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Ms. Marvel makes it back to New York to confront the invading Skrulls in an action-heavy, Carol-focussed story.
Marvel’s teen heroes meet up once again for a crossover, turning this into a semi-regular event. Chris Yost writes, with Takeshi Miyazawa providing art.
There are comics that CBR Reviewers really fall in love with. Then there's this one.
Wood and Burchielli continue "Blood in the Game." It's election season in the DMZ but Parco Delgado’s campaign is halted by an assassination attempt. Can Matty and his mother hold it together?
New artist Nick Runge joins Brian Lynch on the official “Season 6” comic. Angel reunites the gang and defeats the bad guys - but what’s Gunn’s big plan?
Wood and Kelly bring Megan’s life full circle as she returns home after years away, an emotional ending to a fantastic series.
Captain Britain is dead, and the rest of MI-13 have to pick up the pieces in the midst of a Skrull invasion.
A Skrull-themed anthology title plugs continuity holes and picks up dangling threads, but does it offer anything to people who aren’t "Secret Invasion" completists?
Yet another "Wolverine" one-shot fails to justify the high price point, this time with a lead by "Gutsville"’s Simon Spurrier and a backup by Rick Remender.
In this wake of last issue’s success, Dave has become a hero, but Millar and Romita go to great lengths to show that the first victory isn’t even remotely the end of it.
Adam Pollina returns to comics and threatens to show everyone how it’s done, teaming with Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa to retell Angel’s origin story.
Kyle, Yost and Crain ensure that blood flies (again) as Wolfsbane gets her claws into a few characters, and Angel finds that his connection to Apocalypse might not be as severed as he thought.
Brian Bendis is joined by artist Butch Guice to expose the wider conspiracy behind the Ultimate Universe’s superhumans.
Ms. Marvel continues her search for answers in a "Secret Invasion" tie-in that places a little too much emphasis on soap rather than superheroics.
Stuart Moore steps in as writer while the Knaufs take a breather, beginning a new four part story that retains the established tone and style of the title nicely.
Captain America comes back from the dead! Well, one of them does, anyway. Brubaker and Epting continue a legendary run on the title.
While an improvement over the opening issue due to a decreased focus on the “New X-Men” cast, "Divided We Stand" still feels largely skippable except for hardcore mutant completists.
Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa returns to the Fantastic Four and, at the same time, grabs hold of a decade-old dangling thread with the return of occasional "F4" supporting character, Lyja, in this Secret Invasion tie-in.
Dan Slott returns as main writer, with Marcos Martin guesting on art as Peter becomes a paparazzo and two new villainesses debut.
David Lapham's one shot doesn't live up to his other critically-acclaimed books. This collection of shorts is ultimately underwhelming.