Next Generation Doctor Who #2 
The two greatest science-fiction properties of all time cross over for the first time in history, in STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION/DOCTOR WHO: ASSIMILATION2! When the Federation's most terrifying enemy strikes an unholy alliance with one of
the Doctor's most hated antagonists, the result is devastation on a cosmic scale! Geronimo? Make it so! (W) David Tipton & Various (A) J. K. Woodward (CA) J. K. Woodward, Mark Buckingham

Hit-Girl #1
From Marvel Comics. Hit-Girl spins off into her own blood-soaked series by the sales-
busting creative team of Mark Millar and John Romita Jr. This story takes place between Kick-Ass Volumes 1 and 2 as Mindy McCready tries to settle into life as a regular school-girl, but wants nothing more than to be dispensing hot justice to the
scum of New York City. Her mother and step-father think she's doing her homework, but in reality she's taken Kick-Ass on as her sidekick and is training him up to punch, shoot and stab ... just like Daddy would have wanted. A limited edition variant by Leandro Fernandez will be released for this issue, as will a Variant (artist TBD) & John Romita Jr. Sketch Variant, and a Blank Cover Variant. NOTE: Variant supplies limited. Consult your retailer for availability. (W) Mark Millar (A/CA) John Romita

Spider-Men #2
 This June - history will be made for the Marvel Universe as the Spider-Men team up in the first ever Ultimate universe crossover. (W) Brian Michael Bendis (A) Sara Pichelli (CA) Jim Cheung

Justice League #10
THE VILLAIN'S JOURNEY" part two! The identity of the Justice League's newest and deadliest foe is revealed! Part four of the debut of SHAZAM! This issue
is also offered as a combo pack edition with a redemption code for a digital download of this issue. (W) Geoff Johns (A) Jim Lee & Various (CA) Jim Lee, Scott Williams

Before Watchmen Nite Owl #1
"The hero known to the public only as Nite Owl announced his retirement today." Plus: Don't miss the CRIMSON CORSAIR backup story by writer LEN WEIN and artist JOHN HIGGINS! This issue is also offered as a combo pack edition with a redemption code for a digital download of this issue. (W) J. Michael Straczynski, Len Wein (A) Andy Kubert & Various (CA) Andy Kubert, Joe Kubert

Before Watchmen The Comedian #1
 "I'm a funny guy..." Plus: Don't miss the CRIMSON CORSAIR backup story by writer LEN WEIN and artist JOHN HIGGINS! This issue is also offered as a combo pack edition with a redemption code for a digital download of this issue.

Walking Dead #99 
 "SOMETHING TO FEAR" CONTINUES! The unthinkable happens, as we all gear up for next month's monumental issue 100 story by ROBERT KIRKMAN art / cover CHARLIE ADLARD & CLIFF RATHBURN

CLASSIFIED! Or so Marvel says but I think the cover is a dead give away.
(W) Marjorie M. Liu (A) Mike Perkins (CA) Dustin Weaver

Green Lantern Corps #10
 "ALPHA WAR" part two! JOHN STEWART is on trial for murdering his fellow GREEN LANTERN - but does GUY GARDNER think he's guilty? Plus, more of the GUARDIANS' secret plans to amass a new army! (W) Peter J. Tomasi (A/CA) Fernando Pasarin, Scott Hanna

Avengers VS X-men #6
 ACT TWO BEGINS! Jonathan Hickman joins superstar artist Olivier Coipel (SIEGE) to launch Act Two of the biggest Marvel event of the year! What is Pax Utopia? The Phoenix has come to Earth, and everything changes...And the Scarlet Witch enters the fray! (W) Jonathan Hickman (A) Olivier Coipel (CA) Jim Cheung


Top 5 books for Wednesday 6/13 

Before Watchmen Silk Specter #1 : "Oh sweetie, you're too young to hate. Wait until you're older and the world gives you a good reason. Trust me, it won't let you down."Plus: Don't miss the CRIMSON CORSAIR backup story by writer LEN WEIN and artist JOHN HIGGINS! This issue is also offered as a combo pack edition with a redemption code for a digital download of this issue.

Star Wars Knight Errant Escape #1 : Jedi Knight Kerra Holt's next mission starts with a very personal and ultrasecret investigation! But with the dark realities of Sith territory surrounding her, something unexpected may be taking hold of the lone Jedi! As she takes the first step toward her goal, Kerra knows there will be no turning back!

