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TW: Blood, death, terrorism allusions.

From Wolverine #42, written by Mark Guggenheim and with (beautiful) art by Humberto Ramos.
The Crusader is a favourite villain of mine. He explores what real-life religious fanatics would make of a world where Norse Gods, Spider-Men and Squirrel Girl were a fact of everyday life. In his first appearance, he was downright deadly, actually winning his first fight with Thor thanks to his enchanted armour and sword. But by the time of this comic, he's clearly a little more desperate - but no less fanatical!
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"I lifted that classic kind of American horror film structure, where two attractive young people go somewhere to have sex and are punished for it by their world turning to shit. Patton Oswalt said it best: ‘There’s nothing in the woods! Gimme some of that pussy! CHOP!’ Simple structure, simple goal– get through the town full of zombies to jump in the boat and escape– and the fun is in what happens to them along the way."

- Warren Ellis


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Links to the previous comicbook storyline,
https://scans-daily.dreamwidth.org/6071012.html
https://scans-daily.dreamwidth.org/6088576.html

Spoilers for books 1 through 5 of the book series.

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