Guardians of the Galaxy #5 Guardians of the Galaxy #5 - Written by Al Ewing. Art by Juann Cabal. Cover by Ivan Shavrin.

Moondragon is a hero. With her wife at her side, she came to our reality from a dimension of heroes - to save us all from evil.

But our reality already had a Moondragon, and she can't be a hero all the time.

The DRAGON OF THE MOON has returned...and it won't leave until it's fed on a soul. Didnít we say it could always get worse?

Rated T+ - 32 pgs./$3.99 - On Sale August 5th

Guardians of the Galaxy #6 Guardians of the Galaxy #6 - Written by Al Ewing. Art by Marcio Takara. Cover by Rafael Albuquerque.

As old tensions explode in the far-off Earth System, the political map of the galaxy is redrawn.

Meanwhile, old friends and lovers must redraw the maps of themselves - or tear them up entirely.

He used to be the Human Rocket. Now he's the Human Wreck. Is there any coming back for Nova?

Rated T+ - 32 pgs./$3.99 - On Sale September 2nd

Champions #1 Champions #1 (of 5) - Written by Eve L. Ewing. Art by Simone Di Meo. Cover by Toni Infante. Variant Cover by Pasqual Ferry. Variant Cover by Simone Di Meo. Marvel Zombies Variant Cover by Kaare Andrews. Variant Cover by Ron Lim. Variant Cover by Peach Momoko.


A law is passed that goes against everything Ms. Marvel, Nova and Spider-Man founded the Champions for...But the world still needs heroes, even if the world doesn't want them right now.

After Ms. Marvel makes an unexpected and emotional announcement that her team won't go down without a fight, a group of teen vigilantes gathers to plan their next move. But the C.R.A.D.L.E. task force is hot on their trail, and there's a spy in their midst...

Eve L. Ewing (IRONHEART, OUTLAWED) and Simone Di Meo (IMMORTAL HULK: THE BEST DEFENSE and VENOM: ACTS OF EVIL) team up for a dramatic new era of Champions that will define Marvel's teen heroes for years to come!

Rated T+ - 32 pgs./$3.99 - On Sale October 7th

Series #1 - NOVA #9
Cover Date: May 1977
Writer/Editor: Marv Wolfman
Artist: Sal Buscema
Inker: Frank Giacoia
Letterer: John Costanza
Colorist: Glynis Wein
Cover Artist: Ed Hannigan & Frank Giacoia
Title: "Fear In The Funhouse!"

Megaman has kidnapped Roger "Caps" Cooper and left Nova to save his family from their burning house. Nova rescues the Riders and puts out the fire with an underground water pipe. He instructs them to go to the doctor and he'll follow with their son, Rich. On the way to the doctor's office, Nova begins to wonder how he'll be able to always protect his secret identity. After his examination, the doctor wants to study Rich to find out why he shot out eye-blasts after coming out of his earlier coma. Rich, worried that the doctor'll discover the blasts were a result of receiving his Nova powers, declines.

Back at Coney Island, Megaman recounts his origin to Roger, his nephew. Roger's uncle Nathan had fallen into a glowing black lake and was transported to the future. The sole remaining entity on Earth changed Nathan into the being now known as Megaman. The entity also fell in love with Megaman but he left her to return to his own time. Megaman takes Roger to his old apartment and asks for his help. Megaman wants to reconcile with his wife who believes he is dead. Roger agrees to help.

Back at the Rider residence, Rich's father, Charles Rider, receives a phone call. He is told that he has been suspended from being the school principal effective immediately. Rich spends the next hour talking to his father about the situation. Later, Nova feeling that the weight of the world is on his shoulders, rescues a cat from a tree. The look of gratitude from the little kid, Steve Gorman, brightens Nova's day!

Meanwhile, at Coney Island, Roger visits his aunt, Clara Cooper. Roger informs her that her former husband, Nathan, is still alive. Her new husband, Allen, doesn't approve and smacks Roger to the floor. Before he can hit Roger again, Allen is grabbed by Megaman and knocked across the room. The faceless villain goes beserk blasting away at everything in the room. The disturbance is reported to the police and received by Nova's helmet.

After racing to Coney Island, Nova and Megaman engage in a titanic battle across the park. The fights leads them into the Hall of Mirrors where Megaman confuses Nova with multiple images of himself. Dodging the villain's blast, Nova stomps the ground to create a small earthquake. The quake shatters all of the mirrors and reveals the true Megaman. The criminal with no face flees and turns off the lights to the park. Nova's coated eye-lenses allow him to see in the dark and quickly finds the exit.

Reaching Clara's apartment, Nova begins pounding on Megaman when a bright light fills the room. The entity from the future has come to retrieve Megaman and return him to her time. Megaman begs his former wife to tell the entity that she loves him. He hopes that the entity will leave him alone if someone else claims their love for him. Clara refuses and the entity takes Megaman with her.

Nova tells Clara that she wasn't good enough for Nathan and takes Roger home.

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