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With the debuts of Winter Soldier: The Bitter March, Rick Remender and Roland Boschi, and the relaunched Wolverine, by Paul Cornell and Ryan Stegman, quickly approaching, Marvel has supplied ROBOT 6 with exclusive new looks at pages from both comics.
The preview begins with a color splash page from Wolverine #1, previously released in black and white, and concludes with an action-packed (and snowy) two-page spread from Winter Soldier: The Bitter March #1, which kicks off the five-issue miniseries set during the 1960s.
Both comics arrive in February. See the full pages and solicitation text below.
While much of the comics industry is caught in that bubble between Christmas and New Year’s Eve, Marvel Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso is busy tweeting sneak peeks at art from a handful of titles, including the debut issue of Moon Knight by Warren Ellis and Declan Shalvey.
Among the other offerings are pages from All-New Ghost Rider #2 by Felipe Smith and Tradd Moore, Winter Soldier: The Bitter March #1 by Rick Remender and Roland Boschi, and All-New Invaders #2 by James Robinson and Steve Pugh. Check them out below.
Who knew Wolverine MAX would be so bloody? Oh, sure, a Wolverine title in Marvel’s MAX line was bound to have a body count, but after just one issue, the series has already claimed a victim: one of its artists.
Following the release last week of Wolverine MAX #1, one of its two artists Connor Willumsen announced on his blog he won’t be drawing any future issues, citing ” a disrespect of agreement” by the publisher. He went on to say that he asked Marvel to remove his name from the book entirely but was unsuccessful.