Sulu’s back, and he’s in charge of the USS Excelsior, complete with Lieutenant Rand at his side on communications. On his plate today? Only the matter of a minor rescue from a supernova, a Tholian schedule, and a fencing partner to defeat. In other words, just a day in the life of the starship captain named Hikaru Sulu. Read on for the review of the first issue of IDW’s newest Star Trek comic series, "Captain’s Log."
Next week IDW kicks off "Star Trek: Captain’s Log", a new periodic series of comics with each issue focusing on a different (but lesser-seen) Trek captain. The first issue is devoted to Captain Sulu of the USS Excelsior and we have an exclusive five page preview below.
While much of the buzz in 2009 was about the new Star Trek movie, the world of Star Trek continued in earnest on the printed page in novels and comics and non-fiction books. Today we continue our year end look back with our selections of the best in Star Trek books and comics for 2009.
The ghost story heats up as tempers flare, Picard looks for answers, and Worf gets himself in trouble. IDW Publishing releases the second issue of Star Trek: The Next Generation – Ghosts, just in time for some holiday reading. Spoilers after the break.
On Wednesday IDW finishes up 2009 with one more Star Trek comic (see preview), but has much more planned in 2010. Today IDW released their solicitations for comics for March 2010, which includes three Star Trek comic issues, continuing their ongoing TNG, DS9 and ST09 series. We have synopses and cover art below.
Next week IDW continues their return to the 24th century and the Enterprise D with Issue #2 of "Star Trek The Next Generation: Ghosts," written by Zander Cannon. TrekMovie has the exclusive five-page preview below. Plus, Star Trek comics have come to the Sony PSP.
After a long hiatus, the promenade is full of people again and Quark’s bar is open, offering watered-down drinks for exorbitant prices, beautiful Dabo girls, and lively conversation with Morn. Feels good, doesn’t it? IDW Publishing brings DS9 back to comics this week with the first issue of a new mini-series, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine – Fool’s Gold. Spoilers ahead.
There hasn’t been a Deep Space Nine series comics for over nine years, but this week IDW changes all that with the first issue of "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Fool’s Gold". And today TrekMovie has an exclusive five page preview.
The Dominion War is over. Peace has returned. Cardassia is ruined. Their object of revenge is in custody. Oh, and Kira got a new haircut. This week IDW wrapped up their second volume "Alien Spotlight" with an issue all about Cardassians, and their first forray into Deep Space Nine. Find out how it turned out below.
Star Trek The Motion Picture Anniversary week continues today with a look at the adaptations of the film. First TrekMovie’s Comics co-editor (and creator of Star Trek Comics Checklist) Mark Martinez gives us a special “TrekInk” historical overview and review of Marvels comic book adaptation (and coming up later we will take a look at the novel).
This week IDW finally finishes up its second volume of Alien Spotlight with the fifth and final issue which also happens to be their fiirst forray into the world of Deep Space Nine. Today we have an exclusive 5-page preview of "Alien Spotlight: Cardassians", check it out below.
This week there were no new issues of Star Trek comics, but IDW has recently released two trade paperback collections of comic series from earlier in the year. Today we take a look these two series collections, "Mission’s End" and "Crew", each of which takes a look at a different end of the Original Series era.
IDW wraps up another month of Trek comic’s tomorrow (see our review from earlier), but the hits keep on coming. Today they have announced their solicitations for comics in February, and it includes a number of Star Trek titles, including the first issue of the Star Trek movie adaptation. See below for more details, plus cover images
Nero’s twenty-five year wait for Spock to arrive in the past is over. The fourth and final issue of “Star Trek: Nero” offers readers a wrenching conclusion and a painful setup for the events of Star Trek (2009). Find out how it all turns out in our early review of the issue, due out Wednesday.
Earlier in the week TrekMovie reported that IDW has released a new Star Trek application for iPhone and iTouch that allows you to buy and read Star Trek comics. After playing around with it, today we have a review.
After watching the Star Trek movie, many fans wondered "what was Nero doing for 25 years". The IDW "Star Trek Nero" series has been answering that question and next week the fourth and final issue finishes the story. And today TrekMovie has an exclusive preview.
This week iTunes has some new Star Trek items. First off, the new Star Trek movie is available to download (in HD) and it even has a special bonus feature. Also IDW Comics has released a new Star Trek Comics application that lets you buy and read digital comics on your iPhone or iTouch .
Sitting around a conference table with angry aliens talking diplomatic smack? Yes, Picard and the Next Generation crew are back on the job in the first installment of a five-issue mini-series from IDW Publishing due out Wednesday. TrekMovie has an early review.
Next week IDW returns to Star Trek: The Next Generation with their first issue of "Star Trek The Next Generation: Ghosts," written by Zander Cannon. To get you started, check out our exclusive five-page preview below.
Back on Romulus, the Praetor’s headed to the border, the question is… what kind of mess between the Klingons and Humans will he find? Will he let his desire for revenge get the better of himself? How can he be stopped with the new cloaking devices? Find out in our review of Star Trek: Romulans: Schism #3, the final chapter in John Byrne’s Romulan saga, which was released last week.
The Steward of missing days. Who is he? What is he doing? Why is he doing it? And what happened on those days that are… missing? Today, TrekInk takes a diversion to check out Roddenberry Productions recently launched a new sci-fi comic series "Days Missing".
Next week IDW will release the third and final issue of "Star Trek: Romulans Schism" series, which brings to an end John Byrne’s ‘Romulan Saga’ of comics. We have the exclusive preview of that, plus a look at the newly announced IDW Star Trek comics coming in January.
The third issue of Star Trek: Nero hits the streets this week and the visceral art featured in previous issues takes a back seat to storytelling with a blast from Trek past. If you’re bothered by spoilers, go directly to your local comic shop, do not pass go, do not collect 200 credits.
This week IDW continues the untold story of the Star Trek movie, with the third (and penultimate) issue of “Star Trek: Nero.” The series has been telling the story about what the wiley Romulan was up during those 25 lost years. Get a peek at issue three below, including a surprising encounter.
The fourth and concluding issue of Star Trek: Spock – Reflections arrived in comic shops this past week. We learn Spock’s purpose for returning to Earth and receive one more lesson from his past, about Vulcans, humans, loyalty and logic. Find out how it all works out in our review below.
Next Wednesday (October 14th) IDW wraps up their four issue look back into our favorite Vulcan’s past with "Star Trek: Spock Reflections" #4. TrekMovie has the exclusive five-page preview, check it out below.
The third issue of Star Trek: Spock – Reflections arrives in comic shops today, Wednesday September 23rd. Scott Tipton and his brother David reveal Spock’s destination, more of his memories, and pause for reflection. Meanwhile, artists David Messina, Elena Casagrande, and Federica Manfredi treat us with their vision of original series characters. Find out more in our review below
Later this week week IDW continues to delve into Spock’s past with their third issue of "Star Trek: Spock Reflections," which is kind of a prequel to "Star Trek Countdown." We have a five-page preview to get you started, below.
The recent marriage of the Romulan Praetor is causing Kor and Koloth some headaches, but it is nothing compared to the end result of the Enterprise Incident! Politics play to the forefront as the schisms begin. With the release of "Star Trek: Romulans: Schism" #1, John Byrne kicks off the final chapter in his Romulan saga. See below for our review, plus some new details on a new TNG comic series
Over the last couple of years comic legend John Byrne has been adding more depth the the Romulans through his Alien Spotlight: Romulans and and Romulans: The Hollow crown series. And next week IDW kicks off the final series of Byrne’s cycle with "Star Trek: Romulans: Schism." And today we have a first look at the first issue.