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"Hero Squared" returns to Boom! for a final (?) series. If you haven't read "Hero Squared" before, this might be a good hopping on point.
Under a "Dark Reign," the Black Panther prowls back onto the new comic stand. While there aren't any deep identity revelations in this issue, there is a decent story.
The twelfth installment of the triangle number renaissance is also the first post-"New Krypton" issue in the Man of Steel's primary title. Add in a little Parasite and some Zod and this is an interesting direction to be pointed in.
Faith to Kali Yuga! Kobra rises again to threaten the sanctity of the DC Universe in this "Faces of Evil" one shot.
The penultimate chapter in the adventures of Jaime Reyes finds the "Blue Beetle" once more balancing legacy, family and friends. While this might be the second-to-last issue of this title, it's not too late to join the fun.
"It's a trap!" Those infamous words, bellowed by the most famous of all Mon Calamari echoed through my ears as I decided to give this issue a go. Is it really a trap? Read on. . .
The initial story of "Dragon Prince" from Ron Marz and Lee Moder, wraps with this issue featuring a family reunion rivaling the Skywalkers in "Return of the Jedi."
Disparate art styles mar an otherwise fine issue of Marvel's cosmic adventure series.
"New Krypton" is over! Long live New Krypton! The first story to deal with the throng of Kryptonians following the ten-part "New Krypton" arc presents new challenges for Supergirl.
The new "Mighty Avengers" fits well into the new "Dark Reign" Marvel Universe, with Henry Pym leading a new "Avengers" team worthy of the name.
"Marvel Adventures Super Heroes" quietly offers up an enjoyable slugfest between Thor and Cobra this issue. Yes, of course the story also includes Loki and Odin.
"War Machine" hits high and hard. This issue focuses on Rhodey's dedication to his supporting cast and uses some stunning visuals to get the job done.
Andrew Kreisberg gets rolling on his first story arc in this issue featuring Merlyn and a tie in to DC's "Faces of Evil" event wannabe.
Knowing is half the battle, and reading is a way to win that battle. Click on in to find out what you can expect in this latest attempt to relaunch the G. I. Joe comic franchise.
"The Resurrection of Ma Gnucci" continues here, complete with a battle-damaged pumpkin, a couple explosions, a little bloodshed and some stitches.
Jonah Hex makes a stand for his local saloon and that stand happens to put him up against prohibitionists and escaped convicts. Take a load off and have a read.
Spider-Man and the Man-Thing meet up again, as they have before. Except this time, it's not much of a team-up as it is a creepy stalker story.
Mari Jiwe McCabe continues her adventures in her homeland as Intergang bubbles to the surface. Cameos by some Justice Leaguers and some solid fighting round out this issue
Solomon Grundy, born on Monday. Printed in comic book form and released on Wednesday. This issue follows Grundy after "The Tornado's Path".
Phil Sheldon's journey through the Marvel Universe continues. However, this issue focuses squarely on Phil as his own universe is in the midst of some serious upheaval.