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

Is this what the end of the world looks like? Better believe it! It's an apocalyptic conclusion where every score is settled! The Ultimate heroes have faced their final judgment...and when the dust settles will they be found wanting? All is answered in this explosive series finale.

32 pages, $3.99.


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

Spider-Man has fallen and the Ultimate Universe will never be the same. A two-part story celebrating the heroism of your friendly neighborhood webslinger as written by none other than J. Jonah Jameson. Featuring never-before-seen art from Bagley.

40 pages, $3.99.


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

With his mission a wreck and Fury hot on his trail, can Wolverine pull himself together (literally and figuratively!) to do what he does best before Hulk pounds him into oblivion first? The explosive final chapter as the battle between Berserker and Behemoth goes to Eleven!

32 pages, $2.99.



Written by Bill Hader and Seth

Two stars of Saturday Night Live make their Marvel debut with an all-new story set right on the bustling, hot dog juice covered streets of New York City. Halloween is coming early this year as Spidey is knocked out during the Greenwich Village costume parade and an intoxicated reveler in a Spidey costume takes his place.

48 pages, $3.99.


Written by Brian Reed, Tom DeFalco and Paul Tobin, penciled by Ron Frenz, Shawn Moll and more, cover by Paulo Siqueira.

First up, she's gone but not forgotten as we take a look back at one of the first days on the job for Jackpot! Then, in the on-going adventures of Spider-Girl, Mayday and the family Parker deal with the repercussions of Gwen Reilly! Next, in The Private Life of Peter Parker, trapped in an elevator on his way to a job interview, Peter Parker must show some children in need what it's like to be a true hero. And finally, check out the second installment of the future of pork-based super heroics with Swiney Girl ­ Daughter of Peter-Porker, The Spectacular Spider-Ham!

64 pages, $4.99.


Written by Mark Waid, penciled by Mike McKone, cover by Joe Quesada.

"Part Two of "24/7"! Reeling from the discovery he made last issue -- one that will have a huge impact on the Spider-Universe in the coming months -- Peter Parker withdraws even further into his Spidey identity just in time to come face-to-face with the all-new Vulture!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Mark Waid, penciled by Mike McKone, cover by Joe Quesada.

"24/7" finale! Hunted as never before by a newly empowered J. Jonah Jameson -- and you won't believe JJJ's new base of operations! -- Spider-Man can't find peace privately or in public! It's time Spidey faced up to the truth behind his 24/7 mission -- before it kills him!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Joe Kelly, pencils and cover by Phil Jimenez, variant cover by Adi Granov.

Dark Reign tie-in! The lead-up to Amazing Spider-Man #600 begins here. Following immediately on the heels of "24/7," Spider-Man's world has become more messed-up and stressful than ever and the fact that his biggest enemy, is in charge of the world...and the only the icing on a really dangerous cake. Now faced with hard choices about family and friendship, Spider-Man knows exactly what he has to do to save the's time to take down Norman Osborn.

32 pages, $2.99.



Written by Jeff Parker, penciled by Carlo Pagulayan, Clayton Henry and Gabriel Hardman, #4 cover by Stuart Immonen, #5 cover by Billy Tan.

What a difference a half-century makes: As the Agents of 1958 find themselves battling deep behind the Iron Curtain, the Agents of today are locked in mortal conflict with Captain America! And if Bob Grayson loses his mind, that may very well be the end for the Agents of today! And if that weren't enough...

Issue #5 brings the throwdown to end all throwdowns! The Agents of Atlas face off with the New Avengers! What a perfect time for M-11 to take one of his unpredictable courses of decisive action.

32 pages, $2.99.


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

Madripoor is ablaze as Wolverine and Punisher battle the genetically engineered mutant hunter Predator X! The future takes a turn for the worse as Iron Man 2020 confronts the endless robot forces of Commodore Q! Daredevil hunts the most dangerous game in the streets of Hell's Kitchen! And Sunspot and Cannonball crash some weddings in Mojoworld!

40 pages, $3.99.


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

The Initiative: Disassembled continues! A Dark Reign has fallen. Norman Osborn has disbanded S.H.I.E.L.D. and shut down Camp Hammond. That leaves the Shadow Initiative out in the cold...stuck in Madripoor with no means of escape, hunted by an army of Hydra agents, including Wolverine's old foes, Bloodscream and Roughhouse! They have no idea if Norman even knows they're out there, or if they're better off if he doesn't!

32 pages, $2.99.


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

On the other side of history, chaos reigns. Evil has won and the Fourth Reich now rules the world. Only the combined might of the Avengers, The Invaders and the mysterious new heroes Electro, The Challenger, The Silver Scorpion, The Black Widow, the Black Avenger and Captain Terror have a hope of setting the world right.

32 pages, $2.99.


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

"Deadliest of the Species," part 4. Something bad happened to T'Challa. Wakanda stands at the brink as an unstoppable force advances toward the gates of the city: Morlun -- Devourer of Totems -- is back, and he's here to feast on the Panther totem. Wakanda's only hope is the new Black Panther...if she's worthy to inherit the mantle. And the only one who can determine that is the Panther God.

32 pages, $2.99.


