REVIEW: "DC Universe: Rebirth" #1 Makes the Future of DC Comics Look Genuinely Bright
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James Tynion IV opens up about making his Marvel debut with "Amazing X-Men" #13 and discusses putting Mystique in the spotlight.
CBR spoke with Marguerite Bennett about cybernetic assassin Lady Deathstrike confronting life without her archenemy following "Death of Wolverine."
Charles Soule answers your questions about Wolverine and the ragtag ruffians assembled in the pages of "The Logan Legacy."
Writers Charles Soule and Ray Fawkes discuss their exploration of the reshaped Marvel Universe without Logan in the weekly "Wolverines."
Charles Soule is the next guest for X-Position, and CBR wants your questions for the "Death of Wolverine" scribe.
Charles Soule & Oliver Nome investigate the void left left behind by the death of an X-Man in Marvel's "Death of Wolverine: The Logan Legacy" #1.
Brian Michael Bendis, Gerry Duggan, Greg Pak, Charles Soule, and more X-creators met with fans to talk about Wolverine's fall and what follows once he's gone.
Tim Seeley tells CBR about "Death of Wolverine: The Logan Legacy" #2, which brings Wolverine's female clone, X-23, to his home country of Canada.
Wolverine’s surrogate daughter grapples with his death in Marvel's "Death of Wolverine: The Logan Legacy" #2 by Tim Seeley & Ariela Kristantina.
Charles Soule and Oliver Nome explore X-23 and Daken's reactions to the death of Wolverine in this preview for "The Logan Legacy" #1
"Death of Wolverine" scribe Charles Soule discusses developing the big story for the iconic X-Man, and what to expect from its aftermath.
Editors Mike Marts and Katie Kubert explain how each issue of "The Logan Legacy" explores Wolverine's death and sets the stage for the future.
Axel Alonso talks "The Logan Legacy" and "Bucky Barnes: The Winter Soldier," and comments on the debate surrounding "#FireRickRemender."
The "Death of Wolverine" fallout will stretch until at least December, with a miniseries set to examine the event's effect on multiple characters.