Berserker last edited by cbishop on 05/13/18 07:02PM View full history

Fifty years from now, Logan -- the man who no longer calls himself Wolverine -- will have endured many atrocities: The Marvel Universe's villains will have banded together and rid the world of its heroes. Logan's closest friend, Hawkeye, will have been murdered in cold blood right before his eyes. And driven mad by the same radiation that gave him his superhuman strength, Bruce Banner will have fathered a family of hillbilly Hulks...that eventually went on to slaughter Logan's wife and two children. But now, in the present, Old Man Logan wakes up to discover himself in a world before these atrocities, before the Wasteland. And he's going to seize this opportunity and change history to ensure that his future never comes to pass...

Note: This story arc (issues 1-4) is somewhat of a prelude to the Extraordinary X-Men series. The final scene of this story arc is the same as the ending of Extraordinary X-men issue 1.

List of covers and their creators:

CoverNameCreator(s)Sidebar Location
RegRegular CoverAndrea Sorrentino & Marcelo Maiolo1
VarAction Figure Variant CoverJohn Tyler Christopher4
VarMarvel Hip-Hop Variant CoverTim Bradstreet5
VarVariant CoverMike Deodato & Frank Martin Jr.6
VarDeadpool Meme Variant CoverMike McKone7
REFried Pie Exclusive Variant CoverJeff Lemire2
2ndSecond Printing CoverAndrea Sorrentino & Marcelo Maiolo3

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Is 'prevenge' a word? 0

i really love Mark Millar's Old Man Logan, I liked reading it, I like telling people about it, it's just amazing and completely unique. Brian Michael Bendis' run during Secret Wars 2015 was probably the highlight of tie-in issues for most readers. Now Jeff Lemire in his second title at Marvel is beautifully continuing the story. Logan has found himself in a new world after the events of Doom's battle world, and what does he do? Decide to go after the people who screw him over in an alternative f...

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Revenge in reverse 0

Originally published at The Hub City ReviewWhat’s the most egregious evil, the rancorous rot on the most sinful soul? Many say the worse villainy is born from the same stuff as the greatest heroism; men who are the protagonists of their own stories, who bear the deep conviction regarding the rightness of their actions. They are great men. Terrible, to be sure, but no less great for it. And yet any man who commits evil under the belief that he’s doing good – whether defined as r...

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