In their first year IDW tested the format with miniseries of various formats. Most of the comics have been available in several covers. Each comic is thirty-two pages in length, twenty-two of which (with limited exception) are actually story. The Second Stage branding only actually appeared on the first issue of Turnaround. |, This amount includes applicable customs duties, taxes, brokerage and other fees. The Countdown writers Tim Jones and Mike Johnson have talked about a prequel to Countdown showing how the TNG crew got to their new positions, and in particular how Data was restored. Additionally several individual issues of miniseries have been lost or re-arranged. Qualifying purchases could enjoy No Interest if paid in full in 6 months on purchases of $99 or more. The story pages flow uninterrupted (again with limited exception) with the final ten pages consisting of adverts, previews and interviews relating to other IDW projects, letters pages, and in a hand-full of issues The Trek Life comic strips. For the first three years of their license, IDW only purchased the rights to publish comics from the two most popular Trek series; The Original Series and The Next Generation. John Byrne has announced he has had three series green lit, though release dates are as yet undetermined. Output has since fluctuated, with as few as one comic being release in a month, and up to as many as five. How could these worlds possibly collide? Something went wrong. Five standalone stories, taking place one per year between, April 2009 (paperback); October 2009 (hardcover), A five-part series following the career of, A five-part story depicting the last mission of the. Copyright © 1995-2020 eBay Inc. All Rights Reserved. - NM - PREORDER, STAR TREK PLANET of the APES #1 B, NM, Damn Dirty Apes, 2014, IDW, more in store, Dark Horse Comic Lot Planet of the Apes - The Human War VG, Star Trek Comic Books In Comic Book Collections, Planet Of The Apes Comic In Collectible Comic Magazines. Building on the success of the new Star Trek movie and its comic spin-offs IDW had plans for several projects based around the film and Countdown. Enterprise continues with the amazing crew of writer Jody Houser (Stranger Things, Harley Quinn & Poison Ivy) and artist Silvia Califano (The X-Files: Case Files)! Enterprise continues with the amazing crew of writer Jody Houser (Stranger Things, Harley Quinn & Poison Ivy) and artist Silvia Califano (The X-Files: Case Files)! Required fields are marked *. The company have the right of first refusal to the rest of franchise should they decide to expand; which they did so in taking on the license to publish tie-in comics for the new movie, Star Trek, and in late 2009 when they began to publish their first Deep Space Nine comics. They did so in 2006, with the first comics published in January 2007. One of the earlier two will conclude at about the time Robert April took command of the Enterprise, and one of the three will feature James T. Kirk at the Academy.