I love Old Man Logan, and I love Lemire and Sorrentino’s collaborative efforts- I fell in love with them working on Green Arrow together, and I am glad to see they are back together on Old Man Logan. It is a gorgeous book, and now we are starting to see all the wibbly-wobbly timey-wimey stuff getting to Logan a bit more than it ever has before. Timelines have changed, and who knows what is really going to happen, and what just got wiped out in the aftermath of Secret Wars? I really like Kate being the Hawkeye that Logan ends up teaming up with, and his bit of an “off the deep end” moment, while terrifying, was nice to see that he obviously isn’t holding together as well as he is trying to convince himself he is. The artwork on this book is fantastic, the writing is stellar, and I love that we are still getting our opportunity to have Wolverine in the main continuity of the Marvel Universe, while the ACTUAL Logan who died during Death of Wolverine is still dead, like dead dead. Dead as a door nail dead. And I appreciate that. This book has done a lot in just three issues, but it is pretty necessary to go back and read Secret Wars’s Old Man Logan mini, and I would recommend going back further and reading Old Man Logan, the one from 2010 FIRST, because these books pretty completely spoil that story for you right off the bat. So go back to the beginning, and really drink in the whole story of Old Man Logan, because he is a really intriguing character, and the world he comes from is a really messed up one. This book is great, and Mark Millar created an amazing world for this character to call home, and Lemire and Sorrentino are carrying on that established character in quite high esteem. I love this book, and I cannt wait for more!