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Anghus Houvouras on the best comic books of the year so far....
Hard to believe, but the year is half over. So far it's been a great year for comics. Sure, there have been some disappointments. I'm looking at you Age of Ultron. For the avid comic reader, there are great titles to be found.
The mainstream publishers have benefited greatly from recent reorganizations. While not everybody has been in love with DC's New 52, their characters have felt more energized than they have in ages. And the Marvel Now! retooling has been a creative home run delivering some of the most consistently excellent titles hitting the shelves each month. The smaller publishers haven't been slouching either putting out a run of offbeat and unique titles that are rivaling the best runs of the independent era of comics. So here, in no particular order, the ten best comics of the first half of the year. »
- Flickering Myth
by Brett White
Wednesday is new comic book day, which also means it's new potential-movie-source-material day. Here are all of the comics and collections out today starring the comic book characters from the movies and television shows of today, tomorrow and yesterday.
Of particular note this week: Cloak and Dagger make an entrance in Ultimate Comics Spider-Man #24; the trek to "Infinity" begins in Avengers #14; and the Dark Knight teams up with Batgirl in Batman and Batgirl #21.
» The Invincible Iron Man, Vol 11: The Future paperback (pictured above)
Collecting The Invincible Iron Man #521-527.
Story by Matt Fraction, art by Salvador Larroca
» Wolverine Max #8
Story by Jason Starr, art by Felix Ruiz
» The Superior Spider-man #12
- Splash Page Team
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