We're excited to finally reveal the cover for Geek #5! As you might expect, it's pretty Trek-focused, but we've got lots of other great non-Trek content packed into this issue as well.
Look for it on shelves (officially, but some places might have it out sooner) on February 5th!
The Once and Future Trek
A panel of the ultimate Treksperts discuss the past, present and future of the Star Trek franchise as the countdown Into Darkness continues.
Artist Jolene Nenibah Yazzie embraces and confronts Native American culture.
Ready for Launch
Visual effects expert Bill George’s virtual Sci-Fi Air Show brings famous spacecraft down to Earth.
A Red Star Rises
Christian Gossett’s acclaimed sci-fi/fantasy saga returns with a new tale.
A Science Officer Speaks
For JPL flight director Bobak Ferdowsi, Star Trek led the way to the final frontier.
An Alien World on Earth?
The Ice Caves of Erebus may hold the secret to finding off-world life.
When it comes to scientists poking around Antarctica and reviving mysterious organisms, a certain film series always comes to mind. The lesson? Let frozen aliens lie.
Undercover Tee Chic
It sometimes pays to keep your geek cred on the down low.
I Walk with the Zombies
As season three is about to reanimate, The Walking Dead executive producer Gale Anne Hurd’s life-long fascination with the unusual continues to pay off big.
The science-powered performance group Omega Recoil amps up their shows with plenty of Tesla magic.
Plus, we’ve got all of our regular departments, covering the world of science and technology, gaming, television, toys and collectibles, and tons more. We also have a stack of new reviews and some rants that include a bit about what we SHOULD be expecting from the next Star Wars movie.