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Wolverine #67 (Second Print Variant)

Wolverine, Hawkeye And The Spider-Buggy Roll On To New Printings!


I really like this storyline.  Yes we've seen these future stories before.  I don't know if it's because this is tied to Millar's Fantastic Four and 1985 issues also.  I can't remember the last time I've actually been excited or have looked forward to an issue of Wolverine.  Lately I've only really been enjoying his appearances in New Avengers (of all places).  There's also the fact that Hawkeye is in this story.  I can't get enough of him.  And who would've thought that we'd ever see the Spider-Buggy again?

Steve McNiven's art looks so sweet too.
 

The gas tank’s full in the faithful spider buggy and “Old Man” Logan’s journey across the lawless wasteland that was America continues! Due to overwhelming demand, Marvel is pleased to announce that it will be going back to print with the latest chapter of Mark Millar and Steve McNiven’s grand tale. Wolverine #67 Second Printing Variant will feature a new cover featuring the absolutely stunning interior art of Steve McNiven.  And just in case you missed out on the first chapter of this action packed story arc, Marvel is also pleased to announce that it is going back to print with Wolverine #66 Third Printing Variant with a black and white version of McNiven’s original wrap around cover!

Fans and critics agree that Wolverine is a red-hot, must read!

Timothy Callahan of Comicbookresources.com raves “McNiven and Vines are producing one of the best-looking mainstream comics today.”

Richard George of IGN.com says “…Millar knows how to hook a reader. He's a master of cliffhangers. And he also happens to have one of the best artists in the industry working with him. It's one thing to get the answer to a riddle. It's another to have it pretty and shiny.”

Hawkeye may be blind but he’s still just as dangerous as he was 50 some odd years ago. Logan claims he’s broken and Clint is doing all he can to get him to pop the claws. What will it take to “un-break” his spirit? Curious to where the Spider-Buggy came from? Be sure to check out Wolverine #67 Second Printing Variant for the all the answers!







 
WOLVERINE #67 SECOND PRINTING VARIANT (JUN088074)
Written by MARK MILLAR
Pencils & Cover by STEVE MCNIVEN
Parental Advisory …$2.99
FOC-- 8/21/08    ON SALE-- 9/10/08

Wolverine #66 (Third Print Variant)
WOLVERINE #66 THIRD PRINTING VARIANT (JUN088075)
Written by MARK MILLAR
Pencils & Cover by STEVE MCNIVEN
Parental Advisory …$2.99
FOC-- 8/21/08    ON SALE-- 9/10/08
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