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Written by Howard Mackie, Scott Lobdell, Ralph Macchio, John Francis Moore, Brian K. Vaughan, Terry Kavanagh, Judd Winick, Tony Bedard, Akira Yoshida, Mariano Nicieza, Rick Remender and more, penciled by Terry Dodson, Ian Churchill, Joe Bennett, Steve Epting, Nick Napolitano, Roger Cruz, Luke Ross, Trevor Mccarthy, Carlos Pacheco, Jim Calafiore, Chris Bachalo, Hector Gomez, Kevin Hopgood, David Wilkins and more, cover by Adam Kubert.

It's a return trip to the dark, dystopian Age of Apocalypse! Untold tales of Apocalypse's rise to power and the beginning of the X-Men's underground resistance! Blink's extradimensional exploits! The desperate struggle of Earth's remaining non-mutant heroes! And in the wake of Apocalypse's defeat, a deeply scarred Earth tries to rebuild. But some of the AoA's most powerful mutants have escaped into the Marvel Universe! All the orphaned AoA adventures are collected in one oversized volume! Collecting X-Men Chronicles #1-2, Tales From The Age of Apocalypse #1-2, X-Man #-1 And #53-54, Blink #1-4, X-Universe #1-2, Exiles (2001) #60-61, X-Men: Age of Apocalypse #1-6 And One-Shot, What If? (1989) #77 And #81, And What If? X-Men: Age of Apocalypse -- Plus Material From Hulk: Broken Worlds #2, X-Men Prime, X-Man Annual '96, X-Men: Endangered Species, Exiles: Days Of Then & Now And Official Handbook Of The Marvel Universe: Age of Apocalypse.

992 pages, $99.99.


Written by Chris Claremont, John Byrne, Mary Jo Duffy, Scott Edelman and Bob Layton, penciled by John Byrne, Dave Cockrum, John Romita Jr., Brent Anderson, Michael Golden, Paul Smith, George Perez, John Buscema, Bob Mcleod, Ken Landgraf and Jim Sherman, covers by Stuart Immonen and John Byrne.

Chris Claremont, Dave Cockrum and John Byrne took a little reprint series called X-Men and turned it into the all-new, all-different titan that conquered comicdom. Now, you can experience the thrills and excitement of their classic tales from "The Dark Phoenix Saga" to "Days of Future Past" and so much more in this enormous Omnibus! Including the debuts of X-universe mainstays Emma Frost and Kitty Pryde, the threat of Mystique's Brotherhood of Evil Mutants, Magneto's return, Wolverine's first solo story and a rare Savage Land adventure -- plus the original ending of "Dark Phoenix" and a host of bonus stories! Collecting X-Men (1963) #132-141, Annual (1970) #4-5; The Uncanny X-Men (1981) #142-153; Avengers Annual (1967) #10; Marvel Fanfare (1982) #1-4; Marvel Treasury Edition (1974) #26-27; Marvel Team-Up (1972) #100; Bizarre Adventures (1981) #27; Phoenix: The Untold Story (1984) #1.

912 pages, $99.99.


Written by Jonathan Hickman, Nick Spencer and Jason Latour, penciled by Jim Cheung, Jerome Opena, Dustin Weaver, Mike Deodato, Stefano Caselli, Leinil Francis Yu and Agustin Alessio, cover by Adam Kubert.

Marvel's most-anticipated blockbuster cosmic event arrives as the Marvel Universe marches into Infinity! Thanos makes his world-shattering return, and his armies fire the opening shots of a galactic war that will be fought both on Earth and in deep space -- with our heroes caught between both battles! As the mad Titan's secrets are revealed, the Inhumans' city of Attilan falls, and the members of the Illuminati find themselves on the front line! And as every Origin Site on Earth goes active, the Builders enter the Marvel Universe. But can the Avengers return to Earth in time to save it, when betrayal in the Galactic Council has left them prisoners of war? Galactic empires will fall as Thanos' crazed plans come to fruition! Collecting Infinity #1-6, New Avengers (2013) #7-12, Avengers (2012) #12-23 and Infinity Infinite Comic #1-2.

608 pages, $75.


