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The latest "Danger Girl" mini-series "Trinity" #1 by writer Andy Hartnell features three artists for each of the ladies stories: John Royle, Harvey Tolibao, and Stephen Molnar.
Maggie settles into her new life, but finds she's not as far from Rick's plans as she may have suspected in Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard's "The Walking Dead" #109.
Dennis Hopeless and Alessandro Vitti's "Avengers Arena" #7 takes a side trip (and a step back in time) to discover how Arcade came up with his idea and a bit more detail as to what the Arena is. Hint: it's an arena.
Brian Michael Bendis and Chris Bachalo's "Uncanny X-Men" #4 could easily be subtitled "Ripped From The Gutters of "All-New X-Men" #10" -- and it's exceedingly clever.
Suffering from bi-polar disorder, artist Tim has found that living "sane" is pretty unbearable, but when he takes matters into his own hands he finds that there may be more to his insanity than originally thought in "Polarity" #1.
Cyclops and Co. create a New Xavier School and come looking for their student body at Wolverine's Jean Grey School in Brian Michael Bendis and Stuart Immonen's "All-New X-Men" #10.
Utterly unlike any superhero comic to come before it, Joe Keatinge and Ross Campbell's final issue of "Glory" is as stunningly unexpected as nearly the entire groundbreaking run.
Magic proves too unwieldy and obscure to feel like a satisfying story in the latest "Justice League Dark" by Ray Fawkes, Jeff Lemire, and Mikel Janin.
The town of Manson and its citizens begin to suffer horrible penance for past crimes in the form of literal vermin in Terry Moore's "Rachel Rising" #15.
The Birds of Prey, their roster hardly recognizable from its relaunch, also gets a new writer in the form of Christy Marx in "Birds of Prey" #18.
Reader responses will rocket from hilarity to relief to heartbreak and back again as Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples deliver an emotionally powerful "Saga" #11.
Dani Moonstar kicks some bad guy butt but gets captured anyway, while Valkyrie, Misty Knight and Dr. Annabelle Riggs head to Asgardia in Cullen Bunn and Will Sliney's "The Fearless Defenders" #2.
An uneven issue by Ann Nocenti and Alex Sanchez continues to explore Katana's revenge mission and awkwardly jams in her recruitment to "Justice League of America."
Brian Wood and "Supergirl" artist Mahmud Asrar team up for "Ultimate Comics X-Men" #24, as secret plans are revealed and an old character reasserts her dominance.
Aaron Stack and Red She-Hulk are on the run from S.H.I.E.L.D. only to find themselves faced with a new threat underground in Jeff Parker, Carlo Pagulayan, and Wellinton Alves "Red She-Hulk" #63.
Two short stories, one by Kathryn Immonen and David LaFuente featuring Iron Fist and Doop; and the second by Kieron Gillen and Joe Bennett staring Kid Loki and Mr. Sinister both prove to be a damn good time in the fifth issue of Marvel's "A+X.&q
Katie Cook and Andy Price bring the ponies' epic quest to a close as they face off with Queen Chrysalis in "My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic" #4.
"The Jen" goes out on a date and Mik, Korr, Turg, and Tong try to ruin it with maniacal help from Bentley-23, but the reveal of Bentley's mentor is what will blow your mind in Matt Fraction and Michael Allred's "FF" #4.
An old friend surprises the team and Spiral with her young mutant charge in tow, and everything is decidedly not as it seems in Sam Humphries and Ron Garney's "Uncanny X-Force" #2.
Paul Jenkins and Carlos Magno continue to pit superhero against superhero as the characters struggle to uncover what is behind "Deathmatch"