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MarvelReprintVariantWolverine

The Old Man Logan story line continues to cause Wolverine to sell out at the distributor level, and Marvel has announced #72 has repeated the pattern for a 10th time.  Because of this, Marvel is sending the issue back to print that features a variant cover using the interior art by Steve McNiven.

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MarvelReprintVariantWolverine

Marvel announced yesterday it is also sending Wolverine #71 back to press after selling out at the distributor level. The issue, written by Mark Millar will have a variant cover by Steve McNiven, and continues the “Old Man Logan” storyline. The $2.99 issue arrives April 22, 2009. via Marvel

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mark millarMarvelReprintVariantWolverine

Marvel has announced Wolverine #70, written by Mark Millar and Steve McNiven has sold out at the distributor level, prompting the company to go back to press.  For those interested in the Old Man Logan story, and didn’t get your issue the first time, the new printing will arrive February 18, 2009 for $2.99. via Marvel

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MarvelReprintVariantWolverine

The Old Man Logan story continues int he pages of Wolverine, and has done well enough to sell out multiple times.  Marvel has announced Wolverine #66 is heading back for a third printing, while Wolverine #67 will get a second printing treatment. Hawkeye may be blind but he’s still just as dangerous as he was 50 some odd years ago. Logan claims he’s broken and Clint is doing all he can to get him to pop the claws. What will it take to “un-break” his spirit? Curious to where the Spider-Buggy came from? Be sure to check out Wolverine #67

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MarvelMichael TurnerVariantWolverine

The future tale of Wolverine is about to kick off in the Marvel title, and for issue #66, written by Mark Millar and Steve McNiven, Michael Turner steps up to do a variant cover for the issue.

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Image ComicsImage Solicitation

If you ever wondered what happened to The Zodiac Killer or The Boston Strangler, Image Comics presents one interpretation of the serial killers in their golden years in Wayne Chinsang and Erik Rose’s The Roberts. “I admit, I’ve always had a morbid fascination with serial murderers,” said writer Wayne Chinsang, also known to the world by his real name, Justin Shady. “When Denis Rader (BTK) finally got caught in 2005 I remember thinking, ‘What if this guy had never been caught? What would he be like as an eighty-year-old man? Or as a grandfather? How long could someone like him

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