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Written by Doug Moench and Scott Edelman, penciled by George Perez, Gil Kane, Keith Pollard and Al Milgrom, cover by Gil Kane.

Because one trip to Attilan and the world of the uncanny Inhumans just wasn't enough, the Marvel Masterworks present the amazing Lee/Kirby creations in their very first self-titled series! Come along and join Black Bolt, Medusa, Triton, Gorgon, Karnak and loveable Lockjaw, as they struggle in battle against both Kree and Skrull in The War of the Three Galaxies! It all begins when Blastaar bursts into the Inhumans' Himalayan refuge to activate an ancient menace designed to devour the entire Inhuman race. That Kree monster is just the first salvo in a war that will lead the Royal Family to the stars and into battle side by side with Captain Marvel. And if cosmos-spanning war isn't enough to keep Black Bolt and company busy, the insane Maximus can always be relied upon to wreak havoc ­ and then only to whet the appetite for the coming of the Incredible Hulk! Illustrated by the king of detail-packed penciling George Perez, master of amazing anatomy Gil Kane, and 1970s up-and-comer Keith Pollard, with scripts by the fan-favorite writer that crafted many of the era's greatest epics, Doug Moench, it's a singular saga that's collected here for the very first time! Collecting The Inhumans #1-12, Captain Marvel #52-53 and the rare Inhumans tales from What If...? #29-30 and Thor Annual #12.

272 pages, $54.99.


Written by Stan Lee, penciled by Jack Kirby, covers by Kirby and Dean White.

Prepare yourself for another dose of the World's Greatest Comic Magazine, courtesy of the world's greatest comic collaborative team! Lee and Kirby set the standard for out-of-this-world imaginative adventure and launched the Marvel Universe with the Fantastic Four. Now, with all the Marvel U.'s super hero players in place, it's time for the FF to run the gauntlet. The Thing throws down with the Hulk in a battle so huge it takes the combined might of the FF and the Avengers to stop it; the Sub-Mariner makes a play for Sue Storm; the FF tangle with the X-Men; Nick Fury drops by in the story that set the table for ³Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.²; and even Dr. Strange makes an ever so astral appearance! Oh, and there's villains, too! The Mole Man makes his first return since FF #1; Dr. Doom threatens the FF once more, and if he's not evil enough for you, just wait 'til you see the surprise identity of the Hate-Monger! Just for fun, you'll also get the Mad Thinker and his Awesome Android, the Puppet Master, the Red Ghost, the outer space Infant Terrible, and the villain fans love to hate -- Diablo! Collecting The Fantastic Four #21-30.

248 pages, $24.99.


Written by Stan Lee and Archie Goodwin, penciled by Gene Colan, George Tuska and Johnny Craig, covers by Salvador Larroca and Colan.

To the world, Tony Stark is a playboy scientist leading the jet set life ­ the envy of every man and the object of every woman's desire. But what they don't know is this debonair arms developer is secretly the Armored Avenger, Iron Man! That secret may not last for long when the U.S. Senate forces Stark to divulge the secrets of Stark Enterprises. It's not just political intrigue, though. There's a host of villains and action galore including classic battles with the Mandarin, the Incredible Hulk, the Crimson Dynamo, the Titanium Man and A.I.M. -- not to mention the first appearance of the sultry Madame Masque and, soon-to-be star of Iron Man 2, the villainous Whiplash! Written by Stan Lee and Iron Man heir apparent Archie Goodwin, with art by the master of the pencil, Gene Colan; the iron man of Iron Man artists, George Tuska; and E.C. Comics great Johnny Craig, these tales are the crème de la crème of Iron Man adventures. Collected in the oversize Omnibus format ­ including every story, every letters page and a host of extras! Collecting Tales of Suspense #84-99, Iron Man & Sub-Mariner #1 and Iron Man #1-25.

840 pages, $99.99.


Written by Brian Michael Bendis and Brian Reed, penciled by Leinil Yu, Carlo Pagulayan and Jim Cheung, cover by Cheung.

