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Written by Zeb Wells, art by Clayton Crain, covers by Crain and Arthur Adams.

The deadliest foe of Spider-Man is back! Web-Head teams up with Iron Man against a bloodthirsty force of evil and an army of super-powered menaces! The alien symbiote so twisted and murderous that it made Venom look like a choir boy has been brought back from space...but how? And without the without the psychopathic serial killer Cletus Kasady as its host, will Carnage be less dangerous...or more unhinged?! Don't miss the villainous threat that will test these two Avengers teammates to the limit of their strength -- if it doesn't kill them!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Dame Darcy, Mary HK Choi, Jim McCann and Audrey Loeb, penciled by Robin Ha, Nuno Alves, Mike Ryan and Emily Warren, cover by Greg Land.

Jungle queens, invisible princesses and beautiful banshees, oh my! Marvel's magnificent Amazons take it up a notch in this smoldering selection of shorts by talent to watch out for! Shanna the She-Devil battles pilgrims and pterodactyls, Sue Storm forges a fairy tale ending for the Invisible Woman, and Songbird faces the music of her past when she meets...Screaming Mimi?! And little Lyra needs a prom dress...which brings the smallest She-Hulk against an all new foe: The Mall!

40 pages, $3.99.


Written by Brian Reed, pencils and cover by Felix Ruiz.

As the Spartans' Training is put to the ultimate test, John must overcome his greatest challenge yet to neutralize the threat of the insurrectionists to the UNSC. But even if they can survive this current onslaught, a greater, fiercer and deadlier foe is lurking... one which will redefine John's entire universe!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Peter David and Robin Furth, pencils and cover by Luke Ross.

Near death from an attack by Slow Mutants, Roland Deschain is taken in by a group of Sisters who specialize in anything but the healing arts. These hideous, corpse-like creatures known as the Little Sisters of Eluria have murder on their twisted minds. And in his current, wounded condition, there's almost nothing the last gunslinger can do to prevent their tender mercies from taking hold. It's the beginning of a new Dark Tower story arc featuring the fine pencils of Luke Ross, whose work on this story will astound you!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written and penciled by Mick Anglo and various, cover by Mike Perkins, variant cover by Ben Oliver.

With one word -- KIMOTA! -- newspaper copy boy Micky Moran becomes the invincible, indestructible Marvelman! In 1954, Marvelman #25 began the saga of one of the most storied characters ever to emerge from the British comics market. Now, thrill to the adventures of Marvelman, Young Marvelman and Kid Marvelman as they take on enemy agents, mad scientists and more in this "best of" series!

40 pages, $3.99.


Written by Daniel Way, penciled by Bong Dazo, cover by Dave Johnson.

"I Rule, You Suck," Part 1 of 2. Deadpool blowing away vampires -- how @#$%ing cool is that?! Wait...he's not blowing away vampires? He's protecting vampires? That doesn't sound cool at all.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Victor Gischler, pencils and cover by Rob Liefeld.

"You Say You Want A Revolution," part three. Swanky new Corporate Deadpool continues his makeover of the Krook Home World, turning it into a modern resort planet. Unfortunately, the Omega Confederation hired The Deadpool Corps to put down the rebels, not diversify them, so they cook up a little surprise for the rogue merc. Meanwhile, not all of the Krook are happy with Deadpool's changes, and the Krook King starts a guerrilla war of his own, leading to a split within the Deadpool Corps itself. The key question burning in everyone's mind ... which side will Dogpool be on?

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Shane McCarthy, penciled by Nick Dragotta, cover by Humberto Ramos.

If it's crazy Kung Fu action you love then you've hit the jackpot!  Deadpool and the Immortal Iron Fist grudgingly team up to put a stop to an ancient and villainous warlord. Iron Fist wants him captured, Deadpool wants him dead. Can the two work it out in time or will Deadpool have to take down Iron Fist as well just to secure his payday? Villainous villains, crazy Kung Fu and more yellow slippers than you can shake a stick at. This one's got it all!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Mike Benson and Adam Glass, penciled by Laurence Campbell, cover by Jae Lee.

Deadpool went to Cuba looking for answers, and he found them. Just not the ones he was looking for. Now he's trapped and powerless to stop World War Three. That is unless he can turn his greatest weakness to his advantage. Is Wade Wilson sane enough to turn the tables on the traitorous General Stryfe? Can he save his lover, the rogue agent Outlaw from herself? And is this the end for Deadpool? Find out in the thrilling conclusion to Deadpool: Pulp!

32 pages, $3.99.


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

Introducing Tik-tok, the amazing clockwork man constructed completely of copper. He can walk, talk, think, and do everything but actually live. Dorothy frees Tik-tok from his stone prison. In return, Tik-tok battles the menacing Wheelers to save Dorothy and her talking chicken Billina. And who is the mysterious Nome King and why has he enslaved the Royal Family of Ev?

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Mark MIllar, penciled by Steve Dillon, cover by Greg Land.

The battle for blood gets thicker as the vampire frenzy comes to a head. With Cap fanged out, Fury brings out the big guns and some new recruits—newish, that is: Perun aka, Russian Thor and the Giant Men. While Blade's ordered to stand down, the new vampire Nerd Hulk has powered up—and it looks like it's going to take a lot more than a few Avengers to avenge these bloodsuckers. Mark Millar and Steve Dillon throw down a vampire tale like none other!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Brian Michael Bendis, penciled by Rafa Sandoval, cover by Bryan Hitch, variant cover by Terry Dodson.

