Wolverine #2 and the last Saucer Country... for now!

In your comic shops today, and available digitally around teatime, are the second issue of my Wolverine run (with a big surprise at the end) and the last issue of this Vertigo volume of Saucer Country (with a big climax). You can see some preview pages from the latter here. And our wonderful artist Ryan Kelly is selling some original art from the series here.

I had been meaning to do a writer's commentary on every issue of Wolverine, but as it turns out, I just don't have the time, so I'll be restricting that to the first issue of every arc.  (So the next one will be #5.)  Things have recently gotten very interesting and high-pressure in terms of writing that title.  (In a very good way, creating much excitement for yours truly.)  Suffice it to say, if you're not onboard right now, you may want to catch up.  Major changes, major universe-shaking stuff, ahead.  And it's really making me work hard to make the most of such an opportunity.

Here's the variant cover for Wolverine #2, which is by Mike Deodato...


In other matters, someone was taking video at the launch of Solaris Rising 2 the other day, so here I am answering questions, with editor Ian Whates, and fellow contributors Martin Sketchley, James Lovegrove, Mercurio D. Rivera and Adrian Tchaikovsky...



And my friend the ornithologist Sharon Stitler has a new book out soon, 1001 Secrets Every Birder Should Know (introduction by Bill Oddie!), for which she has prepared this very silly trailer, in which appear me and Tom!

Okay, back to the comics writing I go!  Until next time, Cheerio!



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