In the wake of the superhero Civil War, outlaw Avengers Luke Cage, Spider-Man, Wolverine, Spider-Woman, Dr. Strange and Iron Fist are still fighting the good fight, joined by two new recruits: mistress of mimicry Echo and long-lost Avengers mainstay Hawkeye, now Ronin. But when the heroes uncover evidence of a secret invasion by shape-shifting Skrulls, paranoia starts to tear the team apart. Who can they trust when any one of them might be an alien monster in disguise? Which Avenger betrays the group? And can the embattled rebel Avengers survive when new supernatural crime boss the Hood targets them with an army of super villains? And, join Iron Man, Professor X, Black Bolt, the Sub-Mariner and Mister Fantastic as they take on the threats no one else can handle ­ and learn of secrets that will forever alter the way they (and you) look at the Marvel Universe! After years spent protecting Earth from harm, it is now when the planet is perhaps at its most endangered ­ as the Illuminati find themselves at the head of the spear of a Skrull invasion. But can the Illuminati keep themselves from fracturing in the waking moments of this worldwide threat? Collecting New Avengers #32-37, New Avengers Annual #2 and Illuminati #1-5.

320 pages, $34.99.


Written by Greg Pak, Peter David, Fabian Nicieza, Daniel Way, Reginald Hudlin, Brian Michael Bendis and Ed Brubaker, penciled by Pat Lee, Jorge Lucas, Patrick Zircher, Javier Saltares, Mark Texeira, Trevor Hairsine, Michael Lark and Lee Weeks, cover by Greg Land, Joe Quesada, Pat Lee and Andy Brase.

Explore the people and places of House of M! Wolverine carries burdens too great for even the most powerful mutants to bear. Has it caused him to finally snap? All the details you need to know about Wolverine's mysterious past and his place in House of M are revealed. Then, see Steve Rogers move from the '40s to the present day ‹ bearing witness to a changing landscape, and watching as man becomes the minority and mutant the ruler. And in Iron Man, Tony Stark is the smartest, most successful sapien on the planet -- the best and brightest of a dying species. Does it bother him that the House of M uses the technology produced by Tony's multi-billion-dollar company to keep Sapiens down? Plus, Bruce Banner travels to the Australian outback where he's forced to save a tribe of Aborigines from a dangerous conflict between a sect of A.I.M. and the ruling mutant government. All this plus Deadpool is reunited with the real but very, very different Cable! Collecting Wolverine #33-35, Iron Man: House of M #1-3, Incredible Hulk #83-87, Captain America #10, Pulse #10, Cable & Deadpool #17, and material from Hulk: Broken Worlds #1.

352 pages, $39.99.


Written by Paul Jenkins, penciled by Dan Panosian and Andres Guinaldo Isabel, cover by David Palumbo.

After recent cataclysmic events, the Son of Hulk is abandoned, wandering aimless and alone. Can he find his way in the savage, hopeless universe that promises only his destruction? And have any of his allies survived to stand by his side. Join us as Paul Jenkins ( takes the reigns for this surprising new story! Collecting Skaar: Son of Hulk #13-17.

120 pages, $19.99.


Written by Brian Michael Bendis, Matt Fraction, Andy Diggle, Jonathan Hickman, Rick Remender, Greg Pak, Jason Aaron and Dan Slott, penciled by Marko Djurdjevic, Alan Davis, Billy Tan, Ed McGuinness, John Romita Jr., Ben Oliver, Esad Ribic and Frank Cho, cover by Brandon Peterson.

Norman Osborn plans on making a list, checking it twice and delivering an unhealthy amount of Dark Reign madness directly into the lives of super heroes both naughty and nice in Dark Reign; The List, a series of eight interconnected stories heralding the next major chapter in the Marvel Universe's current saga. Collecting Dark Reign: The List ­ Daredevil, Avengers, X-Men, Hulk, Secret Warriors, Wolverine, Punisher and Amazing Spider-Man.

200 pages, $29.99.


Written by Robin Furth and Peter David, penciled and cover by Richard 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. It's the most incredible storyline yet. Plus: In Sorcerer, learn Marten Broadcloak's deadly secret agenda and true goal is not to serve the Crimson King, but to climb to the top of the Dark Tower itself and become the overlord of all existence! Collecting Dark Tower: The Fall of Gilead #1-6 and Dark Tower: Sorcerer.

176 pages, $24.99.


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

Has Thor turned his back on Asgard? Has Asgard turned its back on Thor?! After a series of monumental and cataclysmic events, the God of Thunder's life has changed completely! 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? Then, in Thor: Giant Size Finale, all bets are off as the curtain falls -- will friendly faces and a new, long-lost ally make all the difference for Thor? What are Loki's treacherous plans for the Asgardians in their new home of LatveriaŠand does the scheming Dr. Doom have an agenda of Doom's own? Collecting Thor #601-603 and Thor: Giant Size Finale.

