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Written by Mike Carey, art by Tyler Kirkham, cover by Greg Land.

The Thanos saga continues! Last issue saw Mr. Fantastic square off one-on-one with Thanos for the Cosmic Cube -- so who now holds the deadly weapon? Why have the Human Torch and Invisible Girl undergone a horrifying transformation? And will the Thing survive his encounter with the never-before-seen third child of Thanos?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Warren Ellis, pencils and cover by Cary Nord.

Continuing the ultimate collision between Iron Man and the Hulk! Who is Peter Wisdom, and what does he want with Tony Stark and Bruce Banner? And why can't either hero tap into the powers of their alter egos?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Orson Scott Card, pencils and cover by Pasqual Ferry.

It's the final issue of the second half of the ultimate origin of Iron Man! Why is Tony Stark clashing with the U.S. government? Who is Whiplash?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Brian Michael Bendis, pencils and cover by Stuart Immonen.

Guest-starring the X-Men! Now that one of Peter Parker's fellow students has been exposed as a mutant, the struggle for their heart and mind is on! Magneto, Master of Magnetism, claims the new mutant as his own, but the X-Men aren't about to let that stand! It's a battle royale that rages across the city with the web-slinger caught in the middle! The finale to "Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends!"

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Robert Kirkman, pencils and cover by Salvador Larroca.

On the cover, is that Stryfe and Onslaught? Apocalypse's endgame is revealed as the beleaguered X-Men mount a last-ditch attack to save the world! Meanwhile, two more monstrous threats rear their ugly heads to ensure the young mutants' downfall! It's dark times for the X-Men.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Jeph Loeb, art and cover by Joe Madureira and Christian Lichtner.

Who rules the Savage Land? Who could possibly challenge Magneto's authority? How about the Ultimates with special guest Wolverine! Plus: back in NYC, the Wasp makes a discovery that will change everything! The most-talked-about series from superstars Jeph Loeb, Joe Madureira and Christian Lichtner charges toward Ultimatum!

32 pages, $2.99.



Written by Bob Gale, pencils and cover by Phil Jimenez, variant covers by Adi Granov.

Brand New Day continues. What starts as a petty theft from a local Soup Kitchen turns into a chase that results in the birth of a brand-freaking-new Spidey villain. Plus: more JJJ! More Daily Bugle -- oops, DB! Repercussions from the actions of new villain, Menace! Curt Connors!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Bob Gale, pencils and covers by Phil Jimenez, variant covers by Adi Granov.

More as Spidey battles the threat of Freak and his personal life falls apart around him.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by David Lapham, pencils and cover by Tony Harris.

Amazing Fantasy #15 introduced us to Spider-ManŠand as it said in those pages, "As his first TV spectacular ends, Peter Parker breathes the first sweet scent of fame and success!" Now for the first time ever, explore the story of Peter's heady days and sleepless nights living the celebrity life! As a wrestling superstar, show-stopping sensation and major moneymaker, this dweeb's hit it big! But even before being forced to discover that with great power must come great responsibility, will the ol' Parker luck rear its ugly head? How could it not?

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Tom DeFalco, pencils and cover by Ron Frenz.

"Betrayed!" Part 2 of 2 Circumstances compel Spider-Girl to join forces with the most unlikely ally of all--The Hobgoblin!

32 pages, $2.99.



Written by Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning, penciled by Tom Raney, cover by Aleksi Briclot.

Can anyone stop Ultron? How did the evil android unite with the Phalanx? What are his secret plans? And have any of our desperate and divided heroes survived to fight back?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Stan Lee and Dwyane McDuffie, art by Don Heck and John Doe, cover by Art Adams.

The Avengers break up! Faced with an unstoppable enemy, Earth's Mightiest Heroes are fragmented and very nearly destroyed in another thrilling Stan Lee/Don Heck yarn from the House of Ideas! Featuring: the incredible, the inconceivable, the incalculable menace ofŠImmortus! Plus: new Avengers adventures!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by C.B. Cebulski, pencils by Joao Lemos, cover by Claire Wendling.

