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TUESDAY, JULY 21, 2009




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

Iron Man crashes Europe! Tony Stark's frantic pursuit of his stolen Stark tech across the Atlantic gets ugly as the secrets (and bodies?!) start piling up! The world of industrial espionage gets a repulsor blast to the face as Stark squares off with a villain unlike anything he's faced before!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Mark Millar, pencils and cover by Carlos Pacheco.

The search for Steve Rogers continues! Nick Fury assembles a new team of deadly operatives to track down the renegade Captain America! But what will the Avenger's resident marksman Hawkeye have to say about Fury's tactics and will these new faces make the cut?

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Brian Michael Bendis, pencils and cover by David Lafuente.

The world of Spider-Man is turned upside down! Friends are enemies and enemies are friends! Mysterio is on the loose and gunning for Spidey big time. And the Hulk is back? Plus -- and this is a biggie -- what iconic super hero is moving into Aunt May's house?

32 pages, $3.99.

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Written by Marc Guggenheim, penciled by Marco Chechetto and Luke Ross, covers by Adi Granov and Marko Djurdjevic.

³Who Was Ben Reilly?² begins here! Bursting out of this year's Amazing Spider-Man Annual, Raptor is back for revenge against the man he claims killed his family -- Ben Reilly, the clone of Spider-Man! Unfortunately, the only person alive that fits Ben's description is Peter Parker! As this super powered psycho with a thirst for vengeance targets Peter, his family and his friends, even Spider-Man might not be able to save the day this time!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Marc Guggenheim, penciled by Marco Chechetto and Luke Ross, cover by Adi Granov.

As Raptor tightens the noose on Peter and those he loves, the turbulent days of the Clone Saga comes back to haunt Peter Parker in part two of this three part epic!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Marc Guggenheim, penciled by Marco Chechetto and Luke Ross, cover by Adi Granov.

Peter Parker's past collides with his future! Can Peter Parker save his family and himself? The conclusion of ³Who Was Ben Reilly?²

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Zeb Wells, penciled by Paulo Siqueira, cover by Mirco Pierfederici.

Eddie Brock is waging a one-man war against the guilty as the sin-purifying symbiote, Anti-Venom. But someone forgot to tell him about another one-man war, Frank Castle -- the Punisher. As the streets erupt in violence, these two men can't help but be on a collision course with those who prey on the innocent -- and each other!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Howard Mackie and Tom DeFalco, penciled by Todd Nauck, cover by Miguel Sepulveda.

Ben Reilly: carbon copy or the real deal? It's only issue two and already we're letting this genie out of the bottle! Find out what the architects of the original Spidey epic really had in store for poor Peter Parker!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by J.M. DeMatteis, Tom DeFalco and others, penciled by Val Semeiks, Ron Frenz and others, cover by Pasqual Ferry.

Tying into upcoming events in Amazing Spider-Man including "Who is Ben Reilly?" and "The Gauntlet"! Thrill to the return of Kaine, the ill-fated Peter Parker Clone -- where has he been all these years? Where is he now? And how does it tie into Kraven? Then, the continuing adventures of May-Day Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Girl! And More!

48 pages, $3.99.

SPIDER-MAN 1602 #1

Written by Jeff Parker, penciled by Ramon Rosanas, cover by Michael Golden.

A return to the universe created by Neil Gaiman and Andy Kubert picks as The Spider has reached manhood in the New World! The young nation has grown peacefully, but Norman Osbourne's treachery finds a way to spoil the peace and put Peter's life on a new course -- back to Europe.

32 pages, $3.99.

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Written by Christos N. Gage, pencils by Rafa Sandoval, cover by Matteo De Longis.

While the Hood makes a captive hero an offer they can't refuse, the stress of Trauma's situation is opening the way for a threat far deadlier than even Norman Osborn. What could possibly be dangerous -- and powerful -- enough to threaten both the Initiative and the Avengers Resistance? How about an other-dimensional demon lord bent on conquering our plane...and it's not Dormammu. With both the heroes and villains in disarray, who can save us?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Jonathan Maberry, penciled by Will Conrad, cover by Paul Renaud.

"Power," part 3. Things are not what they seem. Not in Wakanda, and not in America. As T'Challa takes the first steps along a pathway that will transform him forever, the new Black Panther fights for her life against the vicious super-villain know as Predator, unaware that it is merely a warm-up for a collision with one of the Marvel Universe's most powerful and feared players.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Ed Brubaker, art by Bryan Hitch and Butch Guice, covers by Hitch, John Cassaday and Joe Kubert.

Steve Rogers, the original Captain America - trapped in time! Bucky and Sharon Carter - in the hands of the enemy! As Dr. Doom and the Red Skull make a terrifying pact that could destroy what Captain America means forever! The penultimate issue of Marvel's event of the year!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Paul Jenkins, art by TBA, cover by Butch Guice.

