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Written by Mike Carey, art by Tyler Kirkham, cover by Billy Tan.

The Ultimate Salem's Seven saga continues! Invisible Woman's research into this new team sensation leads her to a major revelation -- too bad she's trapped at the bottom of the ocean! Meanwhile, Agatha Harkness reveals her true nature!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Brian Michael Bendis, penciled by Butch Guice, cover by Simone Binchi.

Revealed: The secret history of the Ultimate Universe! For the first time in 70 years, a strange object within Project Pegasus has awoken -- as bit by fascinating bit, the long buried mysteries are being exposed! Journey back to World War II, and discover that the deadliest threat to young Steve Rogers was not the Nazis, but an ancient threat from worlds beyond!

32 pages, $2.99.


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

"War of the Symbiotes" rages on -- as the Ultimate Beetle takes flight! Deep inside the corporate headquarters of Roxxon lies a vial containing the creepy black symbiote substance...or at least it did, until the Beetle stole it! Can Spider-Man capture this bug thug before disaster strikes, and what is Nick Fury and S.H.I.E.L.D.'s interest in the stolen material?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Aron Coleite, penciled by Mark Brooks, cover by Gabriele Del'Otto.

X-Men vs. X-Men! After their attack on Alpha Flight, Colossus and his team are wanted fugitives! Worse, they've become addicted to the insidious drug known as Banshee! Now it's up to the other X-Men to take them down. Yes, it's mutant vs. mutant! When the X-Men go to war with each other, who wins? Plus, the startling revelation of Jean Grey! Where did she go after defeating Apocalypse? Find out here!

32 pages, $2.99.



Written by Bob Gale, Marc Guggenheim and Dan Slott, penciled by Paulo Siqueira, cover by Chris Bachalo.

It's a good old fashioned He Said/He Said/He Said when Spidey, Vin Gonzales and Swing Shift heavy Overdrive find themselves in a car chase across the Big Apple! Three writers giveeach side of the same story, as Gale, Guggenheim and Slott team up for "Traffic Jam!"

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Marc Guggenheim, pencils and cover by Phil Jimenez.

Her name is... She's Spider-Man's newest and most terrifying nemesis -- and she just discovered his secret identity. With an army of villains at her command, even with the help of Daredevil, can Spidey protect his secret identity from his new foe?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Marc Guggenheim, pencils and cover by Phil Jimenez.

With an army of Villains at her command, the Brand New has Spider-Man on the run. Even with the help of Daredevil, can Spidey protect his secret identity from his new foe? And with Spidey's roommate, Vin Gonzales, as a hostage, how much time does he have?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Joe Kelly, Marc Guggenheim and Zeb Wells, art by Chris Bachalo and various, cover by Greg Land.

Even with three issues every month, Marvel can't fit everything into Amazing Spider-Man. So Brand New Day: Extra!! takes a deeper glimpse into Spidey's new world with three stories that flesh out his family, friends and foes, stories that will affect Spidey deeply over the coming months. A one-shot marking the return of one of Peter's most unforgettable enemies: Hammerhead! It's a sign of things to come...and it's looking deadly.

48 pages, $3.99.


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

"A Brand New May," part 3 of 5. Nancy Lu returns! Fury, the Goblin Queen strikes! Spider-Girl battles the most unexpected super-foe of all! And Mary Jane notices that Peter Parker is beginning to exhibit strange symptoms as he continues to uncover the mystery of the brand new May!

32 pages, $2.99.



Written by Tom DeFalco, penciled by Todd Nauck, cover by Ron Frenz.

"Beyond Courage Must I Strive!" It's all out action in the merry Marvel manner as American Dream takes on a host of unbeatable foes. Guest-starring the next generation of Avengers!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Jim Krueger and Alex Ross, pencileed by Steve Sadowski, cover by Alex Ross, variant cover by Olivier Coipel.

The King of Atlantis vs the Prince of Atlantis with an entire kingdom as the ultimate prize. Alex Ross, Jim Krueger and Steve Sadowski continue the year's most surprising cross-time epic with a battle that promises to tear two centuries asunder. Plus, more clues to the mystery of just how the Invaders landed in 2008!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Dan Slott and Christos Gage, pencils by Harvey Tolibao, cover by Mark Brooks.

Secret Invasion tie-in! "The Only Good Skrull..." With the New Avengers and the Mighty Avengers trapped in the Savage Land, it's up to the Avengers Initiative to face off against the first major strike of the Skrull Invasion! There, on the field of battle, the cadet with the biggest secret has to choose how red (or green) his blood really is. Heroes will fall. Heroes will die. And one shall rise. All this and: A new cowardly low for Ant-Man! A new danger for War Machine! And 3-D Man gains a "killer" new "krew"!

32 pages, $2.99.