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

Bucky Barnes, another man out of time, is the new Captain America now...but today he's trapped in the past, because today is Bucky Barnes' birthday. See Bucky's favorite and least favorite birthdays - from the cold winters of the Depression on military bases, to the front lines of WW2 fighting alongside the Invaders, to his new mission as Cap. Oh yeah, and someone's trying to kill him.

48 pages, $3.99.


Written by Paul Cornell, penciled by Leonard Kirk, cover by Mico Suayan..

Betrayal runs rampant! Spitfire is offered a high rank in the vampire state -- will she take it? Does she have a chance? A traitor is discovered in the ranks of British Intelligence. But what are the chances that he's the only one. Pete Wisdom's main concern is keeping his people alive, but with his track record and who they're up against, it's not looking good.

32 pages, $2.99.


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

"Liar's Poker," part 2. Prohibition-era Hell's Kitchen is no place to be a blind man, but it's tailor-made for a vigilante. On one side, you've got the Kingpin; on the other, Orville Halloran, fresh out of Sing Sing and ready for war. Daredevil has tangled with both of them before, and as temperatures rise in the Kitchen, a third player comes to the table: the Bull's-Eye Killer. Who does he work for -- Fisk or Halloran? Murdock needs to find out, and fast, for the sake of the mysterious Eliza. But there's more to her than meets the eye.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Brian Michael Bendis, pencils and cover by Mike Deodato, variant cover by Khoi Pham.

When the public is reminded of Norman's terrible past, Norman's wheeling and dealing becomes a public concern. Plus, some of the Avengers are getting frisky with each other, and that can't be good. Plus the return of the Cabal!

32 pages, $3.99.


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

A fatigued and badly wounded Elektra is out of H.A.M.M.E.R. custody and on the run, and Norman Osborn wants her neutralized. Nothing for it but to send his best anti-Elektra operative -- the Dark Avengers' own Hawkeye! He killed her once when he was Bullseye. Does a wounded Elektra even stand a chance?

32 pages, $3.99.


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

Forced to fight their way through time, Sue, Ben and Johnny have to defend the Holy Land in the Crusades, Conquer the Wild West and beat back the Nazis while Franklin and Val are busy back in the Baxter Building preparing for the arrival of Norman Osborn. All that, and the return of the Illuminati!

32 pages, $2.99.


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

Bullseye cuts loose in this Dark Reign tie-in! Reporter Ben Urich investigates a brutal massacre that has all the hallmarks of the notorious assassin Bullseye. But can Urich connect the murders to the Dark Avenger known as Hawkeye? Norman Osborn must bring H.A.M.M.E.R. down to hide the awful truth before it tears the team apart -- and poisons the Avengers' noble legacy forever!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Jeff Parker, penciled by Kyle Hotz, cover by Marko Djurdjevic.

Straight from the pages of New Avengers and Dark Reign: The Cabal -- go deep into the cutthroat world of The Hood! You may know him as the tough-talking crime boss who's organizing the villains of NYC while wheeling and dealing with the likes of Loki and Dr. Doom. But what about his pregnant girlfriend, addict cousin and institutionalized mother that we met back in his debut mini? And what price is he paying for his rapid climb up the ranks of crime and power? Spend a week in the life of Parker Robinson, one of the key characters in Dark Reign, as he struggles to keep his professional and personal lives from destroying each other!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Paul Cornell, pencils and cover by Mark Brooks.

The Melter; The Executioner; The Enchantress; Egghead; Big Zero and Coat of Arms: they call themselves the Young Avengers, teenage rebels, on the run from the authorities, hated and feared by a world they've sworn to protect. Their interests include interspecies romance, modern art and bloody murder. Everything is permitted, and so are they. Until they meet the original Young Avengers. And then their grey areas will come home to roost.

32 pages, $3.99.


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

It appears that affecting the course of history on another world is hard. Especially when all the mutants of this world work together against you! How can a new untested team take on The X-Men, The Brotherhood, and everybody in between? Join the Exiles as they tumble head first into the answer as the relaunch of this fan-favorite series continues!

32 pages, $2.99.


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

He's a descendant of the Hulk and the stepson of Wolverine -- but now, Banner's mother the Harpy has appeared from nowhere and is out to destroy the Fantastic Force! Alex Ultron, the 16th generation, has a shock when he realizes his brand new paradise is run on android slaves and telepath Natalie X finds out what's really on Logan's mind. Taking down the Harpy costs half of the Fantastic Force just as they face three of the most powerful women in history who are here to destroy Nu-World -- and the new heroes who defend it!

32 pages, $2.99.


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

"The Masters of Doom," part 2 of 4. The Marquis of Death has returned to Earth after a genocidal sojourn of two decades! And his first target is his once-pupil, Victor Von Doom!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Scott Gray and Roger Langrdige, pencils and cover by Langridge.

There was a time when giants walked the Earth! Monstrous creatures! Products of science gone mad! Fin Fang Foom! Elektro! Googam! Gorgilla! Once they were great and terrible, and all trembled in their wake! Now, reduced to human size, they must live in the modern world and earn a buck. So what happens when the freakish foursome tries to play nice? Find out in this one-shot!

48 pages, $3.99.


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

"Trials and Tribulations," part 3. Johnny Blaze has come to a monastery in Japan, just wanting to be left alone as he waits patiently for the end of the world. But when a local biker gang begins terrorizing the town, Blaze realizes that his work as Ghost Rider isn't quite done yet.

