2 items from 2013
The first Wolverine: Origin book was weird. Set in the 19th century, Wolverine was given the name James Howlett and made to be a sickly young lad whose family were wealthy landowners. Through a series of bizarre events, James and his childhood best friend Rose run off together and struggle to survive in Canadian mining towns.
Through another sequence of bonkers events, James – or Logan as he’s now known – is left alone, goes a bit mad, and runs off into the Canadian forests to run with the wolves. The end! Weird maybe isn’t the best word to describe Origin – awful is better, or plain stupid. It was an origin story that didn’t make Wolverine more interesting as a character, nor did it tell a very interesting or original story, and in fact took away his mystique – there’s a reason why we never know Joker’s origins, »
- Noel Thorne
Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike, DJs at the world-renowned Tomorrowland festival, have been chosen as the Keepers of Creativity. Ranged against the Destructive forces of the Nameless One, they only have a year to come up with an event that will recharge the creative batteries of the whole universe – and with demons, monsters and the forces of Fate in the way, it’s going to be a tall order. These DJs no longer have to make just music – at this year’s festival, they need to make history!
Writer: Paul Jenkins
Artist: Alti Firmansyah, Beny Maulana of Stellar Labs
32pp Fc $3.99
Publisher: Titan Comics »
- Phil Wheat
2 items from 2013
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