Alien Spotlight: Andorians
Written by Paul Storrie, art by Leonard O'Grady, covers by Zach Howard and O'Grady.
In the vast Star Trek universe, many diverse alien races abound, and now they finally get their due! Continuing a series of one-shots, each by a different creative team and featuring a different Star Trek alien race. Now, the spotlight shines on the Andorians. In the issue written by Paul Storrie, Andorian Ortees Shared, a Commander in Starfleet Intelligence, returns to his homeworld while on leave and finds himself in the midst of mistrust and deception, and is captured by a renegade commander of the "True Heirs of Andor."Year Four #5
Written by David Tischman, art by Steve Conley, covers by Conley and Joe Corroney.
The U.S.S. Enterprise is dispatched to observe a Quark Gluon Plasma experiment at the Gemini Science Station -- in orbit between two suns -- in an effort to learn more about the beginning of the universe. But the formation of a black hole from the experiment's outcome means eminent danger for Spock and Dr. McCoy who are stranded on the debilitated science station.
Klingons: Blood Will Tell omnibus
Writtn by Scott Tipton, art by David Messina, cover by Joe Corroney.
There are two sides to every argument, and this special collection looks at some of the most famous encounters between the United Federation of Planets and the Klingon Empire -- from the Klingon perspective! Star Trek fans are used to the Klingons responding with "swift and blinding violence," and now the creative team that brought you Angel: Auld Lang Syne will show us why. Also includes a cover gallery by series artist David Messina and variant cover artist Joe Corroney, as well as the Klingons: Blood Will Tell #1: Klingon Language variant edition and Tipton's original, untranslated script, too.
November's Alien Spotlight issue was previously announced being on the Borg, so looks like they're rejigging the release order for that series.