Jenkins' run on Theater of War comes to a close, in his most personal and poignant tale of the legacy of Captain America. From America's first Independence Day, through wars that nearly tore the country apart, to the rebirth of a nation, the spirit of Captain America has always been with us. And no one embodies that better than Steve Rogers.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Andy Diggle, art by Roberto De La Torre, cover by Esad Ribic, variant cover by Tim Sale.

Meet Daredevil as you've never seen him before! The cataclysmic events of issue 500 left Matt in the toughest place of his life ­ and forced him to make the hardest decision he's ever made. Now's the start of a radically different chapter in Daredevil's adventures.

32 pages, $2.99.


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

Norman Osborn was once the Green Goblin but he got it under control and now he's one of the most powerful people in the free world? Oh, and that whole thing about him being a ticking time bomb who could snap at any minute...

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Kieron Gillen, pencils and cover by Cary Nord.

Ares -- the God of War! His relentless brutality and his bloodthirsty drive to attain victory at any cost earned him only scorn from his fellow gods in the Greek pantheon, and exile from Olympus. After thousands of years living as a man and fighting in man's bloody, petty conflicts, Ares joined the ranks of Earth's mightiest heroes -- the Avengers. Now Norman Osborn ­ the new head of the corrupted Dark Avengers and director of the paramilitary intelligence agency H.A.M.M.E.R. -- wants the finest fighting force the God of War can provide. He charges Ares with hand-picking an elite squad of soldiers and beating them into the hardest, sharpest warriors ever to wield an M-60 in each hand. And that's exactly what Ares will need, when the goddess Hera provides him with a fighting chance to regain his standing in the pantheon's eyes. And Ares is taking his men with him into the battle of their lives.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Jonathan Hickman, pencils and cover by Ed McGuinness.

Norman Osborn's got it in for Marvel's super spy, but what happens when he needs Nick Fury to uncover a breach in National Security? Nothing good, nothing good at all. It's lies, interrogations, double-crosses and just a whole bunch of meanness - It's the List. Plus, Nick Fury Files and a classic reprint.

48 pages, $3.99.


Written by Rick Remender, pencils and cover by John Romita Jr.

Frank Castle has disabled much of Norman Osborn's criminal underground, tarnished his well-groomed public image and attempted to assassinate him. Today Osborn returns the favor. With Frank still torn apart from his battle with the Hood, Osborn dedicates himself and every single H.A.M.M.E.R. resource to one goal: killing The Punisher. To make sure they don't fail, The Dark Avengers are going with them. Somebody has to die. Somebody will. The most ferocious battle of Frank Castle's life. Plus, a preview of the next chapter of the Punisher.

48 pages, $3.99.


Written by Greg Pak, pencils and cover by Ben Oliver.

Norman Osborn thought he had a plan for keeping the Green Goliath from mussing his wavy coif -- but he forgot about the Hulk's most dangerous incarnation. Now the H.A.M.M.E.R. comes down as Banner and Skaar face Osborn's deadliest femme fatales in a monumental battle of brawn and brains. Plus a reprinting of Amazing Spider-Man #14, the first appearance of the Green Goblin & guest-starring The Hulk.

48 pages, $3.99.


Written by Jason Aaron, pencils and cover by Esad Ribic.

The power mad Norman Osborn wants control of the Weapon Plus program. The eternally-surly Wolverine wants to stop him. The artificially-evolved super-sentinel Fantomex wants to shoot everyone in the face and zip away in his kick-ass flying saucer. The Kree warrior Marvel Boy just wants the hell out. And the all-new Weapon XVI wants to bring the world to its knees. And you should want to read it. Plus: Jason Aaron's never-before-reprinted first Wolverine story, from Wolverine (first series) #175 -- and more!

48 pages, $3.99.


Written by Rick Remender, artist TBA, covers by Marko Djurdjevic and Billy Tan.

Launching from tNew Avengers, Jericho Drumm assumes the role of Marvel's new Sorcerer Supreme as Doctor Voodoo! Having foreseen an unimaginable evil that will soon envelop the Marvel Universe, the Eye of Agamotto has passed the mantle of Sorcerer Supreme on to the one man who has the unique gifts to stave off the coming darkness -- but is Doctor Voodoo ready for the momentous duty as avenger of the supernatural? As Jericho begins to grapple with his colossal new position, malevolent beings of vast power see his arrival as an opportunity to strike.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Jonathan Hickman, penciled by Dale Eaglesham, cover by Alan Davis.

This is the shocking conclusion to dramatic first arc from Jonathan Hickman and Dale Eaglesham that spins Marvel's first family into a bold new era of adventure. Be there to see Reed Richards solve everything. Part Three of Three.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Jason Aaron, penciled by Roland Boschi, cover by Das Pastoras.

The brothers Ghost Rider are together again, but it ain't exactly the sweetest of family reunions. When Johnny Blaze and Danny Ketch hit the road together, searching for a gateway to Heaven, they find the highways guarded by two of the wildest villains they've ever encountered. And if Big Wheel and Trull the Inhuman don't spell doom for Blaze and Ketch, the bickering brothers may just kill each other.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning, penciled by Wes Craig, cover by Alex Garner.

