Comic Heroes Issue 11 exclusive preview
Will Batman be flying in at the top spot for our definitive list of the 50 greatest superheroes? [ALSO: THREE FREE GIFTS!]
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…
Comic Heroes 11 is on sale this coming Friday, complete with three fantastic freebies for you to “marvel” at (that’s right, we went there): check out the 2000 AD badges, Sidekick sampler comic and giant double-sided poster of The New 52 and American Vampire.
Inside your exclusive magazines 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?
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.
Comic Heroes 11 is on sale NOW! You can order the mag online from My Favourite Magazines (where you can also subscribe and have a crisp copy delivered to your personal Batcave every two months.). If all this paper malarkey isn’t your cup of tea remember you can also subscribe to our market-leading mags via Apple Newsstand (or Zinio if you’re not an iOS user).
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