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Comic Heroes Issue 16 Available Now!

A look inside this month's Comic Heroes – featuring a massive Hulk feature (and over 80 pages of free comic strips)!

The latest edition of Comic Heroes , the number one magazine for comics fans , is on sale both digitally and in print now! It's the monster issue starring the incredible Hulk...

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Get your copy now! Buy your iPad version via Apple Newsstand
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That's 80 pages of free comic strip across two free high-quality samplers. Your giant-sized Sidekick includes strips such as 2000 AD's Shako ("the only bear on the CIA’s death list"), Mark Millar's Hit-Girl and Diana Thung's August Moon. Then there's your Comic Heroes Presents... selection which this month all come from the stables of SelfMadeHero. Pachyderme, Miller & Pynchon, Deadbeats and more! All this is also available in your digital edition.

You want more comic art? Then by all means have two postcards to send too: 1977's violent Shako the bear and Pachyderme by Frederik Peeters. (Please note, postcards not available to digital readers.)


From Dracula to Man-Thing, the Thing to the Demon, we celebrate all that’s warped, ugly and broken in the world of superheroes: the guys we cheer on, but we wouldn't actually want to be. Including how the Hulk changed how we view heroes - and an exploration of legendary ’70s Hulk artist Herb Trimpe.

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Beginning back in 2000 AD Prog 1632, Zombo stars a half-undead secret weapon with the backup personality of male stripper called Eric. What? We quiz writer Al Ewing about the character's evolution.

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Talking of zombies, you'll also discover an exclusive interview with creator Robert Kirkman in which he talks about the success of issue 100, working with Charlie Adlard, and his feelings on season three of TV adaptation.

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Exclusive Robert Kirkman interview not enough for you? Not a problem, Comic Heroes is packed with creators talking about their work. This month we speak with: Garth Ennis, Brian Michael Bendis, Jonathan Hickman, Kieron Gillen and more.

13 pages of reviews, a report from New York Comic-Con, news on Guardians Of The Galaxy , a look at the new British web-only anthology Aces Weekly and loads more!

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The official high street on sale date of this publication was Monday 24 December.

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