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

The end of an era? The last issue of Ultimate Spider-Man? Peter Parker is Spider-Man no more? Is Spider-Man dead and gone in the events of Ultimatum? This final issue will leave you jaw-on-the-floor shocked at the turn of every page!

40 pages, $3.99.


Written by Damon Lindelof, pencils and cover by Leinil Francis Yu.

The slugfest continues as a new heavy hitter comes a callin', the ultra-sexy Ultimate She-Hulk! Who is this mysterious jade giantess and, more importantly, who's she puttin' the hurt on first?

32 pages, $2.99.



Written by Dan Slott, pencils and cover by Barry Kitson, variant cover by Paolo Rivera.

"Face Front," part 1 of 2. An adventure from Spider-Man and the Fantastic Four's past is about to have a profound effect on their future. That's if Spidey and the Torch can stop fighting long enough to notice! What's the cosmic-level rift that's dividing two of the Marvel U.'s best friends? Plus, a dark turn for Harry Osborn. A new role for Mr. Negative. And the start of a story that's going to effect almost every title at Marvel Comics!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Dan Slott, with art and cover by Barry Kitson.

"Face Front," part 2 of 2. The gloves are off! The mask is off! And for Spidey and the Torch? It's on! One of the deepest friendships in the Marvel U. is about to take a sudden turn... Plus, life kicks into high gear for practically every member of the supporting cast! Big changes, big surprises, and an event so huge, it's going to be felt in almost every Marvel title!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Mark Waid, penicled by Mike McKone, cover by Joe Quesada, variant cover by Paolo Rivera.

"24/7," Part One! In the aftermath of Spidey's Fantastic Four voyage, his whole world is turned upside down by the new rules of the world. The good news is that after all these years, Spider-Man finally gets the upper hand on J. Jonah Jameson--but it's gonna cost him, particularly with the all-new Vulture winging into town! Plus--Peter drops by Aunt May's house for the shock of his life!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Tom DeFalco, Abby Denson, Marck Sumerak and Tony Lee, pencils by Ron Frenz, Colleen Coover, Todd Nauck and Mark Robinson, cover by Frenz.

Never send a man to do a girl's job! That's right, Spider-Fans, Mayday Parker, the spectacular Spider-Girl joins the Family this month and she's here to stay to answer one crucial question: Who is Gwen Reilly? Elsewhere, take another trip to the neighborhood battlefield of Forest Hills, Queens, with Aunt May -- The Amazing Spider Ma'am! And back in the Marvel Universe, Spidey teams up with brand new foe Screwball in a race against the clock to rescue a young child, and in the Private Life of Peter Parker, new pal Carlie Cooper shows Pete how a real cop solves crimes.

64 pages, $4.99.


By various.

Featuring Amazing Spider-Man #558 and #559.

56 pages, $3.399.



Written by Jeff Parker, penciled by Carlo Pagulayan and Gabriel Hardman, cover by Adi Granov, variant cover by Ed McGuinness.

Back in the 1950's our heroes fall deeper into the mystery of the Dragon's Corridor- leading them to Communist plots and two mysteriously familiar bodies on ice. In the present day, a similar trail of intrigue winds back to secret plans of the Atlas Foundation. The Agents look to be building a hellish arsenal for Norman Osborn, and they've just gotten the attention of none other than Captain America!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by C.B. Cebulski, Daniel Merlin Goodbrey, Jonathon Green and Jonathan Hickman, penciled by Kenneth Roquefort, Lou Kang, Fiona Staples and Nicholas Pitarra, cover by Kenneth Roquefort.

Marvel's premiere all-new anthology continues as Wolverine and Punisher go toe-to-toe with the deadly Viper on the streets of Madripoor! Meanwhile, in the future, Iron Man 2020 has problems of his own as his new energy-efficient air transport gets blasted by the mysterious Commodore Q! Sunspot and Cannonball continue their moviemaking mayhem in Mojoworld! And Jonathan Green (Anita Blake: The First Death) and the incredible Fiona Staples give us an untold tale of Spider-Woman's pastŠand some of California's most horrible vampires!

40 pages, $3.99.


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

The explosive issue that changes everything! From the moment it was formed, the Initiative has had more than its share of dark secrets. Now, they've all come out. On top of everything else, can the Initiative survive this? Well, the title of this story is The Initiative: Disassembled.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Jim Krueger and Alex Ross, penciled by Steve Sadowski and Patrick Berkenkotter, cover by Ross, variant cover by Mitch Breitweiser..

The true enemy stands revealed and in a twisted past with no order, two teams of heroes make their way under the Atlantic ocean to confront the enemies of freedom who are planning their next move behind a wall built around Europe. But even with the help of Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos, plus Black Panther, it may be too late to stop the end of everything.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Reginald Hudlin, penciled by Ken Lashley, cover by J. Scott Campbell.

"Deadliest of the Species," part 3. The Black Panther is backŠand she's badder than ever. That's right -- she! Wakanda stands at the brink: Something happened to T'Challa -- something awful -- and there's only one person who can replace him. As this brave soul embarks in the dangerous ritual to become the new Black Panther, the stakes have never been higher. An unstoppable force is headed toward Wakanda. Morlun -- Devourer of Totems -- is back, and he's hungry.

32 pages, $2.99.


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

The most important issue of Captain America since #25! Sharon Carter's dreams are forcing her to relive the death of Steve Rogers -- and her time under the control of Dr. Faustus. But will these dreams also reveal hidden secrets about what she saw and did the day Steve died?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Paul Jenkins, art by John McCrae, cover by Mitch Breitweiser.

