As any enthusiastic, detail oriented Trekker would tell you, the DVD and Blu-ray release of J.J. Abrams’ 2009 Star Trek reboot included several deleted scenes that involve villain Nero (Eric Bana) and his crew being caught and imprisoned by the iconic Enterprise adversary the Klingons. The trip to the Tower of Klingon was cut from that movie, but the design of the Klingon getup and the promise of their presence in this newly created Star Trek world was there. Now a new prequel comic for Star Trek Into Darkness is adding fuel to the fire that burns inside those of us who want to see Klingons emerge amongst the many lens flares.



It feels like only yesterday that the Reject HQ crew was sitting just a few feet from Leonard Nimoy as he flirted with Neil’s mother after a mind-blowing screening of Star Trek – a film that surprised everyone by being better than good. Now, we’re waiting to return to the stars. To go where so many audiences have gone before. Unfortunately, that trip is still a ways off. Fortunately, screenwriters Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman were nice to enough to give SFX Magazine an interview where they give word on the project – and it might be word that fans of Khan and Klingons might not want to hear.

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