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

Aunt May is under arrest, Spider-Man is underwater and the world has gone to hell. Spidey and the gang will never be the same. Features shocking events that will define this book for months to come!

32 pages, $2.99.

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Written by Brian Michael Bendis, pencils and cover by Mike Deodato, variant cover by Marko Djurdjevic.

48 pages, $3.99.


Written by Christos N. Gage, pencils and cover by Humberto Ramos.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Daniel Way, penciled by Paco Medina, cover by Jason Pearson.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Matt Fraction, pencils and cover by Salvador Larroca.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Dan Slott, pencils and cover by Khoi Pham.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Brian Reed, penciled by Patrick Olliffe, cover by Stephane Roux.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Brian Michael Bendis, pencils and cover by Billy Tan.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Andy Diggle, penciled by Roberto De La Torre, cover by Francesco "Matt" Mattina, variant cover by Clint Langley.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Greg Pak, penciled by Leonardo Manco, cover by Francesco "Matt" Mattina.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by John Rhett Thomas, cover by Adi Granov.

48 pages, $3.99.


Written by Matt Fraction, pencils by Mitch Breitweiser, cover by Yanick Paquette.

48 pages, $3.99.



Written by David Hine and Fabrice Sapolsky, art by Carmine Di Giandomenico, cover by Patrick Zircher, variant cover by Dennis Calero.

With great power, come great responsibility...and a leather overcoat, and a revolver. It's Spider-Man as you've never seen him before! Descend into the seamy, trash-strewn underbelly of Depression-era New York, and soar to the bloated heights of corruption and greed, for the unfamiliar story of Peter Parker, a conscientious but powerless young man given the ability to take on the Goblin's mob! Will the crusading photojournalist Ben Urich and the slinky femme fatale Felicia Hardy help him...or stick a knife in his back?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Dan Slott, pencils and cover by Mike McKone.

"Mind on Fire," part 2 of 2. The Molten Man's powers are out of control, setting the world ablaze around him, and destroying his own body and mind within. This is it, his final and brightest burn. And all he cares about is taking Harry Osborn with him! Can Spider-Man pull his best friend's fat out of this fire? And, with what Harry's been up to, should he? All this plus: a secret surprise from Liz Allan, and a major Spider-Mystery is finally solved.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Mark Waid, pencils by Barry Kitson, cover by John Romita Sr.

Peter Parker on a date! After the revelations of ³Mind on Fire², love is in the air for more than one member of the cast and Pete finally gets some time out with the ladies. Amidst the romance though, forces are gathering that will spell trouble for Peter in the months to come.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Marc Guggenheim, pencils and cover by John Romita Jr.

"Character Assassination" begins. The climax to the last year's worth of Spider-Man stories starts with a bang as questions are answered and Spidey's new world is rocked to its core. Who's the person terrorizing people as Menace? Who's behind the Spider-Tracer Killings? Who's going to be the Mayor of New York City?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Dan Slott, Zeb Wells and Phil Jimenez, pencils by Jimenez, Paolo Rivera and various, cover by Stephane Roux.

Even with three issues a month, there's plenty of Spidey's world left to explore. Amazing Spider-Man Extra! is back to make sure you don't miss a beat with three important stories that will affect Spidey's life in the month's to come. Out of the pages of "New Ways to Die" comes Anti-Venom in his first solo adventure by Dan Slott! When Anti-Venom tries to take down a black market drug ring, he comes face-to-face with Mr. Negative...the man who is secretly Eddie Brock's greatest friend. And maybe things aren't as black and white as they seem. Also, more on the mysterious new teenage villain Kraven by Phil Jimenez. And finally Spider-Man meets his Avengers teammate Wolverine by Zeb Wells and Paolo Rivera

48 pages, $3.99.


Written by Stuart Moore, pencils by Joe Suitor, cover by Mico Suayan.

The mucky man monster returns to meet the Amazing Spider-Man in a double-sized epic that connects to both Peter Parker's youth and his present-day adventures. In the Florida Everglades, Spider-Man squares off against eight hundred pounds of menace -- the savage, mindless Man-Thing! But after the battle, Spidey finds his own, radiation-altered body chemistry changing radically. To stop his hideous transformation, he'll have to face his own greatest fear!

48 pages, $3.99.


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

There's a new Green Goblin in town -- and his name is Peter Parker! Spider-Girl faces her biggest challenge yet when she must face off against her own father! Plus, more fun with Mayday's little brother as DeFalco and Coover present Li'l Benjy, The Spectacular Spider-Baby!

