5 More Wolverine Stories You Should Read

If you’re looking to dig a bit deeper with your Wolverine reading here are five more stories you should read. This list is a real mix bag of selections featuring time-travelling team-ups, fights with the Hulk and Sabretooth and grounded stories featuring real world villains.

Old Man Logan Reading Order Guide

In 2008 Mark Millar, Steve McNiven and Marvel introduced the world to a very different version of Wolverine, the one of the distant (and alternate) future. With this version inspiring the upcoming ‘Logan’ film I have put together a reading order for this aged version of Marvel’s favourite mutant.

The Megalist of Comic Book Should Read Lists.

The Megalist of Comic Book Should Read Lists

Here’s a list of all of the “should read” lists that have been done on the site in one big mega list for you’re viewing pleasure. With all the lists in the one spot you’ll have access to tonne of awesome comics which will definitely scratch you’re character or theme itch. The lists cover a wide range of themes from Superman to Spider-Man to Dinosaurs and more.

Artist of the Week #12: John Romita Jr.

This week’s Artist of the Week is Mr Marvel himself, John Romita Jr. Over the past few decades he has worked on almost every Marvel character and is now working on Superman over at DC Comic. Take a look at a gallery and reading recommendations inside.

Death of Wolverine #1 cover by Steve McNiven. Marvel Comics.

Death of Wolverine Reading Order Checklist

WOLVERINE IS DEAD! Well not yet, but he will be in September. And after September come a variety of comics that deal with the aftermath of his death. In order to make sense of everything I have created the Death of Wolverine Reading Order Checklist, which includes all the dates and creative teams too.

Savage Wolverine #6 cover by Joe Madureira. Marvel Comics

PREVIEW: Savage Wolverine #6

With fan-favourite creative team Zeb Wells and Joe “Mad” Madureira, Savage Wolverine is the start of a new story arc. It is also a fantastic jumping on point for the series, with a self-contained story that requires no previous reading. Take a look at the covers and a preview.