"Old Man Logan" continues to sell out, "Wolverine" #70 second printing announced

Tue, January 20th, 2009 at 10:11am PST

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CBR News Team, Editor

Official Press Release

Wolverine #70, continuing “Old Man Logan” by the best-selling team of Mark Millar and Steve McNiven, has sold out at Diamond (though copies may be available at the retail level). To meet the demand for this crucual issue of "Old Man Logan," Marvel is going back to press with Wolverine #70 Second Printing Variant! Every issue of “Old Man Logan” has sold out as the creative team behind Civil War continues to tell one of the greatest Wolverine ever told, according to critics:

“All-in-all, this issue is a must read. The story and the art will keep you moving through this comic in anticipation of what's to come. Go to your local comic shop and buy this issue. You won't regret it.”—Alex Rodriquez, ComicsBulletin.Com

“This issue is the goods and may be the best in the entire arc so far. I can’t recommend this enough, whether you’ve followed this arc or not, I think you will find something to like about this one.”— Brandon Borzelli, ComicList.Com

“Mark Millar is awfully good at showing us awesome things we didn’t even know we wanted to see until we saw it”—Benjamin Birdie, ComicBookResources.Com

This is one issue of Wolverine you don’t want to miss as the horrible event that led Logan to give up being Wolverine is revealed. Complete with one of the most brutal and intense action scenes in comics today, Wolverine #70 Second Printing Variant is a must-read!

WOLVERINE #70 SECOND PRINTING VARIANT (NOV088143)
Written by MARK MILLAR
Pencils & Cover by STEVE MCNIVEN
Parental Advisory …$2.99
FOC—1/29/09, On-Sale—2/18/09

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