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

"See Wakanda and Die," part 1. A three-part tie-in to "Secret Invasion," guest-written by Jason Aaron. When the Skrulls come to town, it's all-out war in Wakanda. The alien invaders have war ships, advanced technology, super-powered soldiers and an army that outnumbers the Wakandans ten to one. Cake walk, right? Think again. There's a reason Wakanda had never been conquered -- and the Skrulls are about to find out why...the hard way.

32 pages, $2.99.


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

It's Cap versus Cap for the future of the American Dream as the Red Skull looks on in laughter! And Bucky learns the true identity of the man behind the other mask! The epic Death of Captain America continues in Part Four of "The Man Who Bought America" by the acclaimed team of Brubaker and Epting.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Jeph Loeb, pencils and cover by Tim Sale.

Peeling back an untold tale of Captain America and Bucky during World War II. Loeb and Sale's unique combination of in-depth characters and high stakes action shines here with Cap's deadliest mission of all. Marvel is proud to bring you Captain America: #0 this summer as a taste of what's to come. Featuring an all new full story about the Origin of Bucky Barnes and how he came into Cap's life, this special edition features a cover gallery, sketchbook, script samples, and an interview with the creators. Plus, the whole story seen in black-and-white.

48 pages, $3.99.


Written by Paul Cornell, penciled by Leonard Kirk, cover by Bryan Hitch.

"Secret Invasion," part 3 of 4. It's Science Fiction versus Fantasy as the war machines of the unstoppable Skrull army invade the magical realm of Avalon. Can Pete Wisdom and the rest of MI 13 keep the Skrulls from taking control of the world's magic? Will this be our heroes' finest hour? Or has the sun finally set on the British Isles? And what is Spitfire doing to that Skrull on the cover?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Ed Brubaker and Greg Rucka, penciled by Michael Lark, cover by Marko Djurdjevic.

"Cruel and Unusual," part 3 of 4. Daredevil and Dakota North have investigated all angles of the brutal murders that Big Ben Donovan sits on Death Row for, and all they've come up with is more questions and conspiracies. Why does Big Ben want to be executed for a crime he probably didn't commit? And why does the government want Dakota and Matt Murdock off the case? Find out these answers and more!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Charles Knauf and Daniel Knauf, art and cover by Daniel Acuna.

The powerful Eternals stand divided as they race to awaken the missing members of their race! On one side, the power of Ikaris and Thena, guided by Makaari and his connection with the dreaming Celestial! On the other, the dark lord of Vorozheika, the dreaded Druig, finding his lost kin through means unknown! But on whose side does Ajak, the celestial's former liaison, fall? Plus: appearances by the Invincible Iron Man and The Order!

32 pages, $2.99.


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

You should have remembered the old adage, Johnny: love the woman, love her family. And when the woman is the super-villain called Psionics, that raises the stakes to a whole other level. Now it's the morning after, and Lightwave, Natalie X, Alex U-16, Doc Banner and the Burning Man expect you to live up to your responsibilities. It's the Human Torch's worst break-up ever -- or will it be a shotgun wedding? Plus: where in the world is Doctor Doom?

32 pages $2.99.


Written by Paul Cornell, penciled by Horacio Dominguez, cover by Niko Henrichon.

A threat to the minds of the whole human race sends the FF somewhere they've never been before: into the realm of fiction itself! Where Ben finds himself clobbering a demonic army to save the cast of Sense and Sensibility. No, really. And it gets weirder from there. Dante (not the one from Clerks)! Willie Lumpkin! Behold, the Fictocraft! And it's actually kind of smart and serious too.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Jason Aaron, art by Tan Eng Huat, cover by Marko Djurdjevic.

Johnny Blaze goes behind bars looking for answers, but instead finds only The Deacon -- a merciless killer and mountain of a man armed with giant daggers that will cut through anything, including the Ghost Rider. It's all-out action in a story that we just had to call "Caged Heat."

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning, penciled by Paul Pelletier, cover by Clint Langley.

Beware the return ofŠStarhawk! First it was the recovery of a ceratin world-famous shieldŠand now the enigmatic Starhawk reigns death from above! How and why is this original Guardian of the Galaxy here in our reality, and what does his ominous arrival mean for our motley crew of freedom fighters? The mysteries continue to deepen and the craziness comes hot and heavy.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Jeph Loeb, pencils and cover by Ed McGuinness, variant cover by Olivier Coipel.

With the entire West Coast in peril, who can stop the battle of the Century when Two, count 'em two Hulks, get to brawling? How about The Mighty Thor? But can even a God stop the Red Hulk?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Greg Pak, art and cover by Ron Garney.

Whose terrible stride shakes the war-torn wastelands of Sakaar? Whose blind Shadow Priest calls for the blood of babes? Whose barbarian horde rides monsters through your nightmares? Behold and lament, my beautiful son, for the Axeman Cometh!

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.

