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Pull It Together: She-Hulk, Adventure Time, and More!

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  1. Adventure Time #35 Adventure Time #35

    It's the end of an era... the last Adventure Time issue featuring the Eisner Award winning team of Ryan North, Shelli Paroline, and Braden Lamb. It's your chance to say goodbye, and experience an adventure you'll never forget.

    Adventure Time bids its original creative time goodbye, as they move on to nuttier (in the case of writer Ryan North, anyway) pastures. Chris Hastings and Zachary Sterling will pick up where they leave off.

  2. Catwoman Annual #2 Catwoman Annual #2

    The Hasagaua crime family has been a big thorn in Selina's side as she grapples with the underworld. Now learn the secret of how their stories intersect!

    "Annuals" are oversized comics issues released once a year, that tell a contained single story, usually within the continuity of the series that they tie in to. If you've been looking for a good way to test the chops of Catwoman's current creative team, Genevieve Valentine and Pat Olliffe, this annual is a good place to do it!

  3. She-Hulk #11 She-Hulk #11

    At long last, it's all come down to this: THE BLUE FILE revealed! Titania vs She-Hulk! Angie Huang, no more?! Eep eep!

    The final story arc of She-Hulk begins! Forget about the Blue File, I want to know what's up with Angie and Hei Hei.

  4. Tomb Raider #11 Tomb Raider #11

    The newest addition to the Tomb Raider saga, cowritten by Gail Simone and Rhianna Pratchett! Lara's risking her life to reveal a terrifying secret—however, while she's globetrotting, things aren't right at home. What price must Lara pay to learn the truth?

    Tomb Raider begins a new story arc, so jump aboard, if you've upgraded your climbing pick enough, that is.

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