Wednesday, February 28, 2024

New Comic Day: Defiant #12 & The Conclusion of Picard's Academy!

Two new comics are out today: The latest installment of the ongoing Star Trek: Defiant series and the conclusion of the Star Trek: Picard's Academy miniseries!

Star Trek: Defiant #12
Hell is Only a Word, Part 1

Out today: Star Trek: Defiant #12, the latest issue in IDW's ongoing spinoff of the Star Trek comic series! We have the various covers below for you to take a look at, as well as the publisher's synopsis and links to pick up the digital version from Amazon.

Written by Christopher Cantwell
Art by Ángel Unzueta
Cover by Ángel Unzueta

Digital (Kindle): | |

Official synopsis:

Original Star Trek: Defiant writer-artist duo Christopher Cantwell and Ángel Unzueta delve into the sci-fi horror genre in arc three of the fan-favorite series! Eager to move past the unofficial bounty-hunting mission assigned to them by Starfleet, disgraced former ambassador and Starfleet legend, Worf, and his rogue crew make way for Starbase 99 – a run-down remnant of the Dominion War – to complete their fugitive drop-off. The clandestine assignment has left them disillusioned with Starfleet and with one another, but a surprise awaits the Defiant crew, threatening to tear the crew apart even further – literally.

Variant covers:

Cover B by Rod Reis

Retailer Incentive cover by Ángel Unzueta

IDW Online Exclusive cover by Suspiria Vilchez

Also out today is the final issue in the 6-issue miniseries Star Trek: Picard's Academy! Jean-Luc faces his greatest test yet in the finale of this series from writer Sam Maggs and artist Ornella Greco!

Star Trek: Picard's Academy #6

Written by Sam Maggs
Art by Ornella Greco
Cover by Sweeny Boo

Digital (Kindle): | |

Official synopsis:

It's do-or-die for Picard and cadets in the finale of Picard's Academy! Romulans storm the ship while Starfleet remains out of reach and potentially unaware of the threat headed their way, but the cadets have finally come to an agreement, electing Jean-Luc to the captain's chair. They're finally willing to follow Picard's lead, and Picard is finally willing to acknowledge their feedback – now acting as a proper crew. But is it too late? Will Picard fail his crewmates once again and, worse yet, see the start of an interstellar war? So much for graduating early!

Variant covers:

Cover B by Aaron Harvey

Retailer Incentive cover by Megan Huang

Previous comic release: Star Trek #17
Next comic release: Sons of Star Trek #1

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