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IDW Publishing Star Trek Comics For October

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This October, look for three Star Trek comics from IDW Publishing.

The comics include Star Trek: Discovery: Aftermath #3, Star Trek: Year Five #7, and Star Trek: Voyager: Mirrors & Smoke.

Star Trek: Discovery: Aftermath #3, due out October 16, features the “stunning conclusion of the second season of Star Trek: Discovery. Now prepare yourselves for the ending of the Aftermath! With the fragile peace between the Klingons and the Federation hanging by a thread, Spock, Captain Pike, and Chancellor L’Rell make a last stand against the forces threatening to ignite a new galactic war!

“The thrilling conclusion of the miniseries, to be written by Kirsten Beyer and Mike Johnson, “ties directly into season two of the hit CBS All Access show!” The art for this issue will be provided by Tony Shasteen, and Angel Hernandez will provide the cover art.

Star Trek: Year Five #7 will arrive on October 23. In this issue, “Just as the crew is finally able to communicate with their Tholian passenger, the Enterprise runs into a new obstacle – a Tholian web! But as the crew works with other trapped ships to figure out how to escape, new questions about what the Tholian Assembly is planning darken the horizon.”

Star Trek: Year Five #7 will be written by Jackson Lanzing and Collin Kelly, and the art and the cover will come courtesy of Stephen Thompson.

Finally, in Star Trek: Voyager: Mirrors & Smoke, “Stranded far from the ruins of the Terran Empire, Captain Janeway of the rebel ship Voyager has crowned herself Pirate Queen of the Delta Quadrant! Of course, the locals won’t give in without a fight – especially not scavengers Neelix and Kes. And who is this apparent Terran who calls herself Annika Hansen? Find out in Mirror Voyager‘s amazing comic book debut!”

Mirrors & Smoke will be written by Paul Allor, and will feature both art and cover art by J.K. Woodward. Expect this comic on October 30.

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