112 pages, $19.99.


Written by Daniel Way, penciled by Shawn Crystale, cover by Jason Pearson.

Deadpool's starting to seriously question this whole "mercenary" thing. Maybe there's something else he could do with his life. He doesn't know what that could be, but then he turns on the television, and he knows exactly where he needs to be, and who needs him most. Hello, San Francisco! Collecting Deadpool #13-18.

144 pages, $19.99.


Written by Joe Kelly and Marc Guggenheim, penciled by Mike McKone, Marco Chechetto and Luke Ross, cover by J. Scott Campbell.

Look out, Spidey! Hot on the heels of his old girlfriend's trip home, the Black Cat's back, sexier and more dangerous than ever! The deck is stacked as the one woman that loves Spider-Man more than Peter Parker is up to some devilish shenanigans...and nothing bugs Spidey more than shenanigans! Then, 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! Collecting Amazing Spider-Man #606-611 and material from Web of Spider-Man #1.

168 pages, $24.99.


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

Baron Strucker and Norman Osborn team up to drive out the Marvel Universe's ultimate covert superteam. It's wall-to-wall insanity as the Dark Avengers and the Thunderbolts go after the Secret Warriors. It's time for Ares to get his son back! And in The List, 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. Collecting Secret Warriors #7-10 and Dark Reign: The List - Secret Warriors.

128 pages, $19.99.


Written by Jeff Parker, penciled by Gabriel Hardman, Carlo Pagulayan, Dan Panosian and Paul Rivoche, cover by Leinil Francis Yu.

Disturbing visions plucked from the malignant mind of Norman Osborn lead the intrepid Agents to the darkest depths of the Atlantic Ocean, where Namora must have words with her infamous cousin ‹ the Sub-Mariner! Then, The Agents of Atlas find themselves racing around the world to rescue their leader! Jimmy Woo and M-11 find themselves under the talons of the most terrible power in China...the deadly -- and beautiful -- Jade Claw! Plus: the Atomic Age heroes meet the original gamma ray giant and learn the meaning of Hulk Smash! Collecting Agents of Atlas #6-11.

144 pages, $19.99.


Written by Duane Swierczynski, penciled by Paul Gulacy and Gabriel Guzman, cover by Dave Wilkins.

We open literally one second after the shattering conclusion of "Messiah War," and Cable's mission to save mutantkind has never looked bleaker. In fact, you can't even call it a mission anymore... After all he's been through, after all he's all Cable can do now is pray‹pray the heavily armed killers roaming the deep future can't match his survival skills. Then, with the Earth destroyed, Cable and Hope must venture into space. If Hope is going to make it into adulthood, she's going to have to do it in the cold, lonely vacuum of space, alone except for dark forces that know she's coming. Collecting Cable #16-20.

120 pages, $19.99.


Written by Jeff Christiansen, Stuart Vandal, Sean Mcquaid, Ronald Byrd, Michael Hoskin, Mike O'Sullivan, Mike Fichera, Madison Carter, Eric J. Moreels, Rob London, Gabe Shechter, Markus Raymond, David Wiltfong, Rich Green, Jeph York, Chris Biggs, Jacob Rougemont, Mark O'English and David Sexton, penciled by various, cover by Tom Grummett.

Who watches the Watcher? The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe does! This latest volume of the handbook series features more up-to-date and expanded biographies of the Marvel characters you love! Thor proclaims this tome "good as Asgardian gold" because it includes the Thing, 3-D Man, Thunderbird, Thundra, Tigra, Toro, the Two-Gun Kid, Ultragirl, Union Jack, the USAgent, Valkyrie and Vindicator! Thanos declares this book "cold as Death's kiss" because of the Titanium Man, Toad, Tyrannus, the U-Foes, Ultron, Umar and Venom! Also: Thunderbolts! Vampires! Flash Thompson! Ben Urich! Thunderstrike! and much, much more!

240 pages, $24.99.


Written by Brian K. Vaughan, penciled by Adrian Alphona and Takeshi Miyazawa, cover by Miyazawa.

The team's lineup changes forever in the perfect jumping-on point for the series. When a dangerous alien invades Los Angeles, the Runaways' own Karolina Dean may be the only hero in the Marvel Universe who can stop him... but at what cost? Plus: The Runaways embark on a coast-to-coast adventure, guest-starring Cloak and Dagger AND the New Avengers! When Cloak is accused of a crime he didn't commit by the heroes of New York City, the vigilante is forced to turn to the teenage Runaways for help. This story will take our teens to a place they've never been: NYC! Collecting Runaways (2005) #7-12.

