First Look At December Star Trek Comics From IDW

IDW has just released their December solicitations with synopses and covers for all their titles. The last month of the year will see the the 15th entry in the ongoing Kelvin-universe series Star Trek: Boldly Go. This will be the third issue in the “I.D.I.C.” mini-series exploring the multiverse, this time with robot! The artwork will be done by Marvel’s Tana Ford (Silk). Also due in December will be the third issue of the new Star Trek: Discovery series co-written by Mike Johnson and Discovery staff writer Kirsten Beyer [see STLV preview of the series]. And there will be another wild John Byrne New Visions photo manipulation comic.

New Star Trek Comics For December

Star Trek: Boldly Go #15  (32 pages • $3.99)
written by Mike Johnson with art by Tana Ford

“I.D.I.C.” Part 3 of 6! The 6-part epic adventure “I.D.I.C.” continues, as the mastermind behind the colliding realities is revealed! Can the multiple Kirks and their crews unite in time to save all of their universes?

Cover by Tony Shasteen

Photo cover

UPDATE: Artists Edition cover by Angel Hernandez

NOTE: There will also be a variant cover by Yoshi Yoshitani.

Star Trek: Discovery #3  (32 pages • $3.99)
written by Mike Johnson and Kirsten Beyer with art by Tony Shasteen

The official comics tie-in to the blockbuster new Star Trek television show continues here! Secrets of the new characters are revealed as Star Trek embarks on a bold new journey!

Star Trek: Discovery #3 will come with four different covers (none of which are available to show at this time):

  • Cover A by Tony Shasteen
  • Cover B photo cover
  • Ships of the line cover by Declan Shalvey and Jordie Bellaire
  • Variant cover by George Caltsoudas

Previews of other upcoming titles:

September Star Trek Comics

October Star Trek Comics

November Star Trek Comics

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Star Trek goes Daft Punk! :-D

I dream of the moment when this version of Star Trek will be definitively abolished.

Why? If you don’t like it, ignore it. Let others enjoy it who do instead of wanting it abolished.

This is why we can’t have pretty things.

Does John Byrne still draw projects, or has he become primarily a writer?