O Say Can You See: The Greatest Patriotic Super Heroes of All-Time
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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.
Selina Kyle gets another new origin story for Zero Month, courtesy of Ann Nocenti and Adriana Melo in "Catwoman" #0 -- sort of -- and it's a mess.
Cullen Bunn and Francesco Francavilla bring readers part one of a compelling mystery staring Captain America and Black Widow, potentially on opposite sides in "Captain America and Black Widow" #636.
Jason Aaron and Chris Bachalo bring an odd tale about (and from the perspective of) Kade Kilgore, King of the Hellfire Club, and in one way or another, a future player in the lives of the X-Men.
Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo bring a rare look at Bruce Wayne before he became Batman in "Batman" #0.