Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment has announced the May 23rd release of Logan on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, and DVD that not only includes the theatrical release of the film, but the black and white version as well.
On Friday, another dream of mine was announced as coming true! Marvel (and if it’s successful, other companies will follow suit) is going to start advertising in movie theaters as well as on TV, as seen in this news item here at MajorSpoilers.com! I mean, I know so many fans who have been longing for this to take place! It really came into focus with a lot of us with the first Iron Man film from Marvel Studios. Why not point out you can buy comics about this character at the same time?
We review the third Wolverine film entitled LOGAN and then breakdown and talk about the Mark Millar story that inspired it: OLD MAN LOGAN.
Many of the teaser images released from 20th Century Fox ahead of this morning’s Logan trailer were in black and white to prep us for the stark future of the X-Men. After watching the trailer, I think the film should get a black and white release, and I have 25 images to prove it.
Marvel’s Digital Comics Unlimited service just got a tad more interesting with the release ofÂ theÂ exclusive three-issue mini-series Wolverine vs. Thor. From veteran Wolverine scribe Frank Tieri and fan favorite artist Paco Diaz, begins a three part epic in which Logan confronts by an army of his greatest foesâ€”all at the same time! How can Wolvie possibly survive? And will Thor join the fray as friend or foe? Those who are already subscribed to the service, can check the issue out right here. via Marvel
Kotobukiya announced anotherÂ San Diego Comic-Con exclusive in the form of X-Force: Wolverine Fine Art Bust. Posed as though daring an enemy to make the first move, Wolverine turns to the side with his right arm raised up and the left pointed down.Â His claws, 2 1/3 inches long and made of real metal, are extended on both hands.Â As part of The Kotobukiya Collection of Fine Art Busts, Wolverine stands 9 inches tall, and is constructed of cold cast porcelain.Â Â Logan is sculpted by master artist Junnosuke Abe and rests atop a specialized base decorated by a relief sculpture