144 pages, $19.99.


Written by Geoff Johns, penciled by Keiron Dwyer, Rick Remender and Gary Frank, cover by Frank.

Together, they can defeat even the most powerful super villain -- but can the Avengers govern the world? They are Earth's Mightiest Heroes, united in their vow to protect the planet from those enemies against whom no single super hero can stand alone...and this may be their greatest challenge. The capital cities of every country on Earth have mysteriously vanished, throwing the globe into anarchy. In this time of extraordinary crisis, the nations of the world turn to the only organization capable of leading them through the ensuing strife and restoring political, economic and social order: the Avengers. Collecting Avengers (1998) #57-61.

128 pages, $24.99.


Written by Kurt Busiek and Richard Howell, art by Sean Chen and Patrick Zircher, covers by Chen.

Back from the dead (again), Tony Stark's rebuilding his corporation from the ground up -- but enemies old and new remind him his work is never done! With romance, rivalry and robots to keep him busy, can Iron Man still help Avengers teammate Warbird in her match against Stark's own worst enemy...the one in a bottle? Guest-starring the Black Widow and James Rhodes, a.k.a. War Machine! Collecting IRON MAN (1998) #1-7.

192 pages, $24.99.


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

Cash, cars, boats, houses...Tony Stark has got it all. The only thing that could ruin his day? If every single one of his Iron Man armors were stolen, and then turned against him. Join us for a nail-biting, strapped-to-your-seat adventure as Tony battles his greatest creations, and tries to discover who could (gasp) outsmart him!? Collecting Iron Man & The Armor Wars #1-4. Plus: a reprinting of Iron Man #225 from the original Armor Wars.

144 pages, $14.99.


Written by Paul Tobin, penciled by Marcelo Dichiara, David Baldeon, Amilcar Pinna and Denis Medri, cover by Patrick Scherberger.

All-ages action featuring your favorite Marvel super heroes! Bulldogs are about the best dogs in the world. Everyone knows that. But when the Leader decides to use a robotic bulldog to steal all of S.H.I.E.L.D.'s private files, it's up to She-Hulk, Spider-Man and Tigra to clean up after the dog! Then, all Hawkeye wanted was to show the Blonde Phantom a new exhibit at the art gallery, but the art gallery is in a bank lobby, and on this day the bank lobby is featuring more than art; it has a gang of bank robbers! And when the Hulk and Tigra show up on the red carpet for Hollywood's biggest awards night, it looks like it's going to be a truly magical night...that is until the super villain known as Mysterio shows up! Plus: Spider-Woman, Beast and Giant-Girl team up to play detective when Hercules is found unconscious! Collecting Marvel Adventures Super Heroes #13-16.

96 pages, $9.99.


Written by C.B. Cebulski and David Sexton, penciled by Kyel Baker, Joao Lemos, Nuno Plati, Takeshi Miyazawa and Ricardo Tercio, cover by Warren Kremer.

Re-imagining the greatest Marvel stories through folktales, myths and fables from across the globe! In Avengers, see Captain America, Iron Man, Thor and the rest of the Avengers as you've never seen them before with all-new interpretations of Peter Pan, Pinocchio, Alice in Wonderland and the Wizard of Oz. In SPIDER-MAN, Mary Jane fills the shoes of another famous red-head in this retelling of Little Red Riding Hood with super hero sensibilities! Will Spider-Man be able to save her on her way to Aunt May's house? And in X-MEN, it's a re-imagining of the tragic origin of Professor Xavier and Magneto! In the ancient African tale, "The Friendship of the Tortoise and the Eagle," dangerous circumstances cause two pals to take violently different life paths... Collecting Avengers Fairy Tales #1-4, Spider-Man Fairy Tales #1 and X-Men Fairy Tales #2.

144 pages, $14.99.


