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Daredevil #7

Daredevil has swashbuckled his way past low level villains and has continued to deny his connection to Daredevil, that is until he stumbled onto a plot involving Hydra and A.I.M. and the uniforms made famous by Reed Richards and the Fantastic Four.

Uncanny X-Men #1

Last week saw the debut of the other crown jewel of the Regenesis saga hit store shelves in the first issue of Uncanny X-Men's second volume. Coming out of Schism, the X-Men are left divided into two factions split along ideological lines. Perhaps at their most precarious, split between Utopia and Westchester, Uncanny X-Men follows Cyclops, Emma Frost, Magneto, Storm, Hope, Namor and others as mutantkind enters a time of great uncertainty.

Uncanny X-Men #544

In the wake of Schism, everything has changed for the X-Men. To emphasize that change, Marvel decided to end the long-running X-title, Uncanny X-Men, as of issue 544. With this final issue one door closes on the X-Men's pasts, while another door opens towards their future.

Heroes for Hire #10

The hammers of the worthy have plummeted to the earth, with each recipient now serving an ancient god of fear. One of these hammers arrived in the hands of Ben Grimm, better known as the Thing. Now an unstoppable abomination, Thing rampages throughout his neighbourhood while former prisoners of the raft run loose--among them the fear mirroring fiend known as Monster and Purple Man. The only thing standing in their way? Paladin, Gargoyle, Shroud and Elektra.

Iron Man 2.0 #7

Hammers have fallen from the sky left and right, one of which lands in Beijing near Sun Wukong, the Monkey King. After failing to lift the hammer, Absorbing Man and Titania arrive to secure it. Soon after, the Immortal Weapons arrive after being summoned together to close the gate to the eighth city. Wukong awaits them as they regain consciousness, while James Rhodes struggles to understand why he's there with them at all.

Daredevil #1

Coming off the worst stretch of his life, Matt Murdock left New York and travelled cross-country to find himself. After a brief stay in New Mexico, Murdock rediscovered his nature after helping a small town overcome its problem with some aggressive locals. Upon returning to New York though, Murdock must face the consequences of his actions.

Uncanny X-Men #539

Hope is a special young lady. Saddled with a destiny that will either save the world or destroy it, depending on who you ask anyway, she indirectly leads a team of the first new mutants since M-Day stripped mutantkind of their numbers. Continually a target, Hope has found some refuge on the island of Utopia with the rest of the X-Men.

Invincible Iron Man #505 (Fear Itself)

Fear reigns and some of Marvel's physically strongest characters now carry mystical hammers, using them to strike fear in the hearts of their former allies. How can they stand to fight when their worst fears are coming to life? Even more, can they?

Review: Venom #1

Writer: Rick Remender Penciler: Tony Moore Inks: Crimeland Studios with Sandu Florea (p. 6) and Karl Kesel (p. 12-13) Colourist:John Rauch Letterer: Joe Caramagna Cover: Joe Quesada; Paulo Siqueira and Morry Hollowell (variant) Publisher: Marvel Comics Welcome to Project Rebirth…

Review: Power Man and Iron Fist #2

Writer: Fred Van Lente Pencils/Inks: Wellington Alves and Nelson Pereira (p. 1-9, 21-22) Art: Pere Perez (p. 10-20) Colours: Bruno Hang (p. 1-9, 21-22), Antonio Fabela (p. 10-20) Letterer: Joe Caramagna Cover: Mike Perkins and Dan Brown Publisher: Marvel Comics…

Review: Heroes for Hire #3

Writers: Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning Pencils: Brad Walker Inker: Andrew Hennessy Colourists: Jay David Ramos and Guru eFX Letters: Joe Caramagna Covers: Doug Braithwaite and Rob Schwager; Harvey Tolibao and Morry Hollowell (variant) Publisher: Marvel Comics Spiraling out of…

Review: Age of X Alpha #1

Writer: Mike Carey Artists: Mirco Pierfederici, Gabriel Hernandez Walta (Basilisk) Pencils: Carlo Barberi (Cannonball and Husk), Paco Diaz (Wolverine), Paul Davidson (Magneto) Inks: Walden Wong (Cannonball and Husk), Paco Diaz (Wolverine), Paul Davidson (Magneto) Colours: Antonio Fabela (Cannonball and Husk),…

Review: Daredevil Reborn #1

Writer: Andy Diggle Artist: David Gianfelice Colours: Matt Hollingsworth Letters: Joe Caramagna Cover: Jock Publisher: Marvel Comics Come one, come all! Witness the rebirth of a(nother) comic book character. Excuse the cynicism, but it feels like there’s a rebirth in…

Review: Uncanny X-Men #531

Writers: Matt Fraction and Kieron Gillen Pencils: Greg Land Inks: Jay Leisten Colours: Justin Ponsor Letters: Joe Caramagna Cover: Greg Land and Justin Ponsor Publisher: Marvel Comics With the mutant flu ravaging Utopia, can Cyclops and the rest of the…

Review: Uncanny X-Men #528

Writer: Matt Fraction Artist: Whilce Portacio Inker: Ed Tadeo Colours: Brian Reber Letters: Joe Caramagna Cover: Terry and Rachel Dodson This is a story about a girl named Hope. We’re now a few issues into the first REAL X-Men arc…

Review: Vengeance of Moon Knight #10

Writer: Gregg Hurwitz Artist: Juan Jose Ryp Colourist: Andres Mossa Letterer: Joe Caramagna Cover: Francesco Mattina Split personalities, post-traumatic stress disorder and vigilantism. Couple that with a history as a mercenary, and a fighting prowess rivaling that of Batman, and…