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Written by Al Ewing, art and cover by Greg Land, variant cover by Kalman Andrasofszky.
* It's the leadership challenge you've been waiting for! Luke vs The Superior Spider-Man - with She-Hulk arbitrating! As in "arbitrating" a robot's head off! Extreme physical discourtesy the way you crave it, True Believer!
* Meanwhile, there's something very rotten in the fallen city of Attilan - and it's shambling towards the Mighty Avengers!
* Plus! Who are the Deathwalkers? Does Ronin know? Wait, hang on, he's dead?
Written by Matt Fraction and Karl Kesel, art by Raff Ienco, cover by Mark Bagley.
Final issue! The Fantastic Four are... doomed! Dr. Doom has taken on the power of Kang and Annihilus and is supreme ruler of the entire world. Good News: this is in the Doomed Universe. Bad News: our universe is next. The only ones in his way are the Fantastic Four and... the Fantastic Four! The Elemental Eight face off against Doom the Annihilating Conqueror with the fate of infinite realities in the balance! Plus the fate of Old John Storm! All in the fiery finish to the most mind-bending F4 adventure ever!
40 pages, $3.99.
Written by Matt Fraction and Lee Allred, art and covers by Michael Allred.
Final issue ! â€“ "For All We Have And Are"
* The final showdown. The last FF member standing, Scott Lang goes up against Dr. Doom alone -- and everyone knows the Ant can't. The smackdown of the century.
*Plus an extra 10-page bonus of F4/FF goodness co-written by Karl Kesel and the Allreds.
40 pages, $3.99.
Adapted by Joe Caramagna
* The Hulks finally have a perfect life...or do they?
* Wrong! They're trapped in a simulated paradise created by The Collector!
* Can they smash their way out and save the world?
32 pages, $2.99.
Written by Frank Tieri and Matt Kindt, penciled by Ramon Bachs, Al Barrionuevo and Steven Sanders, cover by Ale Garza.
Infinity is here, and no one is safe -- from super villains to super heroes in training! In Heist, As the Marvel Universe prepares for a massive assault by Thanos' armies, Spymaster and some of Marvel's best baddies decide that where there is chaos -- there is opportunity! Spymaster has unveiled the perfect plan for the crime of the century -- so what the hell's wrong with Blizzard, and why is he having doubts? Then, in The Hunt, Hank Pym, Wolverine and She-Hulk bring the students of the Marvel Universe together to announce a new Contest of Champions, pitting super-schools from throughout the Marvel Universe -- including some you've never seen before -- against each other. But the Contest is interrupted when Thanos' forces descend on Earth! What part of the mad Titan's plan involves the world's super-youth? Collecting Infinity: Heist #1-4 and Infinity: The Hunt #1-4.
184 pages, $24.99.
Written by Kelly Sue DeConnick, Charles Soule, Al Ewing, Matt Kindt, Zeb Wells, Chris Yost, Frank Tieri, Cullen Bunn, Ed Brisson and Brian Michael Bendis, penciled by Scott Hepburn, Pat Oliffe, Jefte Palo, Barry Kitson, Pepe Larraz, Steven Sanders, Greg Land, Paco Medina, Marco Checchetto, Al Barrionuevo, Will Sliney, Luke Ross and Francesco Francavilla, cover by Marko Djurdjevic.
All roads lead to Infinity! As the Thunderbolts, S.H.I.E.L.D., the Fearless Defenders, the Superior Spider-Man, Luke Cage's new Mighty Avengers, Wolverine's Jean Grey School, the Avengers Academy and more face off against Thanos' invading hordes on Earth, the war's second front is fought in deep space -- where Spider-Woman and Black Widow plot to rescue Captain Marvel, the Avengers battle the Builders, the new Nova takes on Thanos' forces with help from the New Warriors and Star-Lord debates betraying the entire universe! Collecting Captain Marvel (2012) #15-16, Thunderbolts (2012) #13-18, Avengers Assemble #18-20, Infinity: The Hunt #1-4, Mighty Avengers (2013) #1-3, Nova (2013) #8-9, Superior Spider-Man Team-Up #3-4, Infinity: Heist #1-4, Fearless Defenders #10, Secret Avengers (2013) #10-11, Guardians of the Galaxy (2013) #8-9 and Wolverine & The X-Men Annual #1.
696 pages, $99.
Written by Dan Slott, penciled by Juan Bobillo, Paul Pelletier, Scott Kolins and more, cover by Adi Granov. Everyone's favorite Jade Giantess, She-Hulk, has returned for tons of fun -- both on and off the field of battle! As a superhuman lawyer, She-Hulk has tried some of the strangest cases on Earth. But now, Shulkie is heading into deep space to practice Universal Law! And upon her return, the emerald enchantress matches muscles with Hercules -- but it's going to take brains, not brawn, to get the Prince of Power out of some Herculean legal problems. Plus: No one hates She-Hulk more than Titania! What makes her one of the deadliest threats in the universe? And how is Hawkeye's fate tied to She-Hulk's latest case? Dan Slott's fan-favorite run is collected in two massive volumes, so join She-Hulk as she deals with the bizarre legal problems of the Marvel Universe! Collecting SHE-HULK (2004) #1-12 and SHE-HULK (2005) #1-5.
416 pages, $34.99.