X-POSITION: Yost Gives His X-Men an "Amazing" End
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Abigail & Claude enjoy one last adventure in BOOM!'s oversized finale for "Abigail and the Snowman" #4 from writer/artist Roger Langridge.
Check out CBR's index of May solicitation information and covers from Marvel, DC, Image Comics, IDW, Dark Horse, BOOM! and more!
The "Codemonkey Save World" team of Greg Pak, Jonathan Coulton & Takeshi Miyazawa is back with a look at their new original graphic novel.
See how Batman's iconic vehicle has evolved over its 75-year history, and how it stacks up cost-wise against today's sports cars.
No sandwiches, big problems! Christopher Hastings & Zachary Sterling continue their journey through food-free Ooo in "Adventure Time" #38.
Havok visits Cyclops, "Daredevil" takes a new defense strategy and "The Black Vortex" continues and more in Marvel Comics' March 18 releases.
Geralt's perilous journey continues on the high seas in Dark Horse Comics' "The Witcher: Fox Children" #1 by Paul Tobin & Joe Querio.
Have Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Avon Oeming come up with an "unsolvable" case in "Powers" #2?
Kieron Gillen & Salvador Larroca put Vader on the warpath as Marvel's take on "Star Wars" continues in "Darth Vader" #3, on sale March 25.
Wonder Woman helps a friend by masquerading as a pop star's trainer in DC's digital first "Sensation Comics" #29 by Sara Ryan & Christian Duce.
Check out an exclusive look at Dark Horse's "Angel & Faith" #13 by Victor Gischler & Will Conrad, in which the heroes unite to save Fred.
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IDW gives Disney's icon a new #1, Mariko Tamaki launches a new TMNT series plus the latest "Star Trek," "Transformers," "G.I. Joe" and much more.
"Batman Eternal" #50 heads toward its grand finale plus more than 100 new previews from DC Comics, Marvel, Image, Dark Horse, IDW and more.
Horror aficionado and "Hellboy" creator, Mike Mignola, has a new horror mini-series from Dark Horse Comics in "Baltimore: The Cult of the Red King" #1.
A Golden Age reboot sends writer James Robinson and artist Greg Hinkle to the bottle as the titular hero shows up to stop them in "Airboy" #1.
New realities make their Battleworld presence known as "X-Men '92," "Future Imperfect," "Squadron SInister" and more debut in June.
New series from James Robinson, Brian Wood and Brandon Graham debut this June, while "Chew" reaches the half century mark.
Chip Zdarsky's "Howard the Duck" #1 makes a big splash at comic shops, while Walt Simonson's "Ragnarok" electric slides to the top of the heap.
New titles, characters and costumes mark the first month of DC Comics' fresh approach to rebuilding its universe.