32 pages, $2.99.



Written by Kevin Grevioux, pencils by Mat Broome, cover by Juan Doe.

The mystery of Marvel's forgotten Golden Age guardian deepens! As Tony Stark -- a.k.a. Iron Man, Director of S.H.I.E.L.D. -- continues to dig, all he comes up with are more questions. Where is the Blue Marvel today? What unexpected agent has been monitoring him? And what exactly happened that day in space?

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Jeff Parker and Paul Tobin, penciled by Ramon Rosanas, cover by Dave Bullock.

Time was, if a train was about to run over a lady, heroes didn't go back in time to divert the rail, they flew down and took the full impact of that locomotive! And they didn't sometimes team up with their enemies either, a villain is a bad guy and that's all there is to it! There's a lot about hero-ing our friend The Sentry will learn when he meets... the Golden Age Sentry!

Also, the Sentry and his 31st century Guardians of the Galaxy teammates get the call when a planet named Idda is about to give birth, and the only known planetary midwifery tome is guarded by the remains of a savage race! Will they reach the book in time? Live through a horrifying space battle? And will the Sentry even notice Sun Girl has a crush on him? Join the Sentry and the star-spanning Guardians in their quest to deliver big!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Jim Krueger and Alex Ross, penciled by Steve Sadowski, cover by Ross, variant cover by Steve Epting.

With the real enemy revealed, two teams of Avengers are drawn together for a brutal battle royale. Meanwhile, a secret from the Invaders' past threatens to destroy the present, upend the chessboard and send several heroes back through the veils of time...perhaps lost forever.

32 pages, $2.99.


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

Just when they thought the battle was over...things only gets worse for Japan's top heroes! With a new -- and unusual -- predicament afoot, all our heroes have to do is get past the army, navy, air force, marines... Getting home never seemed so hard before! Join the Big Hero 6 for the action-packed conclusion to their first mini-series in the new millennium.

40 pages, $3.99.


Written by Ed Brubaker, pencils by and cover by Steve Epting, 70th Anniversary variant cover by Marko Djurjdevic..

Epting returns as the new Captain America comes face-to-face with an old ally -- Prince Namor -- on a dangerous trip to China. Can Bucky and Namor team up to save the memory of an old comrade-in-arms as Cold War crimes come back to haunt the Winter Soldier? Part 1 of 3.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Paul Jenkins, art by Gary Erskine, cover by Steve Epting.

The third in a series chronicling the adventures that made Captain America the hero we know today. A tale of war, brotherhood and legacy. From skinny Steve Rogers at boot camp to the Super-Soldier leading a battalion of men against the Nazis, this is the Captain America you thought you knew but you've never seen. And when the choice is between his country or his best friend, this is the decision he had to make.

64 pages, $4.99.


Written by Paul Cornell, penciled by Leonard Kirk, cover by Stuart Immonen.

"Hell Comes to Birmingham," part 4 of 4. Captain Britain is reunited with his wife, Meggan! But can they stay together and live through Dr. Plokta's devastating attack? Also, the Black Knight gives into his darkest urges and comes to grips with the truth about the Ebony Blade. Can he ever turn back to the light?

32 pages, $3.99.


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

Revealed: How Magneto formed the House of M! It all comes down to this...the final battle between Magneto's mutant army and the United States of America! Can the Master of Magnetism stand against non-metallic Sentinels? What will happen when Magneto's children learn that he's their father? And how will Earth's superpowers respond when the planet's most powerful mutant finally makes his bid to conquer the world? The epic conclusion to the House of M's greatest untold story is here!

32 pages, $2.99.


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

The shocking ending of Lady Bullseye is here! It's a non-stop kung-fu extravaganza, as Daredevil faces Lady Bullseye and the Hand -- and confronts one of the toughest decisions of his life!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Paul Tobin, art by Patrick Scherberger, cover by Roger Cruz.

All new tales! If Doctor Doom's the most evil guy ever, how much more evil's it gonna get when he puts a whole team of villains to work? It's the series where the bad guys get their say, and the Sinister Six are saying they aren't sinister enough! So, what's the solution? How about Kraven stealing a vibranium staff from the Louvre? Sweet! And how about Electro designs a new suit to better channel his powers? Great idea! And how about ramping up Mysterio's powers by breaking into Stark Industries to steal a miniaturized super-component, battling both Iron Man and Dr. Strange in the process?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Fred Van Lente, pencils and cover by Eric Nguyen.

