History ComicBook / OldManLogan

22nd Jun '17 1:21:11 PM MagiMecha
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** The third arc as well. [[spoiler:In his search for baby Banner, he makes it back to the time where his family is still alive and ends up facing down the Banner Gang. Instead of popping his claws and shredding them to bits, he finds out he ''can't''. He can't act like he does now and ultimately realizes he can't change the past.]]
22nd May '17 6:34:41 AM Madnessreaver
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** When he tried to go back to the Wastelands in order to save baby Banner Hulk, his mind jump from one era to another where his body is and when he finally got into his body in the Wastelands he find out that he is in the times before his family was killed and decided that he will never leave them again and destroy the magical item that keep his mind jumping from time to time. The previews for the next issues show him taking one the Hulk Gang in order to prevent history from repeating itself.
22nd Mar '17 10:55:30 PM Mr.Bubbles
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* DividedStatesOfAmerica: After the villains conquered the United States, they divided up the country between themselves. The west coast is Hulkland (formerly The Abomination's territory), the Kingdom of the Kingpin (formerly Domain of Magneto), Dr. Doom's Lair, and the President's Quarter ruled by Red Skull. There are also the [[FlyoverCountry unclaimed badlands]] and an unnamed territory around the Great Lakes.
13th Mar '17 5:09:35 PM MyLittleXero
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13th Mar '17 5:09:34 PM MyLittleXero
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* WolverinePublicity: Although initially averted, it's starting to come on in full-force under ''[[Comicbook/InhumansVsXMen ResurrXtion]]'': Logan will be appearing not only in his own solo series, but also ''X-Men: Gold'', ''Weapon X'', the ''Secret Empire'' crossover/event, and now a third, as-yet untitled X-Men team book.

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* WolverinePublicity: Although initially averted, it's starting to come on in full-force under ''[[Comicbook/InhumansVsXMen ResurrXtion]]'': Logan will be appearing not only in his own solo series, but also ''X-Men: Gold'', ''Weapon X'', the ''Secret Empire'' crossover/event, and now a third, as-yet untitled X-Men team book.
''Astonishing X-Men''.
7th Mar '17 6:01:09 AM Ambaryerno
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* WolverinePublicity: Although initially averted, it's starting to come on in full-force under ''[[Comicbook/InhumansVsXMen ResurrXtion]]'': Logan will be appearing not only in his own solo series, but also ''X-Men: Gold'', ''Weapon X'', the ''Secret Empire'' crossover/event, and now a third, as-yet untitled X-Men team book.
7th Mar '17 3:50:19 AM CL
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* UnholyMatrimony: Emma Frost is married to Doctor Doom. The Red Skull also mentions having a wife who keeps nagging him about wearing what's left of Captain America's uniform, probably because he appears not to have washed it once since the takeover.
4th Mar '17 5:22:06 AM Anicomicgeek
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* HopeSpot: Discussed and Invoked, separately. Discussed that, while crossing through South Dakota, Logan brings up that even after all these years, Reed and Sue Richards are still unnacounted for. While he admits that the information may be less than trustworthy [[note]]According to a third-hand account originating from the Shocker, Kang beat them up and tossed them into the time stream.[[/note]], Logan argues that, if this were true, there may be a chance they could come back and fix everything. Hawkeye dismisses it, pointing out it's a little late for this. Invoked in Hammer Falls, Nevada. [[spoiler:Thor's Hammer has become a sort of religious/tourist hotspot, a la Mecca. President Skull tolerates it only because of the revenue it produces to the economy. Hawkeye points out that the people crowding around pray to {{Mjolnir}} for the hope that the heroes might one day come back. For most of them, hope is all they have left.]]

