O Say Can You See: The Greatest Patriotic Super Heroes of All-Time
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Meredith Gran's "Marceline and the Scream Queens" Adventure Time mini-series comes to an end, with solid lessons about friendship, anxiety, and the pressure of expectation without ever feeling heavy handed or cloying.
Grace Randolph and Russell Dauterman continue to explore the private lives of superheroes and their families in issue #2 of the ongoing "Supurbia" series.
Domino and Daredevil team up to take down Armitage in Seth Peck, Paul Azaceta, and Matthew Southworth's "X-Men" #39.
Aaron Stack continues to hunt Red She-Hulk, while Red She-Hulk continues to hunt down the super soldier program in Jeff Parker, Carlo Pagulayan and Wellington Alves' "Red She-Hulk" #60.
"Avengers" gets a reboot with the all-star creative team of Jonathan Hickman and Jerome Opeña as well as a surprisingly new-reader friendly story.
"Captain America and Black Widow" #639 by Cullen Bunn and Francesco Francavilla stumbles a bit, but sets up the final issue of this arc nicely.
The original five "young" X-Men have been jaunted by a dying Beast to the present in a last ditch attempt to change recent horrifying events in this stellar second issue of "All-New X-Men" by Brian Michael Bendis and Stuart Immonen.
The war is over, so what does that mean for our heroes? We find out in Brian Wood and Filipe Andrade's "Ultimate Comics X-Men" #18.1
The much awaited final installment of Linda Medley's "Castle Waiting: Volume 2" #18 nicely ties up the Castle Waiting characters while setting the stage for the story to continue at anytime.
It's Catwoman vs. The Joker (but only sort of) in Ann Nocenti and Rafa Sandoval's "Catwoman" #14.
Katherine Immonen and Valerio Schiti take over "Journey Into Mystery" and put Sif in the driver's seat for this journey of the epic and incredibly personal.
Alternate "Ame-Comi" Universe Batgirl Barbara Gordon and Carrie as her sidekick Robin mix things up with a bevy of baddies in Jimmy Palmiotti, Justin Gray and Sanford Greene's "Ame-Comi II: Batgirl."
Angel takes on a primary role in recruiting new mutants for the Jean Grey School in "Wolverine & The X-Men" #20 by Jason Aaron and guest artist Steve Sanders.
Volume 1 of Denise Mina, Leonardo Manco, and Andrea Mutti's adaptation of Stieg Larsson's "The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo" isn't a bad book but it can't live up to the superior source material.
Created by Matt Gagnon and Felipe Smith, "Freelancers" #1 has a primary story by Ian Brill and Joshua Covey -- it's a lot for $0.99, but ultimately, a disappointing first issue.
"Uncanny X-Force" #33 continues Rick Remender and Phil Noto's "Final Execution" with a gruesome showdown between Nightcrawler and Blob.
Gerry Duggan, Brian Posehn and Tony Moore deliver a rollicking adventure chock full of laughs in "Deadpool" #1 as the Merc With A Mouth takes on a cadre of dead presidents.
Dan Abnett and I.N.J. Culbard's excellent "The New Deadwardians" mini-series comes to a solid conclusion with issue #8.
Steve Niles and Glenn Fabry bring an unlikely horror mini-series with lots of potential to DC with "Lot 13" #1.
"A+X" #1 tells two very short but mostly satisfying tales -- the first has Dan Slott and Ron Garney pairing up Captain America and Cable, while the second has Jeph Loeb and Dale Keown doubling up on doses of Wolverine and The Hulk.