GOLD KEY COMICS INSPIRED COVER FOR STAR TREK™ MAGAZINE!
Star Trek Magazine goes retro with a cover inspired by a classic Gold Key Comics Star Trek™ series. The design is based on issue 7, first published in March 1970. The issue featured comic strip adventure "The Voodoo Planet," which saw Kirk and Spock beam down to an alien planet that looks exactly like Earth, even down to replica landmarks including the Eiffel Tower - all constructed from papier mache!
Star Trek Magazine issue #44 cover mirrors the original, quite literally, re-interpreting it as a Mirror Universe publication from the Terran Federation. What's more, the regular newsstand edition runs a thoroughly modern take on the same design, this time featuring Kirk, Spock and McCoy from J.J.Abram's new Star Trek timeline.
Issue #44 of The Official Star Trek Magazine takes a trip across dimensions and through a multiverse of alternate timelines, investigating the science behind temporal paradoxes and quantum theory along the way. We also speak to Denise Crosby; re-evaluate the Trek movies “The Final Frontier” and “Insurrection;” and in Star Trek Scrapbook, we discover that the real world can be far stranger than fiction. Featuring exclusive interviews, original fiction, the latest on the new Trek movie, plus all your favorite regular features, news, reviews, and competitions.
Retailers can purchase both covers from January Previews.
Category: Announcements | Posted on: 19 December 2012