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TUESDAY, JULY 22, 2008




Written by Brian Michael Bendis, penciled by Butch Guice, cover by Gabrielle Dell'Otto and Dean White, variant cover by Alex Maleev.

It all comes together in this climactic issue as we follow the twisted paths of Bruce Banner and Nick Fury as they approach their destinies. And at last--the Watchers speak! And what they have to say about the uncertain future of the Ultimate Universe is utterly terrifying. You must not miss this one!

32 pages, $2.99.


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

Carnage versus Venom for all the marbles! It's the big conclusion to the War of the Symbiotes as Eddie Brock returns to Midtown High after months away. He seeks out Peter Parker and demands that Peter either help him find the Venom symbiote that once was grafted to him or Peter's secret identity will be revealed. Who should show up at his doorstep but a very much alive blast from Peter's past!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Brian Michael Bendis, penciled by David LaFuente, cover by Mark Brooks and Richard Isanove.

The relationship between Peter Parker and Mary Jane is one of the most iconic and popular romances in all of comics -- and in this very special issue, that relationship delves into an area never before seen in any Spider-Man comic! Destined to be one of the most controversial issues of the year!

48 pages, $3.99.


Written by Jeph Loeb, penciled by John Romita Jr., cover by Brandon Peterson.

Who is the Black Panther? If you think you know, you haven't spent enough time in the Ultimate U! What secrets from his past cross into Captain America's origin? What deal did they make that will throw Cap's loyalty to the Ultimates into question? uest-starring the Ultimates!

48 pages, $3.99.


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

It's the Ultimate Road Trip of the Year! The Hulk and Zarda -- a.k.a. Power Princess from the Squadron Supreme -- team-up for the most wild cross-country smash-and-grab you can imagine! Guest-starring Captain America!

48 pages, $3.99.


Written by John Rhett Thomas.

"For what they've done...they must pay the ultimate price..."

Spingboarding from the pages of Ultimates 3 and Ultimate Power, Jeph Loeb and David Finch's Ultimatum is a six-part series that will change the Ultimate Universe in ways as definitively as the Marvel Universe's Civil War or the X-Men's Messiah Complex. Marvel Spotlight checks in with the series' principal creators and takes readers inside the universe that changed the rules for comics in the 21st century -- and figures out how those rules are going to be rewritten! The end is here, and so is Spotlight!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Stuart Vandal, art by David Finch.

The end of the Ultimate Universe is nigh -- now, see how it all began! This handy primer reaches all the way back to Ultimate Spider-Man #1 and Ultimate X-Men #1 -- with stops along the way for Ultimate Fantastic Four; The Ultimates 1, 2 and 3; Ultimate Origins; the Ultimate Annuals; and more -- recapping all the key beats leading up to the Ultiatum event!

32 pages.



Written by Dan Slott, art and cover by John Romita Jr., variant by Kevin Maguire, Zombie variant by Marko Djurdjevic.

"New Ways to Die," the final chapter. Some jobs a man just has to do with his own two hands! For the first time in a loooong time, it's the one, true Green Goblin versus the Amazing Spider-Man! And whoever walks away from this one still has to face... Harry Osborn? Just what is Harry up to? Plus: Anti-Venom goes toe-to-toe with a classic villain from Spidey's past!

48 pages, $3.99.


Written by Marc Guggenheim, pencils and cover by Barry Kitson.

Whatever happened to Flash Thompson? A powerful story taking Peter Parker's former nemesis and Spider-Man's biggest fan from the avenues of New York to the war torn Middle East along with his fellow brothers in the US Army.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written Joe Kelly, pencils and cover by Chris Bachalo.

As the Mayoral election ramps up, gang activity is at an all time high...and Mr. Negative's newest enforcer, Hammerhead, works to bring all the gangs under one bannerŠor else. With some of the kids from Aunt May's F.E.A.S.T. center caught in the crossfire, Spidey stands up to his old foeŠbut Hammerhead's got some new tricks and even Spider-Man can't stop him this time.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Marc Guggenheim, pencils and cover by Mike McKone.

One of the biggest mysteries of Brand New Day is revealed! Who is the mysterious Jackpot? For months, merry Marvelites have pondered this question? Who is she? What is her dark and mysterious secret? And how does Walter Declun (Wolverine: Civil War) play a part in it?

48 pages, $3.99.


Written by John Arcudi, Tom DeFalco and more, penciled by Ramon Bachs, Tom DeFalco and more, cover by Mike Deodato.

In a story by Ardudi and Bachs, track a crime across the years as we see a criminal's path covered from the Daily Bugle to the DB. Then, in Mr. and Mrs. Spider-Man, DeFalco and Ron show you how a father like Peter Parker deals with leaving his child for the day ­ remembering how his parents never returned when they last left him. Also, see more slices of Peter Parker's Brand New World and take a look at this month's Amazing returning villain, Hammerhead.

104 pages, $4.99.


Written by Zeb Wells, pencils and cover by Angel Medina.

"Amid the chaos, there comes a costume--!" On an alien world, at the behest of an all-powerful megalomaniac, armies of heroes and villains face off in one of the greatest conflicts in Marvel historyŠand Spider-Man is there! As failed journalist Eddie Brock sinks deeper into the poisonous depths of his soul, the hero who ruined his life comes back from the Secret Wars with a living, breathing alien symbiote. Chronicling the twin corruptions doomed to bring together a wreck of a man and a jealous monster to form one of Spider-Man's deadliest foes!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Terry Moore, art by Craig Rousseau, cover by Moore.

