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"Convergence: Batgirl" #1 by Alisa Kwitney, Rick Leonardi and Mark Pennington marks the return of both Cassandra Cain and Stephanie Brown as Batgirls, and Gotham's choice of who is named a champion is a surprise to at least one of them.
What's worse than learning that Hydra has tampered with the time stream? In Mike Costa, Mast, Geoffo and Carmine Di Giandomenico's "Avengers Millennium" #1, the Avengers discover the answer.
In "The Dying and the Dead" #2 by Jonathan Hickman and Ryan Bodenheim, the Colonel raids a retirement home and a prison to find his old war buddies in order to retrieve the Bah al'Sharur.
In "Gotham Academy" #6 by Becky Cloonan, Brenden Fletcher, Karl Kerschl and Mingue Helen Chen, Olive chooses sides when Batman fights Croc and another link between the Academy and Arkham Asylum is revealed.
In "Legendary Star-Lord" #10 by Sam Humphries, Paco Medina and Juan Vlasco, Star-Lord realizes his mistake as Mister Knife gets revenge on Spartax and begins his plans to build an empire in one move.
In "Giant Days" #1, Esther tries to stay drama-free for three days, Susan gets an unwelcome blast from the past and Daisy tells her friends a funny secret.
In "Batgirl: Endgame" #1 by Cameron Stewart, Brenden Fletcher and Bengal is a small battle in the larger war but worth picking up for the near-silent visual storytelling.
In "Spider-Gwen" #2 by Jason Latour and Robbi Rodriguez, Gwen keeps company with Spider-Ham while she tries to get her phone back and Matt Murdock gets information out of Vulture.
In "Amazing Spider-Man Special" #1 by Jeff Loveness and Luca Pizzari, Spider-Man's breakfast is interrupted by an attack on New York, until Medusa reveals to him that New Attilan is the real target.
The title says it all: "Palmiotti and Brady's The Big Con Job" #1 by Jimmy Palmiotti, Matt Brady and Dominike Stanton introduces the major players in a heist on San Diego Comic-Con.
In "Nameless" #2 by Grant Morrison and Chris Burnham, Nameless goes into outer space to join a crew who are on a mission to save the world from Xibalba, an asteroid on a collision course with Earth.
In "Chew" #46 by John Layman and Rob Guillory, the FDA marches on after last issue's bloody battle. Tony is assigned yet another new partner, and readers find out what Colby's big plan is.
In "Curb Stomp" #1 by Ryan Ferrier and Devaki Neogi, an all-female gang known as The Fever are forced to engage in a turf war with neighboring gangs The Wrath and the Bayside Five.
"She-Hulk" #12 is the final issue of Charles Soule, Javier Pulido and Muntsa Vicente's critically acclaimed run and, finally, readers get the who, what, where, why and how of the Blue File.
In "Silk" #1 by Robbie Thompson and Stacey Lee, Cindy Moon gets a rocky start on her new life in New York after those ten years in a bunker.
In "Help Us! Great Warrior" #1 by Madeleine Flores, Great Warrior is given a mission by Hadiyah the High Chancellor to save the world from demons, but who wants to do that when there's still cake to eat?
In "The Sculptor" by Scott McCloud, David -- a struggling artist -- makes a deal with Death to be given the ability to mold anything in return for a drastically shortened lifespan.
In "Unbeatable Squirrel Girl" #2 by Ryan North and Erica Henderson, Squirrel Girl searches for a club to join at her college's extracurricular fair, only to be thwarted by Galactus' impending arrival!
In "Velvet" #9 by Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting, Velvet gets answers, but also more trouble than she planned for in the aftermath of her successful abduction of Damian Lake.
"Vertigo Quarterly: Black" #1 has nine dark stories about death and evil, with the standout being Tom King and John Paul Leon's biographical piece about a WWI war hero.