The enemy has revealed itself and the Ultimate Universe has been rocked to its very core.  Now, the surviving heroes must put together the most bad ass covert ops team ever if they have any chance of catching up to the enemy before he/she strikes again.  Ultimate Doom is a story you have never seen in a Marvel Comics, and we promise you--no hype--the Ultimate Universe changes forever. The concluding tale in the Ultimate Enemy trilogy—and it'll shock you beyond belief!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Brian Michael Bendis, penciled by Sara Pichelli, cover by David Lafuente.

After the shocking status quo game changer from last issue's 10th anniversary special, Spider-Man must now undergo afterschool super hero training—and the lessons start here!!! Plus Peter Parker gets a new girlfriend? And you won't believe who she is.  They'll be guest stars galore in this action packed adventure as Spidey gets schooled!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Jonathan Hickman, pencils and cover by Carlos Pacheco.

Thor's thrilling origin continues! Betrayal rocks Asgard as predators breach its walls! Will Thor be able to protect his home and prevent Ragnorak? Or are some things just inevitable? Rockstars Jonathan Hickman and Carlos Pacheco take you on an epic tale of duty and destiny that spans decades and worlds.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Kelly Sue DeConnick, art by Emma Rios, cover by Ben Oliver.

Spider-Man: Big Time! Peter Parker and Norah Winters dig into the truth behind Norman Osborn's imprisonment...while Osborn fights to get out! Is the world safe with Norman Osborn in a top-secret supermax institution? Or has he just met the allies who'll make him deadlier than ever?

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Dan Slott, pencils and cover by Humberto Ramos.

To face off against an amped-up Hobgolin, you need an amped-up Spider-Man!  What's the story behind Spidey's new suit?  What is it and what can it do?  Meanwhile, Mach 5 (from The Thunderbolts) faces off against one of Spidey's deadliest foes!  All this, and a secret side mission for he Black Cat. Plus an additional 8 page story:  We showed you who was behind the Hobgolin's mask last issue.  But what were they up to before their startling return?  Here's where you find out!

40 pages, $3.99.


Written by Dan Slott, pencils and cover by Humberto RAmos, back-up pencils by Stefano Caselli, Tron Variant by Mark Brooks.

The Hobgoblin's fight for power continues!  Which side will Spider-Man and the Black Cat be on... and why?  Also: a surprise for Aunt May, and the Spidey versus Kingpin rematch you've been dying to see! Included in this issue: an 8 page story featuring the return of Mac Gargan... as The Scorpion!

40 pages, $3.99.


Written by Paul Tobin, penciled by Clayton Herny, cover by Jelena Kevic-Djurdjevic.

Still reeling from the shattering events in the first issue, Spider-Girl faces one of the strongest threats in the Marvel Universe, the Red Hulk. But how can one teenage girl stop a menace that has the Fantastic Four on their heels, and what's the cost of the battle for New York City... and the life of Anya Corazon? 32

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Brian Michael Bendis, pencils and cover by John Romita Jr.

The return of the Illuminati! Marvel's super-secret brain trust has reunited because someone is trying to put the Infinity Gauntlet back together. Who is it and will the Avengers be able to stop them in time? And what does any of this have to do with the Red Hulk? Plus, is there a little romance brewing? Another blistering blockbuster chapter from Marvel's premiere super hero team Bendis and Romita Jr. Plus: another illustrated chapter of the oral history of the Avengers!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Ed Brubaker, pencils and cover by Mike Deodato Jr.

Marvel's newest hit Avengers team continues its breakneck pace! Steve Rogers comes face-to-face with an old comrade in arms from the war...who's now working for the Shadow Council! The Secret Avengers Hong Kong Kung Fu extravaganza continues!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Brian Michael Bendis, pencils and cover by Stuart Immonen, Tron Variant by Mark Brooks.

After the devastating fallout of last issue's fatal battle for this dimension, the New Avengers have to figure out who really belongs on the team. Plus, Luke Cage and Jessica Jones need a nanny, and not just any nanny, they need to find a superpowered nanny. Who. Will. It. Be?! Plus: another illustrated chapter of the oral history of the Avengers!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Christos Gage, pencisl and cover by Mike McKone, variant cover by Ed McGuinness, Tron Variant by Brandon Peterson.

This is it: The BIG return of Giant-Man! Founding Avenger Hank Pym has been a scientist, a hero, a disgrace, a convict, and -- after a long road of redemption -- he's the headmaster of Avengers Academy. But now, at long last, Pym returns to his greatest role...that's right, Giant-Man returns in this historic issue!  But even with his students at his side, can he stand up to one of the most powerful villains in the Marvel Universe, a man who can become every bit as gigantic as he is? 32

32 pages, $2.99.


Written & Penciled by Tim Seeley, cover by Salva Espin.

Ant-Man & Wasp have no time to make nice as they're tossed into the bizarre realm of the Mindscape! A.I.M has the doorway to the afterlife, and it's up to the Tiny Twosome to jump from the land of dreams, to the land of heavily armed A.I.M soldiers! But Bill Foster's soul may not be the only thing Monica Rappacini wants as Scientist Supreme faces off with Supreme Scientist! Hop on for Hank Pym's last adventure as Wasp in this mini-series!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Chris Eliopoulos, art and cover by Ig Guara.

Lockheed -- Torn between two families! Will he side with the Pet Avengers, or shun his team to take part in the new Age of Dragons? And can the combined might of the Avengers & Pet Avengers defeat their Fin Fangtastic Foes, or is it time for humans and pets to find a new planet?

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by various.

The chronicle of the Marvel Universe continues as the All-New Official Index to the Marvel Universe delves into the history of three of Marvel's most enduring titles! Return with us to the Silver and Golden Ages as Marvel continue its coverage of the Avengers (from Avengers #260), Thor (from Thor #350), and Captain America (from both Captain America #306 and 1941's Captain America Comics #31). Watch the Marvel universe's history unfold month by month as each issue provides synopses for dozens of individual comics, including back-up strips, introducing 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 various, select character art by Gus Vazquez, cover by Kalman Andrasofszky.

