Inside Comic Heroes 15

It’s on sale today with Batman, Wonder Woman and Superman on the cover (and tons of free comic strips inside)

The latest edition of Comic Heroes, the number one magazine for comics fans, is on shelves now!

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FREE! SIDEKICK AND COMIC HEROES PRESENTS
Issue two of the new and improved Sidekick comes with more HUGE previews: Tank Girl, The Sixth Gun, The Curse and more. Plus, Comic Heroes Presents… this month comes direct from DC with strips from the likes of Superman, The Phantom Stranger and Sword Of Sorcery

TWO FREE POSTCARDS!
80 pages of free strip not enough for you? Fine, have two postcards too, featuring images from DC’s New 52 (The Joker’s Back!) and The Hole Of Tank Girl. Happy?

WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM YOUR FRIENDS?
It’s the super teams issue! Obviously the only thing better than one superhero is a whole bunch of them, so your chums on Comic Heroes deliver a countdown of the best hero teams from page and screen. Guardians Of The Galaxy, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Marvel’s Avengers, the JLA and many more over 30 pages. Who’ll take the top spot?

TIME FOR ASSEMBLY
Captain Marvel and Ghost‘s Kelly Sue DeConnick talks to Comic Heroes about women in comics and about taking over Avengers Assemble from Brian Michael Bendis in November. (We also catch up with him to ask how it feels to be joining the X-Men!)

THE WALKING DEAD
With the third season of the TV adaptation delighting and terrifying small-screen audiences, The Walking Dead comic – now beyond its 100th issue – has got plenty of, ahem, life left in it, as Charlie Adlard assures us.

INTERVIEWS APLENTY
Comic Heroes talks to creators like Kieron Gillen, Lauren Beukes, Al Ewing and more.

KUBERT’S LEGACY
With the passing of art legend Joe Kubert we take a look at his mixed and massive catalogue of comics work.

PLUS!
Matt Fraction talks the first family of comic books, we anxiously await mishaps in Murder World and discover how artist Simon Bisley used strangely maternal robots to hit the ground running. There’s also reports from events like Thought Bubble, reviews of Before Watchmen, Marvel annuals, The New Deadwardians, 2000 AD, Hawkeye and many more! Phew.

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