For a hot second, the Fantastic Four were replaced with Spider-Man, Ghost Rider, The Hulk, and Wolverine – the hottest characters of the time. Josh Socher explores this story and ponders if it was a cash-grab or not.
It can be hard to piece together Jason Aaron’s long Wolverine run. So you don’t have to rack your brain trying to figure it all out, I have put together this handy reading order.
Find out everything you need to know about Reign of X. This guide explains what it is, which comics are involved, what you need to know beforehand, and points out the good jumping-on points for new readers.
Looking to read some of the best Wolverine comics? Check out these 12 picks that include a great mix of key issues, fan-favourites, and critically acclaimed stories that will scratch your Wolverine itch.
Marvel has decided to mix things up with never seen before hero-villain match-ups in Acts of Evil. Read on to find out more about it and the comics involved.
Wolverine is back from the dead! If you haven’t been keeping up with Wolverine’s situation then you might be confused about what’s going on. Luckily, the Hunt For Wolverine Reading Order Checklist is here to make sense of everything. It contains all the details on how you can read these comics, as well as information on background reading, release dates and creative teams.
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.
Together Brian Michael Bendis and Alex Maleev created an acclaimed run on Moon Knight over 12 issues. Take a look inside for five reasons you should read their interpretation on the cult character.
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.
If you are looking for a new graphic novel to read this December you can’t go past these 6. With a variety of genres and storytelling, there is something for everyone.
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.
Wolverine has been relaunched but this time he is playing the bad guy. Why? You will have to find out in this preview for Wolverine #1!
Savage Wolverine #14.NOW kicks off Richard Isanove’s story on the title with a story set during the 1930s. This story is new reader friendly and worth checking out if you are interested in the character. Take a look inside for a preview.
Savage Wolverine #9 sees the writing début of the artist Jock with a science-fiction Wolverine story. Take a look at the covers as well as a 4 page preview.
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.