In 2013, IDW unveiled a five-part miniseries from writer Mike Johnson titled Star Trek: Khan. Illustrated by David Messina, Claudia Balboni, Marina Castelvetro, Luca Lamberti, and Giorgia Sposito, this tale ambitiously set out to explain the different appearances and accents of Khan Noonien Singh in the prime and Kelvin timelines, due to the casting of first Ricardo Montalbán and then Benedict Cumberbatch. Khan and his followers had launched into space almost 240 years before the Kelvin timeline had diverged from the prime one, according to “Space Seed,” so they should have looked the same in both realities, right? Well, yes—and, as shown in the comic, no. Read the full article!