June 13 2024


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December Star Trek Comic Previews

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Three IDW Publishing Star Trek comics will be released tomorrow, but fans can have a peek at the issues today.

The comics include: Star Trek: The Next Generation/Doctor Who: Assimilation2 #8, Star Trek 100-Page Winter Spectacular 2012, and Star Trek: The Next Generation: Hive #3.

In Star Trek: The Next Generation/Doctor Who: Assimilation2 #8, the Star Trek/Doctor Who crossover series ends. In this eighth issue, “Our heroes launch a desperate mission behind enemy lines in hopes of ending the CyberBorg threat, but there’s a traitor in their midst.”

Written by Scott and David Tipton, with art by J.K. Woodward and Gordon Purcell, and covers by Woodward and Andrea Di Vito, Star Trek: The Next Generation/Doctor Who: Assimilation2 #8 is thirty-two pages in length will sell for $3.99.

For this and the other two releases, click on any of the thumbnails to see larger-sized photos.







Next up is the Star Trek 100-Page Winter Spectacular 2012. In this issue, written by Marc Guggenheim, Scott Tipton and others, with art by David Messina, J.K. Woodward and others, and a cover by Joe Corroney, the “amazing worlds” of Star Trek are explored.

“How do you deal with killing a legend? Find out in the story of Captain Harriman, the notorious commander of the Enterprise when Captain James T. Kirk was lost and presumed dead. Guest-starring Dr. McCoy! Discover the devious inner workings of the Romulan military! Re-enter the Mirror Universe as Kirk’s Doppelganger plots to overthrow his superior… Captain Pike — and more.”

Star Trek 100-Page Winter Spectacular 2012 will sell for $7.99.







The last December release is Star Trek: The Next Generation: Hive #3. In this issue, “The Borg story to end all Borg stories warps towards it thrilling conclusion! In the far-flung future the Borg Queen faces off against the Borg King… an ancient Locutus! The stakes have never been so high, as the fate of the Enterprise – and the entire galaxy – hang in the balance!”

Written by Brannon Braga, Terry Matalas and Travis Fickett, with art and covers by Joe Corroney, the thirty-two page issue will sell for $3.99.







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2 thoughts on “December Star Trek Comic Previews

  1. As much as I like the idea of the alternate timeline created by J.J. Abrams, I really don’t care much for the idea of IDW Comics re-making the original series episodes. The new timeline opened a door to an infinite number of possibilities.It would have been better if they had focused on new adventures and not remake what was already done in the original timeline.

    Honestly, if you want to revisit the original episodes, you need not look any further than your own DVD collection or when the series is being re-ran on your local station.

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