Whose side are you on?
It looks like Marvel Comics is entering another Civil War.
This isn't your usual buddy cop story.
Wolverine #1 allows Logan to do what he does best — look like a total beast while he fights monsters and investigates a captivating mystery.
Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti reunite to give fans another Harley Quinn adventure, but the story gets lost in the R-rated art.
We still need superheroes, especially when things look pretty bleak.
Captain America vs. Dracula? 'Nuff said!
Frank Tieri fuses horror and superheroes. What's not to love?
In Marvel Comics' Amazing Spider-Man #35, Doctor Doom rules New York City with an iron fist and writer Nick Spencer plunges Spidey deeper into Marvel 2099.
With absorbing relationships and the initial fallout of Charles Xavier's murder, X-Force #2 is mandatory reading for X-Fans and casual readers alike.
With Amazing Spider-Man #34, Marvel 2099 is off to an explosive start; both the present and the future are in danger.
Absolute Carnage has been a wild ride and it all comes down to this.