The critically-acclaimed line of Marvel Fairy Tales continues with a coming-of-age tale inspired by the timeless classic Peter Pan! When Wanda and Pietro are swept away to Neverland by the boy who never grows up, they find themselves pulled into a situation beyond their wildest dreams. However, as fairies and lost boys become locked in battle with a vicious pirate captain and his crew, the two children must accept that sometimes fantasy is not always an escape from reality. See Captain America, Iron Man, Thor and the rest of the Avengers as readers have never seen them before!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Dan Slott and Christos Gage, pencils and cover by Stefano Caselli.

"Killed in Action," part 4 of 4. "Worst Case Scenario." By now you know who KIA is, what he wants, and who he's killed. Initiative regulars, new recruits, and big name characters: no one's been safe. And that's never been more true than here at the bitter end. Join what's left of the Initiative as they and the Mighty Avenges try to stop their greatest threat.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Reginald Hudlin, penciled by Francis Portela, cover by Dave Wilkins.

"Back to Africa." Out of the frying pan...into the fire! Their fantastic adventures in the interdimensional superhighway complete, the Wakandan Royal couple at last return to Wakanda -- only to find home is anything but sweet. With serious strife tearing apart his court, and one of the Panther's greatest foes waiting to strike, is it too late for T'Challa to regain control of his kingdom?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Ed Brubaker, pencils by Steve Epting and Butch Guice, cover by Epting.

The second act of the Death of Captain America comes to its shocking conclusion! The new Captain America fights the Red Skull's minions with Black Widow at his side and chaos erupting all around them! Meanwhile, Sharon Carter, still under the control of Dr. Faustus, makes a horrifying discovery about the next stage of the Skull's plans!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Brian Reed, penciled by Lee Weeks, cover by Ed McGuinness.

The end is here. The truth of Mar-Vell's trip to the future is revealed once and for all. The last chapter of Captain Marvel's saga to light as the Secret Invasion begins.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Paul Jenkins, J. Michael Straczynski and Mark Millar, art by Ramon Bachs, Steve Lieber, Ron Garney and Steve McNiven, cover by Michael Turner.

Experience Civil War and its major tie-ins chronological order! The landscape of the Marvel Universe is changing, and it's time to choose: Whose side are you on? In Civil War: Front Line #9, the betrayer among the Marvel heroes stands revealed, as war with Atlantis seems inevitable! And Speedball comes face-to-face with his accuser! In Amazing Spider-Man #537, Spider-Man embarks on what very well might be the most important offensive of the Civil War that's rocking the Marvel Universe. And in Civil War #6, Captain America's depleted forces have determined the secret of File 42, setting them on a last-ditch collision course with Iron Man and the Pro-Registration heroes! It's the beginning f the battle of the century -- a conflict in which virtually every superhuman on Earth will be forced to choose a side to fight on! Collecting Civil War: Front Line #9, Amazing Spider-Man #537 and Civil War #6.

72 pages, $4.99.


Written, pencils and cover by Alan Davis.

As Rory and Pandora begin to learn the storied history of their clan, including their centuries-ago first encounter with the Inhumans, Griff and the Omegans move to insure that the eternal family will have no future!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Ed Brubaker, penciled by Mike Perkins cover by Marko Djurdjevic.

Reeling from the events of last issue, Matt Murdock struggles to come to grips with all the things we can't tell you about because they would spoil the ending of the previous arc. Drifting into anger and depression, Daredevil stalks the streets of Hell's Kitchen, looking for bad guys to take it out on...but is he really just taking it out on himself?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Mark Millar, penciled and cover by Bryan Hitch.

"World's Greatest," part 2. A first look at mankind's new home. Also, the Torch gets nekkid with a super-villain.

32 pages $2.99.


Written by Marc Sumerak and Chris Eliopoulos, art and cover by Eliopoulos.

Spring is finally here! The snow is thawing, the days are getting longer, and Franklin Richards is destroying everything in his superhero father's secret lab. (Wait...that last part happens every season!) Franklin Richards comes in like a lion this March in five new tales filled with doohickeys and destruction...and it'll once again be up to his robot pal H.E.R.B.I.E. to handle the spring cleaning after the damage is done! This special one-shot is gonna make the Fantastic Four wish they had gone on a long vacation...