Written by Frank Tieri and Matt Kindt, penciled by Ramon Bachs, Al Barrionuevo and Steven Sanders, cover by Ale Garza.

Infinity is here, and no one is safe -- from super villains to super heroes in training! In Heist, As the Marvel Universe prepares for a massive assault by Thanos' armies, Spymaster and some of Marvel's best baddies decide that where there is chaos -- there is opportunity! Spymaster has unveiled the perfect plan for the crime of the century -- so what the hell's wrong with Blizzard, and why is he having doubts? Then, in The Hunt, Hank Pym, Wolverine and She-Hulk bring the students of the Marvel Universe together to announce a new Contest of Champions, pitting super-schools from throughout the Marvel Universe -- including some you've never seen before -- against each other. But the Contest is interrupted when Thanos' forces descend on Earth! What part of the mad Titan's plan involves the world's super-youth? Collecting Infinity: Heist #1-4 and Infinity: The Hunt #1-4.

184 pages, $24.99.


Written by Kelly Sue DeConnick, Charles Soule, Al Ewing, Matt Kindt, Zeb Wells, Chris Yost, Frank Tieri, Cullen Bunn, Ed Brisson and Brian Michael Bendis, penciled by Scott Hepburn, Pat Oliffe, Jefte Palo, Barry Kitson, Pepe Larraz, Steven Sanders, Greg Land, Paco Medina, Marco Checchetto, Al Barrionuevo, Will Sliney, Luke Ross and Francesco Francavilla, cover by Marko Djurdjevic.

All roads lead to Infinity! As the Thunderbolts, S.H.I.E.L.D., the Fearless Defenders, the Superior Spider-Man, Luke Cage's new Mighty Avengers, Wolverine's Jean Grey School, the Avengers Academy and more face off against Thanos' invading hordes on Earth, the war's second front is fought in deep space -- where Spider-Woman and Black Widow plot to rescue Captain Marvel, the Avengers battle the Builders, the new Nova takes on Thanos' forces with help from the New Warriors and Star-Lord debates betraying the entire universe! Collecting Captain Marvel (2012) #15-16, Thunderbolts (2012) #13-18, Avengers Assemble #18-20, Infinity: The Hunt #1-4, Mighty Avengers (2013) #1-3, Nova (2013) #8-9, Superior Spider-Man Team-Up #3-4, Infinity: Heist #1-4, Fearless Defenders #10, Secret Avengers (2013) #10-11, Guardians of the Galaxy (2013) #8-9 and Wolverine & The X-Men Annual #1.

696 pages, $99.


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

The premier American fantasy adventure gets the Merry Marvel treatment! Eisner Award-winning writer/artist Eric Shanower (Age of Bronze) teams with fan-favorite artist Skottie Young (NEW X-MEN) to bring L. Frank Baum's beloved classic to life! When Kansas farm girl Dorothy flies away to the magical Land of Oz, she fatally flattens a Wicked Witch, liberates a living Scarecrow and is hailed by the Munchkin people as a great sorceress -- but all she really wants to know is how to get home. Collecting Wonderful Wizard of Oz #1-8 and the Wonderful Wizard of Oz Sketchbook.

224 pages, $24.99.


Written by Marie Javins.

Continuing their popular Art Of series of movie tie-in books, Marvel presents its latest blockbuster achievement! Featuring exclusive concept artwork, behind-the-scenes photographs, production stills, and in-depth interviews with the cast and crew, The Amazing Spider-Man: The Art Of The Movie is a deluxe keepsake volume that provides an insider's look into the making of the wall-crawler's 2012 film directed by Marc Webb, and starring Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Rhys Ifans, Denis Leary, Martin Sheen and Sally Field!

240 pages, $49.99.


Written by Len Wein and Bill Mantlo, penciled by Ross Andru and Gil Kane, cover by Ross Andru.

