First Look at November Star Trek Comics From IDW

IDW has just released their November 2018 solicitations with synopses and covers for all their titles. There will be three new Trek titles for the month. This includes the fifth entry in Star Trek: The Next Generation mini-series Terra Incognita which is set during the fourth season of TNG and picks up after the events of the Through the Mirror series. October also brings the third issue of Star Trek vs. Transformers crossover series.  November also brings a special new issue of Star Trek: Waypoint, which was announced earlier this month at STLV.

November 2018 Star Trek comics

Star Trek vs. Transformers #3  (32 pages • $3.99)

Written by John Barber and Mike Johnson, art by Philip Murphy

Klingons and Decepticons lay siege to a remote Federation dilithium mine—and the only thing holding them back is the shaky alliance of Captain Kirk and Optimus Prime. But what dark secret is buried beneath the ground… and can this uneasy partnership withstand the revelations?

Cover B by Gavin Fullerton

Variant cover by Megan Levens

NOTE: Cover A by Philip Murphy not available at this time

Star Trek: The Next Generation: Terra Incognita #5 (32 pages • $3.99)

Written by Scott Tipton & David Tipton, art by Angel Hernandez

On the heels of the blockbuster THROUGH THE MIRROR miniseries comes a brand-new NEXT GENERATION series, featuring untold tales of Captain Jean-Luc Picard and the crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise-D! Interstellar odd couple Worf and Beverly Crusher undertake a difficult mission, but can they overcome their differences to work together?

Cover A byTony Shasteen

Variant cover by J.K. Woodward

NOTE: There will also be a photo cover and a variant cover by Elizabeth Beals.

Star Trek: Waypoint Special #1 (48 pages • $7.99)

Written by Dave Baker & Nicole Goux, Brandon Easton, Jackson Lanzig & Collin Kelly, and Matthew Dow Smith, art by Nicole Goux, Josh Hood, Sonny Liew, and Matthew Dow Smith

The anthology series spanning 50 years of Star Trek returns in this oversized annual! These weird and wonderful stories—set during the Original Series, The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, and more—expand on rarely explored corners of the universe or provide closure for long-forgotten plot threads. But they all remind us of why we love Trek. This volume features your favorite characters, including Data, Q, and Ezri Dax, handled by the top creators of today and the future!

Cover by Josh Hood

Previews of other upcoming titles:

September Star Trek Comics

October Star Trek Comics

Keep up with all the Star Trek comics news, previews and reviews in TrekMovie’s Comics Category.

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Phillip Thorne

The “Star Trek vs. Transformers” variant cover (Megan Levens) looks odd, IMHO — the contrast between the high-detail, high-shading cartoon style for Windblade and Arcee, versus the low-detail Filmation-look for Uhura, M’Ress and Chapel. The Cover B (Gavin Fullerton) applies a consistent line and shading style.

Caveats: Windblade has never been rendered in hand-drawn animation, just the comics (by multiple artists) and in 3DCG (“Robots in Disguise” 2015, the Machinima trilogy, and the upcoming “Cyberverse”); and Filmation’s coloring on TAS was flat, but these images apply one shading contour to the women.

skyjedi

Will IDW ever make more Kelvin comics, set after beyond. Boldly go had a terrible ending and was canceled too soon.