Secret Invasion tie-in! "Sacred Invasion" takes a shocking turn! Betrayed by one of their own, their strategy in shambles, Hercules and the God Squad find themselves marooned on a hostile world with countless hordes of alien slave-deities between them and their final goal of the Skrull pantheon! They have no choice but to fight against impossible odds for their very lives, for in this realm, gods can die, and in this issue -- a god will die!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Duane Swierczynski, pencils and cover by Travel Foreman.

"The Mortal Iron Fist" part 1 of 4. Think you know everything there is to know about the traditions of the Immortal Iron Fist? If you do, then why's Danny sweating bullets over an inescapable legacy that's haunted the Iron Fists for centuries, huh? Tell us that, if you're so smart. What was the deeper meaning of Xao's ominous threat? And what incredible new adventure are Danny's fellow Immortal Weapons embarking upon?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Matt Fraction, pencils by Salvador Larroca, covers by Larroca and Travis Charest.

Iron Man's new ongoing series soars to armor-melting speeds! New fans, get in on this one now, 'cause the getting is good! Longtime Iron Man readers, strap in, because Tony Stark's about to face a shocking new menaceŠone that's oddly familiar! Is this all part of Ezekiel Stane's unstoppable plan to destroy his sworn enemy, Iron Man?! Has Tony's incomparable intellect, genius technical acuity and vast business acumen finally met their match in the brilliant young Zeke? How's ol' Tony gonna get out of this one?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Jon Favreau, pencils and cover by Adi Granov.

The great dragon Fin Fang Foom walks the streets of sin city, at stake is the future of the human species, and Iron Man's down to his last chip. Let it ride...

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Stuart Moore, penciled by Roberto De La Torre, cover by Adi Granov.

"With Iron Hands," part 3 of 4. In a devastated Eastern European nation, Iron Man faces a deadly terrorist who can neutralize his armor's power! Meanwhile, high above, S.H.I.E.L.D.'s Alpha Team confronts the mysterious Overkill Mind in a deadly aerial battle. What's the connection? None other than Tony Stark himself -- and only he can stop the slaughter!

32 pages, $2.99.


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

"Knightmare's End" It all comes down to this! The true motive for Dr. Doom seeking Iron Man's aid comes to light at last, revealing a threat unlike any the Armored Avenger has faced before. Tony Stark, now partnered with his most dangerous foe, wrestles with impossible choices, even questioning the beliefs that form the very core of his being. And the decisions he makes will determine the fate of every man, woman and child on Earth. The stunning conclusion to The Camelot Trilogy will rock your world--literally!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Joe Casey, pencils by Jim Muniz, cover by Rodolfo Migliari.

It's finally come down to this -- literally the last Defender standing, as Kyle Richmond goes head-to-head with his past, his present And his future...! And Yandroth is right there to exploit all three of them! long last: Dr. Strange! The Hulk! Namor, the Sub-Mariner! Together again...for the first time! Plus, the Squadron Sinister! All this...and a last page that will leave you shell-shocked!

32 pages, $2.99.

MARVEL 1985 #3

Written by Mark Millar, art and cover by Tommy Lee Edwards.

"The Visitors." They're coming for us. The most dangerous villains in the Marvel Universe are here -- in our world -- and they're not taking prisoners. The only people who stand between salvation and destruction are 13-year old Toby and his dad, who once was friends with the enigmatic Clyde Wyncham.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Marc Guggenheim, Ivan Brandon, B. Clay Moore and Rich Koslowski, penciled by Francis Tsai, Niko Henrichon, Lee Weeks and Marco Checchetto, cover by Dave Wilkins.

Vanguard races to its conclusion: the mystery is solved, but who will survive to tell the tale? Meanwhile, Guardian confronts his tormentors in Weapon Omega's penultimate chapter; Machine Man battles his past to save his sanity; and Stingray goes face-to-face with a horror from the deep!

48 pages, $3.99.


Written by John Rhett Thomas.

In 1963, Stan Lee and Jack Kirby launched a new title that featured a band of teenagers and their wheelchair-bound mentor, all possessing an "X-Tra" power that made them unique...and feared by humanity. Uncanny X-Men went through some early highs and lows before exploding back onto the scene in the late 1970s under the auspices of Chris Claremont, Dave Cockrum and John Byrne ­ fast becoming a phenomenon that would break out of the comics industry and become a worldwide sensation. It would make characters like Wolverine, Phoenix and Rogue household names, and launch the careers of talents like Paul Smith, Marc Silvestri, Jim Lee and Joe Madureira -- to name just a few. In honor of Uncanny X-Men's milestone 500th issue, Marvel Spotlight throws a party to celebrate one of the greatest comics of all time. Join us as we look back at 500 issues worth of amazing characters, top creative talent and some of the most powerful stories in the medium.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Brian Michael Bendis, pencils Khoi Pham, cover by Marko Djurdjevic.

