Clocking in at over 700+ pages, oversized, hardcover that weighs 16 lbs, Wolverine Adamantium Collection just came on the market (from Marvel, of course). If you can’t read it in bed, it’s not a book, folks. If it will mess up your back trying to lift it, it’s not a book, folks. If you can work up a sweat lifting it over your head, it’s not a book, folks.
Buy some trades or something.
The comics Wolverine appeared in this week:
Wolverine and the Xmen #27
Wolverine and the Xmen #27AU
Age of Ultron #6
Savage Wolverine #4
Astonishing Xmen #61
Wolverine Max #6
Ultimate Wolverine #3
THANOS RISING #4
JASON AARON (W)
SIMONE BIANCHI (A/C)
Variant COVER by Mike Deodato
Thanos kills a lot of people.32 PGS./Rated T+ …$3.99
My nerd life is now complete:
The brash in-ring persona of Chicago native Phil Brooks bills himself as “the best in the world” — a statement some of his co-workers such as John Cena or the intimidating Ryback may argue with —but he’s certainly everywhere in the world and in pop culture.
His WWE schedule has him traveling the world and appearing every Monday night on the USA Network’s Monday Night Raw show, but Punk released his first DVD CM Punk: Best in the World last week, he’s on the cover of the new WWE ’13 video game (out Oct. 30) and the champ is writing the intro for Marvel Comics’ Avengers vs. X-Men hardcover collection arriving Nov. 7.
that rascal, nick fury jr!
Venom, one of the best current anti-heroes in the comics business today, is moving to Philly!
Marvel Entertainment LLC says that Venom — a brute with big teeth and an elongated tongue who’s made a habit of sparring with Spider-Man — is leaving New York City to start fresh, and maybe learn to be a hero on the streets of Philadelphia.
Writer Cullen Bunn and Editor Tom Brennan, an alum of Philadelphia’s Drexel University, said it’s time Philly had a hero of its own, putting it in the same league as Los Angeles and New York, among other real-life cities that populate the fictional world of Marvel.