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As you can see, there's entirely too much neat-looking stuff coming out this week.
Batman #666 -- Not usually a Morrison fan, but this concept sounds really fun.
JSA Classified #28 -- Maybe I am the only one asking, but where the heck are Jakeem and Thunderbolt, anyway?
Matian Manhunter: The Others Among Us TPB -- Not picking this up, I'm going to hook up my friend Adama and get his singles instead. Woo, Martian Manhunter!
Showcase Presents: Martian Manhunter v.1 -- DC continues to impress with it's varying and wide array of Showcase volumes. Woo, Martian Manhunter!
Supergirl and the Legion of Super Heroes #32 -- Bedard had a good setup last issue, so I have high hopes for this installment of the "Search for Cosmic Boy."
Superman #665 -- Gotta look at this one, the solicit says its a "Countdown dossier," whatever that means.
Wonder Woman #11 -- At this point, I want to see how Amazons Attack! ends so I can know the setup for when Gail Simone comes on board.
Annihilation Conquest: Star Lord #1 -- Two words: Rocket Racoon!
Heroes for Hire #12 -- Ahh, Heroes For Hire... keeps me entertained and saves me money by recapping big events like Civil War and World War Hulk. Pure Bronze Age goodness. (Also: Moon Boy.)
Iron Man #20 -- Previously, a poorly conceived and executed crossover took over the title... again. This at least has an interesting setup, and this book has been generally good since the relaunch.
Marvel Adventures: Iron Man #3 -- For those of you who don't get enough Iron in your diet, try this easy-to-digest format.
X-Men: First Class v.2:no.2 -- The original X-Men get no love as a general rule, so this series is a total blast.
Futurama Comics #32 -- Soon, I'll be able to have my Futurama fix on television again, but there is something partly quaint and partly awesome about these comics.
Star Trek: Year Four #1 -- The Space Between ran hot and cold, but I will give this TOS first issue a try.
So what looks good to YOU?