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

The conclusion to the Cosmic Cube Thanos saga! Mr. Fantastic is M.I.A. The Invisible Woman and the Human Torch have gone over to the dark side. That leaves only one man -- the Thing -- to wrest the all-powerful Cosmic Cube from the clutches of the mad god Thanos!

32 pages, $2.99.


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

Hulk vs. Iron Man -- the conclusion! The full scope of Peter Wisdom's terrifying plan is revealed, but Tony Stark and Bruce Banner are powerless to stop his mad scheme! Has the world traded the horror of the Hulk for a menace many times more deadly?

32 pages, $2.99.


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

The return of Omega Red! The deadly assassin is out for blood -- J. Jonah Jameson's blood to be exact! Why does he want to slice the Daily Bugle's publisher to ribbons? And what can Spider-Man do about it?

32 pages, $2.99.


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

It's Kirkman's final issue of Ultimate X-Men -- and he's going out with a bang! Has the worst happened? Has Apocalypse triumphed? If so, there is only one force in the universe with the power to end his iron fisted reign. But it is a power of such magnitude that its slightest misuse could bring about the end of all things!

32 pages, $2.99.


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

Who killed the Scarlet Witch -- and why? The answers will rock you as the Ultimate Universe is about to explode! Betrayals, secrets, and even another murder are all laid bare as in the conclusion of Volume 3! But the next big Ultimates story is just beginning, as right around the corner is...Ultimatum!

32 pages, $2.99.



Written by Zeb Wells, pencils and cover by Chris Bachalo, variant cover by Simone Bianchi.

Month Four of Brand New Day is upon us and so is the worst blizzard in the history of New York City! It's colder than an outdoor hockey game in January out there and your favorite Wall-Crawler (aided by his Avengers buddy, Wolverine) must find his way through the cold to rescue a doctor who may know the real secret behind the deadly storm.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Zeb Wells, pencils and cover by Chris Bachalo.

"Sometimes It Snows In April" continues with Spidey caught in the middle of two ancient threats that are conspiring to take him and the city itself down. Plus, Carlie trapped at the Police Station with someone after her blood!

32 pages, $2.99.


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

"In the days that follow, the Spider-Man becomes the sensation of the nation!" That was how Stan Lee described the brief, but tumultuous, period of upheaval Peter Parker went through after the fateful spider bite that gave him great power in Amazing Fantasy ... but that wasn't even the half of it! As this never-before-seen chapter of Spidey's life unfolds, witness the trials and tribulations of young Peter confronting fame, money and everything he ever dreamed of! With a healthy dose of that ol' Parker luck, of course...

32 pages, $3.99.


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

"There Can Only Be One!" The battle you never thought you'd see: Spider-Girl versus Araña!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Kevin Grevioux and Nate Piekos, penciled by Ray Height and Zach Howard, cover by David Williams.

Guest-starring Iron Man. And they fight a Nazi robot. Plus: Spidey vs. Iceman! Spider-Man J! And a ton of classic Spidey stories!

104 pages, $4.99.


Written by Jeff Parker, Fred Van Lente and Paul Benjamin, pencils by Manuel Garcia, James Cordeiro and David Nakayama, cover by Clayton Henry.

It's Spider-Man's amazing adventures in the Wall-Crawler's very own magazine! Read more stories of your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man and his spectacular friends Iron Man and the Hulk. See how brilliant scientist Bruce Banner was cursed to transform into the rampaging Hulk! Marvel as Iron Man takes on the Plantman in the ultimate Nature vs. Technology grudge match! Collecting Marvel Adventures Avengers #4, Marvel Adventures Iron Man #3, Marvel Adventures Hulk #1 plus a new Iron Man and Hulk tale and tons of extras.

96 pages, $6.99.



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

Marvel's rag-tag group of sci-fi heroes vs. Ultron -- in a double-sized finale! The surviving warriors face-off on the battlefield, with the fate of the entire Kree Empire ­ and perhaps the Earth itself -- at stake! Who will fall? Who will rise to become a legend?

