See The Enterprise Fight For Survival In Preview Of ‘Star Trek: Strange New Worlds: The Scorpius Run’ #5

On Wednesday IDW wraps up its latest mini-series tied into the Paramount+ series Star Trek: Strange New Worlds. The 5-issue Scorpius Run comic is written by Mike Johnson (who co-wrote Strange New WorldsThe Illyrian Enigma) along with Ryan Parrot. The art is being done by Angel Hernandez. The series includes multiple covers with Hernandez doing the A covers. We have a 5-page preview of issue #5.

Strange New Worlds: The Scorpius Run #5

Synopsis:

Captain Pike’s worst nightmare has come to fruition. Under immense gravitational waves on the racecourse, the Enterprise’s shields have collapsed, her hull integrity is failing, and the ship is being torn apart, piece by piece. All the while, Spock is aboard an alien vessel of foreign tech, among a crew desperate to push on and win Zephyx’s race. He just may be the Enterprise crew’s only hope for survival, but can he persuade the others to defy Zephyx when their home planet is on the line, and can he do so in time?

Covers:

Cover A by Angel Hernandez

Cover A by Sean Von Gorman

Cover C by Suspiria Vilchez

RI cover by Megan Levens

Setup/credits:

5-page preview:

Scorpius Run continues on Tuesday and wraps up in January

Strange New Worlds: The Scorpius Run #5 arrives on Wednesday, January 10. You can order issue 5 and upcoming issues at TFAW or pick up individual digital editions at Amazon/comiXology.

Strange New Worlds comics ollections

IDW’s first Strange New Worlds tie-in was The Illyrian Enigma, set before the events of season 2. It is available at Amazon for $17.49 in paperback or $7.22 for Kindle ebook. The collection of Scorpius Run will be released in June. You can pre-order now on Amazon.


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

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I honestly can say that I have never seen anything like this before…

Watch Star Trek Beyond. Justin Lin rips the ship apart bit by bit.

The ship gets ripped into bits and is presumably back to normal by the next episode? They must have thought they were writing for Voyager. :D