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

Odysseus...son of Laertes, husband of Penelope, father of Telemachus, warrior-king of Ithaca. For ten years he struggled against men, monsters, and gods ‹ kept alive only by his sacred desire that one day he might see again the homefires of his island kingdom. The terrors he faced were the stuff of legend. The towering, man-eating Cyclops...the languid Lotus Eaters and their taste that brought oblivion...Scylla and Charybdis, the twin terrors between whom no seaman could safely pass...Circe, the witch-goddess who turned men into mindless swine...the living-dead souls of Hades, shambling forth from the underworld in search of blood to drink...and Odysseus himself? He, too, was a myth...but he was also a man. And the hero of one of the great epic poems of Western civilization, whose story has remained exciting and modern for nearly three thousand years. Collecting The Odyssey #1-8.

192 pages, $19.99.


Written by Bob Bolling, Ben Brown, Angelo Decesare, Lennie Herman, Stan Kay and Dave Manak, penciled by Bolling, Ben Brown and Warren Kremer.

Planet Terry, Wally the Wizard, Top Dog and Royal Roy return in this second selection of Star-studded sagas! Learn the Secret of the Space Warp! The fate of the Folkquest! The history of the world's greatest dog-spy and the lore of Cashalot! See Mister Invisible, Moorloks and more! Collecting Planet Terry #3-4, Top Dog #4-6, Wally the Wizard #3-4 and Royal Roy #3-4.

216 pages, $19.99.


Written by Jeph Loeb, Greg Pak, Jeff Parker and Fred Van Lente, penciled by Ed McGuinness, Ron Garney, Mitch Breitweiser, Dan Panosian, Michael Ryan and Peter Vale, cover by McGuinness.

Get caught up on the latest happenings in the Hulk family before it all comes together in Fall of the Hulks! See Red Hulk do battle with Iron Man. Revisit the violent origin of Skaar, the savage Son of Hulk, and watch what happens when he finally visits Earth. And learn all about the All-New Savage She-Hulk and the role she may or may not play in the upcoming apocalypse. Plus, Thundra versus Hulk! The countdown to the biggest Hulk event ever begins here! Collecting Hulk #2, Skaar: Son Of Hulk #1, Hulk: Raging Thunder, Planet Skaar Prologue, All-New Savage She-Hulk #4 and Hulk #16. Also includes material from Amazing Fantasy (2004) #15, Hulk #9 and Incredible Hulk #600-601.

232 pages, $24.99.


Written by Brian Michael Bendis, J. Michael Straczynski, Len Wein, Jonathan Hickman, Matt Fraction, Karl Kesel, Peter Milligan, Kieron Gillen and Rick Remender, penciled by Mike Deodato, Olivier Coipel, Marko Djurdjevic, Mike Mayhew, Joe Sinnott, Adi Granov, Tonci Zonjic, Carmine Di Giandomenico, Max Fiumara and Daniel Acuna, cover by Djurdjevic.

One collection packed with stories leading into Marvel's major event of 2010! Remember when you were first introduced to the Cabal, the gathering of the most sinister members of the Marvel Universe, and you said to yourself: Well, that's going to blow up in everyone's face! Well, you were right!! Norman Osborn faces off with Doctor Doom and his mysterious threat to Doom is revealed. Collecting Dark Avengers #1, Dark Reign: The Cabal, Thor #600, Dark Reign: The List - Avengers, New Avengers Annual #3, Dark Reign: The Goblin Legacy And Marvel Spotlight (1971) #30.

264 pages, $24.99.


Written by Ed Brubaker, Roger Stern, Mark Waid, Paul Dini and Fred Hembeck, penciled by Marcos Martin, Luke Ross, Butch Guice, Howard Chaykin, Rafael Albuquerque, David Aja, Mitch Breitweiser, Kalman Andrasofszky, Dale Eaglesham, Gene Colan and Alex Ross, cover by Ross.

It's one year since the death of Captain America. And for the many friends and foes of Steve Rogers, this is the last stop on the road to Reborn. For Sharon Carter, it is a journey for redemption. For Bucky Barnes, it is a journey of reflection. For his friends in the Avengers, it is a journey of reconnection. And for Norman Osborn, the Red Skull and others for whom the Dream is counter to their own selfish desires, it is a journey of recrimination. And what happens next will make or break the Dream forever! Collecting Captain Amercia #49-50 and #600-601.

176 pages, $19.99.


Written by Brian Michael Bendis, penciled by David LaFuente and Stuart Immonen, cover by Immonen.