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 savage battle between the Shi'Ar Imperium‹ruled by Emperor Vulcan‹and the Kree Empire‹controlled by Black Bolt‹explodes across the universe! The Guardians of the Galaxy know they've got to stop the war before it shakes the cosmos apart at the seams, but will any of these heavy hitters listen to a rag-tag bunch of self-appointed galactic protectors who spend half their time quarreling amongst themselves?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Jesse Alexander, pencils and cover by John Paul Leon.

"Shotgun Opera." Nothing less than the fate of the free world is at stake as Sgt. Nick Fury leads the Howling Commandos on their most dangerous mission ever! Shotgun Opera sets the stage for the harrowing events of Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale's Captain America; White. After parachuting deep into enemy-held Yugoslavia, Fury, Dum Dum, Izzy, Reb, Gabe, and Pinky Pinkerton need every bullet and grenade in the Allied armory as they are chased by Tiger tanks, strafed by screaming Stukas, betrayed by beautiful babes, and forced into gladiatorial combat against Baron Strucker's diabolical war machine: Panzer Max!

40 pages, $3.99.

HULK #12

Written by Jeph Loeb, pencils and covers by Ed McGuinness, variant cover by J. Scott Campbell.

After the senses shattering unexpected cliffhanger from last issue, The Defenders/Offenders War comes to an explosive end in this issue! The Hulk, Namor, Doc Strange and Silver Surfer have one last chance to save the women they love and the Red Hulk, Tiger Shark, Mordo and Terrax aren't about to let that happen. Can the Defenders triumph without the Hulk to lead them? All of this and a twist ending!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Marc Sumerak, Adam Warren and Jason Henderson, penciled by Jonboy Meyers, Kelsey Shannon, Juan Santacruz and Steve Scott, cover by Paul Pelletier.

Throughout the unending vastness of the multiverse echo the cries of the monster inside mister Bruce Banner... the unstoppable force known as the Hulk. Join us as we continue our quest to chronicle the catalogue of crosstime Hulk, asking not ³What If...² but ³What is?² This new oversized special revisits the worlds of the Age of Apocalypse, the Days of Future Past, the Marvel Mangaverse, and the year 1602!

40 pages, $3.99.


Written by Scott Snyder, penciled by Scott Wegener, cover by Adi Granov, variant cover by Marcos Martin.

Before he became the hero he was created to be, the original Human Torch had to battle his inner demons to stake a claim on the soul he knows he has...and his enemies will stop at nothing to tear him apart to get at the city they want to control. Can he learn to tap into the human side of the Torch, or must he sacrifice himself to save the people he has sworn to protect in this anew 22-page story? Also included is a bonus 10-page Torch tale from Marvel's rich history!

48 pages, $3.99.


Written by Fred Van Lente and Greg Pak, art by Ryan Stegman, cover by Dave Williams.

In this issue: Hercules and Amadeus Cho die! If you had to plunge into the Underworld and bring back Hercules' slain father Zeus to counter Hera's power, could you think of a better plan? And come to think of it, have you ever noticed how... impermanent death is in the Marvel Universe? Well, while hobnobbing among the most famous Marvel deceased over the last few years, Herc and Cho learn the terrible secret why -- and why Pluto, Lord of the Dead, is fighting-mad about it!

32 pages, $2.99.


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

Danny's escape from Hell gets down to the wire! Trapped in the mystical and secret eighth city of monsters, Danny and the Immortal Weapons have to make the prison-break of a lifetime...with Davos waiting to meet them outside! But will he help them run...or shove them back to their deaths?

32 pages, $2.99.


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

Tony's flight for freedom goes international! Pepper Potts: Prisoner of H.A.M.M.E.R.! And things get very bad for Maria Hill deep in the heart of Texas! As Tony struggles to keep the Silver Centurion armor up and running, Norman Osborn's noose tightens around his neck -- every freak and fiend in his rogues gallery is gunning for him -- and Madame Masque gets the keys to the kingdom. World's Most Wanted hits the halfway point and absolutely no one is safe.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Chris Elipoulos, penciled by Ig Guara, cover by Karl Kerschl, variant cover by Niko Henrichon.

And there came a day, a day unlike any other, when Earth's mightiest heroes were unaware of a threat greater than all of them could handle. And on that day, a teleporting puppy scoured the world to assemble a team of animals to fight the foes no single beast could withstand! Strap on your collar and hop on-board the adventures of Lockjaw, Lockheed, Redwing, Hairball and an all-new Frog Thor!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Karl Kesel, penciled by Joe Suitor, cover by John Watson.

When teenager Roy Reyna finds he can transform into the super-powered simian APE X, it's more fun than a barrel of monkeys...until H.A.M.M.E.R. agents capture him. The next thing Ape X knows, he's in a secret prison being interrogated about some strange...Ape Universe. He doesn't have the answers they want, and they don't believe him. But they'll break him, one way or another...

Ape X's only hope is Jane Potter -- a young journalist working for the Front Line newspaper, hungry for her first Big Story -- plus her quirky co-conspirators: the Initiative's furry fury, Gorilla Girl, and the world's most lovable loser, the Gibbon. All this banana bunch has to do to save Ape X is break into the secret government facility known as Project Pegasus.

