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"You know, I’ve always loved the Old Man Logan story. That’s a beauty. Maybe in 20 years time I’ll just pop up and do that one." - Hugh Jackman, 2014

As you may or may not have heard, the upcoming 'Logan' film is loosely inspired by the storyline 'Old Man Logan', a comic that Hugh Jackman had been hoping to adapt for years. Everything indicates that the similarities will likely be thematic for obvious reasons (99% of the major characters couldn't appear in a Fox film) but if you wanted to see the launching pad for the film here it is.

Warning: This is pretty gory.

Scans under the cut... )
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For some reason, seeing pages of CIVIL WAR II: THE OATH and hearing about the upcoming SECRET EMPIRE story got me thinking about the first Nomad Story. Specifically a part of the end.



CAPTAIN AMERICA #183 took place while Steve Rogers was the Nomad. (He was depressed that Number One of the Secret Empire turned out to be a high-ranking White House official who might have been Richard Nixon, who knows?)

Hero, fool, failure )
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This is a requested follow-up of sorts to the 'Caliban and Kitty' post from yesterday as the two had another interaction I was not yet aware of. That large hulking guy on the cover? That's Caliban. It was the 90s.

Scans under the cut... )
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wolverineandthexmen01cover

Writer: Jason Aaron
Artist: Chris Bachalo

Eh, heck with it. Let's look at more Marvel properties! Here's one everyone should know about it, Wolverine and the X-Men by Jason Aaron.

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UNCANNY X-MEN #600 preview. Two pages from next week's issue. Nearly all the X-Men want to talk to Hank McCoy, including his younger self.

“[I]t was bumped until after Secret Wars for editorial and commercial reasons. Not my call. This was marvel. But they have their reasons. It will not effect the story or the impact of the story. In fact it may have more impact on how things shake out after my run.” Brian Michael Bendis.

We all care about you, Henry. )
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blackvortexalpha01cover

Writer: Brian Michael Bendis
Artist: Ed McGuinness & Kris Anka
Inkers: Kris Anka, Mark Farmer, Mark Morales, and Jay Leisten
Colorists: Marte Gracia and Marcelo Maiolo

Besides the mini-event The Trial of Jean Grey, there was also another event that was connected to Legendary Star-Lord... and it was Black Vortex. Let's just get into folks...

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We've wondered about Jean Grey's telepathic ethics. So here's another example of her using her telepathy in a way that is ethically questionable.

Spectacular Spider-Man #197, 198 and the first few pages of #199 are a team-up of Spider-Man and the original X-Men. Some time ago, Professor Aaron Power wanted Charles Xavier to restore his son, Matthew. Things did not go well.

Jean Grey and her telepathic ethics )

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