Some minor spoilers perhaps, though it was kind of featured in a few of the trailers.
Logan, out now in case you somehow didn’t know, features an in-universe, X-Men comic that the characters pass around and refer to occasionally.
The art was created by Joe Quesada and Dan Panosian, with the former sharing on Facebook today a look at the uncolored pages before they were work on by the latter, who not just added color but effects to make the comic look more like a dated, newsprint style comic book.
So here for your viewing pleasure of those pages, and the commentary from Quesada below. Enjoy!
I finally got to see Logan this weekend and it’s truly an amazing film with perhaps some of the finest overall cast performances ever in a Super Hero movie. Hugh Jackman couldn’t have said goodbye to the Wolverine in a more powerful and poignant manner and James Mangold simply knocked it clean out of the park. I’m so honored and flattered to have been asked to be a small part of this movie and thrilled for everyone involved that it’s being received so well.
For those that asked, here are the digital pencils I contributed to the movie. These were taken by the magnificently talented, though slightly annoying,Dan Panosian who inked, colored and effected them to look like a classic X-Men comic from the 90’s.
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