Preview This Week’s Two Big Crossover Comics: ‘Star Trek Vs Transformers’ #5 & ‘Star Trek: Q Conflict’ #2

Tomorrow IDW will release two brand new Star Trek comics. The fifth and final issue of the Star Trek: The Animated Series crossover with the Transformers cartoon, and the second issue of another crossover comic that brings together captains from four Star Trek series.

Preview: Star Trek vs Transformers #5 (of 5)



The stunning conclusion! As the Klingon-Decepticon alliance prepares to wipe out their enemies once and for all, Kirk and the Autobots make one last desperate bid to merge Cybertronian technology with Starfleet ingenuity. It’s a final conflict you won’t want to miss! The Transformers ’80s cartoon series meets Star Trek: The Animated Series in a no-holds-barred Saturday morning mash-up for the ages! Demand was so high, we’re doing another issue!

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Preview: Star Trek Q Conflict #2 (of 6)



It’s Captain vs. Captain vs. Captain vs. Captain in the most high-stakes scavenger hunt the galaxy has ever seen as Picard, Kirk, Janeway, Sisko and their teams compete for the amusement of their godlike tormentors. The biggest Star Trek crossover event ever continues here! The crew of The Original Series, The Next Generation, Voyager, and Deep Space Nine meet for the first time! Written by fan-favorite Star Trek scribes Scott & David Tipton! Each issue has two interconnected covers by David Messina in his return to Star Trek!

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Available on Wednesday

Both Star Trek vs Transformers #5 and Star Trek Q Conflict #2 will be released tomorrow, February 27th. You can pre-order both at Thing from Another World. The trade paperback collection for Star Trek vs Transformers will be released in May and can be pre-ordered on Amazon.

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More crossovers. The sooner IDW loses this license and it gets back to DC or Marvel, the better.

I don’t see how that would make a significant difference. Marvel had both TOS and TNG crossover with the X-Men. And IDW and DC have more recently done crossovers involving Star Trek (Green Lantern in two different series and Legion of Superheroes).

DC is going out of business slowly and cutting back their number of books per month. They won’t be licensing Trek any time soon. I always found the old Marvel comics serviceable, but nothing special. Honestly, IDW has done some good stuff, though I agree the crossovers are tiresome to a degree. Would like to get back to a straight Trek format for the comics (same with TV, even if Discovery is fine by me, it’s not really great Trek).

It’s a shame how Trelane has been linked to the Q over the years. He’s nothing more than an energy cloud kid that can take human form playing with a holodeck.