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Preview: Transformers #40

Transformers #40

(W) Brian Ruckley (A) Anna Malkova (CA) Angel Hernandez
In Shops: Feb 16, 2022
SRP: $3.99

Shattered! The Autobots have withdrawn to the Crystal City and the Decepticons are at their gates! But with Optimus Prime and Bumblebee finally reunited, will this be the Autobots’ last stand or their greatest hour?! Don’t miss the other side of the epic story in this month’s Transformers: War’s End too!

Transformers #40

Preview: Wynonna Earp: All In

Wynonna Earp: All In

(W) Beau Smith, Tim Rozon, Melanie Scrofano (A) Chris Evenhuis, Lora Innes, Angel Hernandez (CA) Catherine Nodet
In Shops: Jan 26, 2022
SRP: $39.99

The ultimate jackpot for Wynonna Earp fans, this compendium collects every comic book adventure since the premiere of the fan-favorite TV series, including stories by stars Melanie Scrofano and Tim Rozon!

Join Wynonna Earp, her sister Waverly, Officer Haught, Agent Dolls, and immortal gunslinger Doc Holliday as Wynonna grapples with the legacy of her ancestor, the legendary lawman Wyatt Earp. There was much more to Wyatt than the history books tell: he used his mystical sidearm, the Peacemaker, to send demons back to hell! Now the family curse means the eldest Earp child must accomplish the same task, as the vengeful Revenants return with each generation!

As Wynonna goes All In, she’ll face more than just her family’s demons. Vampires, werewolves, and the infamous Pinkertons all find themselves in her sights. Plus, there’s no rest for the wicked, as Wynonna learns that Earps don’t get vacations, and a jailbreak from Black Rock Prison proves that even the Peacemaker can’t bury all her problems! Collects Wynonna Earp (2016) issues #1-8, Wynonna Earp: Legends #1-4, Wynonna Earp Season Zero #1-5, and the Wynonna Earp: Bad Day at Black Rock original graphic novel.

Wynonna Earp: All In

IDW’s Star Trek: Discovery Comic Spotlights a Crew Marooned in the Distant Future

IDW Publishing has announced that The United Federation of Planet’s far-flung future will be further explored in a new four-issue miniseries, Star Trek: Discovery – Adventures in the 32nd Century, based on the wildly popular series streaming on Paramount Plus.

The new series reunites co-writers Kirsten Beyer and Mike Johnson, whose previous collaboration on Star Trek: Discovery comics included The Light of Kahless, Succession, and Aftermath. The authors are joined by artist Angel Hernandez, celebrated by fans for his work on Star Trek / Green Lantern: The Spectrum War and, most recently, Star Trek: Manifest Destiny.

Each issue of Adventures in the 32nd Century will spotlight a different cast member, and the first issue’s focus promises a unique perspective from the Star Trek franchise as it reveals the secret history of the queen herself: Grudge the Cat! A flashback tale of her first meeting with Cleveland “Book” Booker sets the stage for a trajectory establishing Grudge as the greatest feline spacefarer of all. Subsequent issues will focus on ensign Adira Tal, Lieutenant Keyla Detmer, and science officer Linus.

Star Trek: Discovery – Adventures in the 32nd Century will be available with two cover variants for retailers and fans to enjoy, including Cover A by interior artist Angel Hernandez and a Retailer Incentive edition by Aaron Harvey.

Exarchon Returns in Transformers: War’s End

In February, IDW Publishing will redefine the meaning of villainy with the first issue of Transformers: War’s End, a must-read four-part miniseries written by Brian Ruckley, the architect of IDW’s monthly Transformers continuity, and illustrated by Jack Lawrence.

In War’s End, the infamous warlord Exarchon, who single-handedly plunged Cybertron into darkness long ago, has returned and reunited with his former generals, Shockwave and Skywarp. Cyclonus, a warrior haunted by the horrors of that ancient conflict, seeks a glimmer of hope by testing the allegiance of Decepticon leader Megatron, whose own evil machinations have so recently fractured civilization into warring factions!

