Russian comics enter the international market
Bubble comics began their foreign expansion with the market leader - the Internet portal ComiXology Today, the first international series of Russian Bubble comics from the Meteor line went on…

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About Wolverine Hugh Jackman
Only one actor played Wolverine in the films, and, recalling the popular X-Men film franchise, we represent precisely his face and figure. Simply put, Wolverine is Hugh Jackman. Wolverine, born…

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LORAN GALMO: WAYS OF PUBLISHING COMICS
Everyone was looking forward to this meeting in the Sakharov Center. In France, today is one of the most coherent systems for publishing comics. Rarely is there an opportunity to…

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About Wolverine Hugh Jackman

Only one actor played Wolverine in the films, and, recalling the popular X-Men film franchise, we represent precisely his face and figure. Simply put, Wolverine is Hugh Jackman. Wolverine, born under the name of James Howlett and later known as Logan, is a mutant anti-hero with powerful regenerative abilities and deadly retractable claws in his knuckles. Thanks to the famous yellow costume and impressive Wolverine muscles, he stood apart from his first appearance in 1974 in the Incredible Hulk issue. And for forty years, he has been regularly portrayed as part of the X-Men, the Avengers team, and the lesser-known Canadian Alpha unit. Hugh Jackman, by the way, the winner of the Tony and Emmy awards, the star of the stage and screen, he is often called “the most pleasant guy in Hollywood.” This is not the title that is associated with a character known for his tough approach, and yet Jackman played this role for seventeen years. Unfortunately, after “Logan” the Australian star threw its claws and fled to the circus, however, fans still hope that one day he will return. However, Wolverine Jackman was not a perfect copy of the comic book hero. In fact, there are a lot of differences between them. Jackman has been associated with the character for so long that many backstage stories have sprung up. We have screened out uninteresting ones and present the best list of little-known facts that Wolverine fans Hugh Jackman should know. 20. Hugh Jackman was not the first choice for the role of Wolverine (and the second too …) It is difficult to imagine someone other than Hugh Jackman in the role of Wolverine – but one day this will happen anyway – but he could not get the role in X-Men by Brian Singer. Even worse, he was not even offered the role until Russell Crowe, abandoning it, advised him. It is logical that Crowe recommended an Australian actor for this role, but Jackman was not Singer’s second choice. After work began on the film, for three weeks it was believed that Wolverine would be played by Dugrey Scott. But he left the project when filming the sequel “Mission Impossible” didn’t meet the schedule so much that he couldn’t star in X-Men. It was then that approved Jackman and the story began. 19. He chose a successor. Having forever parted with his claws, Jackman not only repeated that he would not return to this role, but also proposed a replacement. In an interview with MTV News, he said that Tom Hardy should inherit the character. Jackman is not the only one who thinks so. Bookmakers’ bets on Hardy becoming the new Wolverine are 3/1. However, it seems that the recent success of Venom will make Hardy retire. Now that Disney bought Fox, probably hoping to get the X-Men in the MCU, they are unlikely to want Hardy to play in both of their hottest projects. Wolverine, on the other hand, became Venom long before Eddie Brock. 18. Jackman was the longest superhero (but the record was short) Today Hugh Jackman holds the world record for the number of main roles in films about the same superhero. On the account of Christopher Reeve, maybe there are four films about Superman, but the Wolverine era has ten full-length films. From X-Men and X-Men: The Beginning. Wolverine ”to“ Logan ”. However, on the heels of Jackman comes Robert Downey Jr. – the performer of the role of Tony Stark, aka Iron Man. Last year, Avengers: Infinity War equalized Jackman’s record. But thanks to the cameo in The Incredible Hulk and Spider-Man: Homecoming, after Avengers: Final, Downey Jr. will forever take Jackman’s crown. 17. Jackman plunged into himself to become a Wolverine. The man who is called the “most enjoyable in Hollywood” was not easy to breathe life into an antihero. Jackman admitted that it took him a while to search for a character. The main problem for the actor was that his character experienced a huge amount of complex emotions, but rarely spoke. However, in the process of searching for Wolverine, Jackman realized that he could draw inspiration from his own life experience. The actor’s mother left the family when he was only eight years old. This aroused anger, loneliness and deep fear in him. By combining these feelings, he was able to empathize with Wolverine’s imaginary mental trauma. 16. His wife did not want him to become Wolverine. Actress and producer Deborra-Lee Furness married Jackman in 1996. And when three years later he was offered the role of Wolverine, she advised him to refuse. Furness read three pages of the script for the first X-Men by David Heiter. She called the project “ridiculous,” and the idea itself was simply awful. However, when Wolverine Jackman became one of the most commercially successful characters, Furness admitted her mistake. Moreover, in 2013, Jackman admitted that he uses the Wolverine costume in the conjugal bedroom in a very private way. Her answer? Claws are best used in the kitchen for cutting salad.

Interview with Philip Pullman: “I have always loved comics, and now I am writing one of them”
Philip Pulman tells Nicolette Jones about his new graphic novel, which takes place on the high seas, and why he is going to endow the nation with his ponytail. In…

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The term “graphic novel” did a good job. We don’t need him anymore
Hey Glen, did you hear? Last March, March: Book Three by Rep. John Lewis, Andrew Aydin and Nate Powell, written by Congressman John Lewis, co-authored with Andrew Aidin, is the…

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When were superheroes gloomy and harsh?
The conditional periodization of American comic books about superheroes implies decline. The formation years of the genre, 1938-1945, are called the Golden Age. Then - after a ten-year hiatus, when…

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When were superheroes gloomy and harsh?
The conditional periodization of American comic books about superheroes implies decline. The formation years of the genre, 1938-1945, are called the Golden Age. Then - after a ten-year hiatus, when…

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