5 All-New, All-Different Marvel Titles We're Most Excited to Read
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Though it lacks direction, Mike Costa, Andre Araujo and Steven Sanders' "Spider-Verse" #1 "makes excellent use of the Battleworld concept."
Kelly Thompson and Sophie Campbell's "Jem and the Holograms" #2 "is shaping up to be one of the brightest, most beautiful books on the shelves."
Pierrick Colinet and Elsa Charretier's "The Infinite Loop" #1 "is a lovely addition to the science fiction landscape."
Al Ewing and Lee Garbett's "Loki: Agent of Asgard" #13 "is a creative mix of angst, metaphor and humor."
Chip Zdarsky and Joe Quinones' "Howard the Duck" #2 is "one heck of a humor comic."
Gail Simone and Jan Duursema's "Convergence: Nightwing/Oracle" #1 is "that rarest of tie-ins that truly elevates the main event."
Jason Latour and Robbi Rodriguez's "Spider-Gwen" #3 is "a gorgeously designed and drawn book with an effortlessly likable protagonist."
Kieron Gillen and Salvador Larroca's "Darth Vader" #3 is "the most entertaining installment of 'Darth Vader' yet."
Bendis and Schiti's "Guardians of the Galaxy" #25 is "an engaging escalation of the stakes" despite a big event that "doesn't necessarily feel earned."
"Sam is a tough protagonist who's a pleasure to cheer for" in Rick Remender and Stuart Immonen's "All-New Captain America" #5.
Ales Kot and Langdon Foss' "The Surface" #1 "creates a busy world that's a joy to hang out in."
Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples' "Saga" #26 proves "'Saga' is a strong series even in its flyover issues."
Jason Aaron, Noelle Stevenson, CM Punk, Timothy Truman, Marguerite Sauvage and Rob Guillory make "Thor Annual" #1 "a stellar, utterly enjoyable effort."
Stevenson, Watters and Nowak's "Lumberjanes" #11 is "full of the series' usual hyperbole, humor and whimsical artwork."
Greg Pak and Al Barrionuevo's "Storm" #8 is "an awesome story about Storm as a populist superhero."
Bunn and Virella's "Return of the Living Deadpool" #1 tells "the story effectively and enjoyably."
Shuan Simon and Tyler Jenkins' "Neverboy" #1 "delights with its high concept and wiry art."
Faerber and Godlewski's "character work and... world building continue to impress" in "Copperhead" #5.
Gail Simone, Jim Zub and Dan Panosian's "Conan Red Sonja" #1 is "what a team-up gimmick looks like when it's done right."
Jason Aaron and Russell Dauterman's "Thor" #2 continues to demonstrate that "the new Thor is just as entertaining as the old."
Angela and Serah hunt the Witchbreed in Marguerite Bennett, Kieron Gillen, Stephanie Hans and Marguerite Sauvage's "1602 Witch Hunter Angela" #1.
Sheriff Strange discovers some unexpected survivors in Jonathan Hickman and Esad Ribic's "Secret Wars" #3.
Charlie and Gil both make dramatic choices in Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips' "Fade Out" #6.
Five Spiders collide on Battleworld in Mike Costa, Andre Araujo and Steven Sanders' "Spider-Verse" #1.
After being attacked, Nate is recruited to Mythic Lore Services in Phil Hester and John McCrea's "Mythic" #1.
After Deimos' ultimatum, everyone must choose a side in Jeff King, Scott Lodell, Ed Benes and Eduardo Pansica's "Convergence" #6.
Sasha and her crew discover that an abandoned colony wasn't all that abandoned in Michael Moreci and Kyle Charles' "Roche Limit: Clandestiny" #1.
The Traveller assembles her generals in Gail Simone and Sergio Davila's "Swords of Sorrow" #1.
Gotham has a new Batman, Superman's in hiding and Darkseid's daughter promises trouble in Free Comic Book Day's "Divergence" one-shot.
Infinity Inc. explores new, power-free careers in Jerry Ordway and Ben Caldwell's "Convergence: Infinity Inc." #1.
Rabum Alal explains everything in Jonathan Hickman and Mike Deodato's "New Avengers" #33.
In Pierrick Colinet and Elsa Charretier's "The Infinite Loop" #1, Teddy needs to rectify a time anomaly, but love may get in her way.
The Legion is trapped in their city and Superboy is stuck far away from home in Stuart Moore and Gus Storms' "Superboy and the Legion of Superheroes" #1.
The Holograms enjoy the success of their new video in Kelly Thompson and Sophie Campbell's "Jem and the Holograms" #2.
Keith finds himself on an alien planet in Chip Zdarsky and Kagan McLeod's "Kaptara" #1.
Rain Oshiro struggles to escape Prygat before law enforcement catches up with her in Jon Tsuei and Eric Canete's "RunLoveKill" #1.
Loki faces the fallout from his and his predecessors' choices in Al Ewing and Lee Garbett's "Loki Agent of Asgard" #13.
Struggling against Telos, the surviving heroes of Earth 2 look for allies in pre-"Flashpoint" Gotham City in Jeff King and Carlo Pagulayan's "Convergence" #2.
Odyssia escapes the Cyclops, but not the gods' wrath in Matt Fraction and Christian Ward's "ODY-C" #4.
Kidnapped by the Collector, Howard and Rocket Raccoon plot their escape in Chip Zdarsky and Joe Quinones' "Howard the Duck" #2.