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In "Sandman Overture" #2 by Neil Gaiman and J.H. Williams III, Daniel meets with Mad Hettie and Morpheus learns of alarming news through a council with all his counterparts in different worlds.
"A Voice in the Dark" #5 by Larime Taylor brings readers closer to two more kills, showing readers what may lead Zoey to kill again while dropping more details about the other killer at large.
In "Rocket Girl" #4 by Brandon Montclare and Amy Reeder, DaYoung Johansson in 1983 struggles to evade Quintim goons, while one of her co-workers back in 2013 questions why the NYPTD is fighting Quintim at all.
"Hawkeye" #17 by Matt Fraction and Chris Eliopoulos shows readers what Clint missed when he slept through the "Winter Friends" holiday cartoon special.
"X-Men Legacy" #300 by Simon Spurrier, Mike Carey, Christos Gage, Tan Eng Huat, Steve Kurth and Rafa Sandoval is the meaning of a legacy, and reveals one of the smaller, heretofore unseen effects of the death of Professor X.
In "Adventure Time: The Flip Side" #3 by Paul Tobin, Colleen Coover and Wook Jin Clark, Finn, Jake and Marceline the Vampire Queen brave the dangers of the Post-Apocalyptic World, culminating in a fight with Princess Skyblade Harbinger.
"She-Hulk" #2 by Charles Soule and Javier Pulido follows Jennifer Walters' first day in her newly established solo law practice in Brooklyn, followed by a night out on the town with Hellcat.
In "Sheltered" #7 by Ed Brisson and Johnnie Christmas, Murphy's Law bites budding young cult leader Lucas in the butt as one wrong move results in a domino effect of consequences.
"Deadly Class" #2 by Rick Remender and Wes Craig follows Marcus around during his first couple of days in Kings Dominion Atelier of the Deadly Arts, AKA the high school for assassins.
Nick Spencer and Joe Eisma's "Morning Glories" #37 puts on the spotlight on Akiko while she is in a coma, giving readers glimpses of her childhood as well as weaving in new players and old friends and foes.
In "Alex + Ada" #4 by Sarah Vaughn and Jonathan Luna, Alex struggling with a game-changing decision when he comes into information about Ada and other X5 androids.
In "Fatale" #20, Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips gives readers another dark glimpse into Jo's past and uncertain future as she tracks down Nick Lash.
The fast-paced plot of "The Bunker" by Joshua Hale Fialkov and Joe Infurnari hinges on time travel, but its mechanics and general shape belong solidly to the horror genre.
"Lazarus" #6 by Greg Rucka and Michael Lark continues the second storyline, "Lift," which gives a reader a glimpse of Forever's unusual childhood and also a look at how the non-Family 99% live.
"Batman Black and White" #6 wraps up the anthology with five stories showcasing excellent art by Cliff Chiang, Becky Cloonan and Adam Hughes, among others.
In Charles Soule & Carlo Barberi's "Thunderbolts" #21, most of the team is stuck in hell, where they broker a deal with the devil, Mephisto, that leads to an unexpected encounter with another familiar face.
The "Adventure Time 2014 Winter Special" #1 anthology by Luke Pearson, Jeremy Sorese, T. Zysk, Janet Rose, Allison Strejlaw features four winter-themed "Adventure Time" short stories.
In "Chew" #39 by John Layman and Rob Guillory, Tony Chu remains depressed and stymied by the loss of access to his twin Toni's memories, but Amelia and Olive sneak into the FDA to steal some drugs and save the day.
In "Black Widow" #2, Nathan Edmondson and Phil Noto focus on Natasha's new solo mission of redemption, which leads her to Shanghai, but the real surprise for the reader is what occurs in her absence in New York.
"Velvet" #3 by Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting has Velvet hot on the trail of the truth about X-14, after the first two issues, which introduced the circumstances that spurred her to reactivate herself as an intelligence agent.