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Bleach Volume 64 consists almost entirely of an intense battle between 11th Division Captain Kenpachi Zaraki and Sternritter “V” Gremmy Thoumeoux.
Bleach (3-in-1 Edition), Vol. 12 begins with Ichigo and his allies battling the vicious Esapadas in an effort to rescue Orihime.
Dragonball (3-in-1 Edition), Vol. 9 features Goku’s very first Super Saiyan transformation and battle with the nefarious Freeza.
Naruto Vol. 71 starts with a bang as Madara manages to revive Kaguya, heralding the final boss fight of the fifteen-year Naruto saga!
Naruto Vol. 70 begins with the war against Madara still raging on, as Might Guy prepares to unleash his most dangerous move.
Ultraman Vol. 1: This Is The Beginning of a New Age is a fantastic reintroduction of the character, with great writing and gorgeous artwork.
In The Black Hood #5, Greg puts his detective skills and fists to work, leading to an intense encounter with "The Connection".
Archie #1 features stellar artwork, though the characters haven't really evolved from their squeaky clean representation in the 1950s.
The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina #3 is a real page-turner, full of complex characters, interesting dialogue and thrilling tension.
The Black Hood #3 continues to drive the story forward, adding more layers to Greg and giving us more of a glimpse at his take on the vigilante.
The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina #2 is worth the wait, focusing on the sinister Madam Satan and her past relationship with Sabrina's father.
Afterlife With Archie #7 takes place during Thanksgiving, and there's not a whole lot to be thankful for in the Archieverse.
Batgirl #36 has a strong anime influence, as Barbara chases down two twin girls that have stolen prototype motorcycles from her school.
All You Need Is Kill tells the story of a soldier named Keiji Kiriya, who keeps reliving the same horrific battle over and over during an alien invasion.
In Naoki Serizawa’s Resident Evil: The Marhawa Desire Vol. 1, Capcom’s seminal horror franchise is brought to life in manga form for the first time.
DC Comics' Harley Quinn Annual #1 is a crazy comic with an interesting gimmick - Rub N' Smell pages that tap into the reader's olfactory senses.
DC Comics' Batgirl #35 is a fun issue that goes a little too far in its attempt to appeal to a modern audience.
November 4th will see the release of Vampire Knight Manga Box Set 2, but first we're taking a look at the series' origins with volumes 1-10.
Fans of Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag - or just pirates in general - will definitely want to check out Insight Editions' Blackbeard: The Lost Journal.
Beloved comic character Archie Andrews meets a tragic end in The Death of Archie: A Life Celebrated.
"Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Ultimate Visual History" recounts the franchise's incredibly interesting past in a book that is impossible to put down.
Comic fans looking for something a bit out of the ordinary, and not so dark and gritty, will definitely want to check out The Fox Vol. 1: Freak Magnet.
Afterlife With Archie #6 fills readers in on exactly what's been going on in Sabrina's life since those harrowing events in the first issue.
In an effort to steer the ship back on course, DC has brought Geoff Johns and John Romita, Jr. into the fold beginning with Superman #32.
Afterlife With Archie, Vol. 1: Escape From Riverdale collects the first five issues of this emotionally-charged, terrifying comic.