Action Comics #899,
American Vampire #13
Detective Comics #875
Gotham City Sirens #21
Green Arrow #10
Green Lantern Emerald Warriors #8 (War of the Green Lanterns pt.3)
Jack Of Fables #50 (Final Issue)
Jimmy Olsen #1 (One Shot)
JLA The 99 #6 (Of 6)
Justice Society Of America #49
Teen Titans #93
Wonder Woman #609
Savage Dragon #170
Walking Dead #83
5 Ronin #5 (Of 5)
Age Of X Universe #1 (Of 2)
Amazing Spider-Man #657
Black Panther The Man Without Fear #516
Captain America #616
Captain America And The Secret Avengers #1 (One Shot), $3.99
Cyclops #1, $2.99
Deadpool Corps #12 (Rob Liefeld Regular Cover)
Deadpool Team-Up #883
Incognito Bad Influences #5 (Of 5)
Incredible Hulks #625
Kick-Ass 2 #2 (Of 6)
Punisher In The Blood #5 (Of 5)
Secret Avengers #11
Ultimate Comics X #4
Even though Nick Spencer's run hasn't even begun, Marvel has announced the next writer to take a stab at Steve Rogers' secret ops team, the Secret Avengers. Warren Ellis, acclaimed writer of books like Planetary, Fell, Transmetropolitan, and Thunderbolts will begin a stint on Secret Avengers starting with issue #16.
Secret Avengers #16 will be out in August, which kicks off Ellis' series of single-issue adventures for the team as they travel to all corners of the Marvel Universe carrying out high-octane covert missions. Jamie McKelvie will be handling art duties on issue #16, but Marvel hasn't released any names beyond that.
Hulk vs. Dracula
At WonderCon's Cup O' Joe panel, Marvel revealed that the Hulk would be joining the villainous "Worthy" in the midst of Fear Itself, leading to a confrontation of epic proportions.
Fear Itself: Hulk vs. Dracula is the latest of Marvel's three issue tie-in minis, starring the Green Goliath as he smashes his way through the vampire race in a battle with Dracula. This is where the vampire plot of X-Men, Death of Dracula, and the coming Tomb of Dracula Presents: Throne of Blood all culminate, so fans that have enjoyed the vampiric Marvel Universe best check this series out.
The Birth of the Red Skull: The classic Captain America villain gets a definitive origin.
A few years back, writer Greg Pak delivered X-Men: Magneto - Testament, a stunning account of the classic villain's experience of living through the Holocaust. Pak gave us a sympathetic portrayal of Magneto's early years set against the backdrop of one of the most haunting times in history. And he did it all without sacrificing historical accuracy or integrity.
It seems Pak is out to do it again, this time tackling the origin tale of Nazi, fascist, and Captain America arch-nemesis Johann Schmidt, the Red Skull. Red Skull: Incarnate will debut in July as a five issue mini-series that shows how a young street urchin becomes one of the most vile beings to ever roam the Marvel Universe. Joining Pak in this endeavor will be Secret Warriors artist Mirko Colak. The series is set against the backdrop of Berlin in the earliest days of the Nazi party.
David Aja is doing covers for the series in the style of WWII German propaganda posters, complete with tattered pages and creases.