Ikaris makes a huge move as the next arc in our cosmic adventure begins! As the drastically approaching Horde legion moves ever closer to Earth, Druig and Ikaris' ageless hatred towards one another finally explodes! Pacts are broken, alliances are shaped, lines are drawn, and Eternal blood will flow on the Marvel landscape! Don't miss this jumping on point, dear reader, as the goldern-haired Eternal breaks from the pact to become a star!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Jason Aaron, art by Tan Eng Huat, cover by Arthur Suydam.

The last time we saw Deputy Kowalski, he'd had his hand chopped off and eaten by a crazed cannibal and been Penance Stared by an enraged Johnny Blaze. Now he's back, armed with a hellfire shotgun and gunning for vengeance against the Ghost Rider. And as if that wasn't bad enough, there's also the little matter of the final war for heaven, as Danny Ketch leads the warrior angels of the Black Host against Blaze and his ragtag band of rebels. Is this really the end for the Spirits of Vengeance?

32 pages, $2.99.


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

That Dirty Rotten Rat: confronted at last! In a labyrinth of astral tunnels, with his mind unraveling and his life collapsing around him, Danny Ketch must risk his very soul to fulfill the tangled task of his Angelic master.

32 pages, $3.99.


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

Star-Lord...trapped in the Negative Zone Prison...under attack from King Blastaar and his barbarian hordes! Will Rocket Raccoon and his new Guardians arrive in time to save their leader? Given their recent run of luck, probably not! Plus, cool staggering revelations about Adam Warlock -- as events continue to build to War of Kings.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Greg Pak, pencils by Butch Guice, cover by Ed McGuinness.

The soothsayers sing: One day, green-hued giants will clash on the broken battlefields of savage Sakaar. One day the son will confront the father who abandoned him to monsters and madmen. But before Skaar can meet the Hulk, he must survive today's terrible clash. And even with all his rage and strength, what hope can he have against the return of the Silver Savage? The Silver Surfer returns to Sakaar as a new story-arc begins!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Greg Pak and Fred Van Lente, art by Clayton Henry and Salva Espin, cover by Bob Layton and Guru eFX, variant cover by TBA.

"Love and War," conclusion. Ms. Fantastic! X-23, the Wolverine! Mary-Jane Parker, the Spectacular Spider-Woman! Emma "White Phoenix" Frost! These are the Avengers of the United States of Amazonia now that the World Axis has shifted -- and they've got the last fighter for men's liberation, Hercules, in their sights!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Duane Swierczynski, art by Travel Foreman, cover by Patrick Zircher.

Iron Fist and the Immortal Weapons kick off another dimension-spanning adventure! Think you know everything there is to know about the Seven Capital Cities of Heaven? Well, maybe you do. But a couple of arcs ago there was a tease of there being an eight city...

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Kurt Busiek, pencils and cover by Jay Anacleto.

The Punisher. Wolverine. Elektra. As the sequel to the classic Marvel series continues, Phil Sheldon watches the Marvel Universe get darker, more the same time as he faces devastating personal news. Can he make the public see the marvels for the heroes they are to him? Or is it a lost cause? Phil and Ben Urich run a desperate race through Manhattan to cover the news -- but for Phil, it may be the last time...

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Fred Van Lente, penciled by Kev Walker, cover by Greg Land.

The horror hit reaches its blood-curdling, skin-eating, gore-caked climax! Machine Man trapped in the Zombie-verse! A.R.M.O.R. overrun by the walking dead! The Marvel Universe mere seconds away from being completely consumed by cannibalistic superhumans! All this, plus - straight from the pages of Avengers: The Initiative -- the hottie robot Jocosta!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Mike Benson, pencils by Jefte Palo, cover by Gabriele Dell'Otto.

"Down South," part 1. Out of the frying pan...into the inferno. Marc Spector may be dead, but Moon Knight is very much alive. Hiding out in the dark underbelly of Mexico City, trouble quickly finds the fugitive vigilante when a mysterious millionaire begs him to ensure the safe return of his kidnapped daughter. Problem is, the girl is in the clutches of corrupt cops that are currently in the crosshairs of a vigilante whose methods make even Khonshu blink. The Punisher has come down to Mexico, and God help anyone who gets between him and his prey.

32 pages, $2.99.


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

Final issue. This is what it's all led up to. In a future that's everything he's ever fought against, Night Thrasher has achieved his mission and been reunited with his brother, Dwayne. But at a cost. One that's growing. And when that cost becomes too high, Donyell realizes he needs to take it upon himself to set things right. In this final issue of New Warriors, all bets are off. And no one leaves unscathed...

