It’s Wednesday, and any major comic fan knows exactly what that means. But first, here’s a quick update on my fiction writing. I’ve picked an editor for my first book, and that process begins on June 30th. In the meantime, … Continue reading
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The first issue of Paul Cornell’s Wolverine was an interesting one. Some sort of science fiction gun was taking over its wielders’ minds and vaporizing people throughout the city. Somehow Wolverine’s involved and is trying to contain this fairly bizarre … Continue reading
For one who has Wolverine fatigue, promising to review the first two issues of every Marvel Now series can be exhausting. Three weeks after Savage Wolverine 2 released, a second Marvel Now Wolverine series begins. That said, this issue is … Continue reading