IDW has just released their February 2021 solicitations with details and covers for all their titles. There will be two new Trek titles for the month, including the final entry in the new Seven-focused Star Trek: Voyager mini-series that debuted this week. There is also a classic reprint annual, written by John de Lancie.
February 2021 Star Trek comics
Star Trek: Voyager: Seven’s Reckoning #4 (of 4)
(32 pages • $3.99)
Written by Dave Baker, art by Angel Hernandez.
The battle may be over, but the worst is yet to come. Torn between her growing attachment to an alien race and her new commitment to the Prime Directive, Seven of Nine must choose between altering the course of an entire society and her place aboard Voyager in the conclusion to this story set during Voyager’s amazing fourth season from writer Dave Baker (Action Hospital, F*ck Off Squad, Star Trek: Waypoint) and artist Angel Hernandez (Star Trek: Picard Countdown, Star Trek/Green Lantern).
Three covers: A cover by Angel Hernandez, a retail incentive photo cover (no preview available), and a variant cover by Jeffery Veregge.
Star Trek: Year Five #20
(32 pages • $3.99)
Written by Brandon Easton, art by Silvia Califano
As the crew of the Enterprise moves toward an uncertain future, one of their own will be pulled into a violent past! While investigating a mysterious structure on Vulcan, Spock vanishes. As the crew tries to find him, Spock must fight to survive as he navigates the painful past of his home planet. The final voyages of the original crew continue in this time-hoping adventure from writer Brandon Easton (Transformers: War for Cybertron, Thundercats) and artist Silvia Califano (Star Trek: Year Five, X-Files: Case Files)
Two covers: A cover by Stephen Thompson, and a retail incentive variant by J.J. Lendl.
Star Trek: The Next Generation—The Gift Annual [REPRINT]
(64 pages • $5.99)
Written by John de Lancie, art by Gordon Purcell
An all-new reprint of the classic TNG story! Q gives Jean-Luc Picard the chance to go back in time to fix one of his biggest mistakes, but the consequences of his actions will create a ripple effect that will threaten the entire Federation! Written by Q himself – actor John de Lancie – with art by Gordon Purcell and a newly painted cover by J.K. Woodward.
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That Year Five cover is gorgeous
Indeed it is. Enough to make me start reading funny books again. Kudos!
It’s worth noting that the J.K Woodward cover is both a painted version and homage to the original Annual cover by renowned Trek comic cover artist Jerome K. Moore.