In this issue: Superman gets another book, She-Hulk is red, RASL does some dimension hopping, and the show goes off the rails… again…


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Jim Lee and Scott Snyder team for new Superman ongoing series

32 pages FC • $3.99  •  Teen +
The official prequel comic to the upcoming film, After Earth, starring Will Smith and Jaden Smith. Hundreds of years after humans fled Earth to escape its toxic atmosphere, the remaining survivors colonize a remote planet and begin to rebuild civilization — but the society they create suffers from deep divisions, with scientific innovators and spiritual leaders often at bitter odds. Even worse, humanity has come under assault by a mysterious alien species, and mankind must band together to protect their new homeworld. Written by Michael Jan Friedman and Robert Greenberger with artwork by Beni Lobel (G.I. Joe: Cobra, G.I. Joe: Snake Eyes).

Rating: ★☆☆☆☆

Red She-Hulk #58
Writer: Jeff Parker
Artist: Carlo Pagulayan, Wellington Alves
Publisher: Marvel
The Earth’s strongest female set on a path of destruction!!! Her enemies? Every powered being in the Marvel Universe!!!

Rating: ★★★★½

Peanuts Vol 2 #3
Written by Charles Schulz, Mona Koth, Shane Houghton, Vicki Scott
Art by Matt Whitlock, Mona Koth, Vicki Scott
SC, 32pgs, FC, SRP: $3.99

If you thought an empty supper dish was bad news,Snoopy, just you wait until the cat next door darkens your doorstep in “Food For Fraught”! Another round of PEANUTS adventures kicks off with Snoopy and continues with a How to Draw, classic Charles Schulz Sunday strips, and more! With a special Peppermint Patty 1st appearance variant cover!

Rating: ★★☆☆☆

CHEW #29
Writer: John Layman
Artist: Rob Guillory
Publisher: Image Comics
Cover Price: $2.99
On the trail of the vampire!

Rating: ★★★★★

Major Spoilers Poll of the Week
We’ve known that Marvel and Disney have had plans for a S.H.I.E.L.D. television for a while now, but when news broke that Agent Phil Coulson would be a major part of the television show, suddenly the rest of the civilized world must also face the dilemma that faces comic book face at least once a quarter – the death and return of a favorite character.

How will SHIELD explain Coulson's return??

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The series follows the art thief RASL, who jumps to parallel universes in attempts to steal parallel paintings, but soon runs into dangerous scenarios as he is pursued by the government.

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  1. Patrick
    October 17, 2012 at 2:25 am — Reply

    I am Phil Coulson and I am being in trouble!

  2. Patrick
    October 17, 2012 at 2:27 am — Reply

    Hmm…can’t seem to vote. Each thing I click and submit says not valid choice on poll of the week

  3. GeorgeDubya
    October 17, 2012 at 2:11 pm — Reply


    In regards to the poll and actors having a say in their characters, Joss Whedon is pretty receptive to his actors’ desires. I recently watched Avengers with his commentary playing, and apparently a lot of the things in it were influenced by the actors. Having Pepper in the movie was Robert Downey Jr’s idea so they could continue the relationship and character development from Iron Man 2. Chris Hemsworth didn’t want Thor’s stuff to center on his relationship with Odin in the film, so Odin was barely mentioned.

  4. MarkW
    October 20, 2012 at 5:42 pm — Reply

    To answer Rodrigo’s question, the nickname “The Man of Tomorrow” stems from the fact that Superman’s strength in the early days was because he had come from a “planet who’s inhabitant’s physical structure was millions of years advanced of our own”, to quote Action Comics #1.

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