It's the week after Halloween when people put aside their spooky comics, costumes and cheap leftover sweets, and pick up their copies of V for Vendetta for that special time of year in Britain where we celebrate the foiled plot to blow up Parliament by setting off fireworks and burning an effigy of one of the plotters. In comics news this week, Jim Starlin revealed he was working on a new full length story for Marvel great news for fans of The Infinity Gauntlet author's work. Will we see a new Thanos story from his creator in 2014? Here's hoping! Marvel also announced the new Ms Marvel would be an American/Muslim young woman called Kamala Khan from Jersey City. The new Ms Marvel will debut in February and marks another move on Marvel's part for more ethnic and gender specific characters in their line-up, with She-Hulk and Elektra to be among the other female superhero comics to be released in 2014. For DC news, in a video interview with Dan Didio discussing the forthcoming Batman weekly, Batman Eternal, sketches and logo designs for something called 5 Years Later could be seen behind him which could be DC's next Event comic after Forever Evil wraps. After the Infinite Crisis Event, DC did a 1 Year Later series so this 5 Years Later Event might be similar to that as they jump their New 52 reboot further ahead in time. DC didn't comment on the reveal. In other comics-related media, Thor: The Dark World is released in North America this week after a highly profitable weekend overseas, and we saw our first glimpse of The Collector played by Benicio Del Toro in the post-credits sequence who looked disappointingly cheesy-terrible. More rumours came out of a short film with Ben Kingsley from Marvel where Kingsley would play the real Mandarin and not Trevor Slattery the fake Mandarin from Iron Man 3, though Kingsley declined to comment. Also, James Mangold and Hugh Jackman are in talks for a sequel to The Wolverine, their summer movie starring everybody's favourite Canuck superhero, which made a lot of money despite a lacklustre critical response. The CW continue to find rich material from DC, after the success of Smallville and Arrow, as well as the previously announced forthcoming series Flash. They revealed that an Hourman TV show is in the works. The golden age character's power was that he could see troubling events as they happened an hour into the future and in the show he will attempt to give purpose to his life by preventing them from occurring. The Ironside writer Michael Caleo will script the series. Those are the comics new stories of the week, now let's take a look at the best comics that came out this Wednesday in the Awesome Comics of the Week!