48 pages, $3.99.


Written by Stan Lee and Tom Beland, art by Don Heck and John Doe, cover by Art Adams.

The mighty Avengers meet Spider-Man! Also re-introducing the mysterious Kang! Yes, Plus anew story from Tom Beland and Juan Doe!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by C.B. Cebulski, pencils by Nuno Plati, cover by Claire Wendling.

A story of a robot who wants nothing more than to be a real boy! Brought to life by the kindly inventor Hank Pym, the Vision is ostracized by other boys his age. When the Scarlet Fairy reveals she can grant his wish to become an actual human boy, The Vision is sent on an extraordinary adventure of self-discovery where he meets a cast of alternate Avengers!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Dan Slott and Christos Gage, pencils and cover by Steve Uy.

"Changing of the Guard." Iron Man comes to Camp Hammond, and he's not happy. The first year of the Initiative comes to a dramatic close as members are laid to rest, drummed out, declared AWOL, or...awarded their full Hero's License. See who graduates and find out what super-teams they'll be assigned to as the next era of the Initiative begins! Plus: as a new 3-D Man appears, the base is suddenly short one Skrull...but not how you'd think... Also guest-starring Ms. Marvel.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Reginald Hudlin, penciled by Francis Portela, cover by Alan Davis.

"Back to Africa," part 2. Back in Wakanda, the Royal Couple's troubles continue, as one of T'Challa's greatest foes makes his power move.

32 pages, $2.99.


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

Act three of "The Death of Captain America" story begins. With a new Cap now established, things go from bad to worse as the Red Skull makes an unexpected move for the very soul of America! And what was it that Sharon Carter saw at the end of the last issue? Act Three -- "The Man Who Bought America" -- begins here.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Mark Millar and Paul Jenkins, penciled by Steve McNiven, Ramon Bachs and Steve Lieber, cover by Michael Turner.

Experience Civil War and its major tie-ins chronological order! In Civil War #7, witness the startling battle that will determine the future of the Marvel Universe! And in Civil War: Front Line #10, the betrayer among the Marvel heroes stands revealed, as war with Atlantis seems inevitable! And Speedball comes face-to-face with his accuser! Collecting Civil War #7 and Civil War: Front Line (Imbedded/Accused) #10.

72 pages, $4.99.


Written, pencils and cover by Alan Davis.

Guest-starring the time-lost Excalibur! Anybody who loved Alan Davis' classic run on that series in the Œ90s will want to jump on board, because the Cross-Time Express is making its way through the dimension Newton Destine calls home, and it's bringing with it a trainload of trouble along with it!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Ed Brubaker and Ande Parks, penciled by Chris Samnee, cover by Marko Djurdjevic.

Carlos LaMuerto, a.k.a. Black Tarantula, is finally doing something good with his life. Well, at least it ain't all bad. Lying low after getting out of prison and wiping out an entire gang, Carlos has become a low-key Robin Hood -- cleaning up the neighborhood he used to run as a gang lord. But he's about to discover that leaving his past behind isn't as simple as a change of attitudeŠas ghosts from his former life haunt him, Carlos turns to his friend/adversary, Matt Murdock. Now Black Tarantula and Daredevil must work together to save the streets of Hell's Kitchen from a powerful new gang from Carlos' homeland.

48 pages, $3.99.


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

That's the problem with Utopias -- they're all-too-often built on a foundation of human tears. When an organism designed to abolish war is set into motion, and it decides that the only way to accomplish its objective is to eliminate anyone who could possibly pick up a weapon, there's only one foursome to turn to if humanity is going to survive!

32 pages $2.99.


