Director James Mangold’s hugely anticipated Wolverine movie, Logan, is almost here! We’re anxious to watch Hugh Jackman’s performance as the brutal X-Man and the cinematic debut of X-23, but now you – yes, you – have the chance to see it EARLY in New York! There’s going to be a special red carpet screening of the film on February 24th (Friday), and we’ve joined forces with 20th Century Fox to give some very lucky X-Men fans the chance to attend this star-studded event! Want to get a seat? Read the easy rules below, bub.
The third Wolverine solo movie, Logan, is almost in theaters! There’s a lot of reasons to get excited – like the cinematic debut of X-23 and the R rating – and you can bet we’re pretty much counting down the days until we can watch Hugh Jackman unleash as the adamantium clawed X-Man. In the meantime, let’s prepare for the movie by reading some comics that Logan appears to be loosely inspired by, and other comics that just might one day serve as inspiration for an X-23 movie!
Find out who won our big DC Rebirth raffle, plus an interview with Charles Soule (Curse Words, Daredevil) and info on how to win a signed issue of Curse Words #1, an interview with All-New Wolverine artist Nik Virella, plus chats about Black Adam, Logan, and Power Rangers, and Top Picks!
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2016 has been a great year here at Midtown Comics. Not only was it full of exciting events – like an all-star Batman Day signing and a poster signing with the cast of X-Men: Apocalypse (watch the video below) – but it was also overflowing with legitimately great comics. Marvel unleashed some giant changes to classic characters and its universe; the DC Universe focused on revitalizing its iconic characters with DC Rebirth; Image, Valiant, and many other publishers continued to generate terrific titles. Let’s see why some of the Midtown Comics staff had an unforgettable time reading comics this year.