We’re into the final weeks of 2017 already, and there are no less than twelve new Star Trek publications due out before the year is up — from the continuing journey of the Kelvin Timeline crew to Admiral Riker and the USS Titan and more — plus even more coming to print as we head into 2018.

Here’s your rundown of all the Star Trek you can add to your bookshelf in the coming months!

1IDW’s Star Trek: Waypoint Collection (November 28)

IDW Publishing has collected the series spanning six-issue comic series into a new 160-page paperback trade; be sure and check out all of our reviews from this title if you missed them.

2Star Trek: Titan — Fortune of War (November 28)

David Mack returns to print one final time in 2017 with the newest adventure of the USS Titan crew, as Admiral Riker and his team revisit the secrets of the long-deceased Husnock race, introduced to Trek canon in TNG’s “The Survivors.”

3Star Trek: Prometheus — Fire with Fire (November 28)

The first English-language publication of the Prometheus novel trilogy, first released to German audiences in 2016 by Cross Cult Publishing, arrives in the US from publisher Titan Books and is a sequel to the 2014 novel miniseries “The Fall.”

4Star Trek: Discovery Official Collector’s Edition (November 28)

Titan Magazines, the publisher of the official Star Trek Magazine, has collected a series of Discovery cast interviews – along with the Discovery concept art featured on tour this summer – into a collectible magazine available now in a 96-page hardcover format.

5IDW’s Star Trek: Discovery #1 (November 29)

IDW Publishing’s first chapter of the Star Trek: Discovery comic tie-in series, “The Light of Kahless,” arrives this week and centers around the now-deceased T’Kuvma and the Klingon Empire in the years leading up to “The Vulcan Hello.”

6IDW’s Star Trek: Boldly Go #14 (November 29)

The continuing Kelvin Timeline comic storyline keeps moving forward with “I.D.I.C., Part 2,” the second in a six-part story arc where Captains Kirk and Starships Enterprise from different folds of the multiverse converge for one big adventure.

7The Art of Star Trek: The Kelvin Timeline (December 5)

This long-awaited, trilogy-spanning, Star Trek Kelvin Timeline behind-the-scenes reference book finally hits stores in December, bringing with it imagery and production secrets from 2009’s Star Trek, 2013’s Star Trek Into Darkness, and 2016’s Star Trek Beyond.

8IDW’s Star Trek: Mirror Broken #5 (December 6)

The next chapter in Scott and David Tipton’s Next Generation-centric Mirror Universe comic arrives: with the newly stolen I.S.S. Enterprise-D caught between the forces of the Klingon-Cardassian Alliance and a trio of Imperial warships, Jean-Luc Picard finds himself in unexpected territory.

NOTE: The release date for Mirror Broken #6 has not yet been announced.

9IDW’s Star Trek: New Visions #19 (December 13)

John Byrne’s ongoing Original Series photonovel comic continues with “The Hunger,” a tale about an alien force from the outer edges of the galaxy which has learned of the banquet of populous planets near the heart of the Milky Way, and is heading there at terrifying speed… with only the Enterprise standing in its way.

10IDW’s Star Trek: Boldly Go #15 (December 20)

“I.D.I.C” continues in the third chapter of this cross-universe tale, as the mastermind behind the colliding realities is revealed! Can the multiple Kirks and their crews unite in time to save all of their universes? Find out in this issue!

11IDW’s Star Trek: Discovery #2 & #3 (December 27)

The Light of Kahless continues at the end of December with two issues of the ongoing Star Trek: Discovery comic series scheduled for the final Wednesday of the year.

Note that this date may be tentative and Issue #3 may be yet rescheduled.

12IDW’s Star Trek: New Adventures Volume 4 (January 16)

If you’ve been collecting the trade paperback sets of IDW’s Kelvin Timeline comics, here’s the next addition to the series with comic issues #35 – 47 reprinted in one book, covering the storylines “The Q Gambit,” “Behemoth,” “Eurydice,” and “The Tholian Webs.”