Peter Parker's past comes back to haunt him in his latest and greatest Marvel Masterworks volume! Doc Ock has returned, and he's brought the ghost of Hammerhead with him! And those two aren't the only ones back from the grave: The Kingpin is out to resurrect his son, and he can only do it if Spider-Man dies! The danger doesn't stop there, either, as the Punisher sets his sights on Spider-Man in an adventure guest-starring the X-Men's Nightcrawler, dinosaurs rampage down Broadway in the war of the reptile-men, one of Spidey's oldest foes hijacks the Spider-Mobile, and J. Jonah Jameson secures proof of Spidey's secret identity in the return of the Spider-Slayer! Reserve your copy today! Collecting Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #156-168 and Annual #10.

288 pages, $69.99.


Written by Roy Thomas, Arnold Drake, Dennis O'Neil and Linda Fite, penciled by Sal Buscema, Don Heck and Werner Roth, cover by Neal Adams and Richard Isanove

1969: The X-Men, Marvel's poorest-selling title, was in dire need of a shot in the arm. Enter Roy Thomas and Neal Adams, and readers witnessed one of the most amazing evolutions in Marvel history! These two titanic talents threw caution to the wind with sensational stories that brought the X-Men in synch with the thriving youth culture of the late '60s. Adams' lavish and dynamic visuals merged with Thomas' challenging and contemporary stories to create a comic-book series that throbbed with the pulse of the times like none other. Thrill to the introduction of mutant mainstay Havok, the vampiric villain Sauron, the Mutates and Sunfire; battles against the Living Pharaoh and the Sentinels, a classic team-up with Ka-Zar in the Savage Land, and the return of Magneto and Professor X! Collecting X-Men (1963) #54-66.

312 pages, $24.99.


Written by Dan Slott and Christos Gage, penciled by Humberto Ramos, Ryan Stegman and Giuseppe Camuncoli, cover by Giuseppe Camuncoli.

The exploits of Otto Octavius, the Superior Spider-Man, continue! As the Avengers threaten to kick Spidey off the team for his recent violent actions, Peter Parker's ghostly revenant fights to regain control of his body, his mind and his destiny! Who will live, who will die -- and who will emerge as the one, true Superior Spider-Man? And when the Green Goblin returns, why is Spidey nowhere to be found? Then, when the Raft shuts down, Spidey is trapped inside with J. Jonah Jameson, Glory, Norah -- and practically all the villains the Superior Spider-Man has brutalized during his short career! Now it's payback time! Plus: Jester! Screwball! Cardiac! Shadowland! The Tinkerer! Quite possibly the final days of the Hobgoblin! And the return of a Spider-Man Who Hasn't Been Seen For Some Time -- Meaning, Centuries! Collecting Superior Spider-Man #6-16.

248 pages, $34.99.


Written by Zeb Wells and Jock, penciled by Joe Madureira and Jock, cover by Joe Madureira.

Two blockbuster stories in one action-packed volume! First, Zeb Wells and Joe Madureira team Wolverine with Elektra and Spider-Man in a climactic battle against the Kingpin! Who will win? Who will lose? Who will get stabbed by something sharp and pointy? It's an epic tale of ninjas, blades and sweet revenge! Then, best-selling artist Jock spins a tale of sci-fi intrigue! When Wolverine crash-lands on an alien planet, he'll need more than just his healing factor to survive! But even if he adapts to this strange environment and its denizens, a mysterious child has arrived with a mission to kill Wolverine. The child's shocking past, and its connections to Logan's own, are soon revealed. But more horrifying still are the truths he finds in an underground cavern -- truths he may not be prepared to learn! Collecting Savage Wolverine #6-11.

136 pages, $24.99.


Written by Kieron Gillen, penciled and cover by Greg Land.

Tony Stark is Iron Man -- technological visionary, wealthy playboy, unparalleled engineer and armored Avenger. But now, his armor's most powerful upgrade has become a lethal danger: the techno-virus Extremis is loose! Tony's hunt for the rogue Extremis Units takes him to New Camelot, where he clashes with the Circle mech-knights and dogfights the Russian Black Exoskeleton Academy; to Colombia, where he battles old foes Vibro, Firebrand and the Living Laser; and to Paris' ancient catacombs, where absolute horror awaits -- and Tony may have to betray an old friend! Introducing Iron Man's stealth armor, heavy-duty battle-suit and space armor as Tony creates new suits to tackle new challenges! If he wants to save the world from his own deadly nano-virus, Iron Man must act fast -- and Tony Stark must build faster! Collecting Iron Man (2012) #1-5.

