O Say Can You See: The Greatest Patriotic Super Heroes of All-Time
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This week, Damian Wayne rests in peace, Clint Barton's bad Penny shows up, Richie Savoy takes center stage, Legion gets the first (and the last) word and "Seven Percent" springs a surprise.
This week, Hooded Justice goes ghostly, Batwoman and Wonder Woman go snake-hunting, Deadpool goes whaling, Mars goes all "Strangers in Paradise" and the Young Avengers go clubbing.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR has an exclusive first look to Mike Del Mundo's cover for "X-Men Legacy" #5 written by Si Spurrier with art by Tan Eng Huat. Legion's misadventures continue January 23.
This week, Conan gets up close and personal, Guy Gardner gets surrounded, Logan gets ghostly, "The Massive" gets technical and the Marvel Universe readies for a battle royale.
Marvel has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at Mike Del Mundo's "A+X" #2 variant, which features Kitty Pryde and Lockheed surround by the Brood.
CBR has an exclusive first look at Kaare Andrews' cover for Marvel's "A+X" #2. Featuring a story by Andrews and a second tale by Peter David and Mike Del Mundo, the issue goes on sale in November.
Si Spurrier and Tan Eng Huat take on the relaunched "X-Men Legacy" in November, but the series no longer stars Rogue, with Proffesor Xavier's son Legion instead stepping into the series' lead role.
This week Matt Murdock comes to his senses, Frankenstein takes flight, Wolverine delivers some payback, a henchman develops a taste for blood and Spider-Man appreciate the big-screen Avengers.
This week, a certain wall-crawler tries to turn back time, some angry apes go to war, a revenant seeks cold comfort, a reflection holds the key and a comic nears an explosive end.
Tom Brevoort speaks on the current state of Spider-Man from the FCBD special kicking off "Spider-Island" to the difference between today and Brand New Day, while addressing current concerns over Marvel Comics page counts and more!
In June's "Fear Itself: The Home Front" #3 writer Ben McCool reintroduces readers to the scourge of the corporate underworld, Cardiac. CBR spoke exclusively with McCool about bringing back the '90s fan-favorite.