Spoiler alert: Wolverine is dead. The most unkillable character in the Marvel superhero pantheon finally met his maker in this week's Death Of Wolverine #4 by murderers Charles Soule and Steve McNiven. The development -- which we are naturally very certain is permanent and shan't be reversed in a similarly bombastic fashion in approximately one year's time (or however time works in the Marvel Universe) -- brings to a close decades of Wolverine comics publishing that's seen the ceaselessly popular mutant go through twists and turns that would snap the neck of anyone whose bones weren't bonded with unbreakable metal.
Without divulging the details of his demise for those of you who've yet to read the story, the following is an utterly comprehensive, wholly accurate and otherwise unassailable digest of Wolverine's long history in comics, courtesy of cartoonist Chris Haley with colors by Jordan Gibson. Whether you’re new to Wolverine and curious to learn more about his ridiculous past or you’re a hardcore Marvel nerd looking to Um-Actually this feature into oblivion, you’ll be sure to enjoy this special tribute to he who is the best at what he does... er, did.
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With the still-can't-believe-they-actually-made-this-one Guardians of the Galaxy opening this weekend, it’s time again to break down the convoluted history of comics in the recurring feature we call Comics, Everybody! Courtesy of cartoonist Chris Haley of Let’s Be Friends Again and colorist Jordan Gibson, the subject of this edition has an uncommonly strong claim to the title of unlikely hero. Or at least, unlikely movie star. That's right, we're talking about Star-Lord, the Marvel Comics space hero created by Steve Englehart and Steve Gan.
Whether you’re new to Guardians and Star-Lord and curious to learn more about his ridiculous history or you’re a hardcore Marvel nerd looking to Um-Actually this feature into oblivion, you’ll be sure to enjoy this special tribute to the galaxy's newly famous nobody.
With X-Men: Days Of Future Past having just eclipsed some amazingly huge number of ticket sales around the world, it's time again to break down the convoluted history of comics in the recurring feature we call Comics, Everybody! Created by Eugene Ahn (aka Adam WarRock) and Chris Haley of Let's Be Friends Again and colorist Jessica Marrs, the subject of this edition is the always dapper mutant master of magnetism, Magneto.
Whether you’re new to Magneto and curious to learn more about his history or you’re a hardcore X-Men nerd looking to Um-Actually this feature into oblivion, you'll be sure to enjoy this special tribute to Marvel's mutant revolutionary.
Whether you're new to Spider-Man and interested to learn more about his history or you're a hardcore Spider-Fan looking to laugh at his tangled web of continuity, you can read on to smile spectacularly.
It's time again to break down the convoluted history of comics in the recurring segment we call Comics, Everybody! Written by Curt Franklin and drawn by Chris Haley of the webcomic Let's Be Friends Again, today's subject is one very near and dear to our hearts: us.
This week on the War Rocket Ajax, we're celebrating our 150th episode with a star-studded extravaganza! ComicsAlliance editor Andy Khouri and Let's Be Friends Again artist Chris Haley join us at the top of the show for a discussion of artist credits, and then our good friend Matt Fraction joins us to celebrate our anniversary with some listener questions.
That might sound like a normal episode, but believe me when I tell you folks: this is a weird o
Fred Van Lente is one of our favorite writers here at ComicsAlliance, so we were pretty excited when it was announced that he would be reporting for writing duty on an all-new G.I. Joe series for IDW -- and when it
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