On the night of March 25, 1945, 23 men of the Second Battalion of the United States Army Rangers undertook one of the most daring raids of World War Two, led by none other than Captain America. But it doesn't go the way anyone planned, when a German soldier is taken as a prisoner of war and placed in Cap's care. In his second installment, Jenkins explores the fact and fiction of World War II Captain America, and the good soldiers that followed him into the darkest of days.

48 pages, $3.99.


Written by James Robinson, penciled by Marcos Martin, covers by Martin.

Leading off a series of celebratory specials commemorating Marvel's 70th Anniversary, an untold story of the living legend. In the days before he becomes Captain America, a scrawny kid from Brooklyn named Steve Rogers shows the world that you don't need a super-soldier serum to be a hero. Plus a classic Captain America tale from the Golden Age by Joe Simon and Jack Kirby.

48 pages, $3.99.


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

In #3, Pete Wisdom let loose hordes of Magical villains in order to fight the Skrulls. His chickens are coming home to roost as Dracula has united these forces. They've begun to rip MI13 apart and take England for their own. Treaty with Doctor Doom or not, their threat will not be contained to Great Britain. And there's nothing Pete can do about it

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Ed Brubaker, penciled by Michael Lark, cover by Marko Djurdjevic, variant cover by Russ Heath and Juan Doe.

Did you think it was going to be easy for the Kingpin to waltz back into New York City? Or did you smarten up and realize that every crook and super-villain who ever had a grudge against him would crawl out of the woodwork and try to kill him?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Alexander Irvine, pencils and cover by Tomm Coker, variant cover by Dennis Calero.

"Liars Poker," part 1. The latest addition to Marvel's red-hot Noir line offers a unique spin on the Man Without Fear! Prohibition-era Hell's Kitchen is Kingpin territory, and until now, his only problem has been the masked vigilante known as Daredevil. When gangster Orville Halloran arrives on the scene, fresh from a stretch in Sing Sing and eager to stretch his wings, Hell's about to get hotter. For P.I. Foggy Nelson and his loyal assistant Matt Murdock, it all starts when a desperate woman comes to their office with an irresistible story about her and Halloran. To Foggy, she's a client -- to Murdock, she's enough to make Halloran Daredevil's next target. But Murdock is about to find out that half-truths are poison truths, and that the Kitchen is full of history that will put him on a collision course with both the old Kingpin and the man who wants to replace him.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Brian Michael Bendis, pencils and cover by Mike Deodato, variant cover by Stefano Caselli.

The Dark Avengers' first mission shows Norman Osborn all the plusses and minuses of the choices he has made for his team. So changes must be made. Some come, some go, and not everyone is happy about it. Also, the Cabal reunites for the first time since the Dark Reign began, and they are really not happy.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Jonathan Hickman, Matt Fraction, Peter Milligan and others, pencils by Adi Granov, Kyle Hotz and others, cover by Daniel Acuna.

Doctor Doom! Emma Frost! The Hood! Namor the Sub-Mariner! Loki! They're the members of Norman Osborn's secret Cabal of villainy, united in common cause as they move to change the very landscape of the Marvel Universe! Now, in five all-new stories, learn how each member of this sinister syndicate intends to capitalize on the situation -- and perhaps how they intend to deal with each other should it prove necessary!

48 pages, $3.99.


Written by Zeb Wells, pencils by Clay Mann, cover by Lee Bermejo.

Even for a lethal ninja assassin who's been to the far side of death and back, Elektra faces the fight of her life! Freed from her torment at the hands of mad Skrull scientists, and delivered straight into the grabby hands of Norman Osborn and H.A.M.M.E.R., Elektra's been imprisoned, tortured, vivisected, and even replaced with a genetic double. But the deadliest woman in the world still managed to free herself, and now, hobbling and wounded, she struggles to clear her name for her impostor's crimes even as she fights to stay alive!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Jonathan Hickman, penciled by Sean Chen, cover by Pasqual Ferry.

The fallout of Reed's machine results in Sue, Ben and Johnny finding themselves in the middle of a super hero Hyborian-age civil war, while Reed searches for answers to questions that can only be found in alternate timelines. Back on Earth, it's Val and Franklin versus the agents of H.A.M.M.E.R.!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Andy Diggle, penciled by Tom Raney, cover by Clint Langley.

No story information released.

32 pages, $3.99.


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

She predates the birth of man. She manipulates matter at will. She can merge with the shadows. She's Selene, the original vampire, known as the Black Queen, and in her possession is something Dr. Doom desperately needs, but she's not going to give it up without a fight. Luckily for Doom, he's brought along a few friends, like Princess Python, Magneto, and a platoon of Sentinels reprogrammed into Witch-Hunters!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Jeff Parker, penciled by Salvador Espin, cover by Dave Bullock.

Heroes are being pulled out of the worlds they know- The Beast. The Witch. Panther. Forge. Polaris. All find themselves in a place out of time with a new mission in life. But something seems to have shifted in the mechanics of the universe, things may not be quite what we remember... But one thing we know for certain -- Blink is back ! Plus 8 pages of Director's Cut Extras!

40 pages, $3.99. 40 PGS./Parental Advisory Š$3.99


Written by Joe Ahearne, pencils by Steve Kurth, cover by Bryan Hitch.

From the pages of Fantastic Four: The Hooded Man! Lightwave! Banner! Natalie X! Psionics! Alex Ultron! They're the last six superhumans from a devastated future! They've rescued the remnants of a devastated humanity by relocating them to an artificial planet in the present day! Now they face their greatest challenge -- to create a better utopian society! But there are vast forces from across the Marvel Universe who will move against them -- plus a threat from their own era they thought they'd left behind! Plus, 8 pages of Director's Cut Extras!