Secret Invasion tie-in! Elektra is a Skrull! Words that have echoed through Marvel Comics for the last two years. But how did this happen and for how long has this been true? The answer is here! Hint! She went down swinging. Plus the answer to the biggest question in modern Avengers history...

32 pages, $2.99.


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

Secret Invasion continues here! Intergalactic war comes to the streets of Manhattan! As Ms. Marvel stands alone before the Skrull invasion, she must find the warrior within and stop an army of invincible killers!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Mike Benson, pencils and cover by Mike Deodato.

"In the Company of Wolves." Special extra-sized issue guest-starring Werewolf By Night! In the aftermath of the Black Spectre debacle, Moon Knight is Public Enemy Number One, a fugitive from justice. But that's not his only problem. Something awful is happening in the dank basement below Club Lu'Pine. Blood-smeared walls raked by claws tell half the story. To know the whole truth, Moon Knight will have to step into the arena and stare down a creature fueled by instinct and fury. To survive, he must become what he faces.

80 pages, $3.99.


Written by Brian Michael Bendis, art by Billy Tan, cover by Aleksi Briclot.

Spider-Man versus Captain America in the jungles of the Savage Land! But who is who and what is what? At least one of these people isn't who they say they are. Plus a huge chapter in the Secret Invasion story as more information as to how the Skrulls set their major plans in motion is revealed... Guest-starring Ka-Zar and Shanna.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Kevin Grevioux, penciled by Koi Turnbull, cover by Nic Klein.

The first chapter of a two-part Secret Invasion story! Skrulls. Shape-changing aliens who have invaded Earth. Impersonating and replacing your friends and family. Maybe even taking the place of a brother. When an army of Skrulls arrives in Manhattan, Donyell Taylor asks: Was the Night Thrasher who died in Stamford, Connecticut really his brother? Or could it have been a Skrull? Desperate to find out if his brother is alive, Donyell rushes off to investigate. Little does he know, some familiar faces might be launching an investigation of their own. One that puts them on a collision course with their former teammate. From the pages of Avengers: The Initiative, enter: Counter Force!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Warren Ellis, penciled by Steve Kurth, cover by Brandon Peterson.

When one superhuman is discovered: they must observe. When two are discovered: they must act. And when three are found: it's Project Spitfire's mission to kill them all. It's a hard world, and hard decisions have to be made. Unfortunately for Ken Connell and Izzy Randall, they're at ground zero in the battle to prevent super-human Armageddon.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Kieron Gillen, penciled by Greg Scott, cover by Brandon Peterson.

This is a story about killing the future. 1959 is the dawn of the new age of superheroics -- the so-called "Fireworks" have granted superhuman powers to three Americans, and set the world on a collision-course with destiny. But it's a destiny Philip Voight must prevent at any cost. The first newuniversal one-shot expands the mythos of this world.

48 pages, $3.99.

NOVA #15

Written by Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning, penciled by Wellinton Alves, cover by Alex Maleev.

Face-to-really-big-face with Galactus! He's attempted to save evacuees, he's tried to bring down a horrifying serial killer, he's even gone one-on-one with the Silver SurferŠbut now our lone space cop must take his plight directly to the Big G himself! But the question is: will this universal force of nature even listen? It's got Galactus, Silver Surfer, Nova and crazy twists.

32 pages, $2.99.


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

Nothing -- not The Mink, not The Nowhere Man, not hordes of zombified robots or robotified zombies, not even poisoned hamburgers -- can possibly stop Omega The Unknown from concluding his story in this tenth issue of this precedent-smashing miniseries. Learn the final fates of Alex, Amanda, Fenton and their friends -- as well as the answer to this question: if one of Manhattan's costumed defenders perishes, can anyone take his place?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Kathryn Immonen, penciled by David LaFuente, cover by Stuart Immonen.

Patsy Walker, S.H.I.E.L.D. wants YOU to join the InitiativeŠand protect the frozen north. You heard me right, sister. The Klondike. Seward's Folly. Alaska. So pack some long johns and prepare for trouble. Guest-starring Iron Man!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Fred Van Lente, pencils by Cory Hamscher, cover by Gurihiru.

There's this invasion, see, and it's a secret... No, no, not that one. The one where dastardly Skrulls impersonate Marvel's premiere all-kids super hero team, commit crimes around the universe in their form, so intergalactic bounty hunters capture and imprison Alex, Julie, Jack and Katie in Space Juvie...the dreaded reform-school planet Hadith-VI! And the only ones with any hope of springing them are Franklin Richards, H.E.R.B.I.E., and Smartship Friday!

32 pages, $2.99.


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

"Jigsaw," part four. The Hand and its cadre of fantastic killers makes its move against the Punisher as every shooter in New York City has their sites trained on Frank Castle...and with his only allies in hiding, Frank brings the fight underground. As the entire city watches Frank run, S.H.I.E.L.D. -- and Bridge's Girls -- follow. The creative genius of Jigsaw is in full bloom/ much punishment can one man take?

