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  1. All New Captain America #1

    All New Captain America #1

    $3.99

    This is it! The all-new, Spy-Fi, highflying adventures of Sam Wilson Captain America and Nomad begin here! Learn More
  2. All You Need Is Kill

    All You Need Is Kill

    $14.99

    When the alien Mimics invade, Keiji Kiriya is just one of many recruits shoved into a suit of battle armor called a Jacket and sent out to kill. Learn More
  3. Amazing Spider-Man #10

    Amazing Spider-Man #10

    $3.99

    SPIDER-VERSE PART 2! Learn More
  4. Amazing Spider-Man Vol. 1.1

    Amazing Spider-Man Volume 1.1: Learing To Crawl

    $17.99

    It's the chapter you never knew about the story you know by heart! Learn More
  5. American Vampire Vol. 6

    American Vampire Volume 6

    $14.99

    You are cordially invited to a party-to die for! Learn More
  6. Animal Man Vol. 5 (N52)

    Animal Man Volume 5: Evolve Or Die (N52)

    $14.99

    The final battle for The Red begins here! Learn More
  7. Annihilator #3

    Annihilator #3

    $3.99

    Ray Spass' life was a complete mess - a crumbling screenwriting career, a failed love, an inoperable brain tumor - but that was before the fictional hero of his screenplay, Max Nomax, showed up in real life, insisting that his tumor is a data bullet containing the secrets of Nomax's past. Learn More
  8. Annotated Sandman Vol. 3

    Annotated Sandman Volume 3

    $49.99

    In-depth, informative and entertaining, THE ANNOTATED SANDMAN is a fascinating look at the New York Times best-selling series by Neil Gaiman. Learn More
  9. Aperture #217

    Aperture #217

    $24.95

    The Photographic Arts Journal. Learn More
  10. Approaching The End

    Approaching the End: Imagining Apocalypse in American Film

    $15.00

    Tracing a timeline from World War II to the present day, Approaching the End rethinks apocalyptic cinema by considering its relationship to film noir, the fatalist crime genre of the 1940s to 1950s that remained pervasive through Hollywood's changing tides. Learn More

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