There’s a branch of Star Trek comics that collectors might have overlooked, and while they are admittedly not the most extraordinary works ever produced, there were almost forty of them, and they were relatively entertaining. My column this week for HeroCollector explores this pocket of Trek comic collecting. What makes them unique is that they weren’t about the characters in Star Trek, but rather the actors who’d portrayed them. They were part of a short-lived craze known as biographical comics, and they were published in the early to mid-1990s by Personality Comics and its Celebrity Comics imprint, along with others from Revolutionary Comics and Pop Entertainment. Read the full article here!