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iReview | The Official Handbook of the MARVEL UNIVERSE

Marvel’s “big book” of heroes is reissued in an omnibus capturing a bygone era of greatness.

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iEditorial | JUSTICE LEAGUE Vol. 2: The Villain’s Journey

Missing time, missed opportunities? There’s an entire piece of backstory from the case files of the World’s Greatest Heroes that is yet to be explored!

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DC Comics | WONDER WOMAN by John Byrne Book Two

Before the Amazing Amazon’s return to 1984 take a nostalgic look at her adventures from 1996 in the DC Comics legendary collected works of Wonder Woman by John Byrne Book Two! When the legendary comic book writer/artist John Byrne took over the helm of creatively driving the adventures of the Amazing Amazon, the man that had redefined the DC Comics

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Diving Into DC Comics NEW AGE Of HEROES!

After METAL, DC Comics introduces a new line of rookie heroes (and some reimagined favorites) for a new generation of readers with no-assembly required from out of the Dark Multiverse! Springing forth from the fountain of DC Comic’s most recent “earth shattering” event Dark Nights: Metal the publishing giant decided it was time to take the focus off its big

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iReview | DC Comics THE FLASH #39 Celebrates 700 Issues

The Scarlet Speedster moves toward a publishing milestone with its Issue #39 celebrating 700 issues ever! And the very dramatic return of one of greatest villains in THE FLASH mythology! Welcome to the new Modern Age of Comics! Where comics embrace and actually celebrate their publishing legacies by reverting back to or embracing their original numeric issues. With everyone eagerly

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Marvel’s PHOENIX RESURRECTION: The Return of Jean Grey

As part of imprint’s “Legacy” exploration Marvel (literally) resurrects one of its most enduring and endearing characters. The time has come to welcome back the X-Men’s Jean Grey! In issue #135 of The Uncanny X-Men originally published by Marvel Comics in 1980 all hell literally broke lose and for longtime fans of the book the fate of one its most

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