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Mighty Avengers #12

The superstar team of Bendis and Maleev reunite to tackle the question of what Nick Fury has been up to while he’s been absent from the Marvel Universe in an issue high in tension and light on Avengers.

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X-Factor #30

Peter David proves why he’s one of the industry’s living legends with another great issue of "X-Factor." In the wake of "Messiah Complex," the team are attacked by Arcade and violence ensues!

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X-Men: Divided We Stand #1

A heavy focus on the cast of "New X-Men" means this “Divided We Stand” tie-in often feels underwhelming, though a mix of genuine established and rising talent saves it from complete mediocrity.

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Captain Marvel #5

Captain Marvel finally recovers his memories as the series turns out to be far more of a Secret Invasion prologue than you might’ve expected. Brian Reed writes, with Lee Weeks pencilling.

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Iron Man: Legacy of Doom #1

Michelinie and Layton return to the character they helped define in a sequel to "Doomquest", one of their most fondly remembered stories, with appropriately old-school artwork by Ron Lim.

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Live at Kirby Plaza

CBR's James Hunt was among those present last night as the London Institute of Contemporary Arts presented "Live at Kirby Plaza," a retrospective on Jack Kirby's career presented by a panel of renowned "Kirbyologists."

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Excel Saga, Volume 17

Excel Saga reaches its 17th volume and promises, er, yet more of the same action-comedy bureaucratic satire, for those that have managed to stay with the series this long.

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Wolverine #64

Jason Aaron knows Wolverine, and Ron Garney’s producing some of his best ever work, so there’s lots to like about this issue.

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Angel: After the Fall #6

Brian Lynch finally tells the story everyone’s been waiting for - the “Angel” crew’s first night in hell. The first of a three-part mini-arc featuring guest art from John Byrne and others.

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The Amazing Spider-Man #555

Zeb Wells returns to Spider-Man, rounding out the initial team of Brand New Day writers, with Chris Bachalo making his debut on the character.

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Young X-Men #1

The last of the post-Messiah Complex books to be released, "Young X-Men" #1 essentially completes the more recent retooling of the X-Men line. It also sees the third consecutive attempt at putting these characters, the junior X-Men, into their o

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Thor #7

Straczynski demonstrates exactly why "Thor" is one of Marvel’s top-selling titles, teaming up with Marko Djurdevic to tell a tale of Norse myth gone by, featuring Odin. This brings up the question - why hasn’t Thor brought the Allfa

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The Last Defenders #1

Nighthawk joins The Initiative and gets The Defenders together for another stab at success. Will the team stick together this time? Joe Casey has some ideas, but a fairly good start to the series is tarnished by a lack of obvious direction.

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Mighty Avengers #10

Dr. Doom and Iron Man find themselves hurled back in time yet again, with Robert "The Sentry" Reynolds along for the ride. It’s pure old-school fun from the superstar Ultimate Spider-Man team of Bagley and Bendis.

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X-Men: Legacy #209

Carey continues his unique take on the X-Men, aimed at mainstay fans of the franchise. Tan and Eaton handle the art nicely as a disorientated Xavier wakes up in the hands of the Acolytes. X-Men: Legacy is off to a slow but intriguing start.

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New Avengers #39

Bendis pens another excellent done-in-one Secret Invasion tie-in as the spotlight falls on Echo. Mack returns to the character he created to provide artwork, gorgeously depicting Echo and Wolverine’s attempt to fight off a Skrull attacker.

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