Mix in some bad puns and big guns, the Red Ghost's Super-Apes and a sinister cyber-simian called Ooktron, and the fur really flies! But escaping from Project Pegasus is no joke -- and on this front line everyone is expendable!

48 pages, $3.99.


Written by Tom DeFalco, penciled by Chris Burnham, cover by Paolo Rivera, variant cover by Marcos Martin.

The original Human Torch, Toro, the Sub-Mariner, the Angel and the Ferret team up to prevent Nazi saboteurs and one of the Torch's earliest foes from creating the ultimate weapon of mass destruction in this all-new 22 page story. Plus another 10 page classic vintage tale from Marvel's Golden Age!

48 pages, $3.99.


By various.

Collecting material from Ms. Marvel #4, Nova #4, Immortal Iron Fist #4, Ghost Rider #17 and X-Men: Legacy #211.

128 pages, $5.99.


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

Straight from the Dark Reign comes...The Hood! What the cloaked criminal wants, he gets -- and he's after the zombie virus to wipe out the heroes once and for all! But standing in his way are the Midnight Sons -- and they're not heroes...they're monsters! For the first time in many years, The Hood and his super-villain syndicate know fear...but where Parker Robinson goes, can the dread Dormammu be far behind?

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Dan Slott, pencils by Stephen Segovia, cover by Khoi Pham.

What would be the greatest heist of all time? Breaking into the First National Bank? The Tower of London? Fort Knox? No. It'd be knocking over the Baxter Building! But why would Hank Pym want to rip off Mr. Fantastic? And are the other Avengers ready to become Earth's Mightiest Cat Burglars? Part one of the all-new Mighty Avengers/Fanastic Four throwdown starts here!

32 pages, $2.99.


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

"Down South," part 4. The little Mexican town of El Paso Del Norte is getting crowded. First, there's Moon Knight, whose current alter ego, Jake Lockley, is playing bodyguard to a young woman who's in the crosshairs of virtually every assassin South of the Rio Grande. Then, there's the Zapata Brothers, a duo of outlandish assassins that's determined to collect the bounty. And then there's the Punisher, who's crossed the border on the trail of some Russian Mobsters. And then there's the phantom predator known as Toltec, who's got his sights on everyone.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Brian Reed, pencils by Pat Olliffe, cover by Mike Deodato Jr.

The Dark Reign is in full effect. Carol Danvers is dead. Moonstone has taken on the mantle of Ms. Marvel. And the only hope for the forces of good is...Machine Man?

32 pages, $2.99.


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

Who will be the next Socerer Supreme? And will he or she survive the initiation? The Avengers fight a battle that they know will shape the future of the Marvel Universe for years to come!

32 pages, $3.99.


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

"Double Indeminty." After last issue's bombshell revelation, the hits keep coming for Mockingbird and Ronin as they begin their infiltration to stop a weapon of mass destruction from destroying an entire city. Plus, the question that's been on everyone's mind, especially Clint's: What happened to Mockingbird while she was held captive by the Skrulls? Find out here as the Reunion 15 years in the making continues!

32 pages, $3.99.

NOVA #25

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

The Nova Corps rushes to the front line of the terrible conflagration between the Shi'Ar Imperium and the Kree Empire‹and gets decimated! To save them, Richard Rider must wrest control of the Nova Force from no less than the Worldmind itself!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by various.

Continuing the chronicle of the Marvel Universe, starting with Spider-Man (from Amazing Spider-Man #215 on), Iron Man (from Iron Man #134) and the X-Men (from X-Men #219 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," conclusion. Frank Castle will kill the Hood or die trying. With his city under siege, a high bounty on his head and nothing left to lose, The Punisher dives in for a direct confrontation with New York's new kingpin of crime -- and what he discovers within The Hood's secret base will shock the Marvel Universe to its core. Who is The Hood's mysterious new lieutenant? What is The Hood truly capable of? And exactly how far will he go to take down the biggest threat to his brutal underworld reign?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Christopher Yost and James Asmus, pencils by Sara Pichelli and Emma Rios, variant cover by David LaFuente.

When Runaway Molly Hayes responds to the X-Men's psychic invitation welcoming all mutants to a new home in San Francisco, she declares it ³Moll-ifest Destiny² and heads to the Headlands to investigate! But when she finds herself back-to-back with Wolverine, cornered by a villain with a vendetta, she might find being an X-Man isn't just secret clubhouses and cool-looking costumes.

40 pages, $3.99.


Written by Fred Van Lente, art by Peter Vale, cover by J. Scott Campbell.

As the all-new, all-different She-Hulk continues her relentless rampage through New York, the mysterious target of the desperate mission that brought her to our time period is revealed -- and it's a doozy! Only one thing stands between the daughter of Hulk and Thundra and the object of her quest -- her name is Jennifer Walters, and she won't let the She-Hulk mantle be taken away from her without a catfight that measures 10 on the Richter scale! And no matter what the outcome, the Dark Avengers wait in the wings to take on the winner! Plus, 8 pages of Director's Cut-style extras!

40 pages, $3.99.


By various.

Featuring Secret Invasion #2 and New Avengers #41 and #43.

72 pages, $5.99.


