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MARVEL FIRST LOOKS (INCLUDING LAST DEFENDERS #2 WITH SHE-HULK)

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    MARVEL COMICS FIRST LOOKS FIRST LOOK: AMAZING SPIDER-GIRL #19 (http://www.comicscontinuum.com/stories/0804/04/spidergirl19c.htm) Amazing Spider-Girl #19 will
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      MARVEL COMICS FIRST LOOKS

      FIRST LOOK: AMAZING SPIDER-GIRL #19

      Amazing Spider-Girl #19 will arrive in stores on April 9 from Marvel Comics. The issue is written by Tom DeFalco, with art and cover by Ron Frenz.

      Here's how Marvel describes the issue:

      "'There Can Only Be One.' The battle you never thought you'd see -- Spider-Girl versus Arana!"

      Amazing Spider-Girl #19 will be 32 pages and will cost $2.99.

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      FIRST LOOK: AVENGERS FAIRY TALES #2

      Avengers Fairy Tales #2 will arrive in stores on April 9 from Marvel Comics. The issue is written by C.B. Cebulski, with art by Nuno Plati and a cover by Claire Wendling.

      Here's how Marvel describes the issue:

      "The Avengers continue to assemble in Marvel Fairy Tales as we focus on the story of a robot who wants nothing more than to be a real boy! Brought to life by the kindly inventor Hank Pym, the Vision is ostracized by other boys his age. When the Scarlet Fairy reveals she can grant his wish to become an actual human boy, The Vision is sent on an extraordinary adventure of self-discovery where he meets an amazing cast of alternate Avengers!"

      Avengers Fairy Tales #2 will be 32 pages and will cost $2.99.

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      FIRST LOOK: CRIMINAL #2

      Criminal #2 will arrive in stores on April 9 from Marvel Comics. The issue is written by Ed Brubaker, with art and cover by Sean Phillips.

      Here's how Marvel describes the book:

      "It's the second of three standalone stories. In previous arcs of Criminal, readers have met the man who killed him, and readers met his only surviving sonĊ  now meet Teeg Lawless, thief, murderer, and all around bad mother-#@$%er. Fresh from two tours in Vietnam, Teeg arrives home in 1972 carrying the baggage of war, a drug habit, and an unpaid debt to a local mob boss that's now long overdue. 'Before the Living End' tells how he goes about finding a way out of his problems and back into the life of crime."

      Criminal #2 will be 32 pages and will cost $3.50.

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      FIRST LOOK: DEAD OF NIGHT FEATURING MAN-THING #3

      Dead of Night Featuring Man-Thing #3 will arrive in stores on April 9 from Marvel Comics. The issue is written by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, with art by Javier Saltares and a cover by Kaare Andrews.

      Here's how Marvel describes the book:

      "'No Such Thing.' As tales of the Citrusville bog-monster continue to spread, two college-aged documentary filmmakers arrive in the swamps, accompanied by their nubile girlfriends, determined to sort fact from fiction. But, unfortunately for them, the two filmmakers are unaware that the Man-Thing isn't the only monster in the swamps -- that there is, in fact, a tribe of cannibalistic half-breeds who would love nothing more than to hunt and eat a van-load of fresh meat. The MAX re-telling of Man-Thing's origin continues this issue, narrated by Digger, and featuring the return of...Ellen Brandt?"

      Dead of Night Featuring Man-Thing #3 will be 32 pages and will cost $3.99.

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      FIRST LOOK: FANTASTIC FOUR #556

      Fantastic Four #556 will arrive in stores on April 9 from Marvel Comics. The issue is written by Mark Millar, with art and cover by Bryan Hitch.

      Here's how Marvel describes the issue:

      "That's the problem with Utopias -- they're all-too-often built on a foundation of human tears. When an organism designed to abolish war is set into motion, and it decides that the only way to accomplish its objective is to eliminate anyone who could possibly pick up a weapon, there's only one foursome to turn to if humanity is going to survive!"

      Fantastic Four #556 will be 32 pages and will cost $2.99.

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      FIRST LOOK: HEDGE KNIGHT II: SWORN SWORD #6

      Hedge Knight II: Sworn Sword #6 will arrive in stores on April 9 from Marvel Comics. The issue is written by Ben Avery and George R.R. Martin, with art and cover by Mike S. Miller.

