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Your worshipfulness and her pal, Han Solo, invite you on an adventure loosely set between "Star Wars: A New Hope" and "Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back". Of course the hyperdrive is fixed. Yes, Chewbacca is there too.
The S-shield numbering flips here, starting with a new #1, and changing to a red background. Appropriate considering "Codename: Patriot" involves a bit of military posturing.
The all-new Doom Patrol hit the shelves and one of the members checks out. Why the Doom Patrol? "'Challengers of the Unknown'" was already taken," says Robotman.
War Machine's attempts to shut down Ultimo bring him into direct conflict with his former West Coast Avengers allies and the C.E.O. of Stark Solutions.
Old school Iron Man fans might be crying "Foul!" over this book, but the original Armor Wars was over twenty years ago. Things have changed, and this story is definitely targeted at a modern audience.
"They didn't ask to be different or to be heroes" is the epitaph etched into the memorial built upon the grounds of Charles Xavier's School for Gifted Children in Westchester, New York. I didn't ask for this book to be good. Looks
J. Torres and J. Bone – the creative team from "Alison Dare" – join forces in this team-up between Batman and the Doom Patrol.
The Royal Flush Gang attack Las Vegas and the Justice League arrive to thwart them. Well, at least some of the Justice League.
A new era begins for the Justice Society of America -- New members! New threats! New creative team! New review!
The first installment of the Marvel interpretation of this literary classic draws to a close. Don't weep. A follow-up tale is already in progress.
Marvel Adventures hits the rest button here, setting a new course for "Marvel Adventures Spider-Man" under new writer Paul Tobin.
Melissa Gold – Songbird – goes all "Blues Brothers" and tries to get the band back together to take a run at toppling Norman Osborn. Some of the band members are less than interested.
What would you do if a monster attacked your brother? Would you wrestle it? Stab it in the head with a shovel? Run away screaming like a sissy? Two brothers encounter a monster and their lives change forever.
". . . mark my words, no state will escape my attention," says Norman Osborn. We all know what a creep Osborn is, right, kids?
The first round of "Patricia Briggs' Mercy Thompson" wraps up with a werewolf brawl to end it all, except we don't quite see it all.
The first arc of "Power Girl" wraps up in a super-heroic way, complete with a knockdown, drag-out brawl, a team-up, and a threat headed our way next issue.
So I bought a comic with a Red Lantern, a Star Sapphire, and an Orange Lantern in it. No this isn't a joke. Why do you say that?
This issue wraps up the threads dangling from the previous arc with a visit from H.A.M.M.E.R., some slashing, and much exploding.
If you always wanted to see Hydro-Man escape via toilet, then this book is for you. Of course, the fact that this thing clocks in at 100 pages might interest you too. Oh, and Octo-hostages, but no Octo-mom.
As Mr. Incredible asks in this issue, "If you can't trust your family. . . who can you trust?" The first "Incredibles" arc concludes here.