Someone at Midtown High is leading a double life...but it ain't who you'd expect. Can MJ conceal her secret identity from her closest friends, or will her double life be revealed to the entire school? (Hint: Her double life will be revealed to the entire school.)

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Tom DeFalco, pencils and cover by Ron Frenz, Zombie variant by Pat Olliffe.

With her life stolen by the mysterious Brand New May and her father in the hands of Fury, the Goblin Queen, a gravely injured Spider-Girl must carve a new life for herself as friends turn against her and old enemies come to her aid--and that's just the beginning of this double-sized 25th issue spectacular!

32 pages, $2.99.


Cover by John Cassaday.

It's Spider-Man from cover to cover in the thrilling third edition of the wall-crawler's very own ongoing magazine! In addition to full-length comic-book stories, this issue features puzzles and games, pinups, a letters page, and a pull-out poster!

96 pages, $6.99.


Written by Dan Slott, pencils and cover by Steve McNiven.

Get on the Brand New Day bandwagon with the new ongoing series, reprinting the thrice-monthly Amazing Spider-Man in chronological order! Collecting Amazing Spider-Man #546-547.

56 pages, $4.99.



Written by Jeff Parker and Paul Tobin, penciled by Nick Dragotta and Michael Cho, cover by Dave Bullock.

The Man Vs. Nature conflict reaches epic levels when The Sentry must face the towering Mauling Menace known as Ursus the Ultrabear! Also: Why are all the other heroes suddenly avoiding the Sentry? For all his powers, the Sentry now finds himself helpless, faced off against a wall of silence and lurking menace, standing alone until he can uncover the deadly clues leading to The Secret of Area B! Plus, the atomic menace of the Super-Collider! All this in one full-color issue! Be there!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Dan Slott and Christos Gage, pencils by Stefano Caselli, cover by Mark Brooks, Zombie variant by TBA.

Secret Invasion tie-in! The explosive finale starts here! Now that the Kill Krew knows Skrullowjacket's master plan, can they stop the true purpose of the Fifty State Initiative? Plus: It's Thor Girl vs. Ultra Girl! One is more than she appears to be... and the other's a Skrull. And, after fourteen issues, is Marvel really going to unmask Mutant Zero?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Alex Ross and Jim Krueger, penciled by Steve Sadowski, cover by Alex Ross, variant cover by Mike Deodato, sketch variant by Ross.

The second act of the maxi-series begins as our three teams -- the Avengers vs. the Avengers vs the Invaders ­ face off in an all-out battle aboard the S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier! While battle rages, Dr. Strange attempts to solve the mystery of what ripped the greatest Heroes Of World War II to the present day, and how to put them back. Will the combined might of three super-teams be enough to stop the cross-time devastation? Match all of this with the return of one of the Avengers deadliest villains -- one with a particular interest in the Original Human Torch -- and you know, from what you've seen so far, the return of Captain America is only the tip of the iceberg!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Chris Claremont, pencils and cover by David Nakayama.

Fresh from a battle that left the Tezuka Advanced Science Institute in ruins, Japan's finest find themselves dispatched to the United States! With BH6 undercover as students, will Southport High School share the same fate? Plus, what better way to get to know a new team member than a knock down, drag out brawl? Is Big Hero 6 ready for New York? More importantly, is New York ready for Big Hero 6?

48 pages, $3.99.


Written by Ed Brubaker, pencils by Luke Ross, cover by Steve Epting.

Bucky has survived his first major trial as the new Captain America, but now a villain from his past - both as Bucky in WW2 and as the Winter Soldier during the Cold War - has come to the U.S. and he'll have to face his history just as he's finding his feet in the present. The beginning of a gripping war and espionage tale, with some familiar faces for long-term Cap readers, as the New Captain America moves further into the Marvel U.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Daniel Knauf and Charles Knauf, pencils and cover by Mitch Breitweiser.

The first in a series of specials covering the length and breadth of the larger-than-life legend of Captain America, as told by the industry's leading experts in the field! First up, it's 1944, and wouldn't you know it? Them sneaky Nazis have managed to crack the secrets of electro-magnetic physicsŠyeah, that's right: apples may fall down in the free world, but schnitzels are falling up in the skies over a mysterious lab in a Polish forest, thanks to a little help from a nearby forced-labor camp. Sure, we could send in the Marines, but why bother when we've got Captain America?! But even Cap may be meeting his match against the lab's sadistic cybernetic commandant. Because everyone knows, the only thing worse than a Nazi is a Robot Nazi!

56 pages, $3.99.


Written by Jeph Loeb, art and cover by Tim Sale and Dave Stewart.

World War II is in full effect, and Captain America and Bucky have been thrust onto the battle's frontlines. Cap and Buck's latest mission puts them on a collision course with Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos that could alter the ending of WW2 as we know it!

32 pages, $3.99.


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

This special collector's edition features the all-new Bucky Barnes origin story from CAP #0 -- in both full color and bold black and white -- plus loads of never-before-seen extras!

48 pages, $3.99.


Written by Paul Cornell, penciled by Leonard Kirk, cover by Bryan Hitch, Zombie variant by David Yardin.

"Hell Comes To Birmingham." As the team is rocked by confusion in their ranks, they're called into battle on their first official mission. All hell has broken loose in Birmingham and MI 13 agent Captain Midlands in the middle of it. It's super heroes vs. the supernatural, full on. What has Dr. Plokta offered the residents in return for their immortal souls? And why are the Mindless Ones starting their assualt from Birmingham? The team lost one member in their first adventureŠ can they all survive this? Part 1 of 4.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Christos Gage, penciled by Andrea Di Vito, cover by Mike Perkins.

