Coming this June, the WOLVERINE: ADAMANTIUM COLLECTION hardcover brings together in one place all the greatest stories ever told featuring Marvel’s most dangerous mutant, all in one massive tome!
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A teaser for a Joe Madureira drawn Wolverine comic was shown by us days ago. It was a bit premature as it seems Wolverine will be joined by Spider-Man and Elektra in a mini-series coming this June. Zeb Wells will be the writer on the project. More news as it becomes available.
Wolverine gets another new series. This one is written by Paul Cornell with art supplied by Alan Davis. Check out the preview in the gallery below.
It was rumoured that Joe Madureira would be returning to provide art for a comic at Marvel Comics and now that rumor becomes fact. Joe Mad has been busy doing design work for the Darksiders video game and its sequel with the game company he co-owns. Come June though he will be back drawing it up on a new Wolverine book. Marvel is keeping busy with a lot of new and interesting announcements.
Here is a preview of Wolverine and The X-men #26. It is unlettered and simply a few finished pages from artist Ramon Perez. Check it out in the gallery below.
Over the weekend the 2013 Toy Fair was held and many movie tie in toys were shown off. Among them were action figures for the upcoming film The Wolverine. In this film Wolverine will be having some violent interaction with The Silver Samurai. While his look has been changed slightly for the film he is definitely looking both silver and samurai like. This is the clearest look we have gotten of him thus far.
For decades the X-Men title has been one of the most complex, richly written and engaging in Marvel Comics’ lineup of titles, and the enduring mutants- both good and evil–in the franchise remain some of the most popular in WeLoveFine’s Marvel catalogue. So it is with great pride that they announce the X-Men & Wolverine Design Contest, opening for submissions on February 5!
Two major factors of the X-Men & Wolverine Contest–which are not only newsworthy, but will be of great interest and excitement to fans of the title as well as the artists who will be entering–involve the first guest judge and the grand prize:
Last week we saw ADI’s different takes on Deadpool from X-men Origins: Wolverine. This week they offer up some different looks at what The Blob might have been. Kevin Durand played him in the film and it wasn’t months of eating nothing but butter and deep fried butter. It was the prosthetic powerhouse tam of Amalgamated Designs. take a look and see if any of the others ones are more to your liking.
Here is a video from Amalgamated Dynamics Inc. Showing the various designs they had created for Deadpool in Wolverine:Origins. You can see all the different options for the character along with how off the mark they were for most of them. Deadpool was a dropped ball in a film that was full of Huh? and What? There was some good but a lot of bad and taking the mouth away from The Merch With the Mouth was a big one. That said take a look at the vid and see whatcha think about it all. ADI is a talented studio and I take nothing away from them…..it just wasn’t Deadpool.
Wolverine already has one solo book coming in The Savage Wolverine. It will see him doing what he does best in the Savage Land. Another new book has been announced today and it will be titled ‘Wolverine’. I like that. It’s simple. I wish more things were called what they are. This title will start up in March and will be written by Paul Cornell with art by Alan Davis.
Cornell had these words to share about this upcoming Wolverine comic:
“This is the action series title where we meet him in his New York context,” said writer Paul Cornell. “With many non-super hero friends (like Claremont always had the X-Men know), part of a community of professionals, a very civilized man of violence who’d prefer to be a man of peace.”
“James is caught up in a hostage situation, which involves a threat to innocents from a very disciplined, ruthless new character, the nature of which we’re only gradually going to reveal. That turns into an action movie chase, where James is highly motivated to stop having to repeat something not very nice he had to do in front of one of said innocents. James is at his best when he’s protecting others. I’ve been a father for four weeks, and I asked myself, which super hero would I hand my baby to? And the answer is James Logan, because he will die before he see that child hurt, and anyone who wants to do so has to get through the Wolverine. This title is about that balance between protector and berserker, between long-lived oddity and regular guy.”