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* HopeSpot: HopeSpot:
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Discussed and Invoked, separately. Discussed that, while crossing through South Dakota, Logan brings up that even after all these years, Reed and Sue Richards are still unnacounted for. While he admits that the information may be less than trustworthy [[note]]According to a third-hand account originating from the Shocker, Kang beat them up and tossed them into the time stream.[[/note]], Logan argues that, if this were true, there may be a chance they could come back and fix everything. Hawkeye dismisses it, pointing out it's a little late for this. Invoked in Hammer Falls, Nevada. [[spoiler:Thor's Hammer has become a sort of religious/tourist hotspot, a la Mecca. President Skull tolerates it only because of the revenue it produces to the economy. Hawkeye points out that the people crowding around pray to {{Mjolnir}} for the hope that the heroes might one day come back. For most of them, hope is all they have left.]]



* KilledOffForReal: Before the story starts nearly all of the heroes are dead, including all of the X-Men, as are several villains including the original Kingpin, Magneto (by the second Kingpin), the Abomination and Loki.
** In story, [[spoiler: Red Skull, the second Kingpin, Hawkeye, Bruce Banner, Logan's family, and most of the Hulk Gang]].
* LamarckWasRight: Played straight with the Hulk Gang, which is made up of Hulk's inbred offspring, but averted when it comes to mutants. Apparently, mutants in this continuity weren't the promised [[EvolutionaryLevels next stage in human evolution]], just a "brief genetic anomaly". Notably, Logan's children lack a HealingFactor.
* LegacyCharacter: Peter Parker's granddaughter, who becomes Spider-Girl [[spoiler: and the third Kingpin]]. Her allies Punisher and Daredevil are probably not the originals too.

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* KilledOffForReal: Before the story starts nearly all of the heroes are dead, including all of the X-Men, as are several villains including the original Kingpin, Magneto (by the second Kingpin), the Abomination and Loki.
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Loki. In story, [[spoiler: Red Skull, the second Kingpin, Hawkeye, Bruce Banner, Logan's family, and most of the Hulk Gang]].
* LamarckWasRight: Played straight with the Hulk Gang, which is made up of Hulk's inbred offspring, but averted when it comes to mutants. Apparently, mutants in this continuity weren't the promised [[EvolutionaryLevels next stage in human evolution]], just a "brief genetic anomaly". Notably, Logan's children lack a HealingFactor.
HealingFactor. Then again, this was written when the aftermath of ''ComicBook/HouseOfM'', and thus the depowering of the majority of mutants, was still a thing.
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Peter Parker's granddaughter, who becomes Spider-Girl [[spoiler: and the third Kingpin]]. Her allies Punisher and Daredevil are probably not the originals too.
28th Jan '17 4:15:44 PM MyLittleXero
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* BadassInDistress: Lady Deathstrike, in the Last Ronin arc.



* StatusQuoIsGod: Lady Deathstrike falls victim to this in issue 7. The last time she appeared in the books was in ''[[Comicbook/DeathOfWolverine The Logan Legacy]]'' and its spinoff, ''Comicbook/{{Wolverines}}''. In the former she made her peace with Logan, and even undertook a mission in his name to recover the Honor Blade of Clan Yashida after it was stolen by Yakuza. In the latter she entered into a relationship with Shogun, grew conflicted over the nature of her feelings for his two personalities, and began demonstrating actual complexity. However when she resurfaces in ''Old Man Logan'', all of that development was discarded and Deathstrike reverted to a vicious psychopath hunting Logan down merely because he ''existed''.
18th Dec '16 9:51:04 AM Agronac919
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* WolverinePublicity: Issue 2's cover depicts Old Man Logan fighting a version of Wolverine (almost all characters from ''Secret Wars (2015)'' are just versions of the original) who looks exactly like the mainstream incarnation. ''That'' Wolverine appears nowhere in the issue, nor does Logan meet any other Wolverine. So yes, it technically counts because the cover lies to us about the ''amount'' of Wolverines.

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* WolverinePublicity: Issue 2's cover depicts Old Man Logan fighting a version of Wolverine (almost all characters from ''Secret Wars (2015)'' are just versions of the original) who looks exactly like the mainstream Age of Apocalypse incarnation. ''That'' Wolverine appears nowhere in the issue, nor does Logan meet any other Wolverine. So yes, it technically counts because the cover lies to us about the ''amount'' of Wolverines.
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