32 pages, $2.99.


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

The world has turned upside down! The Skrulls have taken the Earth as part of their empire, the Avengers and Initiative are scattered...but there are two people who want some answers. One has a hammer and one has a shield.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, pencile by Barry Kitson, cover by Alan Davis.

"Operation: Break-in." As the situation in the Negative Zone continues devolving, Ben and Johnny realize that their one chance to get back home resides with a criminal mastermind...trapped in Reed's prison for non-registered heroes and villains! It's the new Fantastic Four, True believers--the Thing, the Human Torch, Franklin, and Valeria--making one last-ditch attempt to save the Baxter Building from complete destruction!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Brian Reed, penciled by Marco Castiello, cover by Juan Doe.

As Skrull warships fill the skies, and heroes battle for their very survival in the Savage Land, the citizens of New York struggle to survive the worst day of their lives.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Christopher Yost, penciled by Takeshi Miyazawa, cover by Michael Ryan.

Things look bleak for the future of the Marvel Universe. Xavin has turned on the Runaways. Hulkling is out of commission. Can the rest of the Runaways and Young Avengers keep it together? Heck, can they survive?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Peter David, penciled by Vincenzo Cucca, cover by Mike Deodato.

Secret Invasion tie-in and X-Factor crossover issue! It's double the trouble as our gamma-ray glamazon finds herself on a collision course with the mystery-solving X-Factor and hip-deep in the Skrull infestation! What does She-Hulk's partner Jazinda ­ who just happens to be a Skrull ­ know about the invasionŠand is she part of it? And why has writer Peter David pitted the heroes of his two books against one another? All the answers are waiting for you hereŠand so is an exciting new art team!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by John Rhett Thomas, cover by Greg Horn.

Ever since the dawning of the Marvel Age of heroes, the Skrulls have been known as scheming, conniving, insidious interlopers in the affairs not just of Earth, but the whole universe. Now, get the Skrulls' side of the story! Who are they, what drives them, and what are their ultimate goals? Who are their heroes, and who are their villains? And what will become of their clash between religion and modernity - manifest in their relentless pursuit of the Earth as the final prize - when it spills over into universal mayhem? Skrulls! helps answer these questions and gives you the clues to ask even more! Featuring detailed information about the full expanse of Skrull history ­ including biographical data of classic Skrulls through the ages, reprints of key moments from Skrull history and original material that will help form a deeper understanding of the Skrull race...all from a Skrull perspective.

64 pages, $4.99.


Written by Howard Chaykin, penciled by Marco Turini, cover by Greg Land.

"Power to the People," part 1 of 6. They were gods walking the Earth... powerful but flawed, they dreamed of remaking the world in their image. After their apocalyptic battle with Redstone, and after their terrifying fight with the Ultimate Universe, that dream has become a nightmare. While mankind struggles to rebuild, new heroes appear -- and Nick Fury, left behind after the hit Ultimate Power limited series, learns the shocking secrets of four astronauts who returned to EarthŠchanged.

32 pages, $2.99.

THOR #10

Written by J. Michael Straczynski, pencils and cover by Olivier Coipel.

As the Asgardians returned to this life and Thor returned to Midgard, so came the ills that have plagued the gods and man for millennia. Now for the first time since their rebirth, Thor and his fellow hero-gods are venturing forth from the Shining City to confront the growing evils that amass on their horizon...and within their walls...

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Christos Gage, penciled by Fernando Blanco, cover by Billy Tan.

Secret Invasion strikes Thunderbolts Mountain as Captain Marvel attacks! But when you're dealing with the Thunderbolts, it's never quite clear who's the villain and who's the hero...Also, another unexpected visitor shows up, threatening to tear the T-Bolts apart from within! Can Norman Osborn hold his team of damaged psyches and tortured souls together, or is this the end of the Thunderbolts as we know them? Part 1 of 4.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Cary Bates, pencils and cover by Paul Gulacy.

"Payback is a Bitch." Super heroes running a female fight club? Unbelievable perhaps, but it's a tale of depravity that will send shockwaves across the globe once the sordid details appear on a podcast uploaded by the True Believers! Who are these counter-culture subversives with strange powers and abilities who have proclaimed themselves 'warriors of the information age'? The True Believers not only speak truth to power, they wield it like a weapon using it to root out lies and deception, cover-ups and conspiracies wherever they find them. Whether it's S.H.I.E.L.D. or the Illuminati, HYDRA or Weapon X, the CIA or the CSA, no target is too big and no one is off-limits -- including a wary superhuman community with plenty of its own secrets to hide!

32 pages, $2.99.



Written by Paul Tobin, penciled by Alvin Lee, cover by Roger Cruz.