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

"Hell to Pay," part 3 of 4. Do you like gigantic running battles involving man-eating ghosts, machine-gun nurses and motorcyclists with flaming noggins? If so, then boy, have we got the book for you. It's Ghost Rider versus a haunted stretch of roadway in what we just had to call "Deathrace on Ghost Cannibal Highway." And did we mention that ol' flamehead is swinging a scythe this time around? Good luck, ghost cannibals.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Roy Thomas, penciled by Sal Buscema, Frank Robbins, Alex Schomburg, Don Rico, Lee Elias and Lee Weeks, cover by Buscema.

Whet your appetite for Alex Ross, Jim Krueger and Steve Sadowski's 12-part Avengers/Invaders maxi-series with these classic tales! Witness the Invaders' first appearance in Avengers #71 (1969), as Earth's Mightiest Heroes encounter the wartime Captain America, Human Torch and Sub-Mariner -- and experience the story from the Invaders' point of view in Invaders Aannual #1 (1977). Finally, the Invaders thwart a Nazi assassination attempt on President Roosevelt and Winston Churchill in Giant-Size Invaders #2 (2005). Also featuring in-depth dossiers on both teams and Avengers/Invaders preview pages!

96 pages, $3.99.


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

The Green Hulk returns! It's Green Hulk Vs. Red Hulk --but the real loser is the Planet Earth. Plus, who gave the Watcher such good seats?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Greg Pak and Fred Van Lente, art by Rafa Sandoval, cover by John Romita Jr., Klaus Janson and Dean White.

Is Hercules a Skrull? Maybe. But is he an Eternal? Ikaris and Thena certainly think so, and they may just kill Herc to prove it!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Greg Pak and Fred Van Lente, art by Leonard Kirk, cover by Marko Djurdjevic.

A new clash and some of the greatest Hulk and Herc stories from yesteryear!

64 pages, $3.99.


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

Children of Gammaworld, remember their names! Korg the Kronan. Hiroim the Oldstrong. Elloe Kaifi. No-Name of the Brood. They survived the gladiator pits and battlefields of "Planet Hulk." They withstood the titanic clashes and soul-searing revelations of "World War Hulk." But today, under the deadly dome of Gammaworld, a hero falls -- and the Warbound will never be the same!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Matt Fraction and Ed Brubaker, art by David Aja, cover by Kaare Andrews.

Conclusion to "The Seven Capital Cities of Heaven." Seven practitioners of super kung fu, champing at the bit to bloody each other to a pulp. A rogue Hydra cell, intent on destroying K'un-Lun from Earth, loads its terror train full of explosives and prepares to fire it through a warp in space-time. A schism in the leadership of K'un-Lun threatens to tear the city in two. The original Heroes for Hire, outgunned, outmanned, and out of time somewhere in Tibet. And Davos, the arch-rival of Iron Fist, intent on exploiting all this chaos, wants to assassinate Danny Rand once and for all.

32 pages, $2.99.


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

Tony Stark is losing his mind and his freedom. Maya Hansen is becoming a pawn in the Mandarin's genocidal game. And the leaders of S.H.I.E.L.D. are under house arrest, unable to take any action. With the international community about to decide their fate, Iron Man and his allies are in so deep, a double-sized issue is needed to reveal what happens next!

48 pages, $3.99.


Cover by Adi Granov.

Thirty-six powerful posters featuring Marvel's newest movie star, the Invincible Iron Man!

72 pages, $6.99.


Written by David Michelinie, art and cover by Ron Lim and Bob Layton.

"A Knight in Hell" Dr. Doom returns to menace Iron Man in the conclusion of The Camelot Trilogy! Mephisto has apparently found a way to bring about The End Of Days and Tony Stark and Victor Von Doom must form an uneasy alliance to try and stop him. But all may not be as it seems. And it takes a journey to Hell itself before the shocking truth is revealed!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by John Rhett Thomas.

Marvel's Armored Avenger takes his turn in Hollywood. Bringing the life and times of Tony Stark to the silver screen is a cast and crew that includes Robert Downey Jr., Gwyneth Paltrow, Terrence Howard and Jeff Bridges, Academy Award winners or nominees all led by director Jon Favreau. Besides insider access to the movie that will also include chats with the technical crew, this issue catches readers up on Iron Man in the comics, too, revisiting Iron Man's earliest tales, all the way to his origins, and check in with Bob Layton and David Michelinie for more on their favorite super hero! Plus a bevy of other current and past creators!

