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Amazon Announces Star Trek Month For November

Star Trek Day was actually at the beginning of September, but Amazon has just announced that they’re making November their Star Trek Month. The online retailer has teamed up with CBS, Paramount and IDW Publishing to launch an exciting month-long promotion that allows fans to grab a free digital comic book from comiXology if they purchase select Trek products through Amazon.

The deal is that fans only have to spend $25 or more on Trek merchandise to qualify for a free comic book. If you do that, you can choose from out of three comics on offer, all first issues. The first is Star Trek: Picard – Countdown #1, the prequel comic to the recent hit CBS All Access series starring Patrick Stewart as Jean-Luc which explores the mission that changed his life forever. The second is Star Trek: Year Five #1, which continues the adventures of The Original Series‘ Enterprise crew. And last but not least, Star Trek: Discovery: Aftermath #1, a tie-in to DIS season 2.

If you want to get your hands on any of these comics, here are the Trek products that you can purchase any assortment of in order to qualify. If you’re looking to fill any gaps in your physical media collection on any of the Trek TV series or you’re after a boxset of all of the movies before J.J. Abrams rebooted them, then this is your best opportunity.

Here’s a breakdown of the products, their contents and special features:

November is a fitting month for Amazon to host this promotion as we’re in the midst of a glut of Trek content. Following Lower Decks wrapping up its first season a few weeks back, Discovery season 3 is unfolding weekly on CBS All Access. Behind the scenes, meanwhile, producers are also gearing up to work on DIS season 4, Picard season 2 and new spinoff Strange New Worlds. Animated series Prodigy is likewise in development over at Nickelodeon.

Don’t miss Star Trek Month over on Amazon when it kicks off from this Sunday, November 1st.

Source: wegotthiscovered.com




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