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

The most talked about new Marvel series rolls on as we find out the answer to the question: What happened to all the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.? Plus, Daisy Johnson recruits a new member to replace a fallen comrade, the kids spy on Nick Fury and we follow the Colonel as he starts his one man war against the endless hordes of HYDRA.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Greg Pak, penciled by Dan Panosian, cover by Alex Garner.

Reed Richards just found out that the Hulk has a son. A great, big barbarian son named Skaar who's known nothing but blood and rage after being abandoned by his father to be born on fire on a war-torn alien planet. And now Skaar's coming to Earth, where a showdown with his father could literally split the globe in two. So with just 24 hours to spare, Mr. Fantastic must determine how to face the advent of... Planet Skaar! Plus, 8 pages of Director's Cut style extras!

40 pages, $3.99.


Written by Greg Pak, penciled by Ron Lim, cover by Travis Charest.

Too savage for the savage planet of Sakaar, the Son of Hulk has been exiled to the puny little mudball known as Earth! Can a confrontation with his father be far behind? Also -- the return of the Warbound! These monstrous alien heroes stood by the Green Goliath throughout the epic tales of "Planet Hulk" and "World War Hulk." Now can they save the soul of the Hulk's barbarian boy? Skaar, Son of Hulk, begins his epic clash with the Marvel Universe with "Planet Skaar," part one!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Adam Felber, penciled by Mark Robinson, cover by Mario Alberti, variant cover by Top Cow Studios.

The creepy spin-off of Secret Invasion continues with the Krew leader Ryder's attempts to take down a faction of surviving scions of the original Skrulls that Reed Richards turned into cows. Unfortunately he's got to deal with the fact that his team is dead first.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Brian Michael Bendis, pencils and cover by Alex Maleev.

Jessica Drew is back, she is an agent of S.W.O.R.D. and she is hunting one of the people who helped ruin her life. It's back to sexy, violent Madripoor because the hunt is on!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Howard Chaykin, penciled and cover by Marco Checchetto.

"Raising the Bar." As if all-out war between the new and old Squadrons Supreme wasn't bad enough, America still has to endure the normal problems -- terrorism, criminal geniuses, mutated astronauts and a rising tide of superhumanity.

32 pages, $2.99.

THOR #602

Written by J. Michael Straczynski, art and cover by Marko Djurdjevic.

The cataclysmic, catastrophic events of Thor #600 have rocked Asgard. What unexpected way do his true friends figure out to help him? And what could possibly be the next step in the devious Loki's sinister schemes and machinations?

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Stan Lee, penciled by Jack Kirby, cover by Olivier Coipel.

The legend has come true! By the will of the gods, I am alive! I am invincible! I am -- Thor! And so began the very first epic tale of Marvel's most revered hero, the mighty Thor, whose legend would grow alongside the success of Marvel comics, making him the most exciting super hero of all time! Never has Thor been more sensational than during these early tales, crafted by Marvel's greatest, Stan Lee and Jack Kirby. Re-live classic Norse mythology in the mighty Marvel manner as well as Stan and Jack's stories of the Norse Gods and Thor before he came to Earth as Don Blake. Witness as these masters breathe life into the thunder god and some of Marvel's most enduring characters: Helmdall, Balder, Loki, Odin and Hela. Read these stories as never before with all-new, modern coloring and six extraordinary interlocking covers by current Thor artist Olivier Coipel. Collecting the ³Tales of Asgard² backup stories from Journey into Mystery #97-104.

48 pages, $3.99.


Written by Andy Diggle, penciled by Roberto De La Torre, cover by Francesco Mattina.

A new killer joins the Norman Osborn's terrifying team! Our crazed covert ops squad sets out to recruit one of the world's deadliest fighters: the ruthless Wolverine foe known only as Mr. X! But first they must defeat him in single combat, and that's easier said than done -- especially when one of the Thunderbolts is hiding a deadly secret that could spell death for them all!

32 pages, $2.99.

TIMESTORM: 2009-2099 #2

Written by Brian Reed, penciled by Eric Battle, cover by Salvador Larroca.

It's the heroes and villains of 2099‹as you've never seen them before! Washington, D.C. overrun by Hulks! New York City controlled by massive corporations that know your every thought and desire! A man from 2099 in the present day, killing our heroes!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Greg Pak, penciled by Carlos Magno, cover by Francesco Mattina.

Controversy erupts as War Machine picks a target on U.S. soil in ³Homeland,² Part One! When Jim Rhodes returns home he comes face-to-face with American Eagle -- last seen in the pages of Thunderbolts -- as two visions of America clash with results that may irrevocably change War Machine and the nation he loves! Also: What the heck does Rhodes' mom have to say about all of this?

32 pages, $2.99.


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

Marvel's next sci-fi spectacular rages on! Emperor Vulcan cuts loose, but will final victory depend less on military might and more on actions of the conscience? And how will the Inhuman known as Crystal and the Imperial Guardsman named Gladiator factor in to the escalating events?

32 pages, $3.99.


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

Who are the Raptors? What have they done to Darkhawk? What is their connection to the Shi'Ar and the larger Marvel cosmos?

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



Written by Paul Tobin, art by Matteo Lolli, cover by Ig Guara.

