"Batman's" Gotham Was... Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo
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In "Grendel vs. The Shadow" #1 by Matt Wagner, Grendel makes a trip to the past and crosses paths with The Shadow in 1930s New York City.
In "She-Hulk" #8, Jennifer takes a wrongful death case, one with high personal stakes for her so far, since her client is none other than her friend Captain America.
In "Ms. Marvel" #7 by G. Willow Wilson and Jacob Wyatt, Kamala and Wolverine team up to fight off the Inventor's giant mutant sewer alligator.
In "Shutter" #5 by Joe Keatinge and Leila del Duca, Kate Kristopher has a chance to talk with her newly revealed half-brother, Chris Kristopher Jr., and their conversation leads Kate to uncover one of her father's greatest lies.
"Original Sin" #7 by Jason Aaron and Mike Deodato is one big fight, "Nick Fury vs. The World," and the biggest loser is Thor, son of Odin.
In "Alex + Ada" #8, love blooms but doesn't have clear path within a thorny bramble of law and ethics.
In "SIP Kids" #1 by Terry Moore, the original "Strangers in Paradise" characters are all six years old. It's a funny and charming debut that will be especially rewarding for fans of the original series.
In "Aquaman Annual" #2 by Jeff Parker, Yvel Guichet and Alvaro Martinez, Wonder Woman, Aquaman and Mera team up to fight the Giant-Born.
In "Hawkeye" #19 by Matt Fraction and David Aja, Clint is deafened from the injuries inflicted by the Bro Gang but his brother Barney may get him to see, if not hear, reason.
In "Supreme: Blue Rose" #1 by Warren Ellis and Tula Lotay, Diana Dane, ace investigative reporter, gets the biggest story she's ever seen for a potential paycheck beyond her wildest dreams -- but there's a catch.
In "Tüki" #1 by Jeff Smith, Tüki hunts in prehistoric Africa, but an encounter with a wise man of a rival hominid species leads him to venture beyond the three waterfalls of his home territory.
In "Silver Surfer" #4, Dan Slott, Michael Allred and Laura Allred turns the action from outer space adventures to horror and mythological monsters in Dawn's small New England town of Anchor Bay.
In "Batman Eternal" #15, Ray Fawkes, Scott Snyder, James Tynion IV, John Layman, Tim Seeley and Dustin Nguyen pick up the neglected story thread about Batwing and Corrigan at Arkham Asylum.
In "Shutter" #4 by Joe Keatinge and Leila del Duca, Kate visits her childhood home while her would-be assassin Shaw tries to get out of the contract to kill her.
In "Spider-Man 2099" #1 by Peter David and Will Sliney, Miguel O'Hara must corral his hilariously self-centered plutocratic grandfather and fight off a time-travelling armored agent who has a mission to kill him.
"Black Widow" #8 by Nathan Edmondson and Phil Noto feels even more haunted than usual, suffused with melancholia and the specters of what-might-have-beens as she runs into the Winter Soldier on a train heist in Prague.
"Deadpool Vs. X-Force" #1 by Duane Swierczynski and Pepe Larraz is retcons a new first encounter between the Merc with a Mouth and the New Mutants who would become X-Force.
In "Brass Sun" #2 by Ian Edginton and I.N.J. Culbard, Station Master assigns Conductor Seventeen to accompany Wren in the Rails into The Keep, where they are attacked by agents of the Grand Dame.
In "Trees" #2 by Warren Ellis and Jason Howard, the Blindhail researchers make a disturbing discovery, a young couple talks of the future of Cefalu and a Somalian president incorporates the Trees into his political strategy.
"Sex Criminals" #6 is the start of a new story arc focused more around Jon. The discovery of a piece of technology that works within The Quiet leads him first to despair and then to rage-ignited action.