136 pages, $19.99.


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

Thrust into a bizarre, inhospitable world far from home, the all-new, high-adventure, mind-melting, tough-as-nails, sci-fi, pulp-fantasy era of Captain America starts NOW! Arnim Zola's ambitions leave Captain America stranded in the upside-down territory known as Dimension Z. With no country and no allies, what's left for the Sentinel of Liberty to protect? Just the one thing his foe values most: Zola's son! Steve has saved the boy's life, but can he keep him alive against the savage barbarians of Phrox -- with the fate of a world hinging on his victory? And when Zola's terrible experiments on the indigenous creatures give birth to a terrible new foe, the Odd War of Dimension Z begins! Collecting Captain America (2012) #1-5.

136 pages, $19.99.


Written by Cullen Bunn, penciled by Stephanie Hans and Will Sliney, cover by Mark Brooks.

With Thanos' hordes invading Earth, the Fearless Defenders live up to their name in an Infinity tie-in like no other! Misty kicked ass in Valkyrie's world, now it's time to see how Valkyrie fares in Misty's. But it's not easy being an Asgardian shieldmaiden -- especially when your boyfriend's got a chip on his shoulder! And when a gifted young woman discovers she possesses terrifying powers, will this new hero join the ranks of the Defenders? Then, secrets of Hippolyta's resurrection are revealed on a field trip to New Amazonia as the team makes a stand against Caroline LeFay's apocalyptic Doom Maidens! Plus: Valkyrie and Annabelle's complicated relationship becomes even more perplexing and problematic, and a new (cosmically awesome) character joins the team! Guest-starring Elsa Bloodstone, Venom, Dr. Strange, Iron Fist, Hercules, Werewolf By Night and more! Collecting Fearless Defenders #7-12.

136 pages, $17.99.


Written by Jonathan Hickman, penciled by Jerome Opena and Adam Kubert, cover by Dustin Weaver.

The greatest heroes in comics, together as one unbeatable team! The Avengers "go large," expanding their roster and sphere of influence to a global and even interplanetary level. When Captain America puts out his call, who will respond? The answers will surprise you! The Avengers' first mission takes them to Mars, but the secrets of the Garden lead right back to Earth's Savage Land! And when the Shi'ar Imperial Guard are broken on a dead moon, the Avengers travel across the galaxy to battle an invading force. It all leads up to the secret origin of the universe itself, as Captain Universe races to decipher the code hidden in the Avengers' recent adventures! Jonathan Hickman takes Earth's Mightiest Heroes to the next level with big threats, big ideas and big idealism. These are the Avengers NOW! Collecting Avengers (2012) #1-6.

152 pages, $19.99.


Written by Dennis Hopeless and Cullen Bunn, penciled and cover by Salvador Larroca.

As tensions rise between Cable's X-Force and the Uncanny Avengers, Cable's precognitive visions grow increasingly relentless. X-Force must race against the clock to stop each terrible vision from coming true -- but what happens if they fail? As the stakes grow higher, Domino and Colossus team up for the heist of the century -- but their mounting feelings for one another might keep them from pulling off the mission! And when Cable and Havok come face-to-face, can Cable convince his uncle his cause is just? Elsewhere, Hope embarks upon a futuristic adventure with an unexpected mentor. Can she save her adopted father from the Uncanny Avengers -- and from himself? And in the wake of this tumultuous battle, what will be the future of Cable's X-Force? Collecting Cable and X-Force #10-14.

112 pages, $16.99.


Written by Jeph Loeb, penciled and cover by Ed McGuinness.

The new Human Rocket roars into action! Sam Alexander is a kid bound by the gravity of a small town -- and a father whose ridiculous, drunken fairy tales about a "Nova Corps" were just another heavy burden. But lucky for Sam, gravity soon won't even matter -- and those troubles will be a billion miles away. It's a boy, a helmet and an intergalactic legacy! As Sam trains with the Guardians of Galaxy's Gamora and Rocket Raccoon, the helmet leads Nova into intergalactic conflict that will affect the entire Marvel Universe! Mysteries are revealed in this breathtaking new series! Collecting Nova (2013) #1-5 and material from Point One #1 and Marvel Now! Point One #1.