40 pages, $3.99.


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

"The Masters of Doom," part 1 of 4. The final storyline of the Millar/Hitch run, culminating all of the plot threads they've set up so far! From across the universe they come, returning to the Earth after a twenty year journey of genocide and sadism. They're the men who tutored Doctor Doom in the ways of villainy -- and their re-emergence signals the greatest conflict the Fantastic Four have ever been party to!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written, art and cover by Chris Eliopoulos.

It's that time of year again. Springtime, baseball, April showers and most importantly April Fools Day! Franklin has a plan to make everyone in his family the butt of his practical joke, but the joke's on him. Join Franklin, H.E.R.B.I.E. and new addition, Puppy, in this all-new foolish special.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Jason Aaron, art by Tony Moore, cover Arthur Suydam.

"Trials and Tribulations," part 2. Among the truckers who work the loneliest stretches of highways at night, there is a legend. The legend of the Highwayman, the hellbilly terror of the hammer lane, a former trucker who was cursed by the devil and now drives a mystical black rig, preying on the souls of anyone foolish enough to drive his highways come nightfall. This issue, that happens to be Danny Ketch, a man who knows a thing or two when it comes to curses.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning, penciled by Brad Walker, cover by Salvador Larroca.

A War of Kings tie-in! The guns of the Kree and the Shi'Ar have thundered -- and there will hell to pay! Star-Lord's Guardians spring into desperate action in an attempt to stop the planet-shattering battle, but will either side listen? If they don't, the walls of the galaxy will disintegrate!

32 pages, $2.99.

HULK #11

Written by Jeph Loeb, pencils and covers by Ed McGuinness, variant cover by Arthur Adams.

The Defenders/Offenders War! The good news? Hulk's got help on his side in the form of Namor, Doctor Strange, and the Silver Surfer! The bad news? Rulk's got pals of his own. When the original Defenders face off one-on-one with Rulk, Tiger Shark, Baron Mordo, and Terrax, it's anybody's bet who will winŠ but who exactly is betting on these fights?

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Fred Van Lente and Greg Pak, art by Dietrich Smith, cover by Dave Williams.

A Dark Reign tie-in. The Dark Avengers versus the Olympus Group versus Herc & Co!

32 pages, $2.99.


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

Danny and the Immortal Weapons suffer infernal torment as the "Escape from the Eighth City" arc continues! Fighting back to back with a mystical ally, Danny comes face to face with the diabolical leader of this warped dimension -- Changming! But what is his deadly secret?

32 pages, $2.99.


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

Pepper Potts takes flight! Maria Hill fights back! And Iron Man heads for a Stark Lab hiding somewhere in the briny deep, where Norman Osborn dispatches Prince Namor to take him out.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by John Rhett Thomas, covers by Alan Davis.

Seventy years of Marvel history calls for a super-sized Spotlight! Marvel is pulling out all the stops with this giant-size extravaganza befitting the milestone of seven decades of comic-book classics. This triple-sized issue revisits Marvel's most memorable moments along with as many of its greatest creators as we can cram into 100-plus pages of coverage! Also included are several classic reprints that will look better than ever, along with the inside scoop on how Marvel restores its comics in Masterworks and Omnibus volumes!

104 pages, $9.99.


Written by Karl Kesel and Tom Peyer, penciled by Reilly Brown and Chad Hardin, cover by John Watson.

From the pages of last year's series, join the Monkey-verse's Peter Parker as he comes to grips with a world too savage for his heroic legacy to allow. But as Spider-Monkey tries to create a better world for all ape-kind, Captain America (the top ape of the ape-verse) -- stands in his way. Will the webbed wonder survive? Meanwhile, go deeper into the history of the Ape Universe, as Charles Darwin (yes, the Charles Darwin) uncovers more of the Ape-verse's wonders!

48 pages, $3.99.


Written by Chris Eliopoulos, Jason Aaron, Chris Yost, Chris Giarrusso, Adam Warren, Wyatt Cenac and Brian Patchett, art by Jacob Chabot, Richard Isanove, Joh James, Chris Giarrusso, Todd Nauck and Xurxo Penalta, cover by David Williams.

Rejects, benchwarmers, lovable losers, and might-be Avengers...assemble! In the tradition of Assistant Editors' Month, Marvel's staffers are sick and tired of bosses telling nothing but Wolverine stories, Spider-Man stories, Captain America stories! Little guys can be heroes, too...and when this motley crew of misfits gets their shot -- in stories featuring Elsa Bloodstone, American Eagle, D-Man, the daughter of Galactus, Mini Marvel cake-eating Hawkeye, Candidate Luke Cage, and more -- it could be the start of something big!

40 pages, $3.99.


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

The Hulk destroys a town! The FF get a new HQ! X-Factor debuts! The Sub-Mariner joins the Avengers! The Masters of Evil attack! Magneto goes on trial! Big news. But where's Phil Sheldon? Is he covering the stories? Can he? As we approach the fateful finale, Phil faces a deadline -- and old friends rally round. Black and white variant also available.

32 pages, $3.99.


By various.

Collecting material from Ms. Marvel #3, Nova #3, Immortal Iron Fist #3, Ghost Rider #16 and X-Men: Legacy #210.

128 pages, $5.99.


