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Review: GENERATIONS: WOLVERINE & ALL-NEW WOLVERINE #1

Review: GENERATIONS: WOLVERINE & ALL-NEW WOLVERINE #1

GENERATIONS: WOLVERINE & ALL-NEW WOLVERINE #1 Written by Tom Taylor Art by Ramon Rosanas, Nolan Woodard, Cory Petit Published by Marvel Comics Release Date: August 16, 2017 “I’m the best there is at what I do.” Every single comic fan who has ever read an X-Men or Wolverine comic where Wolverine sports three claws, has

The Comics Classroom: Swords As Revenge, Part 2

While we previously got to examine the sword Mugenjin from the Kenshin manga by Nobuhiro Watsuki (a manga whose full title is Rurouni Kenshin: Meiji Swordsman Romantic Story), the next article will delve more into a manga with a very unique fusion of eastern and western styles called Berserk, a series created by Kentaro Miura.

Trade Waiting: Week of March 26, 2014

We are a mere 48 hours away from new comic books, and a whole fresh crop of collections as well! If your bookshelf is in need of a trade or hardcover infusion, look no further than the top five releases of March 26, 2014: AMERICAN VAMPIRE VOL. 6 Written by Scott Snyder, various Art by

Cornell & Stegman Bring WOLVERINE into All-New Marvel NOW!

Marvel Comics has announced the project teased a couple days ago featuring Paul Cornell and Ryan Stegman. The duo will be relaunching Wolverine in February with a new #1. Official Press Release New York, NY—November 14th, 2013— This February, experience the next thrilling chapter in the life of Marvel’s most dangerous mutant in the explosive

Hot Five: Week of August 14, 2013

Every week, Comicosity brings you our Hot Five, a short list of the top books we think you’ll want to be checking out. Be they new title launches, key issues or just continuing stories from some of the industry’s most acclaimed books, this list is your guaranteed gold for the week in the comic market.

WE TALK COMICS Episode 86 – Retro Comic Gaming

Something a little different for you all this time as with Chris in the same city as Mo and Keith the three of them head over to Brett’s house to record in what ended up as 3 hours of audio, so it’ll be in 4 parts. This is the long awaited show on those old

Read Between the Lines: Crisis on Infinite Wolverines

Age of Ultron ends not with a bang, but with complete nonsense. Once again the double standard of Marvel fan rage compared to DC fan rage has left me flumoxed. Marvel has essentially done Flashpoint, integrating the Ultimate Universe and Angela into the Marvel Universe and no one seems to have noticed. Age of Ultron

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