32 pages, $2.99.

NOVA #21

Written by Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning, penciled by Wellinton Alves, cover by Adi Granov.

Richard Rider: Nova no more? With the new Nova Corps on Earth laying down the law, is there no longer a need for the Human Rocket? Plus: guest-stars Darkhawk and the original Quasar!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Dan Abnett, Andy Lanning and Marv Wolfman, penciled by John Buscema and Sal Buscema, cover by John Buscema.

You know Nova from his ongoing series; now, see how it all began in this power-packed origin! Before New Warriors and Annihilaton, Nova was one of the seventies' most scintillating stars! Experience the birth of Marvel's sci-fi hero like never before with a brand-new framing sequence by Nova scribes Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning! Re-presenting Nova #1 and #4.

48 pages, $4.99.


Written by various.

Follow the history of the Marvel Universe as it unfolds month by month with the All-New Official Index to the Marvel Universe. Each issue provides synopses for dozens of individual comics, including back-up strips, introducing you to the characters, teams, places and equipment that appeared within, providing vital information about first appearances, where they last showed up and where they appeared next! Chronicle the Marvel Universe, starting with Spider-Man (from Amazing Fantasy #15 on), Iron Man (from Tales of Suspense #39 on) and the X-Men (from 1963's X-Men #1 on).

64 pages, $3.99.


Written by Garth Ennis, pencils and cover by Steve Dillon.

"The Resurrection of Ma Gnucci," conclusion. The latest offering from the Marvel Knights line reunites the seminal creative team of Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon for a special, weekly-shipping 6-part limited sequel to their legendary story arc, "Welcome Back, Frank." She's back and she wants payback. Ma Gnucci. Eighty-five pounds of hairless, armless, legless, supposed-to-be-dead evil. And that's not the end of Frank Castle's problems! It would appear that someone else Frank put six feet under is alive and kicking -- and wants dibs on the Punisher. Enter: Elite.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Rick Remender, art by Jerome Opens, cover by Mike McKone.

"Living in Darkness," part 1. The fight against the "Dark Reign" begins as the duty of chronicling Frank Castle's war journal is passed to new regular team of Remender and Opena. One man with one bullet, in the right place, at the right time, can change the world. That's why the Punisher is perched atop a building on the Jersey shore with a high-powered Skrull rifle, his crosshairs trained on a target in Midtown Manhattan. But who is his target -- and why? One thing's for sure: They're anything but helpless. Someone is watching their back. Someone big. Enter: The Sentry!

48 pages, $3.99.


Written by Warren Ellis, art by Cliff Nielsen, Terese Nielsen and Chris Moeller, cover by Cliff Nielsen and Terese Nielsen.

Marvel's favorite pessimist looks through his darkest glass yet into a world where "marvel" is just another word for "horror." Nuclear warfare, internment camps, government oppression, drug addiction, degradation, suicide...and those are just the ones we have words for. Have the men and women we know as heroes made the situation better or worse? Here's a hint: In the Ruins, radiation only kills. Collecting Ruins #1-2.

80 pages, $4.99.


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

"Dead Wrong," part 6 of 6. The conclusion of Moore's first heart-wrenching story-arc. It's the final showdown between Karolina's fellow Majesdanians and the Runaways. The effects of this will shake the core of the Runaways and change their lives.

32 pages, $2.99.


By various.

Thirty-six posters commemorating the crossover event of 2008!

72 pages, $6.99.


Written by Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning, penciled by Paul Pelletier and Bong Dazo, cover by Brandon Peterson.

The Secret Invasion may be over, but the Inhumans are still reeling from the terrible wounds inflicted on them by the Skrulls. And this time, the Royal Family and their massively powered people have been pushed too far! You have never seen the Inhumans like this -- and it's only the beginning! Plus: How will the empire-expanding Vulcan react to these recent universe-shaking developments? Before this double-sized shocker is over, vengeance will be had, daring alliances will be forged, and the first shots in a destiny-changing battle will be fired!

48 pages, $3.99.


Written by Peter David, penciled by Steve Scott, cover by GG Studio.

Our Gamma-irradiated emerald beauty is facing a United Nations inquiry, and they're throwing the book at her... Mallory Book that is. Will she pay for the crime of heroism? Will she be forever called a Menace to Society? And hey... didn't she used to have a friend who was one of those "Secret Invade" types? To everyone's surprise, old friends -- and old enemies -- arrive with new developments to complicate She-Hulk's life.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Howard Chaykin, penciled by Marco Checchetto, cover by Mike Deodato.