Will Kang Conquer the Guardians? Rocked by the aftershocks of War of Kings, Star-Lord's team ­ now castaways across shattered timelines ­ are desperate to find a route home before all possible futures fuse into one dark nightmare! Guest-starring the original Guardians of the Galaxy (sort of) and the infamous time-traveling despot who may be their only hope!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Christos N. Gage, penciled by Manuel Garcia, cover by Mike Perkins.

What do you do if your criminal gang has outgrown their territory? If you're The Hood you set your sights on taking over a whole country! But the mineral-rich South American nation of Santo Rico already has rulers‹the X-foes known as Madison Jeffries and his insane, flesh-twisting brother Lionel--who don't intend to give it up without a fight! Oh, and we finally learn how Magneto feels about all this...

32 pages, $3.99.

HULK #16

Written by Jeph Loeb, penciled and cover by Ian Churchill, variant cover by Ed McGuinness.

No story details released.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Greg Pak, pencils and cover by Ariel Olivetti, Savage She-Hulk back-up by Fred Van Lente and Michael Ryan.

Smash meets slash as Banner and Skaar finally come fist-to-claw with Logan and Daken! But will the battle royale come down to Wolverines versus Hulks -- or fathers versus sons? Anything's possible as the Marvel Universe's most insane father/son duos throw down! Plus, in the Savage She-Hulk backup, Lyra continues the search for Jennifer Walters!

40 pages, $3.99.


Written by Greg Pak and Fred Van Lente, penciled by Reilly Brown, cover by Rafael Albuquerque.

God of Strength versus God of Thunder! Adamantine mace versus uru hammer! Olympian versus Asgardian! Incredible versus Mighty! That's right -- Hercules battles Thor! The Odinson discovers the Lion of Olympus has been impersonating him and he's out to prove nothing beats the original!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Greg Pak and Fred Van Lente, penciled by Rodney Buchemi, cover by Rafael Albuquerque.

The epic Secret Origin of Amadeus Cho concludes! He learns his connection with the original Master Mind Excello and the identity of who really killed his parents! And once Amadeus knows this, will he look to reunite with Hercules... or destroy him?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Duane Swierczynski, art by Khari Evans, cover by David Aja.

Tiger's Beautiful Daughter -- her beauty is legendary; her kung fu, unmatched. Now learn how one of the most gorgeous women in the world also became one of its deadliest fighters! In a distant dimension, undefeatable men fight wars to protect their beautiful, well-groomed wives, sisters and daughters. But when the men prove not so undefeatable after all, who will stand and fight for her home...and change a world in the process?

40 pages, $3.99.


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

"World's Most Wanted," the conclusion. Everything ends.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Robert Venditti, art by Nelson, cover by Ariel Olivetti.

Deep within a secret government base beneath the arctic tundra lies the ³Ark²: a vault containing the genetic codes for all life on Earth. But there's a problem -- a rogue Artificial Intelligence has decided that the best way to protect the samples is to eradicate every living creature! Only Iron Man has the knowledge to stop the machine -- and he's only got an hour to do it!

40 pages, $3.99.


Written by Mike Benson and Adam Glass, penciled by Shawn Martinbrough, cover by Tim Bradstreet, variant cover by Dennis Calero.

"Moon Over Harlem," part 3. Luke Cage is finally reunited with his old lover Josephine Ball, but their reunion is bittersweet. Josephine has been horribly disfigured, her face cut up with a razor. She wants Luke to leave and forget about her, about them. But Cage can't forget, and he sure as hell can't forgive. Whoever did this is going to pay. Luke is finally starting to put all the pieces of the puzzle together, and when he does -- blood will run through the streets of Harlem. But Cage's enemies have one last ace up their sleeve. The question is, will it be enough to save them from a very angry ³power man²?

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Robert Aguirre-Sacasa, art by Tonci Zonjic, cover by Jelena Kevic Djurdjevic.

When the real intentions behind Daimon Hellstrom's indecent proposal come to light, does it mean that once again, Patsy Walker is going to Hell? Also, now that Monica's helped Doctor Voodoo obtain the dread monkey's paw, does that means he now owes her? After Felicia's fight with the Puma last issue, is there any way their relationship can survive? And when a blast from the past re-enters Angelica's life, will it be at the moment of her greatest triumph or most crushing defeat?

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Ed Brubaker, pencils by Steve Epting, cover by Steve McNiven, variant covers by Epting and Gerald Parel.

The centerpiece of Marvel's 70th anniversary celebration turns a deadly corner, as Nazi spies infiltrate the secret US government's Super-Soldier Experiment... and while the Torch learns what it means to be both human and a hero, Prince Namor arrives in New York looking for nothing more than vengeance!

32 pages, $3.99.


By various, cover by Ed McGuinness.

A giant-size extravaganza of Marvel fun! Besides an exclusive interview with St. Nick himself, a compilation of the ultimate Christmas gift-giving guide for Marvel fans. Plus, a bevy of classic Christmas-themed comics, some of which will see print for the very first time! So enjoy Christmas with the X-Men, Werewolf by Night, the Illuminati and others.

