Sci Fi TV in Comics: Star Trek New Visions #1 Mirror Cracked, Six Million Dollar Man, Battlestar Galactica, and More

By | May 14, 2014

Due out on or around May 14th:

Star-Trek-New-Visions-1Star Trek New Visions #1 Mirror Cracked
IDW Publishing

Following up on last years hugely successful ‘Strange New Worlds’ photonovel, John Byrne once again sets sail aboard the Starship: Enterprise, this time with an ongoing, bi-monthly series that begins by going through the looking glass to tell the story of what happened after the classic ‘Mirror, Mirror’ episode of the original series.

The crew discovers two strangers in their midst, and quickly learns that one has made a pact with one of James Kirk’s oldest foes. ‘The Mirror, Cracked’ is the title, and the action unfolds in May!

By: John Byrne

Star-Trek-Ongoing-33Star Trek Ongoing #33
IDW Publishing

After the events of ‘Star Trek Into Darkness’, Captain James T. Kirk and the crew of the USS Enterprise have embarked on their Five Year Mission into uncharted space… only to encounter a deadly new alien species unlike anything the Federation has met before!

Don’t miss this all-new adventure overseen by STAR TREK writer/producer Roberto Orci!

By: Mike Johnson, Erfan Fajar, Joe Corroney

Battlestar-Galactica-11Battlestar Galactica #11
Dynamite Entertainment

‘The Adama Gambit’ (Part 2 of 2). With death bearing down on the fleet from the attacking Base Star, Commander Adama is forced to take desperate action, and employ frantically risky tactics in a last ditch effort to save humankind! The climactic, concluding part of this epic story of space-battle action and edge of the seat tension

By: Dan Abnett, Cezar Razek, Livio Ramondelli

Six-Million-Dollar-Man-Season-6-3Six Million Dollar Man Season 6 #3
Dynamite Entertainment

The original Six Million Dollar Man is back with an official continuation of the classic television series! Steve has been betrayed and now stands alone against the experimental Soviet Yaga Tank.

And closer to home, the mysterious alien plague spreads and threatens to destroy all of NASA while Oliver Spencer’s Maskatron continues to evolve into the deadliest artificial intelligence on earth.

Steve Austin proves that it’s not the bionic hardware that makes the man but the all too human heart that drives it.

By: James Kuhoric, Juan Antonio Ramirez, Alex Ross

Smallville-Season-11-Lantern-2Smallville Season 11 Lantern #2 (of 4)
DC Comics

Clark Kent is just beginning to grasp the potential of the Green Lantern ring, but all of John Stewart’s training hasn’t prepared him for the battle they’re about to face.

Will Clark need to use his natural super powers to defeat an enemy John fears?

By: Bryan Q. Miller, Marcio Takara, Cat Staggs

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