2010's A-Z update concludes with this amazing final issue! All-new profiles for heroes like Ricochet, the Twelve's Witness, and Prince of Orphans; cosmic characters like the Universal Church of Truth, Mentor of Titan, the Fraternity of Raptor's Talon, and the Quist/Arcane; with an extra-large serving of villains: Boomerang, Quicksand, the Intelligencia, Mesmero, Blackout (Daniels), Icemaster, and Scramble! All this plus Mort the Dead Teenager, the Creatures from Kosmos, and Marvel Apes, too!  Featuring brand-new art by Gus Vazquez!  

64 pages, $3.99.


Written by Ben McCool, pencils and cover by Craig Rousseau.

Captain America: Proud member of the Avengers, but he's a man out of time, frozen for decades and unaccustomed to modern life. Can the Sentinel of Liberty learn to fight alongside heroes 60 years younger than him...and why does Cap feel a strange connection to the man named Korvac? 32

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Mark Waid, penciled by Jorge Molina, cover by Bryan Hitch.

Steve Rogers is still on shaky ground. Is he really walking around in a world almost sixty years past the one he knows, or is his reawakening in "modern" New York some wild hallucination? What possible purpose does a patriotic war hero like Captain America serve in a world like this one? And how can a man out of time get back home where he belongs?

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, Sean McKeever, Colleen Coover and Lucy Knisely, penciled by Sara Pichelli, Mike Mayhew, Coover and Knisley, cover by Daniel Acuna.

By day, Ben Grimm is a member of the Fantastic Four; by night, he is one of Luke Cage's New Avengers.'s never that cut-and-dry, is it? Where do your allegiances lie when both teams need you and one team is your family? Avengers across New York engage in a long-forgotten battle--one that Firestar and Justice can end if they're willing to pay the price! Ms. Marvel and Spider-Woman recall their days of past glory, while looking forward to the future (and beating the snot out of punks.) And Tony Stark learns not to mess with teenaged angst, especially when it's "Stature"-esque in scale!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Ed Brubaker, penciled by Butch Guice, cover by Marko Djurdjevic.

It's the penultimate issue of the Trial of Captain America, and Bucky Barnes future hangs in the balance as evidence of the Winter Soldier's crimes comes to light. Brought to you by the hit creative team of Ed Brubaker & Butch Guice!

40 pages, $3.99.


Written by Antony Johnston, pneciled by Marco Checchetto and Roberto De La Torre, cover by David Finch.

Shadowland end here -- but who is the victor? Can the people of Hell's Kitchen rebuild without a champion to guide them? The future of Marvel's street heroes begins here!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by David Liss, penciled by Francesco Francavliia, cover by Simone Bianchi, variant cover by Francavilla.

In the wake of Shadowland, there's a new protector of Hell's Kitchen! He has no kingdom, no vibranium, and no high-tech safety net--just bloody knuckles and the will to prove himself in a foreign land where the fiercest of jungle predators stalks the most dangerous urban prey! His name is T'Challa, and in the aftermath of Shadowland, he will create a new life, a new identity, and learn what it is to be a different kind of hero. But with Daredevil gone, the bad guys are coming out to play, and a new nemesis -- Vlad the Impaler -- plots his bloody rise to power. A shocking new chapter for the world's most dangerous man!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning, penciled by Brad Walker, cover by Doug Braithwaite, variant covers by Walker and Harvey Tolibao.

In the aftermath of Shadowland, Marvel's greatest street heroes – Punisher, Moon Knight, Shroud, Elektra, Paladin, Silver Sable, Ghost Rider, Iron Fist, Falcon, Misty Knight and more – leap into one all-new series! Who has brought these dangerous loners into one fighting force? How is this network different from all other teams? Who is their first target, and what mysteries wait for them? Discover the answers and enter the action on Marvel's mean streets!

40 pages, $3.99.


Written by Charlie Huston, penciled by Shawn Martinbrough, cover by Tim Bradstreet.

For a year, Bullseye – the world's greatest assassin – simply vanished without a trace. Funny thing is, he was hiding in plain sight there in the glare of the white hot lights, a lanky stranger with the rubber arm, throwing heat that could take off a man's head. See, every man needs a challenge, a moment when he faces impossible odds, when looks deep inside himself and sees what he's really made of. Bullseye's next pitch is one for the history books.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Jim McCann and Duane Swierczynski, penciled by David Lopez and Manuel Garcia, covers by Jae Lee, variant covers by Paul Renaud.

Who is hunting Marvel's super spies? Espionage agents around the world are being assassinated, their covers blown, and governments' intelligence & security capabilities devastated! The person behind it: an all-new Ronin! The next two super-spies targeted for death: Black Widow and Mockingbird! The wildcard determined to unmask the killer: Hawkeye! Let the game begin as Marvel's spy community collides with it's superhuman agents!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Fred Van Lente, penciled by Khoi Pham, cover by Dan Panosian.

It's the end of all things! The Marvel Universe's shattered pantheons fall from the skies! King Chaos marshals his forces for the final assault with every Marvel hero as his target! Hercules, Thor and the God Squad embark upon one last, mad scheme to save existence itself, but what terrible conflicts wrack the heroes and gods of Earth when Hercules learns the true price of their deliverance? Bonus: Hell comes to Hawaii!  (Yes, Hawaii.)

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Mike Avon Oeming, penciled by Stephen Segovia, cover by Marko Djurdjevic.