It's probably a bad sign when Hercules comes asking for a favor. It's juuuuuust a little job that needs doing, but this is Hercules; isn't he supposed to be really good at doing labors himself? Before they know it, Iron Man, Spider-Man and the Hulk are stuck looking after Orthus and Cerberus, the two legendary hounds of the underworld! Luckily, the dogs learn to behave after chewing up only a few cars, a statue, and Iron Man, and finally they're obedient enough for the Metro Dog Show! Only problem, Hercules wants the dogs back. Oh no, Herc, not before the Hulk gets his ribbon! It's two dogs with five heads between them, and all the action you can handle.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Chris Eliopoulos, penciled by Ronan Cliquet, cover by Carlo Pagulayan.

The FF have received an invitation they can't refuse...on the moon. But who could it be and what do they want? Be here to see if the Fantastic Four survive or if they need to change their name to the Terrific Three.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Petere David, penciled by Juan Roman Santacruz, cover by Sean Gordon Murphy.

Hulk and his traveling buddies (fun-loving teen, Rick Jones and rollicking monkey, Monkey) have returned to New York City to find something amissŠ all the super heroes have been transformed into ravenous, stumbling monsters! But can even the strength of the Hulk stand up to the unstoppableŠ Marvel Mummies?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Jef Parker, art by Ig Guara, cover by Leonard Kirk.

It's the bottom of the ninth, the Avengers are down by two, two strikes down and bases loaded. The stakes for the Cosmic Pennant have never been higher. How will Galactus call this one?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Marc Sumerak, penciled by Ryan Stegman, cover by Sean Gordon Murphy.

Start your engines, Spider-Fans, because Peter Parker is about to hit the highway on one of the most exciting adventures of his young life -- Midtown High's Driver's Ed course! But the road to four-wheeled freedom becomes bumpy when the monstrous Man-Bull stampedes through the city streets!

32 pages, $2.99.




Written by Warren Ellis, pencils and cover by Simone Bianchi.

Ellis and Bianchi are ready to take the X-Men to the "Second Stage"! "Messiah CompleX" pulled the X-Men team together, "Divided We Stand" tore them apart. Now the X-Men are back to business -- with a new look, a new base of operations, and a mystery to solve that will take them into previously uncharted territory and test them to their core! "SFX" tie-in.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Ed Brubaker and Matt Fraction, pencils by Greg Land and Terry Dodson, covers by Alex Ross and Land, variant covers by Michael Turner and Dodson.

"SFX," part 1. Sentinels? What? And Magneto? And is that the Master Mold? What the hell is going on in San Francisco now that the Uncanny X-Men have relocated there? They've got a new Headquarters and a new status quo as the gauntlet is thrown for a new era of mutantkind. It's all here in the double-sized anniversary issue that sets up the plotlines that will be developed over the next year in Uncanny.

48 pages, $3.99.


Written by Mike Carey, pencils by Scot Eaton, cover by Alan Davis.

Sinister's machinations finally come to a head, after decades of preparations. Can Xavier discover the secrets to the plot against his mind before his loses his sanity? Or will he become another in a long line of victims? Either way, he just may learn things about his past he'll come to regret. Guest starring Sebastian Shaw and the deadliest gator in the swamp, Gambit!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Peter David, penciled by Larry Stroman, cover by Boo Cook.

Secret Invasion tie-in! A She-Hulk crossover! Darwin and Longshot show up! New cover artist, Boo Cook! New interior artist, Larry Stroman! And X-Factor's new digs!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Duane Swierczynski, pencils and cover by Ariel Olivetti, variant cover by Marc Silvestri.

The war that started in "Messiah CompleX" continues here! Hang on to your Bjorn-straps, people: Here it is, the can't-miss conclusion to "War Baby"! Both Cable and Bishop have crossed lines they thought they'd never cross. There's no going back now. And in the disaster-ravaged streets of a near-future Manhattan, it all comes down to which X-Man wants to accomplish his objective more. The gloves are off, the guns are loaded, and nobody's going to walk out of this one unscathed -- including the baby!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Marc Guggenheim, pencils by Yanick Paquette, cover by Terry Dodson.

"New Genesis," part 4 of 5. It's the Young X-Men vs. the Hellfire Club! Will the kids survive?

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


Written by Charlie Huston and Jason Aaron, penciled by Jefte Palo and Werther Dell'Edera, cover by Bryan Hitch.

"Angels and Demon," part 5 of 6. It began with one simple mission: Kill the Purifier leader Matthew Risman before he kills any more mutants. But everything went to hell...and now it gets worse. Wolfsbane's decent continues. War rages between Risman and Bastion. The Choir rises. And if that weren't enough... it's X-Force vs. Archanagel.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, art and cover by Adam Pollina.

Warren Worthington III thought he had it easy. Wealthy upbringing, posh prep school, hot girlfriendŠbut all of that ended when wings started growing from his back! Now the young man who will be Angel of the X-Men is embarking on his first adventure, and discovering what makes him a hero.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Mark Millar, art and cover by Steve McNiven, variant cover by Michael Turner.

