First Look At June 2022 Star Trek Comics From IDW

IDW has released their June 2022 solicitations with synopses and covers for all their titles. There will be two new Trek titles for the month, including issues from the Adventures in the 32nd Century and Mirror War series.

New June 2022 Star Trek comics

Star Trek: Discovery—Adventures in the 32nd Century #4 (of 4)

Written by Mike Johnson; art by Angel Hernandez

The exclusive comics tie-in to the hit show concludes here. It’s finally time for Linus to shine! Discovery’s enigmatic science officer proves to be much more than just the average Saurian in this original tale of the far future.

There will be two covers: A cover by Angel Hernandez, and a retail incentive cover variant cover by Aaron Harvey.

A cover by Angel Hernandez

RI cover by Aaron Harvey

Star Trek: The Mirror War—Sisko
(32 pages • $3.99)

Written by Danny Lore, art by Hendry Prasetya.

The spotlight turns to Benjamin Sisko in this one-shot set in the Mirror Universe of The Next Generation. Expand upon the world of The Mirror War!

When Benjamin Sisko is tasked with taking out Intendant Kira Nerys’ political rival at a very public party, things quickly escalate from tense to dangerous when another figure from Sisko’s past makes a dark appearance…

There will be three covers: A cover by Hendry Prasetya, B cover by Ejiwa Ebenebe, and a retail incentive cover variant cover by Tom Ralston.

A cover by Hendry Prasetya

B cover by Ejiwa Ebenebe

RI cover by Tom Ralston


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Hasn’t the Mirror Universe has been thoroughly exhausted?

Of course, I’m sure that within a year we’ll be seeing multiple comics and novels set in the Confederation Timeline. Ugh.

(Don’t get me wrong — I quite enjoyed “Penance” — but there’s only so much time I want to spend with evil or “dark” versions of beloved characters.)

Definitely. IDW has milked this one too much.

Hasn’t _____ been thoroughly exhausted?

Comics in a nutshell.

At least there hasn’t been any rumors of an MU TV show (though I guarantee you someone has suggested that to Kurtzman, et al.)! With that being said, the MU comics have been fun, if not extremely corny – which is par for the course with MU stories. The character designs have also been a lot of fun, especially the thoroughly ripped Jean Luck Picard.

Sooner read the Linus story. At least it would probably be upbeat. Wish Discovery was episodic then they could do a Linus episode. Maybe say what the Saurians planet is like.

Linus is looking at the Tyrannosaur skeleton like “Hey, I have one of these as a pet at home!”