Ares is dead, torn in half at the hands of the Sentry. But what is worse than death for the God of War? Being enlisted into the army of the Chaos King! The Chaos War has its beginnings in Ares' first miniseries, now see their fates come full circle as the two greatest forces of destruction battle one last time for the soul of the Pantheons. Ares defeated the Chaos King once before, but now he is dead and armed only with his love for his lost son. How can he stop the living oblivion Chaos King has become, even with the help of Zeus and Hera? And at what price comes defeat?

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Marc Sumerak, pencils and cover by Dan Panosian.

Chaos King has decimated the Pantheons of Earth, but the new God Squad have a last, desperate plan to halt Mikaboshi's march towards oblivion! The Kami of Japan once trapped Chaos King in Yomi - the Japanese Underworld - but even with the God Squad's help, can his old pantheon put the genie back in the bottle? The gods themselves aren't prepared for what they may find at the gates of Hell! Join the Hellstorm, Silver Surfer, Sersi, Venus and more of Marvels' most daring deities on an epic adventure that's sure to rock the heavens!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by J.M. DeMatteis, penciled by Brian Ching, cover by Tommy Lee Edwards.

Chaos King's most powerful lieutenant, the pantheon-encompassing alien powerhouse known as Glory, has reached the Earth...and the only one who can stand in his way is the Mighty Thor! But if Donald Blake has forgotten his godly alter-ego, how can the God of Thunder possibly save the world? A tale of what happens when a god loses faith in himself.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Fred Van Lente, pencils and cover by Tom Grummett.

The newest, greatest and, in the carnage of the Chaos War, only team of Avengers around faces the threat that united them: the Grim Reaper! Eric Williams has long been one of the Avengers' most fearsome foes, and now that he has fully pledged himself, heart and soul, to the Chaos King, he's looking to kill his arch-nemesis, the android Vision, and his allies -- Captain Mar-Vell, Yellowjacket, Dr. Druid, Deathcry and the Swordsman -- twice! And if they fall, every Avenger past and present will fall with them.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Chris Claremont and Louise Simonson, penciled by Doug Braithwaite, cover by Carlo Pagulayan.

A special 2-issue Chaos WAr tie-in. As the Marvel Universe is destroyed pantheon by pantheon by the dark god, Chaos King, the rift between the underworld and Earth is violently ripped apart. How can a handful of deceased X-Men make a difference in Chaos King's war against life? Get ready for the startling answer when the most unique team of mutants ever bands together to save the Earth from eternal darkness.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Greg Pak, penciled by Paul Pelletier, cover by Carlo Pagulayan, Tron Variant by Mark Brooks.

A Chaos War tie-in! Bring out your dead -- and the Hulks will smash them!  When the King of Chaos and Darkness unleashes his horrors upon Planet Earth, Doctor Strange calls on the strongest team there is to save life itself.  A Chaos War tie-in featuring the return of the most horrifying Hulk villain in Hades! Plus an all-new backup showcasing one Hulk's Allies!

40 pages, $3.99. 


Written by Greg Pak, penciled by Paul Pelletier, cover by Carlo Pagulayan.

A Chaos War tie-in! As the onslaught of the Chaos King threatens existence itself, a terrible secret from the past makes Marlo Chandler, Rick Jones's wife, the most important mortal on the planet.  The Incredible Hulks race their most demonic enemies across the country to reach Marlo in time -- but can they handle the revelations she brings?  Plus: the return of Doctor Strange's darkest side! Plus an all-new backup showcasing one Hulk's Allies!

40 pages, $3.99.


Written by Christopher Yost, pencils by Scott Wegener and Patrick Scherberger.

Based on the Disney XD show! Can Tony Stark's Iron Man armor hold up to the unstoppable fury of Crimson Dynamo? And what's a tiny guy like Ant-Man gonna do when Mad Thinker and his awesome android come a-crushing?

40 pages, $3.99.

HULK #28

Written by Jeff Parker, penciled by Gabriel Hardman and Mark Robinson, cover by Ed McGuinness.

Scorched Earth Convergence! Rick Jones (AKA The A-Bomb) finds the source of the next Doomsday scenario and immediately gets in over his head on the most dangerous patch of ground in the Pacific...Monster Island! Fortunately for Rick- (or not)- Red Hulk is nearby and heads in for the deadliest mission yet. Can our monsters stop their monsters? Or will they become the key pieces in the Intelligencia's master plan?

40 pages, $3.99.


Written by Jonathan Hickman, penciled by Steve Epting, cover by Alan Davis.

"Three" - Part 3 As the army of the Anti-priest begins an invasion of the Baxter Building, and the Invisible Woman is caught in between the warring factions of New and Old Atlantis, Reed Richards must decide the fate of the Earth amidst the chaos of Galactus devouring Nu-World.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Jonathan Maberry, penciled by Gianluca Gugliotta, cover by Mike Del Mundo.

Klaw and AIM are poised to conquer the earth with their unstoppable new weapon: The Scream. The problem is that in order to defeat them, Shuri the new Black Panther has to break into Dead Aim, the most secure facility on the planet. That kind of job needs finesse rather than savage aggression, so who better to help beat the unbeatable security system than the Black Widow. NY Times bestseller Jonathan Maberry and artist Gianluca Gugliotta rocket to an explosive conclusion of the new Black Panther's most critical mission.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Harry Wilcox, penciled by Ryan Stegman, cover by Ed McGuinness.

Jen and Lyra hunt for the remaining members of The Intelligencia! This time, their mission takes them to the heart of Russia, where they face the deadly Red Ghost and his Super-Apes!  Can the two Gamma-gals defeat their simian foes? Will Jen rekindle an old romance? And will Lyra survive gym class? 32

32 pages, $2.99.


Cover by Ryan Meindering.

