He has a kid, they're hunting for Romulus, and...Deadpool? Wolverine: Origins writer Daniel Way breaks down the series for us
Watchmen, Wolverine, Star Trek, Harry Potter, G.I. Joe?? Which of these 2009 movies are you most looking forward to?
Marvel has provided Newsarama with a first look at Ron Garney's cover to Wolverine: Weapon X #1, due in April
We've got your look at images from the upcoming Wolverine film starring Hugh Jackman
Marvel's X-Force keeps churning through the bodies, and we spoke with writer Chris Yost to get a handle on where things are going
Three X-Men sequels are scheduled, and then what? Variety looks at Fox's X-Men plan, and so does Newsarama
With the conclusion of Death of the Invisible Woman coming up this week, we spoke with Fantastic Four writer Mark Millar about the series and more
What th-? Why is Newsarama allowing Ethan Van Sciver to empty his head on the website? Seriously? We don't really know.
Jason Aaron takes on Wolverine in the four-issue Wolverine: Manifest Destiny. The first issue hit this week, and Brendan takes a look
Writer Marc Sumerak tells us about the upcoming First Class: Weapon X miniseries, as well as his What If: Fallen Son? one-shot with Ed McGuiness
The Ultimate Universe is about to come to something of an end. Lucas looks back to the beginning for clues
With the third trade out this week, Scalped writer Jason Aaron tells us why he's staying with the series, and why it means so much to him
Marvel has provided Newsarama with a preview of December's Wolverine: Flies to a Spider
The relationship between Wolverine and his son Daken takes center stage, and Lucas checks out the Mike Carey/Daniel Way written story
"Wolverine walks into a bar..." that's how Gregg Hurwitz started his pitch for Flies to a Spider. He tells us about the December-shipping on-shot
Lucas takes us back 26 years to 1982, to find out what exactly makes Wolverine cool.
The Best Shots Crew takes a look at comics from all over, & Meltzer's latest novel
Brandon takes a look at what's been rocking his Wednesdays for the past few weeks, and offers up a first look at new Zen artwork by Lee Ferguson