48 pages, $2.99.


Written by Joe Casey, pencils by Jim Muniz, cover by Mike Deodato.

The Defenders are back -- Nighthawk! Colossus! She-Hulk! The Blazing Skull! -- and they've got their very own state to protect and serve. The Sons of the Serpent have moved in and only one fully sanctioned team of super heroes can stop them! But will their first official mission end up as their finale mission? Believe it or not ... yes! Not to mention guest-stars galore.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Marc Guggenheim, Ivan Brandon, Andy Schmidt and Rich Koslowski, pencile by Francis Tsai, Nike Henrichon, Marco Turini and Andrea DiVito, cover by Brandon Peterson.

Aaron Stack has been drinking again...drinking to keep the ghosts of his past at bay. It wouldn't be a problem if he was just a man -- but he's Machine Man, and his past has a way of coming alive! Join 24/7 creator Ivan Brandon and Pride of Baghdad artist Niko Henrichon for the debut of an all-new 5-part Machine Man tale! Plus: Cyclops & Wolverine go hunting, Weapon Omega battles U.S. Agent, and Vanguard reveals the truth about the murder of John Doe.

48 pages, $3.99.


Written by Brian Michael Bendis, penciled by Leinil Francis Yu, cover by Gabriele Dell'Otto, variant cover by Steve McNiven.

The shape-shifting alien race known as the Skrulls has secretly infiltrated every super-powered organization on Earth with one goal...full-scale invasion! In this double-sized first issue, page after page unveils reveal after reveal and shocking moment after shocking moment!

48 pages, $3.99.


Written by Brian Michael Bendis, pencils by Alex Maleev, cover by Marko Djurdjevic.

A Secret Invasion tie-in. Where has Nick Fury been? Rewinding the clock to Fury's time in Secret War, follow Fury as he puts together the pieces of his life and starts finding clues to a Secret Invasion that makes him Target Number One. A major Skrull reveal happens in these pages!

32 pages, $2.99.


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

Out-gunned and on the run! With S.H.I.E.L.D. convinced she's a Skrull impostor, Ms. Marvel must fight for her identity and her life against her very own Lightning Strike Force! But when the Strike Force has a Ms. Marvel of their own, even Carol can't be sure she's Carol anymore!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Mike Benson and Charlie Huston, art by Mark Texeira and Javier Saltares, cover by Arthur Suydam.

"God and Country," part 4. In the age of the Superhuman Registration Act, the only good hero is one that plays by the book -- which the card-carrying Moon Knight most assuredly does not. Indeed, with Moon Knight fast becoming the poster child for recklessness and brutality, the question of the day is just how he got a Registration Card in the first place! As Tony Stark's investigation unearths the ugly truth, Marc Spector braces himself for the consequences, unaware that an equally grave threat is preparing to strike. Carson Knowles -- a.k.a. the Black Spectre -- is back and he wants payback.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Brian Michael Bendis, art by Jim Cheung, cover by Aleksi Briclot.

Secret Invasion tie-in. Spinning right off of events in New Avengers: Illuminati #1, find out exactly how the Skrull empire was able to infiltrate the Marvel Universe and who instigated the invasion and why.

32 pages, $2.99.


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

Would you trust a man who puts you in harm's way? Someone who throws you into the path of a maniac for what he claims is the greater good? The New Warriors are becoming increasingly suspicious of their leader. When Night Thrasher pits the team against a super-villain who's out of their league, the Warriors are left to wonder: What could possibly be worth their lives?

32 pages, $2.99.