Everyone's favorite super-suited super hero gets his own ongoing magazine, collecting all-ages, all-action Iron Man adventures! Featuring some of the Armored Avenger's most thrilling tales, this magazine is bursting with high-octane stories, pinups, activities, games and more for Iron Man fans young and old.

96 pages, $6.99.


Written by Alexaner Irvie, penciled by Lan Medina, cover by Tim Bradstreet.

Tony Stark is a prisoner in the virtual world created by his cyborg replacement. Stark Industries is a prison whose inmates are being forcibly uploaded into the hellish StarkWorld, where Tony 2.0 indulges his hatred of all things biological. Who's next? Pepper. And who's the only one left who can do anything? James Rhodes, in an untested new War Machine prototype that might just match up to Tony 2.0 – or might just kill him in the attempt.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Matt Fraction, art and cover by Salvador Larroca, Tron Variant by Brandon Peterson. Art & Cover by SALVADOR LARROCA

The finale to "Stark: Resilient" is here! Tony Stark must outrace Detroit Steel and a fleet of Hammer Murderdrones or it's the end of everything -- of him, his company, his legacy, and of the Iron Man itself. The only thing more shocking than the first 19 pages are the last 3. The end of the past is here. The birth of the future is now. The End Of All Things is just around the corner and it's got Tony Stark dead in its sights...

40 pages, $3.99.


Written by Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning, penciled by Scot Eaton, cover by Stephen Segovia.

Captured by the High Evolutionary and his unlikely allies, Iron Man learns the dark truth of the genius creator's plans. Meanwhile Thor battles to recapture the Destroyer armor stolen from Asgard. The paths of these two heroes are about to cross, and if they can't stop the High Evolutionary's schemes, then the fates of Mankind and Planet Earth alike will be altered forever!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Fred Van Lente, penciled by Steve Kurth, cover by Juan Doe.

"Industrial Revolution," Part 4. The residents of Imperio storm and occupy the factory Tony Stark needs to remake his fortune and prepare for a lengthy siege -- but even with Jim Rhodes as Iron Man backing him up, can they withstand what The Pride can throw at them -- everything from super powers to the bought-and-paid-for LAPD? Tony may have to call in some backup -- from his allies in The Illuminati!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Jonathan Hickman, penciled by Alessandro Vitti, cover by Paul Renaud.

After the shocking conclusion of "Night"--and the tragedy that has hit Nick Fury's Caterpillars--we begin our last story arc and jump back in time to see what's happened to the one team member who was left behind: Druid. Only four more issues until the fiery conclusion of the series that calls "the most consistently great Marvel comic on the stands"!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Christos Gage and Alex Ross, penciled Caio Reiss, cover by Ross, variant cover by Howard Chaykin.

You've seen the Invaders go up against Nazis, super-villains and mutant monsters...but you've never seen them take on an elder god.  Shuma-Gorath -- "He Who Sleeps But Shall Awake" -- has set his sights on our world, and only the greatest heroes of World War II can stop him...quite possibly at the cost of their own souls!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Jeff Parker, penciled by Kev Walker, cover by Greg Land.

Come sit by the fire and prepare to be frightened...we're going to tell you a "Ghost Story! The Thunderbolts own psychologist, Moonstone, peels back the layers and delves into the mind and past of the brilliant and mysterious paranoid known only to the world as Ghost!  How did his war on the corporate system begin and what made him leave his humanity behind? Even his hardened criminal teammates will be forced to admit that some things are better left unknown.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Fred Van Lente, art by Jefte Palo, cover by Greg Tocchini.

Guest-starring the Secret Avengers! Steve Rogers' Black Ops heroes are desperately trying to head off Taskmaster before he finally unlocks his own secret origin -- and so is The Org, the secret criminal underground that links all the Marvel Universe's villain organizations together!  What are both heroes and villains afraid of? What horrible truth lies behind years of deception that will unmake Marvel U history? Who is Taskmaster? Where did he get his powers? And most importantly of all -- what havoc will he wreak once he finds out?

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Rick Remender, penciled by Rolan Boschi, cover by Nic Klein.

Betrayal! In the Punisher's absence, the Jigsaw Brothers have carved out a respectable niche in New York's criminal underground. But Frank Castle is back, and he's killing their men – a lot of ‘em. Good thing for them, the Jigsaw Brothers know Frank well, and they have a contingency plan, one that's been in place, gestating, for a long time. Frank has forgiven the fact his cyber sensei, Henry, is the son of Billy Russo, Jigsaw I. What will his trust cost him? The Punisher will soon discover in the Russo family, blood runs thick.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Paul Tobin, penciled by Matteo Lolli, cover by Patrick Scherberger.

When the Vulture begins robbing rival mobsters, a mob war that will tear New York City apart is in the brewing. But where is he getting his information, and where will he strike next? Spider-Man teams with Wolverine in an undercover adventure to reveal the shocking answer!

32 pages, $2.99.



When Santa and his Reindeer have a little fender-bender with the Helicarrier, The Squaddies pitch in to make sure Christmas goes off without a hitch. Sort of... Join your favorite heroes for a holiday you'll never forget!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Paul Tobin, penciled by Scott Koblish, cover by Ronan Cliquet.

With half the Avengers spanning the globe in an effort to save the undersea kingdom of Atlantis from an invasion of monsters, Nova uncovers a secret that may well tear the team apart. But what does that secret have to do with a certain team member, and a certain tower guarded by Prince Namor, the Sub-Mariner, Lord of All Atlantis?

32 pages, $2.99.

THOR #618

Written by Matt Fraction, pencils and cover by Pasqual Ferry.

