O Say Can You See: The Greatest Patriotic Super Heroes of All-Time
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"Red Sonja: Unchained" #1 from Peter V. Brett and Jack Jadsen has Red Sonja deal with the actions of the last one-shot as she sets up the next tale.
"Bloodshot" #8 from Duane Swierczynski and Manuel Garcia is a fantastic action movie in comic form as Bloodshot battles the children and monsters he finds down in the basement.
"Star Wars" #2 from Brian Wood and Carlos D'anda has Leia assemble her crack squad of fighters to find their spy while Han and Chewie escape the Imperials by fleeing to a location that seems crazy.
"Avengers Assemble Annual" #1 from Christos Gage and Tomm Coker is a character study of the Vision framed by his fight against the Sunturion.
"Red Team" #1 from Garth Ennis and Craig Cermak is an interesting premise of a law enforcement team that murders a suspect, which is held back by the boring development of the hook.
"Green Arrow" #17 from Jeff Lemire and Andrea Sorrentino's debut issue present a major redirection for the character, effectively played with a lead mystery and a much more palatable genre vibe.
"Avengers" #4 by Jonathan Hickman and Adam Kubert drops some history on the new Hyperion and throws down some A.I.M. high science and low blows.
"High Crimes" #1 from Christopher Sebela and Ibrahim Moustafa is a fantastic start to a bold new crime comic centered around dead bodies left on Mt. Everest.
"Adventure Time" #12 from Ryan North, Shelli Paroline and Braden Lamb is a fun and flighty kids comic that packs some laughs as the cast hunts for Ewlbo the wizard.
"Winter Soldier" #14 from Ed Brubaker and Butch Guice is a fitting send off to the character Brubaker helped reinvigorate. The fight against Leo Novokov ends but causes some shockwaves that won't be brushed over.
"FF" #3 from Matt Fraction and Michael Allred is an emotional issue where Scott Lang and Darla Deering dominate proceedings with a chat and an aged Fantastic Four member heralds sour notes.
"Uncanny Avengers” #3 from Rick Remender and John Cassaday is a fight comic with a lot of text. The Red Skull takes aim at the team to bend them to his will.
"Indestructible Hulk" #3 from Mark Waid and Leinil Francis Yu lets Hulk take on the Quintronic Man and adds a few flourishes to the world of the book.
"Savage Wolverine" #1 by Frank Cho is a great pulp Wolverine comic lost behind the eye-catching way Shanna the She-Devil takes over the page in ways not always flattering.
"Conan the Barbarian" #12 from Brian Wood and Declan Shalvey is an astonishingly touching story of Conan struggling to survive against all the death stacked against him in his world.
"Secret Avengers" #36 from Rick Remender and Matteo Scalera is the big penultimate issue, with fights throughout the issue as the series winds down to its conclusion.
"Thor God of Thunder" #4 from Jason Aaron and Esad Ribic continues to drop epic moments as Thor gets closer to the final confrontation with the God Butcher.
"Superior Spider-Man” #1 from Dan Slott and Ryan Stegman is a perfect jumping on point for anyone looking for a little arachnid action in a completely new, and yet still insanely fun, way.
"Iron Man" #5 presents another tightly plotted standalone script written by Kieron Gillen unfortunately mishandled by art from Greg Land.
"New Avengers” #1 from Jonathan Hickman and Steve Epting is really a Black Panther story in disguise. The New Avengers aspect is there, but most of it is either background or impenetrable.