Preview: Squadron Supreme #11

"Raising the Bar!"



COVER BY: MARCO CHECCHETTO WRITER: HOWARD CHAYKIN PENCILS: MARCO CHECCHETTO INKS: MARCO CHECCHETTO COLORED BY: MATT MILLA LETTERED BY: VC - JOE CARAMAGNA THE STORY: "Rasing the Bar!" As if all-out war between the new and old Squadrons Supreme wasn't bad enough…America still has to endure the normal problems…terrorism, criminal geniuses, mutated astronauts…and a rising tide of superhumanity. Okay, maybe nothing's normal anymore, but that doesn't make anything any easier… Parental Advisory …$2.99 IN STORES: May 28, 2009 Not a subscriber to Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited yet? Join now! Check out the official Marvel Shop for your favorite Marvel Heroes! Download episodes of "X-Men: Evolution" and "Wolverine and the X-Men" now on iTunes!
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