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  • Issue #1A
    Comic Heroes Magazine (2010) 1A

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    Original Enveloped Edition. Comic Book Heroes is a new quarterly magazine from the makers of SFX magazine, celebrating the best in modern comics and the finest in retro. The debut issue features: an Iron Man 2 preview, featuring interviews with Robert Downey, Jr. and director Jon Favreau; the 10 essential Iron Man comics stories; an interview with John Romita, Jr. on Kick-Ass; interviews with the stars of the Kick-Ass film; a complete guide to the DC Universe, including looks at Crisis on Infinite Earths, Final Crisis, Blackest Night and more; an interview with Al Ewing; the pros (including Phonogram's Kieron Gillen) give tips on how to write for comics; a look at Judge Dredd: The Apocalypse War; 6 pages from Superman: Secret Origin by Geoff Johns and Gary Frank; a beginner's guide to Bande Dessinee (French comics); a look back at Tintin; a look at super heroes in computer games; an interview with and a gallery of the art of BPRD artist Guy Davis; the making of Superman: The Movie; a spotlight on Hellblazer; opinion column from Dez Skinn; preview of the Bristol Comics Expo; a look at all the super hero movies coming your way in 2010; comic reviews; an exclusive set of 2000 AD fridge magnets, featuring Judge Dredd, Nikolai Dante, Rogue Trooper (art by PJ Holden), Hammerstein (art by Chris Askham) and the Mighty Tharg; a giant double-sided poster featuring Batman and Robin by Andy Clarke, and American Vampire; plus a free mystery Marvel comic. Cover price $19.99.

  • Issue #1B
    Comic Heroes Magazine (2010) 1B

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    Magazine Only. Comic Book Heroes is a new quarterly magazine from the makers of SFX magazine, celebrating the best in modern comics and the finest in retro. The debut issue features: an Iron Man 2 preview, featuring interviews with Robert Downey, Jr. and director Jon Favreau; the 10 essential Iron Man comics stories; an interview with John Romita, Jr. on Kick-Ass; interviews with the stars of the Kick-Ass film; a complete guide to the DC Universe, including looks at Crisis on Infinite Earths, Final Crisis, Blackest Night and more; an interview with Al Ewing; the pros (including Phonogram's Kieron Gillen) give tips on how to write for comics; a look at Judge Dredd: The Apocalypse War; 6 pages from Superman: Secret Origin by Geoff Johns and Gary Frank; a beginner's guide to Bande Dessinee (French comics); a look back at Tintin; a look at super heroes in computer games; an interview with and a gallery of the art of BPRD artist Guy Davis; the making of Superman: The Movie; a spotlight on Hellblazer; opinion column from Dez Skinn; preview of the Bristol Comics Expo; a look at all the super hero movies coming your way in 2010; comic reviews; an exclusive set of 2000 AD fridge magnets, featuring Judge Dredd, Nikolai Dante, Rogue Trooper (art by PJ Holden), Hammerstein (art by Chris Askham) and the Mighty Tharg; a giant double-sided poster featuring Batman and Robin by Andy Clarke, and American Vampire; plus a free mystery Marvel comic. Cover price $19.99.

  • Issue #2AE
    Comic Heroes Magazine (2010) 2AE

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    Original Enveloped Edition - Captain America Cover. Comic Heroes, the new quarterly from the makers of SFX, returns with a POW! with your complete guide to the Marvel universe. Elsewhere we explore the amazing (and sometimes baffling) world of Japanese manga comics. Plus we showcase the art of Dave Gibbons and introduce the second part of our comic-drawing master class. Headlining the issue is our behind the scenes look at Captain America: the upcoming film, the comic writers and the character himself. ALSO INCLUDES: A sew on patch for Hellboy's BPRD; a giant double-sided poster featuring the Flash on one side and the heroes of Brightest Day on the other; issue 1 of 'Sidekick,' wherein the best new comics are previewed, including Bryan Talbot's Grandville Mon Amour, American Reaper by Pat Mills & Clint Langley, and The Playwright by Daren White & Eddie Campbell; Alan Moore's thoughts on his new and old comics work, and on the "creatively bankrupt" modern comics industry; interviews with Stan Lee, Mike Mignola and Charlie Adlard; Lew Stringer taking a look at the rise and fall of the British humor comics; retrospectives on Nemesis the Warlock, New X-Men and Green Lantern/Green Arrow; a feature on the best and worst licensed comics. Cover price $18.99.

  • Issue #2AN
    Comic Heroes Magazine (2010) 2AN

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    Magazine Only - Captain America Cover. Comic Heroes, the new quarterly from the makers of SFX, returns with a POW! with your complete guide to the Marvel universe. Elsewhere we explore the amazing (and sometimes baffling) world of Japanese manga comics. Plus we showcase the art of Dave Gibbons and introduce the second part of our comic-drawing master class. Headlining the issue is our behind the scenes look at Captain America: the upcoming film, the comic writers and the character himself. ALSO INCLUDES: A sew on patch for Hellboy's BPRD; a giant double-sided poster featuring the Flash on one side and the heroes of Brightest Day on the other; issue 1 of 'Sidekick,' wherein the best new comics are previewed, including Bryan Talbot's Grandville Mon Amour, American Reaper by Pat Mills & Clint Langley, and The Playwright by Daren White & Eddie Campbell; Alan Moore's thoughts on his new and old comics work, and on the "creatively bankrupt" modern comics industry; interviews with Stan Lee, Mike Mignola and Charlie Adlard; Lew Stringer taking a look at the rise and fall of the British humor comics; retrospectives on Nemesis the Warlock, New X-Men and Green Lantern/Green Arrow; a feature on the best and worst licensed comics. Cover price $18.99.