Ultimate Spider-Man meets the Ultimate End. It begins with a blessedly normal day for Peter Parker. It ends with a final moment that will leave you without words. Magneto has issued his Ultimatum to the world -- and unleashed a tidal wave upon Manhattan that triggers a new epoch in the history of civilization. In the center of the maelstrom are New York City's most gallant defender and the family and friends that live -- and die -- beside him. This is the story of Aunt May, Mary Jane, Kitty Pryde, J. Jonah Jameson and the hero that looms over all their lives as they bear witness to the end times of the Ultimate Universe. Featuring the Hulk, Spider-Woman, Doctor Strange and more, this volume recounts the final days of the series that rewrote the rulebook on comic-book action, adventure and humanity. Collecting Ultimate Spider-Man #129-133 and Ultimate Spider-Man Annual #3.

160 pages, $19.99.


Written by Brian Michael Bendis, Joe Pokaski and Aron E. Coleite, penciled by Mark Bagley, Stuart Immonen, Robert Atkins and Ben Oliver, cover by Stuart Immonen, Pasqual Ferry and Mark Brooks.

The Ultimatum Wave has come. What is left? A torn mask. The last vestige of Peter Parker. A fractured family. Ripped apart by the forces of nature. A team cast to the wind. Annihilated by Magneto's Ultimatum. For the heroes, it was a time of sacrifice. For the witnesses, it was a time for inspiration. For the survivors, it is a time for requiem. After which the Ultimate Universe of heroes will truly never be the same. Collecting Ultimatum: Spider-Man Requiem #1-2, Fantastic Four Requiem and X-Men Requiem.

144 pages, $15.99.


Written by Jeph Loeb, penciled and cover by David Finch.

For what they've done, they must pay the ultimate price! Eastern Europe is frozen over in a new Ice Age. The Amazon is on fire with volcanic eruptions. A massive tidal wave drowns Manhattan. Heroes will rise. Heroes will fall. All will face the Ultimatum. Collecting Ultimatum #1-5.

144 pages, $19.99.


Written by Marc Guggenheim, Zeb Wells and Matt Fraction, penciled By John Romita Jr., Barry Kitson, Fabrizio Fiorentino, Patrick Olliffe, Marcos Martin, Todd Nauck and Andy Macdonald, cover by Phil Jimenez.

It's Election Day in New York City, where the job of mayor is up for grabs! Menace is on the hunt, trashing campaign rallies for candidate Bill Hollister every chance he gets. Spider-Man is on the scene to stop him ‹ if the police would just quit trying to take him into custody! And the search for the Spider-Tracer Killer has reached a crescendo, with a new victim leading police right to Spidey's door! Plus: The Chameleon is one of the worst bad guys in Spider-Man's rogues' gallery. So when he shows up to spoil Inauguration Day by taking the form of newly elected President Barack Obama, Spidey's got his work cut out for him!

Collecting Amazing Spider-Man #583-588; material fromAmazing Spider-Man: Extra #2-3; and "Gettysburg Distress," a Captain America/Spider-Man/Abraham Lincoln team-up previously available only online!

184 pages, $24.99.


Written by Peter David, penciled by Ronan Cliquet, Francis Portela, Dennis Calero and Scott Koblish, cover by Skottie Young.

Return with us again to the early days of the all-new, all-different X-Men for all-new solo adventures of Wolverine and Kitty Pryde! Logan goes undercover as the mysterious "Patch" to visit an old enemy posing as a good guy...but the eye sees all! Then, when one of Madrox's duplicates goes on the run, Kitty decides to help him escape from his creator. Logan sides with the original Madrox...but if he thinks he can stop Kitty from speaking her mind, he doesn't know teen girls very well! Next, see what happens when those dastardly Skrulls invade the pages of Wolverine First Class in a story featuring Captain Marvel. Plus: Kitty squares off against Wolverine in her toughest test yet! Collecting Wolverine: First Class #17-21.

120 pages, $14.99.


Written by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, penciled by Tonci Zonjic, cover by J. Scott Campbell.

What happens when you take four of the Marvel Universe's most fabulous single girls and throw them together, adding liberal amounts of suds and drama? You get the sassiest, sexiest, soapiest series to come out of the House of Ideas since Millie the Model! Romance, action, ex-boyfriends, and a revelation that changes everything! Let your inner divas out with this one, you won't regret it! Collecting Marvel Divas #1-4.

96 pages, $14.99.


Written by Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray, penciled and cover by Joseph Michael Linsner.

