Thanks to the fallout of Secret Wars, Old Man Logan has found himself living in the reborn Marvel U. As originally envisioned by Mark Millar and Steve McNiven, Old Man Logan was a much older Wolverine who inhabited a world in which the supervillains reigned supreme. Old Man Logan was even tricked into murdering his fellow X-Men, which led him to retreat from the heroics that once defined him.
Now, Old Man Logan is getting a second chance to make things right. The destiny of this new world may not match the future that he comes from, but Old Man Logan has a shot at making sure that his timeline never happens…no matter who he has to take down! He may not be at his peak, but Old Man Logan is still the best there is at what he does…and what he does isn’t very nice!
Writer Jeff Lemire and artist Andrea Sorrentino are the creative team of the new Old Man Logan ongoing series from Marvel. The first few pages from Old Man Logan #1 have been released, and you can see them in our gallery below. Marvel has also sent out the various Old Man Logan covers, including Sorrentino’s primary cover, Mike Deodato’s variant cover, Mike McKone’s Deadpool month variant, Tim Bradstreet’s hip-hop variant, and the action figure variant by John Tyler Christopher. All of the covers are also in our gallery.
Old Man Logan #1 will be released on January 27, 2016.
Image Credits: Marvel Comics