"One Fine Day," part 1 of 6. America -- devastated in a war of superhumans, abandoned by her greatest heroes...and rebuilt by Nick Fury. After last issue's shocking ending, the master manipulator will face a few old friends -- friends who have some interesting ideas about the world of tomorrow. But does Fury have a place in it?

32 pages, $2.99.


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

The bottom of the ocean. The bottom of the Earth. The depths. Legendary adventurer Randolph Stein travelled here, into the dark belly of the Marianas Trench, to find a missing deep-sea expedition and refute a legend. What he's found surpasses his wildest nightmares. A creature of indescribable power and fury has been waiting for him. Its name is Namor, and it has special plans for Stein. Special plans.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Paul Tobin, art and covers by Marcelo DiChiara and and Chris Sotomayor.

Introducing the Marvel Universe in a way you've never experienced before! Welcome to Super Hero City, a crowded capital of classy crusaders and crafty criminals in a crammed collective, and home of the Super Hero Squad! Take a stroll down to the Xavier Institute, past the FF's Baxter Building..but don't stray too far, because dastardly Doctor Doom's domain is the next block over...! Collecting the super-popular comics seen Marvel's kids website, this issue also includes bios on all of your favorite Super Heroes and Super-Villains!

48 pages, $3.99.

THOR #600

Written by J. Michael Straczynski, Stan Lee and Chris Giarrusso, penciled by Oliver Coipel, Giarrusso and TBA, wraparound cover by Coipel, variant wraparound by Marko Djurdjevic, variant by Marc Silvestri.

The mighty God of Thunder hits a major milestone! Thor goes back to its classic numbering for this issue 600 mega-event, and even Stan "The Man" Lee joins the party with an all-new story! J. Michael Straczynski and Olivier Coipel bring their widely acclaimed run to a major culmination! And Chris Giarrusso lays down an epic Mini Marvels Thor adventure!

104 pages, $4.99.



Written by Louise Simonson, pencils by Rodney Buchemi, cover by Salvador Espin.

The origins of the greatest warrior godhood has e'er known: The Mighty Thor! See how the God of Thunder came to our world, and what awesome adversities shaped him into a champion of man!

32 pages, $2.99.


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

When a major fast food restaurant launches a "Good Taste Need Not Be Alien" advertising campaign, it hires a few aliens for publicity. But who's the marketing genius who thought Null the Living Darkness would make a good employee? And why won't anybody fire him? Battle lines are drawn at a fast food counter when the Fantastic Four stand between hungry citizens and an incredibly powerful, and incredibly belligerent, fast food cashier in, "Would You Like Living Darkness With That?"

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Paul Tobin, art by Matteo Lolli, cover by Salvador Espin.

No matter how powerful you are, how heroic you are, or how beloved you are, you still have to pay taxes. And when the IRS comes knocking on the door to Avengers Tower, it causes all sorts of problems. Luckily, the Avengers can avoid the problematic filing of their real names by helping the IRS collect back taxes on a few deadbeats. Unfortunately, those deadbeats include Bullseye, Man-Bull, the Absorbing Man, Whirlwind, and a certain highly-successful web- designer named Oog---and these guys don't want to pay!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Todd Dezago, pencils and cover by Sanford Greene

"Jumping to Conclusions." Spider-Man is a little red in the face when he assumes that the costumed figure leaving the scene of a crime is the criminal! Pointing out that that's what J. Jonah Jameson does to him, The Prowler reminds Spidey that it's never a good idea to jump to conclusions!

32 pages, $2.99.




Written by Christopher Yost, penciled by Dustin Weaver, cover by Brandon Peterson.

Marvel Girl, Korvus and Lilandra are the only resistance to Vulcan's reign, but Vulcan aims to end their rebellion. With Havok, Polaris and rest of the Starjammers in prison, they don't stand to get much help. The Shi'Ar Empire is expanding under Emperor Vulcan's reign... Come see the road to the War of Kings!

32 pages, $3.99.


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

"Ghost Box," part 4. Big action. Big Science. And a Big Mystery to solve! The X-Men go on a mission that will take them into mind-bending and previously uncharted territory -- one that will test them -- and their leader Cyclops -- to their very core.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Mike Carey, pencils by Phil Briones, cover by Mike McKone.