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Jason Aaron, art by Roland Boschi, cover by Marko Djurdjevic.

Hell-bent, and heaven bound part 2 of 4. In a tiny town in the middle of nowhere, Johnny Blaze's quest for vengeance continues when he faces off with a group of nurses who are armed to the teeth and looking to violate their Hippocratic Oath six ways to Sunday. Plus we meet a young cop named Kowalski who runs into a bit of trouble of his own while researching his town's strange proclivity for deadly car accidents.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Jeph Loeb, pencils and cover by Ed McGuinness, variant cover by Marko Djurdjevic.

The Hulk vs. The Abomination!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Greg Pak and Fred Van Lente, art by Khoi Pham, cover by Art Adams, variant cover by Marko Djurdjevic.

Hercules vs. Ares, locked in final combat! Amadeus Cho vs. all of S.H.I.E.L.D.! And the bad news is...Amadeus Cho is winning!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Greg Pak, pencils by Leonard Kirk and Rafa Sandoval, cover by Jim Cheung.

In the slave pits of Sakaar, the Warbound swore to stand by each other to the very end. And through the terrible battles of Planet Hulk and World War Hulk, they kept their promise. But today, as the Leader's nefarious plan unfolds, a hero breaks the unbreakable oath. And the lives of thousands hang in the balance beneath the deadly dome of Gammaworld. Will the Brood break? Will Korg crack? Will Elloe explode? Will Hiroim... will Hiroim...Hm. I got nothing folks. But buy this book!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Dwayne McDuffie, pencils by Salva Espin, cover by John Romita Jr.

The newly sentient Chrysler Building is sick of the rat race and planning to leave the city. Can Damage Control convince the Art Deco treasure that New York is its home?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Matt Fraction, art by David Aja.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Daniel Knauf and Charles Knauf, penciled by Roberto De La Torre, cover by Gerald Parel.

"Red Rain," part 1. The Mandarin will go to any length to release the Extremis virus into the populace, effectively committing genocide. But while he works his mind tricks to gain top-secret info, Tony Stark and his fellow S.H.I.E.L.D. leaders are confined under house arrest, helpless to stop him. While the authorities treat Tony as Public Enemy #1, he remains the only person who can prevent humankind's destruction. Find out how he fights back!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Joe Casey, pencils by Jim Muniz, cover by Steve McNiven.

At long last, the team book you've been waiting for! The return of the Defenders! (no trademark infringement here!) And look who's on the team: The mutant Colossus! The sensational She-Hulk! The unpredicatable Blazing Skull! An all-new lineup led by the enigmatic Nighthawk! Injected into the heart of the modern Marvel Universe, the Defenders have been reformed to serve a specific policital purpose...but is there a greater destiny in store for this crew?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Marc Guggenheim, Christos Gage, Amanda McMurray and Rich Koslowki, penciled by Dave Wilkins, Joyce Chin, Roy Allen Martinez and Andrea DiVito, cover by Jim Cheung.

What is Vanguard -- and why does Blade want to kill Detective Stacy Dolan? Meanwhile, Namor confronts the ghosts of his past -- and vice versa! All that, plus the conclusion of the Savage Land epic, and U.S. Agent delves deeper into the secrets of Weapon Omega.

48 pages, $3.99.


Written by Michael Hoskin, Stuart Vandal, Anthony Flamini and Eric J. Moreels, penciled by Eliot R. Brown, cover by Staz Johnson.

Your only guide to Marvel's Earth concludes! Antarctica, Africa, the Middle East, and North, Central and South America are highlighted as the Marvel Atlas plans your trip to Wakanda, Atlantis, the Savage Land, Sky Island and the U.S.A. (home of a super hero or two)! Visit the realms of the Black Panther, the Initiative, Omega Flight, the Sub-Mariner, Ka-Zar and more -- brought to you in vivid life through the renderings of Brown.

64 pages, $3.99.


Written by Brian Michael Bendis, pencils and cover by Mark Bagley.