      Here's how Marvel describes the issue:

      "A dispute over water during a drought started small, with one of the Red Widow's peasants being cut by one of Ser Eustace's knights. But that small cut serves to open old wounds from the Blackfyre Rebellion, forcing Ser Duncan to put his ideals of knighthood to the test when he learns a dark secret about his lord, Ser Eustace. But blood must pay for blood, and Dunk has sworn his sword to Ser Eustace regardless of his past transgressions. Now, Dunk must do battle with the Red Widow's castellan, Ser Lucas Inchfield, as the Sworn Sword rushes toward its conclusion in classic George R.R. Martin style."

      Hedge Knight II: Sworn Sword #6 will be 32 pages and will cost $3.99.

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      FIRST LOOK: THE LAST DEFENDERS #2

      The Last Defenders #2 will arrive in stores on April 9 from Marvel Comics. The issue is written by Joe Casey, with art Jim Muniz and a cover by Mike Deodato.

      Here's how Marvel describes the book:

      "The Defenders are back -- Nighthawk! Colossus! She-Hulk! The Blazing Skull! -- and they''ve got their very own state to protect and serve. The Sons of the Serpent have moved in and only one fully-sanctioned team of super heroes can stop them! But will their first official mission end up as their final mission?"

      The Last Defenders #2 will be 32 pages and will cost $2.99.

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      FIRST LOOK: MARVEL ADVENTURES HULK #10

      Marvel Adventures Hulk #10 will arrive in stores on April 9 from Marvel Comics. The issue is written by Paul Benjamin, with art by Steve Scott and a cover by Sean Gordon Murphy.

      Here's how Marvel describes the issue:

      "He's big. He's angry... and he's not green. He's the unstoppable Juggernaut! Bruce Banner's looking for the mystical amulet of Cyttorak, said to be capable of chaining a mighty behemoth. But Bruce doesn't know that his guide is none other than the Juggernaut himself, out to destroy the artifact. What happens when an unstoppable force meets another unstoppable force?"

      Marvel Adventures Hulk #10 will be 32 pages and cost $2.99.

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      FIRST LOOK: NOVA #12

      Nova #12 will arrive in stores on April 9 from Marvel Comics. The issue is written by Andy Lanning and Dan Abnett, with art by Paul Pelletier and a cover by Alex Maleev.

      Here's how Marvel describes the issue:

      "'The New Mutant Warlock returns in an issue that propels Nova back into Annihilation: Conquest! Still threatened by his deadly Phalanx virus, Richard Rider finally reaches Kvch, the never-before-seen Technarchy homeworld. But are the 'parents' of the Phalanx still there -- and can Nova even reach them? And are you ready for the comeback of the former New Mutant know as Warlock?"

      Nova #12 will be 32 pages and will cost $2.99.

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      FIRST LOOK: PUNISHER #56

      Punisher #56 will arrive in stores on April 9 from Marvel Comics. The issue is written by Garth Ennis, with art by Goran Parlov and a cover by Tim Bradstreet.

      Here's how Marvel describes the issue:

      "Valley Forge, Valley Forge,' pat 2. Ennis concludes his seminal run on Punisher -- in style. Eight men who know exactly who Frank Castle is...and how to fight him. Eight men who know that, no matter what they throw at him, he won't fire back. The Punisher has faced many threats in his day, but never one like this. A Special Forces Squad has been tasked to bring him down, by all means necessary, and his only hope for survival might be crossing a line he swore he'd never cross."

      Punisher #56 will be 32 pages and will cost $2.99.

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      FIRST LOOK: WOLVERINE #64

      Wolverine #64 will arrive in stores on April 9 from Marvel Comics. The issue is written by Jonathan Lethem and Jason Aaron, with art and cover by Ron Garney.

      Here's how Marvel describes the issue:

      "'Get Mystique,' Part 3. Spinning out of the decade's biggest X-Men event, Wolverine embarks on a personal mission to hunt down Mystique. But what do you do when the person you're chasing, the person you're dying to kill, chooses to hide behind an army of American soldiers? That's the question Logan is asking himself, and the answer will be explosive. Plus, Wolvie pulls a bank heist in 1920s Kansas City, but all does not go according to plan."

      Wolverine #64 will be 32 pages and will cost $2.99.

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