The untold story of Magneto's rise to power continues! The mutant army grows with the additions of Quicksilver, the Scarlet Witch, Polaris...and Charles Xavier?! Together, this amazingly powerful team sets their sights on the liberation of Genosha. But Magneto and Xavier have very different philosophies on human/mutant relations. Will they become enemies, as they did in our world...or will their alliance make them unstoppable?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Ed Brubaker, penciled by Michael Lark, cover by Marko Djurdjevic, Zombie variant by Travel Foreman.

The shadows of the city grow thick with ninja blades. The Hand is back in New York, on the hunt for something as yet unknown...but the enigmatic new Lady Bullseye is in league with them, and whatever they're after can't be good news for Daredevil and his friends. The first chapter of "Broken Hand" begins here -- featuring Iron Fist, the Black Tarantula, and more!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Daniel Way, penciled by Paco Medina, covers by Clayton Crain, variants by Rob Liefeld and Ed McGuinness.

A Secret Invasion tie-in. "One of Us," part 3. As the next generation of Super-Skrull prepares to wreak havoc on our unsuspecting planet, Deadpool reveals his ultimate plan -- a plan that is completely and utterly insane. Will it succeed? Will it fail? Will itŠdo both? The event that will re-establish Deadpool as one of the most controversial characters in the Marvel Universe!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Charles Knauf and Daniel Knauf, art and cover by Daniel Acuna, Zombie variant by Eric Nguyen.

A spy revealed! A traitor's machinations unleashed! A force so powerful that even the gods fear its return! As the Eternals continue their attempts to muster what defenses they can against the Horde, their problems are compounded to the tune of a god's wrath! Gilgamesh the Forgotten One has awakened, and none shall be spared as he carves a bloody path through the ranks of the Eternals! What hope have mortals when even Eternals must fear annihilation?

32 pages, $2.99.


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

"A Fantastic Four Wedding And A Funeral"Š

32 pages $2.99.


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

It's the end of the FF's adventure in the worlds of Fiction! Will there be a happy ending?! Are those wedding bells we hear?! Can it really be that, as the title has it, Johnny Storm Saves Books?! And there's this trick Reed pulls that made our eyes cross. And the big villain who we can't reveal yet because you'll see this before he first appears, oh, he really gets hoist by his own petard! But will the team get back to reality in time to save Billie Lumpkin? All this and a talking badger!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Jason Aaron, art by Tan Eng Huat, covers by Marc Silvestri.

"The Last Stand of the Spirits of Vengeance." The biggest Ghost Rider arc in ages begins here, as long lost brothers turned enemies Johnny Blaze and Danny Ketch finally come face to face. In the snow covered mountains of Tibet, Blaze and the new Caretaker uncover a startling secret about the Ghost Rider -- or rather Ghost Riders. And that sets the stage for a battle to decide the fate of Heaven itself. Plus, a Ghost Rider Saga backup feature.

48 pages, $3.99.


Written by Simon Spurrier, penciled by Javier Saltares, cover by Clint Langley.

He's been away, he's been down to rock bottom; but he's back. Dan Ketch reborn: a stranger, darker figure. So what happened, Dannyboy? Where did it all go wrong? Tying-into Jason Aaron's take on the Ghost Rider mythos, this is a tormented fall into the deepest pits of the soul. Via Technomancer babes, talking carrion-birds, battering-rams on bikes and the inescapable hunger for Vengeance, it's a dark tale of AddictionŠ

32 pages, $3.99.


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

Secret Invasion tie-in! Trapped on Knowhere, the Guardians desperately race to uncover their Skrull infiltration. But why are the Skrulls in the Guardians' bizarre HQ, and what exactly are they up to? And even if the Guardians survive the danger, paranoia and intrigue, will the team itself be in one piece after all the cards are laid bare? Find out in the latest buzz-building issue of the series that Aint It Cool News calls ³a damn fun comicŠwith highfalutin' space action, and an anthropomorphic raccoon stealing the show.²

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Jeph Loeb, pencils and covers by Arthur Adams and Frank Cho.

"What Happens in Vegas..." and "Hell Hath No Fury..." Two tales in one issue. When Bruce Banner sets out to find the Red Hulk he doesn't expect his search will lead him to Sin City, Nevada. And imagine his surprise when he arrives to discover the unbridled carnage a pack of Wendigos can unleash! Las Vegas buffets will never be the same! Plus: no matter what size, shape, color or sex, Hulks don't take kindly to being on the wrong side of a beating. Armed with an arsenal of advanced S.H.I.E.L.D. weaponry and itching for payback, She-Hulk's Lady Liberators have one goal: Subdue the Red Hulk, and make him pay in the process.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Jeff Parker, penciled by TBA, cover by Giusseppe Cammuncoli.

It's a knock-down, drag-out fight between the Gamma-powered Hulk, and the original science project gone wrong, the lightning-born Frankenstein's Monster! The science-spawned beast of the Victorian Age meets the modern menace of the Nuclear Age, and when these monsters mash, forget the torches and pitchforksŠ just run! Guest starring a hoary host of Marvel's scariest creatures and bogeymen smashing and terrorizing their way through this Monster-Sized issue!

56 pages, $3.99.


Written by Greg Pak, penciled by John Romita Jr., cver by Gary Frank.