Iron Man and the Sentry are stuck in the past with none other than Doctor Doom. Any interaction with anything or anyone could jeopardize the future of the Marvel Universe! Can Tony Stark trust Victor Von Doom to help get them back to the present before the Sentry has a complete meltdown? Guest starring the Fantastic Four's ever-lovin' blue-eyed Thing!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Brian Michael Bendis, pencils by Mark Bagley, cover by Frank Cho.

Get ready to see an Avengers/Doctor Doom knock-down drag-out! And an ending readers have never seen in the history of Doom! All this and the Secret Invasion!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Brian Reed, pencils by Adriano Melo, cover by Greg Horn.

The 25th issue is super-sized! Is Ms. Marvel on the front lines of the Secret Invasion... or is she part of the invasion?

48 pages, $3.99.


Written by Mike Benson, art by Mark Texeira, cover by Arthur Suydam.

"God and Country," part 3. Killing someone who deserves it is easy. The alternative -- it takes years of training, mountains of resolve. Moon Knight knows this fact intimately -- and he's about to face his stiffest test. See, Carson Knowles knows a thing or two about self-restraint himself, but he's just snapped. The genie is out of the bottle -- and it's ugly. Enter: Black Spectre.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Paul Jenkins, art and cover by Paolo Rivera.

Mythos revisits Steve Rogers' transformation from a weakling with a heart of steel to the Sentinel of Liberty!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Brian Michael Bendis, art and cover by David Mack..

The Secret Invasion is here! A major story in the life of Echo! Have the Skrulls infiltrated the Avengers? Is Maya Lopez the only one with proof? Will she live to tell the tale? All this and a major Avengers hook up!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Kevin Grevioux, penciled by Paco Medina, cover by Nic Klein.

What is Night Thrasher doing while the New Warriors are trussing up super-villains? Where is he when his teammates are training hard for their next mission? And why is their leader nowhere to be found when the team is evading the clutches of the N.Y.P.D. Costumed Division? Night Thrasher reveals his plan to the New Warriors, but after his frequent disappearances, do they trust him?

32 pages, $2.99.

NOVA #11

Written by Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning, penciled by Paul Pelletier, cover by Alex Maleev.

Rocketing from the pages of Annihilation: Conquest, a new story begins, featuring the debut of new cover artist Alex Maleev and new interior artist Paul Pelletier. Nova finally reaches the end of his questŠbut will his techno infection take him out before a surprise guest-star can attempt to save the day?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Jonathan Lethem with Karl Rusnak, art by Farel Dalyrmple and Paul Hornschemeier.

Twin funerals deepen and darken the saga of young Alex Island and his mysterious protector, Omega The Unknown. Also in this issue: Alex goes to college! And we get a glimpse of some genuine panels from the comic-within-a-comic, The Unparalleled Mink, by a special guest artist.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Matt Fraction, pencils and cover by Barry Kitson.

California's premier super-team! Superstars! Heroes! Moving targets? The sinister M.A.N. from S.H.A.D.O.W. clearly has devious plans for the super heroes of the Sunshine StateŠor he just wants them dead. Now, after squaring off against Soviet super-soldiers, zobos, the Black Dahlias girl gang, giant monsters, eviction from their headquarters, and their own performance issues, the worst is about to begin!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Fred Van Lente, penciled by Gurihiru and Colleen Coover, cover by Gurihiru.

Alex, Julie, Jack, and Katie Power are just four regular kids, but in twenty-four hours, they're going to have to escape alien abduction, learn how to use their bizarre new super powers, rescue their parents from an intergalactic tyrant, and save Earth from total destruction! The origin of Marvel's premiere kid super-team establishes a new continuity for the Pack!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Matt Fraction, art by Howard Chaykin, cover by Alex Maleev.

"Misfits," part 2 of 2. Stuart Clarke has found himself in the unlikely and unenviable position of becoming The Punisher's weapons-master, sidekick, and partner. He was once known as Rampage­when he combated the classic Los Angeles superteam The Champions. He was once a weapons designer for Sunset Bain -- when he designed the War Machine armor. And he ended up a prisoner on The Raft -- one that escaped during The Breakout. The two constants in his completely insane life have been his absolute brilliance, and his utter hatred of Tony Stark. And now, in his way, he too is a victim of Frank Castle. Take a look inside the life and times of this very special madman.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Peter David, penciled by Shawn Moll, cover by Mike Deodato.