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

The creative team behind Marvel Zombies 3 returns with another adventure that takes place in the Marvel U! The vampire. The witch. The werewolf. The muck-monster. The devil. They're nobody's idea of heroes, but they're all that stands between our world and an unstoppable apocalypse! They're the new Midnight Sons, and their quest to track down the undead who escaped from A.R.M.O.R. will lead them around the globe -- and right to a cruise ship overrun with undead undersea-dwelling cannibals! Can this monstrous team stop the "red tide" before it unleashes untold horror upon the mainland? Not if the Merc With Only a Mouth has anything to say about it!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Dan Slott, pencils by Rafa Sandoval, cover by Khoi Pham.

"Chasing Ghosts." The Scarlet Witch is back and her brother wants answers! Join Quicksilver as he races around the globe, hunting down the Mighty Avengers! Plus, what's Hank Pym's problem with Mr. Fantastic? And what does Norman Osborn have in store for Earth's Mightiest Heroes? Guest starring Quicksilver, and featuring appearances by the Young Avengers and the Fantastic Four.

32 pages, $2.99.


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

"Down South," part three. Playing protector to a young woman who's in the crosshairs of the meanest, craziest, most indefatigable bounty hunters south -- or North -- of the Rio Grande. Meet Los Bros Zapata, a tag-team Mexican wrestler duo who moonlight as assassins, and who'll do anything -- anything -- to take down their mark. Moon Knight's gonna have his hands full, but luckily, he's got someone in his corner: The Punisher.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Brian Reed, pencils by Pat Olliffe, cover by Phil Jimenez, variant cover by Paolo Rivera.

No story information released.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Brian Michael Bendis, art by Billy Tan and Chris Bachalo, cover by Tan.

Who is the new Sorcerer Supreme? The entire Marvel Universe hangs in the balance as the Avengers race to help the fallen Doctor Strange battle the forces of the Dark Dimension as they make their earthly power play

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Jim McCann, penciled by David Lopez, cover by Jo Chen.

Ronin and Mockingbird have found each other again, but they might be wishing they hadn't! There's a ticking time bomb out there and these two are going to have to either set aside their issues or duke it out before an entire city goes boom! Plus, what secret has Bobbi been carrying with her since before the Skrulls abducted her

32 pages, $3.99.

NOVA #24

Written by Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning, penciled by Andrea DiVito, cover by Daniel Acuna.

A War of Kings tie-in! As the Shi'Ar and the Kree's cataclysmic battle explodes across the cosmos, Richard Rider is forced to fight the one opponent he never wanted to: the ancient power that made him Nova in the first place!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Al Sjoerdsma, Chris Buchner, Ronald Byrd, Michael Hoskin, Eric Moreels, Bob Sodaro, Jeff York and Stuart Vandal.

Continuing the chronicle of the Marvel Universe, starting with Spider-Man (from Amazing Spider-Man #170 on), Iron Man (from Iron Man #70 on) and the X-Men (from Uncanny X-Men Annual #7 on). 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!

64 pages, $3.99.


Written by Rick Remender, art by Jerome Opena, covers by Mike McKone.

"Living in Darkness," part 4. Frank Castle is being hunted. Lured into a trap, and torn to pieces by a team of unassailable foes, the Punisher retreats into the dark underground of New York in hopes of discovering the identity of his relentless pursuer. Someone who knows his modus operandi. Someone who anticipates his every move. Someone who has a personal investment in seeing Frank dead. The most astonishing reveal in years!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Terry Moore, pencils by Takeshi Miyazawa, cover by Humberto Ramos, variant cover by David LaFuente.

Chase's boss, evil shock-jock Val Rhymin, has raised a magical army of plastic-surgery zombies and is taking over Los Angeles by force. Only the Runaways can stop him. The exciting conclusion of Terry Moore's run.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Fred Van Lente, art by TBA, cover by Alex Garner.

From a world where society as we know it has crumbled and humanity has been irrevocably changed, she comes -- the all-new, all-different Savage She-Hulk! But now, a deadly mission has brought her to current Marvel continuity. What terrible secret does this gamma-irradiated beauty bare? And is she friend or foe, Inhuman or mutant, Avenger, Defender...or Invader? Plus 8 pages of Director's Cut Extras!

40 pages, $3.99.


Written by Kieron Gillen, penciled by Dan Brereton, cover by Marko Djurdjevic.

Secret Invasion has ended. The Skrull armies have been routed and destroyed. In the wake of his battle in aid of Thor and Asgard, Beta Ray Bill has departed Earth once more, to bring justice and order to the stars. But when Bill becomes savior of a space-faring alien colony, he'll discover that perhaps -- just perhaps -- it's possible to be too much of a hero. Soaring action and adventure starring your favorite horse-faced Demigod of Thunder.

40 pages, $3.99.


By various.

Featuring Secret Invasion #1 and New Avengers #40.

72 pages, $5.99.


Written by Brian Michael Bendis and Jonathan Hickman, penciled by Stefano Caselli, cover by Jim Cheung, variant cover by Gerald Parel.

The most talked-about new Marvel series continues as HYDRA's plans pick up speed while more remnants of S.H.I.E.L.D. fall. Nick Fury reconnects with an old colleague and finds out that the balance has shifted between him and some of his former soldiers. All that, and the Warriors suffer their first casualty of war.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Adam Felber, penciled by Paulo Siqueira, cover by Mario Alberti, variant cover by Top Cow Studios.

Pulled from the ashes of 1994, straight to the 21st century, the Skrull Kill Krew is back...more brutal than ever! A disturbing and violent tale of a man with a couple of big guns and a bunch of alien shape shifters who harkens back to the earliest days of the Marvel Universe.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Brian Michael Bendis, pencils by Alex Maleev, covers by Maleev and Alex Ross.

