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Amazing Fantasy #1000 Celebrates Spider-Man’s 60th

Nachiket Naik reviews Amazing Fantasy #1000, the Spider-Man 60th anniversary special, including stories by Jonathan Hickman, Neil Gaiman, and more!

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Marvel’s Alien is Resurrected in a New #1

Marvel’s Alien series is resurrected in a new number one from Phillip Kennedy Johnson and Julius Ohta.

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Ant-Man #2 Gets Irredeemable

Ant-Man #2, the second issue of Al Ewing and Tom Reilly’s 60th anniversary miniseries, brings Eric O’Grady to the forefront.

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Review: Omega Red, Dead(pool) Redemption in X-Force #30

X-Force #30 sure does have a lot of Deadpool in it, oh and Kraven the Hunter’s Clone/Son. And it’s also a Judgement Day tie-in?

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The Legacy of The Incredible Hulk in the MCU

Ahead of She-Hulk’s debut, Quinn takes a look back at the forgotten MCU entry, and its lasting legacy.

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Review: Amazing Spider-Man #6 is a Disappointing Milestone

Bobby reviews Amazing Spider-Man #6, which commemorates both the 900th issue of Amazing Spider-Man and the 60th anniversary of Spider-Man.

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Ant-Man #1 Recaptures the Energy of the Silver Age Perfectly

Al Ewing and Tom Reilly’s Ant-Man #1, the first in a six part series, perfectly recaptures the energy of the Silver Age, writes Jordan Edwards.

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Alien Annual #1: More Than Just Another Bug Hunt?

Marvel’s Alien relaunches with a new #1 next month, but before that happens Quinn Hesters has some thoughts on the annual.

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This Year’s Hellfire Gala Shakes Things Up for the X-Men

Just like last year, things are once again shaken up by the X-Men’s Hellfire Gala, writes Terrence Sage in their review of the one-shot.

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Chip Zdarsky’s Daredevil Story Continues in Daredevil #1

Daredevil #1 continues Chip Zdarsky’s run on Daredevil while opening it up to new readers, writes Cass Arellano.