160 pages, $19.99.


Written by Brian Wood, penciled by Alvaro Martinez, cover by Dave Johnson.

"World War X" is here! It's Tian vs. Utopia as Jean Grey takes on Kitty Pryde! Will the planet be torn apart when the two mutant nations go to war? Alliances are broken, sides are chosen and betrayals abound. But after a sneak attack on Utopia, and Jean's strict warning that the rest of the world should stay out of the war, will the global mutant-on-mutant conflict finally unite mutantkind -- or divide them forever? As the war claims its first casualties, Kitty becomes a revolutionary redux, Mach Two displays startling new powers, and James Hudson proves he's more than just his father's son! But when Utopia hatches an insane plan to end the war, will anyone remain standing to pick up the pieces? Collecting Ultimate Comics X-Men #29-33.

112 pages, $17.99.


Written by Dan Slott, penciled by Juan Bobillo, Paul Pelletier, Scott Kolins and more, cover by Adi Granov. Everyone's favorite Jade Giantess, She-Hulk, has returned for tons of fun -- both on and off the field of battle! As a superhuman lawyer, She-Hulk has tried some of the strangest cases on Earth. But now, Shulkie is heading into deep space to practice Universal Law! And upon her return, the emerald enchantress matches muscles with Hercules -- but it's going to take brains, not brawn, to get the Prince of Power out of some Herculean legal problems. Plus: No one hates She-Hulk more than Titania! What makes her one of the deadliest threats in the universe? And how is Hawkeye's fate tied to She-Hulk's latest case? Dan Slott's fan-favorite run is collected in two massive volumes, so join She-Hulk as she deals with the bizarre legal problems of the Marvel Universe! Collecting SHE-HULK (2004) #1-12 and SHE-HULK (2005) #1-5.

416 pages, $34.99.


Written by Kevin Shinick, penciled by Stephen Segovia, cover by Clayton Crain.

Locked away in an asylum, Carnage may finally be gone for good -- but his fellow inmates have other plans. Can they successfully wake the monster? Or will this hideous experiment create the most powerful, dangerous, maniacal Carnage yet -- a Superior Carnage? After performing unspeakable acts in the name of science, the Wizard releases Carnage into the world as his personal agent of evil! But can the new Frightful Four control its latest member? And lest you think we forgot, it's the moment you've been waiting for: Superior Carnage vs. Superior Spider-Man, with enough blood and bluster to rival Sunday nights on HBO! Can the Wizard pull one last trick out of his hat, or has Carnage been unleashed for good? It's a story so grotesquely gratifying you won't be able to look away! Collecting Superior Carnage #1-5.

112 pages, $17.99.


Written by Chris Yost & and Erik Burnham, penciled by Carlo Barberi, David Baldeon, Pat Olliffe and Tim Green Ii, cover by Ryan Stegman.

Everything has changed for Kaine. His second chance at life is over. Now, at his lowest point, Kaine comes face-to-face with the one man who's fueled his obsession, hate and guilt his entire life: Ben Reilly, the original Scarlet Spider! Alone, adrift, beaten and lost, Kaine's body is broken -- and his soul is next. Enter the Hunter -- but what does Kraven really want? It's not what you might think. Plus: Kaine's supporting cast is about to pay the price of being his friend. And after the immense sacrifices Kaine must make to survive, he is faced with a choice -- one that may see him leaving his new life forever. But is there a place for the Scarlet Spider anywhere in this world? The answers will surprise you as Kaine's story comes to a close! Collecting Scarlet Spider (2012) #21-25.

112 pages, $15.99.


Written by Andy Diggle, penciled by Adi Granov and Agustin Alessio, cover by Adi Granov.

