Monday, December 17, 2012

IDW March 2013 Star Trek Comics

IDW Publishing has released their publishing plans for March 2013. Two comics and one trade are being released that month. The prequel to Star Trek Into Darkness continues with issue 3 that suggests it details Kirk's first meeting with Benedict Cumberbatch's bad buy but the details are so vague it is hard to tell. If you are interested in the books, just let your local comic book store know. For the full details of IDW's other books including GI Joe, TMNT, Transformers, Locke & Key and more click here.

Star Trek: Countdown to Darkness #3 (of 4)
Mike Johnson (w) • David Messina (a) • Messina, photo (c)
The lead up to this Spring’s STAR TREK film sequel continues here, in this official prequel mini-series overseen by writer/producer Roberto Orci. Captain Kirk and his crew will face an all-new adversary that threatens the future of the entire Federation. Don’t miss this exclusive all-new story that sets the stage for the upcoming blockbuster movie!
*2 regular covers will be shipped in a 4-to-1 ratio (4 David Messina, 1 Photo)
FC • 32 pages • $3.99

Star Trek #19
Mike Johnson (w) • Claudia Balboni (a) • Tim Bradstreet (c)
As excitement builds for the upcoming film sequel, the ongoing STAR TREK comics series shows fans the events that shaped the lives of the beloved Enterprise crew! In this issue we discover what led young Montgomery Scott to devote himself to engineering, as we witness his first steps on the journey that would take him across the galaxy! Overseen by Trek writer/producer Roberto Orci, this all-new tale sheds light on a classic character!
FC • 32 pages • $3.99

Star Trek, Vol. 4
Mike Johnson (w) • Stephen Molnar (a) • Tim Bradstreet (c)
The countdown to the Star Trek movie sequel continues here! In “The Redshirt’s Tale,” experience life on the Enterprise through a redshirt’s eyes! Also, find out how Scotty and his alien sidekick Keenser first meet. Plus, an all-new re-imagining of the classic “Mirror Universe” story!
TPB • FC • $17.99 • 104 pages • ISBN 978-1-61377-590-5

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