Experience World War Hulk -- the super-hero-smashing, city-leveling, bone-crushing, Marvel-history-making event -- and its major tie-ins in chronological order! In World War Hulk #3, the insane Smashfest that is "World War Hulk" continues! The Hulk has never been angrier or stronger or more certain of the vengeance he seeks against Mr. Fantastic, Iron Man, Dr. Strange and Black Bolt -- the four so-called "heroes" who exiled him into space. But can he survive a merciless assault by one of his oldest and most implacable opponents? What defense can he muster when Doctor Strange unleashes the full power of the Sorcerer Supreme? And who will survive when the Hulk's best friend on Earth clashes with the Hulk's first ally from Sakaar? And in Incredible Hulk #109, boy genius Amadeus Cho pulled together a team of Renegades to side with his big green hero during -- but what will happen to his faith in the Hulk's heroism when he discovers the horrors lurking beneath Madison Square Garden? The Hulk takes center stage with a terrifying confrontation and a stunning revelation that lays bare the central question of whether the Hulk is a hero -- or a monster.

72 pages, $4.99.


Written by Greg Pak, pencils by Ron Garney and Butch Guice, cover by Garney, Zombie variant by Carlo Pagulayan.

A thousand years ago, the Prophet entered the desert, as hungry and broken as any who hears me now. But when he emerged, he was strong enough to save the seven clans of talking souls. Today we walk the Prophet's Walk, so that you may find your own true power, Son of Hulk. But are you ready for the Prophet's trials? (Plus... just who the devil is that mysterious gray faced boy in the "Shadow Tales" backup story?)

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Greg Pak and Fred Van Lente, art and cover by Clayton Henry, Zombie variant by TBA.

"Love nad War," part 2. What's an Atlantean/Amazon war without the Avenging Son himself? For the first time since "World War Hulk," Hercules, Prince of Power, faces off against Namor, Prince of Atlantis! Meanwhile, an infatuated Amadeus Cho dances on the edge of doom with a deadly Amazonian princess -- and loves it, baby!

32 pages, $2.99.


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

Danny races to discover why all the previous Iron Fists except Orson Randall have died at age 33. But Danny's just turned 33 himself, and a mysterious man with abilities too weird to fathom has shown up out of nowhere to kill him. So, yeah, that might have something to do with it. What killed every other Iron Fist, this one guy? Nah, couldn't be. UnlessŠis this ultra-powerful man more than just a man? And how did the last Iron Fist, Orson Randall, dodge the inescapable fate that apparently killed all 65 of his predecessors?

48 pages, $3.99.


Written by Matt Fraction, pencils by Salvador Larroca, variant cover by David Aja.

Has Tony Stark come face to face with his equal? His betterŠ? Stark Industries is beset on all sides by the evil Ezekiel Stane and his hordes of suicide bombers around the world. Can Iron Man be in four places at once while his empire crumbles? The devastating conclusion to The Five Nightmares.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Christos N. Gage, penciled by Sean Chen, cover by Adi Granov.

A Secret Invasion tie-in! "War Machine: Weapon of S.H.I.E.L.D." continues as Rhodey takes on the Skrull ArmadaŠalone! Meanwhile, a global hot spot becomes much, much hotter as the Skrulls move to seize Russia's nuclear weapons. Will War Machine make it there in time ­ and if he does, will Russia's native superhumans, the Winter Guard, be his allies...or another deadly enemy?

32 pages, $2.99.

MARVEL 1985 #6

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

At last -- the heroes are here! The biggest, most powerful Marvel Super Heroes throw down in final conflict against the cruelest, most evil Marvel Super-Villains, with the fate of the real world in their hands. For young Toby Goodman, will this be a chance to see his comic book dreams come true? Or will he arrive too late to save his father? And -- who is Clyde WynchamŠand more importantly, who does he become, and what role will he come to play in the Marvel Universe of today? Answers arrive at last in the conclusion.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Karl Kesel, pencils by Ramon Bachs, covers by John Watson, variant covers by Stephanie Buscema and Art Adams.

It's Gorilla Warfare as the Simian Superheroes plot their primate plan against the human's homeworld-- and the only one who can stop them is... The Gibbon? Good thing he has help from... Speedball?

40 pages, $3.99.


Written by Brian Michael Bendis, pencils Steve Kurth, cover by Marko Djurdjevic.

Secret Invasion tie-in! Before the Skrulls invaded the human race, they battled the noble Kree in a bloodwar that has lasted centuries. And in this Secret Invasion tie-in, the lives of two of the most famous Kree, Captain Mar-Vell and Marvel Boy, will alter the events of the Invasion forever. This issue will have very serious consequences for the future of Mighty Avengers.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Brian Reed, pencils by Paulo Siqueira, cover by David Yardin.

The story you never knew! Before she was Ms. Marvel, Carol Danvers was a secret agent for the Air Force. Imprisoned by an unforgiving enemy, Carol must withstand her captor's brutality and find some way to save America.

32 pages, $2.99.


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

"The Death of Marc Spector," part 3 of 6. Norman Osborn and the Thunderbolts have been tapped to bring in the fugitive Moon Knight -- by all means necessary -- and so far they've been left empty-handed. But Norman's got a foolproof plan to flush out his prey. He's got the numbers and the element of surprise, but what he doesn't know is that Moon Knight is not alone.

32 pages, $2.99.


