The Wolverine – the sequel to X-Men Origins: Wolverine – the one set in Japan, is set to arrive in theaters on July 26, 2013, and the full trailer has finally arrived full of sniktity goodness.
As is hinted at in the upcoming Wolverine movie, Logan just wants to be an average ordinary guy. While we won’t know the fate of the Hugh Jackman character for a while yet, Marvel is getting into the powering down of Wolverine in August with “Killable” by Paul Cornell and Alan Davis.
When you live for an eternity, the one thing anyone can offer Wolverine is mortality. The Japanese trailer for The Wolverine is here, and features a lot of Snikt! Snikt! action.
Directors have an avenue to directly communicate with fans like they never have before and a few are taking full advantage of it. We have seen directors post casting announcements and set pictures to Twitter over the last few months, but James Mangold may be the first to show footage on the new socialmedia app Vine.
More images from the set of The Wolverine have shown up, and we’ve got those for you after the jump.
Diamond Select Toys has released the first round of images for toys based on the upcoming The Wolverine movie from Marvel.
Get ready for a weekly comics experience featuring the most popular super heroes by the most talented creators, in an innovative format that will leave you demanding more! Announced yesterday at the Marvel House of Ideas panel during SXSW, beginning Tuesday July 9th Marvel will release a new Infinite Comic every week for an entire year spotlighting four of Marvel’s biggest characters in a 13-chapter series. Designed specifically for mobile devices and fully embracing the technological opportunities, Infinite Comics are the first to treat these devices as a new canvas, creating comics designed for a new generation of users. Not only will these new Infinite Comics will feature some of the most popular heroes in comics today but they’ll also boast some of the best creative talent in the industry!
As expected, Marvel has announced a new weekly comic book series that is part of the Marvel Comics Infinite Comics initiative launched last year. And as we guessed, Wolverine takes front and center.
No, Marvel isn’t buying the parody publication from DC Comics, but this image of Wolverine, does make us recall our prediction about The Age of Wolverine…
Marvel has released a sneak peek of Wolverine and the X-Men #27 by Jason Aaron and Ramon Perez, that you can check out, after the jump.