NOVA #12

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

The New Mutant Warlock returns in an issue that propels Nova back into Annihilation: Conquest! Still threatened by his deadly Phalanx virus, Richard Rider finally reaches Kvch, the never-before-seen Technarchy homeworld. But are the "parents" of the Phalanx still there -- and can Nova even reach them? And are you ready for the comeback of the former New Mutant know as Warlock?

32 pages, $2.99.


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

You know a super hero's in trouble when he resorts to drawing a comic book to try to solve his problems! This issue features special guest-star creator Gary Panter, known for his work on a legendary children's show, Frank Zappa's album covers, and RAW Magazine -- but he's never been between Marvel's covers before."

32 pages, $2.99.


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

Last issue. Shell-shocked, shattered, and -- worst of all -- depowered, the men and women that were once the Order stand face to face with the big-bad that's toyed with them for 9 whole issues in various forms and guises and shapes and sizes. They might be broken, but can The Order be beaten? The end of a strange and vicious trip arrives, and God only knows if the Order will survive.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Fred Van Lente, pencils and cover by Gurihiru.

The dying Kymellian sorcerer Aelfyre Whitemane has given his powers to the four Power children so they can rescue their parents and save their world. But unless Alex, Julie, Katie and Jack master their new abilities quickly, they're not going to be able to find Mom and Dad on the Snark Nestship, much less escape with them alive!

32 pages, $2.99.


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

One word: Jigsaw. In this prelude to the next major story-arc, readers get to spend a little time with the man, the myth, and the monster that's earned the right to call himself the Punisher's arch-nemesis. What is it about Frank Castle that makes this otherwise sane, if a little sinister, gangster go absolutely and completely insane whenever he's around? What buttons can Frank possibly push that pushes Jigsaw over the edge of sanity?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Peter David, penciled by Val Semeiks, cover by Mike Deodato.

"Here Today." Tracking down the mysterious bomber who attacked her in New York City, She-Hulk finds herself in prison ­ and the story of why she left her legal career behind finally begins to come to light.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Matt Fraction, art by Patrick Zircher, cover by Marko Djurdjevic.

As the Mighty Thor reclaims his rightful spot in the Marvel Pantheon, it's a special examining the triumphs and tragedies that have befallen the God of Thunder across the eons. As the things he holds dearest are threatened by unimaginable forces of evil, Thor must rise up, again and again, to hold the line against terror and chaos as only the God of Thunder can!

32 pages, $2.99.


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

As the savage murders continue, and members of the Twelve come under a cloud of suspicion, tensions flare, and hero faces off against hero! Plus, the unbelievable origin of underground secret agent Rockman!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Paul Cornell, pencils by Mark Brooks, cover by Jim Cheung.

The Vision is going through changes. He's a passionate man. And an impulsive one, if his decision to go and visit Stature at her Initiative training camp is anything to go by. He's got some important things to tell her. But will getting intangibly stuck halfway through her body while A.I.M. are attacking put a damper on his ardour?

32 pages, $2.99.



Written by Paul Tobin, art by David Hahn, cover by Graham Nolan.

A Model Day: 75% of the Fantastic Four positively agree that it's great to judge an international beauty pageant, but what's Sue to do during the festivities? Well, how about unearthing that the pageant is actually sponsored by A.I.M. in order to smuggle high tech battle robots into the country? Or how about teaming up with a certain long lost model from Marvel's past, and then picking a fight with those battle robots?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Paul Benjamin, art by Steve Scott, cover by Sean Gordon Murphy.

He's big. He's angry... and he's not green. He's the unstoppable Juggernaut! Bruce Banner's looking for the mystical amulet of Cyttorak, said to be capable of chaining a mighty behemoth. But Bruce doesn't know that his guide is none other than the Juggernaut himself, out to destroy the artifact. What happens when an unstoppable force meets another unstoppable force?

32 pages, $2.99.


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

At long last, Iron Man is reunited with his missing father in the heart of Africa--but he has to free him from the clutches of Kiber the Cruel!

32 pages, $2.99.