  • Issue #2BE
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    Original Enveloped Edition - Hellboy Cover. Comic Heroes, the new quarterly from the makers of SFX, returns with a POW! with your complete guide to the Marvel universe. Elsewhere we explore the amazing (and sometimes baffling) world of Japanese manga comics. Plus we showcase the art of Dave Gibbons and introduce the second part of our comic-drawing master class. Headlining the issue is our behind the scenes look at Captain America: the upcoming film, the comic writers and the character himself. ALSO INCLUDES: A sew on patch for Hellboy's BPRD; a giant double-sided poster featuring the Flash on one side and the heroes of Brightest Day on the other; issue 1 of 'Sidekick,' wherein the best new comics are previewed, including Bryan Talbot's Grandville Mon Amour, American Reaper by Pat Mills & Clint Langley, and The Playwright by Daren White & Eddie Campbell; Alan Moore's thoughts on his new and old comics work, and on the "creatively bankrupt" modern comics industry; interviews with Stan Lee, Mike Mignola and Charlie Adlard; Lew Stringer taking a look at the rise and fall of the British humor comics; retrospectives on Nemesis the Warlock, New X-Men and Green Lantern/Green Arrow; a feature on the best and worst licensed comics. Cover price $18.99.

  • Issue #2BN
    Comic Heroes Magazine (2010) 2BN

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    Magazine Only - Hellboy Cover. Comic Heroes, the new quarterly from the makers of SFX, returns with a POW! with your complete guide to the Marvel universe. Elsewhere we explore the amazing (and sometimes baffling) world of Japanese manga comics. Plus we showcase the art of Dave Gibbons and introduce the second part of our comic-drawing master class. Headlining the issue is our behind the scenes look at Captain America: the upcoming film, the comic writers and the character himself. Cover price $18.99.

  • Issue #2CE
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    Original Enveloped Edition - Gorgon Cover. Comic Heroes, the new quarterly from the makers of SFX, returns with a POW! with your complete guide to the Marvel universe. Elsewhere we explore the amazing (and sometimes baffling) world of Japanese manga comics. Plus we showcase the art of Dave Gibbons and introduce the second part of our comic-drawing master class. Headlining the issue is our behind the scenes look at Captain America: the upcoming film, the comic writers and the character himself. ALSO INCLUDES: A sew on patch for Hellboy's BPRD; a giant double-sided poster featuring the Flash on one side and the heroes of Brightest Day on the other; issue 1 of 'Sidekick,' wherein the best new comics are previewed, including Bryan Talbot's Grandville Mon Amour, American Reaper by Pat Mills & Clint Langley, and The Playwright by Daren White & Eddie Campbell; Alan Moore's thoughts on his new and old comics work, and on the "creatively bankrupt" modern comics industry; interviews with Stan Lee, Mike Mignola and Charlie Adlard; Lew Stringer taking a look at the rise and fall of the British humor comics; retrospectives on Nemesis the Warlock, New X-Men and Green Lantern/Green Arrow; a feature on the best and worst licensed comics. Cover price $18.99.

  • Issue #2CN
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    Magazine Only - Gorgon Cover. Comic Heroes, the new quarterly from the makers of SFX, returns with a POW! with your complete guide to the Marvel universe. Elsewhere we explore the amazing (and sometimes baffling) world of Japanese manga comics. Plus we showcase the art of Dave Gibbons and introduce the second part of our comic-drawing master class. Headlining the issue is our behind the scenes look at Captain America: the upcoming film, the comic writers and the character himself. Cover price $18.99.

  • Issue #3A
    Comic Heroes Magazine (2010) 3A

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    Original Enveloped Edition. WE ARE THE WALKING DEAD! The third issue of Comic Heroes celebrates The Walking Dead with in-depth interviews with Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard, and an on-set report from the forthcoming AMC TV show! Also in the issue we've got a feast of comic art as Dave McKean, Jim Lee, Charles Vess and Bryan Talbot talk us through their work, and a host of industry talent contributes to 'How To Draw Comics'. And that's not all! There's a lengthy chat with the almighty Grant Morrison and we take an exclusive, behind the scenes retrospective look at the X-Men movies. And we haven't even mentioned some stunning free gifts, including the latest issue of our Sidekick sampler comic and some exclusive Walking Dead badges. Phew! ALSO INCLUDES: Everything you need to know about The Avengers ahead of 2012's silver-screen sensation; invaluable advice on how to draw comics from Dave Gibbons, Chris Weston and Mike Perkins; a giant double-sided Superman/Wonder Woman poster; a look at Neil Gaiman's The Sandman; exclusive news from Comic Con and Tony Lee's Comic Con diary; Sean Phillips on his favorite works. Cover price $18.99.

  • Issue #3B
    Comic Heroes Magazine (2010) 3B

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    Magazine Only. WE ARE THE WALKING DEAD! The third issue of Comic Heroes celebrates The Walking Dead with in-depth interviews with Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard, and an on-set report from the forthcoming AMC TV show! Also in the issue we've got a feast of comic art as Dave McKean, Jim Lee, Charles Vess and Bryan Talbot talk us through their work, and a host of industry talent contributes to 'How To Draw Comics'. And that's not all! There's a lengthy chat with the almighty Grant Morrison and we take an exclusive, behind the scenes retrospective look at the X-Men movies. And we haven't even mentioned some stunning free gifts, including the latest issue of our Sidekick sampler comic and some exclusive Walking Dead badges. Phew! ALSO INCLUDES: Everything you need to know about The Avengers ahead of 2012's silver-screen sensation; invaluable advice on how to draw comics from Dave Gibbons, Chris Weston and Mike Perkins; a giant double-sided Superman/Wonder Woman poster; a look at Neil Gaiman's The Sandman; exclusive news from Comic Con and Tony Lee's Comic Con diary; Sean Phillips on his favorite works. Cover price $18.99.

