See Data Transformed Into Frankenstein’s Monster In Preview Of ‘Star Trek: Holo-Ween’ #2

This week IDW continues to celebrate Halloween with the second issue of Star Trek: Holo-Ween, the 4-issue mini-series being released each Wednesday in October. Star Trek: Holo-Ween has IDW “bringing horror to the holodeck” in a series set in the Star Trek: The Next Generation era. The series is written by Chris Sequeira (Justice League Adventures and Sherlock Holmes: Dark Detective) with Eisner-nominated artist Joe Eisma (Morning Glories and Engineward). The first issue came out on October 4 and this second issue arrives on October 11. We have the covers and a 5-page early preview of issue 2.

Star Trek: Holo-Ween #2


The exciting weekly Star Trek horror event continues through all of October! Redjac-posing as Jack the Ripper-has infiltrated the Enterprise-D and taken control of the holodeck, luring unsuspecting victims and feeding on their fear. Not to mention Redjac has turned Data into a monstrous incarnation of Frankenstein. With more and more crewmates falling victim, Captain Picard and his crew decide to fight fear with fear and turn themselves into classic Terran monsters to confront Redjac.


Cover A by Francesco Francavilla (also available in B&W variant)

Cover B by J.K. Woodward



Five-page preview: 

Star Trek: Holo-Ween #2 arrives on Wednesday

The second Star Trek: Holo-Ween issue arrives on Wednesday, October 11. The next two issues will be released weekly in October. You can order Holo-Ween #2 and upcoming comics at TFAW. Or pick up individual digital editions at Amazon/comiXology.

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

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lol “monsters are immune to the fear created by another monster” – that’s awful in a great but terrible way

I love that it’s Redjac – this is silly stupid fun