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Marvel's Avengers #1 Defends Old School Avenging

Captain America, Iron Man, and Thor return to their Avenging roots, but not without doubts.

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'Star Wars #33' Has Luke and Leia Stranded on a Watery Planet

This comic is basically the sci-fi equivalent of Cast Away, but with more sea monsters and fewer volleyballs.

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Worth Within Unworthiness in 'The Unworthy Thor #1'

An overdue insight into Odinson's unworthiness sends him down a refreshing new path.

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Dark Side Die Hard: 'Star Wars Vader Down #1'

A classic theme is turned inside out in all the right ways.

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A Bolder, New Hope: "Star Wars #1"

Marvel Comics takes its first step into a galaxy far, far away and offers plenty of reasons for more hope.

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Title Fight, Majority Opinion: "Thor #1"

It's only very, very rarely that we come across issues of such great importance, that present us with such divergent opinions.

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Divine Reckoning: "Amazing X-men #1"

A heavenly plot with a devilishly entertaining narrative.

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An Uncanny Legacy: "X-men Battle of the Atom #2"

Five decades of X-men converge in a way that's thrilling, yet incomplete.

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Ambiguously Forging the Future: "Wolverine and the X-men #37"

The final battle for the future takes shape, albeit under overly ambiguous circumstances.

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Wolverine and the X-men #36

The conflict in Battle of the Atom is shrouded in lies. It's just not clear how deep those lies run.

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Wolverine: Weapon X #1-5

Possibly the most literate vision of the character since its inception, Writer Jason Aaron's Wolverine taps tropes from the works of Margaret Atwood and the perennial Jack Kerouac.

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Scalped

Aaron and Guéra have created a modern masterpiece that keeps getting better.

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Scalped: Indian Country

The creators are not holding back and will do what it takes to tell the story, even if that makes the reader feel uncomfortable.

Greg Oleksiuk

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