Transformers: War’s End #1 will be available with multiple cover variants for retailers and fans to enjoy, each illustrated by fan-favorite artists long associated with IDW Transformers comics: Cover A by Angel Hernandez, Cover B by interior artist Jack Lawrence, and a Retailer Incentive edition by E.J. Su.

Preview: Wynonna Earp: All In

Wynonna Earp: All In

(W) Beau Smith, Tim Rozon, Melanie Scrofano (A) Chris Evenhuis, Lora Innes, Angel Hernandez (CA) Catherine Nodet
In Shops: Nov 10, 2021
SRP: $39.99

The ultimate jackpot for Wynonna Earp fans, this compendium collects every comic book adventure since the premiere of the fan-favorite TV series, including stories by stars Melanie Scrofano and Tim Rozon!

Join Wynonna Earp, her sister Waverly, Officer Haught, Agent Dolls, and immortal gunslinger Doc Holliday as Wynonna grapples with the legacy of her ancestor, the legendary lawman Wyatt Earp. There was much more to Wyatt than the history books tell: he used his mystical sidearm, the Peacemaker, to send demons back to hell! Now the family curse means the eldest Earp child must accomplish the same task, as the vengeful Revenants return with each generation!

As Wynonna goes All In, she’ll face more than just her family’s demons. Vampires, werewolves, and the infamous Pinkertons all find themselves in her sights. Plus, there’s no rest for the wicked, as Wynonna learns that Earps don’t get vacations, and a jailbreak from Black Rock Prison proves that even the Peacemaker can’t bury all her problems! Collects Wynonna Earp (2016) issues #1-8, Wynonna Earp: Legends #1-4, Wynonna Earp Season Zero #1-5, and the Wynonna Earp: Bad Day at Black Rock original graphic novel.

Wynonna Earp: All In

Preview: Star Trek: Year Five #25

Star Trek: Year Five #25

(W) Jackson Lanzing, Collin Kelly, Jody Houser, Brandon Easton, Jim McCann, Paul Cornell (A) Silvia Califano, Angel Hernandez, Christopher Jones (A/CA) Stephen Thompson
In Shops: Oct 06, 2021
SRP: $4.99

The five-year mission may be over, but now it’s time for the next adventure to begin. Join the crew of the Enterprise for the end of an old chapter and the beginning of the new in this special oversized epilogue from the entire Year Five series writing team that bridges the gap between the end of the five-year mission and the beginning of Star Trek: The Motion Picture.

Star Trek: Year Five #25

Preview: Star Trek: Year Five #25

Star Trek: Year Five #25

(W) Jackson Lanzing, Collin Kelly, Jody Houser, Brandon Easton, Jim McCann, Paul Cornell (A) Silvia Califano, Angel Hernandez, Christopher Jones (A/CA) Stephen Thompson
In Shops: Oct 06, 2021
SRP: $4.99

The five-year mission may be over, but now it’s time for the next adventure to begin. Join the crew of the Enterprise for the end of an old chapter and the beginning of the new in this special oversized epilogue from the entire Year Five series writing team that bridges the gap between the end of the five-year mission and the beginning of Star Trek: The Motion Picture.

Star Trek: Year Five #25

Preview: Star Trek: Voyager – Seven’s Reckoning

Star Trek: Voyager – Seven’s Reckoning

(W) Dave Baker (A) Angel Hernandez (CA) Jeffrey Veregge
In Shops: Aug 18, 2021
SRP: $15.99

Join Captain Janeway and her crew on a mission full of shocking twists in the first new Voyager comics story in over a decade!

A chance encounter with a reptilian alien race draws Seven of Nine and the rest of the U.S.S. Voyager crew into an ancient class conflict that’s on the brink of exploding into all-out war! Set during Star Trek: Voyager’s amazing fourth season, Seven finds her newfound humanity in conflict with her commitment to the Prime Directive. When she finally makes her choice, will it have the desired result? And will there still be a place for her aboard the Voyager once the dust clears?

Collects the complete four issue series from writer Dave Baker (Action Hospital, Star Trek: Waypoint) and artist Angel Hernandez (Star Trek: Picard Countdown, Star Trek/Green Lantern).