  • Issue #4A
    Comic Heroes Magazine (2010) 4A

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    Original Enveloped Edition. Headlining Comic Heroes is a massive interview with Warren Ellis, comics' finest futurist. But there's plenty more besides, including The Art of Adam Hughes, in which the acclaimed artist comments on his favourite works, and the second part of our massive How To Draw Comics feature, sporting contributions from the brightest stars in the comic art firmament. Throw in the latest news and masses of reviews, and you've got the perfect magazine for comics fans! PLUS: Kevin O'Neil talks about the much-anticipated League of Extraordinary Gentlemen Century: 1969; Moebius gets the full profile treatment by comics historian Paul Gravett; Lew Stringer takes a stroll down memory lane with Britain's forgotten superheroes; interviews with Bryan Hitch, Adi Granov and Mark Waid; Walt Simonson reminisces about his classic run on Thor; the Bluffer's Guide to Batman: essential Bat-reading; free gifts: the latest instalment of the Sidekick sampler comic (featuring some classic Jack Kirby and the forthcoming The Infinite Vacation from Image comics), the complete first issue of Stan Lee's The Traveler from Boom! Studios (complete with exclusive cover) and 3 Jack Kirby art postcards. Cover price $18.99.

  • Issue #4B
    Comic Heroes Magazine (2010) 4B

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    Magazine Only. Headlining Comic Heroes is a massive interview with Warren Ellis, comics' finest futurist. But there's plenty more besides, including The Art of Adam Hughes, in which the acclaimed artist comments on his favourite works, and the second part of our massive How To Draw Comics feature, sporting contributions from the brightest stars in the comic art firmament. Throw in the latest news and masses of reviews, and you've got the perfect magazine for comics fans! PLUS: Kevin O'Neil talks about the much-anticipated League of Extraordinary Gentlemen Century: 1969; Moebius gets the full profile treatment by comics historian Paul Gravett; Lew Stringer takes a stroll down memory lane with Britain's forgotten superheroes; interviews with Bryan Hitch, Adi Granov and Mark Waid; Walt Simonson reminisces about his classic run on Thor; the Bluffer's Guide to Batman: essential Bat-reading; free gifts: the latest instalment of the Sidekick sampler comic (featuring some classic Jack Kirby and the forthcoming The Infinite Vacation from Image comics), the complete first issue of Stan Lee's The Traveler from Boom! Studios (complete with exclusive cover) and 3 Jack Kirby art postcards. Cover price $18.99.

  • Issue #5A
    Comic Heroes Magazine (2010) 5A

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    Original Enveloped Edition. Comics Heroes talks to the makers of the Green Lantern movie and takes a look at the character in the comics and the 10 essential Green Lantern stories that every fan must read. Readers will also find the deepest comics interviews on the market and fascinating features such as Kevin O'Neill's behind-the-scenes making of The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Century: 1969. Also, awesome free gifts! PLUS: Legendary Green Lantern artist Dave Gibbons is interviewed; Brit comics legend Pat Mills discusses the past and future of girls' comics; Bryan Talbot's Adventures Of Luther Arkwright gets the full Comic Club treatment; Mark Millar is interviewed; find out everything you need to know about Marvel's Daredevil; Archie - America's eternal teenager turns 70; a look at the art of Michael Wm Kaluta; how to color comics; X-Men - Marvel's merry mutants are explored; Milo Manara; the entire first issue of Cinebook's English translation of XIII. Cover price $18.99.

  • Issue #5B
    Comic Heroes Magazine (2010) 5B

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    Magazine Only. Comics Heroes talks to the makers of the Green Lantern movie and takes a look at the character in the comics and the 10 essential Green Lantern stories that every fan must read. Readers will also find the deepest comics interviews on the market and fascinating features such as Kevin O'Neill's behind-the-scenes making of The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Century: 1969. Also, awesome free gifts! PLUS: Legendary Green Lantern artist Dave Gibbons is interviewed; Brit comics legend Pat Mills discusses the past and future of girls' comics; Bryan Talbot's Adventures Of Luther Arkwright gets the full Comic Club treatment; Mark Millar is interviewed; find out everything you need to know about Marvel's Daredevil; Archie - America's eternal teenager turns 70; a look at the art of Michael Wm Kaluta; how to color comics; X-Men - Marvel's merry mutants are explored; Milo Manara; the entire first issue of Cinebook's English translation of XIII. Cover price $18.99.

  • Issue #6A
    Comic Heroes Magazine (2010) 6A

    Original Enveloped Edition. Comic Heroes brings you the latest on the Captain America movie, plus 5 amazing fridge magnets featuring artwork from The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen - Century: 1969; giant double-sided poster featuring Flashpoint (the Flash) & The Lovecraft Anthology; Sidekick sampler comic featuring Peanuts, Slaine, Resonance & Hair Shirt; Matt Fraction talks Iron Man, Casanova & Thor; Alex Maleev talks Daredevil; Top 10 X-Men Stories; X-Men: First Class film - interviews with stars James McAvoy, Jason Flemyng, Lucas Till & Nicholas Hoult; Brian Michael Bendis talks Spider-Man; Grek Pak talks Alpha Flight; Pat Mills talks academic success; Lorenzo Mattotti; Bill Willingham talks Fables; Mike Carey & Peter Gross discuss The Unwritten; How to Ink Comics; Peter Milligan, Jim McCarthy & Brett Ewins remember Bad Company; Planetary guide. Cover price $18.99.

