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Feb. 26 Comics Preview: A Marvellous Week for Marvel Fans

Green Goblin chess cover Superior Spider-Man #28Guardians of the Galaxy #12 variant cover Sara Pichelli AngelHawkeye #15 David Aja crossword cover

Sometimes one of the Big Two just wins it for releases in a given week. This is one of those weeks.

Guardians of the Galaxy #12
Guardians of the Galaxy #12 variant cover Sara Pichelli Angel
With the release of the movie trailer last week, is there a hotter commodity right now than the Guardians of the Galaxy franchise? It’s epic, fantastical and just plain enjoyable. Writer Brian Michael Bendis is leveraging the current crossover with the All-New X-Men to its full potential, both in terms of heartfelt character moments (and we get to see teenage Cyclops meet his spacefaring dad for one such scene this issue), but also in terms of raw humour. I mean, Bobby Drake unable to call Rocket Raccoon the “R” word?

Love it.

And with Sara Pichelli doing the art on this one, it’s going to be gorgeous, too.

I mean, Angela, right?

Written by Brian Michael Bendis with art by Sara Pichelli.

Superior Spider-Man #28
Green Goblin chess cover Superior Spider-Man #28
The Green Goblin knows Spider-Man’s secret. No, not the part that he’s really Peter Parker – that’s too simple. the Goblin knows it’s Doctor Octopus running Spider-Man’s life right now, and he’s prepared to tear down Otto’s whole operation if he doesn’t get a little co-operation in ruling the city.

Superior Spider-Man has been a lot of things since Peter Parker’s not-so-permanent death. But boring? That word’s never been part of it.

Written by Dan Slott with art by Giuseppe Camuncoli.

Hawkeye #15
Hawkeye #15 David Aja crossword cover
Clint Barton’s back! And his comic book cover doubles as a crossword puzzle! Now you can read the story inside, then treat your comic like a supply teacher’s busywork from grade school!

Hawkguy and his brother defend their apartment from bad guys. Here’s hoping we get to see the boomerang arrow again. Because, boomerangs.

Written by Matt Fraction with art by David Aja.

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