and when I post under the main, it hasn’t appeared since February of last year.
So this was a test, Mari Cobb, received the dialogue box, however, Richard [and I never use my real name online except for business contacts] posted straight to the board, I never thought Mari Cobb would show up because it was a pun name based on Firefly the series, and Jayne’s cousin.
I’ll give you a hint to as my main alter ego, he some times wears a brown coat and works alone on a starship modified for one-person use.
Again, this is another test, and I’ll be surprised if it even shows up, yet saving it to notepad.

So my apologies to you.


Thank you for explaining.

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Cana| or clas$ would put this reply immediately into bot moderation without letter substitution and you wouldn’t be able to see it until one of this site’s official humans examined it and approved it for posting.

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Shouldn’t Mirror Riker be beardless?? That’s just simple logic!!

It’s the first time we’ve seen the TNG Mirror Universe.
So he’ll have a beard for the first few issues, then shave it off.