  • Issue #6B
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    Magazine Only. Comic Heroes brings you the latest on the Captain America movie, plus 5 amazing fridge magnets featuring artwork from The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen - Century: 1969; giant double-sided poster featuring Flashpoint (the Flash) & The Lovecraft Anthology; Sidekick sampler comic featuring Peanuts, Slaine, Resonance & Hair Shirt; Matt Fraction talks Iron Man, Casanova & Thor; Alex Maleev talks Daredevil; Top 10 X-Men Stories; X-Men: First Class film - interviews with stars James McAvoy, Jason Flemyng, Lucas Till & Nicholas Hoult; Brian Michael Bendis talks Spider-Man; Grek Pak talks Alpha Flight; Pat Mills talks academic success; Lorenzo Mattotti; Bill Willingham talks Fables; Mike Carey & Peter Gross discuss The Unwritten; How to Ink Comics; Peter Milligan, Jim McCarthy & Brett Ewins remember Bad Company; Planetary guide. Cover price $18.99.

  • Issue #7A
    Comic Heroes Magazine (2010) 7A

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    Original Enveloped Edition. Comic Book Heroes is a quarterly magazine from the makers of SFX magazine, celebrating the best in modern comics and the finest in retro. Look for articles on the latest trends, the top books, and the hottest creators, plus in-depth features on the events of yesteryear that still reverberate today. IN THIS ISSUE: Batman! The history of Gotham's premier animal-themed vigilante is examined in detail, as Comic Heroes delves deep into 70 years worth of Bat-history. As well as an in-depth look at Batman's comic history, we find out how Batman Live is looking and re-live Bruce Wayne's big-screen outings. As if that wasn't enough Bat-based goodness, there's an exclusive interview with Grant Morrison where he discusses his take on the caped crusader, and we've even had a chat with the creators of the Arkham City game. There's also the usual array of spectacular free gifts, including the regular Sidekick previews comic, a giant double-sided poster (featuring The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen and Judge Dredd) and a glow in the dark Green Lantern power ring. Elsewhere we take a look at another famous vigilante, the Punisher, revel in the art of Frank Quitely, speak to classic Transformers writer Simon Furman, have a chat with French fabulist Winshluss about his twisted new take on Pinnochio, re-evaluate Silver Age Marvel, and examine how to letter comics. Cover price $18.99.

  • Issue #7B
    Comic Heroes Magazine (2010) 7B

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    Magazine Only. Comic Book Heroes is a quarterly magazine from the makers of SFX magazine, celebrating the best in modern comics and the finest in retro. Look for articles on the latest trends, the top books, and the hottest creators, plus in-depth features on the events of yesteryear that still reverberate today. IN THIS ISSUE: Batman! The history of Gotham's premier animal-themed vigilante is examined in detail, as Comic Heroes delves deep into 70 years worth of Bat-history. As well as an in-depth look at Batman's comic history, we find out how Batman Live is looking and re-live Bruce Wayne's big-screen outings. As if that wasn't enough Bat-based goodness, there's an exclusive interview with Grant Morrison where he discusses his take on the caped crusader, and we've even had a chat with the creators of the Arkham City game. There's also the usual array of spectacular free gifts, including the regular Sidekick previews comic, a giant double-sided poster (featuring The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen and Judge Dredd) and a glow in the dark Green Lantern power ring. Elsewhere we take a look at another famous vigilante, the Punisher, revel in the art of Frank Quitely, speak to classic Transformers writer Simon Furman, have a chat with French fabulist Winshluss about his twisted new take on Pinnochio, re-evaluate Silver Age Marvel, and examine how to letter comics. Cover price $18.99.

  • Issue #8A
    Comic Heroes Magazine (2010) 8A

    Original Enveloped Edition. With the title for Zack Snyder's Superman reboot confirmed as The Man Of Steel, Comic Heroes goes Krypton krazy - it's an issue dedicated to Supes himself. Everything you need to know about the upcoming film plus our ten favourite Superman comics ever, and a complete guide to the character's appearances in every medium. The issue also includes a look at how Tintin went from Belgian comic strip to big screen blockbuster, plus all your usual news and reviews from the international comics scene. Free gifts include badges and the Sidekick preview comic, featuring new comics excerpts. PLUS: a super sew-on fabric Superman patch; giant double-sided poster featuring Slaine the Wanderer and Hunt Emerson's Frankenstein; interviews with Jonathan Ross (Turf), JM Straczynski, Jonathan Hickman, Kieron Gillen, Dan Didio and Keith Giffen; how they made Beast from X-Men: First Class; Joe Hill; the Art of John Higgins; music in comics. Cover price $18.99.

  • Issue #8B
    Comic Heroes Magazine (2010) 8B

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    Magazine Only. With the title for Zack Snyder's Superman reboot confirmed as The Man Of Steel, Comic Heroes goes Krypton krazy - it's an issue dedicated to Supes himself. Everything you need to know about the upcoming film plus our ten favourite Superman comics ever, and a complete guide to the character's appearances in every medium. The issue also includes a look at how Tintin went from Belgian comic strip to big screen blockbuster, plus all your usual news and reviews from the international comics scene. Free gifts include badges and the Sidekick preview comic, featuring new comics excerpts. PLUS: a super sew-on fabric Superman patch; giant double-sided poster featuring Slaine the Wanderer and Hunt Emerson's Frankenstein; interviews with Jonathan Ross (Turf), JM Straczynski, Jonathan Hickman, Kieron Gillen, Dan Didio and Keith Giffen; how they made Beast from X-Men: First Class; Joe Hill; the Art of John Higgins; music in comics. Cover price $18.99.