When the Avengers take some time out of their busy schedules to attend a neighborhood block party / flea market, Tigra discovers a magic necklace and accidentally unleashes an ancient genie that has two goals in mind: giving Tigra her requisite three wishes, and seeking terrible vengeance on the "dire villain" who trapped him in the lamp... a certain ever lovin' blue eyed Thing! Can Tigra simply WISH this problem away? You'd think so, but magic wishes sure do have their way of back-firing! It's a supernatural battle royale, guest-starring the Thing!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Paul Tobin, art by David Hahn and Colleen Coover, cover by Roger Cruz.

All good things must eventually end. Sure, our universe had some great times, but all shows must close, and the Fantastic Four are summoned to the Ends of Time to help one of the show's brightest stars pack up for the long sleep until the next universe is born. That's right: Galactus has survived one Big Bang, and is making plans to pull off the same trick! But what does a guy like Galactus pack for this journey, and why does he need the help of the Fantastic Four? Plus, Coover brings you Sue Storm's essay, "The Importance of Being Invisible!"

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Paul Benjamin, penciled by Juan Santacruz, cover by Graham Nolan.

Think Spidey's the only guy that can stick to stuff? Meet Paste Pot Pete! God of glue! Advocate of adhesive! Will he turn the Wallcrawler into the Wallstucker?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Louise Simonson, penciled by Jon Buran, cover by Tom Grummett.

Thunder gods! Lying gods! Father gods! Giant nasty monster dudes bigger than skyscrapers!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Marc Sumerak, penciled by Sanford Greene, cover by Graham Nolan.

Collecting Wolverine: First Class #2, Marvel Adventures Avengers #20 and Marvel Adventures Super Heroes #2.

72 pages, $5.99.


Cover by Mike Deodato Jr.

It's Spider-Man from cover to cover in the latest senses-shattering edition of the wall-crawler's very own ongoing 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 Duane Swierczynski, pencils by Ariel Olivetti, covers by Olivetti and Kaare Andrews.

"X-Force/Cable: Messiah War," Part 4. The sequel to 2007's Messiah Complex continues here! ³Messiah War,² the much-anticipated sequel to ³Messiah CompleX,² continues here! For the first time, Cable's been separated from the girl he's sworn to raise and protect -- Hope, the so-called ³Mutant Messiah² -- and now she's in the hands of his greatest enemy! Meanwhile, X-Force, sent by Cyclops on a desperate rescue mission to the deep future, scrambles to find their way out of a trap that will kill them in matter of hours. And if that's not enough, an old -- some might say ancient -- enemy of the X-Men has reared his ugly head one last time.

32 pages, $2.99.


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

"Bullseye," part 1 of 3. Norman Osborn is through playing around with Deadpool -- it's time to send in the big guns. The big, crazy guns that never, ever miss. He may be wearing a new costume, but he's still the same ol' psychopath.

32 pages, $2.99.


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

"Part 2: Dead Man's Hand." Deadpool's latest job has gotten him into a world of trouble. 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, first he's got to avoid getting killed by the force of nature known as the Punisher. That's right: It's Wade versus Frank round, like, whatever...and the only way Deadpool's going to survive is with a little help from a certain Man Without Fear.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Chris Claremont, penciled by Jonmoy Meyers, cover by Alex Garner.

The newest generation of X-Men returns! In a world where the years passed in real-time for the X-Men since their foundation, the newest crop of students at Xavier's are the children and grandchildren of the heroes we know. But with all the trouble Becka Monroe, Pavel Rasputin, Olivier Raven and company got into last time, they're not sure they want to go back to school. With Professor Henry ³Beast² McCoy watching over them, GeNEXT is striking out on their own!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by John Rhett Thomas.

When the New Mutants burst onto the scene during the early '80s, they gave young readers an insight into the life of teenage mutants living in the shadow of the world-beating X-Men. For many at the time, Dani, Rahne, Sam, Roberto and Shan weren't just new mutants -- they were the readers' mutants! And for the next decade, readers thrilled along with their exploits as they honed their powers and became bona-fide heroes among the various teams of X-Men. Now, in the wake of X-Infernus, the classic lineup of New Mutants is back together again! Join Marvel Spotlight to cover 25 years of storytelling and action, and look forward to the lives of the heroes as told by writer Zeb Wells and artist Diogenes Neves.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Zeb Wells, penciled by Diogenes Neves, covers by Adam Kubert, Alex Ross and Bob McLeod.

They're back together again! Cannonball, Dani Moonstar, Karma, Sunspot, Magma and Magik have been gathered once more, but can they stand against one of the most powerful X-Villains of all time? Legion is back, and the villain that thrust us into the Age of Apocalypse is scarier than ever. But what does he want with the New Mutants?

40 pages, $3.99.


Written by Matt Fraction, pencils and covers by Greg Land, variant cover by J. Scott Campbell.

Siege! The Sisterhood executes a massive raid on the Graymalkin Facility, taking their fight to the Uncanny X-Men. No one is safe! Everybody fights! But why? How? What do they want? And how long can violence at such an insane level last? Oh, about most of the issue.

32 pages, $2.99.

WOLVERINE #73 & #74

Written by Jason Aaron, art and covers by Adam Kubert and Tommy Lee Edwards, #73 variant by Marko Djurdjevic.

Two stories over two issues! Each tale begins in Wolverine #73 and concludes in #74.