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

Secret Invasion tie-in. The notorious Hood and his gang of the most powerful super-villains of all time need a leg up on the Skrulls. But to get it, the Hood will have to find the true secret to his powers. Who is the demon behind the Hood? Find out in this very special Secret Invasion tie-in.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Kevin Grevioux, penciled by Reilly Brown, cover by Nic Klein.

You fight. You pull together a team to fight alongside you. You make compromises with the trust they place in you, you betray them. You make deals on the side with enemies you'd want dead under any other circumstances. And why do you do it? What could be worth your word, your honor, and even your soul? Night Thrasher is willing to risk anything and anyone to complete his mission, willing to brave any peril...even a world crashing down around him, everything he stands against realized.

32 pages, $2.99.

NOVA #18

Written by Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning, penciled by Wellinton Alves, cover by Francesco Mattina, Zombie variant by Alves.

The Skrulls are assaulting Project Pegasus, and only Nova - and a roster of unexpected allies - stands in their way. But whatever happens, Richard Rider's life will be changed forever!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Marjorie Liu, penciled by Kalman Andrasofszky, cover by Alina Urusov.

The only adult Kiden Nixon ever trusted was her dad -- his guidance helped her survive life on the streets. Only one problem: Nick Nixon was killed years ago. Now, at her darkest hour, Kiden has to ask herself if she can trust this voice from the afterlifeŠor if he has a larger role in the dangerous game she's trapped in. All this plus a special behind-the-scenes section featuring sketches and never-before-seen material!

40 pages, $3.99.


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

Power Pack is after it! Franklin Richards, H.E.R.B.I.E., and Smartship Friday are after it! The Skrull agents impersonating the Power kids are after it! Intergalactic bounty hunters Ambercombie and Finch are after it! And no one wants it worse than the fierce Skrull Warpriest Kho'ja, who possesses all the Pack's powers!

32 pages, $2.99.


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

Secret Invasion tie-in. With an alien armada laying the world to waste, Stuart Rampage Clarke decides to make his move. Skrull Armageddon is just a backdrop for his ultimate revenge- against Tony Stark, against S.H.I.E.L.D., and against anyone that ever stood in his way. And what about Frank Castle? Where does The Punisher fit into Clarke's plans? It's the end of the world as we know it-- time to cross some names off the old enemies list.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Terry Moore, pencils and cover by Humberto Ramos.

The Runaways are more scattered than ever! Barely surviving an attack by some of the few remaining members of Karolina's alien race, the Runaways need to pull it together to be ready for the alien warriors when they get back. But it's looking bleak!

32 pages, $2.99.


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

The Marvel Universe versus the Skrull Empire -- a battle of unity and spirit the likes of which the Earth has never seen. The comic event of the year starts its shocking conclusion.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Joe Pokaski, penciled by Tom Raney, cover by Stjepan Sejic.

The hunt for Black Bolt takes the Inhumans into the stars! Medusa leads her Royal Family into space -- and she's about to make a devil's bargain with the Kree -- and Ronan the Accuser! Is the enemy of your enemy really your friend? And can the Inhumans keep their family together in time to find their King?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Matt Fraction, art and cover by Doug Braithwaite.

Thor and Beta Ray Bill stand against a god-killing Skrull armada, hell-bent on seeing Asgard rent asunder, and burning Broxton, Oklahoma, down to the ground. With innocent lives to save, two cities to defend, an alien army to stop, and a marauding super-Skrull scientifically engineered to destroy them...can Bill and Thor possibly survive?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Mike Carey, penciled by Cary Nord, cover by Terry Dodson.

Emma Frost fights alone against the Skrull thought-wall and Anole goes deep behind enemy lines as the guerrilla war turns into a war of extermination. Hank McCoy searches for the secret weapon that will give the X-Men a decisive advantage: but using it may be worse than losing the war...

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Brian Reed, penciled by Marco Santucci, cover by Mike McKone.

The Secret Invasion tie-in series with the longest title of them all concludes here in shocking style! Jackpot and the cast of Spidey's Brand New Day are toe-to-toe with a Super Skrull that posesses the powers of the Sinister Six! Maybe it's time for everyone's friendly neighborhood wall crawler to get involved?

32 pages, $2.99.


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

As the human survivors of the invasion try to reach safety, they discover the greatest enemy of all is not the Skrulls... but other human beings.

32 pages, $2.99.


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

From the pages of Hulk, the Lady Liberators arrive to launch a new story arc! She-Hulk has been capturing the bad-guys as a bounty hunterŠbut is that enough for our conflicted hero? Time to kick things up a notch­ and that means calling in Valkyrie, Thundra and the Invisible Woman to dispense some hard justice as the Lady Liberators! The red-hot team of Peter David

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Howard Chaykin, penciled by Marco Turini, cover by Greg Land, monkey variant by Paulo Siqueira.

"Personal Best." Distant rumblings in the Mojave Desert signal a new age is at hand, as more and more superhumans emerge...and begin to do battle. As Ultimate Nick Fury assembles his new Squadron Supreme, the four mutated Icarus One astronauts go to...Las Vegas? Meanwhile, even as the mystery of the disappearance of the original team deepens, teen misfit Arachnophilia comes face-to-face with one of the missing Squadron members...

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Jeff Parker and Paul Tobin, penciled by Nick Dragotta and Michael Cho, cover by Dave Bullock.

