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Perhaps it really isn’t all that ironic that every episode of The Incredible Hulk TV series ended with David Banner walking out of town with a sad musical cue, because that’s apparently what happens every time She-Hulk gets her own series. I said David Banner, that was his name in the TV show, it wasn’t Bruce. Anyway, even though readers have been raving about another volume of She-Hulk, Marvel is pulling the plug after a dozen issues. Yet another fan-favorite series bids farewell after fans already said goodbye to Superior Foes of Spider-Man. Cue the sad walking away music.

DC rolls out a bunch of great picks this week and could have probably filled up my highlights with just their books. Outside of the aforementioned highlights are Batgirl #39, Batwoman #39, Green Lantern New Guardians #39, Justice League #39, Supergirl #39, Superman/Wonder Woman #16, Teen Titans #7, and Wonder Woman #39.

Marvel releases All-New Captain America #4, Avengers World #17, Black Widow #15, Captain America & the Mighty Avengers #5, part 3 of the “Black Vortex” in Legendary Star-Lord #9, Miles Morales Ultimate Spider-Man #10, Rocket Raccoon #8, and Uncanny X-Men #31.

Image has Bitch Planet #3, Deadly Class #11, Invincible #117, Lazarus #15, MPG #5, and Secret Identities #1.

Multiversity Mastermen #1 (DC)

Writer: Grant Morrison, Artist: Jim Lee, $4.99
Writer: Grant Morrison, Artist: Jim Lee, $4.99

Imagine if you will, a world where the Nazis won World War II and then continued to influence the world around them. That is the setting for this latest installment in the Multiversity series as we peek at the events that happened on Earth-10. Oh and the art is by Jim Lee.

She-Hulk #12 (Marvel)

Writer: Charles Soule, Artist: Javier Pulido, $3.99
Writer: Charles Soule, Artist: Javier Pulido, $3.99

Another fan favorite Marvel series bites the dust after a dozen issues. Again, a series that is heralded by fans can’t quite get the numbers to stay afloat (I’m assuming, who the hell knows with Secret Wars looming). Charles Soule writes the final sensational chapter for this volume.

Batman/Superman #19 (DC)

Writer: Greg Pak, Artists: Ardian Syaf + Sandra Hope, $3.99
Writer: Greg Pak, Artists: Ardian Syaf + Sandra Hope, $3.99

We finally get some info on who is the newest baddie to torment the Man of Steel. How will Superman react when he finally finds out who has been attacking all of the people he cares about?

Batman and Robin #39 (DC)

Writer: Peter J. Tomasi, Artists: Patrick Gleason + Mick Gray, $2.99
Writer: Peter J. Tomasi, Artists: Patrick Gleason + Mick Gray, $2.99

So Robin is now a super-powered adolescent. Time to beat up some rogues!

Silk #1 (Marvel)

Writer: Robbie Thompson, Artist: Stacey Lee, $3.99
Writer: Robbie Thompson, Artist: Stacey Lee, $3.99

Spinning out of the pages of Amazing Spider-Man comes this new series featuring the girl who was hidden until recently and was also bitten by the same radioactive spider that bit Peter Parker. Newcomer Robbie Thompson (Spider-Verse) pens this with art by other newcomer Stacey Lee (New Warriors: Always and Forever).

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