Star Trek: Voyager - Seven's Reckoning

Review: Star Trek: The Next Generation – Mirror Universe Collection

Star Trek: The Next Generation – Mirror Universe Collection

As far back as I can remember Star Trek has been one of those franchises that always been part of the public imagination. Permeating throughout popular culture, leading to even George Lucas admitting the franchise’s influence on his Star Wars saga.  Even though I watched and enjoyed the original series, the movies including the original cast, and the cartoon series, it was definitely before my time. What really got me pulled into this universe was The Next Generation series.

I remembered the first episode where we met the crew, and of course, Data is who stood out. The other aspect of Star Trek, I have enjoyed are the ever-interesting Mirror Universe episodes, which every show that came after the original series got to has enjoyed, except for ST: TNG. As it would have been an interesting endeavor by the show, giving us a different view of our favorite characters. In David and Scott Tipton’s Star Trek: The Next Generation – The Mirror Universe Collection, we get some wish-fulfillment in a trio of comic stories which shows just how menacing our heroes are in the Mirror Universe.

In “Mirror Broken,”, we’re introduced to the crew of the ISS Stargazer and their insidious captain, Jean Luc Picard and belongs to the once-powerful Terran Empire, and where Vulcans are slaves to the powerful Klingon-Cardassian alliance, which gives Picard the perfect opportunity to assemble the crew we know, but more ominous, to take over the Enterprise and give the Empire an advantage over their enemies with a long-dormant weapon. In “Origin of Data”, we get an interesting side story of how Picard recruited Data to his ranks in this alternate dimension. In “Through the Mirror”, the ISS Enterprise crosses over to the Prime Star Trek universe where they meet the heroes we know and looks to conquer worlds in their dimension, while the mirror universe Picard hatches a plan to infiltrate the Enterprise which leads to a tense standoff between both crews. In “Ripe for Plunder”, Data goes on a solo mission to find Emperor Spock, who was thought to be long dead and reveals long-hidden keys to Picard’s plans. In the last story, “Terra Incognita”, one of the show’s long-endeared characters takes a baleful turn as his evil doppelganger infiltrates the Prime Universe Enterprise crew.

Overall, Star Trek: The Next Generation – The Mirror Universe Collection is an exciting set of stories that play with alternate universes and realities masterfully. The stories by the Tiptons are engrossing and exciting. The art by the creative teams is beautiful. Altogether, a collection that gives more than fan service, as it stretches the imagination and the possibilities, infinite.

Story: Scott Tipton and David Tipton
Art: J.K. Woodward, Charlie Kirchoff, Josh Hood, Marcus To, Chris Johnson, Carlos Nieto, Debora Carita, Tony Shasteen, Angel Hernandez
Color: Jason Lewis, Brittany Peer, Jason Lewis, David Garcia Cruz, Fran Gamboa, Jay Fotos, Jo Mettler, Mark Roberts
Letterer: Andworld Design, Neil Uyetake
Story: 9.8 Art: 9.6 Overall: 10 Recommendation: Buy

IDW Publishing provided Graphic Policy with a FREE copy for review


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Preview: Star Trek: Year Five Vol. 3 Weaker Than Man

Star Trek: Year Five Vol. 3 Weaker Than Man

(W) Jackson Lanzing, Collin Kelly, Jim McCann, Jody Houser (A) Angel Hernandez, Silvia Califano, J. K. Woodward (CA) J.J. Lendl
In Shops: May 26, 2021
SRP: $19.99

Join the crew of the original Starship Enterprise in these all-new adventures as they near the conclusion of their five-year mission.

Finally returning to Federation space, the Enterprise and her crew find the Federation isn’t quite the same as the one they left behind! Kirk grapples with a very personal Klingon threat, even as the Enterprise begins its homecoming victory tour, and the Federation’s upcoming presidential election is upended when Harry Mudd enters the race!

All this against the backdrop of a sinister malaise threatening to rot the Federation from within. Terrible secrets are revealed, among them the origin of Gary Seven and the grand designs of the shadowy AEGIS organization. Can Kirk and the Enterprise crew excise this corruption, or will the five-year mission end in failure? Collects issues #13-19 of the series.

Star Trek: Year Five Vol. 3 Weaker Than Man
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