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Old September 7 2013, 01:52 PM   #31
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Re: John Bynre photocomics

Update on the Byrne photocomic: IDW will release it as a 48-page annual, their first in that format.

http://www.thetrekcollective.com/201...ounced-as.html

Also, he's begun work on a second.

They're going for sort of a Gold Key montage-cover look for the cover, it seems to me.
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Old September 7 2013, 04:01 PM   #32
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Sounds cool. I remember reading those old Photo-Novels back in the day. Fond memories.
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Old September 7 2013, 08:48 PM   #33
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Very cool, I look forward to picking up a copy. Thanks for the update.
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Old September 8 2013, 05:27 AM   #34
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I'm actually kind of surprised these kinds of things haven't become more common with Photoshop being so widely used.
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Old September 8 2013, 12:28 PM   #35
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Looks cool! This the technique I've been using with TMP still on my You-tube comic. I was tempted to use TOS stills but I went for TMP in the end because I love that version of the Enterprise the most and I love all the alien crew. It is good fun. Which reminds me I have to finish off the last part of the second story!
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Old February 20 2014, 05:39 PM   #36
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Ongoing print series... http://www.bleedingcool.com/2014/02/...mirror-mirror/
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Old February 23 2014, 05:05 PM   #37
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I'm very much looking forward to this series. I enjoyed the first one and am very glad to have a new comic that is not associated with fuTrek.
Jane Kirk . . . are you kidding me?
Can we go any lower than this?
Well maybe . . . how 'bout Abbott and Costello meet Star Trek; no, no, here it is - Godzilla vs. the Enterprise.

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Old February 23 2014, 06:16 PM   #38
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I'm very much looking forward to this series. I enjoyed the first one and am very glad to have a new comic that is not associated with fuTrek.
Jane Kirk . . . are you kidding me?
Can we go any lower than this?
Well maybe . . . how 'bout Abbott and Costello meet Star Trek; no, no, here it is - Godzilla vs. the Enterprise.

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I'd like a rational explanation of why "Jane Kirk" is somehow more absurd than "Goatee Spock" or "Gangster Planet".

You can enjoy both the "Prime" universe and the new one.
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Old February 23 2014, 08:00 PM   #39
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I'm very much looking forward to this series. I enjoyed the first one and am very glad to have a new comic that is not associated with fuTrek.
Jane Kirk . . . are you kidding me?
Can we go any lower than this?
Well maybe . . . how 'bout Abbott and Costello meet Star Trek; no, no, here it is - Godzilla vs. the Enterprise.

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Data and Joe Piscopo making spastic noises on the holodeck is far, far lower than anything related to the new Trek movies.
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Old February 23 2014, 10:58 PM   #40
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CaptPapa wrote: View Post
I'm very much looking forward to this series. I enjoyed the first one and am very glad to have a new comic that is not associated with fuTrek.
Jane Kirk . . . are you kidding me?
Can we go any lower than this?
Well maybe . . . how 'bout Abbott and Costello meet Star Trek; no, no, here it is - Godzilla vs. the Enterprise.

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Are you kidding me, Godzilla vs. the Enteperprise would be friggin' awesome! I would read that comic in a heartbeat. IDW even has the Godzilla license so it's not out of the realm of possibility. Hell, they're doing a miniseries where The X-Files crosses over with Ghostbusters, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and Transformers. Personally, I'd say a Star Trek/Godzilla crossover is a lot more plausible than any of those.
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Old February 23 2014, 11:11 PM   #41
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Yeah, how do X-Files and Ghostbusters share a universe? GB is a universe where the existence of the supernatural is an overt, publicly known reality. Even if some insisted on disbelieving the evidence, there would still be abundant documentation of events like the Sta-Puft Marshmallow Man rampage and the relocation of the Statue of Liberty. So it doesn't fit with a world like TXF where the supernatural exists but manages to stay hidden.
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Old February 23 2014, 11:15 PM   #42
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I have no idea how they explain it in the series, I haven't read them myself. I've just seen it on Comixology.
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Old February 24 2014, 12:54 AM   #43
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Well, it's the nature of genre-series crossovers that the rules and histories of the respective universes tend to get bent or ignored in order to make the combination possible. Which is why I consider them to be "imaginary stories" as a rule.
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Old February 24 2014, 02:15 AM   #44
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Well, it's the nature of genre-series crossovers that the rules and histories of the respective universes tend to get bent or ignored in order to make the combination possible. Which is why I consider them to be "imaginary stories" as a rule.
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Old February 24 2014, 02:33 AM   #45
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That crossover is like the one Trek was involved in about 6 months prior. The one comic that is the "master story" has everything as part of a multiverse... with the walls breaking down into the various crossover comics.
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