She-Hulk's quest to re-discover her inner hero takes her back to her old law firm and back to face Tony Stark when an innocent bystander from her previous mission finds himself wrongly accused for murder. Can she put the past behind her?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by J. Michael Straczynski, art by Marko Djurdjevic, covers by Djurdjevic and Oliver Coipel.

Part two of a two-part arc sees the mighty Thor ruling over a newly glorious Asgard and all its people! But what danger has risen on the horizon of its American heartland surroundings? And how will Thor equip himself to face it?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Warren Ellis, penciled by Mike Deodato, cover by Marko Djurdjevic.

It's all-out war inside a locked-down Thunderbolts Mountain, where a team of rogue psychics are twisting the minds of the field team. Venom's on the loose, the Swordsman has reverted to the crimes of his father, Norman Osborn is losing it...but the psychics have already written off one Thunderbolt, and completely forgotten about another...

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by J. Michael Straczynski, penciled by Chris Weston, cover by Kaare Andrews.

How will your now-elderly family react when you return to them after an absence of 63 years? That's the crisis of the soul faced by Mister E, and an emotional confrontation that shines a spotlight on secrets about his past and heritage. Plus, the origin of the Fiery Mask! And golden age Zombies!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Brian Reed, pencils by Harvey Talibao, cover by Jim Cheung.

Wiccan & Speed: The Lost Boys. You're Wiccan, the Young Avengers' resident warlock. Your mother is one of the most reviled, misunderstood mutants in history: Wanda Maximoff, A.K.A. the Scarlet Witch, who's been M.I.A. for months. Even though you've never met her, she's been haunting your dreams lately...With your super-fast twin brother Speed in tow, you set out to find her, unaware that someone else is looking for Wanda, as well. A demon with a mountain-sized grudge against the Scarlet Witch: Master Pandemonium! And guess what? If Pandemonium can't find Wanda to destroy her, he'll happily!

32 pages, $2.99.



Written by Paul Tobin, art by David Hahn, cover by Tom Grummett.

Reed Richards. Ever absent-minded. When the Fantastic Four helps to raise money for a block renovation, Reed runs an "I'll fix anything!" booth, and in between putting booster rockets on mopeds and laser cannons in wristwatches, he sort of, you know, accidentally fixes the Mad Thinker's android. Now it's the Mad Thinker and his Awesome Android versus the Fantastic Four and some toasters.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Paul Benjamin, art by David Nakayama, cover by Juan Santacruz.

Bruce Banner's old friend, Dr. Leonard Samson, is now a gamma-powered strongman working with Betty Ross to cure Bruce. But what dark secret will push Bruce over the edge? See: Hulk battle the green-haired goliath, Doc Samson! Thrill: as Bruce is reunited with the love of his life, Betty Ross! Cringe: As Rick Jones gives Doc Samson a piece of his mind! Witness: Monkey on the psychiatrist's couch!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Fred Van Lente, art by Graham Nolan, cover by Francis Tsai.

The Living Laser is back, and having merged with the aurora borealis, he's laying waste to the Great White North. Iron Man had better call in the cavalry! No, better yet--Canada's greatest super heroes, Alpha Flight!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Marc Sumerak, art by Ig Guara, cover by Leonard Kirk.

The Avengers take a walk on the wild side as they go toe-to-toe--and claw-to-claw with the savage Sabretooth! Hope you all have current passports, heroes, because this adventure is going to take you deep into the heart of the African jungle...and right into the heart of the mysterious nation known as Wakanda! (Looks like Sabretooth isn't the only cat about to cross the Avengers' paths...)

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Marc Sumerak, penciled by Ale Garza, cover by Sean Gordon Murphy.

They say the best defense is a good offense and Peter Parker doesn't find anyone more offensive than Midtown High's biggest bully, Flash Thompson! When Peter starts taking self-defense classes, he figures he can finally stand up to Flash without giving away his secret life as the Amazing Spider-Man. Too bad the Taskmaster has other plans for our webbed wonder...