104 pages, $9.99.


Written by Karl Kesel, penciled by Rob DiSalvo, cover by Marcos Martin.

Fur and severed limbs fly in a story that reveals an important missing link in the saga of the Marvel Zombies! Two worlds of hurt collide as the popular Marvel Zombie Universe gnaws its way into the cult-favorite Marvel Apes Universe with a handful of our Earth's furriest heroes stuck in the middle! Who will be the last man (or monkey) standing? See Iron Mandrill's descent into Zombie Madness! Fear Colonel America's battle with The Amazing Spider-Monkey! Who will come out triumphant? What will be left of them? Can Gorilla Girl, the Gibbon and Ape Speedball survive? No one is safe and nothing is certain in this destiny-altering battle between the flesh-eaters and the feces flingers!

64 pages, $4.99.


Written by Dan Slott and Christos N. Gage, pencils by Sean Chen, cover by Marko Djurdjevic.

As the epic battle with The Unspoken threatens all of Earth, the team-up you've been waiting for finally happens as members of the Mighty Avengers, New Avengers, Young Avengers, and the Avengers Initiative unite to fight a foe that no single hero could withstand! How can we fit so many Avengers in one issue? Against the most powerful Inhuman of all, with the greatest weapon in history, do they have a choice? All that plus a special appearance by the Dark Avengers.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Paul Tobin, penciled by Vicenc Villagrasa, cover by Scott Clark.

Millie may not be modeling her prison stripes any more, but she's in as much hot water as she is in hot fashion! While the noxious North Norrell continues to hold up Millie as the prime suspect in the mystery of Todd Speers and Devin Perlman's murders, Millie's friends are pulling out all the stops trying to clear her name. All this and keeping up with fashion week! Of course, someone didn't tell the sniper aiming for Millie's head that hot lead isn't an in-vogue accessory this season!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Brian Reed, pencils and cover by Sana Takeda.

"War of the Marvels," final chapter. There's only room for one Ms. Marvel, and both Carol Danvers and Karla Sofen will kill to take the mantle. It's the ultimate showdown of Dark Reign as the lines between good and evil are blurred...and the last Ms. Marvel standing will face a surprise ending!

32 pages, $2.99.


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

The Hood's control over his turf is challenged. Big time. And you won't believe by who. And you won't believe where the Hood is getting his newfound powers from. A big status quo change for the power brokers of the Marvel Universe. Guest-starring the Cabal. All that and guess which Avengers hook up this issue.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Sean McKeever, penciled by David Baldeon, cover by Rafael Alberquerque.

Guest-starring the high-flying Falcon! When the Flag Smasher strikes, it's time for Rikki Barnes to make her debut as Nomad! But does she even want to be Nomad? And while the student body elections heat up at school, Mad Dog gets closer to sniffing out his red-headed prey!

32 pages, $3.99.

NOVA #30

Written by Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning, penciled by Kevin Sharpe, cover by Brandon Peterson.

³Starstalker² Part 2 finds Nova and his fledgling Corps pitted against a threat from another dimension, forced to team up with the galaxy's deadliest bounty hunter, and coping with a blast from the past!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by various.

Continuing the chronicle of the Marvel Universe, starting with Spider-Man (from Amazing Spider-Man #429 on), Iron Man (from Iron Man Annual 1999 on) and the X-Men (from Uncanny X-Men #416 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 Tan Eng Huat, cover by Mike McKone.

"Dead End," part 5 of 5. It's the Punisher vs. the Hood! The new kingpin of crime has torn Frank's world down around him, now he twists the knife embedded in Frank Castle's chest in an act so cruel, so malicious, it'll go down in the history of villainy. The gloves are off and anything goes in this sadistic face-off as Frank Castle and Parker Robbins attempt to kill each other by tearing each other's souls apart. How much will Frank compromise to punish the guilty? There are worse things you can do to a person than kill him. Much worse.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Frank Tieri, penciled by Paul Azaceta, cover by Tim Bradstreet, variant cover by Dennis Calero.

"Two Down..." The Punisher has cut a bloody swath through the organized crime families of prohibition-era New York City and now they're starting to fight back. Does Frank have what it takes to take down Jigsaw and Barracuda? The real question is, will there be anything left of him, if he does?

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Jonathan Hickman, penciled by Alessandro Vitti, cover by Jim Cheung.

"God of Fear. God of War," part 3 of 4 Nick Fury's secret base is infiltrated by Norman Osborn and H.A.M.M.E.R., and with Marvel's super spy on a top secret mission, the kids have to fend for themselves. It's Ares, Bullseye and Iron Patriot versus the Secret Warriors.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Paul Jenkins, penciled by Andres Guinaldo Isabel, cover by Alex Garner.

War besets the hardened survivors of the destroyed planet Sakaar. Only the gamma-fueled rage and ancient Old Power burning through the veins of their leader, the Son of Hulk, keeps them alive. As he tears through the embattled hordes, his ruthless power grows exponentially - but will his quest for revenge cripple the mighty Galactus or will his terrifying energies consume him from within?

