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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"
The mysterious redhead returns in Matt Fraction and David Aja's "Hawkeye" #8, causing all sorts of problems for our hero, both personally and professionally.
Ryan North, Shelli Paroline and Braden Lamb's "Adventure Time" #13 proves to be another hilariously smart issue and a fantastic companion to the television show.
Carol fights crime as Captain Marvel while denying the idea that she may be seriously ill in Kelly Sue DeConnick, Christopher Sebela, and Filipe Andrade's "Captain Marvel" #10.
Geoff Johns and David Finch's "Justice League of America" #1 is a typical team origin story. No more, no less.
Deena Pilgrim and Christian Walker are back and they've been promoted to Federal Agents in Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Avon Oeming's relaunched "Powers" series -- "Powers: Bureau" #1.
Two Runaways go head to head with the Avengers Academy students after attempting a team up gone wrong in Dennis Hopeless' latest issue of "Avengers Arena."
Brian Michael Bendis and Chris Bachalo take readers behind the scenes of the new mutant rebellion as Cyclops continues to build his team and a mysterious figure feeds S.H.I.E.L.D all his secrets in "Uncanny X-Men" #1.
Brian Michael Bendis and David Marquez's "All-New X-Men" #7 finds Mystique seizing the opportunity to make the X-Men more confused than ever by playing games with a naïve Scott Summers, while Scott digs up the past of his future.
Brian Ralph's "Daybreak" is an intimate and engrossing art-house take on the traditional zombie story.
Terry Moore's "Rachel Rising" continues to impress as characters stand their ground, others escape only to be found again, and Jet's fate remains unsure.
Kathryn Immonen and Valerio Schiti's "Journey Into Mystery" #648 launches Sif into "our world" for her continued adventures, sure to be filled with glorious violence.
Jeff Lemire, Ray Fawkes and Mikel Janin's "Justice League: Dark" #16 finds the team unraveling as everything they are begins to fail them.
Stunning visuals raise J.H. Williams III and W. Haden Blackman's "Batwoman" #16 up to epic fantastical heights, but too many characters and too much narration drags it back down into flawed reality.
James Asmus and a massive team of artists chip in to bring readers "Gambit" #8, but the art team drops the ball and a slew of errors and inconsistencies drag things down.
Ann Nocenti and Rafa Sandoval's "Catwoman" #16 gets some things right but also continues to get far too much wrong four issues into their creative pairing.
It's "date night" at the Jean Grey School For Higher Learning, which in Jason Aaron and David López's "Wolverine & The X-Men" #24 apparently means a surprising amount of making out (and attempted making out).