Logan takes place somewhere in the future, though things look pretty similar to modern times, politically and socially. Logan now goes by James Howlett, and he's no longer a member of the X-Men -- he's a limousine chauffeur who transports millenial bridal parties and businessmen around by night. During the day, he hides out in an undisclosed location somewhere in Mexico with Caliban (Stephen Merchant) and Professor Charles Xavier (Patrick Stewart), whose mental health has been on a steep decline.
Herb Trimpe, the artist who drew Wolverine's cameo in The Incredible Hulke #180, thought the page was missing. He forgot he'd given it away. The owner contacted Heritage Auctions to put the page up for sale and to benefit the Hero Initiative at a May auction. Judging by the photograph, the original page looks clean... Continue Reading →
While the other X-Men books under Brian Michael Bendis' control have followed squads of X-Men building on a firm foundation, it's the one book written by Brian Wood that details the problems of a team beginning to form. With relationships frayed over the events that came to pass last issue, Storm designates herself as leader,... Continue Reading →