32 pages, $2.99.


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

A big new chapter in the life of Jessica Drew as she heads to Madripoor to do SWORD's dirty work. Based on the ground-breaking motion comic and featuring all new material. And guest starring Spider-Man!

32 pages, $3.99.


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

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 interlocking covers by current Thor artist Olivier Coipel. Collecting the ³Tales of Asgard² backup stories from Thor #137-145.

48 pages, $3.99.


Written by Mike Carey and Alex Ross, penciled by Patrick Berkenkotter, cover by Alex Ross.

The resurrection of the Torch! The Mad Thinker proceeds with his investigation into the Jim Hammond's nature and origin, in order to rebuild him and put him in the service of A.I.M. But the Thinker's true goals go far beyond his brief, and in his hands, all knowledge is power.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Andy Diggle, penciled by Miguel Angel Sepulveda, cover by Francesco Mattina.

This is it, the finale to writer Andy Diggle's run! Who is Scourge? What is Black Widow II's game? Who answers Songbird's cry for help? All the answers are supplied here, in the latest shocking installment of the book that calls ³Bold and awesome...One of the best books Marvel puts out. Period.²

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Gregg Hurwitz, penciled by Jerome Opena, cover by Leinil Francis Yu.

"Shock and Awe," part 2. Moon Knight is back in the Big Apple to pick a fight with the man who chased him out of town in the first place: Norman Osborn. Freed of his demons and armed with an arsenal of incredible new weapons, Moon Knight is throwing down the gauntlet to his old nemesis. Is Osborn ready for Round Two? Yeah. The real question is, is Moon Knight ready for the Sentry?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Greg Pak, penciled by Wellinton Alves, cover by Francesco Mattina.

Marvel's Trial of the Century begins in ³War Crimes² Part 1! After ten issues of taking on madmen and monsters around the globe, War Machine's quest for justice has finally forced the world to take action. But it's not the genocidists of Santo Marco or the murderous leaders of Eaglestar International in chains in the courtroom -- it's War Machine himself! Find out where the biggest heroes in the Marvel Universe stand when the whole planet calls James Rhodes a criminal.

32 pages, $2.99. - More Product. More Exclusives.



Written by Joe Caramagna, penciled by Craig Rousseau, cover by Francis Tsai.

The bombastic saga rolls on! Tony Stark finally has his Iron Man armor back... good thing, too, Œcuz there's about three dozen assassins with orders to take him dead or alive...

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Paul Tobin, penciled by Matteo Lolli, cover by Skottie Young.

Captain George Stacy has discovered Peter Parker's secret, but he's willing to keep it to himself in return for a favor. The mysterious duo known as Cloak & Dagger have come to town, and since they're way beyond the average beat cop's ability to take down, Spider-Man has a choice: simply place himself in mortal danger, fighting two foes with unknown powers, or take off the mask.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Paul Tobin, penciled by Denis Medri, cover by Sean Galloway.

Spider-Woman, Beast and Giant Girl team up to play detective when Hercules is found unconscious after falling all the way from the moon. But what was the son of Zeus doing on the moon, and how did he manage to fall off? And how did Hercules's day full of book-signings, pinball and origami lead him, and our trio of heroic detectives, into an all-out battle against Hydra for possession of the mysterious substance known as ³delirium?²

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Paul Tobin, pencils and cover by Marcelo Dichiara.

Remember when you were a kid? And you could turn different parts of your body into a dinosaur? And you were hanging out with Iron Man and Thor and Hulk? And Captain America kept giving you a hard time about being a better Super Hero? You don't remember that? Huh. Well, you must not be Reptil, the newest member of the Marvel Super Hero Squad.

32 pages, $2.99.




Written by Warren Ellis, pencils by Phil Jimenez, covers by Jimenez and Travis Charest.

"Exogenetic," part 1 of 5. Abigail Brand, director of S.W.O.R.D., has been in some sticky situations, and she isn't the type who asks for help to get out of them. But when you're careening towards Earth in the cockpit of a damaged spaceship after being attacked on an exploding asteroid 7.5 million miles from's time to call the X-Men. They might not have much of a plan, or much of a chance, but that's certainly never stopped them before.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Duane Swierczynski, pencils by Gabriel Guzman, cover by Dave Wilkins.

"Queen Captures Bishop." As it turns out, space isn't the place for Cable and Hope. Against all odds, Bishop has found them again, and taken their spacecraft hostage. All Bishop needs is to see the girl. Once he has visual confirmation, it's simply a matter of triggering the nuclear bomb hidden in his arm, and his lifelong mission to save the X-Men (and Earth) is over. And there are only so many places to hide in a small transport vessel on the far reaches of our solar system. But there is someone else aboard the vessel, and she doesn't care about Cable or Bishop's war. She's been drawn to the life force of one of the vessel's inhabitant, and she and her army will stop at nothing until they have her...Enter: The Brood Queen!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Daniel Way and Marjorie Liu, pencils by Stephen Segovia, covers by Greg Land and Daniel Acuna.

