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Preview: Star Trek vs. Transformers #3

Star Trek vs. Transformers #3

John Barber & Mike Johnson (w) • Philip Murphy (a & c)

Klingons and Decepticons lay siege to a remote Federation dilithium mine—and the only thing holding them back is the shaky alliance of Captain Kirk and Optimus Prime. But what dark secret is buried beneath the ground… and can this uneasy partnership withstand the revelations?

32 • 32 pages • $3.99

Preview: Star Trek vs. Transformers #2 (of 4)

Star Trek vs. Transformers #2 (of 4)

John Barber & Mike Johnson (w) • Philip Murphy (a & c)

The Enterprise is burning, brought down by the united forces of the Klingons and Decepticons. Captain Kirk and Optimus Prime have a plan to strike back, but can they bring their scattered Starfleet crew and Autobots together before Megatron wipes them out? The no-holds-barred Saturday morning mash-up continues!

FC • 32 pages • $3.99

Preview: Star Trek: Discovery: Succession

Star Trek: Discovery: Succession

Kirsten Beyer, Mike Johnson (w) • Angel Hernandez (a & c)

Tied directly to events from the second half of the hit CBS All Access series’ first season, featuring all your favorite characters… or, at least, versions of them.

Ten years before Kirk and Spock set off on their original five-year mission, the crew of the U.S.S. Discovery visited the infamous Mirror Universe and didn’t like what they found. Now journey deeper into the alternate reality, and uncover more about the Mirror versions of Michael, Saru, Ash, Paul, and Sylvia as they learn that “Succession” can be a truly dangerous concept. Collects the four-issue series and the 2018 Annual.

TPB • FC • $19.99 • 136 pages • ISBN: 978-1-68405-360-5

Blade Runner 2049 Scribe Michael Green To Write Untitled Blade Runner Comic Series For Titan Comics And Alcon Media Group

Acclaimed Blade Runner 2049 screenwriter Michael Green will partner with longtime collaborator and comic writer Mike Johnson to pen the highly-anticipated in-canon Blade Runner comic series for Titan Comics and Alcon Media Group.

In addition to co-writing the screenplay for Blade Runner 2049, the critically-acclaimed sequel to Ridley Scott’s 1982 celebrated classic Blade Runner, Michael Green’s recent writing credits include Alien: Covenant, Murder on the Orient Express, the hit Starz series American Gods, and Logan, which earned Green an Oscar nomination for Best Adapted Screenplay in 2018.

Mike Johnson, Green’s co-writer on comics including Supergirl and Superman/Batman, will co-write the Blade Runner series. A veteran writer of the Star Trek franchise, Johnson’s other comic credits include Transformers and Fringe.

The new Blade Runner comic series is part of a new line of comics and graphic novels by Alcon and Titan, which will be canon to the classic science-fiction world.

Preview: Star Trek vs. Transformers #1 (of 4)

Star Trek vs. Transformers #1 (of 4)

(W) John Barber, Mike Johnson (A/CA) Philip Murphy
In Shops: Sep 26, 2018
SRP: $3.99

The Transformers ’80s cartoon series meets Star Trek: The Animated Series in a no-holds-barred Saturday Morning mash-up for the ages!

At the edge of Klingon space, the starship Enterprise finds there’s more to the final frontier than meets the eye, when Kirk and his crew come face to face with the strangest life forms of all: Cybertronians! This unprecedented crossover brings together two of the greatest science fiction universes of all time-in the style of their classic animated series! A five-year mission meets a four-million-year war!

Written by two titans of their respective properties, John Barber (Optimus Prime, Transformers: Robots in Disguise, Transformers: Bumblebee Movie Prequel) and Mike Johnson (the most prolific Star Trek comic book writer of ALL TIME!)!
Philip Murphy’s A & B covers connect to form an amazing heroes and villains image!

Preview: Star Trek: Discovery—The Light of Kahless

Star Trek: Discovery—The Light of Kahless

Mike Johnson, Kirsten Beyer (w) • Tony Shasteen (a & c)

Journey back in time to a decade before Captain Kirk and the Enterprise set out on their five-year mission, when the United Federation of Planets is locked in conflict with the mysterious Klingon Empire. But just who are these formidable foes? Delve into the shocking world of the Klingons in a story you can only find in this miniseries, which ties directly into the show.

TPB • FC • $15.99 • 96 pages • ISBN: 978-1-63140-989-9

Preview: Star Trek: Discovery: Succession #4

Star Trek: Discovery: Succession #4

Mike Johnson, Kirsten Beyer (w) • Angel Hernandez (a & c)

In the Mirror Universe, the heroic characters you thought you knew care only for power and glory. In this, the final issue of Succession, see Michael Burnham in the fight of her life!

FC • 32 pages • $3.99

Preview: Star Trek: Discovery: Succession #3

Star Trek: Discovery: Succession #3

Mike Johnson, Kirsten Beyer (w) • Angel Hernandez (a & c)

Now it can be revealed! This miniseries, centered on the Mirror Universe of Star Trek: Discovery, delves deeper into the characters you only thought you knew…

FC • 32 pages • $3.99

Star Trek and Transformers Collide in a New Crossover

The starship Enterprise finds there’s more to the final frontier when Kirk and his crew come face-to-face with the strangest life forms of all: the shape-changing robots of Cybertron! Prepare to beam up and roll out this September with Star Trek vs. Transformers, a four-issue comic book crossover that is more than meets the eye and is inspired by the continuities of two iconic cartoon shows: Star Trek: The Animated Series (1973) and The Transformers (1984).

Two of the most prolific Transformers and Star Trek comic book writers — John Barber and Mike Johnson — team with artist Philip Murphy and colorist Leonardo Ito to tell the story that fans have demanded for decades. At the edge of Klingon space, the Enterprise​ answers a distress call, discovering a dilithium mine under siege by jets and helicopters of vintage 20th Century design. When a red, flat-nosed truck rolls in to save the day, the no-holds barred Saturday morning mash-up truly begins!

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