"Salvage," part 1 of 5. It's the moment that X-Fans have been waiting for -- Rogue makes her return to the X-Books. But while Xavier seeks out Rogue, who is searching for him? Hunter becomes hunted and friend becomes foe, in a story that will change your favorite Southern Belle forever.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by C.B. Cebulski, penciled by Giuseppi, Camuncoli, cover by David Finch.

Darkchilde comes calling to the X-Men's doorstep‹and she's not leaving without her Soulsword.

32 pages, $3.99.


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

"Who the Hell is Eli Bard?" After Warpath's shocking discovery last issue, now it can be told... the origin and history of the mysterious man who betrayed the Purifiers, killed a Technarch, and plans a dark future for X-Force and all of mutantkind. Welcome to first century Rome, and meet the man named Eliphas and his Black Queen...the woman the X-Men know as Selene.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Duane Swierczynski, pencils and cover by Ariel Olivetti.

"Waiting for the End of the World," conclusion. In the present, Cyclops, Emma and Beast have been ambushed by Bishop and a nasty little surprise he's smuggled into the X-Men HQ. Meanwhile, hundreds of years in the future, Cable realizes what the former X-Man has done to the planet -- all in an effort to make sure Cable and the four-year-old mutant messiah never, ever return to the present. Once again, the rules of the hunt have been completely rewritten, and the future of mutantkind has never looked more uncertain.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Peter David, pencils by Valentine De Landro, cover by Mike McKone.

Witness the most important event in the lives of Jaime Madrox and Siren -- the birth of their baby! What will happen to X-Factor -- and what will be the meaning for mutantkind? The answers are not what you expect -- but that's what makes it X-Factor!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Marc Guggenheim, pencils by Ben Oliver, cover by Billy Tan.

You think you know everything there is to know about Young X-Men? Think again. One shocker has been brewing since #1 and the pot peaks with #10.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Daniel Way, pencils and cover by Yanick Paquette.

"The Family Business," part 2 of 2. Wolverine and Daken go toe-to-toe with one of the most sadistic villains in the Marvel Universe: Cyber! Looking to settle scores on many fronts, Cyber has returned to wreak havoc! How will Wolverine defeat the one man he's ever feared...and how can he trust his son not to betray him?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Joseph L. Clark, art and cover by Das Pastoras.

All Logan wanted was a little drive in the fresh mountain air. What he got was the stench of death on a little patch of road outside the town of Pottsville. Someone or something is laying down roadtraps for passing motorists. Is it the work of a serial killer? Or is the entire town in on the crime? The only way for Logan to know for sure is to offer himself as bait. It's a terrible waste of a beautiful muscle car, but hey, someone's got to do it.

48 pages, $3.99.


Written by Mike Carey, Frank Tieri and various, pencils by Michael Ryan, Takeshi Miyazawa and various, cover by Humberto Ramos.

The final issue of the X-Men anthology mini-series! See the conclusion of Carey and Ryan's Iceman story? What does Mystique want and why is she coming to Iceman? Also stories featuring the return of Avalanche and a rockin' story starring Dazzler!

32 pages, $3.99.


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

Last time Wolverine tangled with the four mystical warriors of the Black Dragon Death Squad, it very nearly cost him his life. But this time he's got some help, as every kung fu school in Chinatown unites behind him‹including the reunited Sons of the Tiger! But at what price will come victory? And what dark decision will Wolverine be forced to make?

32 pages, $2.99.


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

The boy survived Kristallnacht, the Einsatzgruppe, and the Warsaw Ghetto. But now Max Eisenhardt faces Hitler's Final Solution in the death camp known as Auschwitz-Birkenau. What will it take to endure? Who are the Sonderkommando? And will a vision of a girl named Magda bring hope -- or horror? The definitive origin story of Magneto reaches its shattering conclusion.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Fred Van Lente, pencils, cover and variant cover by Dennis Calero.

"Chief Detective Magnus had never seen Sebastian Shaw so angry before. The vein pulsating in the man's forehead threatened to burst as he swept one arm around what remained of his looted Hellfire Club.

"Look at this!' Shaw seethed. "Just look! They stole everything that wasn't nailed down -- and then they took the nails out of the rest of it and stole that, too!

"If you can't catch these X Men, Eric, I can just as easily shift to someone who will..."

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Christopher Yost, penciled by Diogenes Neves, cover by Stephane Roux.

On one hand, her husband. On the other, her teammates. While Storm races to save the lives of the Black Panther and the X-Men, she recognizes a third option: take down the one responsible for making her choose in the first place. And to do it, she just might get some help from an unlikely source...