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

What happens when you take the "Earth" out of Earth's Mightiest Heroes? You end up with a bunch of Avengers that have mysteriously vanished off the face of the planet! Now Captain America and Spider-Man must call on some of their newest allies to help them rescue their missing teammates. But will this new roster of unpredictable heroes be able to work together long enough to save the day... or will they just end up making things even worse?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Chris Kipiniak, pencils by David Nakayama, cover by Skottie Young.

A baddy built of bees is bugging our boy!

32 pages, $2.99.




Written by Mike Carey, Matt Fraction, Craig Kyle, Christopher Yost and Skottie Young, pencils by Brandon Peterson, Jamie McKelvie, Sana Takeda and Skottie Young, cover by Peterson.

Solicitation information to be revealed on Jan. 24.

48 pages, $3.99. 48 PGS./Rated T+Š$3.99


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

Solicitation information to be revealed on Jan. 24.

32 pages, $2.99.


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

Solicitation information to be revealed on Jan. 24.

32 pages, $2.99.


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

Solicitation information to be revealed on Jan. 24.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Marc Guggenheim, pencils by Yanick Paquette, cover by TBA, variant cover by Marc Silvestri.

Solicitation information to be revealed on Jan. 24.

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on Jan. 24.


Written by Duane Swierczynski, pencils and cover by Ariel Olivetti, variant cover by David Finch.

Solicitation information to be revealed on Jan. 24.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Christopher Yost and Craig Kyle, pencils and cover by Clayton Crain.

Solicitation information to be revealed on Jan. 24.

32 pages, $2.99.


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

Solicitation information to be revealed on Jan. 24.

32 pages, $2.99.


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

Returning to the place that made him the man he is today, Wolverine faces off against an all-new enemy in an epic clash with a last page that has to be seen to be believed.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Chris Claremont, pencils by Tom Grummett and Roberto Castro, covers by Michael Golden and Alan Davis.

Double the alternate reality action this month as two issues of New Exiles bring us two tales from two different universes! First, in issue 4, Sabretooth, Psylocke, Rogue, and new ally Gambit are caught in the middle of a war between the Atlanteans, Queen Ororo, and the Black Panther. Plus, whatever happened to Mystiq? Find out in the conclusion to the series' first arc! Then, in #5, a new tale begins as we see the trouble Morph, Sage, and Cat run across in a world of royalty and dragons! Reality-hopping action as only the New Exiles can deliver!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Fred Van Lente, penciled by Andrea Di Vito, cover by Leonard Kirk.

The good news: Kitty's managed to figure out Wolverine's birthday and has arranged a surprise candlelight dinner with the love of his life, Mariko Yashida, as his present. The bad news: The reason Wolverine never tells anybody about his birthday is that every year on that date Sabretooth shows up to dice him into cutlets. And Kitty has put Mariko within Sabretooth's grasp!

32 pages, $2.99.


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

"The Deep End." Wolverine and Deadpool have fought to a standstill and are now -- literally -- dead on their feet. Whose healing factor will reign supreme? And what horrible fate awaits the loser? The most over-the-top grudge match in recent memory continues! Part 4 of 5.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Jeff Parker, pencils by Nick Dragotta, cover by Carlo Pagulayan.

A story that makes the X-Men-go-into-the-Professor's-Head issue look tame. Because our five exceptional students are about to meet the enigmatic Mysterio.

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 2. Ennis concludes his seminal run on Punisher -- in style. Eight men who know exactly who Frank Castle isŠand how to fight him. Eight men who know that, no matter what they throw at him, he won't fire back. The Punisher has faced many threats in his day, but never one like this. A Special Forces Squad has been tasked to bring him down, by all means necessary, and his only hope for survival might be crossing a line he swore he'd never cross.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, art by Javier Saltares, cover by Kaare Andrews.

