The John Byrne Sale Is On From IDW Publishing!

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Published on: September 4, 2013

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Grab half-price IDW comics featuring the work of the legendary John Bryne! The sale begins today and ends on 9/5 at 11pm EST. Don’t miss the chance to check out collections of Next MenAngel, Star Trek and more for a great price! Grab stories set in your favorite worlds, seen through the eyes of a master creator. The John Byrne sale simple can’t be beat!

IDW’s Star Trek: Second Stage continues, as comics icon John Byrne unveils the first-ever Star Trek series of his decades-spanning career! The 1968 TV episode “Assignment Earth” had been the Season Two finale for the original Star Trek series, and was intended by Gene Roddenberry as the pilot for a spin-off series that never came to pass. Now, Byrne delivers the series 40 years after it would have debuted, recounting the adventures of interstellar agent Gary Seven and his Earth-born assistant as they covertly confront threats to the past so that they can save Star Trek’s future. Byrne will both write and draw the series, which steps one year forward with each installment, beginning with 1968, the year that the spin-off series would have appeared.

John Byrne’s Next Men gets re-colored and re-packaged! Starting with the prequel story 2112, strap yourself in for a wild ride as the members of Project Next Men are thrust into our world and left to their own (super-powered) devices.

In Europe, war ravages nations, but a greater darkness than human conflict calls Angel back across the ocean from his distant home in America – bodies of combatants found drained of blood, and signs of an ancient evil once more abroad in the world. Writer/artist John Byrne tells an untold tale of Angel’s WWI exploits!

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