Fully Computerized, by Wally Wood.
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Some of comic book icon John Byrne’s best work of the last few years happens to involve the original Star Trek universe created by Gene Roddenberry and IDW has put out a collection that gathers together all of the work he created for the franchise into a single handsomely-designed volume. It’s a 320 page hardcover that features the following: Assignment: Earth (catching us up with Gary Seven); Crew, featuring Number One helping rescue the Enterprise during its shake down cruise; Leonard McCoy: Frontier Doctor, letting readers get a glimpse of what happened before Star Trek: The Motion Picture and a spotlight on the Romulans, Pawns of War.
You can pick it up on Amazon or at a local comics retailer, but we like the cut of this book’s gib so much that we’re going to give away a copy with the help of IDW Publishing.
Want a shot at it? The rules are pretty, pretty straightforward.
• Reblog this post before 6:00PM EDT on Monday, May 27th.
• You must be following both They Boldly Went and the IDW Tumblr to qualify.
That’s it! Follow two Tumblrs and reblog and you’re in it to win it! You can do that, right? Right.
We’ll announce a winner on Wednesday, May 29th. Good night and good luck!
If you haven’t heard, I’m filling in for the great Dan Schoening on Ghostbusters #7 and #8 from IDW, due out in August and September respectively. Here’s me trying to wrap my head around drawing Slimer. I’m very excited for this opportunity and appreciate IDW, Erik, and Dan letting me play in their sandbox.
Yes! We’re so excited to have Evan aboard for some Ghostbusters radness. Can’t wait for folks to see what he’s cooking up!Source: docshaner
Triple Helix, a new series by John Byrne. Coming soon…September 2013? from @IDWPublishing.
John had this to say after finishing the first issue April, 11, 2013.
In case I didn’t already mention this, it’s a continuation from where we left off in TRIO, but One, Two and Three are “guest stars” in this new title. Thought it might be fun to do a sort of “series of crossovers”, where each four issue miniseries picks up from the end of the last, but with a different title and new characters.
This plays to the overall effect I have been trying for, first with TRIO, now with ****** ***** — I want these books to read as if they’ve been around for a while, so the reader is dropped into the middle of the action, instead of having to wade thru an origin issue (or six). Backstory is picked up as we go along.
This is, of course, how I was first introduced to comics. Superman, Batman, Flash, even the FF had been around for a while (I had no idea how long!), and it was fun to “play detective” and pick up the Who, What, Where, When and Why as I read, issue to issue.
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Source: mscottwritesComic Book Resources - PREVIEW: Transformers: Prime - Rage of the Dinobots TPB - The DINOBOTS hold the line as CYBERTRON falls! With OPTIMUS PRIME and the Ark long gone, the rest of the population makes their escape from the dying worldâbut SHOCKWAVE remains behind, continuing his experiments!
Guess what came out today?! So excited.