IDW has just released their August solicitations with synopses and covers for all their titles. There will be two Star Trek comics for the month: the 11th entry in the ongoing Kelvin-universe series Star Trek: Boldly Go, and a new entry in John Byrne’s original Star Trek New Visions photo manipulation series. IDW tell us that the Star Trek: The Next Generation – Mirror Broken series (which began this month) will be taking a break in August so expect #4 to arrive in September.
New Star Trek Comics For August
Star Trek: Boldly Go #11 (32 pages • $3.99)
written by Mike Johnson with art by Tony Shasteen
The feathered and fearless space pirate EURYDICE returns to tempt Captain Kirk and the crew of the Endeavour with a daring plan to uncover secrets that could change the fate of the galaxy! Don’t miss the latest chapter of the hit series set after the events of STAR TREK BEYOND!
NOTE: There is also going to be a fourth cover for Star Trek: Boldly Go #11 by Tony Shasteen.
Star Trek: New Visions: All the Ages Frozen (48 pages • $7.99)
written and photo-manipulation by John Byrne
On a world locked deep into an ice age, Kirk and the crew investigate the disappearance of a team of Federation scientists, and discover a long-lost civilization whose only survivor is intent on saving them… even if it kills them!
Catch up and see what’s next for Star Trek comics
Here are some links from our recent Star Trek comics coverage to get you all caught up:
Reviews of May Star Trek Comics:
Review/Preview of Star Trek: The Next Generation Mirror Broken Free Comic Book Day Issue
Review/Preview of Star Trek: The Next Generation Mirror Broken #1
Review/Preview of Star Trek/Green Lantern: Stranger Worlds #6
Previews of upcoming titles:
First look at June Star Trek Comics
First look at July Star Trek Comics
Interview with Scott and David Tipton on Mirror Broken series and more
Keep up with all the Star Trek comics news, previews and reviews in TrekMovie’s Comics Category.
looking forward to all the titles , the only one i am concern with is not a comic ,its the new show discovery
Then this comment belongs on a Discovery thread, not a comic thread, until the Discovery comics come out.
There’s something about the Enterprise that gets me excited. Nice looking rendering of the ship on the cover.