Cover your ears and gird your loins for the four-letter word that changes everything for Thor, for Asgard and for Earth: O D I N. And you won't believe who Ol' One Eye brings back with him. On top of THAT, the God of Thunder has to deal with the ramifications of reincarnating Loki, the least of which are that the God of Tricks has taken a form no one saw coming. And if that wasn't enough, the town of Broxton has to deal with the refugees of nine worlds, on the run and terrified as The World Eaters continue their trans-universal rampage of madness...!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Roger Langridge, penciled by Craig Rouseeau, cover by Chris Samnee.

Continuing an epic reimagining of the God of Thunder! In This Issue: The Awesome Asgardian does battle with Raging Robots! Pick up the book that ComicBook says is "quite possibly the best new super hero title of the year and is exactly what any lover of super heroes should be reading." 32

32 pages, $2.99.


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

Determined to avoid the fate of the last Thunderstrike, the mace's owner considers his options (ebay, anyone?) until he receives a visit from a beautiful Valkyrie who has been sent to teach him the proper way to use an Asgardian super-weapon -- knowledge that he field-tests when a mysterious collector sends a high tech strike-force to steal the mace. Featuring cameos by Steve Rogers and the Avengers.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, art by Sebastian Fiumara, cover by Travel Foreman.

Ragnarok! The end of all things has been set in motion, and if Thor has any hope of saving Asgard, his only choice is to descend into the darkest, most treacherous depths of Hel, land of the dead. As his guide, guardian and only companion...crafty Loki! Whose intemperate trickery was what doomed Asgard to begin with. Does Loki seek redemption in the eyes of Thor...or the best opportunity to stab him in the back?

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Bill Willingham, penciled by Neil Edwards, cover by Amanda Conner and Laura Martin.

With Fenris, God of the Wolves, loosed from his imprisonment in Hel, the Warriors Three have their work cut out for them... and even with all of Asgard hoping to tame the monster, Volstagg, Fandral and Hogun have a particularly personal score to settle with him. Unfortunately, there's this lovely A.I.M. agent who seems to be distracting Fandral. But he's a professional, he'll keep his head in the game... right? From the writer of the bestselling Fables Bill Willingham and the Fantastic Four's fantastic Neil Edwards, this is one series that you can't afford to miss! With covers by Amanda Conner (The Pro)!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Bryan J.L. Glass, penciled by Tan Eng Huat, cover by Jay Anacleto.

Mighty Thor versus...Tony Stark? Can anything good come from the infamous industrialist ensnaring the god of Thunder in mortal politics? And how does it lead to the creation of one of Thor's most dangerous foes, China's Radioactive Man? Will Thor's intervention spark an international incident or trigger thermonuclear war? And what truth will this 21st century villain reveal about the ancient origin of Thor's curse and his banishment to Earth? Meanwhile, the scheming Loki observes all, and learns the one detail he needs to finally conquer the Odinson!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Peter David, penciled Mirco Pierfederici, cover by Greg Land.

The race is on for Flynn and Tron to reach the central computer and take down the Master Control Program... but with Sark on their tail and every program under the MCP's command after them, will they survive the journey? Adapted by comics icon Peter David and drawn by breakout artist Mirco Pierfederici, there's no better way to get downloaded into the TRON universe!

40 pages, $3.99.


Written by Rob Rodi, pencils and cover by Simone Bianchi.

Racing towards the conclusion of this epic miniseries, featuring the god of thunder as you've never seen him before! After the deadliest attack yet on Asgard's very foundations, a presence from the past resurfaces to show Thor the true state of his crumbling empire, and to point him towards the solution...a shockingly final solution. Also, Odin pays the ultimate price for his long-hidden, unspeakable crime.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Mike Carey, pencils and cover by Mike Perkins.

An all new classic tale of Thor unchained! Hela lays siege to Asgard, and demon hordes are loose on Earth.  Weakened and alone, Thor must make a dangerous bargain with a mortal woman in order to launch a last assault on the forces of death and chaos - as his enemies were hoping he would. Valiant Vikings, grotesque goblins, and lascivious ladies -- what more could any thunder god ask for?

32 pages, $3.99.

WHAT IF? #200

Written by Marc Guggenheim and Stan Lee, penciled by Dave Wilkins and Dale Eaglesham, cover by Wilkins.

Finally, celebrate the historic 200th issue of What If? Since debuting in 1977, What If? has become a corner staple in the Marvel Universe by spotlighting "the road not traveled" by many of its heroes & villains as well as the domino effect that the point of divergence creates. What If? 200 offers two titanic tales— the main story is one with a different POV on Siege, "What If Norman Osborn Won the Siege of Asgard?" What if the Sentry didn't lose control of the Void during battle, allowing for the Siege to ultimately decimate our heroes? With Osborn on top of the world, only one force stands in his way: Doom... and he's not alone as he rebuilds the Cabal with the X-Men?! By Marc Guggenheim and Dave Wilkins. The second tale is one that will be talked about amongst the multiverse: the murder of Galactus at the hands of...the Watcher? Based on the events in the classic "Coming of Galactus" storyline in ‘The Fantastic Four 48-50,' this one is written by none other than the scribe of those original stories, Stan "The Man" Lee, himself. Joining him is recent FF artist, Dale Eaglesham.

64 pages, $4.99.


Written by Jason Henderson, penciled by Sana Takeda, cover by Mike Deodato, back-up story by Rick Remender and Shawn Moll.

Before the events of Siege, long-time Avenger Clint Barton (aka Hawkeye) sought to take matters into his own hands and kill Norman Osborn himself. Why should a menace like Osborn be allowed the chance to live? Slay the monster, save the kingdom... right? The kill shot is just the beginning in this twisted tale of conspiracy and intrigue that takes Dark Reign to even blacker depths. What's the worst that could happen? Plus, What If: The Venom Symbiote Possessed Deadpool – Part 1!