"My Hero," part 2 of 3. The unimaginable has happened -- both Daken and Norman's plans have backfired! Now the victim of his own manipulations -- beat almost to death by a gang of second-rate villains -- Daken is forced to make an almost impossible admission: this "hero" thing is harder than it looks! But will digging himself out of the hole he's put himself in restore his pride -- or ruin him forever?

32 pages, $2.99.


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

"Want You to Want Me," part 2. Deadpool is convinced that, after years of gun-for-hire work, he has found his true calling: He's going to be an X-Man! One problem, though: they don't want him! And can you blame them? Wade's just as likely to fire on his friends as his enemies! But Cyclops is smart enough not to get on Deadpool's bad side. He has a plan to keep Deadpool both close enough to monitor and far enough away so that no one gets hit by the shrapnel. But Deadpool has a plan, too...

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Jason Aaron, Mike Benson, Charlie Huston, Joe Kelly, Duane Swierczynski and Fred Van Lente, penciled by Kyle Baker, Shawn Crystal, Sanford Greene, Rob Liefeld, Chris Staggs and Dalibor Talijic, cover by Dave Johnson.

Special super-sized, action-packed 104-page special to commemorate Deadpool's historic 900th issue! ... Wait, has it really been nine-hundred issues...? Who cares! If this collection of octane-infused stories by some of comics' hottest talent doesn't make you want to genuflect at the Altar of Wade, nothing will. Thrill as the Merc with a Mouth squares off against probe-happy aliens, trigger-happy mimes and one seriously unhappy fanman ­ and that's just half the book! Wince as Wade bares his soul (and lots more) to a shrink who's got major squirrels in his own attic. Thrill as he travels around the globe and then some to settle a childhood bet. And chill as C.S.I. investigators at a blood-splattered crime scene attempt to piece together why this particular ³unsub² needed battery cables, Crisco oil, three stacks of adult magazines and a live chicken to pull off the hit.

104 pages, $4.99.


Written by Victor Gischler, penciled by Bong Dazo, cover by Arthur Suydam.

"Head Trip," part 4 of 6. Things just keep getting more savage in the Savage Land for poor old Wade. Not only does a crack squad of Hydra shock troops want to put the smackdown on our boy Deadpool, but the cavemen want back their god (i.e. the severed-but-still annoying head of the Marvel Zombies Deadpool) and have turned out the troops, spears ready to fly. Even with Ka-Zar's help, it's going to be a close one. To make matters worse, ³Severed Headpool² can't keep his teeth to himself. One hungry bite can bring a world of hurt down on top of Deadpool and the luscious Dr. Betty.

32 pages, $2.99.


By various, cover by Ed McGuinness.

Thirty-six posters featuring the Merc with a Mouth himself!

72 pages, $5.99.


Written by John Rhett Thomas, cover by Pete Woods.

Marvel's most maniacal Merc gets a whole issue of Spotlight in which to mouth off! Flush from his big-screen success with a turn in X-Men Origins: Wolverine, Deadpool is ready to rock, roll and reload on a Marvel Universe that has pushed him around for too long! Catch up with Deadpool creators past and present to find out what makes Wade Wilson tick, tick, tick like a timebomb ­ Deadpool's Daniel Way and Paco Medina, Deadpool: Merc with a Mouth's Victor Gischler, classic comics scribe Joe Kelly and none other than Rob Liefeld!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Zeb Wells, penciled by Zachary Baldus, cover by Adam Kubert.

No story information provided.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Scott Gray, pencils by David Williams, cover by Roger Cruz.

Storm was expecting a wild night on the town with fellow X-Man Jean Grey, plus new friends Misty Knight and Colleen Wing ­ so why is she battling S.H.I.E.L.D. agents, busting into the Helicarrier and becoming Public Enemy Number One? Could the deadly, diabolical Nightshade have something to do with it? For sure, sugar! A funkadelic-kung-fu-femme-fatale-showdown called ³Sisters of the Dragon²!

32 pages, $2.99.


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

No story information provided.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by John Rhett Thomas, cover by Joe Quesada.

Assembling all the variant covers from April's Wolverine Art Appreciation Month, this special collection will take a trip through art history with Logan as your guide! Meet the artists who made this such an innovative and cool event -- such as Ed McGuinness, Paolo Rivera, Russ Heath, Skottie Young, Laura Martin and more -- as they adapt the artistry of Van Gogh, Magritte, Warhol, Dali and other towering titans of the art world, all in celebration of Wolverine's 35th anniversary in comics!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Peter David, art by Dennis Calero, cover by Skottie Young.

In space no one can hear you scream. But can they hear you Snikt? The explosive battle aboard the Skrull battleship between the pesky Super-Skrull and the *ahem* marvelous guest star Captain Marvel is getting a little hairy -- and Wolverine's not even in the thick of it, yet! Tied up with adamatium shackles by his Skrully captors, will he be able to escape in time to get in a few good punches before the whole dust-up goes sour?

32 pages, $2.99.