  • Issue #9A
    Comic Heroes Magazine (2010) 9A

    Original Enveloped Edition. From Asterix to the X-Men and all points in between, Comic Heroes explores the wide, weird world of comics in unparalleled depth! Excitement abound for the upcoming Spider-Man movie, and Comic Heroes goes Spider-Man crazy celebrating the astonishing history of ol' Webhead in penetrating fashion, providing detailed interviews with the key writers and artists on the comics. We also take you inside the making of The Walking Dead season 2 as Robert Kirkman tells all about working on both the comics and the TV show. PLUS: giant double-sided poster of 2000 AD's Cradlegrave and DC's The New 52; Spider-Man key ring; Garth Ennis talks about The Boys; the art of Mark Buckingham; 2000 AD's The Mighty Tharg speaks; the bluffer's guide to Jack Kirby; Paul Cornell talks DC's New 52; plus Dan Slott, Nick Spencer, Garen Ewing, The New 52 reviewed, The Filth. Cover price $18.99.

  • Issue #9B
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    Magazine Only. From Asterix to the X-Men and all points in between, Comic Heroes explores the wide, weird world of comics in unparalleled depth! Excitement abound for the upcoming Spider-Man movie, and Comic Heroes goes Spider-Man crazy celebrating the astonishing history of ol' Webhead in penetrating fashion, providing detailed interviews with the key writers and artists on the comics. We also take you inside the making of The Walking Dead season 2 as Robert Kirkman tells all about working on both the comics and the TV show. PLUS: giant double-sided poster of 2000 AD's Cradlegrave and DC's The New 52; Spider-Man key ring; Garth Ennis talks about The Boys; the art of Mark Buckingham; 2000 AD's The Mighty Tharg speaks; the bluffer's guide to Jack Kirby; Paul Cornell talks DC's New 52; plus Dan Slott, Nick Spencer, Garen Ewing, The New 52 reviewed, The Filth. Cover price $18.99.

  • Issue #10A
    Comic Heroes Magazine (2010) 10A

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    Original Enveloped Edition. A hero is only as good as his or her opponents, which is why this month Comic Heroes is celebrating those bothersome creeps by dedicating a whopping 15 pages to a count down of the top 50 comic gad guys, as voted for by the readers of Comic Heroes - that's you lot! Disagree with the decisions? Then you've only got yourself to blame. Elsewhere, we shift focus from villains to anti-heroes, one anti-hero in particular, mob-boss Jackie Estacado who returns in videogame sequel The Darkness II. We're so excited about the long-anticipated sequel we got on the blower with the creator of the original comic - and a man closely involved with the creation of the game - Marc Silvestri to chat about what to expect and why it could be the best comic book adaptation ever. That's not all! Bryan Singer looks back on bringing the X-Men and Superman to the big screen, we celebrate 20 years of Madman with Mike Allred, Frank Miller gives us the lowdown on his work from The Dark Knight Returns to Holy Terror, your bluffers guide to DC and Vertigo and we ask the mighty George Perez about his inspirations. And as always our extensive reviews section covers the best of the month's releases, including Paul Dini's collected Batman: Arkham City graphic novel, the League Of Gentlemen Omnibus HC, Self Made Heroes' Hellraisers, a round up of the latest Marvel, DC and Dark Horse releases and Alan Moore's superb Neonomicon. Plus Jeff Lemire, Jason Aaron, Scott Snyder, and Luke Cage - an appreciation. Free stuff - 48-page graphic novel Thorgal: The Invisible Fortress, plus 3 free Batman new 52 postcards. Cover price $18.99.

  • Issue #10B
    Comic Heroes Magazine (2010) 10B

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    Magazine Only. A hero is only as good as his or her opponents, which is why this month Comic Heroes is celebrating those bothersome creeps by dedicating a whopping 15 pages to a count down of the top 50 comic gad guys, as voted for by the readers of Comic Heroes - that's you lot! Disagree with the decisions? Then you've only got yourself to blame. Elsewhere, we shift focus from villains to anti-heroes, one anti-hero in particular, mob-boss Jackie Estacado who returns in videogame sequel The Darkness II. We're so excited about the long-anticipated sequel we got on the blower with the creator of the original comic - and a man closely involved with the creation of the game - Marc Silvestri to chat about what to expect and why it could be the best comic book adaptation ever. That's not all! Bryan Singer looks back on bringing the X-Men and Superman to the big screen, we celebrate 20 years of Madman with Mike Allred, Frank Miller gives us the lowdown on his work from The Dark Knight Returns to Holy Terror, your bluffers guide to DC and Vertigo and we ask the mighty George Perez about his inspirations. And as always our extensive reviews section covers the best of the month's releases, including Paul Dini's collected Batman: Arkham City graphic novel, the League Of Gentlemen Omnibus HC, Self Made Heroes' Hellraisers, a round up of the latest Marvel, DC and Dark Horse releases and Alan Moore's superb Neonomicon. Plus Jeff Lemire, Jason Aaron, Scott Snyder, and Luke Cage - an appreciation. Free stuff - 48-page graphic novel Thorgal: The Invisible Fortress, plus 3 free Batman new 52 postcards. Cover price $18.99.