32 pages, $2.99.

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Written by Ed Brubaker, pencils and cover by Michael Choi.

"Divided We Stand," part 2 of 3. Cyclops and Emma Frost adventure to the strangest land of all ­ San Francisco. The city has transformed into a bizarre version of itself circa 1968, complete with VW Bugs, flower power and hippies as far as the eye can see. Will they be able to lure Angel back to reality? Or will they succumb to their groovy desires and embrace the love generation forever? Also, Colossus (with Wolverine and Nightcrawler in tow) returns to Mother Russia!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Mike Carey, pencils by Billy Tan and Scot Eaton, cover by David Finch.

Fresh off their run on Messiah Complex, Carey, Tan and Eaton take on two of mutantkind's most iconic figures as well as some of the most important moments in X-Men history.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Duane Swierczynski, pencils and cover by Ariel Olivetti, variant cover by Rob Liefeld.

"Arms," part 1. A new ongoing series spinning out of the decade's biggest X-Men event! The future of mutantkind starts here! "Messiah CompleX" changed the X-Men forever. But no one's world has been rocked as hard as Cable, the time-traveling mutant from the future. He's been charged with the one mission that could save all of mutantkind -- or, if he fails, damn it to extinction. And hot on his trail is a relentless enemy who won't stop until blood is spilled. No matter whereŠor whenŠCable runs.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Peter David, penciled by Valentine De Landro, cover by Glenn Fabry.

"The Only Game in Town," part 2. How can X-Factor be the defenders of Mutant Town when their little piece of the world is hemorrhaging its population? Combine that with Rahne already being gone and Rictor having one foot out the door, and Madrox's team finds itself at its lowest point. Unfortunately, since they're the last mutant team standing and the only game in town, that puts them squarely in the crosshairs of one of the X-Men's oldest and deadliest foes.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Christopher Yost and Craig Kyle, pencils by Clayton Crain, covers by Crain and Travis Charest.

With one of their own already fallen, X-Force is out for blood. More blood. And they'll stop at nothing to bring an end to the Purifiers' plan to resurrect one of the X-Men's greatest foesŠ It's all-out war, with no quarter asked -- and none given.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Chris Claremont, pencils by Tom Grummett, cover by Michael Golden.

"The Panther's Vengeance," part 3 of 4. On an Earth ravaged almost a half-century ago by a brutal storm of meteors, the first mission of the New Exiles has turned into a madcap exercise in survival against increasingly deadly adversaries. In the heart of the Central African desert, Rogue learns the identity of Gambit's parents and the truth about his origin. At the same time, Sabretooth and Psylocke try to deal with the apparent loss of Mystiq while preparing to embark on a search and rescue mission to recover Rogue, unaware that they've already been caught up in an enemy's cunning and deadly web. Instead of a rescue, this new team of Exiles may be heading straight for disaster.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Fred Van Lente, penciled by Andrea Di Vito, cover by Salvador Espin.

Return to the early days of the all-new, all-different, X-Men for all-new solo adventures of Wolverine and Kitty Pryde! The next generation of students has arrived at Xavier's School--Colossus, Storm, Nightcrawler, and the mysterious Wolverine--and with them, new teaching methods. Professor X pairs up green recruit Kitty Pryde with the been-everywhere, done-everything vet Logan, and neither of them are all that happy about it. But unless they learn to work together, neither of them will come back from their first mission together alive!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Jason Aaron, pencils and cover by Ron Garney.

In the aftermath of "Messiah CompleX," Wolverine's quest for vengeance continues, taking him from the desolate hills of Afghanistan to the war-torn streets of Baghdad. Along the way, with his quarry throwing more and more innocents into the line of fire, Wolverine must ask himself: just how much collateral damage can he live with?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Daniel Way, pencils by Steve Dillon, cover by Simone Biachni.

"The Deep End," part 3 of 5. Wolverine just will not die! Now, this is really no big surprise to Deadpool, but it is definitely...frustrating. Maddening, in fact. Will Deadpool be able to keep it together long enough to pull the trigger on his "master plan?" Or will he, instead, be the one who gets trapped?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Brian K. Vaughan, art and cover by Eduardo Risso.