When a top-secret orbital research station is dragged from the sky by an unknown alien force, Captain America finds himself caught between two global superpowers on the brink of war! But how does it involve Volkov -- a decorated WWII Russian officer who disappeared on an ill-fated lunar mission more than forty years ago? And how is Cap's shield the key to the mystery of this deadly alien force? As the Russian army mobilizes to lock down the station's remote Siberian crash site, Captain America's mission is to find the survivors and bring them back alive -- or silence them forever. But as mutated foes swarm the Russian squad, even Cap is unprepared for the horror that awaits them all in the icy wilderness. Because something has survived. Something alien. And it is awake! Collecting Captain America: Living Legend #1-4.

96 pages, $12.99.


Written by Roger Stern, John Byrne, Bill Mantlo, Jim Shooter, David Michelinie, Al Milgrom, Jm Dematteis, David Anthony Kraft and more, penciled by John Byrne, Gene Colan, Lee Elias, Mike Zeck and Alan Kupperberg, cover by John Byrne.

Even for Captain America, life has rarely been this eventful! Battling the robotic Dragon Man above New York, considering a run for president, and saving Manhattan from fiery destruction at the hands of Batroc and Mr. Hyde is all in a day's work. And a trip to England proves to be no vacation, either, as Cap encounters the vampire Baron Blood and the chilling Ghost of Greymoor Castle! Back home in the States, our hero learns Hollywood plans to make a Captain America movie -- the only problem is, his greatest foe, the Red Skull, has a very different script in mind! Finally, Cap must prevent Morgan MacNeil Hardy from rewriting the American dream -- but can even Spider-Man help him stop the cyborg Sultan from destroying Washington, D.C.? Collecting Captain America (1968) #247-266 and Annual #5.

496 pages, $34.99.


Written by Kieron Gillen and Rob Rodi, penciled by Doug Braithwaite, Pasqual Ferry, Rich Elson, Whilce Portacio and Mitch Breitweiser, cover by Stephanie Hans.

Loki has been reborn as a child, but will he be Asgard's savior? Fear Itself looms, and the Serpent threatens Earth! The mortals' only hope is that Thor can fulfill an ancient prophecy, but the plan is doomed to fail without help from young Loki. The former Lord of Lies' only chance of success is to use all the skills of deceit that made him so hated in his past life. But will the reborn godling find redemption -- or damn himself further? And in the war's aftermath, Nightmare is gathering enough energy to rule the world -- and the mother lode is inside Loki's mind. Aided by an undead handmaiden and a demon puppy, Loki will risk everything on a scheme so crazy, it could only have been hatched by a God of Mischief! Collecting Journey Into Mystery (1952) #622-636 and #626.1.

392 pages, $34.99.


Written by Brian Michael Bendis and Kelly Sue DeConnick, penciled by Emanuela Lupacchino, cover by Dustin Weaver

The sequel to the critically acclaimed, best-selling graphic novel Richard Castle's Deadly Storm! In this "adaptation" of Derrick Storm's second novel, the private investigator is hired to bug an African head of state's hotel suite -- but the routine mission quickly spirals out of control when Storm overhears a woman's terrifying scream on the wire. Plagued by the victim's helpless cry, Storm -- despite an ominous warning -- investigates. Soon, he'll discover an international conspiracy reaching further than he ever imagined -- and perhaps the truth about Clara Strike, a CIA agent the world thinks is dead!

112 pages, $14.99.


Written, penciled and cover by Jim Starlin.

At '70s Marvel, no one mastered the startling scope and high-concept complexity of cosmic adventure like Jim Starlin! And his work on Adam Warlock set the tone for star-spanning spectacle that is considered a high-water mark to this day. Starlin evolved Warlock to the next level, imbuing the character with the inner demons of a man-god on the brink of insanity. Forced to confront an evil version of himself and the nihilistic menace Thanos, Warlock's conflicts weren't just knuckle-grinding throw-downs -- they were epic, existential struggles for his very soul. Featuring the first-ever assembling of the Infinity Gems; the debuts of Gamora and Pip the Troll; and an all-out struggle to save the universe joined by the Avengers, Captain Marvel and Spider-Man! Collecting Strange Tales (1951) #178-181, Warlock (1972) #9-15, Avengers Annual #7 and Marvel Two-In-One Annual #2.

328 pages, $34.99.

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