Wolverine: Old Man Logan

Wolverine: Old Man Logan is a graphic novel comics written by Mark Millar and is a collection of stories from 2003-2009. It centers around Logan, later on in his years that come out of his quiet life to heed a friend's call for help and be a superhero once again.


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Mark Millar

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    Anonymous
    May 13, 2017
    "This is an idea that has already been done and explored in the recent Logan movie. My interest is piqued because of my love for the character, however, I have already moved on with his brilliant departure and am ready for the next generation in x-men."
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    Anonymous
    April 25, 2018
    "Wolverine is one of my favorite X-Men and this comic is just incredible. The story, the art, the entire style is just different to your typical comic books. It feels alive and vibrant, while also having a maturity to it that kept me entertained."
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    Anonymous
    March 25, 2019
    "This aged Logan is still a badass! This alternative version of Wolverine is just so fun to read and the time jump is actually really refreshing letting the villains win for a time 😉"
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    Anonymous
    March 6, 2017
    "This book seems like it would be moderately entertaining. It seems a bit different than a traditional Wolverine comic because of the story having him in late stages of life."
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    Anonymous
    February 12, 2017
    "It's great to see Wolverine in a whole new light. This is a brand new take of Logan later in life. The dark, detailed art work really brings him to life."
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    Anonymous
    January 13, 2019
    "Mark Millar at his very best. It exsplores what drives Wolverine and shows a just fascinating worst case scenario."
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