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Gallery of Star Trek comic book covers | Boing Boing

I love these old Star Trek comic book covers, posted by AstroDevil in memory of Leonard Nimoy. The title lettering is fantastic!

Star Trek Comic!!

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The marvelous cover art of the early ‘Star Trek’ comic books | Dangerous Minds

The marvelous cover art of the early ‘Star Trek’ comic books

Poor Gold Key Comics. Despite their stewardship of tons of familiar titles, they always ranked a tier (or three) below the A-list. While Marvel and DC had all the high-octane superhero star power, Gold Key largely got by on licensing properties from other media. They did comic book tie-ins with Hanna-Barbera, Warner Brothers, and Disney cartoons, and brought TV shows like The Man from U.N.C.L.E., The Twilight Zone, H.R. Pufnstuf (!!!), Dark Shadows and Star Trek to the comics racks…

Star Trek Kirk And Seven of Nine Team Up In New Novel, No Time Like The Past

Kirk And Seven of Nine Team Up In New Novel, No Time Like The Past

News - Captain Kirk and Seven of Nine join forces to save the day in Simon & Schuster's new Star Trek novel, No Time Like The Past, and StarTrek.com has details.

Essential Star Trek Novels That Even Non-Trekkies Should Read

Essential Star Trek Novels That Even Non-Trekkers Should Read

Now that we've all seen the teaser trailer for Star Trek Into Darkness, we've got a bad case of Star Trek fever. Luckily, there are tons of Star Trek novels that have been published since the Original Series went off the air — and many of them are shockingly good. Thanks to editors like David G. Hartwell and John Ordover, the Star Trek novels have regularly attracted some of the best authors out there.

Essential Star Trek Novels That Even Non-Trekkers Should Read

Essential Star Trek Novels That Even Non-Trekkers Should Read

Now that we've all seen the teaser trailer for Star Trek Into Darkness, we've got a bad case of Star Trek fever. Luckily, there are tons of Star Trek novels that have been published since the Original Series went off the air — and many of them are shockingly good. Thanks to editors like David G. Hartwell and John Ordover, the Star Trek novels have regularly attracted some of the best authors out there.

More Original series fun as Kirk, Spock and the team face off against an asteroid determined to fly into a star.

Star Trek: Heart of the Sun - Pamela Sargent & George Zebrowski

Title: Heart of the Sun Author: Pamela Sargent & George Zebrowski Published: 1997 Chronological Period: 2267 Available at: Amazon Amazon UK Review: “Heart of the Sun” by Pamela Sargent & George Zebrowski is an Original Series Star Trek Novel that takes place early on in the 5 Year Mission. My first comment about it is that it displayed the issue I have noticed recently with cover blurbs not matching what actually happens in the novel. Whilst the blurb details that the story is about the…

BEST DESTINY: STAR TREK [A NOVEL]: Diane [Dust Wrapper art by Keith Birdsong, author photo by Dave Galanter] Carey: 0076714020009: Amazon.com: Books

BEST DESTINY: STAR TREK [A NOVEL]

BEST DESTINY: STAR TREK [A NOVEL] [Diane Carey] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. BEST DESTINY: STAR TREK [A NOVEL]

A strange Star Trek that feels at times more like a medieval fantasy novel

Star Trek: Shadow Lord - Laurence Yep

Title: Shadow Lord Author: Laurence Yep Published: 1985 Formats: Hardback/Paperback Chronological Period: 2266 Available at: Amazon Amazon UK Review: “Shadow Lord” by Laurence Yep is a book which had me in two minds regarding how much I liked it. Basically, as a stand-alone sword and sorcery styled fantasy book it worked quite well but as a Star Trek novel it fails on several levels. The book was obviously not meant to be set within the Star Trek Universe and I can only assume that the…