On sale this week from IDW Publishing is Star Trek Ongoing #1, launching a new series starring the modernized characters of director J.J. Abrams' 2009 motion picture in what IDW is calling "re-imaginings" of classic adventures from the original 1960s Star Trek television series. In other words, instead of William Shatner's Captain James T. Kirk fighting a Gorn o
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During Comic-Con International, IDW Publishing announced an upcoming crossover that sci-fi fans have been wanting for years: Star Trek / Legion of Super-Heroes, in which the crew of the starship Enterprise meets the space-faring teenagers of DC's far future. To tell the story, IDW tapped iZombie and Superman writer Chris Roberson, who spoke to ComicsAlliance about approaching the story as a
Besides the exciting news of a Star Trek/Legion of Super-Heroes crossover written by Chris Roberson with art by Jeffrey and Phillip Moy (not to mention covers by Phil Jimenez), IDW Publishing shared with fans at Comic-Con International a number of other projects they can expect to see in the near future, including a new 30 Days of Night ongoing series; Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles by Kevin Eastman; Memorial, also by Chris Roberson; Monocyte by Menton3, Godzilla and much more.Rather than proceed through a standard slideshow, the IDW crew - led by Editor-in-Chief Chris Ryall and Director of Retail Marketing Dirk Wood - unveiled a colorful game wheel containing a number of subjects, titles and prizes for attendees to win. Among the
IDW Publishing made what will certainly be remembered as one of the most surprising and welcome announcements of this year's Comic-Con when the company confirmed that it will produce a crossover comic book starring DC Comics' Legion of Super-Heroes and Gene Roddenberry's classic Star Trek characters. The project, written by Chris Roberson (iZombie, Superman), is a p
The new Star Trek universe established in J.J. Abrams' 2009 movie relaunch will continue to flesh itself out this September with the release of Star Trek #1 from IDW.
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As unlikely as it may seem, a recently released pornographic parody of Star Trek: The Next Generation is an astonishingly good, big budget fan-film based on the classic television series. Featuring impressively faithful recreati
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