The team of Brian Michael Bendis and Alex Maleev return to a monthly Marvel comic for the first time since their Eisner award-winning run on Daredevil. ripped from the pages of Secret Invasion and New Avengers, this explosive first chapter follows the new adventures of Jessica Drew aka Spider-Woman as she rediscovers her life in a world she did not make.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Howard Chaykin, penciled by Marco Checchetto, cover by Andy Blase.

War! It's the new Squadron Supreme versus the old -- and America is the battleground! The devastation is incredible, and as the toll of death and destruction increases, the only question on everyone's lips is...where will Hyperion stop? Or will he stop?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Roy Thomas, pencils and cover by Mitch Breitweiser, variants covers by Marcos Martin and Breitweiser.

The second of a series of celebratory specials commemorating Marvel's 70th Anniversary and its rich history and characters! It's the year 1940, and thanks to policewoman Betty Dean, the young Namor the Sub-Mariner has momentarily halted his jihad against the surface world. But now, an envoy from the Axis powers attempts to sway the undersea prince to the Nazi cause! Can the less worldly Sub-Mariner be tempted? Plus, a second never-before-seen Namor story by Mark Schultz and Al Williamson, and a reprint of Namor's first appearance from 1939!

48 pages, $3.99.


Written by Andy Diggle, penciled by Bong Dazo, cover by Francesco Mattina, variant cover by Clint Langley.

"Magnum Opus," part 4 of 4. Tie-in to Dark Reign. Special crossover with Deadpool. The maniacal Merc with a Mouth has Norman Osborn's Thunderbolts in his crosshairs -- and they've got him in theirs! The nastiest fight of '09 explodes here, and you've got the front row seat for all the ultra violence.

32 pages, $2.99.

TIMESTORM: 2009-2099 #1

Written by Brian Reed, penciled by Eric Battle, cover by Christopher Shy.

2009...meets 2099? Future history has been shattered by events in the present! If you think you know the heroes and villains from Marvel's dark future, it's time to think again! Get ready for the re-imagined 2099 versions of Spider-Man, Ghost Rider, the X-Men and more! Plus 8 pages of Director's Cut Extras!

40 pages, $3.99.


Written by Greg Pak, penciled by Leonardo Manco, cover by Francesco Mattina, variant cover by Fiona Staples.

A Dark Reign tie-in. War Machine faces the biggest fight of his life when his new best friend, Ares, God of War, reveals his dark side! That's right, everything you've seen Ares do before was him in a good mood! Meanwhile, Norman Osborn makes our one-man-army an offer that he might not be able to refuse! To save his soul, will Jim Rhodes work for the devil himself?

32 pages, $2.99.


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

The cosmic heavyweights come out swinging! Black Bolt! Gladiator! The Inhumans! Vulcan! The Starjammers! As Kree outworlds burn, Shi'Ar forces move in for the kill -- as first blood goes to Vulcan and the Imperial Guard! Can anything withstand the military juggernaut of Vulcan's Imperium? And are the lines of allegiance drawn as clearly as it first appears? The major players make their big moves as the battle that will reshape the cosmic power structure rages on!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning, penciled by Wellinton Alves, cover by Brandon Peterson.

Who is Talon? What does he want with the young Earthman that Ś90s comic junkies know as Chris Powell? What is the shocking truth that connects the hero called Darkhawk not only to the Shi'Ar, but to the larger cosmos? And how does it all lead to a confrontation with Annihilus' forces in the Negative Zone?

32 pages, $3.99. - More Product. More Exclusives.



Written by Paul Tobin, art by Ig Guara, cover by David Williams.

Hawkeye needs a date for an Avengers picnic, but just once he'd like to meet a regular girl who doesn't punch holes through walls or jet off to Saturn for the weekend. But how does one go about meeting a normal girl when living the life of a super hero? The solution seems to be an online dating service called Lover's Leap, but when Hawkeye accidentally downloads a wealth of sensitive Avengers information onto the website, which (dang!) turns out to be a scam site run by Batroc the Leaper, it's going to take the combined fighting might of the Avengers to get Hawkeye out of this jam! Well, at least some of the Avengers.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Paul Tobin, art by Pere Perez, cover by Jon Buran.

An accidental exposure to cosmic rays turns Reed Richards, along with Johnny and Sue Storm, into the Terrific Three -- the World's Greatest Fighting Team! Unfortunately, tragedy strikes when their close friend, Ben Grimm, is bathed in gamma radiation due to a horrible mishap during a Gamma Bomb test -- transforming Ben into the Incredible Hulk, the greatest threat the world has ever known! Who's playing with the past? And why?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Marc Sumerak and Roger Cruz, penciled by Sanford Greene and Sonny Liew, cover by Patrick Scherberger.

Spidey celebrates his 50th issue milestone in true super hero style with a surprise party unlike any other. Too bad the hosts of this little get together are some of the webbed wonder's fiercest foes! Will our hero be able to defeat the new Sinister Six in time to blow out his candles? Or will he just end up with a face full of cake and a body covered in bruises?

48 pages, $3.99.


Written by Todd Dezago, penciled by Derec Donovan, cover by Clayton Henry.

"Ant-Man is on the job!" Well, he's looking for a job, anyway. But his employment is put on hold when the insidious Sandman crosses his path-and Ant-Man needs to pull out all the stops to defeat the Granular Goon! And, as Ant-Man's popularity rises, so too do the suspicions of Vernon Van Dyne!

32 pages, $2.99.


By various.