40 pages, $3.99.


Written by Rob Williams, penciled by Greg Tocchini, cover by Leinil Francis Yu, back-up story by Rick Remender and Shawn Moll.

If there's one person who shouldn't raise a child, it's a berserker killing machine. In the regular Marvel Universe, Logan wasn't there for Daken, and his son grew up to become the murderous Dark Wolverine. But what would have happened if Logan had known of Daken's existence as a child, and had taken him under his wing from his first moments? Can a child with Logan's blood running through his veins ever turn his back on murder? Can Logan find redemption and be a good father? Raising Daken will be Wolverine's greatest battle. PLUS, What If: The Venom Symbiote Possessed Deadpool – Part 2!

40 pages, $3.99.


Written by Mark Sable, penciled by Paul Azaceta, cover by Phil Jimenez, back-up story by Rick Remender and Shawn Moll.

What If Spider-Man Killed Kraven The Hunter? At the rollicking conclusion of this year's Grim Hunt, the Amazing Spider-Man had his undead arch-foe Sergei Kravinoff at his mercy -- and let him live. But what if Spider-Man had crossed the line from hero to killer? See how one fatal decision changes the life of a man and the people he loves! PLUS, What If: The Venom Symbiote Possessed Deadpool -- Part 3!

40 pages, $3.99.


Written by David Michelinie and Bob Layton, penciled by Graham Nolan, cover by Layton, back-up story by Rick Remender and Shawn Moll.

Would Tony Stark still be Iron Man...if he wasn't Tony Stark? Twenty years ago, in a college experiment gone bad, the young Stark's mind is transferred to the body of impoverished but brilliant fellow student, Victor von Doom! Blamed for the unsanctioned research, his memory wiped clean, Tony is deported and forced to face life as a disgraced Latverian commoner. Meanwhile, von Doom grows and flourishes in the wealth and privilege of being sole heir to tark Industries. Thus, in separate cauldrons on different sides of the world, both Iron Man and Dr. Doom are forged anew. But who are the men inside the armors...really? Find out in "What If Tony Stark Had Become Dr. Doom?" Plus, What If: The Venom Symbiote Possessed Deadpool -- Part 4!

40 pages, $3.99.

S.H.I.E.L.D. #5

Written by Jonathan Hickman, penciled by Dustin Weaver, cover by Gerald Parel, Historical Variant by Weaver.

"The Forgotten Machines of XXXXXX XXXXX." The story that has taken the comic book world by storm marches on with an issue so secretive that we can't even reveal the full title! Who is the Night Machine? Find your answer here.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Sean McKeever, penciled by David Baldeon, cover by Humeberto Ramos.

Guest-starring Super-Soldier Steve Rogers! They were friends. Soldiers. Brothers. Now they're enemies. Toro's past has finally caught up with him in the form of EL DRAGÓN. And nothing--not even the Young Allies--will stand in his way!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Charlie Huston, penciled by Juan Jose Ryip, cover by Bryan Hitch, variant covers by Hitch, Herb Trimpe, Gabrielle Dell'Otto and Marko Djurdjevic.

"Contagion, Part One: Impulsion & Whim," part 1 of 6. When Wolverine faces a problem of the villainous kind there's a good chance that he'll use his Adamantium claws to whip up a lethal solution to it. What happens, though, when he faces an opponent who becomes a much bigger problem if he's killed? Enter: Contagion, a bold new addition to Wolverine's rogue's gallery. But first, Logan must contend with Contagion's defenders, the aptly named crew known as the Unkillables.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Jason Aaron, penciled by Renatoe Guedes, cover by Jae Lee, Tron variant by Brandon Peterson.

Demonically-possessed Wolverine vs. Colossus. What more do you need? How about Mystique and the Ghost Riders and Sabretooth and the devil wielding a really big sword, not to mention a shocking appearance by a figure from Logan's past that no one's expecting, least of all Logan himself. All of this as Wolverine's epic descent into hell rolls on.

40 pages, $3.99.


Written by Marjorie Liu and Daniel Way, pencils and cover by Giuseppe Caumncoli, variant cover by Marko Djurdjevic.

Dead men are hardly ever in good company, and Daken's no exception. With everyone thinking he's a goner, Daken now goes to work establishing his new costumed identity. You thought Dark Wolverine was killer, you ain't seen nothing yet.

32 pages, $2.99.

X-23 #4

Written by Marjorie Liu, penciled by Will Conrad, cover by Leinil Francis Yu, variant cover by Mark Djurdjevic.

The open road can be a dangerous place for a teenage girl...unless you're X-23.  Leaving the X-Men is no heartbreak, not when the answers X-23 seeks about herself are out in the world.  But her questions will lead her down a path more dangerous than any she's ever encountered, one that ties directly into the past of another orphan: Remy Le Beau, aka Gambit.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Kieron Gillen, penciled by Salva Espin, cover by Olivier Coipel, variant cover by Greg Horn.

"The Future is a Four-Letter Word" The Fifth Light has destroyed Tokyo, which can't be good for the X-Men and mutant relations in general. Hope and her crew are in terrible trouble and it's looking like Cyclops and Wolverine can't get them out of it. Don't miss the shocking twists and turns of the new X-Book that everyone is talking about!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Stuart Moore, penciled by Ariel Olivetti, cover by Mike Mayhew.

A special issue showcasing the different sides of Prince Namor: proud king, valiant hero—and arrogant, unfaithful lover. Years ago, when Namor was young, he fell in love with a surface woman, only to break her heart. But what is her connection to the new generation of X-Men? A stand-alone story that sets the stage for an unexpected new Namor storyline! 

