Tony Shasteen joins Mike Johnson in the new issue of Star Trek, and IDW Publishing sent us a sneak peek to share with you!

Star Trek #35
Mike Johnson (w) • Tony Shasteen (a & c)
“The Q Gambit” begins here! The crew of the new STAR TREK film franchise encounters the classic Trek villain Q for the first time, only in this all-new 6-part galaxy-spanning adventure developed in associataion with screenwriter/producer Roberto Orci! The mischievous Q sends James T. Kirk on quest that will see the Enterprise joining forces with familiar faces from Star Trek lore, beginning with the crew of a certain space station…
FC • 32 pages • $3.99

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via IDW Publishing

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  1. Oldcomicfan
    July 9, 2014 at 7:54 am — Reply

    This looks interesting but the idea of the new Star Trek universe being doomed won’t hold water. This series will no doubt suffer from the same problems that plagued the original Marvel Star Wars comics, and the whole Clone Wars animated series which were set between movies that were fixed. You knew that no matter what happened, any threats to the heroes or their world would be resolved happily because they had to be there, unchanged, because of the movie that followed. In this case, because they can’t change anything that might impact any future movies Paramount may want to make, nothing important will really happen in this series – although, since Q is involved, they can engage in as much carnage and destruction as they like and Q will simply wave his hand and fix everything by the end of the series. In fact, that’s pretty much why I didn’t particularly care for most of the “Q” episodes on Star Trek. You knew before the first commercial break that no matter what happened, one of the Q would simply wave his or her hand and fix everything.

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