When it comes to Star Trek comic books, John Byrne’s photo comics were among the great joys of IDW’s time at bat. Byrne recombined episode images, modeling the comics after a series of 1970s digests called Star Trek Fotonovels—but one-upping them by innovatively crafting new storylines from existing images rather than merely adapting episodes. The Fotonovel homage, titled Star Trek: New Visions, ran for 22 monthly issues, plus a few one-shots. This week’s column examines how the final batch of stories offered prequels, sequels, and tie-ins to onscreen lore. Read the full article!