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Chris Claremont, penciled by Tim Seely and Vicenc Villagrasa, covers by Alex Garner.

The heart wants what the heart wants and the sadistic Slaymaster wants Psylocke's heart...literally! The Elizabeth Braddock of Earth-616 has slipped through his nefarious fingers one too many times, but he's finally cornered her on a world targeted by Empress Hydra for extermination! As the dimensions buckle and the end-of-all looms nigh, it's a showdown for the record books -- and only one will walk away! An issue so shocking we had to call it ³Who Dies Next?²!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Fred Van Lente, pencils by Francis Portena, cover by David Williams and Wil Quintana.

Though a lycanthrope's bite has turned Wolverine into a true raging beast of the night, he may have at last found peace in his werewolf pack. But when he learns that the focus of the pack's vengeance is Kitty Pryde's father, only Jack Russell, the Werewolf-by-Night, may be able to stop him in time!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Christos N. Gage, pencils and cover by Mario Alberti.

We take you back to the days of grungy 90s as The X-Men and Spider-Man face off against Mr. Sinister and Carnage! But this Spidey isn't Peter Parker--it's Ben Reilly, the Spider-Clone! And Wolverine's claws are made of bone, not adamantium!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written Chris Claremont, pencils by Scott Clark, cover by David Yardin.

You're Colossus, the steel-skinned X-Man who can dish out some serious hurt. So when Wolverine wants to take you down a peg or two, who's he gonna call? If you're thinking mean and green, you're on the right track... A tutorial in pain you won't forget! Plus: a classic Claremont tale!

48 pages, $3.99.


Written by Marc Sumerak, penciled by Mark Robinson, cover by Michael Ryan.

Wolverine finally has all the answers he wanted about his days at the Weapon X facility... but he's also discovered why those memories were so deeply buried to begin with! Will his quest for the truth unleash an even greater danger upon those around him? The only way to make sure it doesn't is by facing off against his greatest enemy - himself! Plus: Gambit has just been hired for the biggest job of his young life - a heist at the Weapon X facility!

48 pages, $3.99.


Written by Marc Sumerak and Chris Giarrusso, art by Scott Koblish and Giarrusso, cover by Gurihiru.

Jack Power and Franklin Richards take a wild trip through the timestream and end up face-to-face with a pre-teen Wolverine! But since young James Howlett is nothing at all like the hero he is destined to one day become, it'll be up to our time-tossed troublemakers to teach the once-and-future-Wolvie how to kick some butt! Plus...Mini-Marvels!

32 pages, $2.99.

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Written by Duane Swierczynski, penciled by Michel Lacombe, cover by Dave Johnson.

"Six Hours to Kill," part 1. The Punisher always knew he'd die on the job. But he didn't know he'd have an expiration date. After busting up a slave ring in downtown Philadelphia, Frank Castle has been tricked, trapped, gassed, strapped to a table and injected with a serum that will turn him into a 220-pound corpse by dawn -- six hours from now. The people who grabbed him want him to do a simple little job and then they'll give him the antidote -- simple, right? Guess again. The Punisher is nobody's errand boy. There's only one thing he wants to do before he dies: Take as many bastards as he can with him.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Duane Swierczynski, pencils and cover by Mico Suayan.

For 28 days of the month, Jack Russell leads a normal life. He's got a beautiful wife and a baby on the way. He's the picture of happiness. On day 29, however, he turns into an uncontrollable, bloodthirsty monster. But as the saying goes, the best-laid plans of wolves and men...
32 pages, $3.99.



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

Soon to be a major motion picture! Dave Lizewski has had better days. When he first pulled on the Super Hero suit, it was the thrill of a lifetime. Since then, he's been banged-up, beaten, broken, bludgeoned, and all sorts of other b-words. He's met a 9-year-old assassin and been on a super hero team-up. He's watched people die and seen himself become an internet celebrity. But all that means nothing -- compared to tonight.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, art by Mike Perkins, cover by Lee Bermejo, variant cover by Perkins.

The violently contagious superflu Captain Trips has now encompassed the entire country in its deadly embrace and there's no turning back. America is rapidly becoming a country of the sick...the dead...the damned. Against that ever-darkening backdrop, Randall Flagg, the Walking Dude, the Dark Man, at long last saunters into this, the climactic chapter of the first volume of Marvel's acclaimed adaptation of Stephen King's horror classic. Abandon hope all ye who enter here..

32 pages, $3.99.


