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All-New Wolverine #31 cover by David Lopez
For this mission, the Honey Badger calls in the help of an old friend: Deadpool! All-New Wolverine #31 cover by David Lopez Damn this book for making me enjoy Deadpool. In all honesty, I've enjoyed all Deadpool appearances in All-New Wolverine He's usually joking around with Gabby, and there's a weird innocence and compassion that isn't usually present[...]
X-Men: Bland Design – Deadpool Guest-Stars in All-New Wolverine #31
Because Deadpool doesn't have enough books of his own, now he's going to guest-star in All-New Wolverine?! Welcome, dear readers, to X-Men: Bland Design, the weekly multi-part recap column that strives to answer the question: "What if Ed Piskor had no art skills, a juvenile sense of humor, and less classic material to work with?" Things have changed in the X-Men comics[...]
All-New Wolverine #30
Following the conclusion of the Old Woman Laura storyline in All-New Wolverine, May's issue of the title doesn't appear to name a new storyline and feels a bit final Check it out: ALL NEW WOLVERINE #35 LEG (W) Tom Taylor (A) Ramon Rosanas (CA) David Lopez The world has been saved Its people, never happier The Wolverine should[...]
All-New Wolverine #30 cover by Dan Mora and Romulo Fajardo Jr.
They're not the monsters that Laura feared, and she tries a different approach. All-New Wolverine #30 cover by Dan Mora and Romulo Fajardo Jr. The waylaying and sidetracking of the "Orphans of X" arc had me fearing that this story was just going to collapse in on itself The digression into the Muramasa lore and making the[...]
All-New Wolverine #30
We make no promises about the use of your time, however. This week we've got Phoenix Resurrection #5, All-New Wolverine #30, Despicable Deadpool #293, Old Man Logan #34, and Jean Grey #11. Let's check out All-New Wolverine… All-New Wolverine #30 Writer: Tom Taylor Artist: Juann Cabal Colorist: Nolan Woodard Letterer: Cory Petit In the previous issue of All-New Wolverine, Daken allowed himself to be killed by the Orphans[...]
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In the most exciting adventure about an old lady at Marvel since Bill Jemas, Mark Millar, and the Dodsons gave us Trouble (never forget!), All-New Wolverine is getting an Old Woman Laura storyline in April The story sees Laura as Queen of Madripoor in a Utopian near-future for the Marvel Universe It's billed as Laura's "final journey"[...]
All-New Wolverine #29 Cover by Elizabeth Torque
Unfortunately, this lays the three mutants up for a few days. This gives the Orphans time to track down Muramasa's temple, and they've brought the Hand along as backup. All-New Wolverine #29 Cover by Elizabeth Torque The action finally ramps up once more in this issue, with our heroes taking on the Orphans of X and the Hand[...]
All-New Wolverine #28 cover by Elizabeth Torque and Nolan Woodard
They must find Muramasa himself. All-New Wolverine #28 cover by Elizabeth Torque and Nolan Woodard Before we get started, it's worth mentioning that this comic decides to come up with a fairly disappointing workaround for the Muramasa Blade's effect on a healing factor They figure out that, if you cut around the tissue that is afflicted by[...]
All-New Wolverine #27 cover by Terry and Rachel Dodson
Wolverine had sent Captain Marvel to recover and destroy the remains of the sword, but the Orphans are in pursuit. All-New Wolverine #27 cover by Terry and Rachel Dodson There's a big reveal between those two paragraphs, but I actually won't spoil that one here I will say it is the emotional height of the comic and[...]
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Now, we've got Nightcrawler and Gabby. With Gabby joining the cast and Wolverine almost certainly the blacked-out character on the bottom left, that puts most of the cast of All-New Wolverine in this book (they just need to add Jonathan to complete it) Will All-New Wolverine, also written by X-Men Red's Tom Taylor, continue after this[...]