The Man Vs. Nature conflict reaches epic levels when The Sentry must face the towering Mauling Menace known as Ursus the Ultrabear Also: Why are all the other heroes suddenly avoiding the Sentry? For all his powers, the Sentry now finds himself helpless, faced off against a wall of silence and lurking menace, standing alone until he can uncover the deadly clues leading to The Secret of Area B! Plus, the atomic menace of the Super-Collider!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Peter Milligan, art and cover by Esad Ribic.

Atlantis. Throughout the ages, a few men have wondered if this fabulous place actually exists. Fewer have imagined that the city is protected by a wild and vengeful being, the very embodiment of the untameable depths themselves -- the Sub-Mariner. When a legendary adventurer named Randolph Stein travel deep into the dark belly of the Marianes trench in search of a missing deep sea expedition, he is about to encounter things that supersede his wildest imagination. There is something down there in the murky depths -- something far closer to God than man -- and it has been waiting for Stein for a long, long time.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written, art and cover by Alan Davis.

Davis Thor on one of his most epic adventures in history! The God of Thunder and his fellow Asgardians visit Midgard's ancient Egypt...and leave behind a startling legacy that will change our world forever in this one-shot!

48 pages, $3.99.


Written by J. Michael Straczynski, penciled by Chris Weston, cover by Paolo Rivera.

The Black Widow's secret! The Fiery Mask, accused! And Electro lives again!

32 pages, $2.99.


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

A Secret Invasion tie-in. The final battle between the Norman Osborn-led Thunderbolts and those no-good, stinkin' Skrulls! Will Venom, Bullseye and company emerge as heroes -- or are they destined to remain villains? The answer will have major repercussions for the Thunderbolts...not to mention the entire Marvel Universe itself!

32 pages, $2.99.


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

While Payback lays in a coma fighting for her life, the deeply dysfunctional secrets of the other True Believers come to light as they attempt to take an insidious bio-weapon off the black market. Along the way they encounter an angry Armadillo and a venal Madame Hydra, who has come to the party with a lethal agenda of her own!

32 pages, $2.99.



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

When Klaw, the master of sound, forms a country and western band, Iron Man, Spider-Man and the Hulk decide to investigate. Unfortunately, the Hulk gets hooked on Klaw's mournful music and, wanting to solve those cliché-ridden problems Klaw so beauuutifully sings about, starts returning every lost (and not so lost) dog to its owner, insists on driving a pickup truck, and goes in for some very extreme "Hulk-style" relationship counseling. While this draws a lot of media attention to Klaw's band, it's the Hulk (dang it!) getting all the press, making an irritated Klaw very jealous. The fight is on!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Paul Tobin, art by David Hahn, cover by Clayton Henry.

Volunteering for some heavy-duty landscaping at the city zoo, the Thing and the Human Torch run across the zoo's top secret new exhibit: Devil Dinosaur! But the Fantastic Four soon find out that it isn't all fun and games to find a dinosaur at a zoo, and between the mystery of the zoo's recent plague of nighttime break-ins, and having the cosmically powered Collector show up to claim the dinosaur he won on an interstellar auction website, the price of admission to this particular zoo is a world of hurt.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Peter David, penciled and cover by Juan Roman Santacruz.

The protesters outside of a nuclear power plant are terrified of what might happen if the reactors are ever turned back onŠbut what they should be scared of is the fight between the Hulk and the Abomination happening inside! Russian spy Emil Blonsky infiltrated the facility, and thanks to a burst of gamma radiation, might just cause a nuclear disaster! Can the Hulk stop him?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Jeff Parker and Paul Tobin, art by Ig Guara and Matteo Lolli, cover by Sean Murphy.

It's just a cat, right? The Avengers should be able to rescue a cat from a tree, right? Unfortunately, when both cat and tree are in an overlapping universe, giving them a very ghostly, and very intangible presence, that does make it a puzzler. And it's doubly hard for the Avengers when their efforts attract a deadly interdimensional monster! Plus, the somewhat scintillating menace of...Hammerhead!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Marc Sumerak, penciled by Jonboy Meyers, cover by Zach Howard.

All Peter Parker wanted to do was catch a movie with some friends... but no! Instead, he's got to save the city from a legion of lizards set loose by the sinister Serpent Society! And if that wasn't enough, one of his oldest foes is ready to rampage through the streets of NYC all Godzilla-style! Sometimes being a super hero really bites -- with big pointy fangs!

32 pages, $2.99.




Written by Warren Ellis, pencils by Alan Davis, cover by Simone Bianchi.

Readers met Subject X in the pages of Astonishing X-Men! But what was he really doing and who he was doing it for? Find out in this essential 2-issue tie-in series to Warren Ellis and Simone Bianchi's opening salvo on Astonishing X-Men! Ghost Boxes is about the choices that man made and could have made, and the ripples they cause. Ghost Boxes is about the real stakes of the Ghost Box storyline, and what will happen if the X-Men fail to solve the mystery.

48 pages, $3.99.


Written by Ed Brubaker and Matt Fraction, pencils and cover by Greg Land.

Who will save the X-Men from the Hellfire Cult? It's not Wolverine. It's not Cyclops. But it better be someone because they're a minute from death. And who is that mysterious red-head?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Mike Carey and Daniel Way, penciled by Mike Deodato and Scot Eaton, cover by Deodatoa and Richard Isanove.

What is the secret reason Wovlerone joines the X-Men? The X-Men event of the fall begins in this one-shot! For years, Logan has been a man without a past, whose memories existed only as conflicting fragments. And Charles Xavier has been a master of his own mind and others. Now the tables are turned, and as Wolverine struggles to rescue his son, Daken, from the evil and darkness that have consumed him, Professor X comes face-to-face with the most terrifying secret of all! Beginning here and continuing in the pages of X-Men: Legacy and Wolverine: Origins this month and next, Original Sin is sure to turn readers' expectations on their head!