A unique take on the man who's the best there is at what he does. Finally armed with long-lost memories from his past, Wolverine returns to one of his first battlefields to settle an old score in a new adventure with a shocking revelation about the man known as Logan.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Jeff Parker, pencils by Clayton Henry, cover by John Romita Jr.

Spotlighting Cyclops.

32 pages, $2.99.

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Written by Garth Ennis, pencils by Goran Parlov, cover by Tim Bradstreet.

"Valley Forge, Valley Forge: The Slaughter of a U.S. Marine Garrison and The Birth of The Punisher," part 1. Ennis concludes his run on Punisher. Thirty-five years ago, the Fifth Cavalry disgorged their troops on an isolated Vietnamese hilltop and was met by a scene of utter devastation. The final body count ran to well over seven-hundred -- almost 200 hundred of them American soldiers. Standing alone amidst the carnage, a sole survivor: Captain Frank Castle, who years later would be known as the most fearsome vigilante to walk the Earth: The Punisher. Now the Punisher is about to face his stiffest test: He's hunted big game in his day, but none as big as this. Five men with unlimited resources. Men who'd put anything between themselves and the Punisher's bullet. Men who know exactly who he isŠand how to fight him.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, art by Brian Denham, cover by Kaare Andrews.

Death has come to Citrusville, in the guise of four deranged army vets filled with bloodlust, with nothing to lose. When their paths cross with swamp-witch Jessica Cale, expect death and dismemberment...but whose? And how do Jessica's little brother Andy and his imaginary, red-eyed, green-skinned friend fit in? This radical re-imagining of the Man-Thing mythos continues, once again narrated by the keeper of the Tower of Shadows: Digger!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Garth Ennis, pencils by Howard Chaykin, cover by John Cassaday.

Set against the grim backdrop of Word War I, mysterious aviator Karl Kaufmann arrives on the western front dressed outlandishly and at the controls of his own plane. Overconfident and full of romantic ideals, he has come to fight and kill the Hun. But soon Kaufmann confronts staggering loss and witnesses violence on a scale he has never imagined. In the process, he learns the harsh truth of conflict: war is hell.

32 pages, $3.99.



Written by Ed Brubaker, art and cover by Sean Phillips.

It's the second of three standalone stories, as Criminal's new expanded format keeps the hits coming! In previous arcs of Criminal we've met the man who killed him, and we met his only surviving sonŠ now meet Teeg Lawless, thief, murderer, and all around bad mother-#@$%er. Fresh from two tours in Vietnam, Teeg arrives home in 1972 carrying the baggage of war, a drug habit, and an unpaid debt to a local mob boss that's now long overdue. *"Before the Living End"* tells how he goes about finding a way out of his problems and back into the life of crime.

On top of this longer-than-usual length main story, Criminal now features an expanded back-pages section, as well -- with articles by Brubaker and other top crime writers, from novelists to screenwriters to comic writers. These noir articles have become a popular piece of the Criminal package, and are something that can only be found in the comics, not in any collections.

40 pages, $3.50.


Written, art and cover by David Mack.

This square-bound art book acts as a tie-in to the DVD documentary on Mack's work, The Alchemy of Art: David Mack. Reflections #10 features details and commentary on never-before-seen art and stories -- including Mack's new children's book The Shy Creatures, handmade books and paintings from the DVD. Also featuring step-by-step art techniques, and loads of art and extras you've never seen before. Ever wonder how David Mack does his artwork? How his pages and covers go from sketches and drawings to finished art? How he uses models and figure drawings? It's all in here with lots of extras!

48 pages, $5.99.


Written by Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Avon Oeming, art and cover by Oeming.

"The Redemption of Deena Pilgrim." She's murdered in cold blood. She's broken every law she's sworn to protect. She's contracted a virus to which there is no cure. Can the life of Deena Pilgrim be redeemed? And at what cost?

40 page, $3.95.


Written by Mark Millar, art and cover by John Romita Jr.

What would happen if you tried to be a super hero? What would happen when an ordinary man in a latex suit comes face-to-face with the criminal underworld?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Robin Furth and Peter David, art and cover by Jae Lee and Richard Isanove.