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

"Seven the Hard Way," part 1 of 5. The events of the previous issues have made it clear‹in excruciatingly painful detail -- to Wolverine that it's time for a change in tactics. Romulus knows Wolverine too well; any plan that Wolverine could come up with, Romulus would anticipate. The solution? Use someone else's plan -- a plan that requires the participation of several different and very unlikely characters plucked from all corners of the Marvel Universe. But some of these characters won't exactly be willing to participate. Take Hulk, for example...

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Jason Aaron, pencils by Yanick Paquette, covers by Adam Kubert and Joe Kubert.

"Insane in the Brain," part 1 of 4. Welcome to Dunwich Sanatorium, where the only people weirder than the patients are the doctors in charge. The newest resident is a man known only as Patient X, a poor confused soul who doesn't remember who he is or how he came to be here. He only has vague memories of living with wolverines and traveling to the moon and killing lots and lots of people. Lucky for him, he came to the right place. The good Dr. Rot knows everything there is to know about the human brain. Including how to remove it... This issue begins an all-new arc unlike any Wolverine story.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Gregg Schigiel, penciled by Jacob Chabot, cover by Skottie Young.

Little X-Men! Big Adventure! Stars Reborn! Things have changed in Mojoworld as Mojo's been ousted by Mr. Veech, who's replaced the The X-Babies - the number one, top-rated stars - with something newer, safer, friendlier, and...more adorable! The X-Babies we know and love aren't going to sit by and let that happen. And how are the characters from Marvel's mid-'80s, kid-centric Star Comics line involved?

32 pages, $3.99.


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

Worlds and times collide in this double-sized conclusion to the year long storyline that has revitalized X-Factor. Will the Summers Rebellion triumph as is supposed to happen...or will it be derailed? Will Madrox make it back to his own time? Will Siryn, Monet and the rest of the team have their final showdown with Cortex? Will we actually learn just how it is that Layla Miller knows stuff? Will someone die? The answer to at least some of these questions is: Yes.

48 pages, $3.99.


Written by Christopher Yost and Craig Kyle, pencils and covers by Mike Choi and Sonia Oback.

No story information released.

32 pages, $2.99.

X-MEN FOREVER #9 & #10

Written by Chris Claremont, penciled by Steve Scott and Paul Smith, covers Tom Grummett.

"The Secret History of The Sentinels." The conclusion to the X-Men's South American adventure!!! The X-Men take on this newest threat while still reeling from the revelations of the last issue -- and the reappearance of the Trask family! Plus! The funeral of Wolverine. The X-Men put to rest their team member and friend.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Mike Carey, art and cover by TBA.

Emplate is back and he's out for blood. More specifically, for mutant bone marrow. And with the X-Men still reeling from Utopia, he may have picked the perfect time to come calling.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Jeff Parker, penciled by Carlo Pagulayan, covers by Ed McGuinness and Gerald Parel.

It's a monster-sized throwdown as the Agents of Atlas go toe-to-toe with the Uncanny X-Men! Venus has been kidnapped and the Agents will scour the Earth to find her! The Uranian needs a bigger boost to enable his mind to scan the globe, and intel suggests the one machine that can help is Cerebra -- which brings the Agents of Atlas head to head with no less than The X-Men!

40 pages, $3.99.

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Written by Gregg Hurwitz, Charlie Huston, Peter Milligan, Thomas Piccirilli and Duane Swierczynski, penciled by Laurence Campell, Tomm Coker, Ken Lashley, Das Pastoras and Goran Parlov, cover by Dave Johnson.

Special double-sized issue! Several years ago, under a cloudless day in New York's Central Park, Frank Castle's family was slaughtered in a mob crossfire. On that day, the man known as Frank Castle died and in his place was born the Punisher, a relentless engine of vengeance. Five stories take an unflinching look at what really happened that day, providing a penetrating look into the mass of hard muscle that once was Frank Castle's heart. Featuring Charlie Huston and Ken Lashley's ³Smallest Bit of This²; Peter Milligan and Tomm Coker's ³Father's Day²; Gregg Hurwitz and Das Pastoras' ³Gateway²; and Thomas Piccirilli and Laurence Campell's ³Dolls². Also featuring an 8-page preview of Jason Aaron and Steve Dillon's upcoming Punisher Max #1, ³The Kingpin.²

48 pages, $4.99.


Written, penciled and cover by Howard Chaykin.

"The 'It Can Happen Here, And Now' Resolution!" part 3. The 1936 Berlin Olympics had its highs and lows‹from Jesse Owens gold medals to Hitler addressing the crowd of faithful followers and skeptical international visitors -- but it's Dominic Fortune's action behind the scenes around town that are the real newsmakers. Between babysitting his out of control trio of Hollywood hotshots, run-ins with the Gestapo, to uncovering the truth about the homegrown roots of an international conspiracy to overthrow the United States government and replace it with a fascist dictatorship, Fortune's got more than he can handle...and the night is young.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written and drawn by Peter Bagge, Max Cannon, Jacob Chabot, Jonathan Hickman, R. Kikuo Johnson, Matt Kindt, Michael Kupperman, Tony Millionaire and Jim Rugg, covers by Bagge.

