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Newsarama – A Real-Life Joe Kubert Library To Open in New York – More of these please.

The Beat – A Year of Free Comics: Explore the creepy vignettes of The Other Side – Free comics!

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The Beat – Black Stars Above #1
Newsarama –
Contagion #1
Herts Advertiser –
Dead Man Logan Vol. 1
Talking Comics –
Ghost Rider #1
Talking Comics –
House of X #6
Herts Advertiser –
Marvel Platinum: The Definite Spider-Man Redux

Preview: Dead Man Logan #9 (of 12)

Dead Man Logan #9 (of 12)

(W) Ed Brisson (A) Mike Henderson (CA) Declan Shalvey
Parental Advisory
In Shops: Jul 03, 2019
SRP: $3.99

RETURN OF THE BEAST! Before he left the Wastelands, Old Man Logan slayed the feral, cannibalistic animal once called Victor Creed, better known as Sabretooth. Their centuries-long rivalry ended the only way it could: with a corpse. But nothing tends to stay dead out here except the ones you love…

Dead Man Logan #9 (of 12)

Review: Dead Man Logan Vol. 1 Sins of the Father

Old Man Logan is dying and before he goes he wants to make sure his nightmarish future doesn’t happen.

Dead Man Logan Vol. 1 Sins of the Father collects issues #1-6.

Story: Ed Brisson
Art: Mike Henderson
Color: Nolan Woodard
Letterer: Cory Petit

Get your copy in comic shops now and in book stores on June 25! To find a comic shop near you, visit www.comicshoplocator.com or call 1-888-comicbook or digitally and online with the links below.

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Preview: Dead Man Logan #5 (of 12)

Dead Man Logan #5 (of 12)

(W) Ed Brisson (A) Mike Henderson (CA) Declan Shalvey
Parental Advisory
In Shops: Mar 13, 2019
SRP: $3.99

FIVE FINGERS OF DEATH!
• Sin and Miss Sinister have Logan in their clutches, and they won’t be happy until his corpse is picked clean…
• Plus: The fate of Mysterio revealed!

Dead Man Logan #5 (of 12)

Review: Dead Man Logan #4

Dead Man Logan #4

Dead Man Logan is one of the more oddly exciting comics in Marvel’s roster right now. Especially for fans of the original Mark Millar and Steve McNiven story Old Man Logan that was first printed in Wolverine vol. 3 #66-72. It’s a story that is widely held as being a Wolverine Must Read, and so it was perhaps inevitable the character would return in some way. But after nearly 60 issues, and with Young Man Logan returning (in the aptly titled Return Of Wolverine) Old Man Logan is (probably) going to die (for a few years, at least).

With Dead Man Logan again focusing on Logan’s desire to make sure that what happened in his past wouldn’t occur again, we’ve already seen Old Man Logan almost single-handedly go through the Avengers (albeit under the illusion the Avenger’s were villains… which should remind you of something). In a fun and interesting play on the mirroring of the original tale, we’ve also seen Mysterio seem to flip sides; Ed Brisson is adding more layers to this series with every issue – not only does this comic carry a legitimate weight and gravitas to the story, but it’s also an incredibly fun read. There is a great balance between the somberness of Logan’s condition being explained and Hawkeye making coffee (it sounds simple, but just wait till you read that).

Mike Henderson and Nolan Woodard are a solid artistic combination, and their style is one that I’ve absolutely fallen in love with. The characters feel unique, their emotions are clearly (and often hilariously) displayed on their faces, which leads to some brilliant visual moments.

Dead Man Logan #4 is a great read, and while the series has an epic feel to its scope and potential, there are a lot of great nods and touches that leave the comic a very accessible feeling. It’s odd, really, that the two sides of the story blend so well, but I’m not going to complain. This is a solid comic, and one well worth picking up (it’s also one of the best Wolverine series I’ve read in a long time). I can’t wait to read the next issue.

Story: Ed Brisson Artist: Mike Henderson 
Color Artist: Nolan Woodard Letterer: VC’s Cory Petit
 Story: 8.9 Art: 9.5 Overall: 9.2 Recommendation: Buy

Marvel provided Graphic Policy with a FREE copy for review

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