"No Such Thing" As tales of the Citrusville bog-monster continue to spread, two college-aged documentary filmmakers arrive in the swamps, accompanied by their nubile girlfriends, determined to sort fact from fiction. But, unfortunately for them, the two filmmakers are unaware that the Man-Thing isn't the only monster in the swamps -- that there is, in fact, a tribe of cannibalistic half-breeds who would love nothing more than to hunt and eat a van-load of fresh meat. The MAX re-telling of Man-Thing's origin continues this issue, narrated by Digger, and featuring the return of...Ellen Brandt?

32 pages, $3.99.


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

The battle for the skies continues as young pilot Karl Kauffman takes the fight to the Hun. But as the missions continue and the body count rises, Kauffman learns quickly that combat isn't as glamorous as he'd hoped. Meanwhile, his fellow soldiers begin to question the strange circumstances of his arrival. Kauffman must prove his worth before his past is uncovered. But doing so might cost the lives of his closest friends.

32 pages, $3.99.



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

It's the final of three interlinking standalone stories, in Criminal's new expanded format! "Female of the Species" is the final piece to the noir puzzle of these three stories of crime and murder in the early 1970s. Told from the sympathetic POV of a Femme Fatale on her path to one final score and the revenge she¹s been waiting years to get. A heartbreaking look into the other side of a noir tradition. And 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.



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

Follow Dave's journey from zero to hero as he becomes a youtube celebrity. He sure kicked the ass of those drop-outs, didn't he? Join us this issue where he inspires others to dress up and hurt people.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Robin Furth and Peter David, art and cover by Jae Lee and Richard Isanove, variant cover by Mike Deodato Jr.

Roland's spirit is trapped inside Maerlyn's sinister Grapefruit and is taken on a terrifying journey to the outer reaches of the harsh domain called Thunderclap! Back in Mid-World, Roland's ka-tet is pursued by the Hambry posse which intends to kill them all before they are able to cross the Xay River on their journey home. Revenge will soon be at hand for Eldred Jonas and the Big Coffin Hunters.

48 pages, $3.99.


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

The great god Zeus, happy with the war's progress, takes his leave of the battlefield. But his brother, Poseidon, and wife, Hera, secretly aid the Greeks against Zeus's wishes! When the king of the gods discovers this treachery, his fury reverberates throughout the halls of Mount Olympus itself‹and even unto the earthly battlefield of the Trojan War! As the tide of battle turns, what will this portend for the brave Greeks and noble Trojans?

32 pages, $2.99.


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

Ahab's vessel, the Pequod, encounters the ship Samuel Enderby, whose captain lost an arm to Moby Dick and will hunt the whale no more. When Ahab learns where the monster was last sighted, he enlists his blacksmith to create a special harpoon: a harpoon that will ensure the destruction of the great white whale that haunts his fevered nightmares and gives him no peace.

32 pages, $2.99.


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

Dorian is now leading a bizarre double life with his daytime demeanor at dire odds with his nightly existence of decadence and debauchery. But events may be catching up to Dorian as he is stalked through the foggy London a man out for vengeance. It's the penultimate chapter of Wilde's strange and compelling masterpiece.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Sherrilyn Kenyon, adapted by Robin Furth, pencils and cover by Tommy Ohtsuka.

The battle of light vs. dark continues when the Kerrigan rescues Seren from the hands of Morgen le Fey. The war is on. Now Kerrigan and his mandrake, Blaise are all that stand to defend the world's next champion. Enemies of both Avalon and Camelot, they decide to make their stand at Lancelot's cursed Joyous Gard. But will the castle prove to be a haven or a trap?

32 pages, $2.99.


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

Things keep getting worse for Laurell K. Hamilton's deadly vampire hunter as one of her allies in the hunt for the vampire killer is murdered! But vampire bites, ominous dreams, and persistent sociopaths won't slow Anita down as she takes matters into her own hands and learns the truth about the mystery that's been plaguing her: the identity of the perpetrator of the brutal and unlicensed slayings of ³innocent² vampire citizens! Of course, having that knowledge doesn't mean she'll live long enough to share it! The adaptation of the best-selling novel continues here!

32 pages, $2.99.

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