"A Day in the Life." In a story by Aaron and Kubert, experience a day in the life for America's favorite mutant -- a day packed with action, women, villains, costume changes and beer. Ever wonder why Logan keeps himself so busy these days? The answer lies within.

"One Percenter." Meanwhile, in a story by Way and Edwards and a prequel to Dark Wolverine, Logan wants to get the hell out of New York, and he's in no hurry to get back to San Francisco, either. So he gets on a motorcycle and takes the long way home. But home for Logan isn't in a secret underground headquarters -- it's in a fight, with his hands wrapped around the neck of somebody who's got it coming.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Peter David, art by Scott Koblish, cover by Dennis Calero.

Kitty Pryde's got a crush and she's depending on Wolvie to help her get the hook-up. But what can she really expect him to do when that crush is Thor?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Daniel Way, pencils by Doug Braithwaite, cover by Stephen Segovia.

"Weapon XI," part 4 of 5. Wolverine races to stop Daken from undergoing the procedure that will turn him into the ultimate weapon! But will saving his son's life cost him his own?

32 pages, $2.99.


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

New York City, 1937. Private detective Jim Logan's partner, Dog, is missing, and Logan's determined to find him, even if he has to spread a trail of blood and broken hearts across the Bowery. But chances of finding Dog alive aren't looking good as all signs point to a dangerous gangster called Creed, who might just be too much for one down-and-out P.I. to handle.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Jason Aaron, pencils and cover by Ron Garney, variant cover by Marko Djurdjevic.

"The Adamantium Men," part 2 of 5. Wolverine travels to Colombia to track down leads on Blackguard, the private military contractor who's recently come into possession of the old files from Weapon X. But instead of the hunter, Logan becomes the hunted when he learns the hard way that Blackguard has already put those Weapon X files to use, giving birth to Strikeforce X, the most fearsome team of super soldiers that Logan has ever encountered.

32 pages, $3.99.


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

X-Factor draws one step closer to determining who is targeting former mutants for death...but the answer may wind up hitting too close to home. Meanwhile, Cyclops has a very particular mission that could spell the end for Madrox and his new partner. And Rictor finds himself in a battle to the death with...nah. Why ruin the surprise?

32 pages, $2.99.


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

"X-Force/Cable: Messiah War," part 5 of 7. The War heats up! As Stryfe gets even closer to learning the secret of Hope Summers, Bishop has no choice but to make his move. X-Force has split into two strike teams... but only betrayal and death await them. And the choice Archangel makes will change everything. Plus, the battle a millennia in the making: Cable vs. Stryfe.

32 pages, $2.99.


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

Before they can face the world, the X-Men must face the dark secrets that lie inside Marvel Girl.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Chris Claremont, penciled and covers by Jim Lee.

X-Men Forever marks Chris Claremont's exciting return to a story he left unfinished over 15 years ago. Now, X-Men Forever Alpha #1 gets you caught up on all the best-selling action leading into Forever #1 with this special reprint of X-Men #1-3. The Master of Magnetism embarks on a holy crusade to rescue his fellow mutants from the coming genetic conflagration with humanity...regardless of the cost to either side. All that stands in the way of absolute chaos are the mutant heroes known as the X-Men, whose powers and abilities set them apart from a humanity that hates and fears them.

104 pages, $4.99.


Written by John Rhett Thomas and Jeph York, cover by Ariel Olivetti.

The Messiah War has been raging since the conclusion of Messiah Complex, the storyline that critics and fans agree was the X-event of the decade! Now, it all comes to a blistering conclusion in the awesome crossover that unites Cable and X-Force against the toughest foes the future can throw at them! The Messiah War Sourcebook will cross all the timelines we have to in order to introduce you to the bad guys; take you inside the motives of the major players; and highlight their strengths, weaknesses, strategies and weapons. Get the inside scoop from the creators themselves: Messiah War architects Duane Swierczynski, Christopher Yost and Craig Kyle; and the awesome art combo of Ariel Olivetti and Clayton Crain!

48 pages, $3.99.


Written by Mike Carey, pencils by Scot Eaton, cover by Lee Bermejo.

"Salvage," part 5 of 5. The climactic finale of ³Salvage² is here! The status quo is shaken and the effects of the final reckoning between Danger and Xavier are felt!

32 pages, $2.99.

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

"Destoyer," part 2. The clock is ticking, Destroyer's time on this Earth is coming to an end -- so his one-man mission to murder all his villains kicks into high-gear this issue.

32 pages, $3.99.


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

"Six Hours to Kill: Conclusion." Frank Castle has been abducted, poisoned, beaten, shot, strangled, stabbed and quadruple-crossed in the City of Brotherly Love. And oh, he's got about a half hour left to live due to the slow-acting poison in his bloodstream. Can the Punisher summon the last bit of strength he needs to unravel the conspiracy that's torn the city apart over the past five hours...or will he be wasted away on the streets of Philadelphia?

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by David Lapham, penciled by Koi Turnbull, covers by Jelene Kevic Djurdjevic.

Ol' Skullface sings again! Our charming Mr. Terror -- the cursed, undead, rotting, immortal entrepreneur -- is back in action! Brutally ripping off his own limbs and ³borrowing² other people's body parts comes in so very handy for the lucrative purposes of assassination, espionage, and other sticky situations. Business is truly recession-proof...but is it plague-proof? Terror better hope so when he agrees to recover a weaponized virus from Middle Eastern terrorists -- just one of those odd jobs the unique Mr. Terror is so well suited for.

