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  • Here it is! The final issue of Comic Heroes. If youre serious about comics and sad to say goodbye, grab the latest and last issue. Thank you to all our readers, contributors, guests and interviewees whove been part of the mag since 2010. Were sorry to wave farewell, but think this issue is a cracker. Presenting the sci-fi issue of the worlds greatest comics magazine! Power-packed with all-new features and interviews, it comes jam-packed with everything you need to know about the Guardians of the Galaxy franchise, the cosmos of comics and more! Youll also find a slew of interviews with the likes of Jörg Tittel, Dave Gibbons, Walt Simonson, Jock, Robert Kirkman and loads more. What else is in this amazing issue? The Top 25 cosmic comic heroes. Delve into the out-of-this-world feature investigating who reigns supreme over the universe. Discover all you need to know about Titans upcoming Doctor Who comics, bringing the David Tennant, Matt Smith and Peter Capaldi Doctors to life once more. A century after the First World War, we jump into Charleys War; arguably the best war comic of all time. Joseph McCabe explores the many faces of John Constantine. Plus: samples from the latest comics including Ricky Rouse Has A Gun by John Aggs and Jörg Tittel (whos also interviewed); Mike Perkins on Deathlok The Demolisher; Elric: The Ruby Throne; John Romita, Jr.; Carl Potts, Chuck Dixon and Larry Stroman; an investigation into crowd-funded projects in comics; the complete history of Marvel's space adventures; and a showcase of superb artwork!Cover price $9.99.

    Magazine Only. SUPERMAN - Kal-El tops our list of the most important aliens in comics, plus we talk with the likes of Steve Rude, Lee Bermejo and Scott Snyder about what's next for the character. PAT MILLS - "Nemesis and all the other Space Gods should be regarded with deep suspicion." Wise words on the Warlock from the legendary 2000 AD editor and British comics guru. NEXUS - artist and co-creator Steve Rude checks in to talk about the seminal '80s strip and working at DC. (Spoiler: he thinks Joss Whedon should direct a Nexus movie.) DAN SLOTT - the chief scribe on Superior Spider-Man talks about making the character his own, about angry fans and about what the future holds for Marvel. MARK MILLAR - with Kick-Ass 2 due in cinemas soon, we take time to talk to the Scottish writer and discover why Jupiter's Legacy might just be his most ambitious project yet. REVIEWS - Comic Heroes wouldn't be complete without its reviews section: we deliver our verdict on the latest from Marvel, DC, Cinebook and more, including Constantine by Jeff Lemire and Ray Fawkes. INTERVIEWS - yet more folk granting us a behind-the-scenes glimpse at the comics biz? Sure thing: Adi Granov, Rob Williams, Nick Percival, Lee Bermejo, Enki Bilal and John Wagner to name but six. PLUS - you mean there's more in here? Yup: a packed news section, Daredevil: End of Days, Matt Kindt talks Martian Manhunter, Doctor Who, Corey Taylor on becoming the latest musician to work with Dark Horse, Omega the Unknown, Hugh Jackman in The Wolverine, artist Mike Perkins' column and stacks more. FREE WITH THIS ISSUE - the 116-page packet of comic goodness packs a powerful punch; as do the free gifts. This month's printed magazine delivers a Marshal Law postcard, on top of a bumper 52-page Sidekick comic sampler magazine and two 2000 AD badges. Halo Jones and Rogue Trooper fans rejoice!Cover price $17.99.

  • Original Enveloped Edition. SUPERMAN - Kal-El tops our list of the most important aliens in comics, plus we talk with the likes of Steve Rude, Lee Bermejo and Scott Snyder about what's next for the character. PAT MILLS - "Nemesis and all the other Space Gods should be regarded with deep suspicion." Wise words on the Warlock from the legendary 2000 AD editor and British comics guru. NEXUS - artist and co-creator Steve Rude checks in to talk about the seminal '80s strip and working at DC. (Spoiler: he thinks Joss Whedon should direct a Nexus movie.) DAN SLOTT - the chief scribe on Superior Spider-Man talks about making the character his own, about angry fans and about what the future holds for Marvel. MARK MILLAR - with Kick-Ass 2 due in cinemas soon, we take time to talk to the Scottish writer and discover why Jupiter's Legacy might just be his most ambitious project yet. REVIEWS - Comic Heroes wouldn't be complete without its reviews section: we deliver our verdict on the latest from Marvel, DC, Cinebook and more, including Constantine by Jeff Lemire and Ray Fawkes. INTERVIEWS - yet more folk granting us a behind-the-scenes glimpse at the comics biz? Sure thing: Adi Granov, Rob Williams, Nick Percival, Lee Bermejo, Enki Bilal and John Wagner to name but six. PLUS - you mean there's more in here? Yup: a packed news section, Daredevil: End of Days, Matt Kindt talks Martian Manhunter, Doctor Who, Corey Taylor on becoming the latest musician to work with Dark Horse, Omega the Unknown, Hugh Jackman in The Wolverine, artist Mike Perkins' column and stacks more. FREE WITH THIS ISSUE - the 116-page packet of comic goodness packs a powerful punch; as do the free gifts. This month's printed magazine delivers a Marshal Law postcard, on top of a bumper 52-page Sidekick comic sampler magazine and two 2000 AD badges. Halo Jones and Rogue Trooper fans rejoice!Cover price $17.99.

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