Star Trek Comics has unveiled the latest starship, which some might not be aware of.
IDW Publishing has released a new Star Trek comic. It features fan-favorite characters and a brand-new ship, The Starship Theseus. Ramon Rosanas, an artist, unveiled this. StarNew American Pie Movie In Development At Universal Trek has seen a lot of changes, including new shows, content, and ideas. IDW’s Star Trek Comic by Collin Kelly and Jackson Lanzing promises to be no exception.
The series will feature Deep Space Nine’s, Benjamin Sisko. Sisko has just returned from his time as a prophet in the Bajoran Wormhole. Sisko and his crew and a group of familiar faces discover that something is killing the gods. They set out to stop it. Sisko is given command over the USS Theseus to accomplish this mission. Theseus, a Greek hero with godly powers, was sent by the gods to kill monsters and do great deeds. Sisko and his crew are similar to him.
Ramon Rosanas posted his design for Theus on Twitter. The new Starfleet ship is seen departing spacedock. This is a first-of-its-kind image. It is a smaller ship with a squared-off design reminiscent of the USS Excelsior or other older ships. However, it still cuts an impressive figure while it glides through space. The Theseus’s warp nucleus is attached to the saucer section, unlike other Starfleet vessels. The name sets this vessel apart from all other ships fans have ever seen.
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As Jackson Lanzing confirmed via a response on Twitter, Theseus was chosen by the creative team to pay homage to “The Ship of Theseus,” -a concept that was first introduced by Plutarch (and explained later in Wandavisionby Synthezoid Vision)– which asks listeners to reflect on the nature of identity. The parable shows the famous ship of Theseus slowly decaying, and new planks are added over time. The question is: Does it look different from the famous ship of Theseus? Although all its parts are new, the boat looks the same as when Theseus built it. The same thought experiment could also be used in Star Trek to humans. Cells grow and replace themselves.
Star Trek is a successful franchise. Creator Gene Roddenberry was notoriously strict about what could and couldn’t be displayed in his utopian visions of the future. The franchise continued to grow and change after his death. The franchise’s vision was expanded by spin-offs such as Deep Space Nine. New movies, comics, and series ushered in a new era of diversity in stories and characters. Newer ones replaced the old planks from Star Trek. Star Trek is still there. Many Star Trek fans will argue whether the franchise has changed from the 1960s technicolor universe or is still the same.
Benjamin Sisko assembled a Starfleet crew from both old and new Starfleet officers. The creative team for Star Trek from IDW Publishing promised that the comic would be an Avengers-style crossover series. Maybe Theseus will offer a chance for Star Trek fans to see some old planks remade.
Starting in October, Star Trek #1 will be available in comic shops and online retailers.