• October 19, 2020

Tags : Wolverine

Daily Nerd Brief October 6 2018

All the Nerdy News that is fit to know for Saturday! MOVIES Marvel commissions script for Dark Avengers TV Batman Animated Series boxed set comes out October 30 COMICS Darth Vader ending at issue #25 IDW celebrated 20 years in 2019 Star Trek will have TNG, DS9, Voyager, and Original Series crossover Wolverine The Long […]Read More

Video: Daily Nerd Brief September 20 2018

All the Nerdy News that is fit to know for Thursday! MOVIES Bruce Greenwood cast in “Doctor Sleep” Ryan Coogler will produce Space Jam 2 Aubrey Plaza cast in “Child’s Play” reboot TV Walking Dead planning movies and spin-offs COMICS Garfield gets a reality show in “Garfield: TV or not TV #1” “Cheryl Blossom” and […]Read More

Video: Daily Nerd Brief September 19 2018

All the Nerdy News that is fit to know for Wednesday. TV Disney Streaming Service will have Marvel superhero series Shawn Michaels to return to WWE Netflix developing Avatar: Last Airbender live action series Adam Driver to host Saturday Night Live COMICS Return of Wolverine on shelves today Professor X has a daughter She-Hulk and […]Read More

Video+Story: TNTM -Marvel Comics return of Wolverine

Marvel killed Wolverine back in 2014 in their “Death of Wolverine” series. He was supposedly sitting encased in Adamantium this whole time. We learn that Kitty Pryde phased through the metal and pulled Logan’s body out. The X-men decided it would be best to remove him and bury him in an undisclosed location so nefarious […]Read More

Video+Story – TNTM: Marvel Comics Hunt for Wolverine

Everyone knows nobody stays dead in comic books…except for Uncle Ben. Marvel ran Wolverine through the wringer recently. First he started losing his mutant healing powers, then he discovered they were making more Weapon X type mutants, lastly he died stopping the Weapon X program and ended up being encased in Adamantium. Kinda ironic to […]Read More

TNTM: Marvel Hulk and Wolverine Maquette by SideShow Unboxing

Two of Marvel’s most popular characters are the Incredible Hulk and Wolverine. Most avid comic book people know the first full appearance of Wolverine was in The Incredible Hulk #181 (Wolverine appeared as a shadowy figure on a hilltop at the end of #180). This highly detailed maquette (a fancy French word for scale model) […]Read More

Story in Many Pics: Heroes Join Forces With Operation Hope

Heroes from the pages of comic books, TV and the big screen gathered at Barnes and Noble at the Fountains Saturday Morning to support El Paso’s own Operation Hope. Our very own superhero – Photogman! (aka: Andres Acosta) was there to capture the event and brings your his view of the action in today’s ‘Story […]Read More

TNTM Laura Kinney X-23 is All New Wolverine

Jack and Troy from ZiaComics.com geek out about the All-New Wolverine. It’s not Logan using that name in Marvel Comics any more. It’s Laura Kinney (X-23), a clone made from his damaged DNA. X-23 took on the Wolverine mantle following the Secret Wars event. She has a new costume resembling Wolverine’s. X-23 is now the […]Read More

TNTM Old Man Logan discussion

Jack and Troy from ZiaComics.com geek out over “Wolverine: Old Man Logan”. Old Man Logan is an eight-issue story line from the Wolverine ongoing Marvel series by writer Mark Millar and artist Steve McNiven. It began in June 2008 and ran through Wolverine #66–72. It ended in Wolverine Giant-Size Old Man Logan in September 2009. […]Read More