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Roger Stern joins Team Webhead for a very special Juggernaut-centric Spider-Man story that starts with Peter Parker getting a Spider-sense induced migraine.
BAMF! It's an all-new re-telling of the origin of Nightcrawler. As a bonus, you also get a reprint of the first three pages of Nightcrawler's first appearance.
The former sidekick formerly known as Speedy wakes up and nothing will ever be the same again!!!
In the words of one of the main characters, ". . . we're wasting our time and trying to change a world that doesn't want to be changed." I disagree. This isn't a waste of time, this is a good read.
The Siege of Asgard continues to rage on as this tale adds threads to the fabric woven in "Siege" proper.
The Thunderbolts -- Norman Osborn's Thunderbolts -- are on a quest in the realm of Asgard. This quest, of course, leads to trouble.
This issue is being billed as the penultimate chapter to "Blackest Night." I kinda thought that designation was fulfilled with "Blackest Night" #7, but I guess not. Semantics.
X-23 is treated to a reunion with her co-stars from "NYX" and they meet one of her new co-stars. It's not as compelling as it sounds here.
While I love it when a plan comes together, this comic could have used a bit more of a plan.
Moon Knight vs. Bushman again for the bajillionth time. This time, however, Khonshu is in Moon Knight's corner, calling for him to bite off Bushman's face.
Spidey may have had trouble with one Rhino before, now it's Rhino vs. Rhino in a winner take all battle.
JMS continues to play in the DC Universe sandbox. Here he dusts off some fan favorites for a really unusual team-up.
"Doomwar" is nowhere near as entertaining as "Siege," but then again, it doesn't set out to be. This is a story that plays from the shadows and foxholes of war.
Hulks rise, Hulks fall, Hulks smash. This one is mostly red Hulk.
As far as penultimate issues go, this one is intense: old favorites return, epic battles occur, and the last page is a doozy.
This is Tony Isabella's personal reflection on the "1000 Comic Books You Must Read," and it is an interesting start to an idea that could really grow some legs.
The second part of a crossover with "Batgirl" continues here, with explosions and butt-kicking (not necessarily in that order)
It was bound to happen. This "Batgirl" series hits its hiccup issue. Hopefully it doesn’t get derailed by it.
Green Arrow's actions in "Justice League: Cry for Justice" come to light here, and the reaction is just what you'd expect. After all, there wouldn't be much of a story otherwise, right?