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In order for a new line of “Justice League” titles to emerge from next month’s relaunch, the current “Justice League of America” title has to wrap up.
The seventh installment of “The Stuff of Legend” brings a story of vengeance at the hands of the Jester.
Splinters of “Fear Itself” advance here and there and a little bit in this very issue. At least they were supposed to advance a little bit, right?
As “Flashpoint” nears the finish line, the miniseries also draw to a close, or at least they end. Some of the action is “to be continued,” naturally.
More “Flashpoint” miniseries starting pointing back to the main series for the conclusion.
DC’s Retroactive line hits the 1980s, with big hair, breakdancers, and bad outfits. That’s right, the Motor City Justice League is back.
Johnny Blaze hits the jungles of South America on his bike, looking for a little quality time with the new Ghost Rider.
For the second time since "Crisis on Infinite Earths," Booster Gold's self-titled comic book series ends.
One Captain America has already fallen to Sin, the daughter of the Red Skull. Another takes the fight back to her as Thor battles a possessed Hulk and Thing.
The first part of "Spider-Island" opens here, with "The Amazing Spider-Manhattan." Spider- powers for (almost) everyone!
The other "American Vampire" story keeps going. This one follows Cash McCogan and Felicia Book on their mission as Vassals of the Morning Star.
Haven't you heard there's a new Spider-Man in town? The rest of the issue is pretty good too.
"Dark Times" continues to explore the galaxy of Star Wars in the early days of the Empire.
Moon Knight and Echo go on a date (of sorts) and wind up running afoul of the Night Shift.
Batman and Joker go at it for the bajillionth time. This time, however, it's different. In more ways than one.
Robert Kirkman and Rob Liefeld give you a new Image comics read that involves time travel and plays to Liefeld's over-the-top, weapons-laden, shoulder-pad-bearing tendencies to drawing characters.
Etrigan. Ragman. Batman. I thought you really wouldn’t need much more for a good comic. Yeah. I was wrong.
Odin and Galactus engage in battle the likes of which hasn’t been seen in comics in quite some time.
Scott Snyder writing Joker, James Gordon, James Junior, Dick Grayson, and Barbara Gordon. Yes sir, this is going to be a good story.
The first volume of "Marineman" wraps up, leaving Steve Ocean and his supporting cast completely different than the way they were six issues ago. Oh, and there's a dude with an octopus for his head.