Star Trek: Year Five - Odyssey's End (Book 1)

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On sale Feb 04, 2020 | 136 Pages | 9781684055685
Join the crew of the original Starship Enterprise in these all-new adventures near the end of their five-year mission.

The crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise left Earth four years ago. They've traveled to strange new worlds, defeated impossible foes, and made universe-changing decisions. But now, with the end in sight, they'll have to face their biggest challenge yet. Step aboard the Enterprise with Kirk, Spock, Bones, Uhura, Sulu, Scotty, and Chekov as they begin the end of their original Five Year Mission and boldly go into an uncertain future in this new continuing Star Trek series!

By writers Jackson Lanzing, Collin Kelly, Brandon Easton, and Jody Houser with artists Stephen Thompson, Martin Coccolo, and Silvia Califano.

Collects issues #1-6.
COLLIN KELLY & JACKSON LANZING—known colloquially as “The Hivemind”—are screenwriters and New York Times bestselling comic book creators known for Joyride (Boom! Studios), Star Trek: Year Five (IDW), Captain America: Sentinel of Liberty (Marvel), Batman Beyond: Neo-Year (DC Comics), WIFWULF (Vault), and Alyssa Milano's Hacktivist (Archaia). Their most recent graphic novel, Dark One, was written in collaboration with superstar novelist Brandon Sanderson and debuted at #1 on the Amazon Fantasy Graphic Novel list and #5 on the Barnes & Noble Bestseller / Top 100 list. Together, they have collaborated on over one hundred single issues, co-starred on two tabletop liveplay series of their own design (Vast and Champions of the Earth), and wrote all thirteen episodes of YouTube Originals' first animated series, Kings of Atlantis. Collin was raised in Kauai and Seattle, while Jackson hails from Boston and Chicago—but both now live in Los Angeles, where they first met while studying at the USC School of Cinematic Arts.
"Make no mistake, the comic isn’t just fan service, though. As the Enterprise approaches her final mission, her crew is sure to go through some mixed emotions." --Comicsverse

"If you’re both a comic lover as well as a Star Trek fan, then you’re in good company with IDW and the talented creators they bring to continuing the enjoyment of the franchise." --Trek Core

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Join the crew of the original Starship Enterprise in these all-new adventures near the end of their five-year mission.

The crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise left Earth four years ago. They've traveled to strange new worlds, defeated impossible foes, and made universe-changing decisions. But now, with the end in sight, they'll have to face their biggest challenge yet. Step aboard the Enterprise with Kirk, Spock, Bones, Uhura, Sulu, Scotty, and Chekov as they begin the end of their original Five Year Mission and boldly go into an uncertain future in this new continuing Star Trek series!

By writers Jackson Lanzing, Collin Kelly, Brandon Easton, and Jody Houser with artists Stephen Thompson, Martin Coccolo, and Silvia Califano.

Collects issues #1-6.

Creators

COLLIN KELLY & JACKSON LANZING—known colloquially as “The Hivemind”—are screenwriters and New York Times bestselling comic book creators known for Joyride (Boom! Studios), Star Trek: Year Five (IDW), Captain America: Sentinel of Liberty (Marvel), Batman Beyond: Neo-Year (DC Comics), WIFWULF (Vault), and Alyssa Milano's Hacktivist (Archaia). Their most recent graphic novel, Dark One, was written in collaboration with superstar novelist Brandon Sanderson and debuted at #1 on the Amazon Fantasy Graphic Novel list and #5 on the Barnes & Noble Bestseller / Top 100 list. Together, they have collaborated on over one hundred single issues, co-starred on two tabletop liveplay series of their own design (Vast and Champions of the Earth), and wrote all thirteen episodes of YouTube Originals' first animated series, Kings of Atlantis. Collin was raised in Kauai and Seattle, while Jackson hails from Boston and Chicago—but both now live in Los Angeles, where they first met while studying at the USC School of Cinematic Arts.

Praise

"Make no mistake, the comic isn’t just fan service, though. As the Enterprise approaches her final mission, her crew is sure to go through some mixed emotions." --Comicsverse

"If you’re both a comic lover as well as a Star Trek fan, then you’re in good company with IDW and the talented creators they bring to continuing the enjoyment of the franchise." --Trek Core