32 pages, $2.99.

X-MEN #6

Written by Victor Gischler, penciled by Paco Medina, cover by Adi Granov.

"Curse of the Mutants," conclusion! Somehow, the X-Men have weathered the vampire raid on Utopia, but mutants can't claim total victory yet. Jubilee still needs the X-Men's help, and Xarus still commands an overwhelming force of bloodsuckers. Will Dracula's intervention be the final nail in Xarus' coffin...or will he make even more trouble for the X-Men than his upstart son ever could?

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Rick Remender, pencils by Jerome Opena, cover by Esad Ribic.

"The Apocaylpse Solution," part 3. Uncanny X-Force versus Apocalypse's Last Horsemen to the death! With their target within striking distance the team separate in hopes that one of them might infiltrate the Akkaba stronghold and assassinate Apocalypse. However, breaking apart has left them vulnerable, and one member pays a heavy toll for the strategy. Will a member of the team die to stop Apocalypse? Or will the price be heavier still?

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Mat Fraction and Kieron Gillen, pencils and cover by Greg Land.

"Quarantine" The X-Men on Utopia are getting sicker and sicker and their powers are shutting down one-by-one. Wolverine's healing factor is down and he's suffering adamantium poisoning, but he's much better off than the mutants whose mutation defines their bodies, like Rockslide and Mercury. And if that weren't bad enough, The Collective Man has Chinatown in the palms of his many hands and the Sublime Corporation is kicking the plan they've been hatching since #515 into high gear!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Peter David Penciled by Emanuela Lupacchino Cover by David Yardin

It's time to Ragnarok and roll in Las Vegas, as X-Factor--teamed with everyone's favorite Thunder God--squares off in a high-stakes, winner-take-all throw down with Hela to determine the fate of Pip the Troll. And for one member of the team, it will be the beginning of the end...

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Zeb Wells, penciled by Leonard Kirk, cover by Dave Wilkins.

"Rise of the New Mutants" The New Mutants were defeated last issue and those that are left standing are licking their wounds. Can they possibly pick up the pieces and stop Project Purgatory from letting the Elder Gods loose? Certainly not alone. The New Mutants turn to the rest of the X-Men for help, but can even the mighty X-Men hope to stop the terrible future foretold in New Mutants #9? Part 1 of 2.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Mike Carey, penciled by Paul Davidson, cover by Leinil Francis Yu.

"Fables of the Reconstruction," conclusion! When the X-Men used an engineered virus to defeat Bastion's army of mutant-exterminating Sentinels, they didn't realize it would also compromise one of their own: Karima Shapandar, a.k.a. Omega Sentinel. With her reactivated Sentinel programming taking over, the X-Men find themselves in dire straits...and one X-Man may just cross the line in order to stop her!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Christopher Yost, Ray Fawkes and others, art by various, cover by Giuseppe Camuncoli.

There's a new Dynamic Duo in town! Two X-Men have donned masks and taken to the streets of San Francisco as the new vigilante protectors of the people against a huge Spider-Man villain. Who are these X-Men and why are they disguising themselves? Only Chris Yost knows as his serial tale anchors this collection of stories where the X-Men find themselves knee-deep in the Marvel Universe next to your favorite characters. Also in this issue: Spider-Man! The Stepford Cuckoos! And much more!

40 pages, $3.99.

X-MEN FOREVER 2 #13 & #14

Written by Chris Claremont, penciled by Robert Atkins and Andy Smith, cover by Tom Grummett.

If you thought the revelation of the Ghost Panther's identity was a game-changer...prepare yourself for the aftershock!  Perfect Storm's campaign to annex Genosha kicks into high gear, but can the X-Men take down the foe with the face of a friend? It's Wakanda vs. The World...and Claremont's twistiest tale of international intrigue yet!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Chris Claremont, pencils and cover by Al Rio.

It comes to this—the final showdown for the fate of Nova Roma...and that of the New Mutants themselves!  The ultimate threat is revealed, and still the team stands divided. Will the New Mutants be willing to take down their own friends to do what's right?  And can the team survive what must be done?

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by various, cover by Jae Lee.

As mutantkind begins to pull back from the brink of extinction, Steve Rogers joins the fight! Appraising the state of mutants today, Steve assesses the X-Men, X-Factor, the New Mutants, the Five Lights and more from the mutant community! This 64-page Heroic Age files book also includes considerations for the humans who have sympathized with the mutant condition and takes aim at the worst of anti-mutant bigotry! See the world of mutants from Steve Rogers' vantage point, featuring everyone from Apocalypse to X-23!

64 pages, $3.99.


Written by Dave Lapham, pencils and cover by Kyle Baker.

"An Alternate History of Love in America." The history of the 20th Century is the history of great leaps toward the fulfillment of a promise -- a promise made by these United States to be a land where and all are created equal. For Baron Helmut Emmerich Von Zemo, though, the 20th Century was an unmitigated disaster that must be combated by extreme steps. And what should happen when Deadpool is tasked to take down out this hood-wearing warrior of hate? Feel the freeing power of the gun and the sword!

32 pages, $3.99.


Written and pencilled by Terry Moore, Harvey Pekar, Toby Cypress, Kate Beaton, Nick Gurewitch, Edu Medeiros, Alex Robinson, Benjamin Marra, Tim Hamilton, Ty Templeton and more, cover by Ivan Brunetti.

Marvel's indie anthology concludes! The best, most exciting cartoonists re-imagine Marvel's greatest characters in three giant-sized issues! And with no ads!

48 pages, $4.99.


Written by Mark Millar, pencils and cover by Leinil Francis Yu.

Who is Superior? Where did he come from? And who the hell is after him?

32 pages, $2.99.

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