Collecting Wolverine: First Class #1, Marvel Adventures Avengers #19 and Marvel Adventures Super Heroes #1.

72 pages, $5.99.


Cover by John Cassaday.

It's Wolverine from cover to cover as Marvel's feral mutant leaps into the first issue of his very own magazine! In addition to full-length comic-book stories, this issue features puzzles, games, pinups and a pull-out poster!

96 pages, $6.99.




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

"Ghost Box," part five. The penultimate chapter of the opening epic by the team of Ellis and Bianchi. Are you ready for the secret of the Ghost Box?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Duane Swierczynski, pencils by Ariel Olivetti, covers by Olivetti and Kaare Andrews.

"X-Force/Cable: Messiah War," Part 2. The sequel to 2007's Messiah Complex continues here! Cyclops has complete faith that his son, Cable, will do everything he can to protect the so-called mutant messiah -- who he believes will save mutantkind. But he also knows what havoc former X-Man Lucas Bishop has wreaked in the nightmarish future. So now he's sent his black ops team, the X-Force, on a risky, time-traveling mission to save Cable and the child, completely unaware that there's something else waiting for them in the future. Something not even Bishop was counting on.

32 pages, $2.99.


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

"Magnus Opus," part 3 of 4. Tie-in to Dark Reign. Crossover with the Thunderbolts! Love is in the air -- but so are a whole lotta bullets! Is Black Widow really falling for Deadpool, or is she using her feminine wiles to bamboozle our questionable hero? Here's a hint: her name is Black Widow! "Magnus Opus" revs toward its conclusion as Deadpool pulls an ace from up his sleeve. Enter: Taskmaster!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Mike Benson, penciled by Carlo Barbieri, cover by Mike McKone.

"Part 1: Dealer's Choice." Deadpool's latest job has gotten him into a world of trouble. Everyone wants a piece of him -- and for a crime he didn't commit! That's right: Someone's framed Deadpool, and it just might be the same guy who hired him in the first place, a guy who just might be using the mouthy merc as a wild card in a twisted wager. If Wade's going to clear his name and serve up some revenge, he's first got to avoid getting captured -- or killed -- by some of the Marvel Universe's heaviest hitters: Daredevil, the Punisher and Spider-Man.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by John Rhett Thomas and Sheila Johnson, cover by Diogenes Neves.

Psyche! Sunspot! Cannonball! Wolfsbane! Karma! They're the New Mutants you know and love. And along with Magik, Magma, Cypher and Warlock, they were the backbone of the era that so many current X-readers came to treasure. New Mutants Saga will catch you up on this seminal period of X-history -- from their very first team-up to the arrival of new members, the coming of "Inferno" and the arrival of Cable! It's a Marvel history lesson in a fun and frenetic fashion!

32 pages, free.


Written by Josh Fialkov, Christopher Yost, Robin Furth and Ted McKeever, penciled by Paco Diaz Luque, Nelson and McKeever, cover by Nelson.

The Marvel Magazine that never was -- three new Wolverine tales, all in black and white. Fialkov and the gray wash art of Luque pit Wolverine against South Pacific pirates...and worse. Plus, Yosts introduce a sniper with a secret -- and a canuckle-head to kill! Finally, McKeever tells a third island adventure. Plus even more!

48 pages, black and white, $3.99.

UNCANNY X-MEN #508 & 509

Written by Matt Fraction, pencils and covers by Greg Land.

The X-Men get up to the delicate art of living as the Sisterhood plan their imminent demise. The Science Team gets to work, trying very hard not to kill one another first. Simon Trask gains traction in the California state legislature, muscling Proposition X to an emergency ballot vote. If it passes, mutants past and present, powered and otherwise, won't be allowed to breed... all this and a friend returns as a foe and ready for murder. Things are getting ugly.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Peter David, art by Ronan Cliquet, cover by David Williams, variant cover by Chris Eliopoulos.

What do you get when you take Kitty Pryde, Daredevil, Elektra, The Hand and the willingness of all of them to beat the snot outta each other? You get this comic!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Daniel Way, pencils and cover by Doug Braithwaite.

"Weapon XI," part 3 of 5. During the darkest days of the Cold War a weapon was forged; more powerful, more fearsome and more adaptable than any the world had ever seen. The world has since changed...and so, too, must the weapon that could one day destroy it. Evolution cannot be stopped, but there is one man -- Wolverine, for the love of his son -- who is going to try.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by William Harms and Jonathan Maberry, penciled by Jefte Palo and Roland Boschi, cover by Simone Bianchi.

Double-sized one-shot with two all-new stories! In "The Anniversary," it's terror at thirty-thousand feet! It's a few days before the anniversary of Mariko's death, and Logan is making the long pilgrimage to Japan to pay his respects when his 747 is suddenly seized by a group of terrorists who plan on blowing up the craft over downtown Honolulu! If Logan is to save the plane and its passengers, he'll have to rely on all of his guile, instincts and predatory skills. because all it takes is one bullet to destabilize the plane's pressure, or a split-second's warning for the terrorist leader to detonate the bomb strapped to his chest. And in "Ghosts," a squad of ninja assassins is the least of Logan's problems.

48 pages, $3.99.


Written by Stuart Moore, pencils and cover by C.P. Smith, variant cover by Dennis Calero.

The Bowery, 1937. Jim Logan, the fiercest knife expert in New York, runs a seedy detective agency called "Logan & Logan"...along with his useless, halfwit brother, Dog. They're the best they are at what they do. But when a swanky dame named Mariko Yashida struts into the office, she opens up a world of hurt for Logan, forcing him to revisit his painful, bloody past.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Mark Millar, pencils and cover by Steve McNiven.