A three-issue anthology showcasing Marvel's greatest characters re-imagined by thetalents working in independent comics today. Featuring the long-awaited Peter Bagge ³Incorrigible Hulk² serialized over all three issues!

48 pages, $4.99.



Written by Laurell K. Hamilton and Jessica Ruffner, penciled by Ron Lim, cover by Harvey Tolibao.

Current queen of the book charts and soon to be the star of her own television film, best-selling author Laurell K. Hamilton's vampire hunter continues to take comics by storm! As The Laughing Corpse enters its haunting final act, Anita Blake thinks she has the deadly voodoo priestess who's made her life hell dead to rights...but the necromancer is about to find out her nightmare's only just begun! Find out why everyone in America is talking about Anita!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Robin Furth and Peter David, art and cover by Richard Isanove, variant cover by Tom Raney.

It's the end of Gilead's blackest nightmare as Roland and his makeshift army defend the scant remains of the barony from dread Farson's men. But is this dark hour mere prelude to greater bloodshed--and betrayals--yet to come...? The road to Battle of Jericho Hill begins here!

40 pages, $3.99.


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

Dragon Army has been training non-stop for their first battle, and they're about to get it. But what Ender doesn't know is that the deck is stacked against them and everyone is gunning for Ender, from the students to the teachers. Even with Bean's help, can Ender win against unbeatable odds? And Ender's anger at his teachers has consequences... murderous consequences.

32 pages, $3.99.


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

Ender Wiggin's Dragon army goes from strength to strength, sweeping aside all opposition, with Bean as its secret weapon. But will Ender's strategic genius and Bean's special tactics unit be enough when Dragon comes up against Bonzo Madrid's Salamanders - with the deck stacked before the battle even starts?

32 pages, $3.99.


By Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips.

Made men are turning up dead in what appear to be mob-style hits, and since criminals don't go to the cops for justice, Tracy Lawless has been appointed the defacto ³sheriff² of the criminal underworld by his boss, Crimelord Sebastian Hyde. But Tracy is the ultimate outsider, and the cons, murderers, and thieves don't like or trust him any more than the police do.

40 pages, $3.50.


Written by Peter David, pencils and cover by Eric Nguyen.

With an entire Covenant regiment hot on the trail of their comrades, Dutch and Romeo don't have a lot of options...the radios are out, so they can't alert their CO as to what's behind them, and they don't have enough firepower to take the Covenant force out on their own. But... hey, what's this here? A lightly guarded Covenant Drop Ship? But who'd be stupid enough to steal a Drop Ship? Two of the UNSC's finest, perhaps?

32 pages, $3.99.


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

M-O-O-N spells the start of the third volume of Marvel's adaptation of Stephen King's horror epic. Nick Andros has hit the road and teamed up with the child-like Tom Cullen. After the horrors of Captain Trips, a bike trip through Oklahoma and Nebraska sounds like fun, right? Except it's tornado season, True Believers, and not everyone Nick and Tom meet is on the side of the angels. Hell hath no fury like Julie Lawry, another survivor of the plague.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Raymond E. Feist, adaptation by Bryan J. Glass, art by Ryan Stegman, cover by Jason Chan.

Every last resource in the Castle Crydee is stretched to the point of breaking as the Midkemians continue to fend off the onslaught of the Tsurani forces. But a mystery is brewing in Crydee -- an insidious plot to infiltrate the castle's defenses. And the only thing standing between Crydee and utter defeat? Princess Carline! The conclusion to Raymond E. Feist's epic story!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Jean-Luc Sala, pencils and cover by Pierre-Mony Chan.

The Inquistion, one of the most unfathomable machinations of oppression in history, is back in this explosive thriller that cleverly combines action and religion. The missions for the agents of the Black Office, a secret offshoot of the Vatican led by Cardinal Marchesi, are getting more and more dangerous. To ensure the protection of the investigator Sofia d'Agostino there is only one solution: find her a guardian angel. Mafia young gun Angelo Costanza gets the unenviable assignment. Cardinal Marchesi's cell is about to obtain a heretical document that could shake the foundations of the Catholic Church, but the mission turns into carnage. Sofia and Angelo find themselves face to face with a commando tied to an occult branch of the Vatican and the intrepid Sofia, Sister Anna and the bombastic Gina must start chasing the Parsifal relic. The angels must defuse the theological bomb before the Church's secrets explode into view.

48 pages, $5.99.


Written by Daniel Way, pencils and cover by Richard Corben.

Starr the Slayer wasn't the only fictional character that writer Len Carson created back in the day -- he also created Starr's opposite number, the deceptive and demonic sorcerer Trull. Using his black magic, Trull has summoned Carson to the Realm of Zardath and bound him to a human host, making him his slave. His task? Destroy Starr the Slayer! But even with Starr's creator in his back pocket, Trull has his work cut out for him as Starr grows stronger by the day, hardening both his body and his mind in the fierce and bloody Zardathian gladiatorial arena!

32 pages, $3.99.

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