Saddle Justice was one of the titles that Bill Gaines started shortly after taking over EC Comics after his father’s unexpected death in 1947 before the publisher went all-in on the comics that would make the company infamous a couple of years later.
Saddle Justice only lasted six issues but still has that distinct cover art style by Johnny Craig and Graham Ingels and others that would soon grace titles such as Tales From The Crypt and Vault of Horror.
In January 2017, Eaglemoss began a line of graphic novels to compile all existing Star Trek comic books from around the world into a single set. As of September 2020, Eaglemoss has released or announced 132 volumes of the series that may get extended to 160 volumes total.
The series compiles not only well known Trek comics series such as the Golden Key or IDW runs of Star Trek, but also includes more obscure comics like British newspaper strips; Tokyopop’s manga version of Star Trek; a run of Star Trek comics in Portuguese that haven’t been previously translated into English; and even the read-along illustrated stories from the Peter Pan Records series from the mid-1970s.