"Old Man Logan," part 7 of 8. Logan and Hawkeye have finally reached their journey's end, made it to New Babylon, and delivered Hawkeye's secret cargo. But the completion of their mission has come with a great price...and Logan is out for revenge on the man responsible for the annihilation of the world's super heroes, the President of the United States!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Jason Aaron, pencils and cover by Ron Garney, variant cover by Adam Kubert.

"The Adamantium Men," part 1 of 5. In the jungles of Colombia, people are turning up dead, whole villages brutally slaughtered by a team of soldiers who move through the shadows like ghosts. On the streets of San Francisco, Logan learns that the files from the old Weapon X program, the blueprints for building Adamantium-laced super soldiers like himself, have fallen into the hands of the evil corporation, Roxxon. Once again, it seems, someone is looking to build the perfect killing machine. That means it's time for Wolverine to step in, and remind them that someone already did. Plus 8 pages of Director's Cut Extras!

40 pages, $3.99.


Written by Jeff Christiansen, Ronald Byrd, Eric J. Moreels, Stuart Vandal, Michael Hoskin, Chad Anderson, Rich Green, Jeph York, Markus Ettlinger, Madison Carter and Mike Fichera, cover by Frank Martin.

A brand-new, all-inclusive handbook for Hollywood's favorite mutant, spotlighting a complete biography of Wolverine! He may be in an acre of comics each month, but this is the only place to get the real score! Also featuring some of the Canucklehead's best allies -- including Gambit, Maverick, Tyger Tiger and X-Force! And along for the ride are villains -- the likes of Blob, Daken, Deadpool, Mastermind, Orphan Maker, Donald Pierce, the Purifiers, Sabretooth and S'ym! And more than four dozen other stars linked to our man Logan from Amiko to Silver Fox!

64 pages, $4.99.


Written by Mike Carey, pencils by Scot Eaton, cover by Lee Bermejo, variant covers by Marko Djurdjevic and Lee Bermejo.

"Salvage," part 4 of 5. It's the moment of truth for Danger and Professor Xavier as the seeds planted in Astonishing X-Men finally bloom. Prof. X kept a sentient being almost as a slave and now that she is free of her bonds, Danger will take her revenge. And this time, the X-Men aren't there to help him. It's the beginning of the end of Professor Xavier's part of X-Men Legacy!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Christopher Yost, pencils and cover by Mark Texeira.

The X-Men Origins series continues here, with the most popular X-Man in the spotlight. From the first time he popped his claws, to the moment he joined the X-Men, Wolverine has had a rough life. See every gruesome detail here!

40 pages, $3.99.


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

"X-Force/Cable: Messiah's War," part 3 of 7. Stryfe strikes! Cable and X-Force's greatest nemisis returns! The X-event of the decade continues in Messiah War, and things go from "bad" to "worst case scenario" as X-Force and Cable struggle to keep Hope alive. While Cyclops fights to keep X-Force's involvement a secret in the present, Cable and Wolverine butt heads in the future over control of the child. Making matters worse, a member of X-Force abandons the team as an army of darkness descends upon them, leaving the team a man down with their backs to the wall. Past, present and future collide as the war for Mutantkind's survival continues.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Peter David, pencils by Valentine De Landro, cover by David Yardin.

After the shocking events of the past few issues, Madrox has learned that in X-Factor, anything can happen. And in this issue -- everything does! Separated from his teammates and involved in a war he never expected to see, he can only look back on the days when the team stood together. Now -- the rebellion has begun!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Jeff Parker, art by Roger Cruz, Amilcar Pinna and Colleen Coover, cover by Cruz.

How metal is a giant ghostly Magneto presence trying to crush the X-Men? Very metal. And have no fear of the weirdness stopping there, because now the black and gold-suited X-Men have just arrived to add to the confusion our graduating class find themselves in! And the brilliant Hank McCoy will foolishly end a sentence in a preposition like we're doing here!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Duane Swierczynski, pencils by Larry Stroman, cover by Ariel Olivetti.

The untold story of renegade X-Man Lucas Bishop concludes here! He was born into bondage. Forced into a life of crime on the streets of a hard future. Slowly, though, Lucas BIshop transformed himself into an agent of justice...a hero cop. But now that his greatest enemy has ripped a hole in time itself, Bishop realizes that he may have been put on this earth for more than a tin badge. He might have been put here to set everything right, because he's the only X-Man alive who knows how wrong it's going to be.

32 pages, $3.99.

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Written by Robert Kirkman, penciled by Cory Walker, cover by Jason Pearson.

"Destoyer," part 1. For sixty years, Keen Marlowe has been a super hero, taking down bad guys, fighting the good fight. But it's is about to come crashing to an end. See, Marlowe is dying -- maybe today, maybe tomorrow, the only question is when. But Marlowe isn't about to go quietly into the night. Before he goes, he intends to leave the world a safer place for his family. And if that means hunting down -- and murdering -- every super-villain he can, so be it. They don't call him "Destroyer" for nothing.

32 pages, $3.99.


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

"Six Hours to Kill: Part 4: Minute Men." Frank Castle finds himself face down in the Philadelphia gutter -- with professional killers, crooked cops, and even the Mayor himself fixing to make sure he dies there. And that's if the poison racing through Castle's veins doesn't kill him first. Can Castle stay conscious enough to save the life of an innocent man - and take out the criminal mastermind behind it all?

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Duane Swierczynski, pencils by Mico Suayan, cover by Rafael Grampa.

