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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.
Gambit and his partner in crime take on godlike creatures as their adventure comes to a close in "Gambit" #4 by James Asmus and Clay Mann.
"Captain America and Black Widow" #638 by Cullen Bunn and Francesco Francavilla continues to explore Kashmir Vennema and the multiverse as our heroes find themselves trapped in a wasteland dimension.
Wolverine's early years get a darkly appropriate re-imagining by Jason Starr, Roland Boschi and Connor Willumsen in "Wolverine MAX" #1
Kelly Sue DeConnick and artist Emma Rios deliver a beautiful "Captain Marvel" #5 with a killer cliffhanger ending.
Kieron Gillen and Steve Kurth bring us the continued aftermath of "AvX," which is to say the fate of Scott Summers, in "AvX: Consequences" #2.
Matt Fraction and David Aja continue to show the world what superhero comics can and should be with "Hawkeye" #3.
War has come to bear in Brian Wood's "Ultimate Comics X-Men" as Kitty's team faces bold successes at war before a cliffhanger that could prove devastating.
Things come to a head within Storm's team, as loyalties and betrayals are revealed in Brian Wood and David López's last issue of their fantastic "X-Men" run.
A lovely collection of Adrian Tomine's "New York Drawings," which includes much of his work from "The New Yorker," a few strips, a new introduction strip and some rare sketchbook work.
Red She-Hulk gets her own series in the chaos of Marvel NOW! courtesy Jeff Parker and Carlo Pagulayan and, quite appropriately, tears everything up.
Things come to a head in "Dial H" #5 as our heroes band together to fight Abyss and repair their dial.
The Defenders appear to be back home in "Defenders" #11, only to find it being ravaged by a "Death Celestial."
Kieron Gillen gives readers a look inside Scott Summers' head for "Uncanny X-Men" #19 as he morphs from the lone remaining Phoenix into Dark Phoenix and back to himself again.
Jeff Lemire takes a look at John Constantine's past and gives some insight into his early relationship with Zatanna in "Justice League Dark" #0.
Joshua Hale Fialkov and Andrea Sorrentino give readers the long awaited origin story of our anti-hero Andrew Bennett in "I, Vampire" #0.
Brian Wood and David López continue their excellent X-Men run that effortlessly blends big ideas and more intimate character work into good solid superhero comics.
In times of real trouble for the United States, "Ultimate Comics Spider-Man" sees Miles considering joining the biggest heroes around: The Ultimates.
Batwoman #0 is full of beautiful art and one well-considered moment that makes it all well worth reading.