We have a couple of new Star Trek items for your perusal hitting your local comics shop today. We also have previews of the latest comic book and the new issue of the official Star Trek magazine.
IDW’s Kelvin Universe scribe discusses why he decided to open Boldly Go with the Borg, what’s next for Kirk and company (including a “Murder at Babel”), Star Trek/Green Lantern volume two and even (a little) Star Trek: Discovery.
The plot thickens as Khan and all his compatriots have awoken, while Hal Jordan and Sinestro continue their individual searches for Oa, and hopefully, a central power battery for their rings.
The illustrator worked on Star Trek: Waypoint #3 and is filling in for Tony Shasteen on two-issue story of Star Trek: Boldly Go.
Jaylah takes center stage as Mike Johnson reveals her background, how she came to be on Altamid, and what exactly went down between her father and Manas.
The Enterprise is summoned to Starbase 11 for a prisoner transfer — to pick up Captain Kirk’s brother, George Samuel Kirk, who has admitted his guilt for murder.
John Byrne once again displays his love of Star Trek with his latest “lost episode,” which deals with a society of people that hides their faces.
The fun continues as the Enterprise and its new crew member Hal Jordan fight Sinestro and his Klingons. Meanwhile, all the stranded Lanterns in the Kelvin Universe need to find a new power source, before their rings fail forever.
The latest issue of IDW’s Star Trek anthology is the first to feature Voyager and Deep Space Nine. Naomi Wildman takes center stage in an enjoyable romp, while a Kira-focused tale presents a more personal story.
Boldly going where no other Star Trek comic has gone before, Mike Johnson and Tony Shasteen have demonstrated they will push the boundaries of storytelling and established notions with this new series. Star Trek: Boldly Go #4 shows us how the Kelvin Universe crew deal with the Borg… and how the Borg deal with them.
Relevancy has never concerned the Borg. In Star Trek: Boldly Go #3, the relentless foe explains resistance, ignorance, empire, wrath and luck are all irrelevant when it comes to their mission. Mike Johnson and Tony Shasteen resume the series’ opening arc, as the Kelvin Universe crew attempts to rescue its comrades and stop the Borg.
It’s a great debut for the latest crossover between the crew of the Enterprise and the Green Lantern Corps.
Warning – this interview contains irreverence, innuendo about embarrassing truck stop photos, stream of consciousness and nostalgia. Kevin Dilmore and Dayton Ward’s writing partnership has formed into an epic Star Trek bromance. The two sat down with TrekMovie to discuss their latest offbeat project – Star Trek: Waypoint #2, how they wound up stuck working with one another, and more.
Assembling the single greatest collection of writers and artist in the cosmos, IDW Group Editor Sarah Gaydos had her pick when it came time to finding talent to contribute to her Star Trek: Waypoint anthology. After the first issue split time between The Next Generation and The Original Series, issue two focuses solely on TOS, but not in a way readers might expect.
Mike Johnson and Tony Shasteen’s new Kelvin Timeline series introduces the Borg. With his crew separated awaiting the construction of the Enterprise-A, Kirk must depend on a new group of officers to solve the mystery of what destroyed the USS Concord. Resistance is of course, futile.
TrekMovie spoke to Sarah Gaydos, the driving force behind the recently launched anthology series, Star Trek: Waypoint.
Mike Johnson and Tony Shasteen elevate their Final Frontier narrative with Star Trek: Boldly Go #1. The comic takes place during the final few minutes of Star Trek: Beyond, and as the creative duo demonstrate, a lot happened in that short amount of screen time.
IDW’s bold Star Trek anthology series Waypoint debuts with Original Series and Next Generation tales.
John Byrne’s latest photocomic has the Enterprise face an unknown force.
The third part in a series on IDW’s Final Frontier adventures in the Kelvin Timeline.
Cause and effect is a concept as old as time, and the title of a terrific TNG episode to boot. Seven years ago, when Spock Prime attempted to save the galaxy using red matter, the resulting outcome forged the birth of the Kelvin Timeline, which produced three feature films in the new universe and launched new comic book adventures. Part I of TrekMovie’s examination of the Kelvin Timeline comic books focuses on the resulting IDW mini-series that the 2009 film spawned as well as the Official Motion Picture Adaptation.
Mike Johnson culminates 60 issues of the Kelvin Timeline with a terrific valentine moment only comics can supply.
Release includes introduction by writer Mike Johnson and 50 covers for 50 years of Star Trek.
IDW’s latest Star Trek collection proves Gene Roddenberry’s vision for tomorrow is alive and well in the Kelvin Timeline. The graphic novel that collects the 5-issue Starfleet Academy series (which finished its run earlier in the spring) is out this week.
DC and IDW Comics’ crossover of two properties is a match made in a hopeful heaven.
Celebrating the 50th anniversary of Star Trek, IDW Comics will be relaunching their Star Trek comics in October. The new series will continue to chronicle adventures of the Kelvin Timeline Enterprise post-Star Trek Beyond.
Promising readers an extra-length tale that reinterprets and adapts the original Star Trek pilot, “The Cage”, what readers are truly left with is an oversized fotonovel like the original Bantam Books from the late 1970’s. The only new part of this adaptation is the fact that “The Cage” had never been published as a fotonovel previously. Now it has.
Both crews of the prime and Kelvin timeline Enterprises encounter the same irregularity in space.
Now’s your chance to pick up an amazing collection of Trek comics and also help a good cause.
Mirror, mirror on the wall, which Mirror Universe character is the most evil of them all? While IDW’s latest collection of its ongoing Star Trek series might not answer that exact question, readers will definitely be in store for some fun as Star Trek Trade Paperback Volume 12 sees the new timeline crew and ship enter the Mirror universe.