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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.
In "Batman Eternal" #11, Scott Snyder, James Tynion IV, Tim Seeley and Ian Bertram combine action in Brazil and Daddy issues for the "Day of the Dads."
In "She-Hulk" #5 by Charles Soule and Ron Wimberly, She-Hulk and her crack legal team of Angie Huang and Hellcat investigate leads about the Blue File and a mysterious lawsuit that no one remembers.
"Angry Birds" #1 by Jeff Parker, Paul Tobin, Paco Rodriques, Marco Gervasio and César Ferioli brings the game characters into a comic of their own and add some extra jokes and a little more dimension to the eternal Birds vs. Pigs combat.
"The Wake" #9 by Scott Snyder and Sean Murphy brings Leeward and her shipmates to the source of the signal, which leads to a crisis of faith among the crew and also eventually to an encounter that is equal parts predictable and impossible.
In "Moon Knight" #6 by Warren Ellis and Declan Shalvey, Marc Spector makes his way into a persistent group dream that is driving the subjects of a sleep research project mad.
The body count rises as the balance of power in Safehaven shifts -- again.
"Chew/Revival" by John Layman, Tim Seeley, Rob Guillory and Mike Norton is an unlikely crossover, but the Chewverse and Rothschild, Wisconsin meld together surprisingly well, and fans of the two series will be more than satisfied.
In "All-New Doop" #2 by Peter Milligan and David Lafuente, Doop woos Kitty while continuing to assist in the events of the "Battle of the Atom" storyline.
In "Velvet" #5 by Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting, the revelation about Mockingbird triggers Velvet's memories about their love and loss and a related loss of her childhood hero and mentor.
In "Bee and Puppycat" #1 by Natashi Allegri, Garrett Jackson and Madeleine Flores, Bee gets locked out of her place and the duo receive two new assignments.
In "Lumberjanes" #2 by Noelle Stevenson, Grace Ellis and Brooke Allen, the girls encounter bizarre and supernatural dangers on what starts out as a typical canoeing trip.
The first page of "Alex + Ada" #6 by Jonathan Luna and Sarah Vaughn is both a recap and a hint of the shape of ensuing events: Ada wakes up for her first day as a sentient android.
In "Veil" #3 by Greg Rucka and Toni Fejzula, a power struggle between Cormac and his would-be employers leads to a showdown, and Cormac sets a trap for Veil.
"Atomic Robo and the Knights of the Golden Circle" #1 by Brian Clevinger and Scott Wegener explores a new setting and genre for Robo: The Wild West.
In "Batman Eternal" #4 by Scott Snyder, James Tynion IV, John Layman and Dustin Nguyen, Batman confronts Falcone and struggles with potential trouble from an unlikely quarter: Batgirl.
In "Lazarus" #8 by Greg Rucka and Michael Lark, the clock starts ticking for Forever as the bomb plot she uncovers has unwelcome developments, while on the way to Lift Selection, Mike gets a surprising offer.
In "The Eltingville Club" #1 by Evan Dorkin, the Eltingville Comic Book, Science-Fiction, Fantasy, Horror, and Role-Playing Club breaks up after Bill lets temporary stewardship of Joe's shop go to his head. Mayhem ensues.
In "Ms. Marvel" #3 by G. Willow Wilson and Adrian Alphona, Kamala Khan tries to control her powers and questions whether she should confide in her friend Bruno, who she blames for getting her into trouble with her parents.