One of the most sought after pieces of exclusive merch at NYCC 2017 was Mezco’s One:12 Collective Wolverine. This is the Canucklehead in all his tiger stripe glory. After months of waiting, I finally managed to get my hands on one. Right out of the box, this figure looked impressive. Three head sculpts, eight different hands […]
The amount of pretension in the announcement of the new Wolverine audio drama is highly entertaining. You see, it’s not being branded as an audio drama. No, it’s a “scripted podcast.” Because that’s new and cool. But let’s all be honest for a second. Audio drama has been around since the advent of radio. The […]
You’ll have to do some legwork– and open that wallet wider– if you want to know what Wolverine’s doing with an Infinity Stone!
Exclusives. Getting a hand on them can be some of the most exciting (and most infuriating) parts of conventions. New York Comic Con is definitely not lacking in exclusive merchandise. I winnowed the exhaustive list of exclusives merch at the show to the 10 coolest exclusives you’ll find inside the walls of the Javits Center […]
Marvel’s Generations continues as AJ Frost and Alex Jones take a more in-depth look into the world of Wolverine.
Xavier dives into another set of Marvel sales figures!
You could make the argument that Wolverine is no longer the most ubiquitous Marvel character – Cap, Iron Man, Spidey, Deadpool? – but you would still have to defend it. When he fully debuted in 1974’s Incredible Hulk #181, Wolverine (created by editor Roy Thomas, writer Len Wein, and artist John Romita, Sr.), began as […]
Under Construction pic.twitter.com/0emlA0GKHw — axel alonso (@axelalonsomarv) February 24, 2017 On Friday Marvel Editor in Chief Axel Alonso tweeted a teaser for some kind of Hulk with Wolverine claws. Wolverine debuted in an issue of the Hulk drawn by Herb Trimpe and written by Len Wein, so everything has come full circle…again. Both characters are […]
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 […]
Author Neil Gaiman has worked with Marvel sparingly over the course of his career, but after more research and a recent Tumblr post. We just learned that former Editor-in-chief of Marvel Joe Quesada actually worked on getting more work for Gaiman from the publisher. Quesada drew a piece that was then inked by Danny Miki […]