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In which Old Man Logan is probably better than it deserves to be; Steve McNiven is magical; the post-apocalyptic future probably belongs to the LARPers; Miles’s dad may or may not secretly be Hawkeye; all babies are supervillains; every movie should have a dinosaur chase scene; Emma Frost is our queen forever; and you should never trust a Hitler cosplayer.
Wolverine: Lord of the Vampires
Wolverine vol. 3 #66-72
Giant-Size Wolverine: Old Man Logan
The Hooded Man
“Old Man Logan” vs. Old Man Logan
The difference between Logan and Wolverine
The Hulk Gang
Old Man Hawkeye
Several generations of supervillains
How the world fell under darkness
President Red Skull
Some very cathartic violence
Narrative functions of the rampage
NEXT EPISODE: Live from Emerald City Comic Con, with Dennis Hopeless & Charles Soule!
The fine folks at Syfy Wire asked us to make a video to tell the Internet about the comics that the Logan movie is based on, and so we did! For our thoughts on Old Man Logan, X-23, Charles Xavier’s road buddy qualifications, and Donald Pierce’s amazing fuchsia cape:
In which we sit down with one of our favorite writers to talk about his upcoming series; the X-teens take to the road; Season One is kind of Friday Night Lights; good relationships make good stories; and we are really excited for All-New X-Men.
Genesis (Evan Sabahnur)
Secret origins of X-Men: Season One
All-New X-Men, vol. 2
How to write Jean Grey
Building a team
Why Quentin Quire isn’t in All-New X-Men
All-New in the larger X-line, and the X-line in the larger Marvel Universe
Cable & X-Force
What makes Cable tick
Colossus and Domino
The narrative case for solid relationships
Character evolution across multiple creative teams
Vegas Valley Comic Book Fest
NEXT WEEK: The New Mutants meet Bird Boy, with mixed results.
There’s no visual companion this week, but you can find a list of links mentioned in this episode on our blog!