Soule Finds a Weakness in the Afterlife, Discusses Surprise "Inhuman" Return
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In "She-Hulk" #11 by Charles Soule and Javier Pulido, Titania breaks into She-Hulk's and moves their epic rematch into the Palisades, where an unforeseen intervention both rescues Jennifer and gives her crucial insight into the Blue File.
In "Alex + Ada" #11 by Jonathan Luna and Sarah Vaughn, Alex and Ada's relationship is on firmer ground but friendships get messier. One of Alex's friends has an android-related meltdown at a party and another becomes a threat.
After a delay of several months, "Sandman Overture" #4 by Neil Gaiman and J. H. Williams picks up the prequel where it left off, with Dream arriving in the City of the Stars, on a quest to undo an earlier mercy-fueled mistake.
In "Copperhead" #4 by Jay Faerber and Scott Godlewski, both Clara and Boo hunt down leads, each going into treacherous territory: Clara to the Badlands after dark and Boo into an old memory.
In "Shutter" #7 by Joe Keatinge and Leila Del Duca, Kate and Chris are abducted by their big sister's dragon and Alarm Cat loses his head.
In "Penny Dora and the Wishing Box" #2 by Michael Stock and Sina Grace, Penny and Elizabeth answer the Wishing Box's call.
In "Chew" #45 by John Layman and Rob Guillory, most of the FDA team is under the knife in ER after last issue's disastrous attempt to collect The Collector, and the last page has a jaw-dropping plot twist.
In "Trees" #7 by Warren Ellis and Jason Howard, warfare and murder sprout in the shadows of the Trees.
In "Sheltered" by Ed Brisson and Johnnie Christmas, the enemy is literally at the gate of Safehaven as the issue begins, as the community is threatened by a Waco-like confrontation with local law enforcement.
In "Lumberjanes" #8 by Noelle Stevenson, Grace Ellis and Brooke Allen, Jen, Mal, April, Ripley and Molly must save Jo and also prevent the selfish and unscrupulous twins from obtaining the power of Zeus.
In "Punk Mambo" #0 by Peter Milligan and Robert Gill, Punk Mambo returns to London to settle old scores that are tied up with the genesis of her magic.
In "Wytches" #2 by Scott Snyder and Jock, Sailor's neck injury leads her to go into the woods to confront the source of her torment.
In "The Kitchen" #1 by Ollie Masters and Ming Doyle, Kath, Raven and Angie's husbands are in the can and Kath surprises the other two in how far she's willing to go to keep the money coming in.
In "Velvet" #8 by Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting, the agency HQ is emptied for a bomb threat, giving Velvet access to the information she wants, but Sgt. Roberts is onto her plan.
"Chew" #44 by John Layman and Rob Guillory is meaty, but the meat is bloody and raw. Simply put: FDA Vs. The Collector. Many die; few survive.
"Vertigo Quarterly: Yellow" #1 is the third installment of Vertigo's CMYK anthology, collecting nine stories by Marguerite Bennett, Fabio Moon, Gerard Way, Philip Bond and Bill Sienkiewicz, among others.
In "Rachel Rising" #29, the tables are turned. Zoe stalks Malus while Rachel stalks her original killer.
In "Oddly Normal" #2 by Otis Frampton, Oddly encounters her aunt and tries to get some help about the bizarre disappearance of parents.
In "Lazarus" #12 by Greg Rucka and Michael Lark, Forever is part of the first couple to take the dance floor, and Jacob Hock has more than one unpleasant surprise up his sleeve.
In "Ms. Marvel" #9 by G. Willow Wilson and Adrian Alphona, Medusa and Kamala finally meet, and Kamala learns the true origin of her powers.