June 12 2024


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New IDW Publishing Trek Comics

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Two new Star Trek IDW Publishing comics will arrive tomorrow.

The comics include Star Trek Green Lantern #2 and Star Trek Planet of the Apes: The Primate Directive.

In Star Trek Green Lantern #2, “the comics crossover event of 2015 continues here! Hal Jordan meets Captain Kirk and the crew of the Enterprise for the first time as six Lantern rings choose new bearers! But which Trek characters – and which alien races – will be selected? Iconic franchises collide for the first time in this all-new galaxy-spanning epic!”

Written by Mike Johnson with art by Angel Hernandez and a cover by Paul Pope, the thirty-two page issue will cost $3.99.

Click here to find the preview pages.

Next up is Star Trek Planet of the Apes: The Primate Directive. All together in one issue, the story features “Star Trek: The hope for the best of mankind’s future!” and Planet of the Apes in a “chilling look at the fall of humanity! How could these worlds possibly collide? What could possibly cause Captain Kirk and the crew of the Enterprise to side with Dr. Zaius to protect Ape City? And what does Colonel George Taylor have to say about it?”

Written by Scott and David Tipton, and featuring art by Rachael Stott, Star Trek Planet of the Apes: The Primate Directive will cost $19.99.

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5 thoughts on “New IDW Publishing Trek Comics

  1. The Primate Directive? Wow. The comics line could’ve been really good. Instead we got the worst sort of tie-in trash.

  2. Come on, guys! Put the site back the way it was–it’s entirely broken now!

  3. But Hal Jordan can’t fight Captain Kirk! Kirk is wearing a yellow shirt!
    …well yellow-ish, at least.

  4. It is not “entirely broken”, it is you that is encountering issues. I made some changes and you asked you for feedback and you didn’t respond. I can’t help you if you don’t respond. But no… the site visited by thousands each day is not going back just because want it to.

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