  • Issue #11A
    Comic Heroes Magazine (2010) 11A

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    Original Enveloped Edition. The latest Comic Heroes counts down the top 50 superheroes of all time, from Batman to Wolverine - as voted for by you. Where will your favourite place on this ultimate list? There's only one way to find out! This issue comes with three fantastic freebies: check out the 2000 AD badges, Sidekick sampler comic and giant double-sided poster of The New 52 and American Vampire. Inside the magazine we also deliver an exclusive interview with Ed Brubaker. He discusses Captain America, the launch of his right-hand man Bucky's title Winter Soldier and the new image series Fatale with artistic partner Sean Phillips. You'll find details about Avengers Vs X-Men, which hits stores in April to coincide with the highly anticipated release of Joss Whedon's film The Avengers. Not only do we list the greatest heroes ever, but we point out the really crappy ones too. Which hero's secret weapon is a trained bumble bee that lives in his belt buckle? Who's power relies on the length of his hair? Or what about a riot cop on a skateboard? These rubbish heroes and others. Plus we've got loads more, with the bluffer's guide to George Pérez, the art of Jamie McKelvie, American Flagg, Massimo Belardinelli and extensive reviews featuring the best of the month's releases. If that wasn't enough we also have Hogan talking Tom Strong, and a celebration of Judge Dredd. Cover price $18.99.

  • Issue #11B
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    Magazine Only. The latest Comic Heroes counts down the top 50 superheroes of all time, from Batman to Wolverine - as voted for by you. Where will your favourite place on this ultimate list? There's only one way to find out! This issue comes with three fantastic freebies: check out the 2000 AD badges, Sidekick sampler comic and giant double-sided poster of The New 52 and American Vampire. Inside the magazine we also deliver an exclusive interview with Ed Brubaker. He discusses Captain America, the launch of his right-hand man Bucky's title Winter Soldier and the new image series Fatale with artistic partner Sean Phillips. You'll find details about Avengers Vs X-Men, which hits stores in April to coincide with the highly anticipated release of Joss Whedon's film The Avengers. Not only do we list the greatest heroes ever, but we point out the really crappy ones too. Which hero's secret weapon is a trained bumble bee that lives in his belt buckle? Who's power relies on the length of his hair? Or what about a riot cop on a skateboard? These rubbish heroes and others. Plus we've got loads more, with the bluffer's guide to George Pérez, the art of Jamie McKelvie, American Flagg, Massimo Belardinelli and extensive reviews featuring the best of the month's releases. If that wasn't enough we also have Hogan talking Tom Strong, and a celebration of Judge Dredd. Cover price $18.99.

  • Issue #12A
    Comic Heroes Magazine (2010) 12A

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    Original Enveloped Edition. Avengers Assemble! - From page to big screen, it's your complete guide to Marvel's Avengers! Join Iron Man, Thor, Hawkeye, Black Widow, Hulk and Captain America as they form the ultimate superhero team-up - we've got 50 years of history to help you catch up. And to help celebrate this month's spectacular cinema release there's also an official Avengers Assemble poster with every issue. Freebies! - Comic Heroes #12 also boasts a Judge Dredd keyring and your latest Sidekick sampler, 36 pages of previews including 8 pages from the new HP Lovecraft graphic novel, "The Case Of Charles Dexter Ward." There's also an exclusive interview with Andrew Garfield, the new chap in the Spider-Man mask, as fans everywhere prepare themselves for Sony's new film adaptation The Amazing Spider-Man. We also take a look at the art of Roger Langridge, look at the success of Spandex with creator Martin Eden, celebrate 2000AD's leading ladies man Nikolai Dante, take a peek at Dial H For Hero, find out Darwyn Cooke's heroes and inspirations, and have a rare meeting with American Flagg creator Howard Chaykin. Plus, we look at the role of women in comics, provide a handy bluffer's guide to the work of the incredible Bryan Talbot, celebrate the life and work of Moebius, have a chat with Mark Millar, and talk to V For Vendetta artist David Lloyd about his latest digital project, Kickback. There's also our usual comprehensive set of reviews and much more besides! Plus: an interview with Bryan Hitch. Cover price $18.99.

  • Issue #12B
    Comic Heroes Magazine (2010) 12B

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    Magazine Only. Avengers Assemble! - From page to big screen, it's your complete guide to Marvel's Avengers! Join Iron Man, Thor, Hawkeye, Black Widow, Hulk and Captain America as they form the ultimate superhero team-up - we've got 50 years of history to help you catch up. And to help celebrate this month's spectacular cinema release there's also an official Avengers Assemble poster with every issue. Freebies! - Comic Heroes #12 also boasts a Judge Dredd keyring and your latest Sidekick sampler, 36 pages of previews including 8 pages from the new HP Lovecraft graphic novel, "The Case Of Charles Dexter Ward." There's also an exclusive interview with Andrew Garfield, the new chap in the Spider-Man mask, as fans everywhere prepare themselves for Sony's new film adaptation The Amazing Spider-Man. We also take a look at the art of Roger Langridge, look at the success of Spandex with creator Martin Eden, celebrate 2000AD's leading ladies man Nikolai Dante, take a peek at Dial H For Hero, find out Darwyn Cooke's heroes and inspirations, and have a rare meeting with American Flagg creator Howard Chaykin. Plus, we look at the role of women in comics, provide a handy bluffer's guide to the work of the incredible Bryan Talbot, celebrate the life and work of Moebius, have a chat with Mark Millar, and talk to V For Vendetta artist David Lloyd about his latest digital project, Kickback. There's also our usual comprehensive set of reviews and much more besides! Plus: an interview with Bryan Hitch. Cover price $18.99.

