First Look At June 2020 Star Trek Comics From IDW

IDW has just released their June 2020 solicitations with synopses and covers for all their titles. There will be two new Trek titles for the month, plus a DC classic re-release. This new titles are the 3rd and final entry in the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine – Too Long a Sacrifice series and the 15th issue of the Star Trek: Year Five series.

New June 2020 Star Trek comics

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine—Too Long a Sacrifice #3 (32 pages • $3.99)

Written by David Tipton & Scott Tipton, art by Greg Scott .

As Odo forges a fragile working relationship with the past-his-prime investigator the Federation sent to help, new suspects emerge amidst a rising body count. But just when the team thinks they’re getting close to the culprit, a shocking discovery changes everything!

Three covers: A by Ricardo Drummond (no preview available), and a retail incentive photo cover (no preview available) and a variant cover by J.K. Woodward.

Retailer incentive variant cover by J.K. Woodward

Star Trek: Year Five #15 (32 pages • $3.99)

Written by Jody Houser (Stranger Things, Harley Quinn & Poison Ivy), art by Silvia Califano (The X-Files: Case Files).

With the Klingon threat behind them, the crew of the Enterprise begins their victory tour of the original planets of the Federation. But they’ll soon discover that for all of the danger they faced on the five-year mission, the biggest threat of all may be something closer to home.

Two covers: A by Stephen Thompson (no preview available), and retail incentive variant by J.J. Lendl.

Retailer incentive variant cover by J.J. Lendl

June 2020 Star Trek re-release

Star Trek: Debt of Honor (96 pages • 8-1/2” x 11” • $9.99)

Written by Chris Claremont, art by Adam Hughes.

Don’t miss the classic Star Trek tale by comic legends Chris Claremont and Adam Hughes, represented in an oversized magazine format.

In this stunning adventure, Captain Kirk and the crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise find themselves teamed up with the Klingons and Romulans to fight a galactic threat that no government dares admit exists.

Cover by Adam Hughes

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Debt of Honor was one of the best TOS comics connecting TOS, TMP and post IV eras (along with the Mirror Saga and Peter David’s #1-12 arc with RJ Blaise, Sweetney, Kirk hunted by Klingons and his trial). That Kirk was implied to have a Romulan daughter opened the door for a true movie era continuation too. Was a cool alien style threat that linked to major galactic events and brought together the Romulans and Klingons. I’ll def pick that up again (wonder if I can find my old copy).

It’s a good deal too. The price point is considerably cheaper than the original hardcover from DC was 30(ish?) years ago; before inflation.

Still have my copy of “Debt of Honor”. One of the great classic Trek comics. Totally agree with you on Mirror Saga as well!

Year Five #7? I have issues #1-10 already, so that can’t be right.

RE: Vote Mudd. Satirical political *was* comment here. Thought better of it because I don’t that kind of aggrivation in my day from all the right-wing nut jobs freaking out.

Wait, these are coming out in June? What happened to the other issues of Too Long a Sacrifice, which haven’t come out yet? How about Year Five 11-14?