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We’re now three weeks into the New Year, and with it, yet another Marvel event begins. Civil War II feels like it just ended, and Inhumans vs. X-Men is going on as well. So yeah, that happened this week in … Continue reading
So Wolverine is dead, and as promised, I’m doing something special for this review. I’m including a bit of a soundtrack. Below are two YouTube links to play some music while you read the review, both by Queen. The proper … Continue reading
So, Wolverine is dead. How about that? The comics I picked up this week include Death of Wolverine 4, The Logan Legacy 1, Storm 4, Spider-Man 2099 5, Ms. Marvel 9, Magneto 11, Uncanny X-Men 27, Supergirl 35 and Teenage … Continue reading
The last issue ended with Lady Deathstrike planning to kill Wolverine, only for Kitty Pryde to intervene with her hand phased through Deathstrike’s heart. Death of Wolverine 3 kicks off exactly where issue 2 ended.
Even though Wolverine’s death hasn’t yet been released due to delays, this week saw the first issue dealing with part of the aftermath in Black Widow 11. Today also saw the release of both Thor 1 and Gotham Academy 1. … Continue reading
With the mini-series of Wolverine’s death half-way through, things are bound to get intense. The first issue, while well-written, was mostly setup. It captured the hopeless feel very well but otherwise didn’t do too much on the story front. This … Continue reading
The story of Wolverine’s death is half-way through, and I’m increasingly excited for it. Again, it’s not because I dislike Wolverine, but I’m looking forward to having a break from him. And with yesterday’s Charles Soule interview on Comicbookresources saying … Continue reading