I think my head just exploded, but I'm not sure if that's in excitement, or to protect me from what could well be a crushing disappointment. For years, ardent Trek and Who fans have written all sorts of speculative fiction crossing over the universes of Doctor Who and Star Trek. Some of them you could even read before 9pm at night. In 2012, it appears that all this will come to fruition with an official comic crossover. Bleeding Cool reports on the move, which will apparently be officially announced at the Gallifrey One convention next week. IDW will publish a crossover comic that mixes Doctor Who and Star Trek: The Next Generation characters, with the current Matt Smith Doctor Who cast utilised. [Bleeding Cool]
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