January 2020 IDW Publishing Star Trek Comics
In January 2020, two Star Trek comics from IDW Publishing will be published. The titles will include Star Trek: Picard #3, and Star Trek: Year Five #10.
In Star Trek: Picard #3, “Jean-Luc Picard has traveled to the furthest reaches of the galaxy, defeated impossible foes, and survived in the face of unthinkable odds, but it’s the end of this one mission that will change his life forever.
“The official countdown to CBS All Access‘s Star Trek: Picard ends here, and things will never be the same.”
Written by Mike Johnson and Kirsten Beyer, Star Trek: Picard #3 features art by Angel Hernandez and a cover by Sara Pitre-Durocher.
The thirty-six page issue will cost $4.99.
In Star Trek: Year Five #10 “with Captain Kirk still incapacitated, Spock finds himself trapped between a planet quickly spinning into chaos and a crew at each other’s throats. The end of the original mission is in sight…if the Enterprise can make it out in one piece.”
Written by Jim McCann, and featuring art by Silvia Califano and a cover by Stephen Thompson, Star Trek: Year Five #10 is thirty-two pages in length and will cost $3.99.
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