Survival of the fittest! Shanghaied and transported to a remote desert island, Wolverine and the Black Cat find themselves at the center of a deadly game. A team of filthy-rich hunters have slapped down some serious cash for the opportunity to hunt the most dangerous prey on the planet, and they've got the high-tech weapons to do just that. Like it or not, the key to Logan and Felicia's survival just might be their ability to cooperate long enough to evade their hunters and uncover the identity of the deadly ringmaster. Collecting Claws #1-3.

104 pages, $12.99.


Written by Frank Miller, penciled and cover by David Mazzucchelli.

"And I ‹ I have shown him ... that a man without hope is a man without fear." The definitive Daredevil tale, by industry legends Frank Miller and David Mazzucchelli! Karen Page, Matt Murdock's former lover, has traded away the Man Without Fear's secret identity for a drug fix. Now, Daredevil must find strength as the Kingpin of Crime wastes no time taking him down as low as a human can get. Collecting Daredevil #226-233.

248 pages, $19.99.


Written by Brian Michael Bendis, penciled by Michael Gaydos, cover by David Mack.

As a costumed adventurer, Jessica Jones was plagued by a lack of self-esteem and an inability to master her superhuman powers. She hung up her cape and tights when she realized she would forever be considered a second-rate super hero. Now a tough-as-nails private investigator, Jessica returns home to find a mysterious girl in a costume hiding in her apartment, but she flies away before Jessica can find out who she is. Through sources, Jessica discovers that her intruder is Mattie Franklin, a.k.a. Spider-Woman, a teenage super hero with a connection to Daily Bugle publisher J. Jonah Jameson. With Mattie in danger, Jessica Jones must seek help from an unlikely source -- Jessica Drew, the original Spider-Woman -- to bring her home alive. Then, for the first time, learn all of Jessica's hidden secrets -- how she got her powers and joined the Avengers, and the dark, unspoken chapter in Marvel Universe history that changed her life forever. Guest-starring Peter Parker, Jean Grey and the Avengers! Collecting Alias #16-28.

312 pages, $34.99.


Written by Alan Davis and Scott Lobdell, penciled by Alan Davis, Dougie Braithwaite, Will Simpson, James Fry, Joe Madureira, Sam Kieth, Steve Lightle, Ron Lim, Brian Stelfreeze, Dwayne Turner, Jae Lee, Malcolm Jones and Rick Leonardi, cover by Alan Davis.

Secrets of the Phoenix Force! Dinosaur subplots resolved! Captain Britain and Spider-Man vs. a pack of human dogs! These and other astonishments await as co-creator Alan Davis takes Excalibur into space and down the rabbit hole! Plus: a battle with the X-Men across time and a team-up with the X-Men against Trolls! Collecting Excalibur (1988) #51-58 and Excalibur: XX Crossing One-Shot.

240 pages, $24.99.


Written by Peter David and Tom Field, penciled by Dale Keown, Gary Barker, John Romita Sr. and Ron Wagner, cover by Keown.

The Hulk continues his pulsating partnership with the Pantheon, and he'll need all the supporting characters he can get when half the universe disappears! Thanos has taken up the Infinity Gauntlet, but the Hulk instead suspects his endurable adversary Abomination -- and it should be easy to investigate from the ground up...when he's shrunken to six inches tall! Plus: hard choices, harder punches and the death of a longtime Hulk ally. Guest-starring Doctor Strange, the Man-Thing and Sabra the Super-Agent! Collecting Incredible Hulk (1968) #383-389 and Hulk Annual #17.

208 pages, $29.99.


Written by Steve Englehart, Tony Isabella, Scott Edelman, Gerry Conway, Jim Shooter, Bill Mantlo and Stan Lee, penciled by George Perez, Don Heck, Keith Pollard, Joe Sinnott, John Buscema, Sal Buscema, Pablo Marcos, George Tuska, Sal Trapani and Jack Kirby, cover by Kane.

What do a Golden Age hero, a Western hero and a romance heroine have in common? They all join the Avengers during one of the team's busier eras, presented here! Worlds, centuries and genres clash as the Avengers battle Kang in the past and the Serpent Crown on the Earth next door! Then, when civil war grips both Atlantis and Latveria, which side must the Avengers take? If it's up to Doctor Doom, it'll be the evil they know, not the evil they don't! Plus: Graviton, the Grim Reaper, voodoo, mad science and more! Featuring the Champions, the Squadron Supreme and the Circus of Crime! Collecting Avengers (1963) #141-163, Annual #6 and Super-Villain Team-Up #9.

480 pages, $19.99.

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