  • Issue #13A
    Comic Heroes Magazine (2010) 13A

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    Original Enveloped Edition. Our lucky number 13 brings you a FREE giant poster of Before Watchmen and Spandex, a Batman pin badge and Sidekick magazine (that's FREE previews of six sizzling hot new comics). This one is the BAD GIRLS ISSUE, so brace yourself for a countdown of the 30 sexiest, slinkiest sinners in comics. Packed full of dazzling visuals and tantalizing trivia, we'll fill your head with comic-y lady-knowledge. For instance, did you know on what day Jenny Sparks was born? Or where Red Sonja got her name from? Or what Catwoman eats for breakfast? (OK, maybe not that, but the rest we can definitely tell you.) We also bring you all of our coverage from KAPOW! 2012, keeping a watchful eye out for celebrities and catching up with head honchos from Marvel, DC and Image amongst others. In case you hadn't noticed yet, THE DARK KNIGHT RISES is out this month, and we list our 20 reasons why we're excited for its arrival. We've also conducted some thorough research on BANE, and taken a look through BATMAN'S SIDEKICKS over the years. But it's not all about Batman though. We also look at DC's controversial prequels BEFORE WATCHMEN, and take a stroll through the life-story of THE SILVER SURFER. Elsewhere, we chat with WALT SIMONSON to find out his biggest influences, and take Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars to task in the COMICS COURTROOM, MATT WAGNER tells us about Grendel, Mage, Trinity and his other elegant creations, and we admire his finest work. We also head off to Switzerland, where the versatile graphic novelist FREDERIK PEETERS reveals how he keeps his new ideas fresh and original, and why he doesn't like using pencils. In the ever-packed REVIEWS section we have, among others, The Wolf Man, Lucky Luke, Six Guns, Supercrooks and much, much more. Plus: GRANT MORRISON, JOE QUESADA, GAIL SIMONE, GREG RUCKA and JOHN BYRNE, and a look at The New 52: the second wave. Cover price $17.99.

  • Issue #13B
    Comic Heroes Magazine (2010) 13B

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    Magazine Only. Our lucky number 13 brings you a FREE giant poster of Before Watchmen and Spandex, a Batman pin badge and Sidekick magazine (that's FREE previews of six sizzling hot new comics). This one is the BAD GIRLS ISSUE, so brace yourself for a countdown of the 30 sexiest, slinkiest sinners in comics. Packed full of dazzling visuals and tantalizing trivia, we'll fill your head with comic-y lady-knowledge. For instance, did you know on what day Jenny Sparks was born? Or where Red Sonja got her name from? Or what Catwoman eats for breakfast? (OK, maybe not that, but the rest we can definitely tell you.) We also bring you all of our coverage from KAPOW! 2012, keeping a watchful eye out for celebrities and catching up with head honchos from Marvel, DC and Image amongst others. In case you hadn't noticed yet, THE DARK KNIGHT RISES is out this month, and we list our 20 reasons why we're excited for its arrival. We've also conducted some thorough research on BANE, and taken a look through BATMAN'S SIDEKICKS over the years. But it's not all about Batman though. We also look at DC's controversial prequels BEFORE WATCHMEN, and take a stroll through the life-story of THE SILVER SURFER. Elsewhere, we chat with WALT SIMONSON to find out his biggest influences, and take Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars to task in the COMICS COURTROOM, MATT WAGNER tells us about Grendel, Mage, Trinity and his other elegant creations, and we admire his finest work. We also head off to Switzerland, where the versatile graphic novelist FREDERIK PEETERS reveals how he keeps his new ideas fresh and original, and why he doesn't like using pencils. In the ever-packed REVIEWS section we have, among others, The Wolf Man, Lucky Luke, Six Guns, Supercrooks and much, much more. Plus: GRANT MORRISON, JOE QUESADA, GAIL SIMONE, GREG RUCKA and JOHN BYRNE, and a look at The New 52: the second wave. Cover price $17.99.

  • Issue #14A
    Comic Heroes Magazine (2010) 14A

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    Original Enveloped Edition. This issue brings a giant-size Sidekick! Issue one of your new and improved sampler includes previews of the best new comics: It Girl And The Atomics, The Nao of Brown, The Silver Darlings and The Bulletproof Coffin. Plus we introduce Comic Heroes Presents, a free graphic novel concentrating on a comic character each month: issue one brings two complete Judge Dredd stories! 80 pages of free comics not enough for you? Okay, we have two postcards too, featuring images from Image Comics' Happy! and Fatale. Wolverine! He's the best at what he does...How one clawed man changed comics. We look at Wolverine's origins, his story, and how we grew to love this unlikely hero. Killer Heroes! Once upon a time, superheroes didn't kill. But then the '70s came along, with Frank and Logan, and neither was much of a rule-follower at heart. Comic Heroes examines the most ruthless characters in comics. Dredd 3D Movie Special! Judge Dredd is brought to the big screen on a rich foundation - 35 years of comic history. After a failed manifestation in 1995, how will this 2012 reboot compare? We look at the new backdrop for the film, screenwriter Alex Garland talks movie rights, and Karl Urban talks about reading comics for research. Plus! We chat with Frazer Irving about his art, his influences and the methods he uses to create his comics; we examine the new Doctor Who comic; we hit the underworld with Italian crime comics; and we study one of the all-time greats, Neal Adams. And 15 pages of reviews including: The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen Century: 2009, Before Watchmen, Avengers Vs X-Men, Animal Man, The Judas Coin, 2000 AD, Hit Girl, Batman: Death By Design and much, much more. Plus: Mike Allred, Greg Pak, Steve Niles, Killraven, The Victories, the glorious return of Glyn Dillon, and Axel Alonso explains Marvel NOW! Cover price $17.99.

