Cover price $3.99. Written by Jody Houser. But they'll soon discover that for all of the danger they faced on the five-year mission, the biggest threat of all may be something closer to home. They’ve traveled to strange new worlds, defeated impossible foes, and made universe-changing decisions. James T. Kirk has had many loves during his mission among the stars, but this time he may have met his match in fellow Starfleet Captain Laura Rhone. (W) Jackson Lanzing, Collin Kelly (A) Angel Hernandez (CA) J.J. Lendl Election season is in full swing across the Federation, and even though it seems ridiculous, Harry Mudd is rising to the top of the polls! Written by Jackson Lanzing and Collin Kelly. Art by Stephen Thompson. I liked year four. That will come one day for sure. Written by Jim McCann, Jackson Lanzing and Collin Kelly. 28 pages, full color. With their clash with the Tholian Assembly still fresh in their minds, the crew of the Enterprise, along with their new Tholian passenger, encounter a strange new threat on a very familiar world. Art by Kieran McKeown (pages 1-11, 17-20), Silvia Califano (pages 13-16) and Stephen Thompson (page 12). We are shipping all orders on time, but please expect possible delays in transit. Featuring a new cover by legendary artist Greg Hildebrandt! 28 pages, full color. Step aboard the, with Kirk, Spock, Bones, Uhura, Sulu, Scotty, and Chekov as they begin the end of their original five-year mission and boldly go into an uncertain future in this new continuing. Art by Stephen Thompson. They’ve traveled to strange new worlds, defeated impossible foes, and made universe-changing decisions. The final voyages of the original. Cover price $3.99. 28 pages. But I don’t see that as arrogance. The final year of the original mission continues here! Cover price $3.99. 28 pages, full color. We’ve been selling comics since 1961 (our first sale: Fantastic Four #1 at $0.25, see one of our first ads) Art by Christopher Jones. But I’m sure some casual fans will get it too. After their close call with the Tholian Assembly, the crew of the Enterprise escorts Ayal back to their home planet, only to find a society teetering on the brink of catastrophe. Limited 1 for 10 Retailer Incentive Variant Cover. This special story by award-winning writer of prose, comics, and television Paul Cornell (Doctor Who) takes Captain Kirk to where he has never gone before! I do want photo real, as in the IDW adaptation of City on the Edge of Forever. Those purists are usually older and have more discretionary income, and thus are able to afford more costly product (such as a $4.99 comic book or $39.99 action figure) that is required on smaller run products aimed at niche audiences. Cover by Stephen Thompson. The classic crew is back in all -new stories featuring your favorite characters from the Original Series! Answers are revealed and secrets are exposed in this fully painted stand-alone spy thriller from showrunners Jackson Lanzing & Collin Kelly (Gotham City Garage, Green Arrow) and fan-favorite artist J.K. Woodward (Star Trek: Mirror Broken, Harlan Ellison's Star Trek:City on the Edge of Forever)! Nine actors have played Spock, two have played Kirk and McCoy. They’ve traveled to strange new worlds, defeated impossible foes, and made universe-changing decisions. The final voyages of the U.S.S. Art by Martin Coccolo. DC first series annual 2 (Sep 1986)- enterprise returns to earth. Written by Jackson Lanzing and Collin Kelly. Also I’ll probably pick up this comic. Baby Kirk from the Star Trek Babies Show. Cover price $3.99. I can’t vouch for much of their output, as I’m not really much into comics. But now, with the end in sight, they’ll have to face their biggest challenge yet. Enterprise crew as they warp toward the end of their five-year mission. The crew of the Enterprise suspects that there's more to Mudd's game than just wanting to do his civic duty, and their investigation will uncover a rot that threatens the entire Federation from the inside. Hildebrandt? Art by Stephen Thompson. Art and Cover by Stephen Thompson. If this was a big hit book selling in the 50K range, i might agree with his (albeit sarcastic) point. I literally came here just to say that “Star Trek Continues” has already done this story about as well as it’s likely to be done. They are still made all the time and thats because enough people buy them in the first place. Cover by Stephen Thompson. Star Trek: Year Five #15 is out on Wednesday, October 28th. As for your estimate of “a few hundred thousand”– only about 50 comics sold more than 100K in all of 2018 (out of several thousand), and only FOUR sold in excess of 300K– Batman #50, Action Comics #1000, Fantastic Four #1, and Amazing Spider-Man #800. A new continuing series about the end of the Five-Year Mission! Cover price $3.99. Too late! A continuing series about the end of the Five-Year Mission! Appalling numbers by the measure of Marvel and DC, and not even so great for indie books. Ask your retailer about the Greg Hildebrandt retailer incentive sketch cover! full color. A new continuing series about the end of the Five-Year Mission! Art by Martin Coccolo. Don’t forget baby Kirk, and young kirk in Star Trek 09. The final voyages of the original five-year mission continue here! At last-the moment you've been waiting for since the first page of issue #1! Star Trek continue was my 4th and 5th year. The liknesses have nothing to do with reboots and DSC. With everyone doing their own version of the fourth and fifth year missions I have a hard time remembering which is canon and which isn’t, which is fan made and which is official. JavaScript must be enabled to use this site. Come to think of it, wasn’t this also the first occurence of a filmed male sf lead character changing sex? COMING SOON! Limited 1 for 10 Retailer Incentive Variant Cover. The Five Year Mission continues this week with the release of Star Trek: Year Five #11 from IDW Publishing; check out a preview of the issue here...With the Federation border in … STAR TREK: YEAR FIVE. Do not agree I am afraid. As a fleet of Tholian vessels closes in, Kirk and the rest of the crew struggle to free the Enterprise from the Tholian Web before it's too late.