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Captain America: Steve Rogers #2

In "Captain America: Steve Rogers" #2, writer Nick Spencer and artist Jesus Saiz offer some answers to their first-issue cliffhanger and re-introduce old enemies.

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Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 10 #28

In "Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 10" #28, Chirstos Gage and Rebekah Isaacs reunite the team when unstoppable vengeance demon D'Hoffryn procures the Vampyr book -- because of Buffy. Oops.

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The Mighty Thor #8

In "The Mighty Thor" #8, Jason Aaron and Russell Dauterman take Jane Foster/Thor to new heights of heart and heroism in their new arc, "Lords of Midgard."

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Klaus #6

Suspense builds as the crazed Magnus invites Death to dinner in "Klaus" #6, the penultimate issue of Grant Morrison and Dan Mora's masterful reimagining of Santa's origins.

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Green Lanterns #1

Sam Humphries makes his DC Comics debut alongside artist Robson Rocha in "Green Lanterns" #1, which pits dysfunctional rookie teammates Jessica Cruz and Simon Baz against Bleeze, Atrocitus and the Red Lanterns.

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Wacky Raceland #1

In "Wacky Raceland" #1, writer Ken Pontac and artist Leonardo Manco transform "Wacky Races" into a violent, post-apocalyptic race to Utopia designed for fans of the "Mad Max" films and last year's "Ghost Racers"

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Detective Comics #934

James Tynion IV and Eddy Barrows take the helm on "Detective Comics" with issue #934, which ushers in Gotham's new Bat-family and revives the old numbering system.

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Control #1

"Control #1" follows a standard formula -- tough female detective catches a case that is linked to events with larger implications -- but Andy Diggle and Angela Cruickshank's story fights with Andrea Mutti's art, and the book struggles

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Tokyo Ghost #7

In "Tokyo Ghost #7," Rick Remender and Sean Murphy's tech-addicted dystopia takes a kick to the teeth as the Tokyo Ghost arrives in L.A. to exact revenge for the destruction of civilization.

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Rachel Rising #42

With issue #42, Terry Moore provides a stunning and satisfying conclusion to his supernatural horror series "Rachel Rising."

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