It's the return of the series inspired by Stephen King's The Dark Tower! Gunslinger Roland Deschain has seen the death of his lover Susan Delgado. And the Big Coffin Hunters who burned her at the stake are now in pursuit of Roland and his ka-tet Cuthbert and Alain. The friends are forced to flee into the desert with the deadly posse in hot pursuitŠ.and Roland is in a coma!

48 pages, $3.99.


Written by Roy Thomas, penciled by Miguel Angel Sepulveda, cover by Paolo Rivera.

The Trojan War intensifies! The Greeks suffer a massacre and are slowly recovering when the god Zeus rains blood on the Greek lines, panicking them! The Greek fortifications seem to hold -- until the Trojan warrior Hector shatters one of the Greek gates with a hurled boulder! The Trojans then pass through the gates, altering the course of the epic conflict! How many more will die to determine the fate of the woman Helen?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Roy Thomas, penciled by Pascal Alixe, cover by John Watson.

Captain Ahab's obsession with the sea beast that haunts his life increases as the Pequod sails around the southern tip of Africa. Crewman Daggoo thinks he sights Moby Dick's spout, but they find a giant squid instead -- a very bad omen. The ship then encounters a mysterious whaling vessel whose crew shriek that Ahab is a blasphemer for hunting the great white whale! All the signs point to doom for the Pequod and those aboard it, but Ahab will press on toward his frightful destiny despite the dire warnings.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Roy Thomas, art by Sebastian Fiumara, cover by Gerald Parel.

Artist Basil Hallward is horrified at what has become of his beautiful portrait of Dorian Gray. He feels hatred for the painting's subject and confronts Gray in a rage. When Basil then disappears, a perplexed Dorian goes upstairs to cover his portrait‹and finds one of the hands is dripping red! Dorian's downward spiral of self-destruction accelerates, drawing in all those who encounter him!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Kinley MacGregor, adapted by Robin Furth, pencils and cover by Tommy Ohtsuka.

A pawn in the war between light and dark, Seren seeks her freedom and refuses to be used. As Kerrigan and Morgen le Fey fight over her possession, her only hope lies in Kerrigan's humanity--that is if he has any left in his demon's heart. The battle for the world continues to rage in issue 2 of Sword of Darkness, Marvel's adaptation of Kinley MacGregor's (a.k.a. Sherrilyn Kenyon) best­selling novel.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Laurell K. Hamilton, adapted by Jess Ruffner, pencils and cover by Ron Lim, variant cover by Brett Booth.

Laurell K. Hamilton's deadly vampire hunter continues on the trail of a brutal and mysterious killer, a trail which leads her through all parts of the Vampire society. This time, Anita goes in for a personal meeting with the Church of Eternal Life, the vampire religion which promises to make you live forever and actually delivers. But will the head of the church tolerate Anita's accusations?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by John Rhett Thomas.

Authors Laurell K. Hamilton and George R. R. Martin get their turn in this month's Spotlight! Hamilton's Anita Blake: Vampire Hunter series of novels has been going strong since the early nineties, creating legions of fans with a passion for her unique brand of Midwestern vampire mythology. Martin's medieval fantasy The Hedge Knight charmed fans of his A Song of Ice and Fire with the tales of young Dunk and his journey to knighthood. Both New York Times best-selling writers bring the depth and variety of their exciting literature properties to Marvel.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by George R.R. Martin, adapted by Ben Avery, pencils and cover by Mike S. Miller.

A dispute over water during a drought started small, with one of the Red Widow's peasants being cut by one of Ser Eustace's knights. But that small cut serves to open old wounds from the Blackfyre Rebellion, forcing Ser Duncan to put his ideals of knighthood to the test when he learns a dark secret about his lord, Ser Eustace. But blood must pay for blood, and Dunk has sworn his sword to Ser Eustace regardless of his past transgressions. Now, Dunk must do battle with the Red Widow's castellan, Ser Lucas Inchfield, as the Sworn Sword rushes toward its bone-crushing conclusion.

32 pages, $2.99.

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