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Any old heroes can save the day. The Surfer and Dawn are out to save the day AFTER.

As everything goes kablooey, find out why the fate of every possible tomorrow rests... in a wind-up toy monkey.

No. Really. One of those creepy things with the cymbals.

Also, after 48 years in comics, one of the most under appreciated characters in the entire Marvel Universe FINALLY gets a name. Have your handbooks ready!

List of covers and their creators:

CoverNameCreator(s)Sidebar Location
RegRegular CoverMike Allred (a) & Laura Allred (c)1
VarVariant CoverAdi Granov2


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Ride the Wave!!! 0

The Silver Surfer rides again, and this time, he is riding like a shiny Doctor Who. In an early interview, Dan Slott admitted that the current story for the Silver Surfer was one that carried a certain connection to the Doctor in Silver Surfer’s female “companion”. This episode is the finale of the first arc, ending the story of the heart of The Never Queen and Zed and his Impericon.I loved this story, and I really enjoyed that it worked as both a standalone Silver Surfer stor...

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Hard to be Ig-Norrin 0

This iteration of the Silver Surfer has, as of late, been compared to Marvel's version of Doctor Who. And, honestly, it's easy to see why. A powerful deity-like being who is kind-of-but-not-quite human finds his partner, an attractive female, to take on adventures through space (and potentially time) with his magic means of transportation, defying logic and seeming to come up with an answer for everything. And perhaps this is why I'm not as big of a fan of it as everyone else.Now, before the pi...

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Power Cosmic ! 0

Holy power cosmic! I knew this book was going to be special when Marvel announced the creative team of writer Dan Slott and, one of the best artists in the business; Mike Allred. However, what I was not aware of was how much zany fun this book would be. The book is so over the top and self aware that you can tell the creative team is just giggling as they write and draw this book, and I mean that in the best way possible. Why, you ask ? Well, power cosmic!Slott's writing of this book feels rhyt...

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