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He’s the best there is at what he does, and today Wolverine kicks off an explosive new 13-part Infinite Comic series in Wolverine: Japan’s Most Wanted! Blockbuster creators Jason Aaron, Jason Latour and Paco Diaz send Wolverine back to the Far East with a giant target on his back. Marvel brought digital comics to the next-level in early 2012. and now ignited by the red-hot success of Infinite Comics and combined with the demand from fans and creators who saw a world of infinite potential in this new format, Wolverine: Japan’s Most Wanted is designed specifically for mobile devices and fully embraces the technological opportunities. This is first time Marvel has ever offered all-new weekly digital comics content—and Marvel is doing it in style! Perfect for new readers, but also set in current continuity to provide interest for long time readers, Wolverine: Japan’s Most Wanted tears through the new storytelling possibilities that make Infinite Comics so exciting. “Following the critical acclaim we had with Guardians Of The Galaxy and Ultimate Spider-Man, fans are primed to immerse themselves in comics like never before as we take advantage of the technical aspects of the digital reading experience and continue to bring them to the next level,” explained David Gabriel, SVP of Publishing, Print & Digital Sales. “By providing these comics on a weekly basis, we are furthering our commitment of bringing a new kind of digital reading experience to a wider audience than ever before.” Available right at your fingertips, Wolverine: Japan’s Most Wanted is available on the Marvel Comics app (for iPhone®, iPad®, iPod Touch® & AndroidTM devices) and online in the Marvel Digital Comics Shop!
Al Ewing’s mighty space opera, Damnation Station, nears its end with a special double-length episode in the new 2000 AD – out next Wednesday! And the first solo female writer on Judge Dredd, Emma Beeby, continues to reveal the continuing aftermath of The Day of Chaos on the young orphans scrabbling through the ruins of Mega-City One! Available worldwide day-and-date DRM-free digital through the 2000 AD webshop or the 2000 AD iPad app!
Shonda Rhimes knows how and when "Scandal" will end Jimmy Kimmel edits out a boy genius rejecting his gift of a Sony tablet Molly Shannon reunites with her "Superstar" director for a Fox mother-daughter comedy
"20/20's" Elizabeth Vargas checks into rehab for alcohol abuse "HIMYM" teases its rhyming episode "Duck Dynasty"-related merchandise will rake in $400 million this year
The story takes some gory turns and Sophie takes center stage
The annual event moves to ABC this year.
James Franco must find out who is good and who is evil before it’s too late
The winter premiere has finally arrived.