"Old Man Logan," part sof 8. Logan owes the Hulk Gang. He owes them big, and they're not the kind to let a debt slide, even for the guy who -- 50 years ago -- called himself Wolverine. So Logan's agreed to a crazy ride across America with the blind archer, Hawkeye, to deliver a package to the East Coast. First stop: San FranciscoŠbut only if Logan and Hawkeye can make it past.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Chris Claremont, pencils by Tom Grummett, cover by Alan Davis.

The Exiles find themselves caught in a war on an Earth where Napoleon's empire has been reigning for centuries, but the team has more than a few troubles to contend with. Psylocke finds herself in the far east, where echoes of her past on her own Earth leave her reeling. Gambit, meanwhile, finds himself in familiar waters on his first mission with the team, while the others get caught up in a web of politics and Imperial intrigue.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Fred Van Lente, pencils by Clayton Henry, cover by Salvador Espin.

"To me, my X-Men! You must immediately pursue Wolverine into Canada! He has defected back to Alpha Flight ... and taken Kitty Pryde with him!"

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Daniel Way, pencils by Stephen Segovia, cover by Greg Land.

"Son of X," part 2 of 2. The origin of Daken, the son of Wolverine! Following in his father's footsteps, Daken is inducted into a secret society of killers and trained by the master himself -- the mysterious being known as Romulus. But now that Daken has been freed from his master's grasp by his father, Wolverine, has his training endedŠor has it just begun?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Roger Stern and Michael Higgins, art by Dave Cockrum, cover by Eric Nguyen.

Featuring two never-before-seen stories illustrated by the late Dave Cockrum. First up, relive the history of the X-Men, as recounted by Professor X and his old friend, former FBI Agent Fred Duncan. Then, the New Mutants -- Rictor, Boom Boom, Cannonball, Rusty, Skids, Sunspot and Wolvesbane -- face off against the Mad Thinker.

48 pages, $3.99.


Written by Jeff Parker, pencils and cover by Roger Cruz.

The X-Men's new friend Aaron isn't acting quite right. As it turns out, neither are the rest of the X-Series androids back at his secret facility. You might even say they're starting to become... murderously unstable.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Chris Claremont, penciled by Patrick Scherberger, cover by Doug Gregory Alexander.

No-Name. Her past is a mystery, both to her fellow students at the Xavier Institute as well as the faculty and staff. Nevertheless, that past is coming back to haunt her. When her teammates awake to find their nameless friend missing, there's no way they can just let the matter go, no matter what the school's headmasters say! Continuing the story of the offspring of the X-Men.

32 pages, $3.99.

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Written by Gregg Hurwitz, penciled by Paul Azaceta, cover by Tomm Coker.

"Short Time, Part 1. Los Angeles. The City of Angels. For a town that thinks it's pretty, there's plenty of ugly to go around. That's where the Foolkiller comes in -- taking a scalpel to warts, expurgating the cancer that grows in society's gut. When an ex-con named Darius Goode is brutally murdered just two days out of Lompoc, it barely makes the police blotter. But when signs point to Goode being the latest victim of the clandestine hate-crime organization known as the White Angels, the Foolkiller has to get involved. Thus begins a bloody search that takes him from the Hollywood Hills to the city's back alleys and eventually across the path of the one vigilante whose legend exceeds even his own. Yep, him.

32 pages, $3.99.


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

It all comes down to a tape. And what seven desperate and insanely powerful men have done to conceal it. So far, they're off to a good start: A Special Forces Squad has got the drop on the Punisher and is poised to fulfill the kill order. But then there's a twist --a development no one could have seen coming, least of all Frank Castle -- and things get really interesting.

32 pages, $2.99.


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

The conclusion to the gritty World War I fighter pilot saga. The body count has reached an all time high and the pressures of combat have taken their toll on Karl Kauffman. Can he survive the war with his sanity intact? Can he survive at all?

32 pages, $3.99.


Written, pencils and cover by Richard Corben.

A three-issue limited series that offers eerie new spins on the poems and short stories of H.P. Lovecraft. Each issue features three adaptations -- beautifully rendered in black and white with gray tones as only Corben can do it -- along with a printing of the original source text by H.P. Lovecraft. In this second issue: "The Music of Eric Zann," "The Canal," and "The Lamp."

32 pages, $3.99.



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

The third collection follows a different twist of the knife this time -- telling three interlinking stories that take place during the early 1970s and swirl around the fate of a hard-luck Femme Fatale, a boxer and a thief and killer just home from Vietnam. Each story is told from a different narrative point-of-view, so we can see the varied secrets and hidden desires that ultimately lead to a lot of murder and mayhem.With an introduction by writer/director John Singleton.

104 pages, $11.99.


By Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips.

