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T'Challa takes a stroll on the spiritual side of things while his sister, Shuri, continues her quest to become Wakanda's next champion.
Hulk, Iron Man, Hercules, Wasp, Jocasta, Vision, U. S. Agent, Stature, Amadeus Cho and Edwin Jarvis are the Mighty Avengers and this is the story of their battle against Chthon.
BOOM! Studios has given Mark Waid room to try out some ideas. "Irredeemable" is one of those ideas, and offers a different take on the superhero concept -- especially the part about power and responsibility.
BOOM! Studios next Pixar/Disney title zooms into comic shops this week and CBR has an advanced review.
The Superman-less adventures of the "Superman" comic start here. With Kal-El bound for New Krypton, his title presses on with Mon-El and the Guardian sharing the burden of entertaining the readers.
"Return of the King" continues as Wilson Fisk has an offer for Daredevil, just as Daredevil's world fills with turmoil once more.
Once again, "Justice League of America" gets sidetracked, this time to catch up with how the events of the DCU affect the League. Hint: it's not a big happy issue.
"Rise of the Olympian" continues here with characters rising, falling, being thrown about, and maybe even dropped on their heads.
"Proof" follows the adventures of Bigfoot in 1850s London as he trails Spring-Heeled Jack. Believe me, it's even more interesting than that.
Christos N. Gage chooses to introduce a character by forcing him to stand on his own two feet. There's no marquee superhero here to share the spotlight – just Reptil.
Mark Waid continues to build universes over at Boom!! and "Potter's Field" is a little corner very much worth checking out.
Even if the event of this book were just the cover, it would be a success. "Invincible" #60 has a lot of action packed inside that extra-wide cover.
"Black Lightning: Year One" ends, just as you knew it would with this sixth (of six) issues. Van Meter and Hamner deliver a solid conclusion.
No one does a frenetic, energy-filled cover like Walt Simonson. If he'd only taken the virtual camera back a little on this one, it would have looked a lot different.
"Prelude to War" in "X-Force" #13 features less of the prelude and more of the war this team has already been involved with.
A trip into one of the realms beyond reality finds Drax and Quasar fighting a fight against a most unexpected foe.
"Amazing Spider-Girl" comes to an end once more, with DeFalco, Frenz and Buscema gathered for the party.
This is not the issue to jump in with, but if you're silly enough to do so, you'll find a voyeuristic demon, a crash-course in driving, and one confident mystical cat-burglar.
A "day in the life" issue fills the gap from last issue's throwdown with the JLA and the big "Titan"-ic crossover looming next month.
Mercy Thompson's four-color floppy adventures continue in this issue. I'm not sure of the intended schedule, but this issue was well worth the four-month wait.