This wolf has sniffed the trail all the way to the end! In a sinister sub-basement, Jack Russell finds the answers behind his very existence as the blood-thirsty, carnivorous Werewolf By Night...and more! Don't miss the brutal, bloody, gory final issue of this anything-goes MAX Werewolf, as Jack confronts the man responsible for Jack's torment and the death of his wife...and fights some monsters, too!

32 pages, $3.99.



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

The second chapter of best-selling author Laurell K. Hamilton's thriller begins here! Vampire hunter Anita Blake has crossed the paths of the worst St. Louis has to offer -- and now they want her out of the picture for good. But Anita isn't the type of person to go down without a fight...and she's going to make sure it hurts something fierce.

32 pages, $3.99.


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

The first volume of New York Times bestseller Orson Scott Card's sci-fi epic comes to its conclusion! Ender Wiggin has fought his way through countless battles, and risen in the ranks of Battle School... but as his eighth birthday passes, he's losing another battle. Ender has slipped into despair, and the teachers of Battle School know that Ender will be lost to them forever unless they do something. But how do you convince one of the deadliest children in the universe he's not a monster? It all leads to Ender's Game: Command School.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Mike Carey, with art by Sebastian Fiumara, cover by Timonth Green II.

Bean has traded the streets of Rotterdam for an environment that seems even more challenging -- Battle School! For the orphan named Bean, Battle School is a continuation of the war for survival that began on the streets of Rotterdam. But there's another war he's being trained to fight - against the alien race known as the Formics. And he now knows that the training includes some blatant lies about both the enemy and the campaign...

32 pages, $3.99.


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

The conclusion. Varian and Blaise are going up against Morgen's entire army of Adoni, with the battle coming to a head at the Slaughter Bridge. It's still unclear if the bridge's protector, the spirit of Lord Sagremor, will fight for or against Varian and his friends. Meanwhile, Merewyn is under suspicion for having betrayed Varian, Blaise and the others to Morgen, when in reality, she has made a pact with Dame Fortune that has rendered her mute, unable to defend herself!

32 pages, $3.99.


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

The Earth has been annihilated. Forever. Now the Purgatory Squadron knows who its enemies are, but can they defeat a foe willing to murder twenty billion people? The survivors of the Purgatory Squadron land in a world without hope. Welcome to the worst imaginable future. Welcome to the first universal war.

48 pages, $5.99.


Written by Christophe Arleston, adapted by C.B. Cebulski, penciled, cover and variant cover by Adrien Floch.

The international best selling series continues... Ythaq is a strange medieval planet where the marooned survivors of a spaceship crash are just trying to survive. The young lieutenant Granite and her friends attempt to join the main group of survivors, but they encounter strange characters that hide from them the mysteries of the planet Ythaq. Discover the truth behind Dhokas, Khengis and Hetzel, and the man with an enormous insect grafted in his back!

56 pages, $5.99.


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

Dorothy and her friends set out to kill the Wicked Witch of the West. Nothing can stop them, it seems, as they cut a path of carnage through the Witch's armies of wolves, crows, bees and warriors. But when the Witch sacrifices her most powerful magic to summon the Winged Monkeys, the best Dorothy can hope for is slavery -- while her friends face certain destruction! The enchanted land of Oz has never been a more frightening place to be.

32 pages, $3.99.


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

The final chapter. Odysseus and his son Telemachus triumph over the suitors wanting his wife's hand in marriage. An overjoyed Penelope is finally convinced that this is her husband. But there is still one final act to play as the reunited couple is led by the god Hermes to the Land of the Dead to confront the spirit of Odysseus' father, Laertes.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Nancy Butler, penciled by Hugo Petrus, cover by Sonny Liew.

It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a wife. Tailored from the adored Jane Austen classic, Marvel adapts the whimsical tale of Lizzy Bennet and her loveable-if-eccentric family, as they navigate through tricky British social circles. Will Lizzy's father manage to marry off her five daughters, despite his wife's incessant nagging? And will Lizzy's beautiful sister Jane marry the handsome, wealthy Mr. Bingley, or will his brooding friend Mr. Darcy stand between their happiness?

32 pages, $3.99.


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

The dead are still dead and the living are still finding their way through this horribly altered landscape of America. Thus, it's a perfect time to -- bring on the bad guys! Randall Flagg performs his first act of magic and begins his cross country journey in a souped-up Buick. And then, there's the strangest addition to the cast yet...Donald Merwin Elbert, the Trashcan Man, a pyromaniac who suddenly has no one to curb his unhealthy obsession with blowing things up. All this plus Rita suggests to Larry Underwood that they should start making their way out of New York, perhaps via...the Lincoln Tunnel! And you know what that means.

32 pages, $3.99.


By Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips.

Zack's masked mayhem hasn't gone unnoticed by the authorities or the bad guys he's been in hiding from. Now, Zoey Zeppelin, granddaughter of the legendary Professor Zeppelin is here to find out just which side he's on -- even if she has to kill him to be sure.

32 pages, $3.50.


Written, art and cover by David Mack.

This square-bound art book acts as a tie-in to the DVD documentary on Mack's work, The Alcemy of Art: David Mack from Reflections #13 includes details and commentary on never-before-seen art and stories -- including Mack's new children's book The Shy Creatures, handmade books and paintings from the DVD. Also featuring step-by-step art techniques, loads of art and extras you've never seen before, figure drawings, new paintings, sketches, Mack's complete story from Tori Amos' new Comic Book Tattoo story, album cover art, large art, live art shows, original scripts, and more!

48 pages, $5.99.

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