32 pages, $3.99.



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

Anita Blake's manhunt for a child-killer brings her to St. Louis' newest sensation: a comedy club with a macabre twist. But if Anita's going to get any help from the club's new proprietor, Jean-Claude, she'll have to survive the evening's gruesome opening number...

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Mike Carey, penciled by Sebastian Fiumara, cover by Timothy Green II.

Sister Carlotta's quest to understand Bean's past brings unwelcome revelations about his future. Meanwhile, Bean himself faces a daunting task which will finally bring him face to face with his famous rival - but will they meet as friends or as enemies? The first chapter of Bean's journey in Marvel's adaptation of Orson Scott Card's Ender's Shadow reaches its conclusion here!

32 pages, $3.99.


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

The last survivors of the Purgatory squadron reach the end of their terrifying journey knowing who destroyed the Earth and why. The answers to these questions will haunt them forever. The Industrial Colonization Companies have done the unthinkable and irreparable by destroying the crib of humanity and its twenty billion inhabitants. Lost in this nightmarish future the Purgatory fleet will discover that their journey is only part of a terrifying vicious cycle. No matter what action they took, humanity was doomed. Will the first universal war ever come to an end?

48 pages, $5.99.


Written by Christophe Arleston, penciled and cover by Adrien Floch.

The Comet's Mist is under siege by Khengis and his army, and when the terrifying Khengis has a purpose, his methods are generous with violence and bloodshed. He wants that ship and will do whatever it takes to get it. Meanwhile Granite, locked up in isolation, tries to convince the Pacha of Dhokas' guilt, and Narvarth is appointed superior officer and tries to get the Comet's Mist moving to save the surviving passengers.

56 pages, $5.99.


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

Now that the Wicked Witch is dead, Dorothy possesses the Witch's magic -- including the Winged Monkeys. But how did the Winged Monkeys first become magical slaves? The answer involves a powerful sorceress's love for a mortal boy and her eternal revenge for a practical joke. Then discover the dreadful truth of the Wizard of Oz's secret identity. All Dorothy's hopes of returning home teeter on the brink of annihilation.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Roy Thomas, pencils by Miguel Angel Sepulveda, cover by Dennis Calero.

Based on the Epic Cycle and other ancient sources. This is the tale not told in The Iliad and The Odyssey of Zeus' plans with Themis, the god of justice, to bring about the Trojan War to kill off an excess of mankind. This is a fascinating exploration of the very roots of the most famous conflict in antiquity. Brought to you by the lauded team of Roy Thomas scripter and Miguel Sepulveda responsible for the recent Illustrated adaptation of The Iliad. This is the invaluable companion piece to those aforementioned twin pillars of Greek literature that have withstood the test of ages.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Nancy Butler, penciled by Hugo Petrus, cover by Dennis Calero.

Vanity and pride are different things, though the words are often used synonymously. Two-time RITA award winner and multiple RT Reviewer's Choice winner Nancy Butler and artist Hugo Petrus continue their adaptation of one of the greatest romantic comedies ever told! In this issue: What is UP with that Darcy guy? Dude's just being a jerk. Forget it, Lizzy, better to spend time with the cute military man that just rode into town...

32 pages, $3.99.


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

The most harrowing chapter of Stephen King's horror epic yet! When Larry Underwood and his new companion Rita Blakemoor decide to escape from New York, they head for the Lincoln Tunnel...little knowing that they are embarking on a nightmare journey that will unleash their deepest, darkest fears and demons, both real and imagined. Meanwhile, Harold and Frannie set off on their own great adventure--on mopeds!--and Stu Redman meets another survivor. But is he friend or foe?

32 pages, $3.99.


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

A horrified Steven Deschain learns that the deadly seeing sphere called Maerlyn's Grapefruit has been stolen from his chambers! Far worse, when he enters his wife's rooms to arrest her for the theft, his son Roland is standing over her body with a gun in his hand. The youngest gunslinger has perhaps committed the most hideous crime of all! Continuing the epic saga based on the best-selling Dark Tower novels by the master Stephen King.

48 pages, $3.99.


Written by Bryan J.L. Glass, penciled by Ryan Stegman.

The Castle Crydee has stood strong against a multitude of enemies over the years, and has kept its people safe. But now, a new enemy from another world threatens to destroy them, and Prince Arutha, Swordmaster Fannon and Squire Roland struggle to keep them at bay. Meanwhile, Pug, apprentice to the magician Kulgan, goes on an offensive with his master and a band of soldiers into the heart of the enemy camp. It's a daring that will ultimately prove fatal for one of them...and will change the course of the other's life.

32 pages, $3.99.


By Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips.

Doc Lester is the mad scientist's mad scientist, and he may just be the only person who knows the truth about Zack Overkill and his twin brother...A truth that Zack will soon have to kill for, as all sides are closing in on him.

32 pages, $3.50.


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

The final confrontation as Kick-Ass and Hit Girl test their mettle. Bodies will fly and bad guys will die. Who will live? Who will be morally outraged?

48 pages, $5.99.

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