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Four short tales focusing on different aspects of Scratch9 make up this first issue of "Scratch9: Cat Tails #1" by creator Rob M. Worley and a variety of talented artists.
Mark Waid and Javier Rodriguez deliver an effortless tale that is quintessentially Matt Murdoch and Daredevil in "Daredevil" #29.
A strong and gorgeous start to Simon Oliver, Robbi Rodriguez, and Rico Renzi's new Vertigo series "Collider."
Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie's "Young Avengers" #8 finds the team split, both parts stranded in very dangerous dimensions.
In Rick Remender and Daniel Acuña's "Uncanny Avengers" #8 the team officially splits off on their own investigations. It can't end well.
Joshua Hale Fialkov and Leonard Kirk deliver a comic both intimate and epic with "Hunger" #1.
Poor "Justice League Dark" #22 by Jeff Lemire and Mikel Janin -- still floundering and trying desperately to become the great book it so wants to be -- gets drawn into the latest company crossover.
Kelly Sue DeConnick, Matteo Buffagni and Pepe Larraz's "Avengers Assemble" #17 drives "The Enemy Within" storyline toward its final conclusion.
Peter J. Tomasi and Patrick Gleason get so much right in "Batman and Catwoman" #22 that it's enough to wish for an ongoing title featuring the pair.
Sam Humphries "Uncanny X-Force" #8 has been stumbling badly almost since the beginning, this month it falls flat on its face.
Matt Fraction's "Hawkeye" rolls on as one of the best books around, even with guest artists -- of course when Francesco Francavilla is the guest artist, it's an easy feat to accomplish.
Even with bit players as the key focus to this new mini-series, "Adventure Time: Candy Capers" #1 by Ananth Panagariya, Yuko Ota, and Ian McGinty still manages to be a whole lot of fun.
Valiant scores again with another great first issue: "Quantum and Woody" #1 by James Asmus and Tom Fowler.
Lee Weeks' "Daredevil: Dark Nights" #2 unveils a superhero truth rarely explored so honestly in most superhero comics.
Leo calls on his brother to help him go after the insanely dangerous Memento Mori in Mike Carey and Elena Casagrande's "Suicide Risk" #3.
Spanning millions of years and with a fascinating and disturbing mystery at its center, Scott Snyder and Sean Murphy's "The Wake" #2 is a force to be reckoned with in comics storytelling.
Three short tales from the world of "Mouse Guard," by three talented creators, in this second volume of "Legend of the Guard" tales from Archaia.
Tim Seeley and Mike Norton turn it up a notch in "Revival" #11 and give readers a good long look at the supernatural element(s) roaming the woods.
Though it stands easily on its own, "Demeter" is the third story in a trilogy of stunningly haunting black and white comics by Becky Cloonan where nothing is quite what it seems.
"A+X" #9 features two stories about rescuing Doctor Strange. First up is a Wolverine/Captain America team up in the Congo by Nathan Edmondson and Humberto Ramos; followed by a David Lapham romp starring Pixie, Eye Boy, and Quentin Quire.