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What We're Reading This Week

See what’s on our radar for the week of March 16! Looking for new comics? Try these Editor’s picks.

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New in MU

in Powers of X (2019) #4

The Phalanx demand “ascension” for the X-Men: Year One Thousand. The series that establishes mutantkind’s secret past—and their still in-flux future.

New in MU

in King Thor (2019) #1

Meet far future Thor, All-Father of a dying universe. Superstar creators Jason Aaron and Esad Ribic continue their “God Butcher” arc from THOR: GOD OF THUNDER (2012).

New in MU

in Absolute Carnage Vs. Deadpool (2019) #2

Continue ABSOLUTE CARNAGE weekly. Having hosted 5 separate symbiotes, Deadpool becomes a prime target for codex hunters. Oh, plus Spider-Man calls for help.

New in MU

in Absolute Carnage: Symbiote Of Vengeance (2019) #1

2 Ghost Riders + 1 Cletus Kasady = Carnage becoming a Spirit of Vengeance. See the mash-up for yourself.

New in MU

in Silver Surfer: Black (2019) #4

Silver Surfer sees Galactus’ true face in the next chapter to this psychedelic cosmic quest.

New in MU

in Moon Knight Annual (2019) #1

An ACTS OF EVIL Annual! Khonshu’s Knight vs. temporal tyrant Kang the Conqueror.

Prelude Reading

in Spider-Woman: Origin (2005) #1

Brush up on Spider-Woman’s past ties to Hydra (and Taskmaster) in her origin by Brian Michael Bendis. It will get you excited to grab her new issue #1 this Wednesday, on sale in print or digital.

Tale from the Backlist

in Dazzler (1981) #2

Read through issue #13, new to the library. The X-Men’s roller derby disco queen holds her own against Doctor Doom and Galactus.

Prelude Reading

in Champions (2019) #1

Before underage heroes are OUTLAWED, (in print or digital this Wednesday), catch up with Ms. Marvel’s global force of super-powered teens.

Tale from the Backlist

in Punisher/Captain America: Blood and Glory (1992) #1

A full-on morality war, and a truly great one. Across 3 double-sized issues, artist Klaus Janson pits Cap and Punisher against a global arms ring.