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

In the midst of Gilead's coming of age party for Roland and his ka-tet, the treacherous Walter O'Dim and the Good Man John Farson have enlisted Steven Deschain's wife, Gabrielle, in a deadly scheme to assassinate Gilead's ruler. Once Deschain has been removed, the path to Maerlyn's Grapefruit will open wide for the Crimson King and his minions to reclaim the nightmare-seeing sphere and plunge all of Mid World into chaos.

40 pages, $3.99.


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

As the Executioner of St. Louis, Anita Blake has made her fair share of dirty dealings with the dregs of the underworld. And if Anita wants to solve the grisliest case of her career, it looks like she¹s going to have to make one more dark compact: this time with the newly crowned Master Vampire -- Jean-Claude!

32 pages, $3.99.


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

Merewyn, Varian and Blaise continue on their dangerous journey through the Valley Of No Return where every step could be their last. Merewyn is the only person who can identify the knight of Avalon who has betrayed the Grail Knights‹the six knights entrusted with protecting the secret location of the Holy Grail. However, our travelers' road is not without obstacles...the fiery tree-spirits are problematic enough, but no one anticipated having to deal with triplet brothers... who haven't seen a woman in over three hundred years! Let the fun and danger begin!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Valrie Mangin, adapated by Paul Benjamin, pencils and covers by Aleka Gaji.

After a thousand years of peace, the Orbis -- the Roman Galactic Empire that thought itself almighty -- trembles down to its foundations. The Huns, savage warriors that came out of nowhere, are trying to conquer it. King Attila has already pillaged and burned dozens of planets without any legion being able to stop him or even slow him down. And unfortunately for Rome -- Kerka, the Hun's goddess of chaos herself ‹ is back. But the Gods have a taste for tragedy: Kerka has been reincarnated in the body of Flavia Aetia, a young Roman girl. Is Flavia truly this macabre divinity? Is she the by-product of a terrifying plot? Or is she only the victim of a terrible destiny? A free adaptation of Hun king Attila and the Roman general Flavius Aetius' confrontation, Scourge of the Gods replays the eternal struggle between order and chaos on the galactic level. Halfway between sci-fi and heroic fantasy, the huge epic fresco proclaims antique grandeur as well as the barbarism that lies in our future.

56 pages, $5.99.


Written by Christophe Arleston, adaptation by C.B. Cebulski, pencils and cover by Adrien Floch.

The first-ever English adaptation of the critically acclaimed European science-fiction epic continues! Shipwrecked on planet Ythaq, officers Granite and Navarth attempt to save Callista, the sumptuous passenger for whom they¹re responsible. What they don¹t know is that she stole the identity of the terrible military chief Ophyde and now seems to control the region. But what role does Dhokas the cruel mercenary play? It¹s in the heart of the Kreac¹h lagoon palaces that Navarth and Callista will make some surprising discoveries: Ythaq is a world where the echoes of many mysteries ring.

64 pages, $5.99.


Written by Eric Shanower, art and cover by Skottie Young.

Double origin issue! Find out how both the Scarecrow and the Tin Woodman came to be. Romance and dismemberment, spontaneous life and evil spells -- this issue has all sorts of surprises. Plus, you've never seen a Cowardly Lion before like Young's big bashful ball of fur! Join young Kansas farm girl Dorothy on the road through the Land of Oz as she collects companions with severe identity issues.

32 pages, $3.99.


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

To fulfill his promises to the goddess Circe, Odysseus sails to the Land of the Dead to uncover the next step in his legendary journey. Despite eluding Sirens and Cyclops, ogres and enchantments, Odysseus continues to encounter grave danger as his ship fast approaches the two fabled monsters, Scylla and Charybdis, from whose grasping arms and madly swirling whirlpools no ship has ever escaped.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Roy Thomas, penciled by Mario Gully, cover by Gerald Parel.

David Balfour and his companion aboard The Covenant, Alan Stewart, have survived the attack of the ship's crew and now control the ship's liquor. The reluctant Captain agrees to take Stewart to Linnhe Loch in exchange for bottles of brandy. All seems well until The Covenant strikes a reef and young David is thrown overboard!

32 pages, $3.99.


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

The most twisted super-villain story ever told! Meet the Black Death. Five years ago someone ratted-out this super-powered crime lord and he's been doing hard time ever since. So, what will he do when he finds out an old henchman who's supposed to be dead has been living in Witness Protection all this time? Hint: He's going to kill a lot of people.

32 pages, $3.50.

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