Spider-men #1 : This June - history will be made for the Marvel Universe as the two Spidy’s meet for the first time.

Batman #10 :BATMAN takes the fight to THE COURT OF OWLS! Discover the evil mastermind behind THE COURT. Plus: The "Fall of the House of Wayne" backup by SCOTT SNYDER, JAMES TYNION IV and RAFAEL ALBUQUERQUE.
This issue is also offered as a combo pack edition with a redemption code for a digital download of this issue.

AvX Vs#3 : All fights, All the time! Black Widow vs. Magik! Colossus vs. Thing! Nuff Said

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Top 5 Books for Wednesday June 6th! 

Before Watchmen Minutemen #1

-The story before the masterpiece starts here

Avengers vs. X-Men #5

-The fight continues between earths greatest teams

Walking Dead Vol. 16 A Larger World TP

-Collecting issues #91-96 Larger World story

30 Days of Night #8

-Vampire tales from the Niles and Kieth

Fairest #4

-Sleeping Beauty finishes her tale of the Snow Queen


Written By: Daniel 

When you think of the greatest heroes in the DC universe, right away you think of the trinity, Superman,
Batman, and Wonder Woman. The staples that every other hero is compared too in the DCU and let’s
face it, there’s a reason for that. Now when I say who are some of the worst or seem to catch the most
flack I will bet you, nine times out of ten Aquaman tops the list. Even Craig Ferguson makes fun of him
on late night TV. Sure you may get Animal Man, Elongated Man, and maybe even Flash depending on
who you’re talking with. I once had a customer that just hated the Flash, he would say, “What? So he
can run fast, phhhh.” All right you may have something there, if he pulls a hamstring or gets something
in his eye at top speed game over. The problem is all of them have been victims of bad stories, some
more than others, Aquaman.
Aquaman, member of the Justice League, King of Atlantis and the
Seven seas, god awful orange shirt and green pants with fins on them, and how can you take a Hero seriously dressed like that. Everyone has the characters they love in the comic world, that they have looked up too or felt a connection with for one reason or another. It’s hard to connect with a fish out of water. Or is it? I love the new Aquaman book since the 52 restart and I find myself looking forward to each new issue. Yes I said it, but hear me out on this one before you think I have gone completely mental. The story is so well written by Geoff Johns, and the fact that its Aquaman seems to get washed away and it’s so well complemented by the art of Joe Prado (Blackest Night Team) really helps move the story
along. The funny thing is you even start to sympathize for the guy as you see from his eyes just how much people don’t care for him or take him seriously. There is even a beat cop who says he will put in a good word with the Justice League on what a great job he did. You see all of this unfold in the
throughout story and find yourself developing a real emotional connection with all of the characters
within the story driven by a fantastic mix of action and humor.

Over the years DC has done so well with taking lost or forgotten heroes, the B team, the characters no one likes or cares about and putting them in the spotlight, showing just how solid they can be. Identity Crisis, 52 Weeks, Birghtest Day to name a few,(and a post for another time) all with the same end result, you end up caring what happens to them. Let’s face it, there have been a few gaps since the new 52 launched and some of those gaps you simply don’t care, but in this case, this one story, I have found I do. Aquaman has decided to leave his people and live on the surface since he was raised on the land and is joined by Meria who is finding it even more difficult to adjust to this new world then Aquaman is. Some of the holes in his past have been filled in along the way with flash backs and conversation but, we are still missing the big piece of the back story and how is Black Manta connected.

Back in the day Peter David took over as the writer for Aquaman and those were some of the best stories I ever remember reading for Aquaman, hell even for that time in general. Here you have the King
of Atlantis who can talk to fish, gets his hand eaten off by piranhas and ends up sporting a hook in place of the nub. It was cool, it was a new look and approach, and went well till Peter David left and then it wasn’t as good, but you hold on to see. Then it gets a little worse, but you still hope and the next thing you know they are making Aquaman some sort of wizard from another world or some crap trying save the oceans. Can it stay this good forever? Is it the best it’s ever been? Who can say for sure, but the one thing I do know for sure. It’s so good right now, and why miss out on something that good and that I know you will love?