  • Issue #14B
    Comic Heroes Magazine (2010) 14B

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    Magazine Only. This issue brings a giant-size Sidekick! Issue one of your new and improved sampler includes previews of the best new comics: It Girl And The Atomics, The Nao of Brown, The Silver Darlings and The Bulletproof Coffin. Plus we introduce Comic Heroes Presents, a free graphic novel concentrating on a comic character each month: issue one brings two complete Judge Dredd stories! 80 pages of free comics not enough for you? Okay, we have two postcards too, featuring images from Image Comics' Happy! and Fatale. Wolverine! He's the best at what he does...How one clawed man changed comics. We look at Wolverine's origins, his story, and how we grew to love this unlikely hero. Killer Heroes! Once upon a time, superheroes didn't kill. But then the '70s came along, with Frank and Logan, and neither was much of a rule-follower at heart. Comic Heroes examines the most ruthless characters in comics. Dredd 3D Movie Special! Judge Dredd is brought to the big screen on a rich foundation - 35 years of comic history. After a failed manifestation in 1995, how will this 2012 reboot compare? We look at the new backdrop for the film, screenwriter Alex Garland talks movie rights, and Karl Urban talks about reading comics for research. Plus! We chat with Frazer Irving about his art, his influences and the methods he uses to create his comics; we examine the new Doctor Who comic; we hit the underworld with Italian crime comics; and we study one of the all-time greats, Neal Adams. And 15 pages of reviews including: The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen Century: 2009, Before Watchmen, Avengers Vs X-Men, Animal Man, The Judas Coin, 2000 AD, Hit Girl, Batman: Death By Design and much, much more. Plus: Mike Allred, Greg Pak, Steve Niles, Killraven, The Victories, the glorious return of Glyn Dillon, and Axel Alonso explains Marvel NOW! Cover price $17.99.

  • Issue #15A
    Comic Heroes Magazine (2010) 15A

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    Original Enveloped Edition. It's the super teams issue! Obviously the only thing better than one superhero is a whole bunch of them, so your chums on Comic Heroes deliver a countdown of the best hero teams from page and screen.Guardians Of The Galaxy, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Marvel's Avengers, the JLA and many more over 30 pages. Who'll take the top spot? Plus, Captain Marvel and Ghost's Kelly Sue DeConnick talks to Comic Heroes about women in comics and about taking over Avengers Assemble from Brian Michael Bendis in November. (We also catch up with him to ask how it feels to be joining the X-Men!) And with the third season of the TV adaptation delighting and terrifying small-screen audiences, The Walking Dead comic - now beyond its 100th issue - has got plenty of, ahem, life left in it, as Charlie Adlard assures us. Comic Heroes also talks to creators like Kieron Gillen, Lauren Beukes and Al Ewing. Plus, Matt Fraction talks the first family of comic books, we anxiously await mishaps in Murder World, discover how artist Simon Bisley used strangely maternal robots to hit the ground running, and with the passing of art legend Joe Kubert we take a look at his mixed and massive catalogue of comics work. There's also reports from events like Thought Bubble, reviews of Before Watchmen, Marvel annuals, The New Deadwardians, 2000 AD, Hawkeye and many more! Free stuff - Issue two of the new and improved Sidekick comes with more HUGE previews: Tank Girl, The Sixth Gun,The Curse and more. Plus, Comic Heroes Presents...this month comes direct from DC with strips from the likes of Superman, The Phantom Stranger and Sword Of Sorcery. 80 pages of free strip not enough for you? Fine, we have two postcards too, featuring images from DC's New 52 (The Joker's Back!) and The Hole Of Tank Girl. Cover price $17.99.

  • Issue #15B
    Comic Heroes Magazine (2010) 15B

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    Magazine Only. It's the super teams issue! Obviously the only thing better than one superhero is a whole bunch of them, so your chums on Comic Heroes deliver a countdown of the best hero teams from page and screen.Guardians Of The Galaxy, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Marvel's Avengers, the JLA and many more over 30 pages. Who'll take the top spot? Plus, Captain Marvel and Ghost's Kelly Sue DeConnick talks to Comic Heroes about women in comics and about taking over Avengers Assemble from Brian Michael Bendis in November. (We also catch up with him to ask how it feels to be joining the X-Men!) And with the third season of the TV adaptation delighting and terrifying small-screen audiences, The Walking Dead comic - now beyond its 100th issue - has got plenty of, ahem, life left in it, as Charlie Adlard assures us. Comic Heroes also talks to creators like Kieron Gillen, Lauren Beukes and Al Ewing. Plus, Matt Fraction talks the first family of comic books, we anxiously await mishaps in Murder World, discover how artist Simon Bisley used strangely maternal robots to hit the ground running, and with the passing of art legend Joe Kubert we take a look at his mixed and massive catalogue of comics work. There's also reports from events like Thought Bubble, reviews of Before Watchmen, Marvel annuals, The New Deadwardians, 2000 AD, Hawkeye and many more! Free stuff - Issue two of the new and improved Sidekick comes with more HUGE previews: Tank Girl, The Sixth Gun,The Curse and more. Plus, Comic Heroes Presents...this month comes direct from DC with strips from the likes of Superman, The Phantom Stranger and Sword Of Sorcery. 80 pages of free strip not enough for you? Fine, we have two postcards too, featuring images from DC's New 52 (The Joker's Back!) and The Hole Of Tank Girl. Cover price $17.99.