In the wake of the All-New, All-Different Marvel Universe, we’re taking a look at each and every #1 in the line. This week sees the return of Wolverine, but not the Wolverine you might immediately think of. Old Man Logan first debuted in 2008 in the regular Wolverine title. Author Mark Millar (Starlight) told a […]
Writer: Brian Michael Bendis Artist: Andrea Sorrentino Colorist: Marcelo Maiolo Letterer: VC’s Cory Petit Wolverine is grizzled, dirty, and tired — but Old Man Logan is downright nasty. Logan’s resolve is killing now in the midst of Secret Wars, his motivations are questionable, his ‘costume’ is covered in blood — welcome to the new Old Man […]
Marvel welcomed artist Andrea Sorrentino to the Bendis-verse with Uncanny X-Men Annual #1. The penciller is continuing his work with author Brian Michael Bendis and Marvel with the upcoming All-New X-Men #38 and his exclusive Marvel contract. The comic is the fourth entry into the Black Vortex crossover with the X-Men and the Guardians of the […]
Hitting stores next month is Marvel’s latest cross-over between the X-Men and the Guardians of the Galaxy: “The Black Vortex”, just 12 months after 2014’s “Trial of Jean Grey” which brought together these two Brian Bendis written teams for the first time. For this event, Bendis is following the lead of Sam Humphries, writer of […]
DC sent along a lovely pack of review copies for Villains Week, and I feel like it’s only fair that I read through all of the ones out this week and review ’em. I’ll go from my least favourite to my favourite, ending with my favourite of this first lot. And hey! If DC send […]
A spoiler-free farewell to my beloved favourite, and a note of regret from an ex-fan of the New 52.
It must be difficult to put out a comic when Hawkeye comes out. But especially so if you also happen to be writing a book starring a blonde-haired archer. That’s a problem Jeff Lemire faces today as he comes onto Green Arrow with artist Andrea Sorrentino today, in the hopes of giving the floundering series […]
DC have sent out some preview pages for Green Arrow #17, the first issue drawn by Andrea Sorrentino (fresh from a lengthy run on I, Vampire) and written by Jeff Lemire (who wore the same shirt as me once when I went to a convention, and we were both deeply embarrassed about it). I know […]