By which I mean, he has a lot of people to kill. What, you thought a new comic starring the angry, bitter, elderly Logan would be about his grocery needs or something?
Greetings, whippers of snappers! You guys sent in a bunch of (short) questions this week so I have a bunch of (long, rambling) answers! More of those, please! Meanwhile, let’s keep dissing Fantastic Four, discuss whether Hugh Jackman is trolling fans, and stop people who want to send movie studios free money.
When many American citizens cast their vote this November, they'll be choosing between the lesser of two evils. But why choose the lesser evil when you can choose a supervillain as your president? After all, supervillains can be effective leaders, provided you can get past the lying, unilateral decision-making,…
On his Millarworld forums, Mark Millar recently announced that he's plotted out a sequel to "Old Man Logan," his best-selling Wolverine arc that featured a geriatric Logan and Hawkeye cruising in the Spider Buggy, a symbiote-clad T-Rex, and inbred Hulks.
Killer puppets and wily foxes offer the best thrills in this week's new comic releases, but there's also a nice taster for curious potential Hellboy fans and even the seventh issue of a six issue mini-series. Hello, Comics We Crave!
For a man who sees himself as such a loner, Wolverine has gathered quite a family around him since his creation, in both literal and metaphorical terms (The price of being such a successful franchise, I suppose). Meet his kids - well, the ones we know about, at least.