48 pages, $3.99.


Written by Mike Carey, pencils by Scot Eaton, cover by Mike Deodato and Richard Isanove.

"Original Sin," part 2. After his bruising encounter with Cyclops and Emma Frost, Professor X is forced to revisit the biggest challenge and the biggest failure of his career: Logan. But the layers of lies hide one last, deadly secret which goes back to the days of the X-Men's founding, and the Professor's timing couldn't possibly be worse...

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Daniel Way, pencils by Mike Deodato, cover by Deodato and Richard Isanove, Zombie variant by Deodato.

"Original Sin," part 3. It's Wolverine versus the Hellfire Club as he seeks his missing son, Daken! The bodies will fly and the blood will run as Professor X learns the secret of Wolverine's early days with the original new X-Men! Things were not as they seemed -- but who was deceiving whom? And is there time to save Daken's soul?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Jason Aaron, penciled by Stephen Segovia, cover by Dave Wilkins.

The X-Men have arrived in San Francisco -- but Wolverine finds he's left more than his heart there! Something happened in Chinatown more than 50 years ago...something that the people there still have not forgotten. And now Logan finds himself a marked man, pursued by fighters from every dojo in town--not to mention the mystical warriors of the criminal Triad and their merciless leader...who just happens to be Logan's ex-girlfriend. Guess you shoulda stayed in New York, huh bub?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Duane Swierczynski, pencils and cover by Ariel Olivetti, Zombie variant by Richard Corben.

"Waiting for the End of the World," part 1. When Bishop travels back to the present in search of intel that will aid his search for Cable and the mutant baby, he's intercepted by the X-Force! With Cyclops eagerly waiting to interrogate his former comrade, it would appear that the game is over for the time-traveling cop. So why is Bishop smiling? What trick does he have up his sleeve? And what does this mean for Cable and the baby?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Christopher Yost and Craig Kyle, art and cover by Mike Choi and Sonia Oback.

"Old Ghosts," part 2 of 4. The Vanisher now possesses the one thing that can kill every mutant on the planet. Guess who just made X-Force's hit list? The hunt begins in Japan, but Wolverine and his team aren't the only ones after him. And in an attempt to make peace with the blood on his hands, Warpath goes to visit his brother's grave...but what he finds when he arrives means the killing has just begun.


Written by Greg Pak, penciled by Carmine Di Giandomenico, cover by Marko Djurdjevic.

The latest from the Marvel Knights line! The definitive origin story of one of Marvel's greatest icons continues as young Magneto, a Jewish boy in Hitler's Germany, travels to Berlin with his father in a desperate attempt to secure protection from the Nazi menace. What new rules and skills must father and son learn to survive in this insane new world? And will those lessons be enough to save their family on the Night of Broken Glass?

32 pages, $3.99.


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

Thought everything with Darwin was settled? Thought you knew the full scoop of Longshot's showing up? Turns out you're wrong on both counts as the case takes an unexpected turn and X-Factor finds itself drawn into the mystery of the Karma Project.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Christopher Yost, penciled by Diogenes Neves, cover by J. Scott Campbell.

Over the course of her life, Storm has been many things: A thief. A goddess. An X-Man. A Wife. A Queen. But not until now have these roles come into conflict. When a mutant commits a mysterious murder in Wakanda, Storm takes it upon herself to investigate. And what she discovers will force her into a position where she must choose: Will she stand with the X-Men or with her husband?

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Marc Guggenheim, pencils and cover by Ben Oliver, Zombie variant by Humberto Ramos.

One Young X-Man (or X-Woman) is dead! But there are still more than ten mutants vying for membership on the team. Who will be left to carry on the X-Torch?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Mike Carey and Chris Yost, pencils by Michael Ryan and various, cover by Humberto Ramos.

Mike Carey's Iceman saga continues as things take a dark turn for Bobby Drake with the emergence of an old, deadly foe of the X-Men. Will this spell disaster for our hero or a new chapter in the history of this original X-Man? Also, Emma Frost as you've never seen her before. And find out what Boom Boom has been up to since Nextwave!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Chris Claremont, pencils by Paco Diaz Luque, Tom Grummett and more, covers by Michael Golden and Alexander Garner.

Another double-dose of dimensional deeds dives your way this month! First, in issue 12, Sabretooth and Cat finish their face-off against Madame Hydra and her evil band of crosstime killers. Then, as a new arc begins in issue 13, the Exiles deal with the fallout of their last two missions...oh, and that pesky impending End of All that Is, the death and destruction of the OmniVerse! It's a double-barreled confrontation that not all of them may survive

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Fred Van Lente, pencils by Salvador Espin and Steve Cummings, cover by Michael Golden.

Kitty Pryde is dead ... and Wolverine holds the Soviet Super-Soldiers responsible! Logan unleashes the most ferocious berserker rampage Russia has ever seen -- is the hero lost to the beast forever?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Jeff Parker and Roger Langridge, pencils by Michael Cho, Langrdige, Nick Kilislian, Dean Haspiel, David Williams and Parker, cover by Parker, Kevin Nowlan and Brad Anderson.

Just in time for Halloween, The Beast starts conducting investigations into his own "X" files around the world! Are there aliens among us- or things even weirder? Featuring special guest-star artists and classic material too! And emboldened by the safety net of Nowlan inks, Parker even drew the cover!

