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Preview: ALL NEW WOLVERINE #19

Preview: ALL NEW WOLVERINE #19

ALL NEW WOLVERINE #19 Written by Tom Taylor Art by Leonard Kirk, Cory Hamscher, and Michael Garland Published by Marvel Comics Release Date: April 5, 2017 ALL-NEW STORY STARTS HERE! “IMMUNE”! FROM THE STARS COMES DEATH! An alien ship! A dying passenger! Two words uttered that will forever change WOLVERINE’s life – starting a non-stop

THE HONOR ROLL: February 8, 2017 Releases

Massive week of comics. Massive week of great picks. Massive spoilers ahead. Let’s get to it! BLACK WIDOW #11 – James Kaplan If you’re not reading Black Widow, you are really missing out on one of the best comics out there. Mark Waid and Chris Samnee are telling a terrific, twisty spy story full of

Preview: ALL NEW WOLVERINE #15

ALL NEW WOLVERINE #15 Written by Tom Taylor Art by Djibril Morissette-Phan and Michael Garland Published by Marvel Comics Release Date: December 7, 2016 “ENEMY OF THE STATE II” CONTINUES HERE! Welcome to beautiful MADRIPOOR! Home to white sand beaches, five-star cuisine and a bustling criminal enterprise… WOLVERINE sails on the high seas with pirates,

8 Reasons You Need to Read ALL-NEW WOLVERINE

There’s a new Wolverine on the block…well, she’s been around awhile now and the truth of the matter is this: she’s one of the best damn characters in all of comics. I’m not throwing that statement down lightly, this series has earned that kind of praise. Tom Taylor’s work with David Lopez, Marcio Takara, Ig

Review: ALL-NEW WOLVERINE #12

ALL-NEW WOLVERINE #12 Written by Tom Taylor Art by Ig Guara, Walden Wong, and Michael Garland Published by Marvel Comics Release Date: September 21, 2016 One of the highlights of comics in 2016 has been Laura Kinney and her younger clone whom she’s taken in like a sister, Gabby. They’ve survived everything from killer invasive

Transmyscira: ALL-NEW WOLVERINE ANNUAL #1

ALL-NEW WOLVERINE ANNUAL #1 Written by Tom Taylor Art by Marcio Takara and Mat Lopes Published by Marvel Comics Release Date: August 31, 2016 Almost exactly two years ago, Charles Soule and Steve McNiven set out to do something thought next to impossible in contemporary comics: give resonance and meaning to the death of major

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