Everything Wolverine sells well (especially in a movie year) so this one is pretty much expected, right?
Wolverine Sells Out & Returns With New Printing: The List –
Marvel is pleased to announce that Dark Reign: The List – Wolverine has sold out at Diamond (though copies may still be available at retail level) and will return with Dark Reign: The List – Wolverine Second Printing Variant! Superstar writer Jason Aaron and red hot artist Esad Ribic bring readers a triple threat team-up when heroes Wolverine, Fantomex, and encounter the all-new Weapon XVI in the super-soldier producing World facility! Fighting mindless super-soldiers is one thing, but getting along for these three heroes is another matter entirely! Dark Reign: The List – Wolverine Second Printing Variant features the art of Mike Choi on an all new cover!
Dark Reign: The List – Wolverine has the critics raving!
“Jason Aaron’s finest Wolverine adventure to date…” – Jesse Schedeen, IGN.com
“While most know Ribic from his painted covers for Marvel, his interior work is extremely strong and just gorgeous. It communicates the fun and energy of the story, while adding to those elements considerably.” – Chad Nevett, ComicBookResources.com
“This comic is brilliant, funny, violent, and just about the most fun I’ve had reading a comic in months.” – Paul Brian McCoy, ComicsBulletin.com
Marvel urges retailers to check their orders on Dark Reign: The List as all issues in the series continue to sell out and draw mainstream media attention! It’s up to Wolverine and his vicious allies to take down a small army of super-soldier zombies before Norman Osborn can unlock the secrets of The World in Dark Reign: The List – Wolverine Second Printing Variant!
DARK REIGN: THE LIST– WOLVERINE SECOND PRINTING VARIANT (SEP098110)
Written by JASON AARON
Pencils by ESAD RIBIC
Cover by MIKE CHOI
Parental Advisory …$3.99
FOC – 11/12/09, On Sale – 12/02/09
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