Nothing is what it seems when a woman on the run falls for a man running from his past! In "Bad Night" Part 2 of 4,Jacob K. is no stranger to trouble, or to the strangers that bring trouble with them. Still, his coincidental meeting with a beautiful woman in need of shelter is beginning to turn his life upside down, and he's starting to wonder if he even cares. And he's also wondering if there are really any coincidences in life. See what these bad nights will bring him, and if he'll get out alive.

40 pages, $3.50.


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

Since he put on the green wetsuit and became Kick-Ass, Dave Lizewski has broken both legs, shattered his back; been run over by a Mercedes, smashed by garbage cans, and clobbered by gangsters; become a YouTube phenomenon and inspired a wave of costumed vigilantesŠbut none of that can compare to what's going to happen now that John Genovese knows who he is.

48 pages, $3.99.


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

With Roland's spirit still trapped in the court of the Crimson King, the dark ruler makes the young gunslinger a shocking offer: In exchange for his life, Roland must climb with the King to the top of the Tower where they will jointly claim the throne that overlooks all creation -- and then utterly destroy it! Should Roland refuse, his life will be forfeit and the Crimson King will rule the coming Chaos alone. The fate of creation rests in Roland's hands in this concluding chapter in the second arc enlarging on Stephen King's magnum opus.

48 pages, $3.99.


Written by Anthony Flamini and Robin Furth, cover by Jae Lee and Richard Isanove.

Woe unto those who traverse beyond the cursed Borderlands into End-World! 'Tis a twisted and desolate realm where it seems as if the world passed ages ago. From the blasted landscapes of Thunderclap to the frozen heights of Empathica, End-World shows no mercy to unwary young Gunslingers. In a world where information -- and a bit of luck -- is the key to survival, the End-World Almanac serves as your guide to the Badlands, Le Casse Roi Russe and beyond!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Barbara Canepa and Alessandro Barbucci, art and cover by Alessandro Barbucci, English adaptation by C.B. Cebulski.

The end of its first arc! As power-hungry Papess Lodovica seeks more control over the citizens of Papathea, the "heretics" who still honor the memory of the outcast ruler Agape rise up in protest. Suddenly, our lovely sky doll, Noa, finds herself in the middle of a Holy War -- one which she quickly becomes swept up in as rumor of her true powers spread. Roy and Jahu do their best to protect her -- but as Noa soon discovers, no one can avoid their true destiny!

64 pages, $5.99.


Written, penciled and cover by Denis Barjam, adapted by Paul Benjamin.

The European best-seller ­ now finally presented in English! In the midst of a latent civil war between the core planets and outlying planetary settlements, an immense wall has cut our solar system in two. The black wall absorbs all light and matter, and it's up to a band of soldiers facing courts martial to investigate the phenomenon. They're the men and women of the Purgatory Squadron. For which crimes are they here? And can they work together long enough to stay alive once they enter... The Wall?

56 pages, $5.99.


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

Licking their wounds, the Trojans have withdrawn behind their impenetrable city walls. All, that is, save their most celebrated warrior, Hector, who refuses to retreat. And so the stage is set for the Achaeons' mightiest hero, Achilles, to face Hector in a single combat that may decide the future of this epic struggle. It's the final chapter of this timeless work that has spoken to countless generations of the triumphs and tragedies of war.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Roy Thomas, penciled by Hugo Petrus, cover by Gerald Parel.

The Musketeers are ensnared in a deadly plot by Cardinal Richelieu to gain revenge on the Queen for her once spurning his romantic advances. And if the evil Richelieu's scheme is realized, d'Artagnan and company may find themselves outcasts of the throne! Will they discover they are being played as pawns before it's too late? You know you have to read it to find out.

32 pages, $2.99.


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

For three straight days Ahab has chased the great White Whale, and now the briny behemoth has finally turned, to do battle with his peg-legged pursuer! Refusing to give up in the face of the Pequod's destruction and with a piercing roar of defiance at fate itself ­ the star-crossed captain closes with his aquatic obsession one final, fateful time. Don't miss the shattering conclusion to one of the great American novels.

32 pages, $2.99.


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

Now that Seren carries the child destined to become the next Penmerlin, she can no longer hide from the forces of Darkness. As Morgen's minions surround the castle of Joyous Gard, Kerrigan and his mandrake Blaise help her to escape. But can Kerrigan really betray the forces of Chaos which he has served for so long? And is he willing to make the one sacrifice that will keep Seren safe forever? Find out in the final issue of Sherrilyn Kenyon's acclaimed Arthurian fantasy, Sword of Darkness.

32 pages, $2.99.


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

"Z." Brand new story arc! New format! Who were the Rat Pack of the Powers universe? And was Detective Christian Walker one of them? When the controversial crime fighter only known as Z meets his maker, the investigation reveals a secret chapter of Walker's past. Will Walker's true origin reveal itself to those closest to him? And can they handle it? Plus: Deena Pilgrim faces her future.

40 pages, $3.95.

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