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William Roberge
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The first thread was locked.

Looks like 16 April 2013 (listed on Amazon) is the release date for this...

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Publication Date: April 16, 2013 | Series: Star Trek
Comics legend John Byrne has taken on 4 Star Trek titles, and they are all collected here, in one oversized hardcover collection. "Assignment Earth" recounts the adventures of interstellar agent Gary Seven, "Crew" recounts a tale from the very beginnings of the United Federation of Planets, "Leonard McCoy: Frontier Doctor" is a collection of tales from the member of the Frontier Medics Program, and mystery, intrigue, and war abound in "Romulans."
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This is a LINK to the first thread.
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Is that the cover? Cuz that's awesome.

 

Of course, all this really does is rub salt in the wound...because I want MORE!

As it is, I've really enjoyed all the TOS-centric merchandise and such from the last year...because this year, we're gonna be flooded in NuTrek stuff. Which is why there have been no JB TREK comics for the last few years.



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My favorite Byrne Star Trek? McCoy! I would LOVE to see a little more of that curmudgeon!

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My favorite Byrne Star Trek? McCoy!

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Mine too.
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I've been trying to convince IDW that there could be more McCoy, even with the restriction to NuTrek. But the Paramountain seems unscalable.
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I'd like more Assignment: Earth.
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Wow!!!  That cover is fantastic!

I hope that is the cover rather than an ad - that would look great on the shelf.



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That's the art for the cover, which I think is also planned for some embossing and probably spot glazing.

I don't think that's the final placement for copy, tho.

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JB:  "That's the art for the cover, which I think is also planned for some embossing and probably spot glazing."

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IDW has done spot glazing on all of the JB hardcovers and I love the effect!  They are on the Premiere editions of NEXT MEN, which have dust jackets.  But I really like how it looks on the hardbacks that don't have dust jackets - ANGEL: THE JOHN BYRNE COLLECTION, SCATTERED 1 & 2, and AFTERMATH.  Those look really sharp.



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I would like more Number One on board the Enterprise.
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