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Star Trek Boldly Go #14 (25 Copy Cover)

IDW: November 29, 2017   Writer: Mike Johnson   Art: Josh Hood   Cover: Yoshi Yoshitani  

UPC: 82771401175301441   Diamond ID: SEP170581   GCIN: 982424

'I.D.I.C.' Part 2 of 6! The epic STAR TREK event continues as Kirks, Spocks and crews from multiple parallel universes collide! Infinite Diversity in Infinite Combinations spells infinite danger to all! Bullet points: * Each issue delves into a section of the multiverse-some familiar to Trek fans, some brand new! * Jane T. Kirk returns!

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