Before being tapped to write the Star Trek preview comic <i>Star Trek: Countdown</i> for IDW Publishing with fellow Orci/Kurtzman employee Tim Jones, <b>Mike Johnson</b>'s comic resume was limited to work for DC Comics on their <i>Titans</i> and <i>Superman/Batman</i> comics and a story in their 2008 Halloween special. Johnson and Jones subsequently wrote <i>Star Trek: Nero</i> and the <i>Star Trek: The Official Motion Picture Adaptation</i>. He writes <i>Star Trek</i> Ongoing for IDW, tying into the films set in the alternate reality. <b>Tony Shasteen</b> has been an illustrator and graphic designer since graduating from the Art Institute of Atlanta with a degree in Visual Communications. His work has been featured in publications such as Communication Arts, Playboy, and Spectrum. He lives in the tranquil suburbs of Atlanta with his wife, two sons, and as many cats as possible.
Hot on the heels of another tremendous debut issue, Star Trek: Boldly Go #1 proves that IDW's new Trek titles are forces to be reckoned with. -Newsarama I'm sure you'll agree that this is really rather brilliant. -Flickering Myth -Hot on the heels of another tremendous debut issue, Star Trek: Boldly Go #1 proves that IDW's new Trek titles are forces to be reckoned with.- -Newsarama