13IDW’s Star Trek: Boldly Go #16 (January 31)

Chapter 4 of “I.D.I.C.” arrives in January: The epic voyage through the Star Trek multiverse continues, as the villain behind it all is revealed… and their vendetta against Captain Kirk threatens to end all realities!

14IDW’s Star Trek: Discovery #4 (January 31)

The fourth and final chapter of The Light of Kahless concludes, as Klingon leader T’Kuvma embraces his destiny and fights to unite the many Houses of the Klingon Empire… ultimately leading to epic conflict with the Federation!

15IDW’s Star Trek: New Visions Volume 6 (January 31)

Issues 15-17 of John Byrne’s photonovel series arrives in a new paperback collection, which includes  “The Traveler,” “Time Out of Joint,” and “All the Ages Frozen.”

16Star Trek: Discovery — Drastic Measures (February 6)

Dayton Ward’s first foray in to the world of Star Trek: Discovery comes in the form of Drastic Measures, the second novel in the DSC print line, hitting stores right near the end of the show’s first season. Set ten years before “The Vulcan Hello,” Drastic Measures centers on the crisis at Federation colony Tarsus IV.

17IDW’s Star Trek: Boldly Go #17 (February 28)

The penultimate chapter of the “I.D.I.C.” storyline arrives with an ominous cover filled with multiversal variants of our Starfleet heroes… and inside the pages of this comic, the the villain behind it all now threatens to wipe out all realities!

18IDW’s Star Trek: New Visions #20 (February 28)

John Byrne’s New Visions series hits its landmark 20th issue with “Isolation,” where Kirk and crew find themselves trapped on empty versions of the Enterprise. Captain Kirk has found himself all alone on the Enterprise before — but what happens when each individual member of the crew finds themselves in a similar state?

19Star Trek: The Next Generation Cats (March 27)

The 24th Century sequel to illustrator Jenny Park’s hit Star Trek Cats from earlier this spring arrives, where the feline fun has moved ahead to the crew of the Enterprise-D.

20Star Trek: Voyager — Architects of Infinity (March 27)

Author Kirsten Beyer’s been busy in the Star Trek: Discovery writers room for the last year, but she makes her return to the Trek print world in her follow-up to 2016’s A Pocket Full of Lies.

As the Starship Voyager continues to lead the Full Circle Fleet in its exploration of the Delta Quadrant, Admiral Janeway remains concerned about the Krenim Imperium and its ability to rewrite time to suit its whims. Janeway hopes that digging into an old-fashioned scientific mystery will lift the crews’ morale, but she soon realizes that the secrets buried on this world may be part of a much larger puzzle — one that points to the existence of a species whose power to reshape the galaxy might dwarf that of the Krenim.

21IDW’s Star Trek: Discovery — The Light of Kahless (May 8)

The trade reprint of the full Light of Kahless comic miniseries will be available from IDW in May, and is already available for preorder for those of you looking to add this to your collection in one paperback set.

22Star Trek: Prometheus — The Root of All Rage (May 29)

The second Prometheus novel arrives in English. From the publisher’s description:

A dangerous evil is flourishing in the Alpha Quadrant. In the Lembatta Cluster, a curious region of space, fanatics who call themselves the Purifying Flame are trying to start a galactic war, and the warlike Klingons are baying for blood. The Federation have sent the U.S.S. Prometheus to settle the crisis, and the crew must contend with both the hostile Renao: the secretive inhabitants of the Cluster, and the Klingon captain of the I.K.S Bortas, who is desperate for war.

23IDW’s Star Trek: New Visions Volume 7 (August 7)

The next three issues of John Byrne’s series — “What Pain it is to Drown,” “The Hunger,” and “Isolation” — are collected in this next paperback reprint due out in late Summer 2018.

Look for our reviews of many of these books and comics over the next months!