Was reading about IDW's upcoming "The Q Conflict" and wondering about the conspicuous absence of the NX-01 crew. Now this could be for any number of reasons ranging from the story already being overloaded (it has 30 characters on the cover!) to the story not comfortably fitting the NX-01 crew to maybe the Tiptons just not liking Enterprise. We may not know for sure until the series is over (and it's even possible they're a surprise reserved for later in the series). But I ran across this interesting claim in a TrekMovie thread: "It’s a shame about ENTERPRISE not being involved, but unfortunately, Scott Bakula is notorious for not approving likeness rights. [...] Bakula doesn’t like to have people draw him, and it’s in his contract. That’s why there haven’t been any Enterprise comic books."—user Land O'Calrissian (from two separate comments here and here) Can anyone verify this? I've never heard of Bakula having such an issue, and I haven't been able to find any other mention of it so far, which is surprising if he's "notorious" for it. There were Quantum Leap comics back in the day, though I suppose they could be the source of his feelings. But he definitely appears on one cover for Star Trek: Waypoint #4, and Star Trek Timelines uses his likeness in a few different variations. I think he appeared briefly inside the Waypoint issue (in the Porthos story) as well, but I'm not positive. Does anyone know if there's any truth to the Bakula likeness issue? I'd ask on the TrekMovie thread, but it's closed for comments.