Black Order #4 Black Order #4 - Written by Derek Landy. Art by Philip Tan. Cover by Inhyuk Lee. Variant Cover by John Tyler Christopher.

Empires, rebellions, super heroes and spies - all in a day's work for the enigmatic Black Swan.

With a dark and twisted Nova on the rampage and her Black Order teammates getting decidedly pummeled, the Swan is presented with a simple choice: stay and risk an ungainly end or leave and abandon the closest thing she has to a family.

Rated T+ - 32 pgs./$3.99 - On Sale February 20th


Guardians of the Galaxy #2 Guardians of the Galaxy #2 - Written by Donny Cates. Art by Geoff Shaw. Cover by David Marquez. Variant Cover by Matteo Scalera.

Thanos is dead...Long live the NEW Thanos!

But who will it be?!

Will the new Guardians of the Galaxy find that person in time before the universe comes crashing down?

Rated T+ - 32 pgs./$3.99 - On Sale February 20th


Champions #3 Champions #3 - Written by Jim Zub. Art by Steven Cummings. Cover by Kim Jacinto. Spider-Man Villains Variant Cover by Mike McKone.

The ultimate sacrifice or the ultimate betrayal? Ms. Marvel will find out the truth, even if it kills her...

Jim Zub (AVENGERS, UNCANNY AVENGERS) and Steven Cummings (Wayward, Legends of the Dark Knight) take the Champions into new territory, and the team will never be the same.

Rated T+ - 32 pgs./$3.99 - On Sale March 6th

Avengers vs. X-Men Infinite #1
Release Date: April 3, 2012
Writer: Mark Waid
Artist: Stuart Immomen
Colorist: Marte Garcia
Letterer: Chris Eliopoulos
Editor: Nick Lowe
Cover Artists: Joe Quesada &
                         Richard Isanove
Special Thanks: Tim Smith III and
                              Manny Mederos

Nova frantically attempts to reach Earth through a Nova Force-created stargate. And with good reason as he is being chased by the Phoenix!

After traveling light years, the young hero tries to focus on the reasons he has to make it to his home planet. He thinks about SportsCenter, Snickers, Dubstep and the Cardinals along with his family and friends. Nova comes to realize he loves everything on Earth and prays that it won't be taken away from him.

The hero from Earth doesn't know how long he's been flying towards home. At hyperspeed, any time frame can be the correct answer as the laws of physics are warped. Nova has the advantage of his helmet feeding information to his brain. It allows him to slow down to avoid space objects and then go faster in open space.

Controlling his velocity and trying to comprehend hyperspeed appears to be causing Nova a great deal of strain. Suddenly, the starlight shifts to red. Nova's helmet informs him that the filtered color is an automatic collision warning. He has reached the Solar System and is quickly approaching Earth.

Unfortunately, this Nova is still too inexperienced to control his deceleration properly and hits the atmosphere far too fast! He also seems to know that he has to take control of something important but can't remember what it is.

Flying out of control, Nova smashes through the Chrysler Building in New York City! Also in his path is a helicopter and the young man gives all his effort to avoid destroying it! The world shifts red around him as he finally gains control of his momentum. The helicopter and its crew are saved!

However, all his energy and stamina are gone due to the effort of getting to Earth. His unconscious form blasts through another building and hits the street hard.

When he regains consciousness, Nova finds himself looking up at Captain America and the Avengers. Iron Man points out to the angry team that their fellow hero is not attacking them but had fallen out of control.

The exhausted young man is only able to warn the Avengers that something is coming but doesn't have the strength to reveal the name of the Phoenix. As he falls back unconscious, Nova doesn't want to be taken to a hospital because they will take his helmet off. The Avengers pick up the courageous hero and leave to find him medical care.

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