(written from a Production point of view)
Strange New Worlds was a photonovel-style special created by John Byrne and published by IDW Publishing. It uses imagery from Star Trek: The Original Series to present a new story set during the series. It was a sequel story to the second pilot, Where No Man Has Gone Before. Originally meant to be a one-shot release, it led Byrne to create more such stories in the ongoing series Star Trek: New Visions.
- Solicitation blurb
- A special extra-length, one-of-a-kind 'fotonovel' sequel to a beloved classic!
- Years ago, James Kirk saved his ship, but the price was the life of his oldest friend in Starfleet – or was it?
- The crew of the starship ENTERPRISE faces a staggering discovery in a brand-new 'episode' of the original STAR TREK.
Background information Edit
- This story is a direct sequel to "Where No Man Has Gone Before".
- Writer: John Byrne
- John Byrne (photomontage and letter art)
- Editor: Chris Ryall
- STAR TREK created by Gene Roddenberry
- Based on characters created by Samuel A. Peeples
- Dedicated to the talented performers, craftsmen and technicians whose work is represented here
- Special thanks to Risa Kessler and John Van Citters of CBS Consumer Products for their invaluable assistance.
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