48 pages, $3.99.

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Written by Brian Keene, pencils by Chris Samnee, cover by Kaare Andrews.

In the aftermath of a terrifying firefight, the new Devil-Slayer finds himself on the run in Iraq, hiding from friend and foe alike. Now, unsure who he can trust, Danny Sylva must unravel the conspiracy surrounding the Bloodstone Group and solve the mystery of Operation: Xenogenesis. And if he doesn't, his life -- and the life of everyone on the planet -- may be forfeit.
32 pages, $3.99.


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

"Good Night, Moon." Just when the Foolkiller and the Punisher appear to have the upper hand in their war with the vicious hate-crime organization known as the White Angels, another player steps onto the field. Sickle Moon -- 98 pounds of bad, bad news.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Gregg Hurtwitz, penciled by Laurence Campbell, cover by Dave Johnson.

"Girls in White Dresses," part 3. The first of three story arcs written by three of the hottest writers in crime fictions start here in a tale of death, depravity and revenge south of the border. A little girl dead. By his hand. A line the Punisher swore he'd never cross. Now the hooded men who have been preying on the little Mexican town have something more to worry about. Frank Castle has never had less to lose...or more pain to dole out.

32 pages, $3.99.



Written by Christopher Yost, pencils and cover by Pasqual Ferry.

There's a war coming. The same aliens who almost destroyed Earth once are coming back to get the whole job done this time. But we aren't going to just sit and die. The international military is taking our best and brightest to mold them into the finest military minds ever‹and they're taking them young. 8-year-old Ender Wiggin is the best they've ever found. Can he save the Earth? Can he survive Battle School and the game that they will force him to play? The legendary sci-fi epic by New York Times Bestseller Orson Scott Card comes to comics!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, art by Mike Perkins, covers by Lee Bermejo/Laura Martin and Perkins/Martin.

Stephen King's horror epic continues in this issue as the unseen killer, the super-flu Captain Trips, spreads across the entire country, a tide of disease and death. Meanwhile, in Atlanta, in the Center for Disease Control, the US government has taken a keen interest in Stuart Redman, who seems to be the only person immune to the Captain Trips infection. They are determined to find out why--with or without Stu's cooperation. And what do the recurring nightmares Stu's been having--about a dark man with red eyes standing in a cornfield--mean? Plus: Frannie Goldsmith and her father! Larry Underwood in New York! And Nick Andros takes a wrong turn in Shoyo, Arkansas!

32 pages, $3.99.


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

With the battle between the evil John Farson's Big Coffin Hunters and Steven Deschain and his gunslingers finally over, the true death toll is revealed. Will Roland's father be among the dead? Meanwhile, in Gilead, as Roland suffers from the after-effects of his multiple encounters with Maerlyn's Grapefruit, his ka-tet desperately requires his presence at the all-important coming-of-age feast the next night, or the consequences will be dire. Worse still, Cort, the gunslingers' mentor, has chosen his niece, Aileen, to become the betrothed of young Roland...and Cort rarely takes no for an answer

40 pages, $3.99.


Written by Laurell K. Hamilton, adapted by Jessica Ruffner, pencils, cover and Zombie variant by Ron Lim.

Anita Blake is back in the second volume of Marvel's comic adaptation of Laurell K. Hamilton's bestselling series of novels! What would you do for a million dollars? Would you resurrect a two and one half century old corpse? Harold Gaynor poses just that question to Animator and part-time vampire hunter, Anita Blake... Plus, some crime scenes are even too horrible for a vampire slayer... and the worse they are, the more questions they raise.

56 pages, $5.99.


Written by Jean-Francois Di Giorgio, art and cover by Frederic Genet, adapted by Jake Forbes.

On the borders of Japan, a terrible plot is being prepared: General Akuma seems bent on betraying the Emperor despite a mysterious secret that binds them. Meanwhile, Takeo the Samurai continues his quest to obtain the treasure from the XIIIth prophet's vault and foil Akuma's destructive plans. But there are many obstacles in his way: Akanobu -- the mountain of the seven sources, whose rare visitors are never seen again -- and the terrifying Shadow Sisters. Fear sets in. And it would be easier if Natsumi wasn't by their side -- Natsumi, on whose shoulders could lay the destiny of the kingdom.

56 pages, $5.99.


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

The penultimate chapter in Dumas' great saga. King Louis is bored with the siege of La Rochelle and is escorted by the Musketeers to Paris. But grave danger awaits there as the evil Cardinal Richelieu himself targets Queen Anne's lady-in-waiting, Constance, using none other than the cruel and deadly Milady!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Roy Thomas, pencils and cover by Greg Tocchini.

Now that the battle of Troy is over, Odysseus and his men want only to return to their homes and families. With the aid of goddess Athena, Odysseus reaches the island of Scheria, but soon sets sail again as homesickness overtakes him. With his sights set only on his home, the brave Achaean has neglected one thing--the dread vengeance of the sea god Poseidon!

32 pages, $3.99.


By Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips.

Nothing Is What It Seems As This Bad Night Comes To Its Thundering End! The conclusion of ³Bad Night² spins a deadly web of lies and murder, as Criminal's expanded format keeps the hits coming! What's left of Jacob K.'s life has been ripped apart by a chance meeting on one bad night. But when all the things he's been running from come to the surface, we may just learn the Jacob himself is much more than what he seems. 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 can only be found in the Criminal comics, not in any collections.

40 pages, $3.99.

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